``He wanted to stay close to home," St. Patrick's assistant Ray Miller said. "It came down to him being comfortable – and he was comfortable with the staff and the situation at La Salle."
Guillandeaux is long, versatile guard averaging 13 points, 4 assists and 4 rebounds per game this season. His length and ability to handle the ball at his size made him attractive to plenty of high-major schools.
``I thought he was going to wait, but he really liked the staff and wanted to get it over with," Miller added. "La Salle was his first official visit. He got a little tired of all the attention. It became more of a distraction than an attraction."