University of Maryland football player Stefon Diggs is selected for two awards Monday.
COLLEGE PARK, Md.– A University of Maryland football player was selected for two prestigious awards Monday, according to university officials.
Stefon Diggs, of Gaithersburg, Md., was selected to the 2014 Maxwell Award Watch List and the 2014 Paul Hornung Award Watch List, officials say.
Diggs is one of 19 players selected for the Maxwell Award Watch List and one of 47 players selected for the Paul Hornung Award Watch List, according to officials. He is one of 10 Big Ten players to be selected for both awards.
Last season, Diggs had three touchdowns and 34 receptions, finishing second in receptions and receiving yards on the team, officials say. He played all but the last five games of the season, due to a knee injury.
Officials will announce the three finalists for each award Nov. 24.
Fan voting for the Paul Hornung Award Watch List will take place in September, according to officials.
Ceremonies and awards shows will be held in 2015, officials say.
Tuesday, July 22 2014 11:33 PM EDT2014-07-23 03:33:21 GMT
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