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Micah Andrews
Micah Andrews

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Duluth, GA

High School:
Greater Atlanta Christian

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 212

Position:
Running Back

Birthdate:
11/25/1983

Experience:
3VL

2006: A pre-season first team All-ACC selection by several publications... started the first three games of the year before tearing the ACL in his left knee... missed the remainder of the season... rushed 58 times for 256 yards, anaverage of 4.4 yards per carry... scored two touchdowns... caught 12 passes for 100 yards... rushed 20 times for 142 yards against Syracuse in the season opener... carried 17 times for 41 yards and a touchdown against Duke... rushed 21 times for 73 yards and a touchdown at Connecticut... tore his ACL during the fourth quarter of that game.

2005: Named ACC Offensive Back of the Week on September 5... his 5.65 yards per rush broke the Wake Forest sophomore class record and ranked third overall, the best since 1971 (Ken Garrett, 6.7)... rushed for 254 yards in the season-opener against Vanderbilt, the second-most yards in a single game by a Deacon... his 287 all-purpose yards in that game were the fourth-most in Wake Forest history... ranked 7th in the ACC and 92nd in the NCAA in rushing (62.1 ypg)... averaged 5.6 yards per carry, the most among ACC rushers with at least 100 season attempts... ranked second on the team with 621 rushing yards, behind ACC Player of the Year Chris Barclay... played in ten games and started the first three of the season... missed the season finale against Miami with an ankle injury... rushed 110 times for 621 yards and a touchdown... had a long run of 44 yards against East Carolina... made seven receptions for 71 yards, an average of 10.1 yards per catch... made his first career start in the season opener against Vanderbilt... rushed 34 times against the Commodores for 254 yards... also had a 33-yard reception... carried 19 times in a start at Nebraska for 64 yards... had a fumble returned for a touchdown... started against East Carolina and rushed for 142 yards on 22 carries... came off the bench against Maryland... rushed six times for 23 yards and had a fumble returned for a score... rushed three times against Clemson for six yards... had 14 yards on five carries at Florida State with three receptions for seven yards... rushed five times at Boston College for 20 yards... rushed once against NC State for no yards... carried nine times at Duke for 79 yards, a touchdown and one reception for 13 yards... had 19 yards on six totes at Georgia Tech with two catches for 18 yards.

2004: Named to the Sporting News' ACC All-Freshman Team... voted ACC Rookie of the Week on September 20... the primary back-up to first team All-ACC running back Chris Barclay... rushed 43 times for 264 yards, an average of 6.1 yards per carry, and six touchdowns... set a new Wake Forest record for most yards (125) and touchdowns (3) by a Deacon in his debut... played in nine games as a reserve... rushed 17 times for 125 yards and three touchdowns in his collegiate debut against North Carolina A&T and was subsequently named ACC Rookie of the Week... rushed eight times for 61 yards and two scores against North Carolina State... broke off a season-long 42 yard run against the Wolfpack... had four carries for 20 yards against Duke... rushed seven times at Miami for 27 yards... had four carries for 24 yards in the Virginia Tech game... rushed twice in the season finale at Maryland for two yards... returned eight kickoffs for the Deacons for 143 yards, an average of 17.9 per return with a long of 28.

2003: Redshirted the season as a true freshman.

Background: Finished his high school career with 6,429 yards and 67 touchdowns... outstanding playmaker... team captain... rushed for 2,871 yards on 342 carries senior year, an average of 8.4 yards-per-rush and 191.4 yards-per-game... scored 25 touchdowns in 2002... his 2,871 rushing yards in 2002 ranks as the third highest in the history of Georgia high school football, behind Daccus Thurman and Herschel Walker... selected the 2002 2A Offensive Player of the Year by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution... named all-county, all-region and all-state senior year... ranked as the 26th-best running back in the nation and 32nd-best prospect from Georgia by Rivals100.com... a PrepStar All-Region selection... selected as the 19th-best player in Georgia by SuperPrep... all-state selection junior year after rushing for 1,784 yards and 28 touchdowns... also played cornerback on defense... runs a 4.5 40-yard dash... coached by Jimmy Chupp at Greater Atlanta Christian.

Personal: Majoring in theatre... born November 25, 1983... son of former Auburn and Atlanta Falcon running back William Andrews.

Career Rushing Statistics:
	G-GS	Car	Yds	Avg	TD	Lg
2004	9-0	43	264	6.1	6	42
2005	11-3	110	618	5.6	1	44
2006	3-3	58	256	4.4	2	23
Career	23-7	211	1138	5.4	9	44

Career Highs: Carries: 34 vs. Vanderbilt, 9/1/05 Rushing Yards: 254 vs. Vanderbilt, 9/1/05 Rushing Touchdowns: 3 vs. North Carolina A&T, 9/18/04

 

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