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.
— Paul Hornung Award (@hornungaward) December 7, 2016
Other finalists for the award were Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey, USC’s Adoree Jackson and Oklahoma wide receiver Dede Westbrook.