Florida State redshirt sophomore receiver Tamorrion Terry has been named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award.
Terry had 35 catches for 744 yards and eight touchdowns in a breakout 2018 season where he had more receiving yards than any FSU freshman.
The Ashburn, Ga., native was the first Seminole with two 70-yard touchdown catches in a season since Peter Warrick in 1998. He also ranks third in the nation among returners with a 21.3 yards-per-reception average and sixth in catches-per-touchdown ratio with a score every 4.375 catches last season.
Among the other top ACC receivers on the list are Clemson’s Justyn Ross and Tee Higgins, Miami’s K.J. Osborn and Syracuse’s Sean Riley.
The Tallahassee Quarterback Club presents the award to the nation’s top receiver.