UL Athletic Director David Walker announced today in a press release that Robert Lee and Errol…
Cajuns Get First Verbal
As a senior, Andrews averaged 15.5 points per game as St. Thomas Aquinas advanced to the Class 2A state semifinals at the Top 28 Tournament in the Cajun Dome. The 6-3 Andrews helped the STA Falcons win back-to-back 2A state titles in 2007 and 2008.
Coach Eldon Pipes, one of the top AAU Coaches in Louisiana described Raymone Andrews as, "probably one of the smartest point guards in the 2009 class. He has great natural instincts and he knows how to play the game. Raymone is very athletic and has great point guard instincts, but needs to become a better ball handler and improve his parameter shooting."
Andrews is expected to sign a letter of intent in the next few days to make his signing official, was unavailable for comment today. Raymone had offers from UL and Southeastern, and also received interest from Tulane and Northwestern St.
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