Lamar Jackson wins Player of Year Award

University of Louisville quarterback commitment Lamar Jackson of Boynton Beach, Fla., has been named Palm Beach County, Fla., Player of the Year at the Lou Groza Awards in West Palm Beach.

University of Louisville football commitment Lamar Jackson of Boynton Beach, Fla., won quite an honor on Tuesday night.

Jackson was named the Player of the Year in the ultra-competitive Palm Beach County, Fla., area during the Lou Groza Awards in West Palm Beach, Fla.

In his final five games, Jackson finished with 24 total touchdowns before his team lost to nationally ranked Miami Central in the playoffs to finish 10-2.

Jackson was 18-4 as the starter in two seasons.

One of the top commitments among the 21 for Louisville, Jackson is a dual-threat quarterback ranked as the No. 30 player at his position nationally and No. 8 in the South Region by

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