Heisman Trophy

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15.05.2024

2024 Heisman Trophy Odds

Quarterbacks have dominated Heisman Trophy voting for quite some time, and entering the 2024 season, that doesnโ€™t look to be changing. Currently, Georgia gunslinger Carson Beck is the favorite to win the award, but there is a wide range of power five signal callers sitting behind him on the odds board, waiting for an opportunity to prove they are the best player in the country.

Over the years, we have seen players rise from seemingly nowhere and hoist the Heisman at the end of the season. Down below, youโ€™ll be able to stay up-to-date on the 2024 Heisman odds, allowing you to keep track of who is favored and which guys are worth taking a long shot on.

2024 Heisman Odds

Player

FanDuel

DraftKings

BetMGM

Caesars

Bet365

Dillon Gabriel

+700

+800

+750

+650

+750

Carson Beck

+750

+800

+750

+650

+800

Quinn Ewers

+1000

+1000

+1000

+750

+900

Will Howard

+1400

+1500

+1300

+1500

+1200

Nico Iamaleava

+1400

+1800

+1500

+1400

+1600

Jalen Milroe

+1400

+1500

+1000

+1100

+1200

Jaxson Dart

+1400

+1400

+1500

+1100

+1600

Garrett Nussmeier

+1800

+2200

+1800

+1400

+1600

Cam Ward

+1800

+2200

+2000

+1800

+2000

Riley Leonard

+2000

+2500

+2000

+2000

+2500

Connor Weigman

+2000

+3000

+2500

+2300

+2200

Avery Johnson

+2500

+2500

+2500

+2500

+2500

Shedeur Sanders

+4000

+3500

+3000

+2000

+2500

*odds as of July 17, 2024

Current Favorites

Dillon Gabriel (Oregon Ducks): Playing at his third and final school, Dillon Gabriel will be the first Oregon quarterback to lead the team against Big-10 competition. The lefty threw for 30 touchdowns and a career-high 3,660 yards in his final season at Oklahoma. Now, he is stepping into an exciting Oregon offense with Tez Johnson and Evan Stewart as his primary weapons.

Since the odds have been released, Gabriel has moved up the board the most, becoming the favorite in multiple brand-name sportsbooks. Given his experience and the fact that he is stepping into arguably the most QB-friendly system in the country, this movement is fairly unsurprising.

Carson Beck (Georgia Bulldogs): Carson Beck went into last season with big shoes to fill and a lot of responsibility to maintain the Georgia Bulldogs' dominance. While he may not have been able to capture an SEC Title in his first year as a starter, Beck still showed enough promise under center to give the UGA faithful confidence that he can lead them back to the promised land.

Not only did Beck throw for 24 touchdowns, but he completed 72.4% of his passes and had just six interceptions. Accuracy and limited turnovers go a long way with Heisman voters, and to make things even better for Beck, he will have multiple matchups against fellow Heisman hopefuls this season.

Quinn Ewers (Texas Longhorns): Ewers has brought the Texas Longhorns program back to relevance, as they won the Big-12 Title and made the CFP semi-finals last season. One of the more intriguing things to watch this season is how the Longhorns and Ewers do in their first season in the SEC. If the prized QB can succeed in the best conference in football, he will have a good chance of sitting next to fellow SEC QBs at the Heisman ceremony.

Past Winners

Season

Player

Position

School

2023

Jayden Daniels

QB

LSU

2022

Caleb Williams

QB

USC

2021

Bryce Young

QB

Alabama

2020

DeVonta Smith

WR

Alabama

2019

Joe Burrow

QB

LSU

2018

Kyler Murray

QB

Oklahoma

2017

Baker Mayfield

QB

Oklahoma

2016

Lamar Jackson

QB

Louisville

2015

Derrick Henry

RB

Alabama

Heisman Trophy History, Trends, and Pointers

  • The Heisman winner has come from the SEC in four of the last five seasons.

  • Johnny Manziel and Jameis Winston are the only freshmen to ever win the Heisman trophy.

  • Archie Griffin is the only player to ever win the Heisman twice, as he won it in 1974 and 1975.

  • Jayden Daniels, who won the 2023 Heisman, did not become the favorite to win the award until December 2nd of that season.

  • DeVonta Smith was the first non-QB or RB to win the award since Charles Woodson in 1997.

  • Since 2018, the pre-season favorite to win the Heisman has not actually won the award.

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