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NAIA Football Player of the Year Award

NAIA Football Player of the Year Award
Awarded for best college football player in the NAIA
Country United States
First awarded 1997
Currently held by Jimmy Coy
Official website http://news.sxu.edu/2012/12/quarterback-jimmy-coy-named-rawlings-naia-national-football-player-of-the-year/

Rawlings-NAIA Football Player of the Year is award sponsor by Rawlings that is awarded to the best college football player in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.

Winners

Year Name School
1997 Bo Hurley University of Findlay
1998 Jack Williams Azusa Pacific University
1999 Eddie Eviston Georgetown College
2000 Eddie Eviston Georgetown College
2001 Eddie Eviston Georgetown College
2002 Nick Kortan University of Sioux Falls
2003 Tyler Emmert Carroll College
2004 Cory Jacquay University of Saint Francis
2005 Tyler Emmert Carroll College
2006 Brian Kurtz University of Saint Francis
2007 Chad Cavender University of Sioux Falls
2008 Owen Koeppen Carroll College
2009 Lorenzo Brown University of Sioux Falls
2010 Jon Ryan University of Sioux Falls
2011 Chance Demarais Carroll College
2012 Jimmy Coy Saint Xavier University

Winners By School

Team Winners Years
Carroll College 4 2003, 2005, 2008, 2011
Sioux Falls 4 2002, 2007, 2009, 2010
Georgetown 3 1999, 2000, 2001
Saint Francis 2 2004, 2006
Azusa Pacific 1 1998
Findlay 1 1997
Saint Xavier 1 2012

External links

http://news.sxu.edu/2012/12/quarterback-jimmy-coy-named-rawlings-naia-national-football-player-of-the-year/

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