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LSU football hands out awards after spring game

Brandon Harris was 11-16 passing , 106 yards. . (Photo by Brett Duke, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) Brandon Harris was 11-16 passing , 106 yards. . (Photo by Brett Duke, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WVUE) -

LSU wrapped up spring drills with the Purple squad winning 17-7 over the white in the spring game.

Quarterback Brandon Harris completed 11-of-16 passes for 106 yards, while backup Danny Etling was 6-of-11 for 106 yards including a 70-yard touchdown pass to recent enrollee Dee Anderson. Below is a list of awards given out after spring practice was officially over yesterday:

Alvin Roy Fourth Quarter Award

(Outstanding performance in LSU Off-Season Program)

Jamal Adams, Lewis Neal, Tre’Davious White, Duke Riley, KJ Malone, Rickey Jefferson, Danny Etling

 Eric Andolsek Leadership Award

(Outstanding Leadership in Spring Drills- Offense)

Leonard Fournette

Mike Miley Leadership Award

(Outstanding Leadership in Spring Drills- Defense)

Tre’Davious White, Duke Riley

 

Toby Caston Performance Award

(Outstanding Performance in Spring Drills- Defense)

Davon Godchaux, Jamal Adams, Duke Riley, Lewis Neal

 

Ralph Norwood Performance Award

(Outstanding Performance in Spring Drills Offense)

Foster Moreau, Colin Jeter, DJ Chark, Brandon Harris, Malachi Dupre

 

Most Improved Award

(Players who have made the most improvement during Spring Drills)

Corey Thompson, Josh Boutte, KJ Malone, Maea Teuhema, Andy Dodd, Chidi Okeke, Arden Key

 

Jimmy Taylor Award

(The comprehensive Spring Award for Outstanding Leadership, Effort and Performance)

Derrius Guice, Leonard Fournette, Jamal Adams, Davon Godchaux

 

Jerry Stovall Special Teams Award

Cameron Gamble, Josh Growden, Blake Ferguson

 

Newcomer Award

Michael Divinity, Devin White, Saivion Smith, Dee Anderson, Danny Etling, Russell Gage, Lanard Fournette

 

Overcoming Adversity Award

JD Moore, Nick Brossette, John Battle, Ethan Pocic, Alex Cheramie

 

Coaches Award

Russell Gage, Tashawn Bower, Tre’Davious White, Kendell Beckwith, Lewis Neal, Arden Key, Jordan Harper, Caleb Lewis

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