Henderson State Offers Chapel Hill’s Andrew Black
One of the most productive offensive playmakers in East Texas during the 2013 season got his first offer Monday afternoon.
Chapel Hill senior Andrew Black announced that Henderson State has offered him. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound signal caller had one of the best seasons in the region this past fall, when he led the Bulldogs to a 9-5 record and the Class 3A Division I Region II championship game before Chapel Hill fell to District 16-3A foe Kilgore.
Black accumulated 4,120 total yards of offense and 49 total touchdowns. He completed 192 of 347 passes for 2,817 yards, 29 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions. Black's passing yardage total ranked sixth in the entire greater East Texas region.
He ran for 1,303 yards and 20 scores, averaging 8.4 yards per carry. Black's rushing yardage put him second in the region among quarterbacks, trailing only Alto's Zac Sturns, who ran for 1,391 yards.
Henderson State is a Division II program in Arkadelphia, Ark., that competes in the Great American Conference, which houses several schools that recruit East Texas consistently every year. Southern Arkansas, Ouachita Baptist, and Arkansas Tech are among the schools in the conference.