As most of you know I'm not a huge college football fan. I watch maybe two college football games a year. The college football season's awards were handed out on Thursday with the exception of the Heisman which will be awarded tonight.
Plus Army is playing Navy this afternoon which is a game I get jacked up for. To help me out I've enlisted the help of Mocking the Draft guru Dan Kadar. Here are his thought's on today's NFL prospects:
It's always tough to project the Army-Navy game because the players have the mandatory two-year service agreement. One player to watch is Army senior defensive end Josh McNary. He projects as an outside linebacker in the NFL at 6'1, 235 pounds. He's seen extra blockers this year, but was fun to watch in 2009. As a junior, he had 22.5 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks. The tackles for loss average per game was good for second in the nation. That's impressive no matter who you play.
Use this thread to talk about the Heisman, Army-Navy, the regular season college football awards, or anything else college football this afternoon and evening.
Complete list of 2010 College Football Award Winners:
Maxwell (nation’s best all-around player): Cam Newton, Auburn
Davey O'Brien (nation’s best quarterback): Cam Newton, Auburn
Doak Walker (nation’s best running back): LaMichael James, Oregon
Biletnikoff (nation’s best receiver): Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
John Mackey (nation's best tight end): D.J. Williams, Arkansas
Rimington (outstanding center): Jake Kirkpatrick, TCU
Chuck Bednarik (nation’s best defensive player): Patrick Peterson, LSU
Butkus (nation’s best linebacker): Von Miller, Texas A&M
Outland Trophy (nation’s best interior lineman): Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin
Jim Thorpe (nation’s best defensive back): Peterson
Vince Lombardi (top lineman): Nick Fairley, Auburn
Bronko Nagurski (best defensive player): Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson
Lou Groza (nation’s best kicker): Dan Bailey, Oklahoma State
Ray Guy (nation’s best punter): Chas Henry, Florida
William V. Campbell Trophy (academic success): Sam Acho, Texas
Frank Broyles (top assistant coach): Gus Malzahn, Auburn
Coach of the Year: Gene Chizik, Auburn