Lott IMPACT Trophy


2013 Lott IMPACT Trophy Finalists

Four of the most accomplished student-athletes in the country are still in the hunt for the tenth annual Lott IMPACT Trophy. You can view the original 42 man watchlist here.

Anthony Barr, LB, UCLA

(6-4, 235, San Pedro, Ca.): Converted to defense last year and became an instant star with 21.5 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks.  Named 2nd team All-American.  83 tackles, 2nd on Bruin team. All-Pac 12 choice. College Football News Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year.  Honorable mention all-conference academic team.

Chris Borland, LB, Wisconsin

(5-11, 248, Kettering, Ohio): Two-time All Big Ten player.  Big Ten Freshman Defensive Player of the Year.  Career: 308 tackles, 41.5 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, 13 forced fumbles.

James Morris, LB, Iowa

(6-2, 230, Solon, IA.): 3.8 grade point average in political science (3.95 GPA in high school). Has 276 career tackles, 13 tackles for loss.  3rd team All-Big Ten in 2012.

Devon Kennard, DL, USC

(6-3, 260, Phoenix, AZ.): Grad student with a 3.18 GPA in Communications (working on Master’s degree). Twice on the Pac-12 All-Academic team.  Made mission trip to Haiti in 2012.  Served on Athletic Prevention Programming and Leadership Education council.  Missed last season with injury.  Has 135 career tackles.  Father Derek played 11 years in the NFL.