4. Alabama RB Derrick Henry
The Heisman Top 10 pace-setter the previous two weeks slips some in Week 3, the result of Alabama’s home loss to SEC West foe Ole Miss.
Still, Derrick Henry had another monster game, rushing for 127 yards and a touchdown. With at least one score in every game, Henry is tied with Boise State’s Jeremy McNichols for the most rushing touchdowns in the nation through three weeks.
If you’ve wondered why Henry is so difficult for defenses to bring down, here’s one reason:
The man to Derrick Henry’s right is a normal-sized person. pic.twitter.com/B7gI6NFIRe
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) September 20, 2015
3. Georgia RB Nick Chubb
Quarterback Greyson Lambert garnered the headlines out of Georgia’s rout of rival South Carolina, but Nick Chubb continued to be the Bulldogs’ Mr. Dependable. When a two-touchdown, 159-yard game is par for the course, you’re a pretty clear Heisman contender.