College football players are seeing the field earlier and earlier, and true freshmen are becoming impact players for teams al over the NCAA landscape.
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We saw that last year when Jonathan Taylor, a true freshman running back for Wisconsin, won the starting job to begin the season and ran for 1,977 yards on 299 carries (6.6 yards per carry) scoring 13 touchdowns and finishing 7th in Heisman Trophy voting.
He wasn't the only true freshman running back to impress early, as Ohio State's J.K. Dobbins, Boston College's A.J. Dillon and others had impressive first seasons.
Could we see another true freshman running back in the Heisman Trophy voting this season?
Here's a look at the top five running backs in the class of 2019, per 247Sports Rankings.