Ontario (Calif.) Colony is fast becoming one of the Inland Empire's best programs. Colony was the school that produced Omar Bolden who started and excelled as a true freshman for Arizona State and 2008 cornerback Daniel Simmons who just signed with Washington State last Wednesday.
The class of 2009 and 2010 for Colony is even more loaded. The class of 2009 could have at least up to three players who will sign letters of intent a year from now.
One of them is offensive tackle Joshua Andrews (6-4, 260) who has an extremely high ceiling.
"Joshua is going to be huge," Colony coach Anthony Rice said. "He still has a lot of growing to do.
"Cal already invited him to games last year while he was still junior," Rice said. "He's going to go to Cal's full contact camp this summer.
"Joshua has great feet probably because he's also an outstanding basketball player," Rice said. "He has long arms and has all the things you look for in an offensive lineman.
"Oregon was by the school shortly before signing day inquiring about Josh," Rice said. "Besides Cal and Oregon; Arizona State, UConn and Nebraska are also showing interest.
"I think that Joshua projects as a left tackle because he's so athletic and quick," Rice said. "You can leave him out on an island and he'll be just fine.
"Joshua is only going to get better," Rice said. "He's only a pup and he was one of the key players who have helped us win the CIF Championship the last two years running.
Andrews has superior lower body strength as his 500-pound squat would indicate. He has also recorded an outstanding for a big man 30-inch vertical jump.
Andrews earned all-CIF and all-state for both his sophomore and junior seasons.
Andrews is definitely a player to keep eyes on as the recruiting season progresses.