The Heisman trophy is one of the most sought after awards in all of sports, it’s an elite fraternity made up of what is considered to be the top players in college football. So who will the Heisman Trust invite toNew York in 2012?
What we know week five:
The Heisman isn’t won or lost this early in the season, but it certainly feels that way after watching Geno Smith this September. The nails might not be put in the coffin just yet, but the nails and hammer have been bought. The one thing we know is the schedule is fixing to get a lot harder for Smith and the microscope over him is pretty large right now.
EJ Manuel and Aaron Murry might not be putting up the same video game like numbers that Geno Smith is, but they’re continuing to be very accurate both completing more than %70 of their passes.
Did De’Anthony Thomas’s lack of touches and numbers in the wins over Arizona and Washington State hurt his Heisman bid? He’s one of the most electric players in college football, but in back to back weeks he hasn’t been able to produce Heisman level stats.
These projections will evolve throughout the season as they battle it out on the gridiron.
Projected Top Five:
Just outside the Top 5:
The Dark Horses:
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