Track 2012 NCFAA preseason award watch lists

Members of the National College Football Awards Association (NCFAA) have begun unveiling their preseason watch lists, a process that will go through Friday, July 20. In all, 15 of the nation’s top 21 awards will release a watch list. See the official lists in this post.

Mon., July 9

Big Ten candidates: James Vandenberg, Iowa; Denard Robinson, Michigan; Fitzgerald Toussaint, Michigan; Le’Veon Bell, Michigan State; Rex Burkhead, Nebraska; Braxton Miller, Ohio State; Silas Redd, Penn State; Montee Ball, Wisconsin.

Big Ten candidates: Jonathan Brown, Illinois; Michael Buchanan, Illinois; Micah Hyde, Iowa; James Morris, Iowa; Johnny Adams, Michigan State; Denicos Allen, Michigan State; Max Bullough, Michigan State; William Gholston, Michigan State; Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State; John Simon, Ohio State; Gerald Hodges, Penn State; Ricardo Allen, Purdue; Kawann Short, Purdue; Chris Borland, Wisconsin.

Tues., July 10

Big Ten candidates: Ted Bolser, Indiana; C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa; Dion Sims, Michigan State; Kyler Reed, Nebraska; Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State; Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin.

Big Ten candidates: Graham Pocic, Illinois; Will Matte, Indiana; James Ferentz, Iowa; Brandon Vitabile, Northwestern; Matt Stankiewitch, Penn State; Travis Frederick, Wisconsin.

Wed., July 11

  • Lou Groza Award – Presented to the nation’s top place-kicker by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission

Big Ten candidates: Mitch Ewald, Indiana; Mike Meyer, Iowa; Dan Conroy, Brendan Gibbons, Michigan; Michigan State; Brett Maher, Nebraska; Drew Basil, Ohio State; Anthony Fera, Penn State.

Big Ten candidates: Brett Maher, Nebraska

Thurs., July 12

Big Ten candidates: Jonathan Brown, Illinois; Michael Buchanan, Illinois; Micah Hyde, Iowa; Jordan Kovacs, Michigan; Johnny Adams, Michigan State; Max Bullough, Michigan State; William Gholston, Michigan State; Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State; John Simon, Ohio State; Gerald Hodges, Penn State; Ricardo Allen, Purdue; Kawann Short, Purdue; Chris Borland, Wisconsin; Mike Taylor, Wisconsin.

Big Ten candidates: Graham Pocic, Illinois; Akeem Spence, Illinois; James Ferentz, Iowa; Taylor Lewan, Michigan; Chris McDonald, Michigan State; Spencer Long, Nebraska; Baker Steinkuhler, Nebraska; Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State; Jordan Hill, Penn State; Kawann Short, Purdue; Travis Frederick, Wisconsin; Ricky Wagner, Wisconsin.

Fri., July 13

Big Ten candidates: Johnny Adams, Michigan State; Isaiah Lewis, Michigan State; C.J. Barnett, Ohio State; Ricardo Allen, Purdue.

Mon., July 16

Big Ten candidates: Jonathan Brown, Illinois; James Morris, Iowa; Denicos Allen, Michigan State; Max Bullough, Michigan State; David Nwabuisi, Northwestern; Etienne Sabino, Ohio State; Gerald Hodges, Penn State; Michael Mauti, Penn State; Chris Borland, Wisconsin.

Big Ten candidates: Jonathan Brown, Illinois; Michael Buchanan, Illinois; Akeem Spence, Illinois; James Morris, Iowa; Kenny Demens, Michigan; Taylor Lewan, Michigan; Denicos Allen, Michigan State; Max Bullough, Michigan State; William Gholston, Michigan State; Chris McDonald, Michigan State; Marcus Rush, Michigan State; Spencer Long, Nebraska; Baker Steinkuhler, Nebraska; Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State; John Simon, Ohio State; Jake Stonburner, Ohio State; Jordan Hill, Penn State; Gerald Hodges, Penn State; Kawann Short, Purdue; Chris Borland, Wisconsin; Travis Frederick, Wisconsin; Mike Taylor, Wisconsin; Ricky Wagner, Wisconsin.

Tues., July 17

  • Biletnikoff Award – Presented to the nation’s most outstanding receiver by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation

Big Ten candidates: Keenan Davis, Iowa; Roy Roundtree, Michigan; Corey Brown, Ohio State; Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin.

Wed., July 18

Big Ten candidates: Nathan Scheelhaase, Illinois; James Vandenberg, Iowa; Denard Robinson, Michigan; Taylor Martinez, Nebraska; Braxton Miller, Ohio State.

Thurs., July 19

  • Doak Walker Award  – Presented to the nation’s premier running back by the PwC SMU Athletic Forum

Big Ten candidates: Fitzgerald Toussaint, Michigan; Le’Veon Bell, Michigan State; Rex Burkhead, Nebraska; Jordan Hall, Ohio State; Silas Redd, Penn State; Montee Ball, Wisconsin; James White, Wisconsin.

Fri., July 20

Big Ten candidates: Denard Robinson, Michigan; William Gholston, Michigan State; Rex Burkhead, Nebraska; Montee Ball, Wisconsin.

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