Howard University Men’s Basketball Announces Two More Signings
Howard University has signed Glenn Andrews and James Lee to scholarships for next season. Both Andrews and Lee will be eligible in January 2012.
Andrews is a 6-2, 195-pound native of Alexandria, VA. He transferred from Tulsa where he was a two-year letterwinner. In 2007-08, Andrews played in 39 games and started four. He averaged almost eight points and two rebounds per game. Known for his instant offense, Andrews tallied a career-high 24 points during that season against SMU.
During the 2008-09 season, he played in 36 games and started 12, averaging 7.1 points and 2.7 rebounds per game. Andrews red-shirted in the 2009-10 season.
"We are excited about Glenn and what he brings to the Howard University men's basketball program," said Howard Coach Kevin Nickelberry, in his first season. "In addition to his talents and basketball skills, he has been a part of a winning program at Tulsa." Tulsa had back-to-back 25-win season while Andrews was there.
Lee is 6-3, 190-pound guard from Hampton, VA who transferred from Coastal Carolina. He played in nine games during the 2009-10 season, scored 19 points, grabbed 4 rebounds and recorded four steals. The Chanticleers won 28 games during Lee's freshman season.
During his senior season at Bethel High School in Hampton, VA, Lee was a McDonald's All-American nominee in 2008 and was named all conference after leading his team to Virginia state runners up in 2007-08.
"He was also a part of a winning program and he has a great upside," said Nickelberry. "We are very excited about the both of them and what they bring to the Howard University men's basketball program."
Nickelberry has also signed Simuel Frazier, a highly touted point guard from Maury High School in Norfolk, VA for next season.