Heisman Watch 2011 - Brought to you by Athlon Sports LaMichael James, RB - Speedster led the nation in rushing last season with 1,731 yards for the national runners-up. With seven starters back on offense, including three on the offensive line, the Ducks should continue to put up gaudy numbers. Andrew Luck, QB - They lost their head coach, but the Cardinal are welcoming back the nation's finest quarterback. Luck, who spurned the NFL Draft, threw for 3,338 yards and 32 touchdowns (and only eight INTs) as a sophomore to lead Stanford to its first 12 win season in school history. Kellen Moore, QB - Moore, 38-2 as a starter, needs eight wins to pass Colt McCoy as the all-time winningest quarterback in the FBS ranks. He must forge ahead without his top receivers from last season, as well as offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin, now at Texas. Marcus Lattimore, RB - Lattimore was sensational as a true freshman, rushing for 1,197 yards and 17 scores for the SEC East champs, and promises to be even better as a sophomore after a year in the weight room. With issues at quarterback - will Stephen Garcia ever behave? - the Gamecocks could lean on their running game even more this fall. Trent Richardson, RB - He's been arguably the best backup in the nation the past two seasons. Now, with former Heisman winner Mark Ingram off to the NFL, Richardson is the top option at Bama. Last year, he rushed for 700 yards on only 112 carries for a sparkling 6.3-average.