For the first time in the National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete program’s 57-year history, an SJSU player will be honored. Wide receiver Tim Crawley will receive an $18,000 postgraduate scholarship and be a finalist for this year’s William V. Campbell Trophy presented by Fidelity Investments. The NFF and the College Football Hall of Fame award the trophy to the “best scholar-athlete in the nation.” Crawley graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s in business management information systems and is enrolled in the university’s master’s program in interdisciplinary studies. “I have to give my mom [Stacey Tinker] a lot of credit,” he said. “She got on me at an early age to put academics first and be serious in the classroom.” Crawley is this year’s only honoree from a California-based university and the Mountain West.