Jackie Parker Trophy

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The Jackie Parker Trophy is a Canadian Football League trophy is awarded annually to the Most Outstanding Rookie in the West Division, since 1974. Each team in the West Division nominates a candidate from which a winner is chosen, and either this winner or the winner of the Frank M. Gibson Trophy will receive the Canadian Football League Most Outstanding Rookie Award. The award is named after former CFL star player and coach Jackie Parker.

Before 1974, the Dr. Beattie Martin Trophy was originally awarded to the West's Most Outstanding Rookie before being repurposed. In 1995, as part of the failed American expansion, the Parker trophy was given to the most outstanding rookie in the North Division.

Jackie Parker Trophy winners[edit]

Outstanding Rookie in the West Division prior to the trophy[edit]

See Dr. Beattie Martin Trophy to view other recipients of an award given to the most outstanding rookie in the West Division.

References[edit]

CFL Publications: 2011 Facts, Figures & Records