By KRISTIE RIEKEN
AP Sports Writer
HOUSTON (AP) - Johnny Manziel isn't sure if he'll declare for the NFL draft next month.
But if he does he's thought a lot about his legacy and wants to be remembered as one of the best to have ever played and someone who made a major impact for Texas A&M.
He's made a pretty compelling argument for both. He's a finalist for the Heisman Trophy again, with a chance to join Archie Griffin as the second player to win the award twice.
Johnny Football is one of six players who will attend the presentation ceremony Saturday night in New York. Manziel isn't expected to take home another Heisman after Florida State's Jameis Winston burst onto the scene with a spectacular freshman season much the way Manziel did last year.
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