Ohio State punter Drue Chrisman was named one of the semifinalists for the William V. Campbell Trophy.
The award is given to a senior scholar-athlete by the National Football Foundation and the College Football Hall of Fame.
The criteria for the award include a minimum 3.20 GPA and also combine on and off the field accomplishments.
Chrisman carries a 3.334 GPA and graduated in December with a degree in consumer and family financial services. He is currently pursuing a second undergraduate degree in human development and family science.
He is also a four-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and earned Academic All-Big Ten honors three times.
Chrisman, who is known for his water bottle-flipping talents on social media, raised more than $15,00 for the World Wildlife Fund’s Australia brushfire relief efforts during a 24-hour flipping marathon.
For his football accomplishments, Chrisman is a two-time Ray Guy Award semifinalist and ranks fourth in school history in career punting average (43.9 yards) and third in punts placed inside the 20-yard line (72).
He was an honorable mention All-Big Ten selection in 2019 and a third-team pick in 2018.
The winner will be chosen in December from a list of 12-15 athletes National Football Foundation and the College Football Hall of Fame.
Chrisman would become the third Buckeye to win the award after Bobby Hoying (1995) and Craig Krenzel (2003).