Pete Dawkins Trophy

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The Pete Dawkins Trophy is awarded to most valuable player of the annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The trophy is named for Pete Dawkins, a former Army halfback who won the 1958 Heisman Trophy.

Past winners[edit]

DeSean Jackson receives the Pete Dawkins Trophy from General Richard A. Cody at the 2005 All-American Bowl.
Season Player Position High school College
2001 Dominic Robinson WR Diamond Bar High School Florida State
2002 Vince Young QB Madison High School Texas
2003 Chris Leak QB Independence High School Florida
2004 Ted Ginn, Jr. WR Glenville High School Ohio State
2005 DeSean Jackson WR Long Beach Polytechnic High School California
2006 Chris Wells RB Garfield High School Ohio State
2007 Chris Galippo LB Servite High School USC
2008 Terrelle Pryor QB Jeannette High School Ohio State
2009 Tajh Boyd
Bryce Brown
QB
RB
Phoebus High School
Wichita High School East
Clemson
Tennessee
2010 Ronald Powell DE Rancho Verde High School Florida
2011 Demetrius Hart RB Dr. Phillips High School Alabama
2012 Dorial Green-Beckham
Cyler Miles
WR
QB
Hillcrest High School
J.K. Mullen High School
Missouri
Washington
2013 James Quick WR Trinity High School Louisville