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Penn State linebacker Gerald Hodges has been named the New Jersey Division I College Player of the Year by the Brooks-Irvine Memorial Football Club of South Jersey. He'll be honored at an awards banquet in Cherry Hill, N.J. on Monday.
Hodges is the second consecutive Penn State player to be honored by the Brooks-Irvine Memorial Football Club with their top college honor, as guard Johnnie Troutman was the 2011 recipient. Previous Nittany Lions to earn the Brooks-Irvine Division I honor include: quarterback Milt Plum (1956), end Dave Robinson (1962), George Landis (1970), running backs Franco Harris and Lydell Mitchell (1971), linebacker Greg Buttle (1975), Ken Kelley (1982), linebacker Andre Collins (1989), quarterback Tony Sacca (1991), linebacker Aaron Collins (1997), offensive lineman Kareem McKenzie (2000) and Troutman (2011).
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I was unaware of this award but NICE. Congrats #6!
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