Port Huron High graduate Troy Burrell concluded his college career at Wayne State University football with a celebratory banquet this past weekend. Burrell, a senior wide receiver, shared the 2011 Offensive Most Valuable Player Award with senior running back Josh Renel of Rochester Adams. Burrell had 87 receptions for 1,633 yards and 15 touchdowns for the Warriors, who reached the NCAA Division II title game before losing.. Burrell earned the Scholar-Athlete Award after starting all 16 games as a senior. A four-time Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Academic selection, he concluded his career with a 38-game reception streak. Burrell also earned academic honor roll status all nine semesters at Wayne State. A new award instituted this past offseason is the Courtney “Cortez” Smith Award for the WSU football student-athlete who best exemplifies what Smith stood for — “It’s all about Character.” The Cortez Smith Award was given to Burrell who is also active in the community.