Mr. Football Award (Florida)

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The Florida Mr. Football Award is an honor given to the top high school football player in the state of Florida. Awarded by Dairy Farmers, Inc. and the Florida Athletic Coaches Association, many past winners have proceeded to have successful college careers and play in the National Football League.

Award winners[edit]

Professional teams listed are teams known.

Year Player High School College Professional team(s)
1992 Jammi German Ft. Myers Miami (FL) Atlanta Falcons
1993 Shevin Wiggins Manatee Nebraska
1994 Daunte Culpepper Vanguard Central Florida Minnesota Vikings
Miami Dolphins
Oakland Raiders
Detroit Lions
Sacramento Mountain Lions (UFL)
1995 Frankie Franklin Sandalwood Holmes/Indiana
1996 Travis Henry Frostproof Tennessee Buffalo Bills
Tennessee Titans
Denver Broncos
1997 Zain Gilmore Robinson Missouri Gulf Coast Raiders (AIFA)
1998 Anquan Boldin Pahokee Florida State Arizona Cardinals
Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers
1999 Willie Green Osceola Florida
2000 Adrian McPherson Southeast Florida State Indiana Firebirds (AFL)
New Orleans Saints
Austin Wranglers (AFL)
Grand Rapids Rampage
Montreal Alouettes (CFL)
2001 Leon Washington Jackson Florida State New York Jets
Seattle Seahawks
2002 Andre Reese Taylor Carson–Newman College
2003 Xavier Lee Seabreeze Florida State Baltimore Ravens
Southern New Hampshire Beavers (New England Football League)
Arkansas Twisters (af2)
Oklahoma City Yard Dawgs (AFL)
Arizona Rattlers (AFL)
Pittsburgh Power (AFL)
Las Vegas Locomotives (UFL)
2004 Antone Smith Pahokee Florida State Detroit Lions
Minnesota Vikings
Houston Texans
Atlanta Falcons
2005 Tim Tebow Nease Florida Denver Broncos
New York Jets
2006 Robert Marve Plant Miami (FL)/Purdue Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2007 Jacory Harris Miami Northwestern Miami (FL) Philadelphia Eagles
Edmonton Eskimos (CFL)
2008 A.J. Graham Godby Marshall
2009 Matt Elam Dwyer Florida Baltimore Ravens
2010 Quentin Williams Jefferson Bethune-Cookman
2011 Randy “Duke” Johnson Norland Miami (FL)
2012 Derrick Henry Yulee Alabama
2013 Dalvin Cook Miami Central Florida State

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