Highlights of Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon during his Biletnikoff Award-winning 2010 season.
Blackmon, who received the award in front of a national television audience at the Home Depot College Football Awards show on ESPN, is the first Oklahoma State athlete to receive the award and the second finalist in the last three years as Dez Bryant was one of the final three considered in 2008.
The sophomore from Ardmore, Okla., joins a list of elite athletes to receive the award, including Terry Glenn, Randy Moss, Antonio Bryant, Larry Fitzgerald, Braylon Edwards, Calvin Johnson and Michael Crabtree.
Blackmon caught 102 passes for 1,665 yards and 18 touchdowns in 11 games during the 2010 regular season and also added a pair of scores with a 69-yard run and a blocked punt return. He sits at the top of the national charts in several statistical categories, including receiving yards per game (first with 151.36), receptions per game (first with 9.27), points per game (fourth with 10.91) and all-purpose yards per game (ninth with 159).
Blackmon was also named the 2010 Big 12 Conference Offensive Player of the Year and became the seventh unanimous All-American in OSU history, joining Bob Fenimore (1945), Terry Miller (1977), Leslie O'Neal (1985), Barry Sanders (1988), Alonzo Mayes (1997) and Russell Okung (2009) as Oklahoma State football unanimous All-Americans based on the criteria of their respective eras.
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