Allen on Mackey Award midseason watch list

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Pos: TE   Height: 6-3   Weight: 255   Hometown: Fayetteville, NC (Terry Sanford HS)  
Years Played: 2008 - 2011

Bethpage, N.Y. (October 17, 2011) - The 2011 John Mackey Award
midseason watch list has been released by the Nassau County Sports
Commission. Given annually to the best collegiate tight end, the
award recipient is selected by vote of the John Mackey Award Selection
Committee and the 2011 John Mackey winner will be presented live at
the Home Depot ESPN College Football Awards Red Carpet Show on
December 8, 2011 on ESPNU. Other key Mackey Award dates include the
announcement of the 2011 Mackey semi-finalists on November 14, 2011
and the announcement of the 2011 Mackey finalists on November 21,
2011. All future announcements can be found at

The John Mackey Award midseason watch list is an update from the
preseason watch list. This list is meant to draw attention to tight
ends in contention for the annual award based on their performance in
the first half of the active season.

The John Mackey Award presented since 2000, lists ten NFL players as
alumni: Dallas Clark ('01) of the 2006 Super Bowl Champion
Indianapolis Colts, two-time Super Bowl Champion Daniel Graham ('02),
Kellen Winslow II ('03) of the Tampa Bay Bucaneers, two-time Super
Bowl Champion Heath Miller ('04) of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Marcedes
Lewis ('05) of the Jacksonville Jaguars, 2008 Super Bowl Champion Matt
Spaeth ('06), Fred Davis ('07) of the Washington Redskins, Chase
Coffman ('08) of the Cincinnati Bengals, Aaron Hernandez ('09) of the
New England Patriots and the 2010 John Mackey Award recipient D.J.
Williams of the Green Bay Packers.

2011 John Mackey Award Midseason Watch List
(alphabetical order)

Dwayne Allen Clemson Jr
Tim Biere Kansas Sr
George Bryan NC State Sr
Orson Charles Georgia Jr
Jack Doyle W. Kentucky Jr
Drake Dunsmore Northwestern Sr
Michael Egnew Missouri Sr
Tyler Eifert Notre Dame So
Gavin Escobar San Diego St So
Joseph Fauria UCLA Jr
Coby Fleener Stanford Sr
Matt Furstenberg Maryland Jr
Crockett Gillmore Colorado St So
Ladarius Green Lousiana Sr
Ryan Griffin Connecticut Jr
Cooper Helfet Duke Sr
Ryan Otten San Jose St Jr
Jacob Pedersen Wisconsin So
Nick Provo Syracuse Sr
Kyler Reed Nebraska Jr
Michael Rivera Tennessee Jr
Evan Rodriguez Temple Sr
Austin Seferian-Jenkins Washington Fr
Jake Stoneburner Ohio St Jr
Luke Willson Rice Jr

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