Nebraska basektball received some good news Tuesday morning. Eduardo Andre, a 3-star center from Chandler (Arizona) Compass Prep, has committed to Fred Hoiberg and the Huskers for the 2020 recruiting class.
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— Eduardo Andre (@EastLDNAndre) May 12, 2020
Andre, a lefty who stands at 6-foot-10 and 220 pounds, chose Nebraska over offers from Illinois, Maryland, Auburn, Texas A&M, Mississippi State, Boston College and more.
Andre didn’t start playing organized basketball until he was 14 or 15. He spent his first three seasons of high school at Dallas (Texas) Woodrow Wilson High School before transferring to Compass in Arizona for his senior year.
Andre fills Nebraska’s one remaining scholarship for 2020. He’s Fred Hoiberg’s first high school commit in the class, joining junior college transfers Teddy Allen and Lat Mayen, grad transfer Kobe Webster and transfers Kobe King and Trey McGowens.