NEWPORT BEACH, CA. – Jack Campbell of Iowa has been named the Lott IMPACT® Trophy Player of the Week for the first week of the 2022 college football season.
The 6-5, 246-pound senior linebacker from Cedar Falls was responsible for one of the Hawkeyes two safeties in their 7-3 win over South Dakota State. Campbell also added a team high 12 tackles.
Campbell led the nation in tackles with 143 in 2021. He’s a member of the Dean’s List at Iowa and is a member of the Iowa Leadership team.
The Lott IMPACT Trophy is awarded annually to individuals who demonstrate excellence in the field of athletics and recognizes college football’s Defensive Player of the Year who best exemplifies the IMPACT acronym: Integrity, Maturity, Performance, Academics, Community and Tenacity.
The mission of The Pacific Club IMPACT® Foundation is to recognize and support both national and local charities that serve the youth of America with a focus on education and have a positive IMPACT® on the lives of young men and women.
Other nominees for the Lott IMPACT® Trophy Player of the Week in Week One:
Nick Herbig, LB, Wisconsin. Had two sacks with four tackles in the Badgers 38-0 win over Illinois State
Nick Jackson, LB, Virginia. Recorded a game high 14 tackles in Cavaliers 34-17 win over Richmond.
Calijah Kancey, DT, Pittsburgh. Had five tackles, one for a loss, with two QB hurries in Panthers 38-31 win over West Virginia.
Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State– Recovered two fumbles to go with eight solo tackles in Nittany Lions 35-31 win over Purdue.
Previous Winners of the Lott IMPACT® Trophy:
2004 – David Pollack, Georgia
2005 – DeMeco Ryans, Alabama
2006 – Dante Hughes, Cal
2007 – Glenn Dorsey, LSU
2008 – James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
2009 – Jerry Hughes, TCU
2010 – J.J. Watt, Wisconsin
2011 – Luke Kuechly, Boston College
2012 – Manti Te’o, Notre Dame
2013 – Anthony Barr, UCLA
2014 – Eric Kendricks, UCLA
2015 – Carl Nassib, Penn State
2016 – Jabrill Peppers, Michigan
2017 – Josey Jewell, Iowa
2018 – Josh Allen, Kentucky
2019 – Derek Brown, Auburn
2020 – Paddy Fisher, Northwestern
2021 – Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan