Crenshaw corner gets first offer

Cornerback/safety/ wide receiver Marcus Andrews (6-2, 185, 4.5) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw has picked up his first offer and it is from a Pac 10 school. This will only be the first as there are other schools that are on the cusp of offering the talented Andrews.
"I feel really happy that I received my first offer from Washington," Andrews said. "It was like a dream come true. The Huskies said they like my size at cornerback and my footwork."
"Oregon wants me to call back today (June 6th)," Andrews said. "Syracuse is waiting on their head coach to approve and I think that is the case with UNLV."
"Arizona State wants me to go to their camp to see my up close," Andrews said. "The Sun Devils are only recruiting five defensive backs this year for one spot and I am one of them."
"I am going to UCLA's camp with four of my teammates tomorrow and the week after that I will be competing with my teammates at the adidas 7-on-7 passing league camp a week from tomorrow at Loyola University," Andrews said. "I might also take in the USC Rising Senior Camp later this month."
In an earlier interview with Crenshaw head coach Robert Garrett, he had the following to say about his fine student athlete.
"Marcus is very good in man coverage, is very aggressive and is a force in run support," Garrett said. "He has good leaping ability and is very athletic. He's definitely D-I."
The scouting report on Andrews is he has the versatility to play several positions. He's long and lean, plus he has outstanding ball skills. He also has quick feet and excellent footwork. He loves to jam a receiver at the line and get in the opponent's head.
Andrews earned first-team all-league as a junior after racking up over 30 tackles, four pass deflections, two interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) and fumble recovery.