Betting Insights for Heisman Trophy Odds

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Colton Pool @CPoolReporter May 23, 2022, 7:53 PM

Only one player has won a Heisman Trophy twice in the history of the award. But another has a very good chance of accomplishing that same feat.

Alabama quarterback Bryce Young has the second-best Heisman Trophy odds at +350. Young won the award last season.

Though some have been close, only Ohio State’s Archie Griffin has ever earned the accolade twice.

Young has the talent and supporting cast to do so this upcoming year. Nonetheless, others will also have strong cases.

Heisman Trophy Odds Leaders

Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud has the best college football odds to win the Heisman Trophy at +200. While Young is second, USC quarterback Caleb Williams is third at +800.

Stroud, a 6-foot-3 sophomore, was the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year last year and was a Heisman Trophy finalist. He threw for 4,435 yards, 44 touchdowns and six interceptions on 317-for-441 passing. He helped the Buckeyes lead the nation in total offense (561.2 yards per game) and scoring offense (45.7 points per game).

Young, a 6-foot junior, broke Alabama’s single-season records with 4,872 passing yards and 47 touchdowns with seven picks while completing 67% of his passes on his way to becoming the SEC Offensive Player of the Year in 2021. Alabama has the best college football championship odds at +200.

Williams, a 6-1 sophomore who followed head coach Lincoln Riley from Oklahoma, made a quick impact as a freshman last year. In seven starts and 11 games played, he threw for 1,912 yards and 21 touchdowns with four interceptions on a 65% completion rate.

Heisman Trophy Odds

PlayerOdds
CJ Stroud+200
Bryce Young+350
Caleb Williams+800
Bijan Robinson+1600
Quinn Ewers+2000
Treyvon Henderson+2000
DJ Uiagalelei+2000
Anthony Richardson+2000
JT Daniels+2500
Kedon Slovis+2500
Jaxson Dart+2500
Tyler Van Dyke+2500
Braelon Allen+3000
Will Anderson Jr.+3000
Sam Hartman+3000
Spencer Rattler+3000
Jahmyr Gibbs+3000
Dillon Gabriel+3000
Jaxson Smith-Njigba+3000
Bo Nix+5000
Hendon Hooker+5000
Max Johnson+5000
JJ McCarthy+5000
Cameron Ward+5000
Aiden O'Connell+5000
Tank Bigsby+5000
Travis Dye+5000
Will Shipley+6600
Will Levis+6600
Malik Cunningham+6600
Myles Brennan+6600
Jayden Daniels+6600
Cameron Rising+6600
Deuce Vaughn+8000
Sean Clifford+8000
Devin Leary+8000
Trey Sanders+8000
Grayson McCall+8000
Jase McClellan+8000
Kayshon Boutte+8000
Will Rogers+8000
Phil Jurkovec+8000
Casey Thompson+8000
Kennedy Brooks+8000
Mohammed Ibrahim+8000
Blake Corum+8000
Stetson Bennett+8000
Donovan Smith+10000
Sam Huard+10000
Kyle McCord+10000
Jack Miller+10000
Agiye Hall+10000
Michael Mayer+10000
Tyler Buchner+10000
Emory Jones+10000
Maddox Kopp+10000
Tanner McKee+10000
Zach Charbonnet+10000
Jake Haener+12500
KJ Jefferson+12500
Adrian Martinez+12500
Spencer Sanders+12500
Gerry Bohanon+12500
Michael Penix Jr.+15000
Arik Gilbert+15000
Tyler Shough+15000
JaCorey Brooks+15000
Julian Flemming+15000
Jadon Haselwood+15000
Zach Evans+15000
Marvin Harrison Jr.+15000
Drew Pyne+15000
Clayton Tune+15000
Chris Rodriguez Jr.+15000
Noah Sewell+20000
Beaux Collins+20000
Jordan Burch+20000
Bryan Breese+20000
Cade McNamara+20000
Jaren Hall+20000
Joey Porter Jr.+25000
Jake Rubley+25000

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Colton Pool

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Colton Pool is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM living in Bozeman, Montana, focusing on the NFL and NBA. Previously, he covered Montana State football at the Bozeman Daily Chronicle and worked at newspapers in his home state of North Dakota. He graduated from North Dakota State in 2015.

Colton Pool is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM living in Bozeman, Montana, focusing on the NFL and NBA. Previously, he covered Montana State football at the Bozeman Daily Chronicle and worked at newspapers in his home state of North Dakota. He graduated from North Dakota State in 2015.