La Canada (CA) St. Francis offensive center Andrew Roxas continues his climb up the ladder for Pac 10 programs. After making several camp stops, the 6-foot-2, 298-pounder is now becoming one of the most heavily recruited players in the state of California.
"I was at Cal's camp and was named the O-line MVP," Roxas, who already had offers from Colorado, UNLV and Utah on the table heading into the camp tour, said. "That was really neat. I think I did well up there, and I impressed the coaches."
Then he went to San Diego State and it was at their camp he walked away with another offer.
"I loved it down there," Roxas said. "It's close to home, so the location is a great thing. I also really like the weather. It's almost perfect all the time down there."
Then on Monday he received word of a Pac 10 offer to add to his resume.
"Washington State just offered me," he said. "That's a big offer for me. It's a Pac 10 program and they have a very good tradition."
At this point it still looks like Roxas will take his time and isn't in a rush to make a decision. But the all-league and all-CIF selection from 2005 feels his stock moving up.
"It's like all the hard work is finally starting to pay off," he said. "It makes you feel really good."