How Stetson Bennett compares to the other Heisman Trophy finalist

On Monday night, Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett was named a finalist for the 2022 Heisman Trophy.

Bennett, a former walk-on, was not the most popular selection for the award.

Considered a “game manager” by college football fans, many thought there were better options for the game’s most prestigious award.

Bennett, who is looking to win his second national championship as a collegiate starter at the University of Georgia, now has a chance to add some hardware to his growing collection.

He will be joined in New York by USC quarterback Caleb Williams, TCU quarterback Max Duggan, and Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud.

Here’s how Bennett compares to the rest of the field:

Wins: 1. Stetson Bennett: 13 2. Max Duggan: 12 3. Caleb Williams: 11 4. CJ Stroud: 11

Odds to win: Odds, per BetMGM: Caleb Williams: -2500 (+600 offseason odds) Max Duggan: +2000 (Off the board in the offseason) Stetson Bennett: +3000 (+5000 offseason odds) CJ Stroud: +5000 (+200 offseason odds)

Passing yards: Caleb Williams: 4,075 Stetson Bennett: 3,425 CJ Stroud: 3,340 Max Duggan: 3,321

Passing touchdowns: 1. Caleb Williams: 37 1. CJ Stroud: 37 3. Max Duggan: 30 4. Stetson Bennett: 20

Completion percentage: Stetson Bennett: 68.1% CJ Stroud: 66.2% Caleb Williams: 66.1% Max Duggan: 64.9%

Interceptions thrown: 1. Caleb Williams: 4 1. Max Duggan: 4 3. CJ Stroud: 6 3. Stetson Bennett: 6

Passer Rating: CJ Stroud: 176.2 Caleb Williams: 167.9 Max Duggan: 165.5 Stetson Bennett: 154.6

Rushing yards: Max Duggan: 404 Caleb Williams: 372 Stetson Bennett: 184 CJ Stroud: 74

Rushing touchdowns: Caleb Williams: 10 Stetson Bennett: 7 Max Duggan: 6 CJ Stroud: 0

Conference championship wins: Stetson Bennett: 1 Everyone else: 0

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