Kansas lands four-star wing

All along, Kansas head coach Bill Self and his staff were looking for a wing capable of stretching defenses from the class of 2012.
Friday afternoon, they got a guy they had targeted since the summer.
6-foot-6 wing Andrew White from the Miller School in Charlottesville, Va., announced his decision to attend Kansas on Richmond's NC affiliate, WWBT.
"I have decided to attend the University of Kansas to play college basketball," said White. "I think it was a huge opportunity to play there and I have a good relationship with their staff. Coach Dooley, Bill Self, they've been good to me."
Ranked No. 56 nationally in the 2012 Rivals150, the four-star wing burst onto the scene over the summer.
A tremendous shooter from deep, White is more than a one-trick pony. He has a college ready frame, is a fine athlete, can create some off the dribble and has an excellent all-around game.
"I like the spacing of how they run the offense," said White of why he picked Kansas. "They have multiple guards that have a lot of versatility and that's a skill I would like to perfect.
"They break people down off the dribble. They put a lot of shots up, they throw the alley-oop, they get out in transition and they get a lot of support."
White joins a recruiting class that includes five-star four man Perry Ellis, ranked three-star big man Zach Peters and three-star guard Anrio Adams,