Basketball Recruiting

Five-star sophomore Dylan Andrews talks recruitment, new offers

July 10, 2020
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Dylan Andrews is being heavily considered as one of the top-rated guards in the entire class of 2022. Currently ranked as the No. 15 overall player in 247Sports' in-house rankings, Andrews is highly-touted and college coaches are already making a major push at the five-star guard out of Windward School in Los Angeles, CA.

Andrews has a unique skill set, one in which college coaches think that under their development can produce a future NBA all-star out of Andrews. "My game is a mix between Kyrie Irving and Chris Paul. I can get downhill, can pull-up in traffic and finish at the rim but I also understand the value of a pick and roll or setting someone else up," Andrews said.

Several coaches have been able to connect with him due to the fact that the contact period began on June 15th which gave college coaches the ability to now speak with 2022 prospects.

On the first night, Andrews heard from Arizona, Kansas, Texas, Vanderbilt, North Carolina, LSU, Cal-Berkeley, just to name a few. He landed offers from Kansas and Cal when the contact period was open and then days later Louisville and Arizona State entered the mix by extending scholarship offers.

Andrews broke down some of the programs heavily involved with him:

UCLA and Arizona State: "Coach Mick Cronin from UCLA and Coach Hurley from Arizona State have spent time watching me and understand that I’m a guard that can make plays. I have a great feel for the game and they have environments that can grow that."

Arizona: "Arizona's Sean Miller has seen me play and gave me pointers on playing down-hill in a set offense, his ability to let guards be free in the half-court is great. They really thrive in that hyped environment that was a great feeling when I visited."

Kansas: "They love my ability to run a team and play defense. They've already offered me and they have stayed in contact since."

Louisville: "Louisville's head coach Chris Mack really gave me a good impression in what he’s looking for in a Guard. He loves my toughness because the ACC is a tough place to compete."

 

 
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