Class of 2006
Running Back and Corner, Trevor ‘The Ghost’ Carthy, made a huge impact not only at the Bulls but his talent and reputation recognised world wide. Trevor won 4 British titles with the Bulls, and was runner-up a further five times. He also played for the Bulls in the first ever EuroBowl tournament. In 1989 he starred for the GB Lions team that won the European Championship, and scored 2 TD’s in the final against Germany. In 1990 he was selected to play for the London Monarchs in the WLAF as part of the Operation Discovery programme for outstanding home grown players.
Greg Harris a Bulls stand-out receiver in 1988, unaware he would be receiving this award. The Former NCAA Division 2 Tight End was 1 of 4 imports brought over by then club owner Frank Leadon for the 1988 campaign. Greg set himself apart from all competition posting amazing stats, Making 122 catches for a total of 2056 yards. Scoring 22 touchdowns and averaging an astounding 16.9 yards per catch. Even today, Greg Harris is still a record holder in British football, holding the record for Most Receiving Yards in a Season (1988) with his 2056 yards, and the record for most Catches in a season (1988) with the 122 grabs.
Class of 2007
Running back and linebacker Colin “Diesel” Nash
Stand out Center Gary “Billy” Mills was the anchor of the Bulls offensive line for many years…
Class of 2008
Outstanding place kicker for the Bulls Mark “spider” Webb