For the third time in as many days, San José State senior wide receiver Tim Crawley has been recognized among the top college football players in the nation.
On Friday morning he was one of 43 football student-athletes named to the Paul Hornung Award watch list after announcements on Wednesday of inclusion on the Wuerffel Trophy Watch List and nomination to the Allstate American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team®.
The essence of the Paul Horning Award presented by Texas Roadhouse, "versatility enabling a player to make an impact at numerous positions on the field," is a perfect definition of Crawley.
A wide receiver, he was the only Spartans to catch a pass in every regular-season game in 2015. In addition, the native of Santa Clara ranked third on the team in pass receiving, with personal single-season bests of 39 receptions, while scoring five touchdowns. He had four rushing attempts, which included a touchdown run, returned a punt and a kickoff as well as attempted a pass.
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