The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Most Valuable Player Award for the 2016 season.
Most Valuable Player of the Year: Charles McCullum (QB, Wichita Falls Nighthawks)
Wichita Falls Nighthawks QB Charles McCullum has been named the 2016 IFL Most Valuable Player.
During the 2016 season, McCullum led the Nighthawks to the team's first-ever playoff berth and helped the team sport the number one offense in the IFL. The explosive quarterback started 12 regular season games for the Nighthawks leading them to a 10-2 record during that span.
McCullum (6'2,205, Stillman College) had a prolific season finishing the year completing 273 of 390 passes for 2,959 yards and 56 touchdowns. McCullum's 2,959 passing yards were the most in the IFL this season. His average of 246.1 passing yards per game was more than 50 yards more per game than any other IFL quarterback. The Nighthawks signal caller also proved to be laser accurate in 2016 as he led the IFL in completion percentage, completing 70 percent of his passes.