- JT Daniels has +550 odds to win the Heisman Trophy in the upcoming college football season.
- Daniels is followed by Spencer Rattler, QB at Oklahoma, who has +650 odds.
- Bryce Young, who has never taken a starting snap at Alabama, has +1000 odds.
LAS VEGAS - Being on a good team can be very helpful in terms of winning the Heisman, as you’re in a position to succeed. In fact, the last two Heisman Trophy winners, Joe Burrow and DeVonta Smith, have been on the team that won the College Football Playoff National Championship.
The current Heisman Trophy odds certainly pay respect to the elite teams, but they also pay respect to the elite talent that could be helming them.
Three of the favorites: JT Daniels, Spencer Rattler and Bryce Young are present but it it JT Daniels that has taken over the top spot.
2021-2022 Heisman Trophy Winner Odds
- JT Daniels - Georgia +550
- Spencer Rattler - Oklahoma +650
- Bryce Young - Alabama +1000
- CJ Stroud - Ohio State +1000
- D.J. Uiagalelei - Clemson +1000
- Sam Howell - UNC +1400
- Kedon Slovis - USC +1600
- Matt Corral - Ole Miss +1600
- D'Eriq King - Miami +1800
- Bijan Robinson - Texas +2000
- Breece Hall - Iowa State +2500
- Emory Jones - Florida +2500
JT Daniels - Georgia QB, +550
JT Daniels is the current leader in terms of Heisman Trophy betting odds, with +550 odds to take home the coveted award. Daniels is the presumptive QB1 on the Georgia Bulldogs, and he’s moved up the odds boards as the season approaches.
Early odds had him sitting in the middle of the pack, with odds ranging from +750 to +1250 depending on which online sportsbook one was using.
Spencer Rattler - Oklahoma QB, +650
Rattler has been near the top of the odds boards for the Heisman ever since they were put on the sportsbooks. The presumptive QB1 for the Oklahoma Sooners, Rattler will look to continue a legacy of dominance for the Sooners at the Heisman level.
Both Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray won the Heisman Trophy, while Jalen Hurts was a runner-up in 2019.
Being the starting quarterback for Oklahoma has been enough to get you into the Heisman conversation year in and year out, and Rattler seems poised to benefit from Lincoln Riley’s elite offensive system.
Bryce Young, Alabama QB, +1000
Bryce Young has never started a game for the Alabama Crimson Tide, but it doesn’t seem to have a dampening effect on his odds. Young was a 5* recruit, and a dominant high school player who seems like the obvious selection as Alabama’s starting QB in the upcoming season.
Inexperience could hold him back, but playing on what will no doubt be an absolutely stacked Alabama Crimson Tide offense could help him compensate.
The 2021 Heisman Trophy Race looks to be a very entertaining one, and online gambling fans can wager on these odds at their favorite online sportsbooks.