Texas RB D’Onta Foreman Wins Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award

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After a sensational final season in Austin, Texas running back D’Onta Foreman is taking home some hardware.

Foreman was named the winner of the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Wednesday night in Tyler. Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts and Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes were the other finalists.

The award goes to the best offensive player with a connection to The Lone Star State. A player must be born in Texas, have played high school football in Texas, and/or play college football in Texas.

Foreman finished with 2,028 rushing yards, good enough for the second-most rushing yards in a single season in school history. After the Longhorns season ended in November, Foreman declared for the 2017 NFL Draft.

 

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