Jabrill Peppers wins 2016 Paul Hornung Award

Earlier this week, Michigan star Jabrill Peppers was named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy. On Wednesday, the do-it-all man was named the 2016 Paul Hornung Award winner as the nation’s most versatile player.

This season, Peppers played a whopping 15 different positions.

Peppers played 726 snaps on defense, 154 on special teams, and 53 on offense.

Other finalists for the award were Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey, USC’s Adoree Jackson and Oklahoma wide receiver Dede Westbrook.

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