The Biletnikoff Award is given annually to the outstanding receive in college football and the Wuerffel Trophy is college football’s premier award for community service.
In his first season of Division I football in 2016, Gallup was a first-team All-Mountain West performer with 76 catches for 1,272 yards. He also had 14 touchdowns, which ranked eighth in the NCAA last year and second in a single season in Rams’ history. The Georgia native was 14th in the nation in receiving yards.
Golditch, an Aurora native, has been an active volunteer at hospitals in his hometown and at the Boys & Girls Club in Fort Collins. He recently traveled to Jamaica to volunteer with CSU’s “Green & Global Initiative.” The senior has been a starter on the Ram’s offensive line for the last two years. Last season, the Rams O-line allowed just 1.08 sacks per game — 13th fewest in the FBS.