Position
Offensive Line
Height
6'3
Weight
280 lbs.
Class
Junior
Hometown
Holland, Ohio
High School
St. John's HS

CAREER
Played in seven games with no starts during his three years with the Tigers … Transferred to LSU in 2005 after spending the 2004 season at the University of Toledo.

SENIOR SEASON (2007)
Served as a backup on the offensive line for the Tigers … Did not see any game action in 2007.

JUNIOR SEASON (2006)
Played in seven games, all in a backup role … Saw action on 80 plays from scrimmage … Recorded nine knockdown blocks and five pancake blocks … Recorded a season-high five knockdowns against Kentucky … Made a season-best two pancake blocks in the Tigers’ victory over Fresno State.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2005)
Did not see any game action, gaining his eligibility following his transfer from the University of Toledo … Practiced with the Tigers during the 2005 season.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2004)
Redshirted as a true freshman at Toledo in 2004 … The Rockets were 9-3 and played Connecticut in the Motor City Bowl … Moved from offensive guard to center during the spring of 2005.

HIGH SCHOOL
Earned first-team All-Ohio, first-team All-City League as an offensive lineman and second-team All-City League as a defensive lineman as a senior … Selected to play in the Big 33 Classic, as well as the North-South All-Star Game … Named District Lineman of the Year … Named to the All-Toledo Blade team … Named honorable mention all-city and second-team all-district as a junior … Played for coach Doug Pearson … Also played baseball.

PERSONAL
Full name is Andrew Scott Decker … Born on October 1, 1985, in Phoenix … Parents are Scott Decker and Leslie Stately … Has two siblings – Corey Decker and Kale Stately … Majoring in business.

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