Lamar has posted better numbers this year than he did last year, when he actually won the Heisman Trophy and is the youngest player ever to do so. Yet this year, he is fourth in voting with his only hope of winning being some type sort of miracle. David Hale with ESPN dives into the mystery a little deeper.
Lamar Jackson is improved from last year. His numbers are sterling once again. He's the most relied-upon player in CFB. So why is there no Heisman love this time around? https://t.co/iRbNE86YVq
— A David Hale joint (@DavidHaleESPN) November 17, 2017