Recruiting: Weaver Likes OSU, A&M and Tech

Defensive end Andrew Weaver of Waco (High), Texas was another CenTex area player that was at the same Mary Hardin-Baylor University camp on Monday that some of the Oklahoma State staff worked as guest coaches. The 6-3, 210-pound Weaver can really move and felt like he had a good camp.

"Yes sir, I had a good camp," confirmed Weaver. "I got a lot of good feedback from the coaches and they felt that I showed good technique at linebacker. Running I think I ran a 4.7 flat (in the 40-yard dash) on the grass."

Asked who he was interested in at this point in recruiting, Weaver was quick to answer.

"Texas Tech, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State," he said. "I'm going to try to go up to OSU here in a couple of weeks. Victor Johnson from our school (Waco High) is going up there and I'm going to try to go up with him. I've been to Texas A&M but I'm going to try and visit there again, and I'm going to try to make it out to Texas Tech."

Weaver said he is not sure of a timetable on when he might make a decision. The schools still have a lot to say about that with his recruitment.

He is a potential playmaker on the defensive side of the ball. An aggressive pass rusher, Weaver plays with a full motor running and a lot of enthusiasm. He has a 275-pound bench press and a 445-pound squat.

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