Once again, the most conspicuous slot receiver in college football — all 240 pounds of him — has been overlooked by the Biletnikoff Award committee.USF senior Tyre McCants, who leads the undefeated Bulls with 22 receptions, was not among the 11 players added Tuesday to the extensive watch list for the Biletnikoff, presented annually to the nation's top receiver.Also snubbed was Bulls junior Darnell Salomon, whose 22.2 yards per catch (on 13 receptions) are more than any of the 11 additions.In fairness, McCants' 2018 numbers (22 catches, 219 yards, one touchdown) are pedestrian compared to the average of the 11 new watch list members (28-437-4). Every added player, in fact, has at least 365 yards and two TDs.But McCants has helped lead his team to an unblemished record, something only two of the newest additions can claim. Four of the 11 play for one-win teams.And we remain baffled as to why he was omitted from the original watch list. A watch list, by definition, comprises players on whom to keep an eye based on potential and/or previous year's performance. And arguably no receiver in America had a more astounding finish to 2017 than McCants, who totaled 15 catches 315 yards and three TDs in his final two contests (vs. UCF and Texas Tech).The snub seems equally egregious geographically. The Biletnikoff Award, named in honor of the legendary FSU and Oakland Raiders receiver, is based in Tallahassee.McCants hails from Niceville, a mere two-hour drive down the Panhandle.