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The National Football League’s Miami Dolphins are the team for which Andrew Van Ginkel lines up as a linebacker. His height is 1.93 m, and his weight is 110 kg. His football career as a quarterback was at Rock Valley Community High School. After his final year of high school football, he did not attend recruiting camps and did not garner interest from many powerhouse universities.

In his first year at college, he played defensive end for the University of South Dakota. In his freshman year, he played for one season before transferring to Iowa Western Community College. He kept up his defensive end position at Iowa Western. In his second season playing linebacker for the Wisconsin Badgers football team, he transferred to the University of Wisconsin.

Miami Dolphins selected Van Ginkel in the fifth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. In September 2019, he was put on injured reserve. On November 20, 2019, he became active. He recovered a fumble dropped by Jared Goff in a November 2020 game against the Los Angeles Rams and returned it for a 78-yard touchdown as part of the team’s 28-17 victory.

Andrew Van Ginkel

This was the second-longest fumble return in Dolphins team history. He forced a fumble on running back Melvin Gordon in Week 11 against the Denver Broncos near the goal line, which the Dolphins recovered during the 20-13 defeat.

Where did Van Ginkel go to college?

Andrew Van Ginkel attended University of South Dakota, Iowa Western Community College and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.