Bradley Roby will be a third-year starter and leader of the 2013 Ohio State Buckeyes. With a breakout season in 2012, earning All-Big Ten honors and being named Second Team All-American, could the Heisman Trophy be in sight for the lockdown corner of the Buckeyes?
“I believe I can win it,” Roby told CBSSports.com’s Dennis Dodd.
This is certainly the confidence you want from a veteran player, preferably your best cornerback. However, is the Heisman Trophy a realistic possibility for a player who just stays on the defensive side of the ball? The general consensus would be no, but there are things that Bradley Roby can do to put himself into the discussion.
First off, a repeat from last season’s pass breakups in a must. Averaging 1.73 pass defended per game in 2012, which was most in the nation, Roby proved that yards through the air would be hard to come by. He added two interceptions as well, and in order to be put in the Heisman…
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