Most tall receivers don’t have his speed. Most speedy receivers don’t possess his size.
The Oklahoma commit is nearly a perfect blend of size and speed, a combination he has used to dominate the Arizona high school football landscape over the last three seasons.
The 6-foot-6, 220-pound Andrews has gone for more than 1,000 yards in each of the last three seasons, hauling in a whopping 48 touchdowns playing alongside fellow top recruit Kyle Allen.
As a senior, Andrews went out with a bang. He hit the 200-yard mark in three games and tallied two or more touchdowns five different times, including a four-touchdown game against Skyline.
“Mark is a game changer every time he touches the field,” Desert Mountain head coach Tony Tabor recently told 247Sports. “The last two games he has caught 23 balls for 400 yards and six touchdowns. He elevates everyone else on the field, he kicks and he plays defense. If he wanted to play defense, he would put his hand in the dirt and play in the NFL, I can promise you that.”
Clearly, the Sooners will be getting a special talent in the fall.