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Q&A with 2020 Andrew Laczkowski of YGC36

By Andre' Powe, 05/31/19, 3:30AM EDT

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2020 Andrew Laczkowski discusses his recruitment and More.

The 2020 wing Andrew Laczkowski of YGC36 has been playing very well so far on the Adidas shoe circuit. He has great size for the position and can shoot it from behind the arc. Today I was able to ask the talented player a couple of questions and these were some of his responses.

Q: How would you describe your game?

A: I would describe my game as something similar to like Kyle Korver or Joe Ingles, players that run the floor well, shoot it at a high clip, willing to defend, and will is anything on the court to win. “My whole mentality is to help make my team win, and the way I feel I do that is through playing my hardest and giving myself to the team at all times. “For me, it’s all about shooting and working hard.”

Q: What are some of the things you need to improve on as a basketball player?

A: “Some things I need to work on are my ball handling, defense, and elevating my basketball IQ. As a taller guard, it is essential for me to be able to handle the ball in the open floor and make the right decisions, something that doesn’t come as naturally to me as it should. “For the defensive portion, it is all about my lateral quickness and learning to trust my first instinct when in the moment.”

Q: Who are some of the schools that have offered or are showing interest?

A: “Currently, I hold offers from San Diego, Troy, Central Michigan, and Air Force. “I’ve gained interest from schools such as Stanford, Yale, Princeton, Tulsa, American, Bucknell, Seattle, and a few others.”

Q: What individual or team goals do you want to attain by the end of this summer?

A: “Individually, I just want to make sure I play every game with my best effort and show the type of player I am in every moment. “My chances to show myself are quickly fading as we head into our last summer of AAU basketball. “I don’t want to have any regrets about what I have done. As a team, we feel like we have the ability and chemistry to do some very big things in July. “Our goal is to win Adidas and prove to the nation that, through our defensive mindset and selfless play, we can exceed the expectations some had for us. “At the end of the day, YGC is going to fight for one another, and we believe that will help us reach our full potential.”

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The 2020 wing Andrew Laczkowski of YGC36 has been playing very well so far on the Adidas shoe circuit. He has great size for the position and can shoot it from behind the arc. Today I was able to ask the talented player a couple of questions and these were some of his responses.

Q: How would you describe your game

A: I would describe my game as something similar to like Kyle Korver or Joe Ingles, players that run the floor well, shoot it at a high clip, willing to defend, and will is anything on the court to win. “My whole mentality is to help make my team win, and the way I feel I do that is through playing my hardest and giving myself to the team at all times. “For me, it’s all about shooting and working hard.”

Q: What are some of the things you need to improve on as a basketball player

A: “Some things I need to work on are my ball handling, defense, and elevating my basketball IQ. As a taller guard, it is essential for me to be able to handle the ball in the open floor and make the right decisions, something that doesn’t come as naturally to me as it should. “For the defensive portion, it is all about my lateral quickness and learning to trust my first instinct when in the moment.”

Q: Who are some of the schools that have offered or are showing interest.

A: “Currently, I hold offers from San Diego, Troy, Central Michigan, and Air Force. “I’ve gained interest from schools such as Stanford, Yale, Princeton, Tulsa, American, Bucknell, Seattle, and a few others.”

Q: What individual or team goals do you want to attain by the end of this summer

A: “Individually, I just want to make sure I play every game with my best effort and show the type of player I am in every moment. “My chances to show myself are quickly fading as we head into our last summer of AAU basketball. “I don’t want to have any regrets about what I have done. As a team, we feel like we have the ability and chemistry to do some very big things in July. “Our goal is to win Adidas and prove to the nation that, through our defensive mindset and selfless play, we can exceed the expectations some had for us. “At the end of the day, YGC is going to fight for one another, and we believe that will help us reach our full potential.”

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