"I have visited some great schools, but I wasn't ready to commit," stated Guillandeaux. "I figured I would wait until the late signing period and more schools would get involved with me. It looks like I was right."
Scout.com ranks Guillandeaux as a three-star prospect. He is originally from the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, NY. Ruben is currently averaging 15 points and 5 rebounds per game. He has visited USC, Seton Hall and La Salle.
"Coach Slice (Associate Head Basketball Coach Barry Rohrssen) called my house and we talked about Pitt and the Big East. The Panthers have been one of the top teams in the Big East. They are still getting better and they have a young team. I would be very interested in them if they offer me a scholarship."
When asked about his strengths, he quickly replied, "Schools are starting to recruit me as a point guard. I'm 6-foot-6 inches tall and I handle the ball very well. People tell me I have great court vision. I'm long and run the floor well. My shooting is improving as well. I can put points on the board."
"I'm interested in Pitt. Hopefully I can visit there and see what the school and program is like."
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