Appeared in 43 games, making 10 starts...made 10 catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns...three-time All-Academic selection.
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, making two starts...caught two passes for 14 yards...had a two-yard reception at BYU...made a 12-yard catch in the win over Eastern Washington...named to Pac-12 All-Academic first team...presented the Cougar Academics Excellence Award.
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games and making five starts...made seven catches for 96 yards and one touchdown...caught one pass for 23-yard touchdown against UNLV...had two catches for 29 yards including one for 20 yards at No. 7 Oregon...had two catches for 17 yards in the win over Arizona State...caught two passes for 27 yards in the Apple Cup.
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in seven games, making three starts...lone catch of year, and first of his career, was a four-yard touchdown against Montana State...earned Cougar "Big Hit" award at Oklahoma State...missed two games due to neck injury.
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in each of WSU's 12 games...reserve tight end primarily saw action on special teams...named honorable mention Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic.
Redshirt season while recovering from ankle surgery.
Helped lead team to the league championship as a FRESHMAN...named to the all-league and All-Whatcom County First Teams for head coach Bob Ames as a SOPHOMORE punter...led team to the state championship as a JUNIOR...earned all-district, all-county and all-state on offense after hauling in 49 passes for 718 yards...16 touchdowns were a school record...also named all-district and honorable mention all-state on defense as a junior...caught 35 passes for 628 yards and five touchdowns for league champions as a SENIOR...also rushed 54 times for 442 yards in his final prep season...team captain named Associated Press All-State as both a punter and defensive end...served as his team's punt- and kick-returner...named all-district at each of his positions and earned district defensive MVP honors...named Seattle Times Red Chip prospect...ranked one of Scout.com's top 50 Washington prospects (No. 36)...selected to play in East-West All-State Game...second player in Meridian High history to be offered a Division I scholarship...was a post on Meridian's basketball team...three-time letterwinner and two-year captain...team was a district qualifier both freshman and sophomore seasons...named to the all-state tournament first team, honorable mention all-state and team offensive most valuable player as a junior...also played defender on the Trojans' soccer team...four-year letterwinner and two-year captain...team won the league championship his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons...named second-team all-league as a sophomore.
Andrei Lintz...parents Jeff and Galina...younger brother Pavel...grandfather Yuri played professional soccer in Russia...sport management major.
- Top-five Washington State prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft: 3. TE Andrei Lintz...Of the five players featured on this list, Lintz is the player whose chance at the NFL is perhaps the most enhanced with Leach taking over the program. While the traditional tight end rarely makes an impact in Leach's offense, the Cougars don't plan on using Lintz as an-line blocker. His role, in fact, is expected to be more of a slot receiver, where his unusual combination of size and athleticism could make him a true matchup nightmare. Lintz, a native of Russia, signed with Washington State despite only beginning to play football in high school. He was rarely used under Wulff and enters his senior campaign with only eight career catches for 100 yards and two scores. As Leach implemented his offense this past spring, Lintz stepped to the forefront and longtime Washington State observers feel that he could be on the verge of a breakout senior campaign. Given his size and fluidity, some scouts might see Lintz as an intriguing developmental project worthy of late round consideration. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
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