RB Has 4 Offers; Likes UM

This talented running back prospect had an excellent start to his season and has been getting lots of recruiting calls this month. Read on to find out what he thinks of the Hurricanes and what a current player, a close friend of his, has been saying.

At 5-foot-7 and 180 pounds, Concord (Calif.) De La Salle standout running back got off to an excellent start this season and then injured his ankle.

"I had 131 yards and a touchdown in our first game then 125 yards and two touchdowns in our second game," Drew said. "I didn't play last week because I hurt my ankle and I wanted to rest on it. I'll probably be back this week."

Drew, who plays on a team that is ranked No. 1 nationally and hasn't lost a game since the 1991 season, is also a full academic qualifier with a 3.6 GPA and an 890 SAT score.

Recruiting is also keeping the talented running back busy these days.

"I've been offered by Cal, Wisconsin, Washington State, and Colorado," he said. "And I still get calls from coaches from all over. In addition to those, I've also talked to Fresno State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Texas, and some others."

Drew said he's still wide open but did talk about some of his top choices.

"I obviously like the schools that offered plus those that are still calling," he said. "And Miami too. I still like them a lot."

So what is the situation with the Hurricanes?

"I haven't talked to them in awhile," he said. "But I still talk to DJ [Williams] a lot. I actually talked to him last night. He just called to ask me how the game went and that kind of stuff. I asked him how he was going and he said the team is really focused and they're concentrating on every game."

Drew was asked about setting up some official trips.

"I haven't done that yet," he said. "I'll probably take those after the season but I'm not sure."

So will the Hurricanes get a visit?

"If they offer it, I'd definitely be interested in visiting them," he said. "I've always liked Miami a lot but the only problem is that I looked at their depth chart and they are a bunch of good running backs. I'll have to see about that."

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