Alabama redshirt junior Miller Forristall was been named to the 2019 John Mackey Watch List on Friday morning.
He's one of 60 national candidates for the award honoring college football's top high end.
Forristall is poised to take over the starting job following the departures of Hale Hentges and Irv Smith Jr. He's played in 33 career games with two starts, and made six receptions for 85 yards.
The semifinalists will be named Nov. 18. A Crimson Tide player has never won the Mackey Award.
Meanwhile, the first watch list that didn't include an Alabama player was also released, the Rimington Award for best center.
Alabama awards list
Maxwell Award (most outstanding player): Najee Harris, Jerry Jeudy and Tua Tagovailoa named to watch list. Semifinalists named Oct. 29.
Bednarik Award (best defensive player): Raekown Davis, Dylan Moses named to watch list. Semifinalists named Oct. 29.
Davey O'Brien Award (top quarterback): Tua Tagovailoa named to watch list. Semifinalists named Nov. 13.
Doak Walker Award (premier running back): Najee Harris named to watch list. Semifinalists named Nov. 20.
Biletnikoff Award (best receiver): Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs III and Jaylen Waddle named to watch list. Semifinalists named Nov. 18.
Mackey Award (top tight end): Miller Forristall named to watch list. Semifinals named Nov. 18.
Awards no one one on Crimson Tide is up for
Riminigton Award (best center)