Lawrence, hoping to be the No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, should leave Clemson early, the only two-time finalist and current Houston Texas quarterback Pahat Watson (third in voting in 2015, second in 2016) As players. The name of the finalist began to form after the Heimann Trust was officially recognized in 1982. Clemson has never had a Hessman winner.
This is the first time many finals have taken place in Alabama and in the second year many finalists have come from the same school; Ohio State’s Justin Fields and Chase Young were finalists in 2019.
The previous winners of the Alabama Award Mark Ingram (2009) and Derrick Henry (2015) are returning. In total, Alabama has 10 Heisman finals, eight of which come with Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban.
Trask is the fifth Gator named a Heisman finalist, including Emmitt Smith (1988), Danny Wuerfel (1995, 1996), Rex Grossman (2001) and Tim Tebow (2007, 2008, 2009). Florida has three award winners: Steve Sperrier in 1966, Woofrell in 1996 and Tebow in 2007.
The remaining 10 titles of the 2020 Heisman voting were announced Thursday, including Alabama’s Nazi Harris in fifth, Iowa State’s Breece Hall sixth, Ohio State’s Fields seventh, BYU’s Zach Wilt eighth, Ian Book of Notre Dame ninth and Florida Includes Kyle Pitts. In the 10th.
The Heisman Trophy ballots went to 927 voters: 56 living Heiman winners, an overall fan vote and 870 members of the media.