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Wuerffel Trophy

Wuerffel Trophy
Awarded for The college football player "who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement"
Location Fort Walton Beach, Florida
Country United States
Presented by All Sports Association of Fort Walton Beach
First awarded 2005
Currently held by Deterrian Shackelford
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The Wuerffel Trophy is an award given annually in honor of former University of Florida and Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Danny Wuerffel by the All Sports Association [1] of Fort Walton Beach, Florida (Wuerffel graduated from Fort Walton Beach High School) to the college football player "who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement". [2] The trophy, designed by W. Stanley Proctor, shows Wuerffel praying after scoring a touchdown. [3] [4]


Year Player Position School
2005 Rudy Niswanger C LSU
2006 Joel Penton DT Ohio State
2007 Paul Smith QB Tulsa
2008 Tim Tebow [5] QB Florida
2009 Tim Hiller QB Western Michigan
2010 Sam Acho DE Texas
2011 Barrett Jones OT Alabama
2012 Matt Barkley QB USC
2013 Gabe Ikard OL Oklahoma
2014 Deterrian Shackelford ILB Mississippi


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