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10   John Hendrick
John Hendrick

Class:
Graduated

Hometown:
Tampa, Fla.

High School:
Sickles

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 198

Position:
QB

Experience:
*


• At Navy: Enters the fall battling sophomore Will Worth for third on the depth chart at quarterback ... did not participate in spring drills after tearing his ACL in practice last fall and it is not known as of yet if he will be ready for fall practice ... has earned one varsity letter.

• 2013: Suffered a season-ending knee injury (ACL) at practice the week leading into the Duke game ... relieved starter Keenan Reynolds at the 4:09 mark in the second quarter of the Western Kentucky game ... completed five os his 13 passes for 56 yards and threw two interceptions ... carried the ball five times for nine yards ... made his first appearance of the year in the Mids' home opener against Delaware ... carried the ball eight times for 51 yards and scored his first collegiate touchdown, a one-yarder ... had a career-long 20-yard run against the Blue Hens ... completed one of his two passes, a four-yard completion to Devin Crayton.

• 2012: Made his collegiate debut at Penn State where he completed two of his three passes for 32 yards, including a 28-yard completion to senior receiver Brandon Turner ... carried the ball twice for no gain.

• 2011: Did not see any varsity action.

• High School / Personal: A 2011 graduate of Sickles High School, Hendrick was a four-year letterwinner in football and lettered twice in soccer ... named an Honorable Mention All-State (Fla.) selection in football his senior year ... selected to play in the 2011 Global Bowl, a scholar-athlete all-star football game played in Germany against a German all-star team ... member of the National Honor Society and the Math Honor Society ... son of John and Katherine Steele-Hendrick ... father played football at Pitt and has been a college or professional coach for 30 years ... he has had coaching stints with the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers on the professional level and at Temple, South Florida, South Carolina State, Benedict College (head coach), Mississippi State, Temple, Louisiana State, Texas A&M, Pittsburgh, Southern, Delaware State and Alabama State collegiately ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

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