Mark Andrews could not make the Arizona State junior day this weekend but the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain wide receiver said the Sun Devils are still right in the middle of his recruitment.
"I wasn't able to make it down," Andrews said. "I had some family things I needed to be at and it was a last-minute decision not to go. I had the SAT and then I was planning to go afterwards but it didn't work out."
Recruiting should remain busy for the 6-foot-6, 225-pound four-star prospect since he's one of the more heavily recruited prospects in the West.
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So far, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and the two in-state programs have been the most involved but Andrews expects it to remain hectic throughout the off-season.
"Both in-state schools are coming hard and I'm definitely interested in both of them," Andrews said.
"In terms of schools making more of an effort, Notre Dame is coming really hard and they're probably pursuing me the most right now. Oklahoma is pursuing pretty hard. As of right now I don't have a list or anything but those are a few of the main ones."
Next weekend, Andrews plans to attend the Arizona junior day and then this coming week he'll figure out other upcoming unofficial visits.
With his junior season just ending, the Scottsdale Desert Mountain prospect has already landed offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Duke, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Virginia and Washington State.
Some big-time SEC interest has also started.
"I have some new interest from Alabama," Andrews said. "There are a couple other schools like Vanderbilt and some other SEC schools starting to get in the mix but it's really just a lot of the schools that have already offered."