College Football Awards 2018: Complete List Of Winners

The 2018 College Football Awards were announced over the weekend for some of the most prestigious awards in the nation. Among the awards that were announced were the Heisman Trophy, Walter Camp Award, Davey O’Brien Award for best quarterback, AP Player of the Year, Nagurski Trophy for best defensive player, Doak Walker Award for best running back, Biletnikoff Award for best receiver, and much more.
Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray and Alabama signal-caller Tua Tagovailoa won the top honors, with Murray bringing home the Heisman Trophy and Tagovailoa being honored as the Maxwell Award and Walter Camp Player of the Year.
On the defensive side of the ball, it was Kentucky Wildcats star linebacker Josh Allen who picked up both the Bednarik Award and Nagurski Trophy.
If you missed out on any of the award presentations, we have you covered.
A full list of winners from the 2018 College Football Awards can be seen below.


2018 College Football Awards: Full List Of Winners

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AwardCategory2018 Winner
Maxwell AwardPlayer of the YearTua Tagovailoa, Alabama
Walter Camp AwardPlayer of the YearTua Tagovailoa, Alabama
Home Depot AwardCoach of the YearBrian Kelly, Notre Dame
Jim Thorpe AwardBest Defensive BackDeAndre Baker, Georgia
Davey O’Brien AwardBest QuarterbackKyler Murray, Oklahoma
Rimington TrophyBest CenterGarrett Bradbury, NC State
Lou Groza AwardBest PlacekickerAndre Szmyt, Syracuse
Butkus AwardBest LinebackerDevin White, LSU
Doak Walker AwardBest Running BackJonathan Taylor, Wisconsin
Biletnikoff AwardBest Wide ReceiverJerry Jeudy, Alabama
John Mackey AwardBest Tight EndTJ Hockenson, Iowa
Outland TrophyBest Interior LinemanQuinnen Williams, Alabama
Ray Guy AwardBest PunterBraden Mann, Texas A&M
Bednarik AwardDefensive Player of the YearJosh Allen, Kentucky
Nagurski TrophyDefensive Player of the YearJosh Allen, Kentucky
Disney Spirit AwardMost InspirationalTyler Trent, Purdue
William V. Campbell TrophyAcademic HeismanChristian Wilkins, Clemson
Wuerffel TrophyCommunity ServiceDrue Tranquill, Notre Dame
Broyles AwardBest Assistant CoachMike Locksley, Alabama
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