Lawrence garners another national award
Former Cartersville High School quarterback, now Clemson starter, Trevor Lawrence picked up another national award this week. The Touchdown Club of Columbus (OH) announced Lawrence has earned the Archie Griffin Award. The award is presented annually to college football's Most Valuable Player following the conclusion of bowl season.
It is the second honor from the organization issued to Lawrence and the third for Clemson. On Dec. 18, Lawrence was announced as the organization's Freshman of the Year. Earlier in December, head coach Dabo Swinney was named Woody Hayes Coach of the Year. This season, Lawrence completed 259-of-397 passes for 3,280 yards with 30 passing touchdowns and only four interceptions. He was named Offensive Outstanding Player of the Game at the Cotton Bowl and Offensive MVP in the National Championship Game.