From Florida A&M Sports Informantion:
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. | Florida A&M University redshirt senior quarterback Ryan Stanley continued to add to his postseason accolades on Monday as he was selected the BOXTOROW Offensive Player of the Year.
Stanley led the Rattlers to a 9-2 overall record this season and the program’s first national ranking since 2009. The Pembroke Pines, Fla. native was the top passer in the MEAC, averaging over 256 yards per game. He has broken four program career records at Florida A&M, setting new marks for passing touchdowns, passing completions, passing attempts and passing yards. He threw for 2,566 yards and 23 touchdowns this season and had three 300-yard games, including a 427-yard outing against South Carolina State.
Stanley, who earned MEAC Offensive Player of the Year honors last week in New York City, is a Black College Football Player of the Year finalist and is the first FAMU player to win BOXTOROW Offensive Player of the Year honors.
A First Team All-MEAC selection and MEAC Offensive Player of the Year recipient, Stanley was also on the Watch List for the Walter Payton Award and is a finalist for the Black College Football Player of the Year award.
Stanley leaves the Rattlers as the all-time career leader in touchdowns (67), pass attempts (1,187), completions (636) and passing yards (8,424). He is ranked first in MEAC history in pass attempts and second in total passing yards (8,424) and pass completions.
Ryan Stanley Postseason Honors
MEAC Offensive Player of the Year
All-MEAC First Team Quarterback
BOXTOROW Offensive Player of the Year
BOXTOROW Honorable Mention All-American
Black College Football Player of the Year Award Finalist
HBCU Gameday/Protect Your Skull Offensive Player of the Year Finalist
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