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Beth Maiman | NCAA.com | July 28, 2018

2018 college football awards watch lists

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The 2018 college football season is approaching soon, and that means there's a new set of award watch lists to keep an eye out for. 

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Sixteen different award watch lists are announced throughout July. These watch lists will be shortened throughout the season and this year's winners will be announced in early December at the annual Home Depot College Football Awards, hosted by the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, Georgia.

Click here to check out the full list of winners from last year's awards.

Below is the full list of 2018 preseason watch lists that have been officially announced

AWARD WATCH LISTS: 

Bednarik -- Awarded to the most outstanding defensive player of the year.

Maxwell -- Awarded to the college football player of the year.

Mackey --  Awarded to the best tight end in college football

Rimington --Awarded to college football's top center.

Lou Groza --  Awarded to college football's top place-kicker. 

Ray Guy  -- Awarded to the top collegiate punter.

Nagurski -- Awarded to the best defensive player in college football. 

Outland --Awarded to the best interior lineman in college football. 

Thorpe -- Awarded to the the best defensive back in college football

Butkus  -- Awarded to the best linebacker in college football. 

Hornung -- Awarded  to the most versatile player in college football.

Biletnikoff -- Awarded to the outstanding college football receiver regardless of position. 

Wuerffel  -- Awarded to the player who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement.

O'Brien -- Awarded to the best quarterback in the country. 

Doak Walker --Awarded to college football's premier running back. 

Walter Camp  -- Awarded to the college player of the year. 

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