Heisman Odds-It is never too early to discuss the possible Heisman Trophy winners for any season. Looking at the 2021 year we highlight a few of the top odds on to win the coveted trophy. Stay tuned for more college football previews.
Heisman OddsThe Oklahoma Sooners was led in 2020 by one of the top freshman in the country at quarterback in Spencer Rattler.  He tossed for 25 touchdowns and 2,784 yards  and led they Sooners to a top Ten position in the polls. He leads the polls at 3 to 1 odds.

D.J. Uiagalelei has 5 to 1 odds. In 2020, he filled in for Trevor Lawrence at Clemson when he was out with COVID-19 and almost upset Notre Dame and was impressive. In two starts, he tossed for almost 8oo yards  and six touchdowns and proved to be very accurate as a quarterback.

USC transfer J.T. Daniels looked really good at Georgia in the final four games of 2020 and is 6 to 1 odds to take away the Heisman. He has great metrics and looks to take his Dawgs to the CFP .

Sam Howell of North Carolina originally was going to Florida State but flipped and the best for the Tar Heels. When the defeated Wake Forest lat year 59-53, freshman Howell had thrown for 550 yards and six touchdowns with a just ovr 71% completion rate. Maybe the sleeper of the group at 7 to 1 odds.

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Bryce Young got limited opportunities at Alabama  behind Mac Jones. But he was a high profile recruit that will b able to handle the successful program in the SEC. He comes in a a dual threat QB and at 10-1 you may want to grab quickly.

At 30 to 1 odds, Bijan Robinson is the top Heisman candidate that is not a quarterback, The Texas Longhorns running back is a sophomore. In 2020 he made six starts and was honorable mention as Big 2 Freshman of the and was named Newcomer of the Year twice in the Big 12 conference. He also set a Longhorns record for yards per carry in a game at 19.2 facing Kansas State

Heisman Odds 2021

Spencer Rattler (Oklahoma) +300 3/1
D.J. Uiagalelei (Clemson) +500 5/1
JT Daniels (Georgia) +600 6/1
Sam Howell (North Carolina) +700 7/1
Bryce Young (Alabama) +1000 10/1
Kedon Slovis (USC) +1000 10/1
D’Eriq King (Miami-Fl.) +1200 12/1
Matt Coral (Mississippi) +2000 20/1
Jayden Daniels (Arizona State) +2500 25/1
Isaiah Spiller (Texas A&M) +2500 25/1
Master Teague (Ohio State) +2800 28/1
Bijan Robinson (Texas) +3000 30/1
Brian Robinson (Texas) +3000 30/1
Jack Miller III (Ohio State) +4000 40/1
Emory Jones (Florida) +4000 40/1
C.J. Stroud (Ohio State) +4000 40/1
Jase McClellan (Alabama) +5000 50/1
Malik Cunningham (Louisville) +5000 50/1
Casey Thompson (Texas) +5000 50/1
John Metchie (Alabama) +5000 50/1
Michael Penix Jr. (Indiana) +5000 50/1
Graham Mertz (Wisconsin) +5000 50/1
Breece Hall (Iowa State) +6600 66/1
Dillion Gabriel (Central Florida) +6600 66/1
Max Johnson (LSU) +6600 66/1
Spencer Sanders (Oklahoma State) +6600 66/1
Hendon Hooker (Virginia Tech) +6600 66/1
Marcus Major (Oklahoma) +6600 66/1
Tank Bigsby (Auburn) +6600 66/1
Brock Purdy (Iowa State) +6600 66/1
Mohamed Ibrahim (Minnesota) +6600 66/1
George Pickens (Georgia) +6600 66/1
Myles Brennan (LSU) +6600 66/1
Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA) +8000 80/1
British Brooks (North Carolina) +10000 100/1
Sean Clifford (Penn State) +10000 100/1
Desmond Ridder (Cincinnati) +10000 100/1
Tyler Shough (Oregon) +10000 100/1
Joe Milton (Michigan) +10000 100/1
Zamir White (Georgia) +10000 100/1
Bo Nix (Auburn) +10000 100/1
Max Duggan (TCU) +15000 150/1
Taulia Tagovailoa (Maryland) +15000 150/1
Jarrett Doege (West Virginia) +15000 150/1

 

About the author– Tom Knuppel has been writing about baseball and sports for a few decades. As an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan he began with the blog CardinalsGM. Tom is a member of the United Cardinals Bloggers and the Baseball Bloggers Alliance. He also maintains the History of Cardinals website. More recently he has been busy at KnupSolutions and the primary writer of many sports at KnupSports and adds content at Sports 2.0. Tom is a retired High School English and Speech teacher and has completed over one hundred sportsbook reviews. He also can be followed on Twitter at tknup.

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