The Los Angeles area is one of the deepest for producing Division I prospects every single year and another one has popped up with two scholarship offers in the month of May. This time the player is a talented offensive lineman and his name is Andrew Roxas and he's from La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis.
Roxas is a 6-foot-2, 298-pound offensive line prospect that can project at either center or guard. He has two early offers from Utah and Colorado.
"I'm really excited about these offers especially because they were offered so early," Roxas said. "I'm still pretty open concerning where I want to go. I'm not too set on a certain school. I've been in touch with a few schools. I've talked to most of them through my coach at school so we have been communicating that way. The schools that I have been in contact with are Utah, Colorado, San Diego State, Ball State, Colorado State and Texas Tech.
"Then on Tuesday night I got calls from Washington State and UNLV. This is very exciting for me because everything I have done since freshman year has paid off."
It was at that point when Roxas decided he needed to make the commitment to becoming a great football player and a great athlete. He spent countless hours working hard at getting better and the end result is a highly-recruited player.
"Since the end of my freshman season, I've been in the weight room twice a day and watching film," he said. "I'm always trying to get better. I think that if you don't live by that, you wont accomplish anything. I know I've worked for everything that I have been getting, and this is why I'm so proud of my accomplishments.
Everything is really exciting right now, but its also happening real fast. I'm definitely excited about these scholarships, but I am going to keep focused on our upcoming season."