2021 Heisman Odds Tracker: Oklahoma’s Spencer Rattler Emerges As New Favorite

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2021 Heisman Odds

Player Odds (1/6)
Spencer Rattler, QB, Oklahoma +300
Bryce Young, QB, Alabama +400
DJ Uiagalelei, QB, Clemson +650
Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina +800
D’Eriq King, QB, Miami +1200
JT Daniels, QB, Georgia +1800
Jayden Daniels, QB, Arizona State +750
Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M +2000
Kedon Slovis, QB, USC +2000
Jack Miller III, QB, Ohio State +2500
Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas +2500
Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State +3300
Jase McClellan, RB, Alabama +3300
Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M +3300
Tank Bigsby, RB, Auburn +4000
Master Teague, RB, Ohio State +4000
Max Borghi, RB, Washington State +5000
British Brooks, RB, North Carolina +5000
Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss +5000
Malik Cunningham, QB, Louisville +5000
Dillon Gabriel, QB, UCF +5000
Mohamed Ibrahim, RB, Minnesota +5000
Max Johnson, QB, LSU +5000
Emory Jones, QB, Florida +5000
Marcus Major, RB, Oklahoma +5000
Kendall Milton, RB, Georgia +5000
Bo Nix, QB, Auburn +5000
Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati +5000
Spencer Sanders, QB, Oklahoma State +5000
Tyler Shough, QB, Oregon +5000
Casey Thompson, QB, Texas +5000
Connor Bazelak, QB, Missouri +8000
Lyn-J Dixon, RB, Clemson +8000
John Metchie, WR, Alabama +8000

All odds listed above are via DraftKings.

For those new to sports betting, +200 odds mean a $100 bet would win $200 (in addition to the $100 risked).

Last updated January 6.

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January 6 update

Alabama’s DeVonta Smith has been crowned the 2020 Heisman Trophy winner. Onto 2021.

Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler tops 2021’s newest Heisman board, sitting at +300.

Alabama quarterback Bryce Young and Clemson quarterback DJ Uiagalelei are his closest competitors at +400 and +650, respectively.

The only other player with shorter than 10-1 odds is North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell, who finds himself at +800.

Other familiar faces find themselves at the top of the board as well, including Miami’s D’Eriq King (+1200), Georgia’s JT Daniels (+1800), Arizona State’s Jayden Daniels (+2000), Texas A&M’s Kellen Mond (+2000), and USC’s Kedon Slovis (+2000).

The highest non-quarterback is Texas running back Bijan Robinson, who can be found at +2500. A whole crew of running backs can be found behind him, such as Iowa State’s Breece Hall (+3300) — who finished sixth in the 2020 Heisman voting — Alabama’s Jase McClellan (+3300), Texas A&M’s Isaiah Spiller (+3300), Auburn’s Tank Bigsby (+4000), Ohio State’s Master Teague (+4000), Washington State’s Max Borghi (+5000), and North Carolina’s British Brooks (+5000).

Despite a wide receiver winning college football’s most coveted individual award last season, there’s only one wideout who has 80-1 odds or shorter to begin 2021: Smith’s Alabama teammate John Metchie.

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