The 6-2 ½, 175-pound explosive scorer, who is averaging 18 points and 6 assists per game this season, put up 28 points in a 86-62 victory against Garfield High on Saturday in the Group AAA quarterfinals.
Welsh also had six steals in the game as Woodside ran its record to 28-2 and is looking to defend its Group AAA state championship.
Welsh has played primarily shooting guard this season alongside William & Mary-bound floor leader Calvin Baker.
``Calvin's running the show," Welsh said. "I'll probably play some point this summer."
``Schools are recruiting me to play combo guard," he added. "It doesn't really matter to me which I play. I just want to contribute wherever I can."
Welsh said that he's been offered by Virginia Tech, Virginia, Ohio State, Xavier, Maryland, Clemson and N.C. State. He said that Illinois, Georgetown, Boston College, Arkansas and Miami are also interested.
``I like Xavier a lot," Welsh admitted. "They've been my favorite all season."