Saturday, April 3, 2010

2010 Heisman Hopefuls II

This edition will simply be a briefing as there have been a couple season changing developments since the end of Bowl Season (such as suspension and draft withdrawals). For some basic analysis on the Heisman race revert back to my first entry called 2010 Heisman Hopefuls I (

Top 10

1. Mark Ingram (RB - Alabama)

2. Dion Lewis (RB - Pittsburgh)

3. Kellen Moore (QB - Boise St.)

4. LaMichael James (RB - Oregon)

5. Ryan Williams (RB - Virginia Tech)

6. Case Keenum (QB - Houston)

7. A.J. Green (WR- Georgia)

8. Jacquizz Rodgers (RB - Oregon St.)

9. Julio Jones (WR - Alabama)

10. Jake Locker (QB - Washington) - Locker's withdrawal automatically makes him a Heisman Hopeful.

Honorable Mention

QB: Matt Barkley (USC), John Brantley (Florida), Tate Forcier (Michigan), Jacory Harris (Miami-FL), Landry Jones (Oklahoma), Andrew Luck (Stanford), Ryan Mallett (Arkansas), Greg McElroy (Alabama), Taylor Potts (Texas Tech), Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State), and Ricky Stanzi (Iowa)

RB: Ralph Bolden (Purdue), John Clay (Wisconsin), Noel Devine (WVU), Kendall Hunter (Oklahoma St.), and Evan Royster (Penn St.)

WR:  Jonathan Baldwin (Pittsburgh), Michael Flyod (Notre Dame), Damaris Johnson (Tulsa), and James Rodgers (Oregon St.) 

High Tide & Deep Water

Jeremiah Masoli (QB - Oregon) - Suspended for the Season.

Graig Cooper (RB - Miami-FL)

Tags: college football, deep water, heisman candidates, heisman hopefuls, high tide, honorable mention, ncaa, spotlight players, 2010, 2010-2011

1 comment:

  1. Before I am ridiculed for not including Christian Ponder, Andy Dalton, or your alma-matter's starting (or possibly back-up depending on your pride) quarterback, please revert to 2010 Heisman Hopefuls I where an discussion on Ponder has already been justified.

    Also, if a player that is not mentioned is as good as you think he is, then expect him to be up here early in the season; if he isn't then you are delusional or most likely a Fordham fan who thinks John Skelton still plays for the Fordham Rams despite everyone telling you and the tribute on the Fordham Athletics Website.