2022 Heisman Odds Tracker: Bryce Young Favorite to Repeat; C.J. Stroud, JT Daniels, Dillon Gabriel Next

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James Gilbert/Getty Images. Pictured: Bryce Young #9 of the Alabama Crimson Tide.

2022 Heisman Odds

Odds via FanDuel, updated Monday, Jan. 10. Learn more about reading American odds, or compare Heisman odds at every legal sportsbook.

Player Pos/Team Odds
Bryce Young QB, Alabama +250
CJ Stroud QB, Ohio State +350
JT Daniels QB, Georgia +2000
Dillon Gabriel QB, Oklahoma +2000
Tyler Van Dyke QB, Miami +2000
Caleb Williams QB, TBD +2500
DJ Uiagalelei QB, Clemson +2500
Kedon Slovis QB, Pitt +3000
Will Rogers QB, Miss. State +4000
Sam Hartman QB, Wake Forest +4000
Spencer Rattler QB, South Carolina +4000
Bijan Robinson RB, Texas +4000
Quinn Ewers QB, Texas +4000
Anthony Richardson QB, Florida +4000
Will Anderson LB, Alabama +4000
Bo Nix QB, Oregon +5000
Phil Jurkovec QB, Boston College +5000
Tanner McKee QB, Stanford +5000
Brennan Armstrong QB, Virginia +5000
Max Johnson QB, Texas A&M +5000
Hendon Hooker QB, Tennessee +6000
Jayden Daniels QB, Arizona State +6000
TreVeyon Henderson RB, Ohio State +6000
Sean Clifford QB, Penn State +6000
Malik Cunningham QB, Louisville +6000
Travis Dye RB, Oregon +8000
Jahmyr Gibbs RB, Alabama +8000
KJ Jefferson QB, Arkansas +8000
Myles Brennan QB, LSU +8000
Casey Thompson QB, Nebraska +8000
Jaxon Smith-Njigba WR, Ohio State +8000
Tank Bigsby RB, Auburn +10000
Kendall Milton RB, Georgia +10000
Aidan O’Connell QB, Purdue +10000
Michael Penix Jr. QB, Washington +10000
Jordan Addison WR, Pitt +10000
Grayson McCall QB, Coastal Carolina +10000
Jase McClellan RB, Alabama +10000
Deuce Vaughn RB, Kansas State +10000
Blake Corum RB, Michigan +10000
Jake Haener QB, Fresno State +10000
Donovan Edwards RB, Michigan +12000
Cameron Ward QB, Wash. State +12000
Brock Bowers TE,Georgia +12000
Zach Evans RB, Ole Miss +12000
Luke Altmyer QB, Ole Miss +12000
Mohamed Ibrahim RB, Minnesota +12000
Michael Mayer TE, Notre Dame +12000
Haynes King QB, Texas A&M +12000
Adrian Martinez QB, Kansas State +12000
Will Shipley RB, Clemson +17000
Lyn-J Dixon RB, WVU +17000
Payton Thorne QB, Mich. State +17000
Kayshon Boutte WR, LSU +17000
Marvin Mims WR, Oklahoma +17000
Zach Gibson QB, Akron +17000
Parker Washington WR, Penn State +23000
Jalen Berger RB, Mich. State +23000
Frank Ladson WR, Clemson +23000
Jermaine Burton WR, Georgia +23000
Seth Henigan QB, Memphis +23000
Xavier Worthy WR, Texas +23000
Mycah Pittman WR, FSU +23000
Jacorey Brooks WR, Alabama +23000
Zach Calzada QB, Auburn +23000
Josh Downs WR, UNC +23000
Sean Tucker RB, Syracuse +23000
Connor Weigman QB, Texas A&M +23000
Julian Fleming WR, Ohio State +23000
Tiyon Evans RB, Tennessee +23000
Rakim Jarrett WR, Maryland +45000

It’s never too early to look toward next year — especially if you’re not an Alabama or Georgia fan.

A smattering of known quarterbacks are the favorites for the 2022 Heisman Trophy, including Alabama’s Bryce Young, who took home the trophy this past season.

Young, a rising junior, has one more year of eligibility.

For reference, at this time exactly one year ago, Young was the second-favorite, +400 favorite to win the 2021 Heisman Trophy. He was behind Spencer Rattler, who has since transferred from Oklahoma to South Carolina.

Rattler, the preseason favorite this past season, is tied for the ninth-best odds at +4000.

The 21-year-old, soon-to-be redshirt junior has disappointed over his first three season despite lofty expectations.

His replacement at Oklahoma, Caleb Williams, is transferring. It’s unclear as of Monday, Jan. 10, where he’s headed, but Williams is on this list as tied for the sixth-best favorite. USC seems likely, as Lincoln Riley took the job there and USC’s promising young QB Jaxson Dart just entered the portal.

C.J. Stroud is the second-favorite at +350 after he was a fellow Heisman finalist this season. Stroud received the fourth-most votes behind Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson and Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett.

Miami QB Tyler Van Dyke, Georgia QB JT Daniels and Oklahoma’s recent transfer at QB Dillon Gabriel round out the top-five favorites at +2000.

Daniels had been the sixth favorite at this time last year but got injured midway through the season and was benched in favor of redshirt senior Stetson Bennett.

Gabriel was at UCF last season when he was the +5000, tied-for-16th-best odds during the preseason. He suffered a season-ending injury in September before announcing that he would transfer to Oklahoma.

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Heisman Betting FAQ

Who Can Win the Heisman?

There are plenty of players on this odds board who can’t win the Heisman, or are very unlikely to relative to their odds.

The Heisman Trophy winner:

  • Is almost always a quarterback
  • Wins 10+ games
  • Puts up strong raw stats. Efficiency is less important, and touchdowns matter
  • Plays in a Power 5 conference

How Does Heisman Voting Work?

870 voters across six regions get three total spots on their ballot, with players getting 3, 2 or 1 point for each vote.

The voters are comprised of primarily sports writers, with past Heisman winners also getting votes.

The regions do matter, because voters are more fixated in the southeast, northeast and midwest. The west coast voters cover a large percentage of the country, but don’t make up a large percentage of the vote. So there can be a bit of an east coast/southeast bias in Heisman Trophy betting and voting.

Past Heisman Winners & Odds

Odds via SportsOddsHistory

Player Player Team Preseason Odds
2020 Bryce Young Alabama 8/1
2020 Devonta Smith Alabama 50/1
2019 Joe Burrow LSU 100/1
2018 Kyler Murray Oklahoma 30/1
2017 Baker Mayfield Oklahoma 10/1
2016 Lamar Jackson Louisville 100/1
2015 Derrick Henry Alabama 25/1
2014 Marcus Mariota Oregon 5/1
2013 Jameis Winston Florida State 40/1
2012 Johnny Manziel Texas A&M 12/1
2011 Robert Griffin III Baylor 28/1
2010 Cam Newton Auburn 20/1
2009 Mark Ingram Alabama 33/1


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