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Finkenberg Still in Search Mode
Los Flores (Calif.) Tesoro offensive lineman Evan Finkenberg has turned into one of the most hotly pursued offensive lineman in the West, thanks to an excellent senior season. Finkenberg, offerless before the season, now has offers from Colorado, Arizona State and Washington State and will be in Boulder this weekend. "Colorado coaches came and saw me (this week) and I'll be visiting there this weekend. I visited Washington State about a month and a half ago and I visited Arizona State last weekend," said Finkenberg. A decision could be coming soon for Finkenberg, but he's not tipping his hand. "Not really any school leads, I'm just trying to keep an open mind about everything," said Finkenberg. "I kind of want to look at everything, and go over all my options. I'll wait for after the visit and maybe make a decision. I'm not sure yet, though, when it will be." Aside from Arizona State, Colorado and Washington State, a few other schools are keeping tabs on him. "I'm hearing a little from Cal, Oregon State, Tennessee and Boise State," said Finkenberg. "I'd still be open to any other schools and I'd for sure look into them." Finkenberg said most of the schools are looking at him as an offensive tackle. "It's for left tackle," said Finkenberg. "I actually liked playing tackle a lot. I had played tight end before so I wasn't sure I would like it, but after the season, I figured it would help with my future. And I like having the one-on-one battle. Just trying to bury the guy." Finkenberg said he was 6-5, 260, most recently and conceded a redshirt season might be best. "I think the school I pick will redshirt me as a freshman to gain weight and get stronger," said Finkenberg. Academically, Finkenberg is solid with a 3.4 GPA and a 26 on the ACT.
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