Manziel one of CFB's most valuable players

December, 4, 2012
ESPN's Todd McShay ranked the top 10 most valuable players in college football for the 2012 season. Near the top of that list: Texas A&M redshirt freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel.

Here's a glimpse of what McShay had to say about Manziel.
Manziel's production this season has been ridiculous. He's 17th in the nation in passing efficiency, with a 24-to-8 TD-to-INT ratio, and has rushed for 1,181 yards (6.4 per-carry average) and 19 scores. His ability to create yards on his own really enhances his value.

See what else McShay had to say, where Manziel ranked on the list and who else was on the list here: Read the full story (Insider)

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Texas A&M/SEC reporter



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