|Fred Biletnikoff Award|
|Awarded for||America's top college football receiver|
|Presented by||The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc.|
|Currently held by||Marqise Lee|
The Fred Biletnikoff Award has been presented since 1994 to America's top college football wide receiver by the TQC Foundation, Inc. (The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc.), an independent not-for-profit organization which created the award in 1994 and has sponsored it since. It is named in honor of Fred Biletnikoff, who starred at Tech Memorial High School in Erie, Pennsylvania, then Florida State University before going on to a Hall of Fame career with the Oakland Raiders.
A national selection committee consisting of over 150 journalists, commentators, broadcasters, and former players selects the award winner. No member of the board of trustees of the foundation has a vote.
Any college player who receives the football through the forward pass is eligible (wide receiver, running back, tight end) to be selected as the award winner, although every winner since 1994 has been a wide receiver.
|1994||Bobby Engram||Penn State|
|1995||Terry Glenn||Ohio State|
|1998||Troy Edwards||Louisiana Tech|
|2002||Charles Rogers||Michigan State|
|2005||Mike Hass||Oregon State|
|2006||Calvin Johnson||Georgia Tech|
|2007||Michael Crabtree||Texas Tech|
|2008||Michael Crabtree||Texas Tech|
|2009||Golden Tate||Notre Dame|
|2010||Justin Blackmon||Oklahoma State|
|2011||Justin Blackmon||Oklahoma State|
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