The college football season is three weeks old, and in that small-but-not-tiny sample, a number of players have stuck out as particularly impressive or disappointing.
Some preseason Heisman campaigns have panned out perfectly in nonconference play, combining team success with statistical buildup. These players seem poised for season-long acclaim.
But other preseason favorites have gotten off to less auspicious starts, at least relative to expectations, and need to snap out of their funk.
If their production doesn't catch up with their talent soon, they seem doomed for an offseason of questioning.