Sixty-five young men, the area's top rising senior football players, will be honored at May 16th banquet
The Baltimore Touchdown Club has announced the members of its 20th annual Super 22 Team, which will be honored on Tuesday, May 16th (6:30) at the BTC Super 22 Showcase at Michael’s 8th Avenue in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
The event will feature 65 of the top current juniors, who will be playing their senior seasons in the fall, as selected by their coaches. All of these athletes, based on their athletic progress and academic capabilities are candidates for college football scholarships.
“These young men join an honor roll of past Super 22 honorees who have gone on to great success in football and life,” said Scott Ripley, Senior Vice President of the Baltimore Touchdown Club. “Because of our track record of identifying outstanding young men with the potential to be successful college football players, the BTC has formed a bond of trust with college scouts and recruiters, who have made the Super 22 event and our all-star games and integral part of their recruiting game plans.”
Of past Super 22 honorees, 22 have gone on to participate in NFL camps and several are still active on NFL rosters. The evening will also feature recognition of the BTC’s Adult Award winners, including area Coaches of the Year.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Scott Ripley at email@example.com for tickets. Tickets are $45 per person, which includes a sit-down dinner. Please come and join us for this exciting event on the evening of Tuesday, May 17th.
Below is the complete list of Adult Award winners, followed by the list of Super 22 honorees.
2016 BTC COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS: (As voted by the membership)
Baltimore County: Ric Evans, Hereford HS Baltimore City- Co-Coaches: Patrick Nixon, Mervo HS and Elwood Townsend, Reginald Lewis HS Howard County: Butch Schaffer, Glenelg HS MIAA: Ian Thomas, St. Vincent Pallotti HS Anne Arundel County: Nicholas Good-Malloy, Annapolis HS Carroll County: Larry Lluthe, Liberty HS Frederick County: Joe Polce, Walkersville HS
Hall of Fame AWARDS:
Youth Coach of the Year Marty Engel- LOUYAA - Frederick County, Maryland. Jason Clarke - Old Mill Youth Association
Assistant Coaches of the Year Award Vinnie Elliott - Arundel High School Scott Esworthy - South Carroll High School
Service to Football within the BTC Organization Matt Little, Baltimore Ravens Adam Rudel, Baltimore Ravens
Service to Football outside the BTC Organization Andy DePaola, DePaola’s Grill in Arbutus
BTC Special Achievement Award Carole A. Working, Ouince Orchard HS
Principal or Administrator of the Year Award Vance Benton, Patterson HS
Media Person of the Year Award Bob Hough, Capital Gazette
Augie Waibel Legends Award Marc Mesaros, Eastern Tech HS
George Young Lifetime Achievement Award Bob Milloy, Good Council HS
Personality of the Year Award & Keynote Speaker TBA