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 6â€™8 forward Justin Butler, who will come to TU after a year at a Virginia prep school, and 6â€™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.