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Floyd Selected as Maxwell Player of the Year
In April, he was one of 400 national players nominated for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The next month was busy for the player as he was named MVP of the elite and prestigious TEST Sports Clubs Premier Showcase, which featured over 300 of the northeast's top blue-chip recruits. Also in May, Floyd won the "Mini-Maxwell" award at Football University in Philadelphia. In January, he was named a finalist for the Anthony Munoz Award, given to the nation's top lineman. Then during the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, Floyd ended all the speculation by committing to the University of Florida during a nationally televised announcement at halftime of the game. Floyd finished the game as the East team's most prolific defensive player, registering two sacks.
The formal presentation of this award will be March 5, 2010 during the Maxwell Football Club National Awards Dinner which will be hosted by Harrah's Atlantic City Resort.
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