Nevada QB Looking to Pull Trigger Soon

Andrew Hatch, a quarterback prospect from Nevada, is torn between two trophy cases. On one hand is a case containing awards of an athletic nature, like the Doak Walker and the Heisman; on the other hand is a case holding honors of the academic variety, like a list of Rhodes Scholar alumni and the Nobel Prize. Hatch tells TBS that the time is fast approaching for him to make his choice.

Andrew Hatch, the 6'2 200lbs, QB from Cimarron High School, in Las Vegas, confirmed tonight to TBS, that BYU's scholarship offer is still on the table.

"I've talked with Coach Mendenhall, since he was named the new coach, and he told me they still have a scholarship for me," Hatch said. "Then today Coach Tidwell came to my school and visited with me. He told me that they still want me, and would like for me to decide in the next week."

Right now Hatch said his final three schools are Cornell, Princeton, and BYU. All three schools have offered. Stanford, wanted Hatch too, but said they wanted him to walk on, because they don't have any more scholarships this year for QB's.

"I will probably make my decision in the next week." Hatch said. "BYU said they would like to know so they can decide if they need to recruit other QB's." "There's a lot going into this decision, because I want to go to a school with good academics, that will help me in my future." Hatch said. "Another thing that I'm waiting on is the admissions to see if I get accepted to Princeton and Cornell, academically, because since they are in the Ivy League, I have to meet higher standards."

On the season Hatch, threw for over 1600 yards, tossed 19 touchdowns, and rushed for 4 more. He said he was clocked with a 4.75 forty yard dash and a 25 inch vertical leap.

TBS, will contact him again in the next few weeks to find out about his final choice.

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