Zaire Andre is a wide receiver from Inglewood, Calif., and after seeing Cal's new offense this past weekend he's definitely interested in the Golden Bears.
The 6-foot, 170-pound prospect was one of many top recruits at Cal's spring game and he got a chance to see the campus, meet the new coaches and see the offense in action.
Moving forward, the Golden Bears will be high on his list.
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"The trip was cool," Andre said. "We got a campus tour, we got to see the new facilities that they have, I got to meet the new coaching staff and we went through position meetings so that was pretty cool.
"The coaches seemed pretty good. Most of them came from Louisiana Tech so the offense is really fast-paced and it's spread out. I got to see it during the spring game and it was pretty successful."
So far, Houston is the only offer for Andre but the Cal coaching staff told him to come back for summer camp and see if he can earn an offer.
Andre, who will take an unofficial visit to Arizona State this weekend, said he's interested enough in Cal to return in a few months.
"They said they want me to come down for the camp so they could get an in-person evaluation of me by the offensive coordinator," Andre said.
"I've been talking to the receivers coach and that's what he's telling me. My dad and I are going to take a trip down there in June."
The ASU trip is this weekend and Andre said he's been talking a lot more with the Houston coaching staff and they've definitely piqued his interest.
"I really like them," Andre said.