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Ted Hendricks Award

Ted Hendricks Award
Awarded for The top defensive end in college football
Country United States
Presented by Ted Hendricks Foundation
First awarded 2002
Currently held by Nate Orchard, Utah
Official website http://tedhendricks.com/award.htm

The Ted Hendricks Award is given annually to college football's top defensive end. The award is named after Ted Hendricks, who is a member of both the College Football Hall of Fame as well as the Pro Football Hall of Fame and is presented by his own 501(c)(3) foundation, called the Ted Hendricks Foundation.

Winners

Year Winner School
2002 Terrell Suggs Arizona State
2003 David Pollack Georgia
2004 David Pollack Georgia
2005 Elvis Dumervil Louisville
2006 LaMarr Woodley Michigan
2007 Chris Long Virginia
2008 Brian Orakpo Texas
2009 Jerry Hughes TCU
2010 Da'Quan Bowers Clemson
2011 Whitney Mercilus Illinois
2012 Jadeveon Clowney South Carolina
2013 Jackson Jeffcoat Texas
2014 Nate Orchard Utah

Trophies won by school

School Winners
Georgia 2
Texas 2
Arizona State 1
Clemson 1
Illinois 1
Louisville 1
Michigan 1
South Carolina 1
TCU 1
Virginia 1
Utah 1

External links

  • Official site


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