Kentucky's Josh Allen, Alabama's Dylan Moses, and LSU's Devin White were named three of five finalists for the Dick Butkus Award, which is presented annually to the top linebacker in college football, the Butkus Foundation announced on Monday.

Michigan's Devin Bush and Clemson's Tre Lamar were the two other finalists for the award.




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I would take Moses counterpart Mack Wilson well before Moses. I've watched all Bama games and just don't see Moses being all conference material. He's not confident in his reads and he's not very aggressive. He is not a typical Bama stud LB. I just think he is the true definition of early peaking, opposite of Debo Jones and Duke Riley. Maybe his junior year he will play better.
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Dylan Moses ???? There are 18 SEC LBs with more tackles than Moses. He's only mentioned because he's a bama player. Please.
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Rolled my fukin eyes reading his name
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Auburns Deshaun Davis should be in that mix as well.
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