"I'm just concentrating on spring ball and the recruiting is going slow -- well, I'm just taking it slow with the recruiting right now," said Drango, who is ranked No. 18 in the nation at his position. "We have 18 spring practices and we're halfway through that. We'll close with a spring game, which will be an intrasquad game.
"We're looking pretty good. We have a bunch of young returning players. Last year, we had a lot of sophomores. I think we can go deep in the playoffs this year if we keep our focus. We have the ability."
In 2009, Cedar Park went 7-3 in the regular season before losing a wild 39-36 affair to Cy-Ridge in the first-round of the Texas 5A Division II playoffs. Thanks in large part to the efforts of Drango, the Timberwolves scored 36-or-more points in four games, including 51 points vs. Georgetown and 55 points vs. Round Rock.
Drango has at least a dozen offers right now. Are there any schools that stand out as his favorites?
"Baylor, Stanford, Rice, SMU, Arizona, and Colorado," said Drango of his current leaders. "I'm going to try to take visits to all of those schools, but it depends on scheduling. This summer, I have a strength camp at the school and I'm planning on attending camp at Baylor and Stanford."