Top 5 Best College Football Quarterbacks 2018 Bets

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Jul/09/2018's premier sports handicapper Phil Steele has announced his top College Football quarterbacks for the 2018-2019 season, each of which should provide a tremendous boost for their respective teams.  When it comes to sports bettors, this might be the perfect time to place that future wager on the Heisman Trophy winner.

Phil's pick for best College Football QB is Penn State's record-setting senior Trace McSorley.  Indeed, he's a tremendous value to receive the Heisman Trophy at 20/1 odds.

Steele writes:

"The only quarterback in Penn State history with multiple 3,000-yard passing seasons, McSorley accounted for 39 touchdowns in 2017, including 11 rushing. The Nittany Lions retained dual-threat Tommy Stevens, who will be one of the country's top backups."

Will Grier (West Virginia), also at 20/1 odds of getting the Heisman Trophy, is Phil’s second pick.

He says Greer “was a perfect fit in his debut in head coach Dana Holgorsen's Mountaineers offense in 2017, throwing for 3,490 yards and 34 touchdowns before getting hurt late in the season.”

McKenzie Milton of UFC was his third pick at 33/1 odds.

"The AAC Offensive Player of the Year led the Knights to an unbeaten 2017, ranking second nationally in passer rating, throwing for 4,037 yards (67.1 percent, 37 TDS and nine interceptions), while rushing for 613 yards and eight scores. No UCF backup quarterback has thrown a pass at the college level."

Rounding out Phil's top 5 Best College Football Quarterbacks: Auburn’s Jarrett Stidham and the Missouri Tigers Drew Lock.

Both were listed at 33/1 odds to be rewarded the Heisman Trophy.

The oddsmakers favorite, Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin), at just shy of 8/1 odds of receiving the Heisman, does not even make Phil Steele's top 10.


Heisman Trophy
Odds to Win the Heisman Trophy
09:00 PM 55202 Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin)   +750  
55201 Bryce Love (Stanford)   +800  
55204 Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama)   +800  
55203 Jake Fromm (Georgia)   +1000  
55205 Khalil Tate (Arizona)   +1400  
55207 Kyler Murray (Oklahoma)   +1600  
55206 Shea Patterson (Michigan)   +1600  
55232 Trevor Lawrence (Clemson)   +1600  
55208 JK Dobbins (Ohio State)   +2000  
55210 Trace McSorley (Penn State)   +2000  
55209 Will Grier (West Virginia)   +2000  
55212 Cam Akers (Florida State)   +2500  
55216 Dwayne Haskins (Ohio State)   +2500  
55211 Jarrett Stidham (Auburn)   +2500  
55213 Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma)   +2500  
55230 AJ Dillon (Boston College)   +3300  
55222 Brandon Wimbush (Notre Dame)   +3300  
55233 Brian Lewerke (Michigan State)   +3300  
55219 DAndre Swift (Georgia)   +3300  
55218 Deondre Francois (Florida State)   +3300  
55221 Drew Lock (Missouri)   +3300  
55217 Justin Herbert (Oregon)   +3300  
55215 Kelly Bryant (Clemson)   +3300  
55231 McKenzie Milton   +3300  
55224 Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)   +3300  
55214 Sam Ehlinger (Texas)   +3300  
55228 Ed Oliver (Houston)   +5000  
55225 Jake Browning (Washington)   +5000  
55226 Jalen Hurts (Alabama)   +5000  
55227 KJ Costello (Stanford)   +5000  
55229 Travis Etienne (Clemson)   +5000  
55234 JT Daniels (USC)   +6600  

- Don Shapiro,

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