Oregon’s Jacob Breeland and Oregon State’s Noah Togiai were named Friday to the watch list for the John Mackey Award given to the nation’s top college tight end.

Breeland, a senior, is on the watch list for the second year in a row after having 24 catches for 377 yards and two scores last year. As a sophomore, the 6-foot-5 Breeland had 18 catches for 320 yards and five touchdowns while earning honorable mention all-conference honors.

Breeland’s 48 career catches are more than any other active receiver has at Oregon. He also has 820 career receiving yards and seven scores.

Togiai has 58 career catches for 642 yards and seven touchdowns heading into his senior season.

Oregon senior Jake Hanson was placed on the watch list for Rimington Trophy given to the nation’s top center. He has started 37 of 38 games in his career while never allowing a sack in 2,739 snaps.