78 Andrew Norwell

Andrew Norwell Ohio State
usaUnited States
Cincinnati, OH
High School
Past Teams
Ohio State
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Major: Communication (2012-13), Management and Industry (2011), Undeclared (2010)

Weight: 319 (2013), 304 (2012), 302 (2011), 308 (2010)

2013 Media Guide: Andrew Norwell is a key leader on the 2013 Ohio State football team, having battled in the trenches in 36 games and with a team-best total (along with Jack Mewhort) of 25 starting assignments, all of them consecutive and with the last 20 starts at the left guard position … Norwell’s importance to the team and fine play has not gone unnoticed: he was named first-team all-Big Ten Conference (media voters) following the Buckeyes’ undefeated 2012 season.

2012 Media Guide: Andrew is fi ne young offensive lineman who hasn’t had the benefit of a
red-shirt season but who can play virtually anywhere along the line … he has played in 24 games
in his first two seasons and last year as a sophomore he started all 13 games … he started at left
tackle the first five games of the season and then moved to left guard, where he started the final
eight games … he was named honorable mention All-Big Ten Conference in 2011 by the conference
media voters … went his first two seasons at Ohio State – starting in August 2010 and continuing through the 2012 Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl – without getting a haircut.

2011 Media Guide: talented offensive line prospect who can play numerous positions … worked primarily in the spring at left guard behind Jack Mewhort.

2010: true freshman who backed up J.B. Shugarts at right tackle … Rivals Big Ten all-freshman team … first-year letterman.

High School: All-Ohio lineman from Cincinnati Anderson … helped Coach Jeff Geisting’s Redskins to
two state title games … senior season cut short by a leg injury … first team all-state, all-Southwest, all-FAVC conference … his teams had a three-year record of 37-6 … U.S. Army All-American Bowl nominee … also a basketball letterman.

Personal: Son of Julia and Ivar Norwell … brother Chris played at Illinois.



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2012Ohio State12120