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Chantz Anderson
Chantz  Anderson

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Abilene, TX

High School:
Abilene

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 260

Position:
OL



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At Abilene: Three-year starter in football • Helped team to a three-year record of 33-7, three district titles, two bi-district titles and two area championships • Second Team All-State pick as a senior • Earned first team all-district and first team all-big country honors as a junior and senior • Three-time regional qualifier as a member of the power lifting team.

Personal: Chantz A. Anderson • The son of Scott and Patricia Anderson • Has one younger brother, Slayde, and one younger sister, Gentri • Majoring in biology.

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