It may sound strange but whoever takes over the job for Braxton may have a very good shot at the Heisman their first year. Manziel and Winston both benefited greatly from being unknown to the general public but having very talented offensive skill players already in place when they took the reins. We will lose only Spencer and D. Smith from our wide receiver group. Those two have started and contributed but both have left something to be desired, particularly at the end of the season. However, the future does appear bright for the rest of the receivers. Experienced, talented receivers make a good quarterback look great. Imagine a Buckeye quarterback throwing the ball up for a Mike Evans type receiver who goes and gets it over defenders like how Manziel was privileged to have benefitted. Elliot will be back and likely will only be improving as a second year starter. More of Meyer's skill positions will be getting great yards after the catch which inflates the passing stats. The line will have to plug a hole or two but should be less of a question mark than this year. In summary, I believe that the next quarterback, if competent, may appear flashier than they are, and not be burdened by expectations which hinder a Heisman campaign.