``He took the one visit and canceled the other three," St. Benedict's coach Dan Hurley said.
Galindo has a terrific feel for the game, is versatile and his talent even got a solid look from Arizona after a strong showing at the ABCD Camp in July.
``He'll be a Rookie of the Year in that league and will start all four years," added Hurley. "He'll have a great career there. This may be a better fit for Alex and I think he handled the process well."
Galindo averaged 15 points and seven rebounds per game after coming to the United States from Puerto Rico. One of the key reasons why Galindo chose UTEP is because of his relationship with assistant coach Sergio Rocco, a former assistant at Florida International.