SH MVP MEDIA DASHBOARDSeason 4: Preseason Alabama QB AJ McCarron is an early favorite as the SH OMVP, returning for another year after an incredible season.OFFENSIVE MVP1. QB AJ McCarron (Alabama)AJ tips the scale at 98 OVR after returning for his Senior season at Alabama. He has a National Title under his belt and is looking for that Heisman Trophy.2. RB Curtis Dukes (Penn State)Dukes is a legitimate Heisman contender with the #2 Penn State Nittany Lions looking to be the favorite of the Big 10. We know that Cimmy likes to run the ball, and with Newsome departing at QB Dukes will need to carry a strong load. Look for him to have another solid season.3. RB Jamal Berry (Kentucky)Suprise, suprise, Jamal Berry transfers out of tOSU to Kentucky. Many thought this was a foolish decision for him but he will get his chance to show he is a top notch back in the SEC. Ohio State won't necessarily miss him as Jordan Hall will carry a huge load in Columbus. With Knight's stick skills and coaching ability look for a heisman type year for Berry.4. WR Chris Dunkley (Florida)Trey Burton's number one target is Dunkley and without a clear legitimate threat at RB, look for diddy and the Gators to air it out. Dunkley has good size and ability and is coming off a great season.5. QB Mark Robertson (Ohio State)Mark is coming off an incredible season as a freshmen, where he was named Freshmen All- American and Big 10 player of the year. A once 5 star recruit, is leading Ohio State to many victories at a young age.DEFENSIVE MVP1. MLB Jelani Jenkins (Florida)Jelani is an absolute beast. He is rounding up his career at Florida and has the potential to be the all time tackle leader. Look for an impressive season for this linebacker.2. MLB Chris McCallister (Baylor)Chris was runner up in last years SH DMVP award, being a intricate piece to the success of Baylor. With Coach H22 pushing Baylor in the right direction, look for another good year for this linebacker as he will need to do a bit more with the recent departure of some key Baylor personnel.3. ROLB Ed Stinson (Alabama)What would this category be without an Alabama defensive stud. In the past Forever has had some standouts on defense but never a clear dominant force. With some key talent leaving in the draft, look for Stinson to cause some havoc.4. MLB Jordan Whiting (Ohio State)Jordan could have been a first round draft pick in the 2013 draft but decided to return to Ohio State. He has great size and ability as well as his ability to get into every tackle. Look for Whiting to climb the charts and finish off his career on a solid note.5. SS Carey Stephens (Iowa)Possibly the most controversial selection for the Thorpe award as Stephens won the award without getting an interception. His knack for big hits and getting into tackles has him a favorite after an impressive season for Iowa as a True Freshmen. Stephens, determined to get better, came into camp and gained +6 points of experience and is showing he has what it takes to compete at the next level.