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John Mackey Award

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John Mackey Award

John Mackey Award
Awarded for College Football's Most Outstanding Tight End
Country United States
First awarded 2000
Currently held by Nick O'Leary, Florida State
Official website

The John Mackey Award is presented annually to college football's most outstanding tight end.

The award is given to the collegiate tight end who best exemplifies the play, sportsmanship, academics, and community values of NFL Hall of Fame tight end John Mackey.


Year Winner School
2000 Tim Stratton Purdue
2001 Daniel Graham Colorado
2002 Dallas Clark Iowa
2003 Kellen Winslow II Miami (FL)
2004 Heath Miller Virginia
2005 Marcedes Lewis UCLA
2006 Matt Spaeth Minnesota
2007 Fred Davis Southern California
2008 Chase Coffman Missouri
2009 Aaron Hernandez Florida
2010 D. J. Williams Arkansas
2011 Dwayne Allen Clemson
2012 Tyler Eifert Notre Dame
2013 Austin Seferian-Jenkins Washington
2014 Nick O'Leary Florida State

Trophies won by school

School Winners
Arkansas 1
Clemson 1
Colorado 1
Florida 1
Florida State 1
Iowa 1
Miami (FL) 1
Minnesota 1
Missouri 1
Notre Dame 1
Purdue 1
Southern California 1
Virginia 1
Washington 1

External links

  • John Mackey Award Official Homepage

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