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Allstate : Community Champions Nominated for Allstate's 30th AFCA Good Works Team«

07/21/2021 | 08:41am EDT

NORTHBROOK, Ill., July 21, 2021 - Allstate and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) announced today nominees for the 2021 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®, the 30th year of this storied recognition. Sports information directors - from divisions across the nation - nominated 109 student-athletes with stories of exemplary community service, alongside their academic dedication and impact on and off the field.

'I am inspired by these future community leaders and their dedication to improving the world around them. Despite their already busy schedules, these young men have stepped up as champions for change after an unprecedented year,' said Terrance Williams, general manager and executive vice president of Allstate agency sales and the newest member of the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team selection committee. 'Allstate takes great pride in our partnership with the AFCA, and we are honored to recognize these players and highlight their stories, which too often tend to go unnoticed.'

This year's candidates include student-athletes who are scholars, leaders and community champions. These nominees have volunteered to build homes, mentor underprivileged kids, aid in COVID-19 relief efforts, as well as advocate against domestic violence and racial injustice.

'Each year, I am amazed by the caliber of these nominees because their philanthropic efforts continuously raise the bar for how we should all be champions of our communities. I am humbled to help tell their stories, and they should be proud to have been nominated for such a prestigious award,' said Tim Tebow, two-time national champion, Heisman Trophy winner and 2009 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team member. 'These players embody the spirit of a true champion.'

Selection Process and Panel

The final 22-member team and honorary coach are selected by a voting panel of former Allstate AFCA Good Works Team members and journalists. They look for players who demonstrate exceptional leadership on and off the football field.

In addition to Tebow and Williams, the 2021 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team selection panel members are: Zaid Abdul-Aleem (Duke, 1994 team); Matt Stinchcomb (Georgia, 1997, 1998); Brian Brenberg (St. Thomas, 2001); Mike Proman (Amherst, 2002); Wes Counts (Middle Tennessee State, 1999); media members Kirk Herbstreit (ESPN), Blair Kerkhoff (Kansas City Star) and Paul Myerberg (USA Today); 2021 AFCA President and Northwestern University Head Coach Pat Fitzgerald; and 2001 AFCA President and current Athletic Director at Virginia Union University Joe Taylor.

Public Voting Phase

After the final team members are announced in September, fans can cast their vote for this year's Allstate AFCA Good Works Team captain through the official page on ESPN.com. Fans can use #GoodWorksTeam on their social media channels to join the conversation throughout the season.

'The AFCA has proudly partnered with Allstate to honor football student-athletes who volunteer their time and energy to give back,' AFCA Executive Director Todd Berry said. 'These nominees serve as examples to their fellow student-athletes and members of their community, proving that selfless acts will enrich the lives of people they know and don't know, acting as a true champion would.'

Nomination Criteria

Established in 1992, the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team is one of the most coveted community service awards in college football. From the 109 nominees, the final roster of 23 award recipients will bring together 11 players from the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision; 11 players from the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, Divisions II, III and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA); and one honorary head coach. To be considered for a spot on the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, each player must be actively involved with a charitable organization or service group while maintaining a strong academic standing.

The 2021 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team nominees are:

Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS)

