What about ’10?

We know that after this season, Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy are gone.  Sam Bradford is likely out of here as well.  I don’t think Jahvid Best will be back.

While the 2009 Heisman race is being fought, we’ll also see the 2010 race start to take shape.  Right now, these are the players that I think have the best chance to emerge as 2010 front runners:

1. Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State

2. Aaron Corp, USC

3. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame

4. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma

5. Noel Devine, West Virginia

6. Ryan Mallette, Arkansas

7. Evan Royster, Penn State

8. Robert Griffen, Baylor

9. Joe McKnight, USC

10. Greg McElroy, Alabama

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One Response to What about ’10?

  1. Anonymous July 30, 2009 at 3:56 pm #

    That should be “Griffin” with two I’s.