Heisman Watch
Heisman Watch
ESPN Experts' Poll Nov. 28, 2017

ESPN experts: Andrea Adelson, Joel Anderson, Edward Aschoff, Kyle Bonagura, David M. Hale, Chris Low, Ivan Maisel, Dan Murphy, Adam Rittenberg, Mark Schlabach, Mitch Sherman and Jake Trotter

Tracking the Candidates

1. Baker Mayfield QB OKLA
Mayfield served a two-play suspension and then dismantled West Virginia, throwing for 281 yards, three touchdowns and a 99.1 QBR (second best of the week).

GPCMP%PaYdPaTDRAT
12/2 vs TCU165.22434211.4
Season1371.0434041203.8

Next Game: 1/1 vs UGA

2. Bryce Love RB STAN
Love again pushed through injury to pick up another 125 yards. It was his 10th 100-plus-yard rushing game of the season.

GPATTRuYdAVGRuTD
12/1 @ USC1221255.71
Season1323719738.317

Next Game: 12/28 @ TCU

3. Lamar Jackson QB LOU
Jackson has now clocked seven, yes, seven games this season with at least 200 yards passing and 100 rushing.

GPCMP%PaYdPaTDRAT
11/25 @ UK171.42162189.3
Season1260.4348925151.5

Next Game: 12/30 @ MSST

4. Rashaad Penny RB SDSU
For the second time in two years, San Diego State has a 2,000-yard rusher. Penny has followed in predecessor Donnel Pumphrey's footsteps and made SDSU the first school to have back-to-back different 2,000-yard rushers.

GPATTRuYdAVGRuTD
11/24 vs UNM1222039.22
Season1227520277.419

Next Game: 12/23 @ ARMY

5. Jonathan Taylor RB WIS
With 149 yards against Minnesota, Taylor is now 116 yards back of Adrian Peterson's all-time freshman rushing record.

GPATTRuYdAVGRuTD
12/2 vs OSU115412.70
Season1327318476.813

Next Game: 12/30 @ MIAM

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