California Standout Talks About UM

This standout from California currently has his college list narrowed to four. He talks about Miami and where they fit in with the other schools he is considering.

At 6-foot-4 1/2 and 275 pounds, Mission Viejo, Calif. standout Drew Radovich is widely considered one of the top offensive line prospects on the West Coast.

A large part of that is due to his size, something Radovich didn't have much of when he started high school.

"I was about 6-1 and 170," Radovich said laughing. "That was the first time I started playing football. I was playing left tackle and defensive end. Then my sophomore year I was about 6-2 and 220. Then my junior year I played at 6-4 and 260."

Radovich, who doesn't play any other sports, is a full academic qualifier (2.9/960).

"I think I have 14 or 15 offers now," he said. "I've pretty much narrowed things down to four. They are Colorado, Washington, USC, and UCLA. I also like Nebraska and Miami, but Nebraska is a little too far from home while I haven't heard from Miami over the last couple months. I liked them and they were recruiting me in the spring but I haven't heard anything from them over the last two or three months so I guess they stopped recruiting me."

Radovich, whose father played college ball at Arizona State, said he's gearing up for a big senior year.

"I gave up one sack late in the year as a junior," he said. "I'm trying to go the entire season without giving one up this year. And of course not to get injured will also be important."

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