Pac-12 school leads for Andoh

2012 Berkeley (Calif.) St.Mary's forward David Andoh is breaking in a new position and claiming a favorite school. He talks both with

During spring AAU tournaments, 6-foot-7, 200-pound Berkeley (Calif.) St.Mary's 2012 forward David Andoh played primarily inside.

However, at the Pangos All-American Camp, Andoh showed more of a perimeter game, handling the ball in transition and stepping out to hit several midrange jumpers.

Andoh's increased confidence in his step out game is the result of hard work in the area, he says.

"I've definitely been working on that this off-season; my pull-up jumper and getting to the rim," Andoh said. "I like the wing a lot more. Shooting and pulling up."

This will be a big July for Andoh in terms of college attention, although he already holds a few scholarship offers.

"I have offers from Penn, Colorado and Santa Clara," he said. "I'm being recruited by Washington State, Utah, USC and Arizona."

At this juncture, there is a clear leader for Andoh.

"Colorado, definitely," he said. "Utah just lost its coaching staff so I'm going through the process with them right now. I like Washington State a lot too but Colorado is definitely at the top.

"I like the style of play. Coach (Tad) Boyle is a great guy and Tom Abatemarco, I love him. We click and they just lost Alec Burks to the draft so I feel like I could come in in two years and really contribute."

Andoh said that he plans on visiting Colorado either this summer or early into the fall. However, he's in no rush to get the process over with.

"I probably won't make a decision until November," Andoh said.

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