The Miami Hurricanes' Turnover Chain has become one of the most coveted possessions in college football. Although Braxton Berrios might as well be the team's best player, he hasn't worn the bling because he is a wide receiver.

However, when Berrios ends his career Saturday night in the Orange Bowl against Wisconsin, he has ideas of how to get the chain.

"I have one more game left to try to find a way on special teams to get it," Berrios says. "Or maybe if God forbid we throw an interception and maybe I strip it from them. I'm very opportunistic about trying to get that turnover chain."

Berrios, a senior, leads the Hurricanes in receptions (52), receiving yards (634) and receiving touchdowns (nine). He was named to the All-ACC third team as a receiver, earned All-ACC honorable mention for special teams and won the Jim Tatum Award as the conference's top scholar-athlete.

ThePostGame spoke to Berrios in New York City, where the National Football Foundation honored him as a National Scholar-Athlete Class & Campbell Trophy Finalist. Virginia's Micah Kiser was awarded the William V. Campbell Trophy, commonly referred to as the "Academic Heisman." The 2017 College Football Hall of Fame Class, which includes Peyton Manning, Brian Urlacher and Matt Leinart, was also honored.

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