Two Former Heisman Finalists Making Controversial Statements
Derrick Henry, DeShaun Watson and Christian McCaffrey were all finalists for the 2015 Heisman Trophy finalists. A little over one year later, all three players are making headlines for three distinctly different reasons. Henry is the only player currently in the NFL. Henry helped lead his Tennessee Titans team to a 17-16 win over the Kansas City Chiefs with a 58 yard and two touchdown effort. On the collegiate level, McCaffrey announced he would not play in the Sun Bowl (Stanford's final game of the season) and instead focus his attention on his NFL future. McCaffrey wrote via his Twitter account
Very tough decision, but I have decided not to play in the Sun Bowl so I can begin my draft prep immediately. Thx to all my teammates for their 100% support -- It means a lot to me. Go Cardinal!
DeShaun Watson told ESPN this in regards to this year's voting for the Heisman Trophy.
I'm the best player in the country. That's how I think. That's how I feel. People have their own way of voting
Watson finished second to Louisville's Lamar Jackson in this year's Heisman voting. What do you think of Watson and McCaffrey's comments? Let us know below.