Andrew Francis
Andrew  Francis

RS Senior

Houston, Texas

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 190




2004-05 (As A Redshirt Freshman)
Played in 24 games...scored a season-best seven points against Rice and Missouri...also netted six points against Sam Houston State and at Missouri...registered four points and four rebounds in his only start of the season against Southeastern Louisiana...pulled down a season-high seven rebounds against Ohio State... grabbed six rebounds against McNeese State...recorded two steals against New Orleans, Lamar, Ohio State and Sam Houston State... blocked two shots versus Lamar and Rice.

2003-04 (As a Freshman)
Was Houston's starting forward in the first four games before suffering a season-ending back injury...scored 13 points and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds against UTEP...had eight rebounds against Lamar...re-corded six points, six rebounds and two blocked shots against Rice...tallied six points against East Tennessee State...received a medical hardship after missing the final 23 games of the season with a back injury.

High School
Gained national attention as a top recruit at the 2002 Adidas ABCD All-Star camp when he demonstrated he could play several positions on the floor...named a High Honorable-Mention High School All-American by Van Coleman's Future Stars magazine...All-District 19-5A selection as a junior and senior at Elsik High School...helped lead the Rams to a Number-Nine state ranking with a 29-8 overall record...ranked second among the Greater Houston area Class 5A leaders in blocked shots with 2.8 per game... ranked third among Elsik's scoring leaders with 9.1 points per game...averaged 15 points, seven rebounds and five assists as a junior...played AAU basketball with the Texas Blue Chips and averaged 15 points and seven rebounds.

Major is Economics...born January 10, 1985, in New Orleans...son of Millicent Francis...hobbies include watching movies...signed with Houston after being recruited by Stanford, Oklahoma, Georgia Tech, Texas, Notre Dame, Baylor, Kansas State, Virginia and Kent State.

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