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Mason Fairchild and His March to Success!

Fairchild is a tide end at KU is in his 5th year
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Mason Fairchild a former TE/DE at Andale High School for the Andale Indians football team has made leaps and bounds as a KU Jayhawk football player. Fairchild finished his senior season 11-1 and as 2018 District Champions but ended up loosing to Pratt in the playoffs witch ended his 2018 season.  In July 2019 Fairchild also represented Andale at the Kansas Shrine Bowl West Team. Everyone by now knows  Fairchild has continued to make improvements to his game and been a key player for the Jayhawks at the Univertity of Kansas living the dream as a D1 offensive TE.

Mason Fairchild in his years as a D1 football player has racked up some impressive performances. Fairchild was named Second Team All Big-12. Ahead of the 2023 season, Fairchild was named a Preseason Third-Team All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele and Athlon Sports. Fairchild would also be named to the John Mackey Award watch list, which is given to the nation’s best tight ends. On Saturday, October 28, the University of Kansas played the #6 nationally ranked Oklahoma Sooners. This particular game put KU on the map once again with an upset against a 7-0 OU team vs KU 5-2 team. Fairchild had the second most receiving yards on the team that day with 62 yards and an avg of 20.7 yards per catch. KU beat OU in a neck to neck game with a score of 38-33.

Some other impressive stats from Fairchild at The University of Kansas

  • Since the start of the ’22 season Farichild’s 8 recieving TD’s are 3rd most among active Power 5 tight ends
  • Semifinalist for the ’23 William V. Campbell Trophy, awarded by the National Football Foundation (award is for premier college football players with academic success, on-field performance, and exemplary leadership)
  • ’23 Team Captain
  • ’23 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team
  • ’23 Spring Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Award
  • ’21 & ’20  Academic All-Big 12 Football First Team

Take a look at his draft profile here

Senior year (’18) at Andale High School

Category 2018-19 Nat Avg.
Receiving Yards 75 12.8
Yards Per Catch 25.0 13.7
Receptions 3 9
Receiving Yards Per Game 37.5 17.3
Receiving TD’s 1 2
Total TD’s 1 3

Stats as a TE at University of Kansas
REC YDS AVG
years 4 / 21 317 15.1
years 3/ 35 443 12.7
years 2/ 13 128 9.8
first year / 5 57 11.4

 

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Samuel Kuepker, Andale HS - Renwick Review
I am a sophomore and this is my first year in Renwick Review. I am involved in football, basketball, and golf all year. I appreciate all my coaches; they push me to my full potential that is what inspires me the most. What I appreciate about Renwick is the community because  it's so full of nice, and fun people.
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