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The Georgia Tech Player of the Year Award

Defensive Player of the Year
Jamal Lewis - Safety

Hometown: Riverdale, GA.

A talented veteran leader of the Georgia Tech secondary, who earned honorable mention All-ACC honors in 2007, one year after earning first team All-ACC honors. He was in the starting lineup for 27 consecutive games. He ranked third on the team in total tackles (74) and in solo tackels (43). In 2006, Jamal was named to the all-Atlantic Coast Conference first teams.



Defensive Player of the Year
Darrell Robertson - Defensive End

Hometown: Jonesboro, GA

21st in Tech history for career tackles-for-loss (25.0) an athletic defensive end who was one of the ACC's most improved players in 2007. A two year starter, an oustanding pass rusher, a tall and rangy defender with good speed, who has a solid chance to play in the NFL, started 29 times in his career including 20 consecutive, played in 51 career games, and was selected to play in the Senior Bowl. 1.23 tackles-for-loss per game, which ranks tied fifth in the ACC and 36th nationally.


2006 Award Winners

2005 Award Winners

2004 Award Winners

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