Nebraska, Michigan and Oregon To Get Official Visits From Martin Andrus

Aug. 19 -- Los Angeles (Calif.) defensive lineman Martin Andrus is still sorting out his official visits but three schools look good to host the tackle at this time...

Martin Andrus is one of the top defensive linemen out west and is currently rated the No. 194 prospect in the Scout 300.

Andrus is a big, physical tackle prospect with some nice upside. He's a very disruptive tackle that has the frame to grow in to a nose guard or play as a traditional tackle in a four man front. He has strong hands and does a nice job getting off blocks.

He's quick off the ball and strong at the point of attack. He can hold up a double team and is very good getting in to the backfield showing the athleticism to chase down backs and quarterbacks.

On the recruiting front, Andrus has already locked in an official visit to Nebraska (Sept. 17) and is close to locking in dates with Michigan and Oregon.

"I'm excited about seeing Nebraska," Andrus said. "That's the big visit weekend against Oregon and a ton of players from out here will be there that for that one. 

"I'm trying to lock in Michigan for (Oct. 22) and Oregon for (Nov. 12). I've been talking with those schools for a while now and I'm looking forward to getting out there and checking those schools out. I want to try and take my visits during the season to see the game atmosphere at each school and all three of those visits should be great."

Andrus has a short list of schools for his remaining two visits.

"I'm looking at the Washington State CougarsArizona WildcatsNotre Dame Fighting IrishStanford Cardinal  and  LSU Tigers for my final visits. I'm looking at UCLA and USC as well but I'll just take unofficial visits to those two schools since they're local and I've been to both already.

"I don't have any leaders right now, I'm open to all my schools and the visits will be big for me. I don't have a timetable for when I'll make my decision either, just going to play the process out and when I know, I'll go ahead and make a decision."

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