Andring Earns Tight End MVP Honors

Travis Andring is a 6-3, 240-pound tight end that recently took home Tight End MVP Honors at the Schuman's National Underclassman Combine in Pittsburgh.

Travis Andring has an ideal combination of size and speed to be a great tight end at the next level. Andring was selected as the Tight End MVP at a recent Schuman's National Underclassman Combine held at Ringgold High School.

"It's fun," Andring said of earning the award. "I didn't come in expecting to get MVP, so I'm satisfied."

Andring has already been to a few schools for some unofficial visits, and is in the early stages of seeing where he will go this summer. He was one of about 40 junior prospects at the Pitt junior day back in early March.

"We went to the Villanova game, the basketball game, and it was a good time," Andring said of his trip to Pitt. "They have a new offense there. They talked about it. I don't know yet (about prospect camp), but we'll see."

Andring also has his sights set on some Ivy League schools because of his grades. So far, he has only taken unofficial visits to Pitt, Bucknell and Penn.

"Other than that, I don't have anything else planned," Andring said. "I'm not going to do anymore combines; probably just a couple more camps at some colleges."

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