Mountain West Football: 2021 Award Watch List Tracker
Miss anything in watch list season? Follow along as lists of college football’s best are unveiled and Mountain West football is recognized.
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College football season won’t kick off until late next month, but watch list season is underway.
Though it is rare that a Mountain West player takes home some postseason hardware — BYU’s Luke Staley won the Doak Walker Award way back in 2001 and New Mexico’s Teton Saltes won the Wuerffel Trophy in 2020 — it doesn’t stop proud fan bases from staking their claim to rooting for some of the country’s best athletes.
With that in mind, check back here every day as various roll calls are revealed:
Lott IMPACT Award (exemplary player of integrity, maturity, performance, academics, community and tenacity)
Bednarik Award (defensive player of the year)
Maxwell Award (college football player of the year)
Davey O’Brien Award (best quarterback)
Doak Walker Award (best running back)
Biletnikoff Award (best pass catcher)
Rimington Trophy (best center)
John Mackey Award (best tight end)
Butkus Award (best linebacker)
Jim Thorpe Award (best defensive back)
Outland Trophy (best interior lineman)
Bronco Nagurski Trophy (outstanding defensive player)
Lou Groza Award (best kicker)
Ray Guy Award (best punter)
Paul Hornung Trophy (college football’s most versatile player)
Wuerffel Trophy (exemplary community service with athletic and academic performance)
Dodd Trophy (best head coach who emphasizes scholarship, leadership, and integrity)
Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award (best college football player with a tie to Texas)
Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (best senior or 4th-year junior quarterback)
Patrick Mannelly Award (best long snapper)
Manning Award (best quarterback after bowl season)
Mortell HOTY (best holder)
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