RANDOLPH, NJ- In one of the more impressive awards going out to high school seniors this time of year, Randolph’s Chandler Boykins won the Greater Morris County Area Chapter Scholar Athlete Award.

The award goes out to student athletes who excel in Football Performance, Academic Achievements, and School Leadership.  The award is voted on by the Morris County Football Coaches Association, which consists of every head coach in the County.

Boykins was a two-year starter on both the offensive and defensive line for the Rams, and also had the honor of being the first player at Randolph to be named captain in both his junior and senior years.

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“I felt honored to receive such a prestigious award,” said Boykins.  “Especially the fact that it was voted on by all the coaches from around the County."

Players are nominated by either their Head Coach or their school’s Athletic Director. 

Boykins will be attending Assumption College this fall on an Academic and Football Scholarship, where he will be playing Defensive Line.  While in the classroom, the plans to major in Marketing and minor in Sports Management.