Lamar Jackson tends to steer clear of the mall these days.
Never much for being the center of attention, at least off the field, Louisville’s star quarterback and Heisman Trophy front-runner says he has been laying even lower than usual because when he does go out he often draws crowds.
“When I’m not at the stadium, I’m in my room,” Jackson said.
Jackson has become one of college football’s most recognizable players the first two months of the season. He enters November as a prohibitive favorite to become Louisville’s first Heisman winner.
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