Memphis quarterback Brady White has been named the 31st recipient of the Campbell Trophy, given to college football's top scholar-athlete.

"Brady and his fellow members of the 2020 NFF National Scholar-Athlete Class represent more than just their standout athletic ability seen on the field," said NFF president & CEO Steve Hatchell. "Their academic achievements and their contributions as leaders in the community send a powerful message about the young men who play our sport. They have taken full advantage of the educational opportunities created by college football, and they have created a compelling legacy for others to follow."

White graduated cum laude with a 3.58 GPA in business from Arizona State in 3½ years. He completed his master's in sports administration at Memphis in just over a year and is pursuing a doctorate in liberal studies.