Heisman Finalists

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Going to New York City, NY for the Heisman Trophy Award Ceremony on Saturday, December 10th at 8 pm ET:

Lamar Jackson:

  • 8th in FBS in rushing yards (1,538)
  • t-4th in FBS rushing TD’s (21)
  • 12th in FBS in passing yards (3,390)
  • 11th in FBS in passing TD’s (30)
  • ACC Player of the Year
  • ACC Offensive Player of the Year
  • Davey O’Brien Award Finalist (best QB in college football)
  • Maxwell Award Finalist (best player in college football)
  • Led #13 Louisville to a 9-3 record
  • First player in FBS history with over 3,300 passing and 1,500 rushing yards in a single season
  • Only 6th player in FBS history with over 20 pass and 20 in the same season
  • Three-time Walter Camp Offensive Player of the Week – first time a player accomplished that since 2004.
  • 2nd in the nation with 51 total TD’s.
  • Single season total offense leader all-time (4,928)

Deshaun Watson:

  • t-5th in FBS in passing TD’s (37)
  • 12th in FBS with 301.1 passing YPG
  • 7th in FBS in points responsible for per game (20.2)
  • 6th in FBS in total passing yards (3,914)
  • Led Clemson to 14-1 record
  • Led Clemson to an ACC Championship
  • Led Clemson to #2 ranking and spot in College Football Playoffs
  • Owns 39 Clemson records
  • Davey O’Brien Award Finalist (best QB in college football)

Baker Mayfield:

  • 9th in FBS in passing yards (3,669)
  • 3rd in FBS in yards per completion (15.61)
  • 4th in FBS in passing TD’s (38)
  • 1st in FBS in passing efficiency (197.8)
  • 1st in FBS in passing yards per attempt (10.9)
  • 1st in FBS in completion percentage (71.2%)
  • 3rd in FBS in points responsible for (22.3)
  • Helped lead #7 Oklahoma to 10-2 record
  • Led Oklahoma to BIG-12 Championship
  • Maxwell Award Finalist (best player in college football)
  • Davey O’Brien Award Finalist (best QB in college football)

Jabrill Peppers:

  • 167 rushing yards, three TD’s
  • 310 punt return yards (14.76 YPR), one TD
  • 260 kickoff return yards (26.0 YPR)
  • one interception
  • 48 solo tackles, 23 assisted tackles
  • 15 tackles for loss
  • 3.5 sacks
  • Led #6 Michigan to 10-2 record
  • Maxwell Award Finalist (best player in college football

Dede Westbrook:

  • t-4th in FBS in receiving TD’s (16)
  • 5th in FBS in receiving yards (1,465)
  • 4th in FBS in receiving yards per game (122.1)
  • 12th in FBS in yards per reception (19.8)
  • Led #7 Oklahoma to 10-2 record

Again, the ceremony is Saturday, December 10th at 8:00 pm ET on ESPN networks.

 

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