The University of Georgia Player of the Year Award

Offensive Player of the Year
David Greene - Quarterback

2003 -- Pre-Season All-America second team by Street and Smith's and NationalChamps.Net College Football Preview....recipient of Best All-Around Offensive Player of the Spring......Pre-season All-SEC first team by Athlon....rated the naion's fifth best QB by The Sporting of 15 semifinalists for the Maxwell Award.....a standout off the field as well, Greene was named to both the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team and the SEC Good Works Team for his outstanding community service boasts a 32-8 career record as the Bulldogs' starting QB, including an even more impressive 12-1 mark on opponents' home fields.....led Georgia to back-to-back 11-plus win and top six national finish seasons for first time since 1982-83....also led team to back-to-back SEC Championship Game appearances....served as offensive team captain against South Carolina, LSU, Alabama, Vanderbilt, UAB, Georgia Tech and LSU (SEC Championship game).....Named ABC-TV Chevrolet Game MVP in the Bulldogs' 30-0 win at Clemson in the season opener....equaled Eric Zeier's Georgia record for consecutive pass attempts without an interception (176) before throwing his first INT of the season early in the fourth quarter at LSU....that mark also ranks second in SEC season's end ranked second behind Eric Zeier in most school passing record categories including: Career TD Passes (52), Career Pass Attempts (1,141), Career Pass Completions (674), Career Passing Yards (9,020), Total Offense (8,829), Total Offensive Plays (1,322)... his 39 career starts rank as the most on the team......named to All-SEC second team by the SEC Coaches and permanent offensive team captain by teammates....all-star performance in leading Georgia to 34-27 overtime victory over Purdue in Capital One Bowl (27x37, 327 yards, 3 TD's) which earned him game MVP honors.....part of Georgia team that won 32 games from 2001-03 and ranked among the top five teams nationally in winning percentage during that time....Major: Business.

Defensive Player of the Year
Sean Jones - Defensive End

2003: Recipient of Most Improved Defensive Back Award for performance during spring practice...listed as number one FS at conclusion of spring drills...pre-season All-SEC third team by Street and Smith's.....started all 11 games in which he played and finished season as the team's second leading tackler with 111 stops....big play maker who blocked three kicks, recovered two fumbles....picked up fumble and ran 92 yards for TD in closing seconds of first half vs. best five interceptions rank third in the SEC.....SEC Special Teams Player of the Week for performance against Vanderbilt (14 tackles, 1 interception)....named to American Football Coaches Association All-America first team...named third team All-American by The Associated Press....23 career starts.....named first team All-SEC by the SEC Coaches, The Associated Press, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, and permanent defensive team captain by teammates....Part of Georgia team that won 32 games from 2001-03, ranked among the top five teams nationally in winning percentage, and part of a Georgia defense that ranked 2nd nationally in Scoring Defense (14.5 ppg), 4th in Total Defense (276.86 ypg), 6th in Passing Defense (174.50 ypg),14th nationally in Turnover Margin (+.79), and 4th in number of scoreless quarters (25) among the AP's final Top Ten teams.....Major: Education.

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