Canyon, Texas - Dustin Vaughan has added to his already long list of awards, and quite possibly on his way to becoming one of the best players in West Texas A&M University history. He was announced Tuesday as an All-American for the second straight year by the American Football Coaches Association.
But most importantly, this Friday we will find out if he will be bringing home the Harlon Hill Trophy, the so-called Heisman of Division II football.
We caught up with the superb quarterback and talked with him about his success.
"It's kind of another honor, another accolade. But again, I think it points to the success of this team. The longer you play, the more a chance of receiving accolades like this. To be in the position of quarterback, it's been an extreme honor to be able to play with these guys, to pass to those receivers, to have those offensive linemen block for you. It's been incredible," Vaughan said.