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Reynolds 9th in USA Today Heisman Watch list


The race for the 2014 Heisman Trophy is on, led by last year’s winner, and will be impacted only slightly by Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller’s season-ending shoulder injury.

Though Miller was a contender for the Heisman, it doesn’t alter the quarterback-heavy top four heading into the season opener: Oregon’s Marcus Mariota, Florida State’s Jameis Winston, Baylor’s Bryce Petty and UCLA’s Brett Hundley.

All four quarterbacks, much like their respective teams, will jostle for national positioning throughout the course of the regular season. Seeing that all four will put forth similar numbers, the Heisman may come down to a familiar deciding factor: which quarterback’s team sits atop the polls heading into the postseason.

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9. QB Keenan Reynolds, Navy

Reynolds will benefit from marquee games against Ohio State and Notre Dame, the sort of matchups that would allow an under-the-radar contender to showcase his Heisman credentials in front of a national audience.

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