Reading Time: 2 minutes1. Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson Though on a bye week, Clemson Quarterback Trevor Lawrence still holds the top spot in the Heisman race. In two games, Lawrence has gone 30-for-37 on completion with 519 pass yards and 4 TD. Clemson will return to action next week against Virginia at home. Expect Lawrence to keep his strong pace against a weak Virgina defense. 2. Sam Elingher – QB, Texas In an offensive shootout between Texas’ Sam Elingher and Texas Tech’s Alec Bowman, the Longhorns prevailed in Overtime, 63-56. Elingher led Texas to a late comeback in...Read More
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Reading Time: 3 minutes Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson Holding his ground atop the Heisman leaderboard is Clemson Quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Through three weeks of play, Lawrence is the clear favorite to take home the award. In his latest week of action, the projected number one overall draft pick and Clemson steamrolled The Citadel, 49-0. Only playing in the first quarter, Lawrence still impressed with 168 passing yards, three pass TD and one rush TD. The captain of the Tigers brings a demeanor and confidence like no other to the field. Clemson will have an off-week next Saturday, but...Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutesLamar Jackson. Kyler Murray. Joe Burrow. These elite players stood at the top of College Football and all took home the most prestigious award in College Football: the Heisman. Star players such as Trevor Lawrence, Sam Ehlinger and Travis Etienne will all be in the running for the coveted award. After two weeks of play, here’s where the top players stand in placement for the Heisman award: 1. QB Trevor Lawrence – Clemson Trevor Lawrence, the projected number one overall pick in the 2021 draft and favorite to win the Heisman, started his season off strong...Read More
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