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Dickinson State Blue Hawks football signs transfer tight end

The Dickinson State football team signed junior college transfer Tyler Henderson from Mt. San Jacinto (Calif.) College, a press release said Tuesday.Henderson, a 6-foot-6, 245 pound tight end, was a Region IV all-California first-team and all-Ame...

The Dickinson State football team signed junior college transfer Tyler Henderson from Mt. San Jacinto (Calif.) College, a press release said Tuesday.
Henderson, a 6-foot-6, 245 pound tight end, was a Region IV all-California first-team and all-American Mountain first-team selection in two years with Mt. San Jacinto. He tallied 26 catches for nearly 400 yards and three touchdowns over that time. He has two years of eligibility remaining and will join former teammate Jamion Lindsey with the Blue Hawks.
“We are thrilled to have Tyler join our program,” DSU head coach Pete Stanton said in the release. “He is the total package. Tyler has a great frame and length. He catches the ball well in traffic and blocks very well. He was a highly recruited guy who will be a perfect fit for our offense.”

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