Spring is the time for college coaches to go out and evaluate prospects, in some cases resulting in official offers.
One Ohio signal caller received a visit from an University of Tennessee Coach this past week, the question is whether or not Moeller High School quarterback Andrew Hendrix will receive an offer from the Vols.
"Coach (Jim) Chaney the offensive coordinator came by the school to watch us practice last Monday morning," Hendrix told InsideTennessee.com. "I spoke to him that evening and he said he liked what he saw during the practice. Now he is just waiting on the final approval from head coach Lane Kiffin."
Coach Chaney got a chance to visit with Hendrix's head football coach John Rodenberg.
"They got a chance to visit a while," Hendrix said. "Coach feels that they are close to offering me, it would be a great offer to get."
Hendrix took an unofficial visit to Knoxville a couple of weeks ago and left Rocky Top very impressed with the Volunteer's Football Program.
"I liked it a lot," Hendrix told InsideTennessee.com recently. "I was very impressed with everything. The stadium was breathtaking empty; I can only imagine it full."
It's the intrigue of playing in the SEC that might give Tennessee an advantage. While Hendrix is reluctant to name favorites, the Vols rank high for the talented signal caller.
"Tennessee is definitely up at the top," Hendrix said. "I'm really staying open to everyone that is interested in me right now. I will probably narrow my list sometime in the next 30 days or so."