The annual award is presented to the most versatile player in major college football by the Louisville Sports Commission.
Victor Bolden, a native of Fontana, Calif., was among the Pac-12 Conference leaders for all-purpose yards last season, averaging 104.2 yards per game. With Brandin Cooks moving on to the NFL, his role has the potential to greatly increase.
Bolden’s overall total for all-purpose yards was 1,355 trailing only Brandin Cooks’ 2,019 on the Beavers’ roster in 2013.
A 16-member selection committee of media members and former players determine a pool of finalists and vote the Hornung Award, with a fan vote on Facebook accounting for a 17th vote. The winner will be honored at a banquet in Louisville in January.
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