Trevor Lawrence Named To AFCA Good Works Team

Press Release:

The American Football Coaches Association announced today that Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence has been named to the 2020 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team for his service work in both the Clemson community and his hometown.

Lawrence is the seventh member of the Clemson program all-time to earn an AFCA Good Works Team distinction, joining Robert Carswell (1999), Nick Eason (2000), Xavier Dye (2009), Deshaun Watson (2016), Sean Pollard (2018) and Dabo Swinney (2019). This marks Clemson’s third straight year with an AFCA Good Works team selection.

In addition to participating in a number of team service events during his tenure at Clemson, Lawrence has helped lead several other initiatives. This past spring, he and his now-fiancée launched a relief fundraiser to provide direct assistance to families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in both Upstate South Carolina and in his hometown of Cartersville, Ga. Lawrence also played a leadership role alongside teammates Mike Jones Jr., Cornell Powell and Darien Rencher in the Clemson Community Peaceful Demonstration in June.

The following players and honorary head coach have been selected to the 2020 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team:

Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS)

Trevor Lawrence, Clemson University

Rakavius Chambers, Duke University

Trenton Gill, NC State University

Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State University

Treyjohn Butler, Stanford University

Elijah Hicks, University of California, Berkeley

Luke Fortner, University of Kentucky

Adam Shibley, University of Michigan

Teton Saltes, University of New Mexico

Chanse Sylvie, University of Oklahoma

Sam Ehlinger, University of Texas

Combined Divisions (FCS, II, III & NAIA)

Mike Delich, Bethel University (Minn.)

Alexander Findura, Bloomsburg University

Jacob Norris, Chadron State College

Tyler Bradfield, Grand Valley State University

DaShawn Simon, Howard University

Stephen Stokes, North Carolina Central University

Chris Backes, Saint John’s University (Minn.)

Jackson Ross, University of Chicago

Steven Spirakis, University of Rochester

Andrew Whitaker, Washington University in St. Louis

Jace Neugebauer, William Penn University

Honorary Head Coach Neal Brown, West Virginia University

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