CFB award watch lists: Where Ducks and Beavers stack up

CFB award watch lists: Where Ducks and Beavers stack up
July 18, 2014, 3:00 pm

It's watch list season and we've got you covered on where the Ducks and the Beavers are making appearances. Below you'll find a breakdown of all of the major awards and which ones Oregon and Oregon State players have made it onto. 

The Mackey Award, given annually to the nation's best tight end:

Connor Hamlett, Oregon State: Hamlett caught 40 passes for 364 yards to go with five touchdowns last season, much of which was lost to numerous knee injuries.

Pharoah Brown, Oregon: Brown split time with Mundt, but saw his roll increase when Colt Lyerla was dismissed from the team. Brown had 10 receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns last season.

Johnny Mundt, Oregon: Mundt broke onto the scene early and had a great freshman season, tallying 16 receptions for 281 yards and three touchdowns.

Remington Award, given annually to the nation's best center.

Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State: Seumalo started on the Remington list last season as well. He started 12 games for the Beavers, but only 10 of them at center (the other two were at right tackle). He also earned All-Pac-12 second-team honors in 2013.

Hroniss Grassu, Oregon: Grassu was a Remington finalist last season, when he earned first-team All-America honors form SI.COM and SB Nation. He was also a Pac-12 first –team selection.

Maxwell Award, given annually to the nation's top college football player.

Sean Mannion, Oregon State: Mannion threw for 4,662 yards last season, and totaled 37 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. For his career, Mannion has totaled 10,436 yards passing and 68 touchdowns. He was also a All-Pac-12 honorable mention last season.

Marcus Mariota, Oregon: Mariota had one of the best touchdown-interception ratios in the country last season, throwing 31 touchdowns and only four INTs. He also totaled 3,665 yards. Mariota was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection in 2013.

Byron Marshall, Oregon: Marshall followed a solid freshman year with an even better sophomore one, rushing for 1,038 yards and 14 touchdowns on 168 attempts. Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors in 2013.

Thomas Tyner, Oregon: Tyner had one of the best freshman campaigns in Oregon history, tallying 711 yards rushing and nine touchdowns on 115 attempts. Tyner was named to the True Freshman All-American Team by 247Sports and second-team Freshman All-America by College Football News. 

Bednarik Award, given annually to the nation's best defensive player.

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon: Ekpre-Olomu totaled 84 tackles and three interceptions last season.  He was named to numerous post season teams including: Walter Camp All-America Second Team, All-America honors from Sporting news, CBSSports.Com and USA Today, and first-team All-Pac-12.

Hornung Award, given annually to the nation's most versatile player.

Victor Bolden, Oregon State: Bolden caught six passes for 62 yards last season, but excelled on special teams. He returned 60 kickoffs and totaled 1,198 yards, including a 98 yard touchdown return.

Bronko Nagurski Trophy, given annually to the nation's best defensive player 

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon: Ekpre-Olomu totaled 84 tackles and three interceptions last season.  He was named to numerous post season teams including: Walter Camp All-America Second Team, All-America honors from Sporting news, CBSSports.Com and USA Today, and first-team All-Pac-12.

Derrick Malone, Oregon: Malone received Pac-12 honorable mention all-conference honors as a first-year starter last season. He led the Ducks in tackles with 105, 45 of which were unassisted.

Steven Nelson, Oregon State: Nelson led OSU at cornerback with 62 tackles and eight pass break-ups last season. He earned Pac-12 conference honorable mention in his first season as a Beaver.

Tony Washington, Oregon: Washington ranked 13th in the country last season in forced fumbles with four. He also had a team high in tackles-for-losses (12-50 yards) and quarterback sacks (7.5).

Outland Award, given annually to the nation's best interior lineman

Jake Fisher, Oregon: Fisher has earned Pac-12 honorable mention all-conference each of the last two years. He played a large role in the offensive line that led the Pac-12 in total offense and scoring. 

Hroniss Grassu, Oregon: Grassu was a Remington finalist last season, when he earned first-team All-America honors form SI.COM and SB Nation. He was also a Pac-12 first –team selection.

Tyler Johnstone, Oregon: Johnstone made second-team Pac-12 all-league by Athlons and honorable mention all-conference recognition by league coaches. He started 26 games in a row before an injury that kept him out of the 2014 Alamo Bowl. 

Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State: Seumalo started on the Remington list last season as well. He started 12 games for the Beavers, but only 10 of them at center (the other two were at right tackle). He also earned All-Pac-12 second-team honors in 2013.

Jim Thorpe Award, given annually to the nation's best defensive back

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon: Ekpre-Olomu totaled 84 tackles and three interceptions last season.  He was named to numerous post season teams including: Walter Camp All-America Second Team, All-America honors from Sporting news, CBSSports.Com and USA Today, and first-team All-Pac-12.

Butkus Award, given annually to the nation's best linebacker

Derrick Malone, Oregon: Malone received Pac-12 honorable mention all-conference honors as a first-year starter last season. He led the Ducks in tackles with 105, 45 of which were unassisted.

Rotary Lombardi Award, given annually to the nation's best lineman or linebacker

Hroniss Grassu, Oregon: Grassu was a Remington finalist last season, when he earned first-team All-America honors form SI.COM and SB Nation. He was also a Pac-12 first –team selection.

Tyler Johnstone, Oregon: Johnstone made second-team Pac-12 all-league by Athlons and honorable mention all-conference recognition by league coaches. He started 26 games in a row before an injury that kept him out of the 2014 Alamo Bowl. 

Derrick Malone, Oregon: Malone received Pac-12 honorable mention all-conference honors as a first-year starter last season. He led the Ducks in tackles with 105, 45 of which were unassisted.

Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State: Seumalo started on the Remington list last season as well. He started 12 games for the Beavers, but only 10 of them at center (the other two were at right tackle). He also earned All-Pac-12 second-team honors in 2013.

Biletnikoff Award, given annually to the nation's best wide receiver

Richard Mullaney, Oregon State: Mullaney was ranked second for the Beavers at wide receiver last season with 52 receptions and 788 yards. His best career game was against Utah, in which he had 7 catches for 142 yards. 

Davey O’Brien Award, given annually to the nations best quarterback

Sean Mannion, Oregon State: Mannion threw for 4,662 yards last season, and totaled 37 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. For his career, Mannion has totaled 10,436 yards passing and 68 touchdowns. He was also a All-Pac-12 honorable mention last season.

Marcus Mariota, Oregon: Mariota had one of the best touchdown-interception ratios in the country last season, throwing 31 touchdowns and only four INTs. He also totaled 3,665 yards. Mariota was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection in 2013.

Doak Walker Award, given annually to the nation's best running back

Byron Marshall, Oregon: Marshall followed a solid freshman year with an even better sophomore one, rushing for 1,038 yards and 14 touchdowns on 168 attempts. Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors in 2013.

Thomas Tyner, Oregon: Tyner had one of the best freshman campaigns in Oregon history, tallying 711 yards rushing and nine touchdowns on 115 attempts. Tyner was named to the True Freshman All-American Team by 247Sports and second-team Freshman All-America by College Football News. 

Walter Camp Award, given annually to the best player of the year

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon: Ekpre-Olomu totaled 84 tackles and three interceptions last season.  He was named to numerous post season teams including: Walter Camp All-America Second Team, All-America honors from Sporting news, CBSSports.Com and USA Today, and first-team All-Pac-12.

Sean Mannion, Oregon State: Mannion threw for 4,662 yards last season, and totaled 37 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. For his career, Mannion has totaled 10,436 yards passing and 68 touchdowns. He was also a All-Pac-12 honorable mention last season.

Marcus Mariota, Oregon: Mariota had one of the best touchdown-interception ratios in the country last season, throwing 31 touchdowns and only four INTs. He also totaled 3,665 yards. Mariota was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection in 2013.

Johnny Unitas Award, given annually to college football's most well-rounded quarterback.

Sean Mannion, Oregon State: Sean Mannion has started in 32 career games for the Beavers and has set numerous school and league records, including the Conference's single season passing mark last season with 4,662 yards. Mannion recently won the Elite 11 counselors' challenge at Nike in Beaverton and the 2014 Manning Passing Academy Air-It-Out Challenge in Louisiana.

Marcus Mariota, Oregon: Last season, Mariota had one of the best touchdown-interception ratios in the country. He threw for 3,665 yards, 31 touchdowns and only four INTs. Mariota was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection in 2013.