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Walter Camp Alumni of the Year

Walter Camp “Alumni of the Year” award
Awarded for a worthy individual who has distinguished himself in the pursuit of excellence as an athlete, in his personal career and in doing good works for others
Country United States
Presented by Walter Camp Football Foundation
First awarded 1986
Currently held by Chris Spielman

The Walter Camp “Alumni of the Year” award is bestowed by the Walter Camp Football Foundation on a worthy individual who has distinguished himself in the pursuit of excellence as an athlete, in his personal career and in doing good works for others. He must be an individual who has exhibited dedication and good moral conduct in achieving success. He must be a compassionate and unselfish person who contributes his time and assistance in helping to encourage and comfort fellow human beings less talented and less fortunate than himself. He must be an individual who takes pride in having been a Walter Camp All-American.[1]

Honorees

2013 - Ken Huff, North Carolina
2012 - Derrick Brooks, Florida State
2011 - Chris Spielman, Ohio State
2010 - Tedy Bruschi, Arizona
2009 - David Fulcher, Arizona State
2008 - Tim Brown, Notre Dame
2007 - Ray Guy,[2] Southern Mississippi
2006 - Mike Rozier, Nebraska
2005 - Cornelius Bennett, Alabama
2004 - George Rogers, South Carolina
2003 - Mark May, Pittsburgh
2002 - Dave Casper, Notre Dame
2001 - Herschel Walker, Georgia
2000 - Don McPherson, Syracuse
1999 - Bo Jackson, Auburn
1998 - Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh
1997 - Jim Plunkett, Stanford
1996 - Lee Roy Selmon, Oklahoma
1995 - Jim Covert, Pittsburgh
1994 - Ed Marinaro, Cornell
1993 - Archie Griffin, Ohio State
1992 - Kellen Winslow, Missouri
1991 - Steve Owens, Oklahoma
1990 - Tom Jackson, Louisville
1989 - Dr. Tommy Casanova, Louisiana State
1988 - Alan Page, Notre Dame
1987 - Mike Reid, Penn State
1986 - Joe Greene, North Texas

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.waltercamp.org/newsrelease/release4.htm
  2. ^ http://southernmiss.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/011408aaa.html
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