Who is Drew Estrada – Prior to Baylor: Spent four seasons at Dartmouth College … granted a fifth year due to a medical hardship … left ranked 14th at Dartmouth with 2,392 career all-purpose yards … also 12th in career receptions (110) and 15th in receiving yards (1,418) … Phil Steele 2020 FCS Preseason All-American at two positions — all-purpose second team and punt returner fourth team
Phil Steele Preseason All-Ivy League at four positions: first team all-purpose, second team wide receiver and punt returner, and third team kickoff returner …. Had very strong 2019 season … All-Ivy League Second Team at both wide receiver and return specialist … first team wide receiver according to Phil Steele … named to FCS Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team … recipient of the team’s Reggie Williams Award as the player who through leadership and action has made Dartmouth a better place
Drew Estrada Biography
Led the conference and ranked 13th nationally in all-purpose yards per game (137.1) … fourth in the FCS in punt return average (17.0) … second in the league in touchdown catches (8), fourth in receiving yards per game (82.7) and sixth in receptions per game (5.1) … 2018 recipient of Dartmouth’s Charles (Stubby) Pearson Award as the underclassman whose character, leadership on campus, high academic standing and performance on the playing field most resembles that of Charles (Stubby) Pearson ’42, captain of 1941 football team who died while serving in the U.S. Navy in World War II
Not only major contributor during 2018 season as he led the team with 27 receptions, but also ran the ball 20 times on jet sweeps and end arounds, averaging 7.0 yards per carry (second highest on the team minimum two carries) … as a sophomore in 2017, was second-leading receiver for Dartmouth in both catches (32) and yardage (318) … also ran the ball 22 times for 106 yards on end arounds and returned nine kickoffs at an average of just over 19 yards … played in all 10 games … redshirted in 2016 due to injury
High School: Four-year letterman for coach Todd Rogers at Argyle … Caught 67 passes for 1,071 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior for 14-2 District 6-4A champions … added 348 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground … also punted and even took some kickoffs … all-district selection … Rivals all-area first team … Argyle posted a record of 56-5 during his four years, reaching the state championship game three times and winning it as a sophomore … captained football and soccer teams as a senior and also competed in track for three years … district MVP in soccer as a senior.
Personal: Son of Aaron and Kendra Estrada … father played football at SMU and grandfather at Arlington State … ranked nationally as a distance runner in elementary school … cousin Andrew Sisco pitched for the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox in the mid-2000s … completed undergraduate degree in sociology modified economics in December 2020 … will enroll at Baylor in January 2020