Lancaster (Calif.) Antelope Valley athlete Andre Crenshaw picked up an offer from the UCLA Bruins towards the beginning of the summer and since then there has been one huge leader in front.
It's no secret that Crenshaw favors the in-state Bruins but another school is starting to make it's way into his top group of schools along with Colorado, Colorado State, and much of the Pac-10. That one school could be the next to offer and if so, could change things up for the 5-foot-10, 170-pound defensive back.
"Arizona is a team moving in the right direction like UCLA," Crenshaw said. "They're right behind UCLA right now as a favorite."
Considering UCLA has been the only school to offer Crenshaw while he holds them as a favorite, the temptation to go ahead and pull the trigger has definitely been there.
"I've been, very, very tempted to just do it," Crenshaw said. "I'm trying to talk to my parents and get my coach's opinion on the situation. I'm also hoping to hear if Arizona is going to offer or not."
"UCLA will stay at the top though unless somebody just dazzles me."
Listed among things that he is looking for is having a close, personal relationship with the coaching staff he choose to work with in college.
"I want coaches I can talk to if I have problems," he said. "Of course you always want a good environment and a good place, but having that bond is important."
Crenshaw is a three-star rated player and listed as the No. 76 overall prospect in the state of California.