Dakota State University football coach Josh Anderson has signed Harrisburg's Andrew McCuen.
Most recently, McCuen played in the South Dakota High School all-star game in Aberdeen. He was Harrisburg's quarterback, guiding the Tigers to an 8-3 overall record and reaching the Class 11A championship game.
McCuen, at 5-11 and 165 pounds, completed 101 of 205 passes for 1,745 yards and 16 touchdowns for the Tigers. He rushed 161 times for 903 yards and 12 scores, and completed 202 of 400 passes for 3,386 yards and 33 touchdowns.
McCuen was selected to the All-State and All-Conference teams. He was a member of the Argus Leader Elite 45 team.
"Andrew is a duel-threat quarterback that does not make very many mistakes," said Anderson. "He throws the ball with accuracy, but also knows when to leave the pocket and make things happen with his legs. I like that he is smart with the ball and has proven to be a very successful leader. His character and work ethic will be a perfect match with the Trojan football program."
McCuen was a member of the National Honor Society at Harrisburg High School. He is the son of Ron and Amy McCuen of Sioux Falls.