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2011 Biletnikoff Award Watch List

July 6, 2011

The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc. is the creator and sponsor of the Biletnikoff Award which is presented annually to the nation's outstanding college football receiver.

Over 50 Prominent journalists, commentators, announcers, and former players select the winner through a process audited by a CPA firm. While the TQC Foundation Trustees manage the organization, they have no role in the winner's selection. The award is presented annually on the ESPN College Awards Show.

For more information, visit the offical website.

2011 Watch List:

Joe Adams, Arkansas
Tavon Austin, West Virginia
Cole Beasley, SMU
Demario Belcher, Indiana
Travis Benjamin, Miami
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
Emory Blake, Auburn
Kelvin Bolden, Southern Miss
Josh Boyce, TCU
Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech
Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma
Chad Bumphis, Mississippi State
Kris Burd, Virginia
Duron Carter, Alabama
Van Chew, Syracuse
Greg Childs, Arkansas
Devonte Christopher, Utah
Josh Cooper, Oklahoma State
Juron Criner, Arizona
BJ Cunningham, Michigan State
Mike Davis, Texas
Jeremy Ebert, Northwestern
Patrick Edwards, Houston
Michael Floyd, Notre Dame
Dwayne Frampton, Arkansas State
Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M
Chris Givens, Wake Forest
Ryan Grant, Tulane
Ladarius Green, Louisiana
Noel Grigsby, San Jose State
Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas
Darius Hanks, Alabama
Mark Harrison, Rutgers
Nick Harwell, Miami (Ohio)
TY Hilton, FIU
DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson
Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina
AJ Jenkins, Illinois
Damaris Johnson, Tulsa
Darius Johnson, SMU
Dwight Jones, North Carolina
Marvin Jones, California
Kamar Jorden, Bowling Green
Jermaine Kearse, Washington
Tavarres King, Georgia
Lance Lewis, East Carolina
Rishard Mathews, Nevada
Marquis Maze, Alabama
DaJon McKnight, Minnesota
Marvin McNutt, Iowa
TJ Moe, Missouri
Derrick Moye, Penn State
Eric Page, Toledo
Daymond Patterson, Kansas
Royce Pollard, Hawaii
Devier Posey, Ohio State
Ruben Randall, LSU
Roy Roundtree, Michigan
Mike Shanahan, Pittsburgh
Tyler Shoemaker, Boise State
Michael Smith, Connecticut
Kenny Stills, Oklahoma
Bobby Swegert, Boston College
Ryan Swope, Texas A&M
Alex Torres, Texas Tech
Donovan Varner, Duke
Conner Vernon, Duke
Markus Wheaton, Oregon State
Jordon White, Western Michigan
Cody Wilson, Central Michigan
Marquess Wilson, Washington State
DJ Woods, Cincinnati
Robert Woods, USC
Jarius Wright, Arkansas
Kendall Wright, Baylor