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The Case for Marqise

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While USC's 2012 football season did not go as planned, sophomore WR/KR Marqise Lee asserted himself as the best player in the country.  Our final case for his Heisman consideration in the form of an infographic...

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Johnny Rodgers, team ranked #4: 8-2-1 (won bowl)
Tim Brown, team ranked #12: 8-4 (lost bowl)
Desmond Howard, team ranked #6: 10-2 (lost bowl)
Charles Woodson, team ranked #1: 12-0 (won bowl)

Marqise Lee, team started #1, now un-ranked. Team is 7-5, losing to both rivals.

How can you compare?

If you just want to throw up stats,
Michael Crabtree 2007: 134, 1962, 22 td non-finalist

Dez Bryant 2008: 87, 1480, 19 td non-finalist

Justin Blackmon 2009: 111, 1782, 21 td (1 rush) non-finalist

Danario Alexander 2009: 113, 1781, 14 td non-finalist

Justin Blackmon 2010: 121, 1522, 18 td non-finalist

Ryan Broyles 2010: 131, 1622, ,14 td non-finalist

Tavon Austin 2012: 105, 1677 (rush & rec), 14 td doubtful

Marqise Lee 2012: 112, 1680, 14 td likely to get invite to NY.

At least you could get the stats correct for the other players. A quick check shows that Johnny Rogers had 16 tds. Tim Brown had 7 tds. Desmond Howard had 23 tds. And that is nice how you include Charles Woodson as a receiver with his pathetic receiving stats. The only stats you got correct belong to.....Marqise Lee!
Nice job trogan. Build up your player by belittling the others.

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