NEW YORK — Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray joined Heisman Trophy finalists Tua Tagovailoa and Dwayne Haskins in a Friday afternoon news conference at the New York Stock Exchange. On Saturday night, one will be named the 84th Heisman Trophy winner during an ESPN broadcast that starts at 7 p.m. “Just being around those guys and building those relationships is a great deal,” Murray said during a 30-minute breakout session. “I’m honored to be here.” Murray said last year’s Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield told him what to expect in New York City, but all the talk wasn’t around the award. Murray joked he asked Mayfield if he should play him as his quarterback this week for his fantasy football team. Murray’s been impressed with his competition for the award. “This season offensively has been historically something that offenses have never done before,” Murray said. Does he have a speech ready? Just in case? “Yeah, I’ll get up and thank a lot of people,” he said with a smile.