Alabama teammates Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith, as well as Trevor Lawrence of Clemson and Kyle Trask of Florida were shortlisted for the Heisman Trophy finals. Heisman will be awarded at a virtual ceremony on January 5.ofForcibly cancel the New York trophy award ceremony that usually goes to the final.
Since the beginning of this tradition in 1982, Jones and Smith have been the eighth finalist teammates. Smith is trying to become the first person to win the Heisman Award since Desmond Howard of Michigan in 1991.
Had it not been for Smith’s lead in reception (98) and collection (1
Jones scored with 32 touchdown passes (202.34), completion rate (76.5) and number of passes per yard (11.4) ranked first in the United States.
The number one crimson wave will reach No. 4 Notre Dame in the semifinals of the college football playoffs on January 1.
Jones or Smith will be the third Heisman winner in Alabama, but this is not a step backwards first. Mark Ingram (2009) and Derek Henry (2015) are the first Heisman winners of Inspur.
Lawrence was the favorite to win the award before the season, but missed two games after signing with COVID-19, which slowed the progress of his campaign. The presumed starter of the junior high quarterback and the next NFL draft did not play at Boston College and Notre Dame.
Last weekend he did participate in the Atlantic Coast League Champions Cup against the Fighting Irish and led the Tigers to a blowout victory. This season, Lawrence scored 2,753 yards and 22 touchdowns in nine games, which helped Clemson enter the playoffs for the third time in his career.
On January 1, second-ranked Clemson ranked third in Ohio in the Sugar Bowl semifinals. Lawrence will be the Tigers’ first Heisman champion.
Trask leads the country with 43 touchdown passes and a height of 4,125 yards. This senior is trying to join Steve Spurrier, Danny Wuerffel and Tim Tebow to become Hayes from Florida. Mann won the quarterback.
The rest of the top 10 are shown in turn, starting with Alabama running back to Najee Harris.
Blaise Hall of Iowa ranked sixth, followed by Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields (Justin Fields), BYU quarterback Zach Wilson (Zach Wilson), Notre Dame Cathedral quarterback Guard Ian Book (Ian Book) and Florida nervous Kyle Pitts (Kyle Pitts).