Interest for Andre and now first offer

2014 receiver Zaire Andre was in San Antonio to participate in the Army National Combine. The Inglewood (Calif.) product spoke with FOX Sports NEXT about his recruitment.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — If Inglewood (Calif.) receiver Zaire Andre learned anything at the Army National Combine in San Antonio it is that he wants to stay on the West Coast in college.

"It's too cold!" Andre told FOX Sports NEXT while standing in 40-degree weather outside the Alamodome.

The 2014 recruit is hearing from Oklahoma, Illinois Colorado, UCLA, Oregon State, Arizona State, and Arizona.

"None of them are really offering right now," he explained. "They are all on me pretty tough."

But not as tough as Houston, the first program to officially offer the 6-foot 170-pound prospect.

Andre says he likes school "a lot" and wants to play for a program that has a good team and will send him off with a good degree.

As for the dream school? Well, it once was UCLA but then Reggie Bush came along at USC and Andre has been hooked on the Cardinal and Gold ever since.

Andre says he wants to work on getting stronger in the offseason, "that's what I'm lacking right now," he said.

What he's not lacking is his versatility on the field, "I'm a good route runner," he said. "I'm a combo guy on special teams, a punt returner and kick returner too."

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