LAS VEGAS – The Arena Football League has announced that Philadelphia Soul kicker Adrian Trevino has been named 2017 AFL Kicker of the Year. This marks the third consecutive year that a Philadelphia Soul place kicker has been named with the award.
Trevino (5’11”, 190, Missouri Valley) converted 104-of-114 extra point attempts and 1-of-4 field goals during the regular season. The four-year AFL veteran attempted 118 kickoffs garnering 35 touchbacks as he led the Soul to the best kickoff coverage team in the league averaging 43.1 net yards per kickoff.
|AFL KICKER OF THE YEAR|
|2014||Nich Pertuit||San Jose|
|2008||AJ Haglund||San Jose|
|2006||Remy Hamilton||Los Angeles|
|2005||Remy Hamilton||Los Angeles|
|2002||Steve Videtich||Las Vegas|
|2001||Brian Gowins||Grand Rapids|
|1999||Mike Black||New England|
|1997||Steve Videtich||New Jersey|
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