Jake Fromm named to 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team
UGA football junior quarterback Jake Fromm has been named to the 2019 Allstate AFCS Good Works Teams, it was announced on Thursday.
From is one of 22 student-athletes named to the team, which was narrowed from a list of 137 nominees by a panel of judges including Kirk Herbstreit (ESPN) and Tim Tebow (former Florida QB).
Dabo Swinney, head coach of the Clemson Tigers, was named as the honorary head coach of the 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team.
“Because being a student-athlete is about more than their performance on the field, we’re honored to share the stories of these deserving young men who embody the ‘good’ in college athletics,” said John O’Donnell, president of Allstate’s Western Territory. “At Allstate, we are inspired by their positive impact and we unite in this passion to serve local communities.”
Below is the complete 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team:
Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS)
- Koby Quansah – Duke University
- Denzel Goolsby – Kansas State University
- James Smith-Williams – NC State University
- Connor Wedington – Stanford University
- Isaiah Sanders – U.S. Air Force Academy
- Marcel Dancy – University of California
- Jake Fromm – University of Georgia
- Bryce Torneden – University of Kansas
- Landon Young – University of Kentucky
- Tre Tipton – University of Pittsburgh
- Spencer Eason-Riddle – University of South Carolina
Combined Divisions (FCS, II, III & NAIA)
- Danny Munoz – Bethel University (Minn.)
- George Hatalowich – Davidson College
- Ryan Landis – Frostburg State University
- Josh Pearson – Jacksonville State University
- Aaron Feazelle – Mississippi College
- Jacob Katzer – Morningside College
- Ben Ellefson – North Dakota State University
- Ben Bartch – Saint John’s University (Minn.)
- Dante Olson – University of Montana
- Ryan Oliver – Utica College (NY)
- Luke Bevilacqua – Wayne State University (Mich.)
Honorary Head Coach
- Dabo Swinney – Clemson University
Georgia is set to host the Arkansas State Red Wolves on Saturday, Sept. 14 at Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium. The game will be televised by ESPN2 at noon ET.