"I know that we have a good team and if we do what the coaches ask us to do we'll be just fine."
The Colts, who Yandall plays left tackle for, finished the regular season 8-2 and have won six games in a row.
"I have a mean streak, but I need to make sure I keep the same aggressiveness the whole game," Yandall said of his skills. "I also need to get stronger."
The Carson standout reported personal best marks of 245 lbs in the power clean, 315 lbs. benching and 385 lbs. squatting.
UCLA was the first school to offer Yandall back in June when he attended the Bruins' camp. "Washington and Arizona offered me too," Yandall stated. "I'm planning to visit UCLA and Arizona, not sure about Washington.
"I'm considering Stanford and Cal too, but they haven't offered me. If it doesn't happen, it doesn't happen."
The lineman is being recruited by ASU's wide receivers coach Eric Yarber. "He's a real cool guy ever since I met him in the spring," Yandall said. "They (ASU) offered me a few weeks ago. I want to major in Business and I know that they have a very good Business school. I always hear about the football program and they're also one of the best teams in the Pac-10."
If the Colts were to lose in the first round of the playoffs, Yandall could be attending the ASU-UCLA game in the Rose Bowl this week, and visiting Tempe as early as next week.
"If we win tomorrow we'll have practice on Saturday," Yandall explained, "because then our next game would be on Wednesday because of Thanksgiving."
Yandall noted that aside from academics, he was looking for a school he feels comfortable in. "I want to make sure that it's a good environment for me," he said.