Heisman Watch

The Heisman award is the most prestigious and honorable award in all of college football. It is awarded to the best of the best and once you win it. you will forever go down in the history books as one of the all time greats. Here is my current Heisman Watch in order

1- Leonard Fournette- LSU RB

Fournette is currently number one on almost all of the Heisman watch’s out there. He has made some real unbelievable plays and has even more unreal stats. So far in 8 games, Fournette has 1,352 yards and 15 touchdowns, but in my opinion, the craziest stat of all is his yards per carry, which is 7.7. That is insane especially when you consider that LSU has played a difficult schedule so far, and some extremely good defenses. If he keeps up this pace of play, he will run away with the trophy.

2- Trevone Boykin- TCU QB

As expected, Boykin is the best QB in all of college football. He is the main reason that TCU is still undefeated and will have to keep up his high level of play if they want to be successful in the postseason. So far, he has thrown for     2, 927 yards with 28 touchdowns and 5 interceptions. His completion percentage is at almost 67 percent and his QBR of 89.1. They have a lack of big match ups so far so we will see in the coming weeks just how real Boykin and TCU are.

3- Corey Coleman- Baylor WR

Coleman is unreal right now. in 7 games, he has 18 touchdowns, which is equivalent to over 2.5 touchdowns per game. He also has an astounding 962 yards this season so far, which is an average of 137 yards receiving per game. To top it all off, he is averaging 21 yards per reception. He is having an absolutely ridiculous year  and is a big reason as to why the Bears are number 2 in the country. With the injury to Seth Russell we will see if that hurts Coleman’s production at all.

4- Ezekiel Elliot- OSU RB

ZEKE!!!!!!!! He has probably the most impressive stat out of any running back, which is 13 straight games with 100 yards or more rushing yards. He has 1,130 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns, while averaging almost 7 yards per carry. If he keeps up this high level of play, especially since OSU has a decently tough schedule coming up, he will be in New York come December.

5- Christian McCaffrey- Stanford RB

McCaffrey is probably the big surprise on the list, but he is more than deserving of this spot. He has 1,060 yards rushing with 6 touchdowns. The most impressive part is that, in their last 4 games, 3 of those he had 200 rushing/receiving yards. He is averaging 259 all purpose yards per game. He is having a great year and if he keeps it up, he may surprise a lot of people.


6- Dalvin Cook- FSU RB

7- Derrick Henry- Alabama RB

8- Paxton Lynch- Memphis QB

9- Deshaun Watson- Clemson QB

10- Josh Doctson- TCU WR



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