Andrew Chrabascz: 2013 Forward Verbally Commits to Butler
Andrew Chrabascz brought his recruitment to an end on Saturday morning, verbally pledging to Butler and head coach Brad Stevens.
Chrabascz, a native of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, was currently visiting the Indianapolis-based campus, when he made his decision.
The 6-foot-8 power forward has been targeted by many throughout his recruitment, putting together a slew of mid-major offers, including many from the New England-area.
However, Chrabascz will head west to Indiana to play collegiate basketball, becoming the second commitment for the Bulldogs from the class of 2013. Nolan Berry committed to Butler last September.
Chrabascz currently attends Cushing Academy (MA), and with his senior year approaching, a collegiate decision is now out of the way.
Prior to the forward’s decision, Chrabascz also claimed offers from Delaware, Creighton, Canisius, Davidson, UMass, Vermont, and St. Bonaventure.
Chrabascz had been considering a number of Atlantic-10 schools, intriguingly enough as Butler will be making the switch this upcoming season, departing the Horizon League to the A-10.
The forward has run with BABC on the AAU circuit over the past few years.
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