3 reasons Kenneth Walker III is the best player in the country


Kenneth Walker III has been sort of snubbed by Heisman voters, but here’s why the Michigan state football superstar is still the best player in the country.

On Monday evening, the voting for the Heisman Trophy ended and hours later the finalists were revealed. What happened next was painful for Michigan state football fans: Kenneth Walker III was dropped from the guest list at the Heisman ceremony in New York.

Just a tragedy.

Walker was the top college football player for much of the season and was even the Heisman’s favorite on Nov. 13 against Maryland, but an injury against Ohio State in a blowout only led to six. runs for 25 yards. and his campaign was basically shot. He finished with a 100-yard game against Penn State to end the year.

But somehow voters left him out of their top four when the Heisman ballots were cast. He finished behind three quarters (a questionable decision) and arguably the second best defender (Will Anderson won the Nagurski Prize). It made no sense to leave the best player in the country at home.

This is exactly what Heisman voters did and they are not held responsible for this tragic oversight. Walker belongs to New York even though Bryce Young is the favorite to win it after a hot end to the season.

Here’s why Walker is still the best college football player even though he’s not a finalist for Heisman.


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