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Spring football helps Arnold

Brandon Arnold plays at Encino (Calif.) Crespi and for the 1925 All-Stars so exposure has never been a problem and now that more college coaches are seeing him he's picking up more offers.
Michigan State and Colorado State are the two latest offers for Arnold, a 6-foot, 183-pound safety who also has Colorado, Hawaii, South Dakota and South Dakota State on his offer list.
"They're starting to pick up for me," Arnold said. "I'm really excited about it.
"Basically, coaches have been stopping by. Before spring ball started we had about 10 or 15 coaches come by and since spring ball started we've had three or four coaches during the day and then they'd come back during practice to see me going hard out there. I would usually get an offer after practice or the next day."
Arnold has looked impressive at multiple 7on7 tournaments this off-season and now he's starting to get even more attention. He's excited to see where things go this summer and then into his senior year with a powerhouse squad at Encino Crespi.
"I'm really excited for it," Arnold said. "The 7on7 team with Keyshawn (Johnson) has a lot of talent and we have some amazing coaches and they really teach you a lot of things. My footwork has improved a lot more.
"For the team I'm excited because football season is around the corner again and I get around the team even more. I want to be a leader come my senior year so it should be fun."
More offers are coming in and so is interest for Arnold, who said Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State continue to stay involved.
With so much happening, Arnold said he doesn't want to make a decision yet.
"I'm just staying patient," Arnold said. "I want to see all the opportunities coming at me. I'll stay patient until the beginning of the season and then I'll start looking to commit."
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