Peter Woods Named to Shaun Alexander Freshman of the Year Watch List

The Maxwell Football Club announced today that defensive tackle Peter Woods has been named as one of 37 candidates on the watch list for the Shaun Alexander Freshman of the Year Award, presented annually to the nation’s most outstanding freshman. Additional information from the Maxwell Football Club is included below.

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August 30, 2023 – PHILADELPHIA, PA

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The Maxwell Football Club today announced the watch list for the 6thannual Shaun Alexander Freshman of the Year Award presented to the outstanding freshman player in college football. Once again, this year, the award will be presented at the Maxwell Football Club Awards Gala along with several of the other top awards in college and professional football.

The Shaun Alexander Freshman of the Year Award has been presented to the College Freshman Player of the Year since 2018 and is named in honor of Shaun Alexander, a former standout at the University of Alabama and with the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL. Past winners include; Trevor Lawrence (Clemson) – 2018, Kenneth Gainwell (Memphis)-2019 and Will Anderson Jr. (Alabama) – 2020, Brock Bowers (Georgia) – 2021 and Drake Maye (North Carolina) 2022.

The Shaun Alexander Freshman of the Year Award watch list will incorporate a broad spectrum of Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) programs and conferences from coast to coast, with 37 candidates recognized. Texas leads the way with 4 candidates followed by Alabama and Oklahoma with 3 players each. Five other schools boast 2 candidates.

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CalebDownsAlabamaS
JusticeHaynesAlabamaRB
KadynProctorAlabamaOT
Jaden RashadaArizona StateQB
LukeHaszArkansasTE
KeldricFaulkAuburnDE
PeterWoodsClemsonDT
CormaniMcClainColoradoCB
EugeneWilsonFloridaWR
EarnestGreeneGeorgiaOT
DamonWilsonGeorgiaED
JJ KohlIowa StateQB
JavienTovianoLSUDB
Rueben BainMiamiDE
FrancisMauigoaMiamiOL
KevinConcepcionNC StateWR
PrincewillUmanmielenNebraskaED
JadenGreathouseNotre DameWR
CarnellTateOhio StateWR
Adepoju AdebaworeOklahomaED
PeytonBowenOklahomaDB
JasiahWagonerOklahomaDB
SuntarinePerkinsOle MissLB
AydenWilliamsOle MissWR
TonyRojasPenn StateLB
NyckolesHarborSouth CarolinaATH
GraysonHowardSouth CarolinaLB
MarkisDealTCUDL
Arion CarterTennesseeLB
CedricBaxterTexasRB
JohntayCookTexasWR
MalikMuhammadTexasCB
AnthonyHillTexas  LB
Rueben OwensTexas A&MRB
DanteMooreUCLAQB
ZachariahBranchUSCWR
TackettCurtisUSCLB

ABOUT THE MAXWELL FOOTBALL CLUB – The Maxwell Football Club was founded in 1935 and is the oldest football organization of its kind in America. The Club recognizes excellence in performance at the high school, collegiate and professional levels of the game. The Maxwell Club is also deeply involved and fully vested in the community through programs to promote academic excellence, community volunteerism, and leadership. High school student-athletes around the country have an opportunity to participate in MFC Showcase events, free of charge, through the generosity of our corporate partners. To learn more about our story visit www.maxwellfootballclub.org.

ABOUT THE SHAUN ALEXANDER FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD – The Shaun Alexander Freshman Player of the Year Award is an honor given each year to the most outstanding freshman player in college football. Named after Shaun Alexander since 2018, this award recognizes the exceptional performance and impact made by these players on their respective teams throughout the season. The winning formula evaluates players based on Talent, Character, Ambassador

and Legend. 

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