The OTFYL Heisman Ballot

Conference championships have been won, we know who is going to be in the playoffs and who will be in what bowl game. Awards will be given out soon so check out my Heisman finalist and who I think should take home the hardware.

Top 5 Finalist:

(In no particular order)

Typically the Heisman voters only put 3 names on their ballots, but whatever. This is OTFYL

  • Deshaun Watson, Clemson QB: 69.5 completion percentage 3,512 passing yards 30 touchdowns 11 interceptions 159.6 passing efficiency rating 887 rushing yards 11 touchdowns
  • Greg Ward Jr., Houston QB: 67.5 completion percentage 2,589 passing yards 16 touchdowns 5 interceptions 1,047 rush yards 19 rushing touchdowns 
  • Christian McCaffrey, Stanford RB: 1,847 rushing yards 8 rushing touchdowns 41 receptions 540 yards 5 touhdowns 1,042 kick return yards 1 touchdown
  • Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma QB: 68.6 completion percentage, 3,389 passing yards 35 touchdowns 5 interceptions 178.9 passing efficiency rating 10 rushing touchdowns
  • Dalvin Cook, Florida State RB: 1,658 rushing yards 18 touchdowns 7.8 YPC

Send Them To New York:

Greg Ward Jr., right, was an elusive target for Temple defenders like linebacker Jarred Alwan. The UH quarterback rushed for 148 yards on 17 carries. Photo: Karen Warren, Staff / © 2015  Houston Chronicle
Photo: Karren Warren, Houston Chronicle 

3. Greg Ward Jr.: Behind the exciting playmaking ability of Ward Jr., the Houston Cougars are 12-1, AAC Conference Champions and will face #9 Florida State in the Peach Bowl

Charlotte Observer

2. Deshaun Watson: Watson totaled 420 yards and 5 touchdowns in a 45-37 victory over UNC in the ACC Championship. After a somewhat slow start to the season, Watson has been the driving force behind the #1 ranked undefeated Clemson Tigers. He’s only a sophomore. Check him out as Clemson takes on Oklahoma on New Years Eve

  1. Christian McCaffrey: McCaffrey has averaged 268.9 yards per game in 2015 and has carried this Stanford Cardinals  team to a Pac-12 championship and a Rose Bowl birth. He’s only a sophomore.

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