Mark Andrews has already landed 10 offers and his latest one from Oklahoma is huge because the 2014 wide receiver from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain grew up a fan of the Sooners.
"I grew up an Oklahoma fan because my grandparents grew up there and my dad grew up there," Andrews said. "That's always been my dream school and so I was extremely excited for that offer.
"I had not been talking to them and one day my coach told me to call them and I called them and they offered me."
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So far, the 6-foot-6, 225-pound prospect has gotten offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon State, UCLA and Utah.
Because things have picked up so quickly and Andrews still wants to take his time with the recruiting process, the 2014 standout is not going to rush a decision.
"I'm definitely sitting back," Andrews said. "I'm still just taking everything in and doing my homework on all the schools.
"It's going to be very hard. I didn't take any visits this summer. I'm planning on a lot of visits next summer."
One game Andrews does not want to miss this season is the Oklahoma-Oklahoma State matchup in late November.
Now that the Sooners have offered, Andrews has serious interest in heading to Norman for that game. Other trips are expected as well.
"I'm definitely going to try to schedule to go to the Oklahoma-Oklahoma State game but other than that I don't have anything else planned," Andrews said. "I want to get to some other games but I'm not sure where yet."