Andrews Makes Strong Impression

La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat two-way standout Darren Andrews was one of the stars of the Passing Down SoCal Regional Championship. It was his first time playing for Frat Boys and he made an immediate impact for the team...

Darren Andrews is one of the fastest players in the state and has already clocked a 10.7-100m on the track this year. At Fullerton on Sunday, Andrews showed he's equally as explosive on the football field and was among the top receivers at the event.

"This was the first time I played for this team and I thought we did a great job getting to the championship game," Andrews said. "I was real comfortable playing with the guys and had a lot of fun. I was playing mostly receiver but in the championship game, they moved me to corner and I played both ways and had fun with that."

On the recruiting front, Andrews landed an early offer from Hawaii and is hopeful offer No. 2 is around the corner.

"I'm also hearing from Oregon State, Arizona State, UCLA and Arizona," Andrews said. "Oregon State is coming by the school and I'm hopeful they'll offer. I'm planning to do some unofficial visits in the summer but I don't have anything definite right now.

"I know I'm going to take an official visit to Hawaii but after that, everything is open. I'm keeping things open and just want to see who's interested. I'm looking at depth chart and where I can play early. I'll play receiver or corner, it doesn't matter to me but I do want to play as soon as I can. Location isn't a factor either, I actually kind of want to get out of California but I'll go anywhere."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for
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