Former Cocoa High Star Javian Hawkins Named Freshman All-American After Leading Louisville in Rushing

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rushed for 1,420 yards for the Cardinals this season

ABOVE VIDEO: Former Cocoa High star Javian Hawkins was named first-team Freshman All-American by The Athletic Dec. 12 after rushing for 1,420 yards for the Louisville Cardinals this season.

Hawkins ranks seventh in the country with rushing yards and is first among freshmen ball carriers nationally; averaged 118.3 yards per game

(SPORTS ILLUSTRATED) – Javian Hawkins’ production in 2019 might have surprised some, but the redshirt freshman believed he could be one of the nation’s best ball carriers.

Hawkins was named first-team Freshman All-American by The Athletic Dec. 12 after rushing for 1,420 yards for Louisville football this season.

Hawkins ranks seventh in the country with rushing yards and is first among freshmen ball carriers nationally.

The 5-foot-9 running back averaged 118.3 yards per game and surpassed 100 yards in seven games.

He didn’t find out about being included on the All-American team until after practice Thursday.

“It shows that hard work does pay off,” Hawkins said. “There have always been goals to have fun and be great.”

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