"I've been feeling UCLA for a while now but being at the Rose Bowl yesterday, I really felt like that was the place for me," Andrews said. "I like the offense and how I'll fit in there. They want me to come in as a slot receiver and also return punts and kicks and I'm very comfortable doing that.
"I like the coaching staff a lot and coach Yarber, the WR coach, is my uncle so I obviously know him very well. Coach Martin was my main recruiter and I like him and coach Mora a lot, those were the first two coaches I talked with. UCLA is definitely a school going in the right direction and I'm excited to be a part of it."
Despite his commitment, Andrews said he still plans to take his official visits.
"I have Houston later this month on (Nov. 30)," Andrews said. "I have Duke set up for (Dec. 7), UCLA (Dec. 14) and Washington State is set up for January. The Duke visit isn't 100% yet. I called the coaches and told them I was switching to UCLA. They asked if I still wanted to visit and I said I did and they said they would get back to me and let me know if they still wanted me to.
"I'm solid with UCLA though and it feels good to have this decision out of the way. I've been thinking a lot about it and it wasn't something that was stressing me out or anything but at the same time, it feels good to have it behind me. My family is definitely excited that I'll be close to home now. Duke is a great school, especially academically, but UCLA is great academically as well so I think I picked the perfect school for me."