Heisman finalist would vote for Deshaun Watson

by - Assoc. Editor -
Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Heisman Trophy finalist and Michigan defender Jabrill Peppers is one of the elite players in College Football and he told the Dan Patrick Show on Thursday that he would vote for Deshaun Watson for Heisman if he had a vote.

"Since [Watson] won that game [against Louisville], I would probably give him my vote," Peppers said to Patrick. "Whenever you have two Heisman finalists facing one another -- it was a very, very good game -- but at the end of the day, Deshaun Watson still came away with the victory. That's who I'd definitely give my vote to, even though you can't knock what Lamar Jackson has done."

You have to give lots of respect to Peppers for saying that he doesn't deserve the Heisman Trophy Award compared to Watson.

Peppers has 66 tackles including 13 for loss, three sacks, and an interception on defense. He also has 27 rushes for 167 yards, 21 punt returns for 310 yards, and ten kickoff returns for 260 yards.

Send Feedback to Tony Crumpton: Email | Comment
Post your comments!

Former Clemson center signs contract with Pistons

ESPN analyst says Clemson has best body of work in CFB

Boston College Review

Robbie Tinsley: Warning bells need to be heard, heeded by Tigers

Swinney's Monday injury update

3-star SF commits to Clemson

Hokies coach on facing Clemson: "It’s like defusing a bomb"

Scott: Feaster and Etienne are above the rest

Clemson safety moved to cornerback
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Daily Digest