Monday, August 9, 2010

Top 10 2010 Heisman Hopefuls

West Virginia Running Back Noel Devine Here are my 2010 Heisman Trophy Hopefuls going into the season:

Mark Ingram, Alabama RB - Won it last year, great team coming back, need I say more?
Case Keenum - Houston QB - Will put up guady numbers, depends if team can stay in BCS mix
John Clay - Wisconsin RB - Should add to 1,500 yard season last year and Wisconsin can be a Top 10 team
Terrelle Pryor - Ohio State QB - Loads of talent, dual threat. Ohio State should contend for National Title
Jake Locker - Washington QB - Would have been a 1st Round NFL Pick this season. Depends on UW's ability to stay a contender.
Kellen Moore - Boise State QB - Can put up big numbers and BSU is again going to be a top team. Depends if big numbers can come in important games and not pushovers.
Ryan Mallet - Arkansas QB - Big talent QB, poised for another big season
Noel Devine - West Virginia RB - Small stature can flat out run. Depends on WVU's season.
Jacory Harris - Miami QB - Dual threat quarterback had a solid season last year and has big expectations. Smaller version of Vince Young
Andrew Luck - Stanford QB -Why not? Lots of upside and potential, could he take it all the way to the Heisman Trophy? Who knows
Dion Lewis - Pittsburgh RB - 1,800 yards and 17 touchdowns last season. Plays on a good team at Pitt.

1 comment:

  1. buncha good players on that list