James Washington named Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist

first_img16Taj WilliamsTCUJr.WR93364319.48 26Josh MaloneTennesseeJr.WR103564818.51 25Deandre ThompkinsPenn St.So.WR91935318.58 1Jalen RobinetteAir ForceSr.WR102876027.14 19Carlos HendersonLouisiana TechJr.WR1061117919.33 21Jimmy WilliamsEast CarolinaSr.WR103771119.22 RankNameTeamClPositionGRecRec YdsAvg 6Jon’Vea JohnsonToledoSo.WR103470020.59 24Cedrick WilsonBoise St.Jr.WR104482718.80 3Jaylen SmithLouisvilleSo.WR102248722.14 While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. 2Jeff BadetKentuckyJr.WR102354523.70 11Chico McClatcherWashingtonSo.WR92040120.05 7Cody ThompsonToledoJr.WR1050102120.42 13Deon CainClemsonSo.WR102549419.76 14Donald GrayMississippi St.Jr.WR103058719.57 4Ahmmon RichardsMiami (FL)Fr.WR103473221.53 5Jester WeahPittsburghJr.WR102860121.46 10James WashingtonOklahoma St.Jr.WR1056113220.21 22Josh ReynoldsTexas A&MSr.WR103974119.00 12Shelton GibsonWest VirginiaJr.WR93570120.03 20Stephen LouisNorth Carolina St.So.WR102446319.29 27Dede WestbrookOklahomaSr.WR1068125418.44 18Deangelo YanceyPurdueSr.WR103771819.41 23RJ TurnerLa.-MonroeSo.WR102343318.83 James Washington has been named one of ten semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award, which is given to the country’s most outstanding receiver regardless of position. Washington has recorded 56 receptions for 1132 yards and 9 touchdowns this season. Here are the other semifinalists that were named Monday morning:Austin Carr, NorthwesternCorey Davis, Western MichiganAmba Etta-Tawo, SyracuseCarlos Henderson, Louisiana TechIsaiah “Zay”Jones, East CarolinaJohn Ross, WashingtonTaywan Taylor, Western KentuckyTrent Taylor, Louisiana TechJames Washington, Oklahoma StateDede Westbrook, OklahomaWashington is No. 8 in total receiving yards on the season in the country, but what hurts him is his volume. He ranks 41st in total receptions per game with just 5.6 receptions per game. That’s a testament to what he has been able to do in his limited touches, still sitting in the top 10 in total receiving yards per game at 113.2.Here is how he stacks up in yards per reception (via NCAA.com) 17Kevin KutcheraSouth Ala.Sr.WR92446619.42 15Kevin StephersonNotre DameFr.DB102141019.52 9Mikah HolderSan Diego St.Jr.WR92142620.29 The three Biletnikoff finalists will be announced on Nov. 21, and the award winner will be named on Dec. 8 on the Home Depot College Football Awards Show. 8Josh StewartUTSAJr.WR102959120.38last_img

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