Redshirt junior A-back Dennis Andrews was dismissed from the Yellow Jacket football team on Monday according to sources.
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The Godby High School (Tallahassee, Fl.) graduate will have two years of elibility remaining.
The reasons for his dismissal have been reported to be for violations of team rules otherwise known as the traditional go-to reason for either be recruited over or not having lived up to what the coaching staff wanted you to be in regards to on the field success.
Coming out of high school in 2012, Andrews was the number 79 rated quarterback recriut according to Scout.com but was moved to A-back and redshirted during his freshman year.
Andrews had a career high 51 yards rushing against Alabama A&M in 2013 and a 64 yard kick return in a November 30, 2013 game against Georgia. Both were career highs.
Andrews’ father Dennis, Sr. was a fullback at Florida State, maybe that will be a future destination for the 6-0, 194 pound back.
This makes the return of Broderick Snoddy and the need for an emerging Qua Searcy that much more important as the football season approaches.