The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award has narrowed its watch list to 30 of the country's top college quarterbacks. After five weeks of play, the Golden Arm Award Selection Committee selected the remaining nominees based on player performance on-and-off the field. Candidates must be a college senior or fourth-year junior on schedule to graduate with their class. Remaining candidates for the annual award are: David Blough, Purdue; Jake Browning, Washington; K.J. Carta-Samuels, Colorado State ; Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State; Eric Dungey, Syracuse; Ryan Finley, NC State; Ty Gangi, Nevada; Will Grier, West Virginia; Justice Hansen, Arkansas State; Justin Herbert, Oregon; Tyler Huntley, Utah; Tyree Jackson, Buffalo; Drew Lock, Missouri; Trace McSorley, Penn State ; Marcus McMaryion, Fresno State; McKenzie Milton, UCF; Gardner Minshew, Washington State; Steven Montez, Colorado; James Morgan, FIU; Shea Patterson, Michigan; Bryce Perkins, Virginia; Gus Ragland, Miami of Ohio ; Brett Rypien, Boise State; Kyle Shurmur, Vanderbilt; Jarrett Stidham, Auburn; Jordan Ta'amu, Ole Miss; Khalil Tate, Arizona; Clayton Thorson, Northwestern; Brady White, Memphis and Manny Wilkins, Arizona State. The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award ceremony will be held on Dec. 7 in Baltimore.