2019 Heisman Odds

There will be a new Heisman Trophy winner in 2019 after Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray won the award and was drafted with the top pick by the Arizona Cardinals.

Murray became the fourth Sooner to capture the honor since 2003 and the eighth quarterback to raise the trophy in the last nine seasons.

The runner-up to Murray was the quarterback that defeated him in the college football playoff as Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa is one of the co-favorites to win the award in 2019.

Tagovailoa is listed at 11/4 odds (Bet $100 to win $275) at the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas along with Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence, who led the Tigers to the National Championship last season.

The replacement for Murray in Norman this season is Jalen Hurts, who split time with Tagovailoa at quarterback for Alabama last season. Hurts enters his first season with the Sooners at 10/1 odds, along with Ohio State's Justin Fields, who replaces Dwayne Haskins after a successful career with the Buckeyes.

Several other big name quarterbacks are in the mix for the award as Texas' Sam Ehlinger, Georgia's Jake Fromm, Oregon's Justin Herbert, and Michigan's Shea Patterson are all listed at 20/1 odds. Ehlinger threw for 3,292 yards and 25 touchdowns, while Herbert amassed over 3,000 yards for the first time in his career in 2018.

Heisman Trophy Odds - According to Westgate Superbook
Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama) 11/4
Trevor Lawrence (Clemson) 11/4
Jalen Hurts (Oklahoma) 10/1
Justin Fields (Ohio State) 10/1
Adrian Martinez (Nebraska) 10/1
Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin) 18/1
Sam Ehlinger (Texas) 20/1
Jake Fromm (Georgia) 20/1
Justin Herbert (Oregon) 20/1
Shea Patterson (Michigan) 20/1
Joe Burrow (LSU) 40/1
AJ Dillon (Boston College) 40/1
Travis Etienne (Clemson) 40/1
Jerry Jeudy (Alabama) 50/1
D'Eriq King (Houston) 60/1
Jacob Eason (Washington) 60/1
D'Andre Swift (Georgia) 60/1
JT Daniels (USC) 60/1
J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State) 60/1
Kellen Mond (Texas A&M) 60/1
Alan Bowman (Texas Tech) 80/1
Rondale Moore (Purdue) 80/1
Ian Book (Notre Dame) 80/1
Tylan Wallace (Oklahoma State) 80/1
Najee Harris (Alabama) 80/1
Charlie Brewer (Baylor) 100/1
Justyn Ross (Clemson) 100/1
K.J. Costello (Stanford) 100/1
Bo Nix (Auburn) 100/1
Gage Gubrud (Washington State) 100/1
Khalil Tate (Arizona) 100/1
Feleipe Franks (Florida) 100/1
Tee Higgnis (Clemson) 200/1
David Summers (Syracuse) 200/1
Austin Kendall (West Virginia) 200/1
Jake Bentley (South Carolina) 200/1
Jaylen Waddle (Alabama) 200/1
Sean Clifford (Penn State) 200/1
Keytaon Thompson (Mississippi State) 300/1
Tate Martell (Miami, FL) 300/1

Odds subject to change - Updated 7.8.19