Alabama's Mark Ingram carried the trophy after he helped the Tide beat Texas in the BCS championship game, the fourth consecutive national title for the SEC. Ingram also became Alabama's first Heisman Trophy. Mike Huguenin takes another look at another memorable season in the SEC.[details]
Crompton is a big, good-looking quarterback prospect who possesses a strong arm and can really spin the ball downfield. He also showcases good accuracy on all areas of the field when he can get the ball out on time. But he struggles with his accuracy when he's uncomfortable in the pocket and forced to improvise. He displays good balance and footwork in his drop and does a nice job getting his feet around and striding into throws. He looks natural working off play fakes and does a nice job making his high/low reads and being decisive with the ball. He's improved dramatically as a decision maker and has come a long way under head coach Lane Kiffin after struggling at the start of his career. He has showcased the ability to take the heat for a struggling offense and battle through adversity. Crompton has proven he can rebound and play well. He's had only a limited amount of success but has shown enough improvement over the year to warrant a spot on an NFL roster. With some good NFL coaching, he has quite a bit of upside at the next level. He's one of the more intriguing quarterback prospects in the 2010 draft.