Tindall Ready For Recruiting

Andrew Tindall, a 5-11, 190 pound, 4.48 RB out of Cedar Falls (Iowa) HS ran for nearly 1500 yards and 20 TDs in his junior year. Read more about Tindall, his season, and his plans for the summer in this premium recruiting update.

Andrew Tindall, a 5-11, 190 pound RB from Cedar Falls (Iowa) HS has begun hearing from a few schools, and after seeing his stats from his junior campaign, it's easy to see why.

Cedar Falls finished the year ranked #5 in Iowa 4A, eliminated in the quarterfinals of the state tournament. Tindall finished with 1441 yards on 271 carries (5.3 YPC) and 20 touchdowns with only 2 fumbles, 1 lost. He earned 2nd-team All-Conference running back, earning 1st-team honors in the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Metro Area.

"I had a real good year this year," Tindall said. "I kept injury free. Coaches just kept getting me the ball and I tried to be the best I could. I think i kept getting stronger and stronger as the year went on."

Even with such a good year, Tindall can find room for improvement in his 275 pound bench, 465 pound squat, and 4.48 independently hand-timed 40-yard dash.

"I need to improve on my upper body strength," he said. "I have a pretty strong lower body, just being able to pound of tackles more. I think speed plays a big role, so i need to get my time down and get stronger."

Tindall is hearing from Iowa, Kansas, Utah and Minnesota. He's still waiting for his first offer, but he has a few schools in mind he's hoping to hear more from.

"I really enjoy Iowa," he said. "My sister was going to Iowa, I went down to a few games, I really enjoyed the atmosphere. Both my parents went to University of Wisconsin-Madison. Just the top academic schools too, which can give me the best education."

Tindall plans to attend camps at Iowa, Wisconsin, Iowa State, Minnesota, and Northern Iowa. We'll check in with Tindall throughout the spring and summer as he continues toward his senior season.

from Tindall, with highlights from his junior year.

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