Heisman Watch Week 1 (Y2) The Heisman List is back for our league...You will see alot of familar faces on this list.. University of Wisconsin Halfback John Clay Clay enters this season as the Heisman Favorite. After a successful year last year that netted 1,627 yards and 21 Touchdowns, John will be looking to lead the Badgers to the number one spot at some point this year. If you have ever played this guy, he is a straight beast. At 6'1 and a little over 240 yards, Clay breaks arm tackles with ease. The Wisconsin faithful have put together a campaign for their beloved hero. Pitt Halfback Dion Lewis Dion is not your average running back. He is a new generation of smaller, quicker backs that can take over a game in a blink of an eye. His 1,468 yards last season carried the Pitt Panther offense. If you can consider Clay the thunder of NCAA, then Lewis is definitely the lightning. The Panthers will centralize their offense around this guy, and hopefully he can become the first Heisman Trophy winner for Pitt since Tony Dorsett. Oregon State Halfback Jacquizz Rodgers Rodgers is our smallest athlete on the board at a tiny 5'7". But is lack in size doesn't mean anything in our league. This kid will break your ankles. He had a great game in the bowl game at the end of last season vs TCU, and Rodgers racked up 17 rushing touchdowns. After being convinced to return by Coach Cimmy, Oregon State fans are salivating at the chance of a Heisman trophy. Florida State WR Bert Reed Reed is a smaller wide receiver that plays mostly in the slot for the Seminole offense. He usually won't go across the middle, but he is a good playmaking option. This year will be more difficult for Reed, because there's not a top notch passing quarterback for Florida State. With Ponder graduating, one can only speculate how much Bert will get the ball this year. Alabama Halfback Trent Richardson Division I's best returner last season now gets his chance for a starting role on the Crimson Tide. After sitting, waiting patiently, Richardson comes into the season as a crucial piece for Bama. Gaining a little over 1,000 yards last season, Trent is looking forward to being the lead back for a team that has BCS hopes.