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July 18, 2013

Auburn running back Tre Mason named to Doak Walker Award watch list

BY RYAN BLACK | rblack@ledger-enquirer.com


Tre Mason can put another preseason feather in his cap.

Auburn's Tre Mason was named to the Doak Walker watch list on Thursday, which is given to the nation's top running back every year.

Auburn’s Tre Mason was named to the Doak Walker watch list on Thursday, which is given to the nation’s top running back every year.

The junior was selected to the Doak Walker Award preseason watch list on Thursday, which is given annually to the nation’s top running back. The announcement came on the same day he was named to the All-SEC second-team by voters at SEC Media Days.

Mason ran for a team-high 1,002 yards and eight touchdowns last season. He started six games, running for a career-best 181 yards and two touchdowns against Alabama A&M. One of those touchdowns went 86 yards, making it the fourth-longest rushing play in school history and the seventh-longest play from scrimmage. Mason finished last season leading the Tigers in total offense, becoming the first non-quarterback to pull off the feat since fellow running back Bo Jackson in 1985.

Mason was listed as a Co-No. 1 on the running back depth chart coming out of the spring, as Auburn coach Gus Malzahn placed him alongside Cameron Artis-Payne and Corey Grant.


  • Ameer Abdullah (Jr.), Nebraska
  • Michael Alisa (Sr.), BYU
  • Antonio Andrews (Sr.), Western Kentucky
  • Dri Archer (Sr.), Kent State
  • Brendan Bigelow (Jr.), California
  • Beau Blankenship (Sr.), Ohio
  • Alfred Blue (Sr.), LSU
  • Dominique Brown (Jr.), Louisville
  • Ka’Deem Carey (Jr.), Arizona
  • B.J. Catalon (So.), TCU
  • Orleans Darkwa (Sr.), Tulane
  • Kenneth Dixon (So.), Louisiana Tech
  • Trayion Durham (Jr.), Kent State
  • Jahwan Edwards (Jr.), Ball State
  • David Fluellen (Sr.), Toledo
  • D.J. Foster (So.), Arizona State
  • Melvin Gordon (So.), Wisconsin
  • Marion Grice (Sr.), Arizona State
  • Todd Gurley (So.), Georgia
  • Joe Hill (Jr.), Utah State
  • John Hubert (Sr.), Kansas State
  • Carlos Hyde (Sr.), Ohio State
  • Waymon James (Sr.), TCU
  • Duke Johnson (So.), Miami
  • Storm Johnson (Jr.), UCF
  • Matt Jones (So.), Florida
  • Henry Josey (Jr.), Missouri
  • Ben Malena (Sr.), Texas A&M
  • Raymond Maples (Sr.), Army
  • Venric Mark (Sr.), Northwestern
  • Keith Marshall (So.), Georgia
  • Glasco Martin (Sr.), Baylor
  • Tre Mason (Jr.), Auburn
  • Lyle McCombs (Jr.), Connecticut
  • Adam Muema (Jr.), San Diego State
  • David Oku (Sr.), Arkansas State
  • Branden Oliver (Sr.), Buffalo
  • Jordan Parker (So.), Middle Tennessee
  • LaDarius Perkins (Sr.), Mississippi State
  • Senorise Perry (Sr.), Louisville
  • Christian Powell (So.), Colorado
  • Darrin Reaves (Jr.), UAB
  • Silas Redd (Sr.), USC
  • Bishop Sankey (Jr.), Washington
  • Lache Seastrunk (Jr.), Baylor
  • David Sims (Sr.), Georgia Tech
  • James Sims (Sr.), Kansas
  • Kiero Small (Sr.), Arkansas
  • Jeremy Smith (Sr.), Oklahoma State
  • Jerome Smith (Jr.), Syracuse
  • De’Anthony Thomas (Jr.), Oregon
  • Zurlon Tipton (Sr.), Central Michigan
  • Trey Watts (Sr.), Tulsa
  • Mark Weisman (Jr.), Iowa
  • James White (Sr.), Iowa State
  • James White (Sr.), Wisconsin
  • Andre Williams (Sr.), Boston College
  • Damien Williams (Sr.), Oklahoma
  • Jamaal Williams (So.), BYU
  • Jonathan Williams (Sr.), Arkansas
  • Storm Woods (So.), Oregon State
  • T.J. Yeldon (So.), Alabama
  • Zach Zwinak (Jr.), Penn State

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