Michigan running back signee Donovan Edwards is still racking up accolades from his high school career.

Edwards was named Michigan’s Mr. Football on Friday afternoon after an outstanding senior season at West Bloomfield High School.

The award is given annually by the State Champs! Network.

Here’s a photo of Edwards holding the trophy:

Per the release, Edwards is just the second running back to ever win the award, which has been given annually since 2008.

Edwards rushed for 1,764 yards and 32 touchdowns in 12 games during his senior year at West Bloomfield.

Edwards enrolled early at Michigan and is expected to take part in spring practice. He’ll be joined by his former head coach, Ron Bellamy with the Wolverines. Bellamy was hired as Michigan’s next WR coach earlier this month.

According to 247Sports Composite rankings, Edwards was the No. 40 overall player and the No. 3 running back for the class of 2021.

Edwards is the first Wolverine to win this award since Alex Malzone in 2015.