The Heisman Trophy has been awarded to the most outstanding player in college football every year since 1935.

By Scooby Axson
December 09, 2017

The Heisman Trophy is given out to the most outstanding player in college football.

First awarded in 1935, the Heisman has become one of the most coveted trophies in all of sports.

Below is a list of every winner:

1935 – Jay Berwanger, running back, Chicago
1936 – Larry Kelley, end, Yale
1937 – Clint Frank, quarterback, Yale
1938 – Davey O'Brien, quarterback, TCU
1939 – Nile Kinnick, running back, Iowa
1940 – Tom Harmon, running back, Michigan
1941 – Bruce Smith, running back, Minnesota
1942 – Frank Sinkwich, running back, Georgia
1943 – Angelo Bertelli, quarterback, Notre Dame
1944 – Les Horvath, quarterback, Ohio State
1945 – Doc Blanchard, fullback, Army
1946 – Glenn Davis, running back, Army
1947 – John Lujack, quarterback, Notre Dame
1948 – Doak Walker, running back, Southern Methodist
1949 – Leon Hart, end, Notre Dame
1950 – Vic Janowicz, running back, Ohio State
1951 – Dick Kazmaier, running back, Princeton
1952 – Billy Vessels, running back, Oklahoma
1953 – John Lattner, running back, Notre Dame
1954 – Alan Ameche, fullback, Wisconsin
1955 – Howard Cassady, running back, Ohio State
1956 – Paul Hornung, quarterback, Notre Dame
1957 – John David Crow, running back, Texas A&M
1958 – Pete Dawkins, running back, Army
1959 – Billy Cannon, running back, Louisiana State
1960 – Joe Bellino, running back, Navy
1961 – Ernie Davis, running back, Syracuse
1962 – Terry Baker, quarterback, Oregon State
1963 – Roger Staubach, quarterback, Navy
1964 – John Huarte, quarterback, Notre Dame
1965 – Mike Garrett, running back, USC
1966 – Steve Spurrier, quarterback, Florida
1967 – Gary Beban, quarterback, UCLA
1968 – O.J. Simpson, running back, USC
1969 – Steve Owens, fullback, Oklahoma
1970 – Jim Plunkett, quarterback, Stanford
1971 – Pat Sullivan, quarterback, Auburn
1972 – Johnny Rodgers, running back, Nebraska
1973 – John Cappelletti, running back, Penn State
1974 – Archie Griffin, running back, Ohio State
1975 – Archie Griffin, running back, Ohio State
1976 – Tony Dorsett, running back, Pittsburgh
1977 – Earl Campbell, running back, Texas
1978 – Billy Sims, running back, Oklahoma
1979 – Charles White, running back, USC
1980 – George Rogers, running back, South Carolina
1981 – Marcus Allen, running back, USC
1982 – Herschel Walker, running back, Georgia
1983 – Mike Rozier, running back, Nebraska
1984 – Doug Flutie, quarterback, Boston College
1985 – Bo Jackson, running back, Auburn
1986 – Vinny Testaverde, quarterback, Miami (Fla.)
1987 – Tim Brown, wide receiver, Notre Dame
1988 – Barry Sanders, running back, Oklahoma State
1989 – Andre Ware, quarterback, Houston
1990 – Ty Detmer, quarterback, Brigham Young
1991 – Desmond Howard, wide receiver, Michigan
1992 – Gino Torretta, quarterback, Miami (Fla.)
1993 – Charlie Ward, quarterback, Florida State
1994 – Rashaan Salaam, running back, Colorado
1995 – Eddie George, running back, Ohio State
1996 – Danny Wuerffel, quarterback, Florida
1997 – Charles Woodson, cornerback, Michigan
1998 – Ricky Williams, running back, Texas
1999 – Ron Dayne, running back, Wisconsin
2000 – Chris Weinke, quarterback, Florida State
2001 – Eric Crouch, quarterback, Nebraska
2002 – Carson Palmer, quarterback, USC
2003 – Jason White, quarterback, Oklahoma
2004 – Matt Leinart, quarterback, USC
2005 – Reggie Bush, running back, USC
2006 – Troy Smith, quarterback, Ohio State
2007 – Tim Tebow, quarterback, Florida
2008 – Sam Bradford, quarterback, Oklahoma
2009 – Mark Ingram, running back, Alabama
2010 – Cameron Newton, quarterback, Auburn
2011 – Robert Griffin, quarterback, Baylor
2012 – Johnny Manziel, quarterback, Texas A&M
2013 – Jameis Winston, quarterback, Florida State
2014 – Marcus Mariota, quarterback, Oregon
2015 – Derrick Henry, running back, Alabama
2016 – Lamar Jackson, quarterback, Louisville

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