Biletnikoff Award Watch List is out

Like just about everyone else, we here at RoadTripSports.com and PostinsPostcards are gearing up for college football season. Both Kendall Webb and I are members of the Football Writers Association of America, which means come season’s end we’ll get to vote on the prestigious FWAA All-America team and some of the major college football awards for 2013.

The watch lists are rolling out for the major awards in college football. Next up is the Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s best wide receiver. The complete list, including key dates for the Biletnikoff Award, is below.

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Biletnikoff Award

Named for … The Biletnikoff Award is named for Pro Football Hall of Famer Fred Biletnikoff.

2012 winner: Marqise Lee, Southern Cal

2013 announcement: Dec. 12 (The Home Depot College Football Awards on ESPN)

2013 Dates: Semifinalists, Nov. 18; Finalists, Nov. 25; Banquet, Feb. 9, 2014, Tallahassee, FL

2013 Biletnikoff Award Watch List Candidates

Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin, SR

Davante Adams, Fresno State, SO

Nelson Agholor, USC, SO

Alex Amidon, Boston College, SR

Odell Beckham, Jr., LSU, JR

Kenny Bell, Nebraska, JR

Michael Bennett, Georgia, JR

Chris Boyd, Vanderbilt, JR

Corey Brown, Ohio State, SR

Aaron Burbridge, Michigan State, SO

Damiere Byrd, South Carolina, JR

Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest, SR

Brandon Carter, TCU, JR

Brandon Coleman, Rutgers, JR

Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, JR

Amari Cooper, Alabama, SO

Jamison Crowder, Duke, JR

DaVaris Daniels, Notre Dame, JR

Mike Davis, Texas, SR

Quinshad Davis, North Carolina, SO

Titus Davis, Central Michigan, JR

Stefon Diggs, Maryland, SO

Phillip Dorsett, Miami, JR

William Dukes, FAU, JR

Quinton Dunbar, Florida, JR

Bruce Ellington, South Carolina, JR

Mike Evans, Texas A&M, SO

Shaquelle Evans, UCLA, SR

Austin Franklin, New Mexico State, JR

Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, SR

Keyarris Garrett, Tulsa, JR

Ryan Grant, Tulane, SR

Rashad Greene, FSU, JR

Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri, SO

Deontay Greenberry, Houston, SO

Noel Grigsby, San Jose State, SR

Je’Ron Hamm, Louisiana-Monroe, SR

Justin Hardy, East Carolina, JR

Chris Harper, California, SO

Robert Herron, Wyoming, SR

Cody Hoffman, BYU, SR

Josh Huff, Oregon, SR

T.J. Jones, Notre Dame, SR

Cody Latimer, Indiana, JR

Marqise Lee, USC, JR

Jordan Leslie, UTEP, JR

Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt, SR

J.D. McKissic, Arkansas State, SO

Trey Metoyer, Oklahoma, SO

Matt Miller, Boise State, JR

Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia, JR

Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss, JR

Tracy Moore, Oklahoma State, SR

Alex Neutz, Buffalo, JR

Kevin Norwood, Alabama, SR

DeVante Parker, Louisville, JR

Charone Peake, Clemson, JR

Bernard Reedy, Toledo, SR

Tevin Reese, Baylor, SR

Paul Richardson, Colorado, JR

Allen Robinson, Penn State, JR

Shaq Roland, South Carolina, SO

Alonzo Russell, Toledo, SO

Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma, SR

Jaxon Shipley, Texas, JR

Tommy Shuler, Marshall, SO

Devin Smith, Ohio State, JR

Willie Snead, Ball State, JR

Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State, JR

Devin Street, Pittsburgh, JR

Eric Thomas, Troy, SR

Jordan Thompson, West Virginia, SO

Eric Ward, Texas Tech, SR

Sammy Watkins, Clemson, JR

Brandon Wimberly, Nevada, SR

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