The Clippers have added their eighth player to their roster for the Orlando Summer League, where Andrew Andrews will join Brice Johnson, Branden Dawson, David Michineau, Diamond Stone, TaShawn Thomas, Wes Washpun, and Alex Hamilton.
Undrafted Washington guard Andrew Andrews, the PAC-12's leading scorer last season, will go to summer league with the Clippers.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) June 26, 2016
Andrews just went undrafted after his senior year at the University of Washington, where he played alongside first-round picks Marquese Chriss and Dejounte Murray. Last year, he averaged 20.9 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 4.9 assists per game while shooting over 40% from three but just 38.8% from inside the arc. He measured pretty small at Portsmouth, 6'0.5" barefoot and 6'2" in shoes, which projects as point-guard-only height.
The Clippers have added a bunch of guards at this point, with Michineau, Washpun, Hamilton, and now Andrews all at 6'4" or under. Dawson is a combo forward while Johnson, Stone, and Thomas are all big men. I'd expect the Clippers to only add 1 or 2 more guards and 1 or 2 more bigs, but we'll see what sort of wing prospects they can bring in.
The Orlando Sumer League starts on July 2nd. You can find the Clippers' full schedule here.