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Here are the early Heisman odds for the 2015 season, which were released by Bovada.com on Friday:

2015 Regular Season - Odds to win the Heisman Trophy:

Ezekiel Elliott (RB Ohio State) 6/1
Dak Prescott (QB Mississippi State) 7/1
Leonard Fournette (RB LSU) 7/1
Trevone Boykin (QB TCU) 15/2
Cody Kessler (QB USC) 12/1
Nick Chubb (RB Georgia) 12/1
Paul Perkins (RB UCLA) 12/1
Derrick Henry (RB Alabama) 14/1
Samaje Perine (RB Oklahoma) 14/1
Cardale Jones (QB Ohio State) 14/1
J.T. Barrett (QB Ohio State) 16/1
Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State) 18/1
Connor Cook (QB Michigan State) 20/1
Josh Robinson (RB Mississippi State) 22/1
Corey Clement (RB Wisconsin) 25/1
D.J. Foster (RB Arizona State) 25/1
Royce Freeman (RB Oregon) 25/1
Brad Kaaya (QB Miami) 33/1
Dalvin Cook (RB Florida State) 33/1
Deshaun Watson (QB Clemson) 33/1
James Connor (RB Pittsburgh) 33/1
Justin Thomas (QB Georgia Tech) 33/1
Nick Wilson (RB Arizona) 33/1
Seth Russell (QB Baylor) 33/1
Mason Rudolph (QB Oklahoma State) 40/1
Jacoby Brissett (QB North Carolina State) 50/1
Jalen Hurd (RB Tennessee) 50/1
Jared Goff (QB California) 50/1
Marquise Williams (QB North Carolina) 50/1
Laquon Treadwell (WR Mississippi) 66/1
Scooby Wright (LB Arizona) 66/1
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10 Comments
I hope LSU promotes him for it.

I remember the one for Dalton.. HE IS the MAN.. HEISMAN!
Reply84 months
Ezekial Elliot will have to split some Heisman votes with whomever wins the QB job at OSU. Might hurt his chances.
Reply84 months
@gator Why does Deshaun Watson's odds suck to you? Sure he is a great QB and could win the heisman in that high powered offense, but Chad Morris is gone, and this guy is like a sack of glass.

He was injured in the semi finals of the playoffs his senior year of high school, then injured during spring practice and had surgery. He then injured himself 6 games into the season. If that wasn't enough, when he finally did come back, he hurt himself again. Then he he hurt himself again the next week in practice, missed that game, and the played him in the final game of the reg season over that torn acl.

So you have a guy who has had a sprained mcl, broken clavicle, broken bone in his hand, strained lcl, and then torn acl all from December to nearly December. In less than one year he has had 5 injuries each separate ligaments or parts of the body and at least 3 surgeries.

Reply84 months
where's AJ?
Reply84 months
i would never bet on this stupid shite but he was 1 of 3 finalists last yr nobody else on this list can say that
Reply84 months
So you are betting on Scooby? lol you might as well just wipe your anus with that money.
Reply84 months
scooby wright at 66/1 after the yr he just had is pretty frickin stupid too defensive player or not
Reply84 months
deshaun watson 33/1 really? these odds kind of suck
Reply84 months
Seriously.....LF has the talent but the way LSU uses their backs is not conducive to winning the Heisman.
Reply84 months
Even if Elliot and Fournette have similar seasons, Elliot's path is smoother because he's playing for an elite team. Fournette is not.
Reply84 months
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