The awards keep coming in for Lamar Jackson.
The University of Louisville sophomore quarterback was named Walter Camp Player of the Year, which is given to the nations top college football player. He was honored on ESPN's SportsCenter program on Thursday night.
Jackson has also won ACC Player of the Year honors from the media and coaches and was named a first-team All-American by USA Today, the Walter Camp Foundation and Pro Football Focus among others.
He's the first recipient of the Walter Camp Award from Louisville.
Jackson, the school's first Heisman Trophy finalist, finished the regular season holding ACC and school records with 51 touchdowns responsible for (30 passing, 21 rushing), rushing yards by a quarterback with 1,538, and rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 21.
The native of Pompano Beach, Fla., Jackson passed for 3,390 yards and 30 touchdowns.
Jackson wasn't the winner of Davey O'Brein Award (Deshaun Watson) but is also a finalist for the Manning and Maxwell awards.
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