Indiana QB Nate Sudfeld up for Wuerffel Trophy
Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld, the Big Ten's leading passer at this point in the season, is among eight semifinalists for the 2015 Wuerffel Trophy, a community service award.
Per an IU release, the senior signal caller spent his spring break in Uganda, where he and his family visited an orphanage being constructed by a humanitarian group his grandparents founded.
Sudfeld has tied the school record with 48 career touchdown passes and is averaging 292.7 yards per game this season.
The Wuerffel Trophy is named for former Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel.
Also nominated for the award this year are Baylor offensive lineman Spencer Drango, Duke kicker Ross Martin, Notre Dame receiver Corey Robinson, Kentucky punter Landon Foster, New Mexico offensive lineman Garrett Adcock, Oklahoma offensive lineman Ty Darlington and Toledo tight end Alex Zmolik.