100 players were named to the 2013 Lombardi watch list, which was released on Monday.

The Rotary Lombardi Award, which is named after coaching legend Vince Lombardi, and has been given out annually since 1970, is awarded to the best college football lineman, including both offense and defense, or linebacker.

This year, two LSU players, offensive guard La'El Collins, and defensive tackle Anthony Johnson were named to the watch list, as well as two other players from Louisiana schools, including ULM center Josh Allen, and Louisiana Tech defensive tackle IK Enemkpali.

Besides Allen, the Sun Belt Conference is represented on the watch list by Arkansas St. defensive tackle Ryan Carrethers, WKU linebacker Andrew Jackson, and South Alabama defensive end Alex Page.

Lombardi Award voters, which total approximately 500, are made up of the head coaches from all Division I schools, sports media personnel from across the country, and former winners and finalists of the Rotary Lombardi Award.

Ohio St. has the most previous Lombardi Award winners, with six.

Last year's winner was Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o.

The 2013 Lombardi Award will be presented Dec. 11 in a ceremony at the Wortham Center in Houston, Texas.