USF Football Awards Banquet '08 Photo Gallery
Josh Newberg & Larry Weisbaum
Leroy Selmon, George & Jane Morgan, Jim & Laurie Ragsdale
Endowment recipients Matt Grothe, George Selvie, Mike Ford
Glenn and Linda Ruediger Football Endowment Scholarship -Nate Allen
Team captain awards to Brouce Mompremier, Benjamin Williams, Tyrone McKenzie, Jake Griffin, Carlton Williams, Marcus Edwards
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR AWARD -Kion Wilson -In recognition of the freshman football player who achieved outstanding performance through great work ethic, dedication and pride in his first year of college competition
Coach Ronnie McKeefery
Ronnie McKeefery with OVERACHIEVER AWARD winner -Mark Popek -Presented to the freshman football player who achieved outstanding performance levels in the areas of strength and conditioning while demonstrating an intense, tireless work ethic.
Graduate Assistant Jared Davis
Graduate Assistant Mike Lube
Graduate Assistant Pat St. Louis
GOLDEN BULL AWARD - Offense: Evan Landi Defense: Charlton Sinclair
In recognition of the Scout squad player who provided the greatest contribution to the team through hard work effort, dedication and weekly preparation for the opponent
Coach Carl Franks
GREEN & GOLD PRIDE AWARD -Shawn Cannon
-In recognition of the walk on who through his efforts on and off the field best represents South Florida football with quality play, leadership and work ethic
Coach Larry Scott
LEE ROY SELMON AWARD -Brouce Mompremier- In recognition of the individual who displays the greatest courage perseverance and determination in pursuit of team goals
FIRST TEAMER AWARD -Ben Williams- In recognition of the player that exemplifies leadership on and off the field, great character, physical and mental toughness. Is dependable and has high academic standards.
COACHES AWARD -Matt Huners - In recognition of the player who makes a substantive yet unrecognized contribution; a person whose bravery is unknown or unacknowledged.
Coach Kevin Patrick
OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE FRONT SEVEN PLAYER - George Selvie - In recognition of the defensive front seven player who demonstrated the most outstanding performance, leadership and effort throughout the season
Coach Mike Simmonds
OUTSTANDING OFFENSIVE LINEMAN - Griffin & Marc Dile - In recognition of the offensive lineman who demonstrated the most outstanding performance, leadership and effort throughout the season. Jake
Coach John Hendricks
OUTSTANDING SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER - Maikon Bonani - In recognition of the individual who demonstrated the most outstanding performance on Special Teams and took great pride in making the Special Teams an equal partner to the offensive and defensive units of the Bulls football program
Jim & Laurie Ragsdale OFFENSIVE PLAYMAKER OF THE YEAR -Matt Grothe -In recognition of the offensive skill player who showcases his skills and talents by making plays on game day
Coach Troy Douglas & DEFENSIVE PLAYMAKERS OF THE YEAR - Carlton Williams - In recognition of the defensive skill player who showcases his skills and talents by making plays on game day
Coach Greg Gregory
USF Head Coach Jim Leavitt
Coach Gregory & John & Cynthia Ruzic OFFENSIVE MVP - Jessie Hester JR - In recognition of the most valuable offensive player
Coach Wally Burnham
John & Cynthia Ruzic DEFENSIVE MVP- Tyrone McKenzie- In recognition of the most valuable defensive player
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