Winners of the Maxwell Award for the outstanding collegiate player, presented by the Maxwell Memorial Football Club of Philadelphia:
2008-Tim Tebow, Florida, QB
2007-Tim Tebow, Florida, QB
2006-Brady Quinn, Notre Dame, QB
2005-Vince Young, Texas, QB
2004-Jason White, Oklahoma, QB
2003-Eli Manning, Mississippi, QB
2002-Larry Johnson, Penn State, TB
2001-Ken Dorsey, Miami, QB
2000-Drew Brees, Purdue, QB
1999-Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, RB
1998-Ricky Williams, Texas, RB
1997-Peyton Manning, Tennessee, QB
1996-Danny Wuerffel, Florida, QB
1995-Eddie George, Ohio State, RB
1994-Kerry Collins, Penn State, QB
1993-Charlie Ward, Florida State, QB
1992-Gino Torretta, Miami, Fla., QB
1991-Desmond Howard, Michigan, WR
1990-Ty Detmer, Brigham Young, QB
1989-Anthony Thompson, Indiana, RB
1988-Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, RB
1987-Don McPherson, Syracuse, QB
1986-Vinny Testaverde, Miami, QB
1985-Chuck Long, Iowa, QB
1984-Doug Flutie, Boston College, QB
1983-Mike Rozier, Nebraska, RB
eorgia, RB
1981-Marcus Allen, Southern Cal, RB
1980-Hugh Green, Pittsburgh, DE
1979-Charles White, Southern Cal, RB
1978-Chuck Fusina, Penn State, QB
1977-Ross Browner, Notre Dame, DE
1976-Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh, RB
1975-Archie Griffin, Ohio State, RB
1974-Steve Joachim, Temple, QB
1973-John Cappelletti, Penn State, RB
1972-Brad Van Pelt, Michigan State, LB
1971-Ed Marinaro, Cornell, RB
1970-Jim Plunkett, Stanford, QB
1969-Mike Reid, Penn State, DT
1968-O.J. Simpson, Southern Cal, RB
1967-Gary Beban, UCLA, QB
1966-Jim Lynch, Notre Dame, LB
1965-Tommy Nobis, Texas, LB
1964-Glenn Ressler, Penn State, OG
1963-Roger Staubach, Navy, QB
1962-Terry Baker, Oregon State, QB
1961-Bob Ferguson, Ohio State, RB
1960-Joe Bellino, Navy, RB
1959-Richie Lucas, Penn State, QB
1958-Pete Dawkins, Army, RB
1957-Bob Reifsnyder, Navy, C
1956-Tommy McDonald, Oklahoma, HB
1955-Howard ``Hopalong'' Cassady, Ohio State, HB
1954-Ron Beagle, Navy, E
1953-Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame, QB
1952-Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame, QB
1951-Dick Kazmaier, Princeton, RB
1950-Francis ``Reds'' Bagnell, Penn, HB
1949-Leon Hart, Notre Dame, E
1948-Chuck Bednarik, Penn, C-LB
1947-Doak Walker, So. Methodist, HB
1946-Charlie Trippi, Georgia, HB
Doc'' Blanchard, Army, FB
1944-Glenn Davis, Army, HB
1943-Bob Odell, Penn, HB
1942-Paul Governali, Columbia, QB
1941-Bill Dudley, Virginia, HB
1940-Tom Harmon, Michigan, HB
1939-Nile Kinnick, Iowa, HB
1938-Davey O'Brien, Texas Christian, QB
1937-Clint Frank, Yale, HB

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