2022 Heisman Trophy Odds Tracker
CJ Stroud has strengethed his position as the Heisman Trophy favorite after consecutive monster games against Toledo and Wisconsin. He's down to +125, well ahead of chasers Caleb Williams and Bryce Young.
A couple fun names have emerged behind the three favored quarterbacks, including:
- Tennessee QB Hendon Hooker, now the fourth betting choice at 16-1.
- Kansas QB Jalon Daniels, now down to 30-1 and the sixth betting choice.
- Kansas State QB Adrian Martinez, who posted a monster game against Oklahoma in a road upset.
While any player in college football can win the Heisman Trophy, it almost always goes to a quarterback who puts up big raw numbers on a Power 5 team that wins double-digit games. So make sure your selections check those boxes before betting.
2022 Heisman Odds
|CJ Stroud||+125||Ohio State|
|Stetson Bennett IV||+2500||Georgia|
|Sam Hartman||+4000||Wake Forest|
|Adrian Martinez||+4000||Kansas State|
|Michael Penix Jr.||+5000||Indiana|
|Spencer Sanders||+5000||OK State|
|TreVeyon Henderson||+10000||Ohio State|
|Jaxson Dart||+10000||Ole Miss|
|Deuce Vaughn||+15000||Kansas State|
|Devin Leary||+20000||NC State|
|Devon Achane||+20000||Texas A&M|
|Sean Clifford||+25000||Penn State|
|Julian Fleming||+25000||Ohio State|
|Max Johnson||+25000||Texas A&M|
|Marvin Harrison Jr.||+25000||Ohio State|
|Lyn-J Dixon||+30000||West Virginia|
|Kendall Milton||+30000||Florida State|
|John Rhys Plumlee||+30000||UCF|
|Luke Altmyer||+30000||Ole Miss|
|Nicholas Singleton||+30000||Penn State|
Who Is the Heisman Favorite?
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.