Mr. Football Award (Louisiana)

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The Louisiana Mr. Football Award is an honor given to the top high school football player in the state of Louisiana. Past winners have often proceeded to have successful college careers and play in the National Football League (NFL) and other professional football leagues.[1][2][3]

Award winners[edit]

Professional teams listed are teams known.

Year Player High School College Professional team(s)
1993 Peyton Manning, QB Newman Tennessee Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos
1995 Cecil Collins, RB Leesville LSU, McNeese State Miami Dolphins
1996 Travis Minor, RB Catholic Florida State Miami Dolphins, St. Louis Rams
1997 Adam McConathy, LB West Monroe LSU, Texas, Louisiana Tech
1998 Bradie James, LB West Monroe LSU Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans
1999 Brock Berlin, QB Evangel Florida, Miami Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys, St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions
2000 Byron Robertson, RB St. Thomas Aquinas
2001 Jason Miller, RB Iota McNeese State
2002 Robert Lane, QB Neville Ole Miss
2003 Chris Markey, RB Jesuit UCLA Zurich Renegades (Switzerland)
2004 Ryan Perrilloux, QB East St. John LSU, Jacksonville State Hartford Colonials (UFL), New York Giants, Calgary Stampeders (CFL), New Orleans VooDoo (AFL)
2005 Charles Scott, RB Jonesboro-Hodge LSU Philadelphia Eagles, Arizona Cardinals, New York Giants
2006 Joe McKnight, RB John Curtis USC New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL)
2007 Randall Mackey, QB Bastrop Ole Miss
2008 Blake Matherne, QB Belle Chasse Nicholls State
2009 Gavin Webster, QB Lutcher Southeastern Louisiana, Southern (Baseball)
2010 Anthony Johnson, DL O.P. Walker LSU Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts
2011 Landon Collins, DB Dutchtown Alabama New York Giants
2012 John Diarse, QB Neville LSU, TCU
2013 Leonard Fournette, RB St. Augustine LSU Jacksonville Jaguars
2014 Deshawn Capers-Smith, QB Warren Easton Texas A&M
2015 Lindsey Scott, Jr., QB Zachary LSU
2016 Keytaon Thompson, QB Landry Walker Mississippi State
2017 Slade Bolden, RB West Monroe Alabama

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PelicanPreps.com - Mr. Football". Pelicanpreps.rivals.com. Retrieved 2013-08-19. 
  2. ^ "LSWA Mr. Football". 14-0productions.com. Retrieved 2013-08-19. 
  3. ^ "LSWA's Mr. Football award". nola.com. Retrieved 2016-01-03. 

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