SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Former Nebraska guard Andrew White III is currently visiting Syracuse, according to his snapchat.
White, 6-foot-7, averaged 16.6 points and 5.9 rebounds per game last season.
He started his collegiate career at Kansas, where he played two season for Bill Self. After two seasons of averaging under seven minutes per game, White decided to transfer to Nebraska. In his lone season at NU, White excelled. He started all 34 games for the Cornhuskers last season and was named All-Big Ten Honorable Mention.
He has decided to transfer for his fifth year where he will be eligible immediately.
He's a very good outside shooter, averaging just over 41 percent last season. He's also scouted as a shoot-first guard, only registering 0.6 assists per game last season. His size creates constant mismatches for defenders, and would be a major asset at the top of the 2-3 zone.
Andrew would become a legitimate option to lead the Orange in scoring next season. He would ultimately replace Malachi Richardson's offense with his ability to shoot and score in bunches.
Louisville has also been in touch with White.
Syracuse currently has three open scholarships for the 2016-17 season.