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Nebraska Football's Jordan Westerkamp & Brandon Reilly Make Biletnikoff Award Watch List

Two Wideouts from Lincoln make the list to find the best one in the game.

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Two more Nebraska Cornhuskers players were named to those pesky watch lists you either love or love to hate on Wednesday morning.

Senior Wide Receivers Brandon Reilly and Jordan Westerkamp were placed on the watch list for the Fred Biletnikoff Award, given to the most outstanding receiver in College Football today.

Westerkamp, a Senior from Lombard, Illinois, is already in the Top 10 in several categories for the program in catches (6th, 129), receiving yards (1,948, 4th), and touchdown grabs (9th, 13). This is the second straight season that Westerkamp has found himself on the watch list for the Biletnikoff.

Westerkamp led the Huskers last year with 65 catches for 918 yards, both marks good for second and third all-time in Nebraska history. The All-Conference player has a catch in 26 straight games.

Reilly, originally a walk-on from Lincoln Southwest High School, had 8 catches of 30+ yards last season. His 18.9 yards per catch last season was the second-best number in school history, only shy of Irving Fryar's 1983 season. Reilly had 40 total catches for 754 yards last year and four touchdowns.

The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation is responsible for the Biletnikoff Award, given for the former Florida State and Oakland Raider WR, who entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1988. The award will be presented December 8th.

The full Biletnikoff Award Watch List:

Rodney Adams, USF

Chance Allen, Houston

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State

Josh Atkinson, Tulsa

Devonte Boyd, UNLV

KD Cannon, Baylor

Jehu Chesson, Michigan

Simmie Cobbs Jr., Indiana

Corey Davis, Western Michigan

Robert Davis, Georgia State

Gehrig Dieter, Alabama

Malachi Dupre, LSU

Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech

Shelton Gibson, West Virginia

Chris Godwin, Penn State

Kenny Golladay, Northern Illinois

Penny Hart, Georgia State

Carlos Henderson, Louisiana Tech Hasaan Henderson, Nevada

Mack Hollins, North Carolina

Richie James, Middle Tennessee

Isaiah Jones, East Carolina

Ricky Jones, Indiana

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M

Jesse Kroll, Central Michigan

Jerome Lane, Akron

Allen Lazard, Iowa State

KeVonn Mabon, Ball State

Gabe Marks, Washington State

Taquan Mizzell, Virginia

Ronnie Moore, Bowling Green

Drew Morgan, Arkansas

Nicholas Norris, Western Kentucky

Zach Pascal, Old Dominion

Brandon Reilly, Nebraska

Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M

Jerico Richardson, Nevada

Calvin Ridley, Alabama

Fred Ross, Mississippi State

Travis Rudolph, Florida State

Artavis Scott, Clemson

Sebastian Smith, Ohio

JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC

Thomas Sperbeck, Boise State

Courtland Sutton, SMU

Taywan Taylor, Western Kentucky

Trent Taylor, Louisiana Tech

Cody Thompson, Toledo

DJ Thompson, Southern Miss

James Washington, Oklahoma State

Jordan Westerkamp, Nebraska

Kermit Whitfield, Florida State

Mike Williams, Clemson