1. Trevor Lawrence- Clemson
Lawrence is probably the most promising young player in the nation. This was a no brainer.
2. Tua Tagovailoa- Alabama
Tua Tagovailoa had a great sophomore season, and we can only expect more of the same from Tua.
3. Justin Herbert- Oregon
Herbert was the first quarterback coming off of most people’s draft board, until he announced that he would, in fact, return for another year as a duck. That being said, Herbert could have a breakout year in 2019.
4. Justin Fields- Ohio State
After transferring from Georgia, Justin Fields has found a home at Ohio State and is set for 2019. Although Fields had a minimal role at UGA, look for him to explode on to the scene next season.
5. Jalen Hurts- Oklahoma
After waiting behind Tua, Jalen Hurts is looking to help Oklahoma three peat at winning the Heisman Trophy. Hurts had a solid career at Alabama, going 24-2 as a starter. However, now he is surrounded with some of the best weapons in College Football
6. Sam Ehlinger- Texas
Ehlinger capped off an extremely strong year, taking down Georgia in the Sugar Bowl, as well as Oklahoma in the regular season. Texas has the potential to be a powerhouse, with Ehlinger at the helm.
7. Jake Fromm- Georgia
Fromm has pushed out 2 Five stars in 2 years. Now that he is heading into his Junior season, it’s time to cement himself as a NFL prospect.
8. D’Eriq King- Houston
King was one of the most productive all around players in 2018, accounting for over 3,600 Yards and 50 touchdowns. King could take College Football by storm, if the coaching situation doesn’t hold him down similar to Khalil Tate and Kevin Sumlin.
9. Mason Fine- North Texas
Coming off a strong sophomore campaign, Fine is receiving national attention. Last season, Fine accounted for 3793 yards, 27 touchdowns, and only 5 interceptions. In his 3 year career at North Texas, Mason Fine has thrown for almost 10,000 yards, and 64 touchdowns. Look out for Fine and the Mean Green in 2019.
10. Khalil Tate- Arizona
Tate was a Heisman contender in 2017, as well as a preseason Heisman favorite in 2018. Although he had a down year, look for Tate to explode back on to the scene and remind everyone who he is.