Colorado Recruits, Transfers; Sanders Family Rankings; Ewers Heisman Odds

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Sep/20/2023

Deion Sanders didn't recruit any of his kids, but he sure as hell ranks them.

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We found that out last week when an image of Prime's “Kid Rankings” started spreading through the news.

Naturally, our shop is offering odds on which child will be ranked No. 1 if/when we see a fresh set of standings before the end of the year.

We’re also offering some interesting recruiting and transfer portal odds surrounding Colorado since Sanders has regularly talked about the recruiting side of the business, including a segment last week on "60 Minutes."

Shedeur Sanders is still trending hot as far as Heisman odds, but there's now a co-favorite after Caleb Williams has been solo favorite since the end of last season.

Quinn Ewers, having held off Arch Manning for Texas' starting spot, has identical 4/1 Heisman odds as Williams does.

A final note, pertaining to the latest CFP Championship odds, Alabama at 33/1 is the highest the Crimson Tide have been since the start of the 2008 season.

 

Will Colorado have a Top 50 recruiting class in 2024?

Yes -130

No -110

 

Will Colorado have a Top 10 recruiting class in 2025?

Yes -175

No +135

 

Will Colorado have a Top 5 transfer class in 2025?

Yes -150

No +110

 

Which Sanders kid will be No. 1 in Deion's rankings next?                    

Shilo                             +250

Deion Jnr                      +300

Shelomi                                    +300

Shedeur                        +350

Deiondra                      +400

 

2024 NFL Draft No. 1 Overall Pick                     

Caleb Williams              1/4

Drake Maye                  5/1

Marvin Harrison Jr.        14/1

Quinn Ewers                 14/1

Olumuyiwa Fashanu      33/1

Shedeur Sanders           33/1

Joe Alt                          40/1

Michael Penix Jr,           40/1

Kool-Aid McKinstry        50/1

                       

Heisman Trophy                      

Caleb Williams              4/1

Quinn Ewers                 4/1

Michael Penix Jr.           9/2

Sam Hartman                7/1

Jordan Travis                14/1

Shedeur Sanders           16/1

J.J. McCarthy                20/1

Bo Nix                          22/1

Dillon Gabriel                25/1

Jayden Daniels              28/1

Marvin Harrison Jr.        33/1

Drew Allar                    35/1

Carson Beck                  40/1

Drake Maye                  40/1

Tyler Van Dyke              40/1

Blake Corum                 50/1

Kyle McCord                 50/1

Audric Estime               60/1

DJ Uiagalelei                 75/1

Cade Klubnik                 80/1

Joe Milton                    80/1

Conner Weigman          100/1

Dante Moore                100/1

Nick Singleton               100/1

Quinshon Judkins          100/1

Riley Leonard                100/1

TreVeyon Henderson    100/1

Will Shipley                   100/1

Will Howard                  150/1

Raheim Sanders            200/1

                       

CFP Championship                   

Georgia                        5/2

Michigan                      4/1

Florida State                 8/1

Texas                            9/1

Ohio State                    12/1

USC                              12/1

Notre Dame                  16/1

Penn State                    16/1

Washington                  20/1

LSU                              28/1

Oregon                         28/1

Alabama                       33/1

Oklahoma                     33/1

Clemson                       75/1

Miami                          75/1

Colorado                      100/1

Oregon State                100/1

Utah                             100/1

Tennessee                    125/1

Duke                            150/1

Iowa                             150/1

North Carolina              150/1

Ole Miss                       150/1

UCLA                            150/1

Auburn                         200/1

Florida                          200/1

Missouri                       200/1

Texas A&M                   200/1

Kansas                          250/1

Kentucky                      250/1

Syracuse                       250/1

UCF                              250/1

Kansas State                 300/1

Louisville                      300/1

Wake Forest                 300/1

Washington State         300/1

Wisconsin                     300/1

Maryland                      400/1

BYU                              500/1

Fresno State                 500/1

NC State                       500/1

TCU                              500/1

West Virginia                750/1

Rutgers                         1000/1

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