Courtney Love named to 2017 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team

09/21/2017 01:08 PM

Kentucky senior linebacker Courtney Love has been named to the 2017 Allstate Good Works Team, it was announced Thursday.

Twenty two college football players overall were named to the team. Love was one of just 11 Football Bowl Subdivision players named. The award honors athletes who display selflessness and community service.

Courtney Love is dedicated to helping others. He leads the team in community service hours and is passionate about working with children, especially those who live in a one-parent household or have incarcerated parents.

Love has also been involved with a Skype mentoring program with high school students in the area. He has volunteered at the UK Children’s Hospital, and helped with events put on by Read Across America and Special Olympics.

Here’s the 2017 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team:

Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS)
Daniel Carlson – Auburn University
Gabe Brandner – Duke University
Mavin Saunders – Florida State University
Brent Stockstill – Middle Tennessee State University
A.J. Cole, III – North Carolina State University
Brandon Smith – Pennsylvania State University
Harrison Phillips – Stanford University
Shaq Jones – University of Alabama-Birmingham
Aaron Davis – University of Georgia
Courtney Love – University of Kentucky
Tommy Openshaw – Vanderbilt University

Combined Divisions (FCS, II, III & NAIA)
Reece Foy – Amherst College
Josh Dalki – Bethel University (Minn.)
Ryan Stratton – Edinboro University
Jake Daugherty – Ferris State University
Tyler Schubert – Franklin & Marshall College
Jacob Jenness – Northwestern College (Iowa)
Gunnar Orcutt – Peru State College
Will Gillach – Saint John’s University (Minn.)
Jake Wieneke – South Dakota State University
Patrick Mohorcic – The College of Wooster
Dillon Vaughan – West Texas A&M University

Honorary Head Coach
Pat Fitzgerald – Northwestern University

Clayton Abernathy

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