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Chubb, McKenzie and Ganus highlight annual UGA Spring awards

Nick Chubb
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ATHENS, Ga. – University of Georgia sophomore running back Nick Chubb of Cedartown, Ga., sophomore wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie of Miami, Fla., and senior linebacker Jake Ganus of Chelsea, Ala., have been named the recipients of the Coffee County Hustle award.

The awards are given annually at the conclusion of spring practice to recognize improvement, dedication and performance on the field. The Coffee County Award is given annually to players showing the most desire during spring drills.

The list of 2015 awards is as follows:


MVP ­ – Kolton Houston, OT, Buford, Ga.
Coffee County Hustle Award – Nick Chubb, RB, Cedartown, Ga. and Isaiah
McKenzie, WR, Miami, Fla.
Most Improved Player ­ – Reggie Davis, FLK, Tallahassee, Fla. and Jay Rome,
TE, Valdosta, Ga.
Hugh Hendrix Memorial Award – (player who strains his potential) ­ Brandon
Kublanow, OG, Marietta, Ga. and Brendan Douglas, TB, Augusta, Ga.
Outstanding Walk-On ­ – Clay Johnson, FLK, Calhoun, Ga.


Coffee County Hustle Award ­ – Jake Ganus, LB, Chelsea, Ala.
Most Improved Player ­ – Tim Kimbrough, ILB, Indianapolis. Ind.
Hugh Hendrix Memorial Award – (player who strains his potential) ­ Josh
Dawson, DE, Tucker, Ga.
Outstanding Walk-On – ­ Aaron Davis, CB, Locust Grove, Ga.

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