1. Lamar Jackson | Louisville QB | Sophomore | Last week: (1)
Jackson and Louisville got destroyed by Houston last week, 36-10. The Houston defense beat up Jackson, and the Cardinal offense just couldn't get anything done. Jackson is still #1 in the Heisman race, but there is an opening for other players.
57.1% | 3,109 YDS | 28 TD | 6 INT
209 ATT | 1,367 YDS | 6.5 AVG | 19 TD
2. Deshaun Watson | Clemson QB | Junior | Last week: (2)
Clemson got back on track with a 35-13 win over Wake Forest. Watson ran for two touchdowns and added one through the air.
66.4% | 3,279 YDS | 28 TD | 13 INT
107 ATT | 425 YDS | 4.0 AVG | 4 TD
3. Jabrill Peppers | Michigan LB/DB | Junior | Last week: (3)
Jabrill Peppers has a chance to break out in the Heisman race against rival #2 Ohio State. If Peppers can make a huge impact (including stat-wise) on the game in a Michigan win, he could make a case that he should be the Heisman favorite.
59 TACKLES (42 SOLO) | 3.0 SACKS
23 ATT / 163 YDS / 3 TD | 2 REC / 3 YDS
9 KR / 216 YDS | 20 PR / 305 YDS / 1 TD
4. Baker Mayfield | Oklahoma QB | Junior | Last week: (4)
Despite Oklahoma getting blown out by Ohio State earlier in the season, Mayfield should be on the Heisman short list. He has had some huge games for Oklahoma, and has them with an outside shot at the CFB Playoffs.
71.4% | 3,381 YDS | 35 TD | 8 INT
71 ATT | 138 YDS | 1.9 AVG | 6 TD
5. Jake Browning | Washington QB | Sophomore | Last week: (5)
The past two games haven't been the greatest for Browning, but if you look at his whole body of work this season, he belongs in the top five.
64.3% | 2,870 YDS | 37 TD | 7 INT
52 ATT | 60 YDS | 1.2 AVG | 4 TD
J.T. Barrett | Ohio State QB | Junior (RS)
Christian McCaffrey | Stanford RB | Junior
D'Onta Foreman | Texas RB | Junior
Donnel Pumphrey | San Diego State RB | Senior
Jalen Hurts | Alabama QB | Freshman