UCLA Offers Two Arizona Prospects

UCLA steppped up and offered two 2014 prospects from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain, quarterback Kyle Allen and wide receiver Mark Andrews...

Scout.com has confirmed that UCLA has offered scholarships to Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain's quarterback Kyle Allen and wide receiver/tight end Mark Andrews.

Desert Mountain head coach Tony Tabor tells Scout.com, "UCLA just offered Mark and Kyle tonight."

Both prospects being in the class of 2014, it's the third offer for Allen and the fifth for Andrews.

Oklahoma State offered Allen the same day as UCLA, to go along with a previous offer from North Carolina.

The 6-2, 190-pound Allen really blossomed in his sophomore year, earning all-state honors while throwing for 2,547 yards and 25 touchdowns versus 11 interceptions.

Michigan, Arizona State, Oregon State and Arizona had previously offered Andrews.

The 6-5, 210-pounder also had an outstanding sophomore year, also earning all-state honors, catching 58 passes for 1,058 yards and 10 TDs.

Allen reacts to the OSU offer: "They were at the school today and came to practice. After practice they told Coach Tabor that I have an offer. They told him they like how I control the tempo of the game and my maturity level for being a young quarterback."

Kyle has some familiarity with OSU, "I have followed them the last few years," he says. "They run a lot of spread offense and no huddle."

Just an hour after receiving his second offer from OSU, Tabor informs Scout.com that a third offer came in: "UCLA offered Kyle and his teammate Mark Andrews."

Allen in action:

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