NEWPORT Seashore, Calif. — Northwestern linebacker Paddy Fisher received the Lott Effect Trophy, which goes to college football’s defensive participant who has designed the most important affect on his workforce.
The announcement was manufactured Sunday night at the Pacific Club. The award is commonly given in December, but was delayed since of the coronavirus pandemic. Effects stands for integrity, maturity, effectiveness, teachers, community and tenacity.
Fisher experienced 86 tackles, 4 1/2 for loss, one particular interception, a compelled fumble and a fumble restoration all through the 2020 period. The senior from Katy, Texas, was also named Significant Ten linebacker of the calendar year. He concluded his career with 404 tackles, most among the energetic gamers.
Northwestern’s standard scholarship fund will acquire $25,000. Fisher is the first winner from Northwestern since the award named for Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott commenced in 2004.
The other finalists were Talanoa Hufanga of Southern California, Joseph Ossai of Texas, Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah of Notre Dame, Tarron Jackson of Coastal Carolina, and Patrick Surtain II of Alabama.
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