The 6-foot-6, 180-pound St. Patrick's (N.J.) rising senior guard, who has good court vision and ballhandling skills for a player his size, dominated the other point guards at the team camp and piqued the interest of the Florida coaching staff.
Guillandeaux, who averaged 12 points and six assists per game as a sophomore playing alongside Corey Fisher in the backcourt, was born in Brooklyn – and was slated to attend Lincoln High.
However, he opted to play for Kevin Boyle at St. Pat's instead.
``Going away from school at a young age was tough, but I stay with family in New Jersey so it's not too bad," Guillandeaux said. "Coach Boyle is a great coach and I'm also getting a great education."
Guillandeaux, who turns 17 today, said his leaders went from St. Bonaventure, St. Francis and Siena to Florida, Washington State and Rhode Island after his showing at the team camp. He also mentioned Boston College, South Florida, Providence, Rutgers, Seton Hall and LaSalle as other schools currently in the mix.
Guillandeaux said that if there is a leader right now, it would probably be WSU.
``I have a nice relationship with their head coach," Guillandeaux said.