The Great Heisman Campaign: Semifinal

The timetable for the Great Heisman Campaign has hit overdrive, and it’s time to get down to a final pairing. Because of this, there will be no quarterfinals, and instead there will be a 4-way competition on each side of the bracket to determine who the finalists will be. Here’s the updated bracket:

Round 3 Results of the Great Heisman Campaign

There are 2 polls in this post, so make sure you vote in both of them. These polls will only be open for 24 hours, so get to votin’.

West Region Semifinal

  • 1 Brandon Minor (80%, 582 Votes)
  • 2 Donovan Warren (10%, 76 Votes)
  • 1 Greg Mathews (5%, 39 Votes)
  • 2 Carlos Brown (4%, 32 Votes)

Total Voters: 728

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East Region Semifinal

  • 1 Brandon Graham (54%, 394 Votes)
  • 2 Tate Forcier (30%, 214 Votes)
  • 1 Zoltan Mesko (12%, 85 Votes)
  • 2 Martavious Odoms (4%, 30 Votes)

Total Voters: 723

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Great Heisman Campaign: Warren v. Schilling

Donovan Warren was a 4/5-star cornerback out of high school, and it’s apparent why from his highlight video:

Warren had an exception freshman season, but a number of minor injuries teamed up with some philosophical disagreements with defensive coordinator Scott Shafer teamed up to undermine his sophomore campaign. Still, he is expected to be healthy and happy once more in Ann Arbor, and should have a successful junior year.

Stephen Schilling was a highly-regarded offensive lineman coming of of Bellevue, Washington, but needed a year to redshirt before he was able to contribute. As a redshirt freshman, he started every game, mostly at right tackle. He also played right tackle on last year’s line, but improved depth at the position has allowed him to move to guard, his more natural position. Schilling is expected one of the most important pieces on what looks to be a strong Michigan o-line in 2009.

Donovan Warren v. Stephen Schilling

  • 2 Donovan Warren (80%, 485 Votes)
  • 3 Stephen Schilling (20%, 119 Votes)

Total Voters: 604

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For the second round each poll will only be open for 3 days, so make sure you vote early in order to be counted. For the updated bracket, click here.

Other open poll:
Minor v. Van Bergen.

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The Great Heisman Campaign: Warren v. Stokes

Donovan Warren is a junior corner coming off a down year. After being named a Freshman All-American, Warren struggled a bit as a sophomore. That said, he is still a major physical talent, and if he can remain healthy for the entire year, he stands to be one of Michigan’s most important players.

Je’Ron Stokes is an incoming freshman, and a 4-star recruit to both of the major recruiting sites. He will play wide receiver and slot, and perhaps even have the opportunity to return kicks and punts. He is an electrifying playmaker who will benefit from the Rodriguez offense’s ability to get playmakers in space.

Donovan Warren v. Je'Ron Stokes

  • 2 Donovan Warren (85%, 646 Votes)
  • 7 Je'Ron Stokes (15%, 113 Votes)

Total Voters: 759

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The poll will remain open for 7 days, closing at 5PM next Saturday. Have your heart set on a particular candidate? Try to sway others in the comments. The full bracket is visible here.

Other Open Polls:
Minor v. Sheridan.
Gibbons v. Van Bergen.

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