Week 13 2020 Heisman Rankings

2021 Final Heisman Rankings

We have arrived at the last week of the regular season as the tug of war continues with Kyle Trask and Mac Jones. Neither did anything to hurt their position with outstanding road performances. They are each in action on Saturday with one final chance to impress the pollsters before they meet head to head in the SEC Championship Game on December 19th. So, with that in mind, let’s take a look as we unveil our week 13 2020 Heisman rankings.

Trevor Lawrence and Justin Fields are down, but not out. Even though both are not playing this week, they will have the national stage on Championship Weekend to provide their final push. But, perhaps nobody is playing better than Devonta Smith. He has five straight 100-yard performances with two of those going for over 200 yards. Having said that, let’s look at the extended leader board in our week 13 2020 Heisman rankings.

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Note: Ties were broken alphabetically by player’s last name

Ranking Player Position Team Points
1 Kyle Trask QB 78
2 Mac Jones QB 74
3 Trevor Lawrence QB 35
4 Justin Fields QB 27
5 Devonta Smith WR 18
6 Najee Harris RB 10
7 Grayson McCall QB 5
8 D’Eriq King QB 3
9 Zach Wilson QB 3
10 Breece Hall RB 1
11 Kevin Harris RB 1

Top Five Candidates

1. Kyle Trask

QB | Florida                                                                                                                                                     Next Game: 12/12 vs LSU

Trask was a little more impressive with a 433-yard, four-touchdown performance against Tennessee last week in Neyland Stadium. That was enough to get him back into the top spot in this week’s Heisman rankings. The Gators will have one final tune-up as they entertain LSU this weekend for their home finale.

2020 SEASON
PASSING
YDS TD INT CMP% RATING
3,243 38 3 71.4 193.1
RUSHING
YDS TD YPC
78 0 2.0

2. Mac Jones

QB | Alabama                                                                                                                                                 Next Game: 12/12 at Arkansas

The Tide cruised to an expected and lopsided victory over LSU last Saturday night. Jones threw for four touchdowns in a little over a half as the game was out of reach by halftime. He will attempt to keep pace with Trask this week as Alabama travels to Arkansas for the final game of the regular season. However, this Heisman may come down to next week in Atlanta.

2020 SEASON
PASSING
YDS TD INT CMP% RATING
3,113 27 3 75.7 210.8
RUSHING
YDS TD YPC
-3 1 -0.1

3. Trevor Lawrence

QB | Clemson                                                                                                                                                     Next Game: 12/19 vs Notre Dame

Lawrence needed a huge game against Virginia Tech to end the season and just didn’t get there. He was only 12 for 22 with 195 yards and had a touchdown and an interception each. However, he did add 41 yards and a couple of scores on the ground. Lawrence will be forced to watch Trask and Jones have another data point as he prepares for Notre Dame on December 19th.

2020 SEASON
PASSING
YDS TD INT CMP% RATING
2,431 20 3 69.2 174.9
RUSHING
YDS TD YPC
121 6 2.8

4. Justin Fields

QB | Ohio State                                                                                                                                                Next Game: 12/19 vs Northwestern

Fields will miss the national spotlight this week as the game against Michigan has been canceled due to Covid issues within the Wolverine program. However, he had an excellent bounce-back game against Michigan State with 303 total yards from scrimmage and four touchdowns. With only five games played, Fields will have to make a statement in the Big 10 Championship Game on December 19th.

2020 SEASON
PASSING
YDS TD INT CMP% RATING
1,407 15 3 78.1 196.1
RUSHING
YDS TD YPC
239 5 4.3

5. Devonta Smith

WR | Alabama                                                                                                                                                Next Game: 12/12 at Arkansas

We finally have a wide receiver sneak into the top five. Smith has been on a tear since the injury to Jaylen Waddle. Smith had eight catches for 231 yards and three touchdowns against LSU. He’ll look to continue his incredible hot streak as the Crimson Tide travel to Arkansas. The big question remains, will Jones and Smith steal Heisman votes from each other?

2020 SEASON
RECEIVING
REC YARDS AVG TD LONG
80 1,305 16.3 15 66
RUSHING
YDS TD YPC
11 1 3.7

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