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#69 Josh Andrews
Position: Offensive Guard
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 304
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fontana, Calif.
High School: Colony HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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Josh Andrews Biography
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 07/15/2013

The New Starter on the Offensive Line (GT, 4/18/11)

OREGON STATE – 2013: Josh, known best as “Juice” on the OSU campus, is one of two linemen, along with Michael Philipp, to start all 13 games – all at left guard … finished his career with 32 career starts including 30 in a row … extremely consistent player. 2012: Josh started all 12 games at left guard. 2011: Moved from center to left guard during the spring practice session and had won the job by the end of spring … began the season as the starter at left guard before injuring his right knee at Wisconsin and missed the next three games (UCLA, Arizona State and Arizona) … finally returned to action off the bench at Utah … returned to the starting lineup the next week against Stanford and started the final four games (six in all). 2010: Saw action in the final six games, mostly on special teams … primary back-up center. 2009: Redshirt.

COLONY: Started three seasons at offensive tackle … earned first team All-Mt. Baldy League three times at tackle … earned All-CIF Central Division honors three times … Rivals.com three-star athlete and rated the 56th-best offensive guard in the nation … helped Colony to the CIF-Central Division title … 36 tackles as a senior as a defensive lineman … also played power forward for Colony’s basketball team.

PERSONAL: Born June 21, 1991 in Los Angeles … son of Nate and Tanya Smith … has two siblings, Darrell and Devin … cousin, Daniel Drayton, played safety for the Beavers 2004-07 … participated in Beavers Without Borders trip to Silti, Ethiopia in the summer of 2012 – built two houses for underprivileged families … chose Oregon State because “I really like the coaches and I feel they can teach me a lot. Also I fell in love with the community at OSU and I get along with the players really well. But the most important reason is I can get a good education at Oregon State” … graduated in December with a degree in sociology.

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