Heisman Trophy finalists announced

The 2017 Heisman Trophy finalists were just revealed on ESPN.

Only three players will be headed to New York City this Saturday for the Heisman Trophy presentation.

They are Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, Stanford running back Bryce Love and Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield. Jackson won the award last year, while Mayfield is the odds-on favorite to win it this weekend.

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1935: Jay Berwanger, Chicago

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1936: Larry Kelley, Yale

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1937: Clint Frank, Yale

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1938: Davey O'Brien, TCU

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1939: Nile Kinnick, Iowa

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1940: Tom Harmon, Michigan

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1941: Bruce Smith, Minnesota

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1942: Frank Sinkwich, Georgia

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1943: Angelo Bertelli, Notre Dame

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1944: Les Horvath, Ohio State

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1945: Doc Blanchard, Army

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1946: Glenn Davis, Army

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1947: Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame

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1948: Doak Walker, SMU

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1949: Leon Hart, Notre Dame

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1950: Vic Janowicz, Ohio State

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1951: Dick Kazmaier, Princeton

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1952: Billy Vessels, Oklahoma

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1953: Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame

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1954: Alan Ameche, Wisconsin

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1955: Howard Cassady, Ohio State

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1956: Paul Hornung, Notre Dame

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1957: John David Crow, Texas A&M

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1958: Pete Dawkins, Army

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1959: Billy Cannon, LSU

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1960: Joe Bellino, Navy

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1961: Ernie Davis, Syracuse

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1962: Terry Baker, Oregon State

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1963: Roger Staubach, Navy

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1964: John Huarte, Notre Dame

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1965: Mike Garrett, USC

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1966: Steve Spurrier, Florida

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1967: Gary Beban, UCLA

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1968: OJ Simpson, USC

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1969: Steve Owens, Oklahoma

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1970: Jim Plunkett, Stanford

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1971: Pat Sullivan, Auburn

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1972: Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska

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1973: John Cappelletti, Penn State

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1974 and 1975: Archie Griffin, Ohio State

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1976: Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh

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1977: Earl Campbell, Texas

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1978: Billy Sims, Oklahoma

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1979: Charles White, USC

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1980: George Rogers, South Carolina

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1981: Marcus Allen, USC

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1982: Herschel Walker, Georgia

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1983: Mike Rozier, Nebraska

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1984: Doug Flutie, Boston College

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1985: Bo Jackson, Auburn

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1986: Vinny Testaverde, Miami

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1987: Tim Brown, Notre Dame

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1988: Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State

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1989: Andre Ware, Houston

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1990: Ty Detmer, BYU

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1991: Desmond Howard, Michigan

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1992: Gino Torretta, Miami

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1993: Charlie Ward, Florida State

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1994: Rashaan Salaam, Colorado

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1995: Eddie George, Ohio State

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1996: Danny Wuerffel, Florida

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1997: Charles Woodson, Michigan

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1998: Ricky Williams, Texas

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1999: Ron Dayne, Wisconsin

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2000: Chris Weinke, Florida State

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2001: Eric Crouch, Nebraska

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2002: Carson Palmer, USC

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2003: Jason White, Oklahoma

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2004: Matt Leinart, USC

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2005: Reggie Bush, USC (later vacated)

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2006: Troy Smith, Ohio State

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2007: Tim Tebow, Florida

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2008: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma

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2009: Mark Ingram Jr., Alabama

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2010: Cam Newton, Auburn

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2011: Robert Griffin III, Baylor

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2012: Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M

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2013: Jameis Winston, Florida State

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2014: Marcus Mariota, Oregon

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2015: Derrick Henry, Alabama

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2016: Lamar Jackson, Louisville

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Penn State running back Saquon Barkley looked like the Heisman favorite until late October, but ultimately didn’t get an invite. He looks like the most obvious potential “snub.”

ESPN will broadcast the 2017 Heisman Trophy presentation Saturday night from New York City. Coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET.

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