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Andrew Peterson
Player Profile:
Andrew Peterson 920200
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 200
Year: Junior
Hometown: Newark, Del.
High School: Wilmington Charter
Major: Health Behavior Science
Experience: 1 Letter

Fourth-year member of the squad as a junior wide receiver • will not play during 2015 season due to an injury suffered in spring drills • has played in seven career games • outstanding athlete with great speed and size • one of 20 Delaware natives on UD roster.

Saw action in seven games as a backup wide receiver as a sophomore • did not catch a pass • did not see action vs. Colgate, Sacred Heart, Towson, William & Mary, and Rhode Island • selected by coaching staff to carry out the Delaware state flag in game vs. Colgate • caught two passes or 25 yards in the Blue-White Spring Game.

Did not see game action as a redshirt freshman • served as a backup wide receiver • returned to full strength after missing his entire freshman season and 2013 spring drills with an injury • selected by coaching staff to carry out the Delaware state flag in game vs. James Madison.

Did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • suffered injury in pre-season and sat out entire year.

Earned All-State honors as a senior in 2011 at Charter School of Wilmington for head coach and former Delaware defensive back Tyran Rice • earned second team All-Blue Hen Conference honors • played in the annual Blue-Gold High School All-Star Game in June at Delaware Stadium • earned honorable mention All-Blue Hen Conference honors as a junior in 2010 • served as team captain as a senior • caught 40 passes for 430 yards and 10 touchdowns and intercepted three passes as a junior • caught 45 passes for 586 yards and eight touchdowns, rushed for 150 yards and one touchdown, and intercepted one pass as a senior • team went 7-3 in 2010 • attended UD Football Camp • honor roll student.

Andrew Lang Peterson • born June 11, 1994 • son of Alexander and Sandra Peterson • health behavior science major at Delaware • would like to enter the physical therapy field after graduation • one of four children • father is a state policeman.

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