Trey Miller Wins Admiral Mack Award 2011





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Published on Apr 25, 2011

ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Rising sophomore quarterback Trey Miller (Marietta, Ga.) was named the winner of the Vice Admiral William P. Mack Award at halftime of Friday's annual Blue-Gold Football Game.

The Admiral Mack Award is presented to the most improved player during spring football drills as voted on by the coaching staff. It is just the second time a quarterback has won the award in its 36 years of existence and the first since John Nobers won the award in 1987.

"Trey had a great spring, he impressed the coaching staff with his grasp of the offense and he's a kid that just knows how to plays. He has the ability to make something out of nothing," said Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo.

Miller is currently listed second on the depth chart at quarterback behind rising senior Kriss Proctor.

Miller is a 2009 graduate of Whitefield Academy and attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year. He was a three-sport standout in high school earning letters in basketball (3), football (4) and track & field (4). An Honorable Mention All-State selection in football his senior year, Miller was named the region MVP. He served as team captain of both the football and basketball teams his senior year and was the point guard on Whitefield Academy's basketball squad that won the 2009 Georgia state championship.

The Admiral Mack Award was initiated in 1976 and is named in honor of Vice Admiral William P. Mack, the Naval Academy Superintendent from 1972-75, who was a strong supporter of the school's intercollegiate athletic program. Admiral Mack's widow, Elsie, was on hand to present the award to Miller.

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