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Top 5 QB Commits of 2014 Class Who Will Be Heisman Candidates

Top 5 QB Commits of 2014 Class Who Will Be Heisman Candidates

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There are quite a few quality quarterbacks in the 2014 college football recruiting class, and some of them might even get some playing time this season. Others might sit on the bench with a clip board for a bit, but the QBs on this list might have a chance to win a Heisman trophy one day. Enjoy.

5. Keller Chryst- Stanford

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5. Keller Chryst- Stanford

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The 6-foot-4, 230 pound field general comes out of Palo Alto, and that area has a rich tradition of fantastic quarterback play. Keller Chryst was used to dominating at the high school level, and we will have to see if he can continue to play well in the Pac-12. I think he could be Stanford's first Heisman trophy candidate since Andrew Luck.

4. Drew Barker- Kentucky

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4. Drew Barker- Kentucky

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This one might seem a bit out there, but I think that Drew Barker could get the Kentucky Wildcats into the national conversation one day. His height (6-foot-3) gives him the ability to see most of the field, and he could make the Wildcats a fun wildcard in the SEC.

3. Jerrod Heard- Texas

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3. Jerrod Heard- Texas

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Jerrod Heard is a 6-foot-1 quarterback who can absolutely fly on the field, and he could bring back some Vince Young memories for Texas Longhorn fans. A Heisman trophy might be out of his reach, but you never know what can happen in the Big 12.

2. Kyle Allen- Texas A&M

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2. Kyle Allen- Texas A&M

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Kyle Allen will have some competition for the quarterback position over the next couple years, and the Texas A&M Aggies have clearly become a destination spot for signal callers. We'll have to see if Allen can stay on the field long enough to one day hoist up a Heisman.

1. Deshaun Watson- Clemson

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1. Deshaun Watson- Clemson

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The lithe quarterback will eventually get a chance to start for the Clemson Tigers. Once he does, then we could see him put up huge numbers both on the ground and through the air. Tajh Boyd was not able to grasp the Heisman trophy, but maybe Watson can redeem things for the Tigers.

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