Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon has been given the Paul Warfield Award by the Touchdown Club of Columbus as the nation's top receiver.
Blackmon caught 102 passes for 1,665 yards and 18 touchdowns, which led the nation. He also ranked first overall in receptions per game (9.27) and receiving yards per game (151.36).
He was one of just three receivers in college football with at least 100 receptions, and sat out a game in midseason because of a suspension. He's also a candidate for the Biletnikoff Award, college football's major national award given annually to the game's top receiver.
Past winners of the Warfield Award have been Desmond Howard, Keyshawn Johnson, Randy Moss and Larry Fitzgerald. He's the first Oklahoma State player to earn the award.