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Meet 2015 FL MLB Andrew O’Steen
- Updated: July 5, 2013
2015 MLB Andrew O’Steen (6’0, 241, 4.9/40) of Melbourne Central Catholic in Florida currently has no offers. He reports interest from FAU, UK, Miami, Elmhurst, Stetson, FIU and Middle Tennessee.
Melbourne Central Catholic’s middle linebacker will be traveling to FAU on July 22nd for camp. He tells Varsity Preps unable to camp at UM, FIU and South Alabama due to having 7-on-7 competition on those dates.
O’Steen shared his summer plans with Varsity Preps. “July 14-20 my dad and I will be visiting the following schools: Kentucky, Middle Tennessee, Tennessee, Louisville, and Georgia.”
When selecting a program to play for, the junior is looking for the best fit possible. “I’m looking at Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy as majors. I’m also looking at the roster depth at my position, college surroundings, the coaching staff, the defensive scheme the school runs, tradition and fan base.”
A versatile player, O’Steen reports he’ll line up at several positions this fall including tight end, offensive tackle, defensive tackle and outside linebacker. He shared what he feels makes him a sought after prospect. “I’m a head hunter. I also make big plays and have a knack for finding the football,” he said. “I’ve been the defensive captain since day 1 my freshman year and I bring the crowd into the game.”
O’Steen listed his favorites. “I like Kentucky, Alabama, Florida, Florida Atlantic, and Georgia right now,” he explained. “Kentucky currently is my leader, but anything in the SEC is a dream though.”