Tulsa Signs High School Guard From Virginia


Wednesday, April 11th 2007, 7:40 pm
By: News On 6


TULSA, Okla. (AP) A high school senior signs a letter of intent with Tulsa on the first day of college basketball's spring signing period.

Six-foot-3 guard Glenn Andrews averaged 18 points to help TC Williams High School to the Virginia state quarterfinals last season. He shot 45% from the field for a team that held the #1 state ranking much of the season and finished 25-4.

TU coach Doug Wojcik says Andrews is an exceptional shooter who will fit in nicely with the returning team.

Williams joins 6’8 forward Justin Butler, who will come to TU after a year at a Virginia prep school, and 6’9 forward Steven Idlet in Wojcik's third recruiting class.

The Golden Hurricane lose seniors Charles Ramsdell and Darold Crow and redshirt freshman Sean Coleman, who decided to transfer, after going 20-11 last season.