USC quarterback Caleb Williams is the victor of the 2022 Heisman Prize, demolishing Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud,

Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett and TCU quarterback Max Duggan for the honor.

Williams is the seventh player from USC to win the Heisman Prize, joining Mike Garrett (1965), O.J. Simpson (1968),

Charles White (1979), Marcus Allen (1981), Carson Palmer (2002), Matt Leinart (2004) and Reggie Bramble (2005).

Williams, who followed lead trainer Lincoln Riley to USC from Oklahoma for the 2022 mission,

had been the number one to win the Heisman throughout the previous a little while.

He is the 6th quarterback starting around 2016 to bring back home the honor,

joining Lamar Jackson, Pastry specialist Mayfield, Kyler Murray, Joe Tunnel and Bryce Youthful.

The 20-year-old drove the Trojans to a 11-2 record this season. They completed first in the Pac-12 preceding tumbling to Utah in

the meeting title game and passing up an opportunity at the School Football Season finisher. USC will rather play in the Cotton Bowl against Tulane.

Williams has finished 66.1 percent of his passes for 4,075 yards and 37 scores against four block attempts in 13 games,

as well as scrambling for 372 yards and 10 scores. He'll have the chance to add to those numbers in the Cotton Bowl.