For the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, Andrew Van Ginkel is a linebacker who plays American football. He is 110 kg and 1.93 m tall. He attended and played quarterback for Rock Valley Community High School. Following his final year of high school football, he did not take part in recruiting camps and did not garner interest from many powerhouse universities.
At the University of South Dakota, where he played defensive end, he started his college career. After one season of playing, he left the team and enrolled in Iowa Western Community College. He continued to play defensive end at Iowa Western. He played linebacker for the Wisconsin Badgers football team for two seasons after transferring to the University of Wisconsin.
In the fifth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins selected Van Ginkel. He was put on injured reserve in September of this year. On November 20, 2019, he was put into service. In a 28-17 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in November 2020, he recovered a fumble that Jared Goff had lost and returned it for a touchdown. In the history of the Dolphins team, this was the second-longest fumble return. He caused running back Melvin Gordon to fumble at the goal line in Week 11’s 20-13 loss to the Denver Broncos, and the Dolphins recovered it.
Who Are Andrew Van Ginkel Parents?
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