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2021 Heisman Trophy Odds

 
June 11, 2021
by VI News
VegasInsider.com

2021 Heisman Trophy Odds

Odds to win 2021 Heisman Trophy (12/11/21)
Player American Fractional
Spencer Rattler (Oklahoma) +450 9/2
Bryce Young (Alabama) +650 13/2
D.J. Uiagalelei (Clemson) +700 7/1
JT Daniels (Georgia) +1000 10/1
Sam Howell (North Carolina) +1000 10/1
D'Eriq King (Miami-Florida) +1600 16/1
Bijan Robinson (Texas) +2000 20/1
Kedon Slovis (USC) +2000 20/1
C.J. Stroud (Ohio State) +2000 20/1
Jayden Daniels (Arizona State) +2500 25/1
McKenzie Milton (FSU) +2500 25/1
Matt Corral (Ole Miss) +3300 33/1
Brian Robinson, Jr. (Alabama) +4000 40/1
Breece Hall (Iowa State) +4000 40/1
Sean Clifford (Penn State) +4000 40/1
Spencer Sanders (Oklahoma State) +4000 40/1
Emory Jones (Florida) +5000 50/1
Brock Purdy (Iowa State) +5000 50/1
Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA) +5000 50/1
Casey Thompson (Texas) +5000 50/1
Derek Stingley, Jr. (LSU) +5000 50/1
Malik Cunningham (Louisville) +5000 50/1
Max Johnson (LSU) +5000 50/1
John Metchie (Alabama) +6600 66/1
Tyler Shough (Texas Tech) +6600 66/1
Michael Penix, Jr. (Indiana) +6600 66/1
Dillon Gabriel (UCF) +6600 66/1
Jase McClellan (Alabama) +6600 66/1
Justyn Ross (Clemson) +6600 66/1
British Brooks (North Carolina) +6600 66/1
Master Teague III (Ohio State) +6600 66/1
Max Borgh (Washington State) +6600 66/1
Cartavious Bigsby (Auburn) +6600 66/1
Isaiah Spiller (Texas A&M) +6600 66/1
Kyren Williams (Notre Dame) +8000 80/1
Graham Mertz (Wisconsin) +8000 80/1
Mohamed Ibrahim (Minnesota) +8000 80/1
Desmond Ridder (Cincinnati) +8000 80/1
Bo Nix (Auburn) +8000 80/1
Anthony Brown (Oregon) +8000 80/1
Hendon Hooker (Virginia Tech) +8000 80/1
Joe Milton (Tennessee) +8000 80/1
Leddie Brown (West Virginia) +8000 80/1
Max Duggan (TCU) +8000 80/1
Grayson McCall (Coastal Carolina) +10000 100/1
Zay Flowers (Boston College) +10000 100/1
Adrian Martinez (Nebraska) +10000 100/1
Charlie Brewer (Utah) +10000 100/1
Garrett Wilson (Ohio State) +10000 100/1
Braxton Burmeister (Virginia Tech) +10000 100/1
Dylan Morris (Washington) +10000 100/1
George Pickens (Georgia) +10000 100/1
Jarret Doege (West Virginia) +10000 100/1
Kenny Pickett (Pittsburgh) +10000 100/1
Peyton Ramsey (Northwestern) +10000 100/1
Sam Huard (Washington) +10000 100/1
Taulia Tagovailoa (Maryland) +10000 100/1
Tyrion Davis-Price (LSU) +10000 100/1
Zamir White (Georgia) +10000 100/1
Carson Strong (Nevada) +15000 150/1
Jordan Addison (Pittsburgh) +15000 150/1
Malik Willis (Liberty) +15000 150/1

Odds Provided by bet365 - Subject to Change

How to Read the Heisman Trophy Odds

Quarterback Spencer Rattler of Oklahoma has been tabbed the early Heisman Trophy betting favorite at 9/2 odds (Bet $100 to win $450) per bet365.

That's always been a common trend with this award, but 2020 saw things play out differently. Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith surged late in the season and won the award, with some bettors cashing tickets as high as 50/1 odds.

Along with Rattler, this year's 2021 Heisman Trophy Odds contenders include the below players and they're all quarterbacks.

  • Bryce Young (Alabama) +650
  • D.J. Uiagalelei (Clemson) +700
  • JT Daniels (Georgia) +1000
  • Sam Howell (North Carolina) +1000

The 2021 Heisman Trophy finalists will be announced on Dec. 6, 2021, and the ceremony is expected to take place on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021.

2022 College Football Playoff Odds Comparison

Odds To Win 2022 College Football Playoff (1/10/22)
Contenders
Spencer Rattler (Oklahoma) +550 +550 +300 +650
D.J. Uiagalelei (Clemson) +600 +600 +500 +900
JT Daniels (Georgia) +2500 +2500 +600 +800
Sam Howell (North Carolina) +1700 +1700 +700 +1400
Bryce Young (Alabama) +800 +800 +700 +1000

Heisman Trophy History

The Heisman Trophy winner has been a quarterback in eight of the last 10 seasons with the two outliers coming from Alabama.

WR DeVonta Smith brought home the hardware for the Crimson Tide in the shortened 2020 season while running back Derrick Henry took the honors for 'Bama in 2015.

  • 2020 - DeVonta Smith, Alabama WR
  • 2019 - Joe Burrow, LSU QB
  • 2018 - Kyler Murray, Oklahoma QB
  • 2017 - Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma QB
  • 2016 - Lamar Jackson, Louisville QB
  • 2015 - Derrick Henry, Alabama RB
  • 2014 - Marcus Mariota, Oregon QB
  • 2013 - Jameis Winston, Florida State QB
  • 2012 - Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M QB
  • 2011 - Robert Griffin III, Baylor QB

  
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