Jerry Rice Award

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Jerry Rice Award
Given forMost outstanding freshman player in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS)
CountryUnited States
Presented bySTATS LLC
History
First award2011
Most recentBryson Armstrong, Kennesaw State
Websitewww.fcs.football

The Jerry Rice Award is awarded annually in the United States to the most outstanding freshman player in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) of college football as chosen by a nationwide panel of media and college sports information directors.[1]

The trophy is named in honor of Jerry Rice the National Football League (NFL) hall of fame wide receiver, who starred at Mississippi Valley State University.

Winners[edit]

Year Player School Position
2011 Terrance West Towson Running back
2012 John Robertson Villanova Quarterback
2013 Cooper Kupp Eastern Washington Wide receiver
2014 Chase Edmonds Fordham Running back
2015 Case Cookus Northern Arizona Quarterback
2016 A. J. Hines Duquesne Running back
2017 Bryson Armstrong Kennesaw State Linebacker

References[edit]

  1. ^ Craig Haley. "Jerry Rice Award to honor FCS Freshman of the Year". The Sports Network. Retrieved 2011-08-18.

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