Alabama’s Najee Harris, Jerry Jeudy, Dylan Moses and Tua Tagovailoa have been named to the Walter Camp Award watch list, it was announced Friday.

The four players are among 40 from around the country on the watch list. Tagovailoa won the award last year and running back Derrick Henry took home the honor in 2015.

Tagovailoa also won the Maxwell Award and was a consensus first team All-American. Also named the SEC Offensive Player of the Year, Tagovailoa passed for an Alabama single-season record 43 touchdowns and 3,966 yards while recording 4,156 yards of total offense.

Harris steps to the forefront in a starting role at running back. He enters the new year averaging 6.5 yards per carry across his first two seasons, including a team-high 6.7 yards per carry average in 2018. He has already eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark in limited time, entering 2019 with 1,153 yards on 178 carries.

Jeudy, a junior, has already recorded 1,579 yards on 82 catches and scored 16 touchdowns to tie for fifth in program history for career scores. Jeudy was a consensus All-America and was named the nation’s top wideout as the Biletnikoff Award winner in 2018.

Moses enters the 2019 season with high expectations again. A second team All-American and finalist for the Butkus Award a season ago, he returns a veteran presence over the middle with big-play ability.

The winner will be announced prior to the ESPN Home Depot College Football Awards Show in December.