Beall received a lot of phone calls over the past week. Last Saturday he heard from Washington, Stanford, UCLA, and Washington State.
Beall's leaders have not changed since we last spoke. "Stanford and Washington are one and two, but I'm still looking at other Pac-10 schools."
Beall has not set up any trips yet, as he wants to take a look around at who is going to offer him first. He will get plenty of those. With his size, talent, and 3.88 GPA, he is one recruit that schools cannot go wrong with.
"(I'm) still waiting to see who offers before making too many decisions. Most likely will trip at Stanford, U of W, and possibly Oregon State," reports Beall. He attended Oregon State's summer camp and enjoyed the entire experience.
His is preparing for the beginning of the regular season for his Mountain View Mighty Thunder team, and is excited about their prospects for 2001. "It's going great. We did well at our jamboree this past weekend. The defense came on strong. The offense still needs to iron out the wrinkles, but it's always is that way. Offense always takes longer to come together," reports Beall.
"We'll be ready for out first game."
Their season starts Saturday against Capital. "It should be a great game. I'm really jacked and ready to go for this one."
One school that has apparently stepped up their recruiting attention is UCLA. It'll be interesting to see if the Bruins can crack into his top five.
OL David Beall Update
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