The Doak Walker Award is given to the best running back in college football's FBS at the end of each season.

The 2015 Doak Walker Award watch list was released Thursday, with 69 players on it.

On Nov. 17, 2015, the list will be trimmed to 10 semifinalists, with the final three being announced the next week. The winner is announced on Dec. 10 at the College Football Awards Show on ESPN.

Name (Class), School

Leon Allen (Sr.), Western Kentucky

Devontae Booker (Sr.), Utah

Matt Breida (Jr.), Georgia Southern

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Brandon Burks (Sr.), Troy

Jordan Canzeri (Sr.), Iowa

Tra Carson (Sr.), Texas A&M

Nick Chubb (So.), Georgia

Corey Clement (Jr.), Wisconsin

Alex Collins (Jr.), Arkansas

James Conner (Jr.), Pittsburgh

Marcus Cox (Jr.), Appalachian State

Justin Davis (Jr.), USC

Matt Dayes (Jr.), North Carolina State

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Kenneth Dixon (Sr.), Louisiana Tech

Ezekiel Elliott (Jr.), Ohio State

Kenneth Farrow (Sr.), Houston

Josh Ferguson (Sr.), Illinois

Tarean Folston (Jr.), Notre Dame

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Leonard Fournette (So.), LSU

Jarvion Franklin (So.), Western Michigan

Royce Freeman (So.), Oregon

Wayne Gallman (So.), Clemson

Michael Gordon (Sr.), Arkansas State

Johnathan Gray (Sr.), Texas

Aaron Green (Sr.), TCU

Travis Greene (Sr.), Bowling Green

Russell Hansbrough (Sr.), Missouri

Derrick Henry (Jr.), Alabama

Jon Hilliman (So.), Boston College

Jordan Howard (Jr.), Indiana

Kareem Hunt (Jr.), Toledo

LaJuan Hunt (So.), Utah State

Darius Jackson (Sr.), Eastern Michigan

Don Jackson (Sr.), Nevada

Justin Jackson (So.), Northwestern

Paul James (Sr.), Rutgers

Devon Johnson (Sr.), Marshall

Aaron Jones (Jr.), UTEP

Daniel Lasco (Sr.), California

Ray Lawry (So.), Old Dominion

Shock Linwood (Jr.), Baylor

Robert Lowe (Sr.), Texas State

Akeel Lynch (Jr.), Penn State

Marlon Mack (So.), South Florida

Tre Madden (Sr.), USC

Christian McCaffrey (So.), Stanford

Elijah McGuire (Jr.), Louisiana-Lafayette

Samaje Perine (So.), Oklahoma

Paul Perkins (Jr.), UCLA

Christian Powell (Sr.), Colorado

Shaquille Powell (Sr.), Duke

Donnel Pumphrey (Jr.), San Diego State

Demario Richard (So.), Arizona State

Ashton Shumpert (Jr.), Mississippi State

William Stanback (Jr.), UCF

Chris Swain (Sr.), US Navy

Anthone Taylor (Sr.), Buffalo

Jahad Thomas (Jr.), Temple

Shane Tucker (Jr.), Middle Tennessee

Thomas Tyner (Jr.), Oregon

Marteze Waller (Sr.), Fresno State

DeAndre Washington (Sr.), Texas Tech

Dwayne Washington (Jr.), Washington

Ralph Webb (So.), Vanderbilt

Shaun Wick (Sr.), Wyoming

Brandon Wilds (Sr.), South Carolina

Jamaal Williams (Sr.), BYU

Jonathan Williams (Sr.), Arkansas

Nick Wilson (So.), Arizona