We have three leading candidates for three major post-season awards; the Lou Groza award for the best kicker, the the John Mackey award for the best tight end, and the Heisman for the most outstanding player. Trask is also in the running for the Maxwell (outstanding player), Walter Camp (player of the year), Davey O'Brien (quarterback), and Johnny Unitas (senior quarterback). It's a bit of a stretch but Pitts was also named to the Biletnikoff award watch list which goes to the best receiver. No tight end has ever won that award but this is a crazy year. Given that it all depends on Covid/injuries... Pitts should win the Mackey. No brainer. McPherson has a chance at the Groza. He had a miss against UGA but he also had a pair over 50 in that game. On the other hand, he missed the Missouri game. Lots of guys in the running but McPherson has performed on the big stage. He deserves it. Trask has a lot of competition to overcome in Justin Fields, Mac Jones, and Trevor Lawrence. He has arguably done more with less (and Fields and Lawrence have been feasting on poor competition). He should win SOME post-season awards but I don't think he wins the Heisman. Alex.