Spiller takes home All-Satellite trophy
Spiller and his four teammates are the best players in the nation in open space
The 2009 All-Satellite Team features college football's five most dangerous players in space. We've provided the skill set that makes each of these five game-breakers unique, along with a signature stat that illustrates how their skills can impact games.
While each of the members of this inaugural team brings something special to the table, only one can take home the hardware -- and by hardware, we mean an interview on "College Football Live."
So congratulations to Clemson's C.J. Spiller. While there's no trip to New York City or fancy award ceremony in his honor, Spiller has graciously accepted the award and has even offered to serve as a consultant for the All-Satellite Team selection committee moving forward. Talk about a good sport.
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