South Dakota State continues on their rampage in Arizona, offering two more student-athletes this evening.
Glendale Mountain Ridge RB Treshawn Favors confirmed that the Jackrabbits offered him today, his first offer.
Favors (5-10 180) comments, "Their coaches said that I am high on their prospect list. I have the skill set that they have been looking for to be added to their offense. They are very interested in keeping in contact with me and having me come to see them when the time is offered. I was very excited about being offered. I have been working very hard and have always wanted to play football in college and move on to the next level. I have to stay focused and work hard; school first and then football."
Favors rushed for 411 yards and 1 TD last year.
SDSU also became the first school to offer Buckeye High linebacker DeAndre Miller.
Miller states, "They said they have a scholarship for me and they love the way I play linebacker. They think I will be good for their team. I was pretty shocked and excited. My dream of playing in college is coming true."
Miller (6-2 220) made 134 tackles, 3 sacks and 1 INT as a junior.
Scout.com has learned that wide receiver Devon Allen from Phoenix (Az.) Brophy has received a new scholarship offer, bringing him to 18 overall.
Allen's father says, "Oklahoma offered Devon tonight."
His junior film can be seen here:
Allen (6-1 185) also has offers from Arkansas, Ohio State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon State, Arizona, Washington, Purdue, Arizona State, Colorado State, Duke, Utah and Stanford.
Allen caught 44 passes for 844 yards and 14 TDs as a junior.
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