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Biletnikoff Award


Biletnikoff Award

Fred Biletnikoff Award
Awarded for America's top college football receiver
Country United States
Presented by The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc.
First awarded 1994
Currently held by Marqise Lee
Official website

The Biletnikoff Award is presented annually to the nation’s outstanding college football receiver (the award defines receiver as any player who catches a pass) by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc. (TQCF), creator and sponsor of the Biletnikoff Award. Any FBS (1-A) college player who catches the football through the forward pass is eligible (wide receiver, running back, tight end) to be selected as the award winner, although every winner since 1994 has been a wide receiver.

The TQC Foundation awards over $750,000 in scholarships every year to Florida high school seniors who have overcome significant physical, emotional, mental, or environmental barriers to achieve at the highest academic and extracurricular levels.

The Biletnikoff Award trophy has won a number of national awards for aesthetic beauty and is considered the most beautiful trophy in college sports.

The annual banquet has attracted the finest keynote speakers in America and has been hailed by keynoters and others, most recently Larry Csonka, as the "best banquet in college sports."

The award web site at has a large amount of information and a Biletnikoff Award FanVote and Forum for discussion of timely topics in sports.

A national selection committee consisting of over 215 journalists, commentators, broadcasters, and former players selects the award winner. No member of the board of trustees of the foundation has a vote.


Year Winner School
1994 Bobby Engram Penn State
1995 Terry Glenn Ohio State
1996 Marcus Harris Wyoming
1997 Randy Moss Marshall
1998 Troy Edwards Louisiana Tech
1999 Troy Walters Stanford
2000 Antonio Bryant Pittsburgh
2001 Josh Reed LSU
2002 Charles Rogers Michigan State
2003 Larry Fitzgerald Pittsburgh
2004 Braylon Edwards Michigan
2005 Mike Hass Oregon State
2006 Calvin Johnson Georgia Tech
2007 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
2008 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
2009 Golden Tate Notre Dame
2010 Justin Blackmon Oklahoma State
2011 Justin Blackmon Oklahoma State
2012 Marqise Lee USC

External links

  • Official website
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