Oddsmakers List Heisman Favorites For 2024 As Dust Settles on Transfer Portal

The transfer portal had oddsmakers biting their nails until the very end before revealing the much-anticipated Heisman odds for next season. Now that the dust has settled and the transfer frenzy has come to a close, we have a juicy list of Heisman hopefuls and their odds of clinching the prize.

According to SportsBetting, a non-transfer player (Jalen Milroe) is leading the pack as the favorite, but it’s a quarterback’s world as the first 21 players on the list are all QBs. You’ll have to scroll down to the 50/1 mark to find non-QBs like Travis Hunter and Trevor Etienne.

The top three players with the best odds to win the trophy are quarterbacks returning to their teams from the current season (although Ewers could still declare). But, don’t overlook the two transfer portal stars, Dillon Gabriel and Will Howard, who round out the top five.

Oh, and did we mention that Ohio State’s odds of winning the national championship for next year just got a boost from +850 to +800 following Howard’s jaw-dropping transfer announcement? Let the games begin!

2024-25 Heisman Trophy Odds                    

Jalen Milroe (Alabama)                          7/1

Carson Beck (Georgia)                           8/1

Quinn Ewers (Texas)                              8/1

Dillon Gabriel (Oregon)                         9/1

Will Howard (Ohio State)                       10/1

J.J. McCarthy (Michigan)                        16/1

Nico Imaleava (Tennessee)                    16/1

Conor Weigman (Texas A&M)                18/1

Jackson Arnold (Oklahoma)                   18/1

Jaxson Dart (Ole Miss)                           18/1

Garrett Nussmeier (LSU)                        22/1

Riley Leonard (Notre Dame)                  22/1

Shedeur Sanders (Colorado)                  25/1

Cade Klubnik (Clemson)                         28/1

D.J. Uiagalelei (Florida State)                 28/1

Noah Fifita (Arizona)                             28/1

Will Rogers (Mississippi State)               28/1

Drew Allar (Penn State)                         33/1

Avery Johnson (Kansas State)                 50/1

Brady Cook (Missouri)                           50/1

Jalon Daniels (Kansas)                           50/1

Travis Hunter (Colorado)                       50/1

Trevor Etienne (Georgia)                       50/1

CJ Baxter (Texas)                                   66/1

Dante Moore (UCLA)                             66/1

Luther Buren III (Missouri)                     66/1

Ollie Gordon II (Oklahoma State)           66/1

Tyler Van Dyke (Wisconsin)                   66/1

Cameron Rising (Utah)                          75/1

Kyle McCord (Syracuse)                         75/1

Tetairoa McMillan (Arizona)                  75/1

Tyler Shough (Louisville)                        75/1

Graham Mertz (Florida)                         80/1

Grayson McCall (NC State)                     100/1

Aidan Chiles (Michigan State)                150/1

Behren Morton (Texas Tech)                  150/1

Brock Vandagriff (Kentucky)                  150/1

Dequan Finn (Baylor)                             150/1

Max Johnson (UNC)                               150/1

Preston Stone (SMU)                             150/1

Omarion Hampton (UNC)                      200/1

Info in conjunction with OffshoreInsiders.com

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