Brohm named Prep QB of the Year

Brian Brohm continues to rack up the awards as the National Quarterback Club has named him the Prep Quarterback of the Year.

The National Quarterback Club was named University of Louisville signee Brian Brohm as the National Prep Quarterback of the Year.

Brohm, who is currently helping the Trinity High School baseball team (25-6) on its quest to the state playoffs, is no stranger to awards.

Following his impressive career at Trinity, where he threw for 10,579 yards and 119 touchdowns while guiding the Shamrocks to three straught title crowns, Brohm has collected his share of hardware.

The USA Today Offensive National Player of the Year has collected the Roy Kidd Award, three State Championship MVP's, was named Kentucky's Mr. Football, named to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, two Paul Hornung Award's, Gatorade Player of the Year, Frank Camp Award and more.

The National Quarterback Club has been handing out the honor since 1995 and now adds Brian Brohm to a list that includes former honorees such as Chris Leak, Chris Sims and Tim Couch.

The awards will be handed out on at a ceremony held on June 29th at the JW Marriott Hotel in Washington D.C.

Other awards being handed out will include former Dallas Cowboy great Roger Staubach, former New Orleans Saint Archie Manning, Peyton Manning, who will receive the award for top professional quarterback and Eli Manning, who will receive the award for top collegiate quarterback.

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