Tua Tagovailoa has been the star of the Alabama offense in 2018. Tagovailoa has always made sure to mention his talented supporting cast. One of the key pieces to that supporting class has been sophomore WR Jerry Jeudy, the 2018 Biletnikoff Award winner for nation’s top receiver.
Jeudy is the first Crimson Tide wide out to win the award since Amari Cooper (2014). Jeudy and Cooper are connected in more ways than one. Jeudy has 12 touchdown catches on the year, four away from Cooper’s record of 16 set in 2014. Cooper set his record in 14 games. Jeudy has played in 13 games so far, meaning he needs at least one more multi-touchdown game in the College Football Playoff. Jeudy snagged two touchdown receptions against Louisville, Arkansas State, Ole Miss and Arkansas.
Jeudy has 59 catches for 1,103 yards on the season.
— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) December 7, 2018