The 2016 Mortell HOTY Award winner is Garrett Moores from the University of Michigan. Garrett was a perfect 82 / 82 on his placeholding (62 XP, 20 FG). In addition, Moores successfully converted a two-point conversion by rushing for the score vs Rutgers in what proved to be his signature Mortell HOTY Award moment.
Moores is a Northville, Michigan native, and he is a two-time U-M Athletic Academic Achievement winner. In 2016, he earned All-Academic Big 10 Honors. Moores is currently enrolled in the College of Literature, Science, and The Arts, and is a major in Political Science. 

​Garrett Moores
University of Michigan

Garrett is partnering with the VA in Ann Arbor.
​The 2015 Mortell HOTY Award winner was Peter Mortell from the University of Minnesota. The inaugural winner and creater of the award was a perfect 50 / 50 on holds, icluding a signature hold on a GW 17 yard field goal vs Colorado State on 9/12/2015. 
Raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Peter attended Notre Dame Academy where he led the Tritons to a 5-5 record his senior year.

Mortell spent the 2016 preseason with the Green Bay Packers averaging over 45 yards per punt on 9 attempts, and he was a perfect 4 / 4 on field goal holds.

​Peter Mortell
University of Minnesota

After receiving the award, Mortell partnered with the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital where he raised approximately $30,000 for Christmas gifts to teenage patients.