Sandland sees things get busy

Beau Sandland is thrilled with how his recruitment is going and with his growing list of offers how couldn't he be?
The Woodland Hills (Calif.) Pierce C.C. tight end now has offers from Arizona, Indiana, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Texas Tech and Utah. San Diego State is also showing lots of interest and could get more involved soon, too.
The 6-foot-6, 250-pound standout said he's really excited about all the attention he's receiving and he still has many months to keep picking up offers. Sandland should be a mid-year graduate and will be on a college campus for spring practice.
"I'm extremely happy," Sandland said.
"When I came out of high school I was a non-qualifier so I didn't have any offers or anything. I had to get my AA at a junior college and played last year and now this year is coming around and all my hard work is paying off with all these Division I offers. I couldn't be happier."
Because so many new programs are getting involved with Sandland the Pierce C.C. tight end said he doesn't want to rush a decision.
There is still a lot of time for Sandland to consider all his options and he's still unsure whether more offers will be arriving in the next few months. He has another season to play as well so even more teams might get interested in the fall.
"It's pretty tough to talk about favorites right now because I don't have all the offers I will have eventually in December by signing day," Sandland said.
"I will keep my options open. I don't want to jump on anything. I will consider every option and weigh my options. I'm not going to make my decision any time soon. I'm going to take my time making this decision."
This past season, Sandland finished with 20 receptions for 265 yards and two touchdowns in nine games. He averaged more than 13 yards per catch.