Edward Tandy has a Pac-12 leader but the Tustin, Calif., three-star inside linebacker still plans to wait until after his senior season to make his commitment.
The 6-foot, 220-pound recruit who looked good this summer at the B2G Elite Camp said Cal is his favorite and the Golden Bears have a lot to offer but he's still going to wait things out in his recruitment to see if other programs get involved.
Cal is Tandy's lone offer so far.
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"They're my top school right now," Tandy said. "I'm really thinking it's a great school to attend and be a student-athlete there.
"I like my recruiting coach and the head coach. It's a great academic school and that's what I'm really thinking about."
Colorado has shown increased interest in Tandy, who said right after the B2G camp that Washington, Washington State and UCLA were also getting involved.
A trip to see what the Buffaloes have to offer is being considered.
"I've been getting a lot of hand-written letters from them and I talk to the coaches a lot and they want me to come visit up there," Tandy said.
The recruiting process has been a little slow for Tandy but he hopes as his senior season progresses more schools notice him. That's why he wants to take some visits, play the games and then come to a decision.
"I'm waiting for after my senior season," Tandy said. "I want to see if other colleges come up with anything. That's really what I'm waiting for."