College Football Awards: Here’s full list of all winners for 2020-21 season

College Football Awards: Here’s full list of all winners for 2020-21 season
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The red carpet was moved up rather than turned out. The lights weren’t as splendid and the pageantry and circumstance were restrained on Thursday night. That didn’t stop some of school football’s greatest stars from becoming the overwhelming focus.

The 2020-21 college football awards were given out before a public TV crowd paving the way to Monday’s College Football Playoff National Championship between No. 1 Alabama and No. 3 Ohio State.

It likely doesn’t come as a stun that Alabama players rounded up the equipment. Heisman Trophy winner DeVonta Smith won the Maxwell Award and the Walter Camp Award, the two of which are given to the country’s top player. He additionally brought home the Biletnikoff Award given to the country’s top wide recipient.

Alabama quarterback Mac Jones brought home the Davey O’Brien Award as the country’s top quarterback, running back Najee Harris won the Doak Walker Award given to the game’s best running back and Landon Dickerson won the Rimington Award as the country’s top community. Altogether, 20 honors were passed out on Thursday night.

Look at the full list of winners for the 2020 college football season below:

AWARDCATEGORY2020 WINNER
Maxwell AwardPlayer of the YearDeVonta Smith, Alabama
Walter Camp AwardPlayer of the YearDeVonta Smith, Alabama
Home Depot AwardCoach of the YearJamey Chadwell, Coastal Carolina
Jim Thorpe AwardBest Defensive BackTrevon Moehrig, TCU
Davey O’Brien AwardBest QuarterbackMac Jones, Alabama
Rimington AwardBest CenterLandon Dickerson, Alabama
Lou Groza AwardBest PlacekickerJose Borregales, Miami (FL)
Butkus AwardBest LinebackerJeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame
Doak Walker AwardBest Running BackNajee Harris, Alabama
Biletnikoff AwardBest Wide ReceiverDeVonta Smith, Alabama
John Mackey AwardBest Tight EndKyle Pitts, Florida
Outland TrophyBeset Interior LinemanAlex Leatherwood, Alabama
Ray Guy AwardBest PunterPressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech
Bednarik AwardDefensive Player of the YearZaven Collins, Tulsa
Bronko Nagurski TrophyDefensive Player of the YearZaven Collins, Tulsa
Burlsworth TrophyTop Former Walk-OnJimmy Morrissey, Pittsburgh
Disney Spirit AwardMost InspirationalDarien Rencher, Clemson
William V. Campbell TrophyAcademic HeismanBrady White, Memphis
Weurffel TrophyCommunity ServiceTeton Saltes, New Mexico
Broyles AwardBest Assistant CoachSteve Sarkisian, Alabama