2014 WR sees his stock rise 

May, 30, 2012
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Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain coach Tony Tabor says the recruitment of 2014 wide receiver Mark Andrews has hit a new high.

“He has really blown up,” Tabor said. “I knew he was going to be good, but it’s really taken off. I thought he would be a big-time kid, but he has turned into a physical specimen.”

Andrews played basketball and soccer growing up. He didn’t even start playing football until his freshman year of high school. Two seasons of work and he has turned himself into a big-time prospect. While he is now a starter on the basketball team, he no longer plays soccer.
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