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Heisman Watch: Week 4

by DJ Boyer on Sep. 30, 2015

Heisman Watch: Week 4

1. Leonard Fournette – RB LSU: 73 carries 631 yards 8.6 YPC 8 TD LW 1.

It's not even close right now...Fournette in a landslide.

 

2. Nick Chubb - RB Georgia: 71 carries 599 yards 8.4 YPC 6 TD 3 catches 37 yards 1 TD. LW 2.

#2 Running back in the SEC is also #2 on the list overall.

 

3. Trevone Boykin – QB TCU: 99-153 64.7% 1,470 yards 14 TD 3 INT 46 carries 190 yards 4.1 YPC 2 TD. LW 4.

Yes there was a bit of luck involved in the win but Boykin played well and someone had to get TCU in position for the victory.

 

4. Ezekiel Elliot – RB Ohio State: 77 carries 455 yards 5.9 YPC 5 TD 8 catches 51 yards. LW 3.

His contributions to this team are invaluable as they continue to suffer through inconsistent quarterback play.

 

5. Cody Kessler – QB USC: 89-122 73.0% 1,297 yards 15 TD 1 INT. LW 5.

Hard to argue with a 15/1 TD to INT ratio. Kessler has been flawless in a year after losing many weapons to the NFL and graduation.

 

6. Jared Goff – QB California: 92-133 69.2.0% 1,240 yards 11 TD 3 INT. LW 6.

Not the greatest game for Goff but he continues to make the big plays and limits his mistakes. Goff did miss some throws this week but it ultimately didn't cost the Golden Bears.

 

7. Keenan Reynolds – QB Navy: 10-17 58.8% 148 yards 1TD 0 INT 63 carries 305 yards 9 TD. LW 9.

Reynolds will be the all-time NCAA leader in career rushing touchdowns by the middle of the season at his current pace.

 

8. Myles Garrett – DE Texas A&M: 18 tackles, 7.5 TFL 6.5 sacks 2 forced fumble. LW 7.

Haven't found a lineman that can handle Garrett for more than a quarter.

 

9.  Dalvin Cook – RB Florida State: 64 carries 476 yards 7.4 YPC 5 TD LW 10.

Cook is ensuring that Florida State stays at the top of the ACC.

 

10. Devontae Booker – RB Utah: 106 carries 443 yards 4.2 YPC 4 TD 15 receptions 149 yards 9.9 YPC. LW 8.

Utah is 4-0 and Booker has still to let loose and have a huge game.

 

Honorable Mention: Vernon Hargreaves, CB, Florida; Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame; Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State; Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama and Tyler Matakevich, LB, Temple, Paxton Lynch QB Memphis, Robert Nkemdiche DE/DT Ole Miss.

 

DJ Boyer