Arizona State lost out on another local recruit. Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain wide receiver Mark Andrews committed to Oklahoma University after visiting the school for the second time.
Andrews caught 81 passes for 1,494 yards and 21 touchdowns in his junior year.
He had scholarship offers from schools like Notre Dame, Alabama and Ohio State, but he has chosen to play for Bob Stoops as an Oklahoma Sooner. (By the way, his brother is a medical student at Oklahoma.)
The 6-foot-6, 240 pound receiver is just half of the dynamic duo that Desert Mountain has to offer.
Earlier this year, quarterback Kyle Allen committed to Texas A&M.
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