Sudfeld a semifinalist for Wuerffel Trophy #iufb

Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld is a semifinalist for the Wuerffel Trophy, which recognizes outstanding community service in college football.

Among the highlights on Sudfeld’s resume was his week-long service trip to Uganda during the most recent spring break. Sudfeld made the trip as part of Assist International, a humanitarian group that his grandparents founded in 1990. The Modesto, Calif. native has also volunteered with the Boys & Girls Club, the Andrew Luck Change The Play program and Read Across America. He was also a player speaker at the Big Ten Kickoff Luncheon.

Sudfeld is a nominee for the Senior CLASS Award, and he was a semifinalist for the National Football Foundation’s National Scholar-Athlete Award and a nominee for the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team.

Other Wuerffel Trophy semifinalists include Baylor offensive lineman Spencer Drango, Duke kicker Ross Martin, Kentucky punter Landon Foster, New Mexico offensive lineman Garrett Adcock, Notre Dame receiver Corey Robinson, Oklahoma offensive lineman Ty Darlington and Toledo tight end Alex Zmolik.

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  1. Congratulations Nate, he brings honor to IU football along with a great talent. It is good to see IU football recognized in national awards.

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