With UCLA commit Drew Gordon out indefinitely after breaking his foot last Friday, #6 ranked team in the country Archbishop Mitty needed senior power forward Enoch Andoh (unranked, Scout and Rivals) to have a big game in order for them to have any chance at beating Holy Cross. The future Bucknell big man went out and did exactly that, scoring 21 points and carrying his team to victory through sheer grit and determination.
Andoh is an undersized power forward, standing somewhere between 6-7 and 6-8, with long arms and good frame, but not a great deal of athleticism. He lacks quickness and explosiveness, but makes up for that with a terrific feel for the game.
Andoh gets most of his production in the paint, where he has a very versatile post game. He likes to use jump-hooks with either hand, and is extremely smart at feeling out his man with his body and creating space for himself to operate with all kinds of crafty spin moves. When double-teams collapsed on him, he didnt seem to have a problem finding the open man. He has excellent hands and a soft touch around the rim, but sometimes struggles finishing in traffic due to his lack of size and leaping ability. He also made his presence felt on the offensive glass, showing nice timing and aggressiveness attacking the rim.
Defensively, Andoh wasnt really challenged too much here by Holy Cross, but it wasnt hard to tell that his potential is limited here due to his average physical tools.
All in all, it seems like Bucknell got themselves a very nice post player for their level of play in Enoch Andoh. He should have a very productive college career.