CHARLOTTE, NC - SEPTEMBER 01:  Will Grier #7 of the West Virginia Mountaineers watches on against the Tennessee Volunteers during their game at Bank of America Stadium on September 1, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Latest Heisman Rankings After Wild Week 2

After an exciting Week 1 that saw Tua Tagovailoa catapult and Bryce Love fall in the Heisman rankings, an action-packed Week 2 gave us more insight into who will take home the coveted trophy at season's end.

5. Kyler Murray

Kyler Murray dominated the UCLA Bruins and was able to show why he's a feared dual-threat quarterback. Murray led the team with 69 rushing yards and was on target, completing 19 of 33 passes for 306 total yards and three touchdowns.

4. Jonathan Taylor

Jonathan Taylor has simply been on fire. The sophomore followed up a solid Week 1 with an even better Week 2 performance. The running back finished with a career-high 253 total yards and scored three touchdowns in a blowout victory over New Mexico. 

3. Ed Oliver

Ed Oliver shut down the Wildcats throughout Houston's dominant victory over Arizona, recording three solo tackles and five tackles overall. For the season, he already has a staggering 18 total tackles and eight solo tackles, solidifying his status as arguably the best defensive tackle in the nation.

2. Tua Tagovailoa

Tua Tagovailoa made sure the Crimson Tide getting upset by Arkansas State would never even be on the table. In the first quarter, he threw three touchdown passes, and the Tide led 40-0 by halftime. He totaled 228 yards and no interceptions in a strong performance for his case as Heisman winner.

1. Will Grier

Unless WIll Grier had an uncharacteristically horrible performance in Week 2, he wasn't moving from No. 1 in the rankings. Grier threw for 332 yards, including four touchdown passes that buried Youngstown State. For the season, Grier has completed over 76 percent of his passes for 761 total yards and nine touchdowns.