Maxwell Award

The Maxwell Award is a sport award, which is awarded in the United States since 1937 annually to the best player in college football. Is responsible for the selection of the excellent with the price player a commission from sports commentators and journalists, head coaches of teams in the National Collegiate Athletic Association and members of the King of Prussia resident in Pennsylvania Maxwell Football Club, which aims to promote the football sport and the safety of the players is.

In addition to the awarded also to the best player Heisman Trophy, which is generally regarded as more prestigious and more media interest causes, the Maxwell Award is considered to be "the other price" ( The Other Award). Johnny Lattner (1952, 1953) and Tim Tebow (2007, 2008) are so far the only players to have been awarded twice with the price.