Oklahoma State’s Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma’s Michael Hunnicutt and Arkansas’ Zach Hocker were all named to the Lou Groza Award watch list as the nation’s top college placekicker.
A 2011 Groza finalist, Sharp was a first-team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America and was the first player in Big 12 history to be named as the conference team’s punter and kicker. A senior-to-be, Sharp’s 145 points scored ranked fifth nationally.
Hocker, a junior, led all SEC kickers last season with 118 points, a mark that also set the single-season Arkansas kick-scoring record. He’s a junior.
Last season, Hunnicutt matched OU’s single-season field goal mark with 21, the most ever by a freshman in the Big 12.
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