A Red Raider football player has been nominated to the AFCA Good Works Team for his charitable work off the field.

Senior wide receiver Bradley Marquez was named one of just 182 nominees for the AFCA Good Works Team. The award, which was established in 1992, is meant to honor a college football athlete for charitable work outside of their sport.

Marquez is one of nine students from the Big 12 Conference named for this award. According to the Texas Tech Athletics Department, Marquez spends his free time at charities like the Ronald McDonald House and the YWCA.

The final roster of award recipients will be announced in September and fans will be allowed to vote for a team captain at the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Website on ESPN.com