"He is only going to the NBA though if he is a guaranteed first round pick. If he cannot get that guarantee he will go to college. He is not interested in being a second round pick."
been a lot of rumors that even if Blatche wanted to go
to college he could not because he doesn't have the
"That is not true, Andray is academically
qualified. When he first got here his grades were not
good, but since he has been here he has done
everything we have asked him to do."
When I asked
Coach Chillious if there are any colleges that were
still recruiting him he responded by saying, "There
are not any schools actively recruiting him now but a
bunch have said if Andray ever decides to go to
college he has a scholarship waiting for him." Coach
Chillious would not say what schools but they are all
big name schools. Coach Chillious went on to say that
Andray's future would not be known for another couple
months as he has till May 14 to declare for the NBA
Andray Blatche is a 6-foot-11, 240-pound Power
Forward/Center that averaged 27.5 points, 16 rebounds,
and 6 blocks for the South Kent School this past
season. He led his team to the New England Prep School
finals. Blatche is originally from Syracuse, NY where
he starred at Henninger High School. Was considering
Syracuse and West Virginia before he decided he wanted
to try to go to the NBA. Many NBA draft experts
consider him a borderline first round draft pick.
Blatche leaning toward NBA
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