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Andre Bevil
Andre Bevil

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Orange, Texas

High School:
West Orange-Stark HS

Last College:
Navarro JC

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 175

Position:
QB

Experience:
1L

Bevil appears in Sports Illustrated Faces in the Crowd


2010: Made an immediate splash for the Cardinals after throwing for a school record 429 yards at McNeese State in the first game of the season ... Added three touchdowns in the game as Lamar nearly knocked off the No. 11 team in the country before falling 30-27 ... Threw for 417 yards and a personal-best four touchdowns in Lamar's 29-28 upset victory at Southeastern Louisiana (9/18), becoming the only Cardinal quarterback in school history to post two 400-yard passing games ... His 34 completions against SLU established a new single-game record, breaking the mark of 33 set by John Evans in 1989 ... Was featured in the Oct. 10 issue of Sports Illustrated's Faces in the Crowd ... Finished his junior campaign with 2,013 yards passing and 14 touchdown passes ... His 2,013 passing yards are the fourth-best single-season total in Lamar history, while the 14 TDs ties for fifth best ... His 426 yards of total offense (429 passing/-3 rushing) at McNeese State set the Lamar single game record for total offense ... Finished the season with 2,041 yards of total offense, becoming just the fourth Cardinal ever to record at least 2,000 yards in a single season ... Threw for at least one touchdown in six of the eight games he played at quarterback.

Junior College: Helped lead Navarro College to a 10-1 record and No. 5 ranking in the final National Junior College Athletic AssociationFootball.com Poll in 2008, passing for 1,062 yards and eight touchdowns while completing 65 percent of his attempts ... Also rushed for 100 yards and three TDs ... Averaged 116.1 yards of total offense per game ... Had passing efficiency rating of 117.1, fourth-best in the Southwest Junior College Football Conference ... Passed for season-high 265 yards and three TDs against Trinity Valley in SWJCFC semifinals, leading two five-play scoring drives in the final seven minutes for a 31-20 win ... Followed that with a 220-yard passing game against Blinn College in the SWJCFC championship game ... Threw for 181 yards against Kilgore College ... Had a 66-yard TD run against Trinity Valley in a regular-season game in 2008 ... As a freshman in 2007, threw for 344 yards and six TDs while appearing in six games ... Was 29-of-45 for a .644 completion percentage ... Had 34 carries for 159 yards and four TDs ... Moved from No. 3 to No. 1 on the depth chart after coming off the bench to pass for 129 yards on 7-of-9 accuracy and rushing for 81 yards and two TDs against Tyler Junior College ... Played sophomore season for coach Nick Bobeck and freshman season for coach Ray Woodard, now Lamar's head coach.

High School: Played for legendary coach Dan Ray Hooks at West-Orange Stark High School ... Completed 125 of 195 passes for a .641 percentage and 2,069 yards during his senior season of 2006 ... Threw 25 touchdown passes and earned First-Team All-District 21-3A and Second-Team All-Southeast Texas recognition ... Also made the All-District 21-3A team as a defensive back during junior season ... Helped lead the Mustangs to the Class 3A Division 1 semifinals that year ... Was also a starting forward on the Mustangs' basketball team that advanced to the Class 3A State Tournament in 2006.

Personal: Andre Lee Bevil was born on Feb. 7, 1989 ... Son of Rhonda Bevil ... Criminal justice major.

03/16/2012

Football starts spring practices Tuesday

Cardinals gear up for third season of competition

11/19/2011

Lamar closes season with 45-17 loss to McNeese State

Cardinals finished Southland Conference season with 2-5 mark

11/17/2011

Cardinals host rival McNeese State to close season

Lamar will honor its 19 seniors beore the game

11/14/2011

Marcus Jackson honored by conference

Lamar senior is Special Teams Player of the Week

11/12/2011

Lamar Wins at Nicholls State, 34-26

The Cardinals host long-time rival McNeese State next Saturday at 6 p.m.

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