On Satuday night, a new member will be inducted into college football's most exclusive and most prestigious fraternity -- the brotherhood of Heisman Trophy winners.



The Heisman Memorial Trophy is presented each year to the most outstanding individual player in college football. The 80th Heisman Trophy Winner will be crowned tonight (7 p.m. Eastern on ESPN) and will find themselves in pretty good company. Former Heisman Winners include NFL stars (Roger Staubach, Earl Campbell, Cam Newton), award namesakes (Davey O'Brien, Doak Walker) and, of course, college football icons (Bo Jackson, Herschel Walker, Doug Flutie).

So, before No. 80 goes down in history, here are five things to know on each of the three finalists:

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Christian McCaffrey, Sophomore, Running Back, Stanford

-McCaffrey's father is Ed McCaffrey who was an All-American wide receiver at Stanford and won three Super Bowls during a 13-year career in the NFL.

-McCaffrey broke the NCAA record for all-purpose yards in a season in 2015, a record which was previously held by 1988 Heisman Trophy Winner Barry Sanders.

-At an even 6 feet and 201 lbs., McCaffrey is the smallest of this year's Heisman Trophy Finalists.

-If McCaffrey wins, he will become the second Heisman Trophy Winner in Stanford history. Jim Plunkett won in 1970.

-One of McCaffrey's eight 2015 touchdowns came from a 98-yard kickoff return.

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Deshaun Watson, Sophomore, Quarterback, Clemson

-Hailing from Gainesville, Georgia, Watson could become the fifth Heisman Trophy Winner from the state.

-Watson was named the No. 1 quarterback of the 2014 class by ESPN.

-Watson could become the sixth straight quarterback to win the Heisman Trophy.

-In his freshman season, Watson broke his collar bone and tore his ACL, and he recovered quickly to unleash a Heisman-caliber season the year after.

-If Watson wins, he would become the first Heisman Trophy winner from Clemson.

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Derrick Henry, Junior, Running Back, Alabama

-In the SEC Championship, Henry broke Herschel Walker's SEC record for rushing yards in a season.

-Henry's lowest rushing total this season was 95 yards against Arkansas.

-The last running back to win the Heisman (Mark Ingram) also played for Alabama.

-If Henry wins, he will become the 14th Heisman Trophy winner from the Southeastern Conference.

-Henry is on pace to break the SEC record of 23 rushing touchdowns in a season. He tied the record --shared with Tim Tebow and Tre Mason-- in the SEC Championship game.