Cal Football Players on Award Watch List

Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award pic

Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award
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A graduate of University of California, Berkeley, with a bachelor’s degree in economics and Spanish, Neill Sullivan is the founder and president of REO Homes, LLC. Focusing on renovating, restoring, and preserving Victorian and vintage homes throughout Oakland and Berkeley, California, Neill Sullivan has almost a decade of real estate experience. When Mr. Sullivan is not restoring homes and managing rental properties, he supports the University of California, Berkeley, Golden Bears football program.

Among 41 top collegiate football players in the nation named to the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award preliminary finalist list are UC Berkeley’s senior quarterback, David Webb of Prosper, Texas, and junior running back Vic Enwere of Missouri City, Texas. Now in its fourth season, the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award recognizes the best Division I offensive football player exhibiting performance, integrity, sportsmanship, teamwork, drive, and determination and tenacity to overcome injury and adversity in pursuit of achieving goals. Candidates must have been born in the state of Texas, graduated from a high school in the state of Texas, or played football at a junior college or four year university in the state of Texas.

The 16 semifinalists for the award will be announced in November, followed by the nomination of five finalists in December. The recipient of the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award will be revealed at a banquet on January 11, 2017.

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