Heisman Trophy Race After Week 6

Heisman Trophy Race After Week 6

Heisman Trophy Race

Heisman Trophy Race After Week 6


Who are the leaders in the race for the 2018 Heisman Trophy?


Top Heisman Contenders After Week 6 Are …

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So who’s really in the lead? How would the race go if the season ended right now? After Week 6, combining big stats and big performances on the big stage, here we go …

5 Players On The Radar After Two Weeks …

In alphabetical order …

QB Jake Fromm, Georgia
QB McKenzie Milton, UCF
QB Trace McSorley, Penn State
QB Steven Montez, Colorado
RB Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

5. QB Will Grier, West Virginia

He’s still amazing, but it would be nice if the interceptions slowed down.

He’ll also get his chances to move up this list in a big hurry.

Grier and West Virginia are still unbeaten, but the big moments are coming with Oklahoma, Texas, and the rest of the Big 12 schedule to show off.

For now, it’s not that big a deal to throw three interceptions against Kansas, but … stop throwing interceptions.

He also threw four touchdown passes in the 38-22 win, and he hit the 330-yard mark for the fifth time in five games. Just to show that he’s more than just a passer, he was able to do this …

Averaging more than ten yards per pass, he’s connecting on 71% of his throws for 1,819 yards and 21 scores … with six picks.

Rock OU and Texas, and no one will care about the mistakes.

NEXT: He won a shootout in a showdown

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