Name School
Anders Carlson Auburn University
Byron Hanspard Jr. Baylor University
Donte Harrington Boise State University
James Empey BYU
Darien Rencher Clemson University
CJ Brewer Coastal Carolina University
Jake Bobo Duke University
Tariq Speights Eastern Michigan University
Camren McDonald Florida State University
Juanyeh Thomas Georgia Tech
Brock Purdy Iowa State University
Ali Gaye LSU
Alex Mollette Marshall University
Reed Blankenship Middle Tennessee State University
Austin Williams Mississippi State University
Isaiah Moore NC State University
Joe Spivak Northwestern University
Harry Miller Ohio State University
Jordan Young Old Dominion University
Mac Brown Ole Miss
Andrzej Hughes-Murray Oregon State University
Sean Clifford Penn State University
Ikenna Enechukwu Rice University
Tysyn Parker San Jose State University
Shaine Hailey SMU
Re-al Mitchell Temple University
Keldrick Carper Texas A&M University
Tyler Vitt Texas State University
Tony Bradford Jr. Texas Tech University
Wilson Beaverstock UAB
Shea Pitts UCLA
Bubba Arslanian University of Akron
Jordan Silver University of Arkansas
Michael Saffell University of California
Brian Keating University of Connecticut
Zachary Carter University of Florida
Nakobe Dean University of Georgia
Michael Marchese University of Illinois
Kaevon Merriweather University of Iowa
Kenneth Horsey University of Kentucky
Levi Lewis University of Louisiana
Derek Dorsey University of Louisville
Preseton Brady University of Memphis
Clay James University of Miami
Andrew Vastardis University of Michigan
DeAngelo Carter University of Minnesota
Tyler Badie University of Missouri
Adrian Martinez University of Nebraska
Jermaine Ledbetter University of Nevada
Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa University of Notre Dame
Jeremiah Hall University of Oklahoma
Cal Adomitis University of Pittsburgh
Keith Gallmon University of South Alabama
Jaylin Dickerson University of South Carolina
Mo Hasan University of Southern California
Lavel Dumont University of Toledo
Chris Paul University of Tulsa
Dalton Kincaid University of Utah
Wayne Taulapapa University of Virginia
Race Porter University of Washington
Brandon Bowling Utah State University
Elijah McAllister Vanderbilt University
Brock Hoffman Virginia Tech
Ty Hardimon Wake Forest University
Dallas Hobbs Washington State University
Jarret Doege West Virginia University
Mike Caliendo Western Michigan University

Combined Divisions (FCS, D-II, D-III & NAIA)

Name School
Austin Phillips Ashland University
Jack McDonald Austin Peay State University
Jaran Roste Bethel University (Minn.)
Max Gonzales Colorado State University-Pueblo
Payton Harrell Dakota State University
Chibuike Odo Davidson College
Deven Osborne Dixie State University
Ben Solomon Eastern Illinois University
Alnazir Blackman Fairleigh Dickinson University
Thomas Downs Jr. Franklin and Marshall College
Eric Wilson Harvard University
Alexander Anschutz Hillsdale College
Arthur Pinckney Marist College
Matthew Corinna Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Malik Marshall Millsaps College
Philip Green Minot State University
Justin Szuba Monmouth University
Troy Andersen Montana State University
Cooper Von Seggern Morningside College
Jessie Malit North Carolina Central University
James Kaczor North Dakota State University
Noah Van't Hof Northwestern College
Shane Quin Ohio Wesleyan University
Dylan Dittman Peru State College
Vincent McDonald Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Zachary Barco Saint Augustine's University
Cole Peterson South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Brock Floyd Southern Arkansas University
Cam Borges Springfield College
Jamaal Thompson Tennessee Tech University
Alex Shillow Texas A&M University-Commerce
Angelo Petracci The College of Wooster
Hunter Rodrigues UC Davis
Jay Segal University of Saint Francis
Benjamin Sokup University of Sioux Falls
DeValon Whitcomb University of South Dakota
Seth Bickett University of St. Thomas (Minn.)
Drayton Arnold University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Nate Yencer University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Julius Wilkerson Wayne State University
Ian Barr Westminster College
Alex Crehan William Penn University

About the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®

The Allstate AFCA Good Works Team was established in 1992 by the College Football Association, recognizing the extra efforts made by college football players and student support staff off the field. AFCA became the governing body of the award in 1997 and continues to honor college football players who go the extra mile for those in need. Allstate worked to present the award starting with the 2008 season.

The SEC leads all conferences with 76 selections to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team since it began in 1992. The SEC is followed by the Atlantic Coast Conference with 46 selections and the Big 12 Conference with 38 selections. Georgia is in first place with 20 honorees to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. The Bulldogs are followed by Kentucky with 16 honorees. Super Bowl XLII, XLVI and XLI champion quarterbacks Eli and Peyton Manning were members of the 2002 and 1997 Allstate AFCA Good Works Teams, respectively.

About the AFCA

The AFCA was founded in 1922 and currently has more than 11,000 members around the world ranging from the high school level to the professional ranks. According to its constitution, the AFCA was formed, in part, to 'maintain the highest possible standards in football and in the coaching profession' and to 'provide a forum for the discussion and study of all matters pertaining to football.'

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