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2014 Desert Mountain tandem talks ASU visit

2014 Desert Mountain WR Mark Andrews

There is no doubt that the top local talent in the 2013 class has already been generating impressive offers from coast to coast, but the 2014 class is starting to make some noise of its own early in the process. Two of the biggest reasons for that are Scottsdale Desert Mountain teammates WR Mark Andrews and QB Kyle Allen who unofficially visited ASU this past Friday.

"It was a great visit and I liked everything I saw," said wide receiver Mark Andrews. "I saw all the facilities, the campus and talked to the coaches. I've been to the school before but this was definitely the first time I got to tour the whole school and talk to the coaches. "It's a very nice campus and it's very close to home so that's big. The Head Coach Todd Graham, said that he will always... Recommended Stories

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