Andrew Mike recently returned from the Rivals Underclassmen Challenge in Dallas where he said there was great competition and he also just got back from Penn State's camp where a new offer might be coming soon.
The 2014 offensive tackle from Tucson (Ariz.) Sabino said he had a great time visiting with the Nittany Lions and the new coaching staff and he got only positive remarks about his possible future at Penn State.
"I went to Penn State two weeks ago and they said they could offer soon," Mike said. "They want to offer all the Pennsylvania kids first.
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"They really flipped it around there. They're really detail-oriented and coach Bill O'Brien's offense looks really good. They're going forward and building up a new team."
Mike, a 6-foot-7, 260-pound prospect, said he's really excited to see how the new coaching staff handles things at Penn State this season and if the Nittany Lions offer then he would have something else to seriously think about in his recruitment.
"I'm pretty excited to watch them set it up this season," Mike said. "I think I'd fit in well there."
So far, Mike has landed offers from Arizona, Arizona State, BYU and Cal and he's hearing from many other programs.
The Tucson Sabino standout is planning to work out at a one-day camp at Arizona State later this month and then start to really focus on his junior season.
Since things are happening so fast in his recruitment, Mike said he plans to take his time with the recruiting process.