David Andoh already has two important offers but the Berkeley (Calif.) St. Mary's small forward is aching to play well in his junior season and, more importantly, next summer so he can continue getting recruited by top teams across the country.
"Next summer is huge for me," Andoh said.
"The last two summers weren't that great. My freshman year I had summer school and last year I had some ups and downs with injuries so going into next summer is huge for my recruiting. I have to prove myself to a lot of schools."
Colorado and Santa Clara have already offered Andoh, a 6-foot-6, 180-pound prospect who said he's highly interested in both programs.
He has known Santa Clara coach Kerry Keating and that program for a while. The Buffaloes recently got involved but he's learning about them, too. Andoh has already taken unofficial visits to Cal and Santa Clara.
"Location-wise, I've seen a lot of pictures and I like it," Andoh said of Colorado. "It could be a place for me. I like their style of play, that they get up and down and they've been working on speeding up their program. That's definitely an option. I'm excited that they're recruiting me.
"Kerry Keating is a cool guy. When I lived in San Jose, that school was right in my backyard. I was always at Santa Clara on campus playing with the guys. I liked it over there. They're up and down and that's how I like to play so that's definitely an option, too."
Although he wasn't pleased with his summer performance, Andoh still has two offers and is hearing from a bunch of other programs. He said Utah, Washington State, Arizona, Cal Poly and St. Mary's are all involved as well.