If you don't know who Justin Herbert is, now's the time to join the Herbert hype train. 


As the starting quarterback for the Oregon Ducks, Herbert is one of the most underrated players in college football and deserves to be fully appreciated for his talent. ​

As the under-ranked Ducks prepare to face the undefeated Stanford Cardinals this weekend, Herbert is ready to let the world know his name. 


The first true freshman to start as QB in 33 years for the Ducks is averaging 280 yards passing with 12 touchdowns. The now-junior is showing off incredible passing attributes that could make him a top NFL draft target. Also, Oregon is averaging  a PAC-12 best 51.7 ppg this season. No big deal or anything. 

​​Through 20 games, Herbert has 4,759 yards and 46 touchdowns while leading the Ducks' offense under three different head coaches. 


How a player with the stats of a potential Heisman winner gets no media coverage is absolutely mind-blowing. 

​​If Ducks get a win over the Cardinal, there's no doubt that Herbert will rocket up the list of Heisman candidates. 


The Ducks and Cardinal face off at 8:00 EST on ABC this Saturday.