Only a week into the young college football season I look into who made the biggest impressions on the Heisman Trophy committee.
1. Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia - Ran for 222 yards and 2 TDs on his reconstructed knee vs North Carolina. He's back and better than ever.
2. Greg Ward, QB, Houston - 321 yards passing in a huge win vs Oklahoma will get some heads turning.
3. Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford - Just your typical game from Mr. Do Everything: run for over 100 yards, catch a bunch of passes, and put the ball in the endzone multiple times.
4. JT Barrett, QB, Ohio State - Accounted for 7 touchdowns in a blowout win vs Bowling Green.
5. Deshone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame - Don't put the Texas loss on Kizer's shoulders. He was basically perfect accounting for 6 touchdowns with no turnovers. Too bad his defense couldn't help out.
6. Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville - 8 touchdowns is amazing no matter who the competition is.
7. Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson - Got another W on his belt but wasn't overly impressive in a tough road game in Auburn.
8. Patrick Mahomes, QB, Texas Tech - Dare I say the most underrated player in the college game? Yes, I do.
9. Deondre Francois, QB, FSU - Brought back memories of Jameis Winston during his debut in the huge come-from-behind win vs Ole Miss.
10. Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU - Poor Buga goes off on Wisconsin but his shitty play caller and QB ruin it for him in Lambeau Field.