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Way-Too-Early Heisman Trophy Odds

Early Heisman Trophy odds are painting a picture to a race for the prestigious honor that looks very similar to last year Heisman race picture.

The likes of Deshaun Watson, Christian McCaffrey, Baker Mayfield, and this year’s Heisman trophy winner, Derrick Henry all top the odds for the trophy. Watson, McCaffrey and Henry (the eventual winner) were among the finalists in 2015.

Trends are not in the favor of prior year favorites winning the Heisman Trophy. For example, in 2014 Jameis Winston won the award, while Marcus Mariota remained the favorite prior to the season begging and as the season chugged along. The likes of Cam Newton, Robert Griffin III and Johnny Manziel also won the award without starting out among the early favorites.

The odds may change quite a bit over the coming months, as it is possible that many of the top favorites will go ahead and begin their NFL careers.

You can check out the full odds below, and lay some early money on them over at Bovada.

2016 Heisman Trophy odds

Christian McCaffrey (RB, Stanford) 7-1
Deshaun Watson (QB, Clemson) 8-1
Baker Mayfield (QB, Oklahoma) 9-1
Leonard Fournette (RB, LSU) 10-1
Derrick Henry (RB, Alabama) 10-1
Chad Kelly (QB, Ole Miss) 14-1
Josh Rosen (QB, UCLA) 14-1
Dalvin Cook (RB, Florida State) 14-1
JT Barrett (QB, Ohio State) 14-1
Seth Russell (QB, Baylor) 16-1
Jarrett Stidham (QB, Baylor) 16-1
Samaje Perine (RB, Oklahoma) 16-1
Nick Chubb (RB, Georgia) 18-1
Royce Freeman (RB, Oregon) 20-1
DeShone Kizer (QB, Notre Dame) 20-1
Jalen Hurd (RB, Tennessee) 20-1
Joshua Dobbs (QB, Tennessee) 20-1
Calvin Ridley (WR, Alabama) 25-1
Brad Kaaya (QB, Miami) 25-1
Luke Falk (QB, Washington State) 25-1
Malik Zaire (QB, Notre Dame) 25-1
Jabrill Peppers (CB/WR, Michigan) 25-1
Mason Rudolph (QB, Oklahoma State) 33-1
Christian Kirk (WR, Texas A&M) 33-1
Elijah Hood (RB, North Carolina) 33-1
Alex Collins (RB, Arkansas) 40-1
Saquon Barkley (RB, Penn State) 40-1
Corey Clement (RB, Wisconsin) 40-1
Greg Ward Jr. (QB, Houston) 40-1
Juju Smith-Schuster (WR, USC) 66-1
Antonio Callaway (WR, Florida) 100-1

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