The initial Biletnikoff Award has been released, outlining the field for the award given annually to the nation's outstanding wide receiver by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club.

Among the 75 candidates on the watch list, three each compete for Alabama and Arkansas. Duke, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU and Texas A&M each have two candidates on the list.

Four of the top five receiving leaders from 2010 are on the watch list, including Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon, who led the nation with 148.5 receiving yards per game and 20 touchdowns for the Cowboys. Blackmon won the award as a sophomore last year.

Also back are Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles (3rd, 115.86 ypg, 14 TD), Western Michigan's Jordan White (4th, 114.83 ypg, 10 TD) and South Carolina's Alshon Jeffery (5th, 108.36 ypg, 9 TD).

2011 Biletnikoff Award Watch List
Player School Player School
Joe Adams Arkansas Damaris Johnson Tulsa
Tavon Austin West Virginia Darius Johnson SMU
Cole Beasley SMU Dwight Jones North Carolina
Demario Belcher Indiana Marvin Jones California
Travis Benjamin Miami Kamar Jorden Bowling Green
Justin Blackmon Oklahoma State Jermaine Kearse Washington
Emory Blake Auburn Tavarres King Georgia
Kelvin Bolden Southern Miss Lance Lewis East Carolina
Josh Boyce TCU Rishard Mathews Nevada
Jarrett Boykin Virginia Tech Marquis Maze Alabama
Ryan Broyles Oklahoma DaJon McKnight Minnesota
Chad Bumphis Mississippi State Marvin McNutt Iowa
Kris Burd Virginia TJ Moe Missouri
Duron Carter Alabama Derrick Moye Penn State
Van Chew Syracuse Eric Page Toledo
Greg Childs Arkansas Daymond Patterson Kansas
Devonte Christopher Utah Royce Pollard Hawaii
Josh Cooper Oklahoma State Devier Posey Ohio State
Juron Criner Arizona Ruben Randall LSU
BJ Cunningham Michigan State Roy Roundtree Michigan
Mike Davis Texas Mike Shanahan Pittsburgh
Jeremy Ebert Northwestern Tyler Shoemaker Boise State
Patrick Edwards Houston Michael Smith Connecticut
Michael Floyd Notre Dame Kenny Stills Oklahoma
Dwayne Frampton Arkansas State Bobby Swegert Boston College
Jeff Fuller Texas A&M Ryan Swope Texas A&M
Chris Givens Wake Forest Alex Torres Texas Tech
Ryan Grant Tulane Donovan Varner Duke
Ladarius Green Louisiana-Lafayette Conner Vernon Duke
Noel Grigsby San Jose State Markus Wheaton Oregon State
Cobi Hamilton Arkansas Jordan White Western Michigan
Darius Hanks Alabama Cody Wilson Central Michigan
Mark Harrison Rutgers Marquess Wilson Washington State
Nick Harwell Miami (Ohio) DJ Woods Cincinnati
TY Hilton FIU Robert Woods USC
DeAndre Hopkins Clemson Jarius Wright Arkansas
Alshon Jeffery South Carolina Kendall Wright Baylor
AJ Jenkins Illinois