Defensive Player of the Year: Jermiah Price (DL, Cedar Rapids Titans)
For a second consecutive season, Cedar Rapids Titans DL Jermiah Price has been named the IFL Defensive Player of the Year.
Price (6'2,244, Oklahoma State) helped lead the way for the Titans to again lead the IFL in total defense (200.2 ypg) and points allowed (39.3). Price and fellow Titans DL Xzavie Jackson helped the Titans continue to have the IFL's most furious pass rush as the duo combined for 43 sacks, most in the IFL.
Price would finish the season with 14 sacks, 24 tackles for loss, 60 total tackles, three forced fumbles, on fumble recovery one interception for touchdown, and one blocked kick. Price's 14 sacks were second in the IFL as were his 24 tackles for loss.
At the conclusion of the regular season, Price was named First Team All-IFL Defensive Lineman.