72 - Andrew Radakovich
|Previous College:||Penn State|
2010 (Sophomore): Started all 11 games at left tackle...played every YSU offensive snap 626 in conference play…was on field for all 98 official snaps versus Illinois State...in league action YSU averaged 422.2 yards per game…showed great balance with 212 passing and 210.2 rushing yards per game…overall the 412 total offense yards per game was a school record…helped protect the blindside of MVFC Freshman of the Year QB Kurt Hess as he threw for more than 2,000 yards...blocked for TB Jamaine Cook as he rushed for more than 1,000 yards...earned his second letter.
2009 (R-Freshman): Named to the Missouri Valley Football Conference's All-Newcomer team...played in all 11 games making nine starts on the offensive line...started eight games at left tackle, including the final four of the season and had a start at right tackle...one of just two offensive linemen to play in all 11 games (Brian Mellott)...posted a season grade of 70 percent...saw action on 501 snaps, third highest among the unit...season-high grade was 79 percent at Northeastern...played a season-high 75 plays against Missouri State...played over 60 snaps four times and more than 50 on six occasions...blocked on placement kicks...did not start against Pitt and Southern Illinois...earned his first letter.
PENN STATE: Was a member of the Penn State program in 2008...redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable-Mention Division IV All-Ohio selection...ranked as the 55th-best senior in Ohio by ScoutingOhio.com...was a first-team all-Eastern District Division IV selection...first-team All-Valley Big School pick...helped pave the way for a rushing offense to amass more than 2,000 yards in 10-game regular season...in 2007, Big Red were 12-1 with lone loss coming to Cardinal Mooney in state semifinals...coach was Reno Saccoccia...won SHS Football Mothers Award.
PERSONAL: Parents are Robert and Marjorie Radakovich...has two brothers (Adam, Brian)...born June 13, 1990...brother Brian played one year of football and was a four-year letterwinner in basketball for the Penguins...Brian lettered in football as a tight end in 2005...major is accounting.