|Awarded for||The college football player "who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement"|
|Location||Fort Walton Beach, Florida|
|Presented by||All Sports Association of Fort Walton Beach|
|Currently held by||Trevor Knight, Texas A&M|
The Wuerffel Trophy is an award given annually to the college football player "who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement." The trophy, designed by W. Stanley Proctor and named in honor of former University of Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel by the All Sports Association, shows Wuerffel praying after scoring a touchdown.
|2006||Joel Penton||DT||Ohio State|
|2008||Tim Tebow ||QB||Florida|
|2009||Tim Hiller||QB||Western Michigan|
|2016||Trevor Knight||QB||Texas A&M|
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