19. Lamar Jackson (2016)
The early lot of pre-season favorites for the 2016 Heisman Trophy was as wide open as it had ever been, which is probably why University of Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson all but wrapped up the award before the end of September.
In a highly publicized game between his Cardinals and the then #2-ranked Florida State Seminoles, Jackson completed 13 of 20 passes for 216 yards with one touchdown pass, but tallied on four more touchdowns rushing — on 146 yards — in the game, leading Louisville to a lopsided 63-20 win.
That season, Jackson threw for 30 touchdown passes (and 3,543 yards), and added another 21 touchdowns rushing (on 1,571 rushing yards), becoming both the first player in school history to win the award, and the youngest recipient of the award overall.