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Andy Heater
Andy Heater

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Snohomish, Wash.

High School:
Snohomish High School

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 275

Position:
DT

Experience:
2V

Washington: 2004: Will miss spring drills while recovering from wrist surgery ... moved to defensive tackle after starting his career at tight end ... played in final nine games of the 2004 season ... managed one tackle ... father, Chuck, was a UW assistant coach who is currently on Urban Meyer's staff at Florida ... younger brother, Adam, will be a freshman at UCLA. 2003: Appeared in three games ... did not record any receptions during the season ... suffered a right knee injury (MCL) during the final week of spring practice. 2002: Earned his first letter ... played in the San Jose State, Wyoming and USC games as an extra tight end. 2001: Redshirted the 2001 season to preserve a year of eligibility.

High School and Personal: Parents are Chuck and Debbie, a teacher ... played both ways for Snohomish, making 15 catches for 300 yards and five TDs, and 100 tackles, four sacks and three fumble recoveries for a 9-1 squad that allowed more than 19 points on defense just once ... earned first team all-conference honors on both sides of the ball ... a PrepStar All-Western Region selection ... rated by Rivals.com as the top prep TE in the state of Washington, and 33rd in the nation ... ranked eighth in SuperPrep's "Northwest 41" ... a Seattle Times first-team all-state selection at LB ... also named to the Times' "Star Times 2000" defense ... a Tier-I "Red Chip" selection by the Seattle Times ... earned AP All-State first-team honors on defense ... an honorable mention selection to the Tacoma News-Tribune's "Northwest Nuggets" team ... also earned all-conference honors in baseball, leading Snohomish in hitting en route to an eighth-place finish at the State Tournament ... a law, society and justice major.

 
Year    G-S   Solo   Asst.   Tot.   Loss   FC   FR   PD   Int.   Sacks
2004    9-0     0      1       1     0-0    0  0-0    0   0-0     0-0
Heater news and features:
Heater stays after father takes new job - Seattle Times (Aug. 15, 2004)
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