2022 6’1 Walker Andrews from Virginia Episcopal high school enjoyed his last two events, one of which was the Phenom Challenge in Rock Hill.  Averaging over 21 points per game in each, he certainly grabbed the attention of college coaches with his play and eventually earned his first two offers.

This past season for VES, Andrews showcased his ability to score, especially with his jumper.  He was second on the team in scoring (10.9ppg) and knocked down 62 3-pointers.

He continued that play into this summer, where we got a chance to watch him at the Phenom Challenge.  At the event, he averaged over 21 points per game and displayed that he is a knockdown shooter and a playmaker on the floor.  He also is an athletic guard with bounce to his game to go along with his perimeter shooting; not to mention he is also a solid defender as well.

His play the last two weeks though were just enough to earn offers from Duquesne and NJIT, his first two.

“They said they enjoyed watching me these past two weekends on the live stream,” he told Phenom Hoops.  “They said they liked what they were seeing.  They like how I was a good scorer and shooter.  And that they like how I am a true combo guard and I look for others as well.”

With the offers fresh on the table for Andrews, he mentioned early that both are great programs at making players better, as well as both being great academic schools.

Andrews also mentioned schools like Bucknell, Delaware, Youngstown State and several other mid-major (and a few high-majors) are showing interest his way.

What was said by Phenom Hoops:

“2022 6’0 Walker Andrews (VA Premier 17u): Andrews displayed that he can be a consistent knockdown shooter.  Spotting up around the perimeter and finding his shot in rhythm, he did it time and time again.  He also showed a nice one-dribble mid-range jumper on occasions.  Just has a smooth, confident release as a shooter.” – Patrick O’Brien at Phenom Challenge