Okay Q'ers. Here is your chance to pick who you think is your leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy this year of 2010.
This season's 10 leading Heisman candidates, listed alphabetically:
RB John Clay, Wisconsin: If Clay -- who rushed for 1,517 yards last season despite balky ankles -- has a big season, the Badgers will, too.
RB Noel Devine, West Virginia: In each of the past two seasons, Devine has increased his production over the previous season. If he betters last season's 1,465-yard performance, he'll be a major contender.
RB Mark Ingram, Alabama: Things are changing in the Heisman race. The past three recipients have been sophomores. Last season, a defensive tackle was a legitimate candidate. The time for another two-time recipient may be drawing near. A big game against Penn State in September could mean Ingram will join Griffin as a two-time winner.
QB Case Keenum, Houston: Keenum threw for 5,671 yards and 44 touchdowns last season, and all his surrounding skill-position talent is back. Talk of a 6,000-yard season isn't that far-fetched.
RB Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh: He closed out a stellar freshman season (1,799 yards, 17 touchdowns) with four consecutive 150-yard games.
QB Ryan Mallett, Arkansas: The Razorbacks figure to be better than they were last season, and Mallett should post gaudy stats in his second season in coach Bobby Petrino's quarterback-friendly offense.
QB Kellen Moore, Boise State: He throws a lot of touchdown passes (64) and few interceptions (13), and his team has lost just once in two seasons with him as the starter. He could make a major statement in the opener against Virginia Tech.
QB Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State: The improving dual-threat quarterback is leading a team with a real shot at going unbeaten.
RB Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State: Rodgers produces as a runner and receiver. In '09 he rushed for 1,440 yards and added 522 receiving yards.
RB Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech: Second-year players are hot. Williams is a highlight waiting to happen. As a redshirt freshman last season, he had 23 runs that covered at least 20 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown gallop against Alabama.
Others to consider
QB Matt Barkley, USC
WR Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma
QB Ricky Dobbs, Navy
WR Michael Floyd, Notre Dame
QB Blaine Gabbert, Missouri
QB Jacory Harris, Miami
RB LaMichael James, Oregon
QB Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M
QB Jake Locker, Washington
QB Christian Ponder, Florida State
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