Edwards gets about 2-3 phone calls per evening now that coaches can call him. "It's not too hectic, I've been able to deal with it and handle my school work."
With the way Los Gatos' schedule works, his first visit will be October 19th since they have that evening free. He has not set up any school visits yet but that date is going to be locked in for some school. Then he'll take his other four after his season is over.
The six schools he's considering are Stanford, UCLA, Michigan, UW, Tennessee, and Florida.
"I've talked to UCLA and Michigan about setting up trips but that's been it so far. Stanford is 20 minutes away from my house so that one would be an easy one to set up," said Edwards.
"I have not heard from Washington in a while. I'm still interested in them though."
In his first game this year, Edwards was 11-16 for 185 yards with 2 TDs. Last game he went 8-14 for 133 yards and 3 TDs.
His goals right now are simple and concise. "I'm just trying to be myself and have a fun and successful senior year. The rest will take care of itself. The two California schools are at the top of the list for now but that could change with a couple of phone calls or a visit. I'm still pretty open right now."
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