With the college football season on the horizon, it's time to take a look at the talented student athletes most likely to contend for the prestigious Heisman trophy award in 2013. CLA expects a wide open race with many worthy competitors.
The 18 quarterbacks competing for the top prize at the Elite 11 finally got the opportunity to display their abilities in competitive play as 7ON pool play at The Opening kicked off Tuesday afternoon.
Heading into the day, Purdue commit David Blough ranked first in the Elite 11 standings and was placed on Team Superbad along with quarterbacks Stephen Collier and David Cornwell. Joining the signal callers on Superbad are SPARQ champion Speedy Noil, speedster Johnnie Dixon, Jalen Tabor, recent Cal commit Jaleel Wadood and many more D1 bound ballers.
If you haven't heard of 2015 CB Shaun Crawford out of Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward yet, you're going to in the near future. The 5'9", 165 lbs. athlete has been picking up quite a lot of interest lately and boasts offers from Arkansas, Cincinnati, Florida St., Illinois, Iowa, Miami (Fl.), Michigan St., Northwestern, Penn State, Tennessee and his two latest from Michigan and West Virginia.
Crawford has a lot of schools that like him and some that he really likes, but he's enjoying the process and waiting on another offer still. "It's pretty cool. Just waiting on the Trojans."
Watch Dwight Williams Top 10 Plays from his junior season at Serra High School (CA). Williams currently has offers from top BCS college football programs such as Florida, UCLA, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Miami, Michigan, Tennessee and many others.