Untitled Document
Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale

Username Post: New Commit        (Topic#23351)
Posts: 3948

Reg: 11-21-04
10-08-19 03:08 PM - Post#288389    

Andrew Laczkowski 6’6” wing from the St Marks School in Dallas

penn nation 
Posts: 13155

Reg: 12-02-04
Re: New Commit
10-08-19 04:40 PM - Post#288390    
    In response to AsiaSunset

Another sports related alumnus from said school:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_Silverma n

  • AsiaSunset Said:
Andrew Laczkowski 6’6” wing from the St Marks School in Dallas

Masters Student
Posts: 928

Reg: 11-29-04
10-09-19 07:12 PM - Post#288414    
    In response to penn nation

Can't tell much from his video on Youtube. Smooth midrange spin moves and shooting. One dunk and one three pointer. No video of defense or rebounding. Hope he has a great hoops career at Penn!

Posts: 3948

Reg: 11-21-04
10-09-19 08:04 PM - Post#288417    
    In response to Penndemonium

There is actually a lot of video online. Of course highlights tend to show the shots that go in. He is a Betley type wing ( not saying he’ll be as good as Ryan). He’s long and can shoot. He’ll need to add some muscle and develop a left hand.

Mike Porter 
Posts: 2723
Mike Porter
Loc: Los Angeles, CA
Reg: 11-21-04
10-10-19 03:38 AM - Post#288428    
    In response to AsiaSunset

Looks like Rivals has him as a 3 star prospect for whatever that’s worth with some solid offers like San Diego and Saint Louis (with a mix of lower mid majors beyond that).

Posts: 4219

Age: 56
Reg: 07-07-09
10-10-19 08:14 AM - Post#288429    
    In response to Mike Porter

Based on the online videos (and yes, there's a lot) he looks like a good fit for Donahue's system on the offensive end. The videos I've seen so far don't show what he's capable of on the defensive end but it's typically hard to gauge that from highlight reels. It's better to gauge from full game videos.

I'm not sure where he'd fit on defense end. It's not clear that he's quick enough to guard the better wings in our league and he may be slightly undersized for the front court. (Yes, I know that our defensive does a lot of switching but at the end of the day you need to be able to guard someone in a on-on-one matchup). The positive spin on this is that he seems to be a tweener, which is the type of player that tends to be overlooked.

Like Mike, I'm encouraged by competing offers. I've also built up a trust in Donahue's recruiting - he and his staff have been very disciplined in bringing in good fits.

Icon Legend Permissions Topic Options
Report Post

Quote Post

Quick Reply

Print Topic

Email Topic


Copyright © 2004-2012 Basketball U. Terms of Use for our Site and Privacy Policy are applicable to you. All rights reserved.
Basketball U. and its subsidiaries are not affiliated in any way with any NCAA athletic conference or member institution.
FusionBB™ Version 2.1 | ©2003-2007 InteractivePHP, Inc.
Execution time: 2.537 seconds.   Total Queries: 24   Zlib Compression is on.
All times are (GMT -0500) Eastern. Current time is 07:25 PM