Over the last two years, the Heisman Trophy has become a young man's trophy, with back-to-back redshirt freshmen winning the award. However, in 2014 the pendulum could swing the other way with a crop of very talented juniors ready to take over college football.
We also know that this award has become a best quarterback in the country award as of late, with just one running back winning the award since 2000. This coming season, that could change as the junior running back crop happens to be one of the deepest and best known groups in the country.
Add in big time names at quarterback, and there is a good chance a junior could be hoisting the stiff-armed trophy come December.
In no particular order, let's see which juniors have the best shot at the award.
*All stats courtesy CFBstats.com.