KU's Stuckey Named To Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Nomination List
July 30, 2009
LAWRENCE, Kan. –
Kansas senior football standout Darrell Stuckey has been named as a nominee for the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team it was announced this week.
The award honors football players who make outstanding contributions in the areas of volunteerism and civic involvement. An 11-player team will be announced later in the year.
Stuckey has been one of the most community-involved student-athletes at Kansas in his Jayhawk tenure. His volunteer activities include speaking at schools, working with the Special Olympics, Habitat For Humanity and the Read With The Jayhawks programs among many others.
In 2009 Stuckey will represent the student body as he won a seat on the KU Student Senate during elections last spring.
Stuckey is also on the 2009 Lott Trophy Watch List, which recognizes players for their impact on the field and off the field.
Last year Stuckey was named a Big 12 Community of Champions member, while also earning his team’s co-Leadership Award.
On the field, Stuckey was an All-Big 12 First Team selection in 2008. He was second on the team in tackles with 98, while leading the team with five interceptions.
Allstate AFCA Football Bowl Subdivision Nominees
Arizona Sate University – Mike Nixon
Auburn University – Walter McFadden
Ball State – Brandon Crawford
Baylor University – Joe Pawelek
Boise State University – Richie Brockel
Brigham Young University – Jan Jorgensen
Central Michigan University – Dan LeFevour
Clemson University – Xavier Dye
Colorado State University – Adrian Martinez
Duke University – Kevin Jones
Indiana University – Jammie Kirlew
Kansas State University – Jeron Mastrud
Louisiana State University – Lyle Hitt
Middle Tennessee State University – Phillip Tanner
Northern Illinois University – David Bryant
Northwestern University – Andrew Brewer
Ohio University – Lee Renfro
Ohio State University – Kurt Coleman
Oregon State University – Taylor Kavanaugh
Pennsylvania State University – Stefen Wisniewski
Rutgers University – Billy Anderson
San Jose State University – Travis Jones
Temple University – Dominique Harris
University of Akron – Alex Allen
University of Alabama – Javier Arenas
University of Arkansas – D.J. Williams
University of Central Florida – Rocky Ross
University of Florida – Tim Tebow
University of Georgia – Jeff Owens
University of Houston – Case Keenum
University of Iowa – Julian Vandervelde
University of Kansas – Darrell Stuckey
University of Kentucky – Alfonso Smith
University of Memphis – Dominik Riley
University of Michigan – Zoltan Mesko
University of Missouri – Kurtis Gregory
University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Roy Helu, Jr.
University of North Carolina – Kyle Jolly
University of Notre Dame – Jimmy Clausen
University of Oklahoma – Sam Bradford
University of Pittsburgh – Adam Gunn
University of South Carolina – Mauricus Brown
University of Texas – Austin – Jordan Shipley
University of California-Los Angeles – Derrick Coleman
University of Texas-El Paso – Cameron Raschke
U.S. Air Force Academy – Nick Charles
U.S. Naval Academy – Ross Pospisil
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University – Tyrod Taylor
Wake Forest University – Benjamin Wooster
West Virginia University – Reed Williams
University of Wisconsin – Chris Maragos
Western Michigan University – Tim Hiller