Every year, the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award is given to the “nation’s outstanding Division I college offensive player who meets one or more of the following criteria: 1. Born in Texas; 2. Graduated from a Texas high school; or 3. Played at a Texas-based junior college or four-year college,” per the award’s website.

Florida QB Kyle Trask fits the first 2 of those requirements, having been raised in Manvel, Texas, and attending Manvel High School, where he served as backup to current Miami QB D’Eriq King.

On Thursday, he was announced as the winner of the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award:

It’s no surprise, as he led the FBS level in passing yards and passing touchdowns while leading the Gators to an 8-4 overall record.

Trask joins previous winners like Ohio State QB J.K. Dobbins (2019), Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray (2018), Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield (2017) and others.