List of Fred Biletnikoff Award Winners by Year

Since 1994, the Fred Biletnikoff Award has honored the very best receiver in all of college football, and we have all the winners listed here by year.

Named after the legendary Florida State and Oakland Raiders wide receiver, the Fred Biletnikoff Award honors the top receiver in college football. Awarded since 1994 by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, any player who catches the football through a forward pass is eligible.

The full list of Fred Biletnikoff Award winners listed by year is below.

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Fred Biletnikoff Award Winners by Year

  • 2023 – Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State
  • 2022 – Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee
  • 2021 – Jordan Addison, Pittsburgh
  • 2020 – DeVonta Smith, Alabama
  • 2019 – Ja’Marr Chase, LSU
  • 2018 – Jerry Jeudy, Alabama
  • 2017 – James Washington, Oklahoma State
  • 2016 – Dede Westbrook, Oklahoma
  • 2015 – Corey Coleman, Baylor
  • 2014 – Amari Cooper, Alabama
  • 2013 – Brandin Cooks, Oregon State
  • 2012 – Marqise Lee, USC
  • 2011 – Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
  • 2010 – Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
  • 2009 – Golden Tate, Notre Dame
  • 2008 – Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech
  • 2007 – Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech
  • 2006 – Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech
  • 2005 – Mike Hass, Oregon State
  • 2004 – Braylon Edwards, Michigan
  • 2003 – Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh
  • 2002 – Charles Rogers, Michigan State
  • 2001 – Josh Reed, LSU
  • 2000 – Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh
  • 1999 – Troy Walters, Stanford
  • 1998 – Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech
  • 1997 – Randy Moss, Marshall
  • 1996 – Marcus Harris, Wyoming
  • 1995 – Terry Glenn, Ohio State
  • 1994 – Bobby Engram, Penn State

In 2023, Marvin Harrison Jr. became the second Ohio State wide receiver to win the Biletnikoff Award, following in the footsteps of Terry Glenn, who won the award in 1995.

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