Andreas Schreiber Update

<b>Andreas Schreiber</b>, a skilled 2006 Swedish transplant power forward in Los Angeles, has interest from Pac-10, Big 10 and Ivy League programs...

Andreas Schreiber, 6-8 JR PF Los Angeles (Calif.) Brentwood, is a prospect who has the potential to be recruited at the high major level. Having moved to the U.S. from Sweden last summer, he's still adjusting to the American style of play. He's got the size, and skill level, to potentially become one of the top forwards in the west. However, he'll need to show coaches in the spring and summer that he can play a more physical game, as well as improve his defense and rebounding.

We spoke with Schreiber last night and asked him if any coaches have called him yet.

"Not yet," said Schreiber. "My coach told me that Princeton, Stanford, Wisconsin and Oregon have all been calling and said they would be calling me."

Schreiber said he's still fairly early in the process and doesn't see himself making a decision anytime soon.

"Probably not until after the summer," said Schreiber.

A potential trip north to Stanford for a visit in the spring was a possibility, but Schreiber said that plan has been pushed back.

"I may go up with a friend in June," said Schreiber. "We would go see Stanford and maybe a couple other schools."

Schreiber recently took the SAT, but said he plans on taking the test again.

"I took it ice cold, but a lot of my friends took it after studying with a tutor," said Schreiber. "I'm going to get a tutor either this month or next month and then take the test again in May or June."

Schreiber will be playing with Pump N Run in the spring and he said he's excited about playing with the team. "I'm going to be able to play outside and our coach emphasizes a lot of cutting to the basket," said Schreiber. "We had our first practice the other day and I'm looking forward to playing with this team."

Schreiber told us he averaged around 11 points and 10 rebounds a game this season.

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