2022 Heisman Trophy odds

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:

Bryce Young took home the Heisman this season, and he's favored to do it again next year.

SportsBetting.ag set odds for which player will hoist the bronze statue in 2022, and Young tops the list at 3-1.

Ohio State's CJ Stroud is second (5-1) while the 2021 preseason favorite, Spencer Rattler, comes in third (7-1).

Also, the sportsbook has odds on whether the Heisman will be a player on a new team via the transfer portal, a la Rattler, and what position will grab the honor.


Will the Heisman winner be a transfer on a new team?

Yes +300

No -500


Heisman position

Quarterback -2000

Any other position +700


2022 Heisman Trophy

Bryce Young                3-1

CJ Stroud                     5-1

Spencer Rattler           7-1

Caleb Williams            12-1

Tyler Van Dyke            12-1

Kenneth Walker III      14-1

TreVeyon Henderson  16-1

Bijan Robinson            18-1

JT Daniels                    18-1

DJ Uiagalelei               22-1

Will Anderson Jr          25-1

Quinn Ewers               28-1

Sam Hartman              28-1

Blake Corum               40-1

Braelon Allen              40-1

Cade McNamara         40-1

Devin Leary                 40-1

Grayson McCall           40-1

Hendon Hooker          40-1

Jake Heaner                40-1

Jaxson Dart                 40-1

Kennedy Brooks          40-1

Mohamed Ibrahim      40-1

Phil Jurkovec               40-1

Will Rogers                  40-1

Anthony Richardson   50-1

Cade Klubnik               50-1

Jordan Addison           50-1

KJ Jefferson                 50-1

Malik Cunningham      50-1

Sean Tucker                50-1

Collin Oliver                66-1

Will Shipley                 66-1

Gambling News

England's Answer to Conor McGregor: Paddy Pimblett

Paul vs. Pimblett and Lobov vs. McGregor Odds

Jake Paul and Paddy Pimblett are exchanging barbs, and now many are speculating over a potential boxing bout between the two blondies.  UFC charismatic star Pimblett is being billed as the United Kingdom's answer to Conor McGregor, but one with heart.  Ouch!