Which players are rising and which players are falling on the odds to win the Heisman Trophy at the sportsbooks? The current top 25 players on the Heisman Trophy betting lines at Bodog are listed in the chart below; check back periodically this season for updates.
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2015 Heisman Trophy Odds
(August 25) The race for the 2015 Heisman Trophy is on, and TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin and Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott head into the college football season as the co-favorites at +500 on those trophy odds at the online sportsbooks.
And Elliott headlines a strong contingent of Ohio State players on the 2015 Heisman Trophy odds list, including quarterback J.T. Barrett third on the early betting lines at +900. Fellow Buckeyes quarterbacks Cardale Jones and Braxton Miller are then at +1400 and +3300.
Quarterbacks and running backs dominate the top of the odds to win the 2015 Heisman Trophy, with Auburn quarterback Jeremy Johnson, Georgia running back Nick Chubb, USC quarterback Cody Kessler, Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson, and LSU running back Leonard Fournette all among the season-opening contenders at +1200.
Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott will be looking to make an impression on the Heisman Trophy voters this season at +1800 odds, with fellow pivot Connor Cook of Michigan State at +2500 along with running backs Derrick Henry of Alabama and Samaje Perine of Oklahoma.
The Notre Dame quarterback for this season is Malik Zaire, and he’s at +3300 on the Heisman Trophy odds as he tries to lead the Fighting Irish to the College Football Playoff. And former Notre Dame pivot Everett Golson is in the Heisman conversation as well heading into the season; the new Florida State quarterback joins Zaire at +3300.
Running back Paul Perkins of UCLA (+3300), running back Royce Freeman of Oregon (+3300), quarterback Seth Russell of Baylor (+3300) and quarterback Taysom Hill of BYU (+3300) will all be looking to move up the Heisman Trophy odds early this season with strong performances in the opening weeks.