Tight end Aron White is one of 11 Football Bowl Subdivision players nationwide named to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team.
For 20 years, the award, which is administered by the American Football Coaches Association, has recognized a select group of college football players committed to making a difference in their communities. UGA leads the nation in Good Works team honorees. White is UGA’s 13th selection since the award’s inception in 1992.
A fifth-year senior from Columbia, Mo., White has a lengthy list of community service contributions, including visits to Camps Sunshine and Kudzu, participating in the MLK Day of Service, assisting with Habitat for Humanity, visiting with patients at Egleston Children’s Hospital and St. Mary’s Hospital, playing in the Bulldogs Battling Breast Cancer Golf Tournament and visiting with local youth at elementary schools and the Boys and Girls Club. He also has taken part in additional service projects with his fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha.