Back in January, 2020 point guard Andrew Shull announced his commitment to Wingate University but he announced on Wednesday that he would be re-opening his recruitment back up.

“After some recent thought and conversation with my family and friends, I have decided that I will be de-committing from Wingate University.  It’s a tough decision but I feel like it’s the best situation from me.  So, with that being said, I will be opening my recruitment back up.”

Shull has been part of a winning culture at Chapmanville high school, being a true leader on the floor and one that has a great feel for the game, can be a scoring threat from all levels and is simply a winner.

With his recruitment back open, Shull is looking to make an impact early for a program.

“I’m really wanting to be able to come in and play at a young age,” he told Phenom Hoops.  “I don’t want to have to go somewhere and sit out for a while.  I think I can provide an all-around point guard that scores at a high rate and sees the floor well.  Also, I think I’m the kind of guy that just does what it takes to win.  I think I provide an on the court leader that knows how to win games.”

Once Shull announced his decision, he said schools started to follow him but programs like Coker and Bluefield reached out.  Right now though, he is taking it all in and hopes to visit some schools if possible down the road.

The senior point guard should be a target for several schools.  He has proven himself over the years as a winner and is coming off a 22-2 season at Chapmanville. 

Check out what Phenom Hoops have said in the past watching Shull:

“The point guard prospect is simply the heart and soul of this squad, operating as the primary decision-maker and consistently steady two-way presence with unwavering confidence. Shull was battling through injuries during the event, but bystanders wouldn’t be able to tell. He led by example, through communication, and did a phenomenal job of setting the floor for his teammates. Shull knows how to rise to the occasion whenever his team is in dire need, able to defend stiffer than opponents would think while creating for himself and others with relative ease. Shull navigates well off the dribble, able to get going from distance or find his patented midrange pull-up at any time. He makes the extra pass and rebounds well for his size. Shull has no real weaknesses on either side of the ball and deserves to see an uptick in his recruitment sooner than later, as he’s simply a guy that scholarship-level programs will need to win games for the next four years.” – Jeff Bendel from Phenom Hoops Country Roads in 2019

“Shull put in one of the performances of the day, as he was certainly feeling it.  One couldn’t get his pull-up jumper out of their mind, as he was able to create space and knock down shot after shot.  Shull plays with a fantastic IQ and a winner… he stepped up in big moments and the spotlight wasn’t too big for him at all.” – Patrick O’Brien from Country Roads in 2019