The grind of fall camp is tough enough. Add the southern California heat, a new school and being an underclassmen in the mix and it's even harder. No worry for 2014 wide receiver and defensive back Zaire Andre, though. His mentality is positive heading into his junior season.
"Two a days are going good. We're getting a lot of team bonding in and everything is coming together as a team," Andre said.
Andre transferred from Crenshaw High School for depth chart purposes and is looking to make his mark at Inglewood this season, while gaining the attention of some college programs. .
"For my personal goals I want to get my stats and get first team all league," he said. "I tried to get bigger over the summer and continue to focus on my route running and speed." .
Andre hasn't been in contact with any college coaches yet, but knows they should be coming around after his junior season.
"I'm just looking for a program that fits me. The offense and the academics are the most important."