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2017 Stanford football awards banquet

 

2017 Stanford Football Awards

Tommy Vardell Award

Presented to the junior or senior who epitomizes excellence in both athletics and academics

Mike Tyler

Team Technician Award

Presented to the player whose commitment to technique, effort, attitude and mental discipline enhance their performance on the field

Daniel Marx

Billy Anderson Commitment to Community Outreach Award

Presented to an offensive player who displays a special commitment to community outreach

Ryan Burns

Chris Draft Commitment to Community Outreach Award

Presented to a defensive player who displays a special commitment to community outreach

Harrison Phillips

Outstanding Freshman Award

Presented to the top first-year player

Walker Little

Deswarte-Eller Award

Presented to the most outstanding second-year player

K.J. Costello

Gundelach Award

Presented to the top third-year player

Bryce Love and Justin Reid

Outstanding Senior Award

Presented to an exceptional graduating senior player

Bobby Okereke

Frank Rehm Award

Presented to the most valuable back and most valuable linemen in the Big Game

Cameron Scarlett, Justin Reid and Joey Alfieri

Phil Moffat Award

Presented to the most outstanding special teams player

Brandon Simmons and Jake Bailey

Greg Piers Award

Presented to the most valuable scout team members

Houston Heimuli, Gabe Reid, Stuart Head

Jim Reynolds Award

Presented to the senior player whose courage on the field and dedication to the game are an inspiration to all

Alameen Murphy

Jack Huston Award

Presented to the player exemplifying aggressiveness, exceptional performance, and unheralded efforts

Harrison Phillips

Al Masters Award

Presented to the player displaying the highest degree of leadership and respect of his teammates

David Bright

Irving S. Zeimer Award

Presented to the team's most valuable player

Bryce Love

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