Heisman Front Runners

Stacy Revere/Getty Images

Stacy Revere/Getty Images

Article Written By: Justin Pollock

The top five Heisman candidates currently are:

QB Jordan Lynch, NIU:

Jordan Lynch already played his last game to impress the voters last night in a blowout loss where Bowling Green’s defense only allowed Lynch to score 27 points. If it weren’t for this performance, he would still be a heave candidate.

RB Andre Willams, BC:

Andre Williams and the Boston College Eagles lost last week not only to Sryacuse, but also Williams went down with an injury. Before he got hurt, he still managed to score 1 TD on the ground for a total of 17 this season.

QB AJ McCarron ALA:

AJ McCarron finished his last season at Alabama with great numbers once again. This season he had 2674 passing yards, 26 passing TD and only 5 interception. He was great during the Iron Bowl against rivals Auburn, he record 277 passing yards, 3 TD, and 0 interceptions

RB Ka’Deem Cary, ARZ

Cary of Arizona finished his campaign last week against Arizona State, in which he recorded 157 yards and 1 TD on the ground and 173 receiving yards with a TD.


QB Jameis Winston, FSU:

Jameis Winston is the last and the highest rated Heisman candidate still to play, as tonight the undefeated Seminoles take on the Duke Bluedevils. Earlier this week Winston was released of all charges involving a rape of a another FSU student, clearing up a spot to get the Heisman trophy. Winston has been incredible this year 3490 passing yard, 35 touchdowns, and only 8 interceptions as a Freshman. He also lead his Seminoles to a undefeated season which hasn’t been done since the 1999 season, when FSU finished the National Champions.

I am going with Jameis Winston to win the Heisman this year because he has just been incredible all season. He lead the team to 7th in total yards (526.1) and second in points per game with 53.7, only behind Baylor who is averaging 55.4.

So, the question is, who do think is going to be the 2013 Heisman winner?

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s