Even before Saturday’s game against Alabama, Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral was considered a top contender for the Heisman. If he pulls off the upset against the Tide, he will be the Heisman frontrunner.

But according to some, he is already the frontrunner. ESPN college football analyst David Pollack named Corral the frontrunner on the Keyshawn, JWill & Max Show.

“I think Matt Corral is probably the Heisman front-runner,” Pollack said. “He’s putting up video game numbers and you watch him against Alabama, he’s going to do the same things. He’s a dual-threat guy. He’s basically a running back that can throw the football as well as anyone in the country. He’s that kind of athlete. But whoever wins — Ole Miss, Matt Corral versus Bryce Young and Alabama is clearly going to be the front-runner, but I think this could change a lot.”

As of now, Alabama quarterback Bryce Young and Corral are considered the favorites to win the Heisman. Young has 15 touchdowns and 1 interception so far this season. Meanwhile, Corral has 990 yards, 9 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions.