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Louisville QB Lamar Jackson
Louisville may have lost the battle to Clemson this week, but Jackson continued to chug along with his Heisman campaign having almost 500 yards of total offense and three touchdowns. Jackson has the best numbers in the nation on one of the top teams. He is the favorite right now.
Clemson QB Deshaun Watson
While Watson hasn't put up the huge numbers that Jackson has this year, he led Clemson to victory over Jackson's Louisville. Even if Watson has less than stellar stats, the fact that he is the best QB on a possible playoff team is enough to keep him entrenched in the Heisman conversation.
Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey
McCaffrey broke all kinds of records last year. He hasn't hit that same level as last year, but a loss to Washington could give him the motivation to be the one of a kind back we saw last year. No matter who is first in the Heisman race, McCaffrey will consistently be lurking in the middle of the pack.
Ohio State QB JT Barrett
Ohio State hasn't had the best competition so far, but Barrett hasn't let that stop him from putting up amazing stats. He has been one of the most accurate passers in the country and has led the nation's highest scoring team. We may not know how good Barrett is until he faces a top ranked defense in Wisconsin in two weeks.
Houston QB Greg Ward Jr.
Houston looks to be by far the best team outside of the Power 5 conferences and they have a great chance to make the playoff. The biggest reason for that is quarterback Greg Ward Jr. He has put up numbers up there with the best in the game and if Houston keeps winning he will continue to rise up the ranks.
Tennessee DE Derek Barnett
If you're looking to cast your Heisman vote for a defensive player Barnett should be your choice. He has been the rock for the undefeated Volunteers. In Tennessee's biggest games against Florida and Georgia, Barnett has had 4 combined sacks. If he keeps that up this week against Texas A&M he could shoot up the Heisman ranks.
Washington QB Jake Browning
Browning is a dark horse candidate and one that might have to see some other Heisman players drop out of the mix for a chance. If Washington makes it to the playoff there is a good chance that Browning makes it to New York for the Heisman ceremony. Make sure you put Browning and Washington on your must watch list in the coming weeks.

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