Mark Andrews verbally commits to Oklahoma

Arizona Sports News online

One of the top wide receivers in the country has made his decision.

Desert Mountain wide receiver Mark Andrews announced Friday afternoon that he has verbally committed to Bob Stoops and the Oklahoma Sooners.

Andrews had a total of 25 division I scholarship offers including USC, Notre Dame, Alabama, U of A and ASU but ultimately decided that Oklahoma was the place for him. In 2012, Andrews had a monster seasons with 81 catches for just under 1,500 yards receiving and 21 touchdowns. Him and the number one rated quarterback in the nation according to Scout.com, Texas A&M commit Kyle Allen, are one of the most dynamic quarterback-receiver duos in the nation and expect to just build on that in 2013.

Furthermore, Andrews is a remarkable story because of what he has to manage while on the playing field and off. He has diabetes and everywhere he goes he carries around a bag with necessary items and also has to wear an insulin pump. See the great story our sister site, heath2fit.com, did about Mark Andrews and managing his diabetes on and off the field by clicking here.

A born and bred Arizonan, Jared has had great passion for the hometown teams all his life. He now channel's that passion into covering the pro, college and high school teams around the state as a Multimedia Reporter for Sports360AZ.