Lil' Dane, as we call him around here, was voted the Most Valuable Player for the 2010 Buckeyes. Sanzenbacher, a senior captain, led the Big Ten in yards per catch at 17.1, and hauled in 52 catches for 889 yards. His 10 touchdowns ranked second in the conference. Some smart NFL organization will spend a fifth-rounder on him, and have themselves a steal.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State receiver Dane Sanzenbacher was voted 2010 team Most Valuable Player as announced at the 2010 Football Appreciation Banquet this afternoon at the Ohio Union.
Sanzenbacher, a senior from Toledo, also received the Paul Warfield Award as the outstanding wide receiver and the Bo Rein Award as the most inspirational senior (voted by the team). Sanzenbacher led the Buckeyes and ranked second in the Big Ten with 10 touchdown receptions. He finished the regular season with 52 catches for 889 yards for an average of 17.1 yards per catch -- the best in the Big Ten.
Quarterback Terrelle Pryor received the Archie Griffin Award as the outstanding offensive player, and defensive lineman Cameron Heyward received the Bill Willis Award as the outstanding player on defense.
More player awards at the link