Heisman Trophy Odds 2020
The Heisman Trophy is becoming a four-horse race. There are currently four different quarterbacks who are sitting at +250 odds to win the Heisman Trophy this year and Florida’s Kyle Trask is making a serious charge following his dominant performance this past weekend.

Trask led his Gators to a 63-35 win over Arkansas on Saturday and it was his best game of the year. He threw for as many touchdowns as he did incompletions — six. His 356 passing yards is right around his average of 361.8 yards per game. The righty with the big arm already has 28 touchdowns against just three interceptions this year.

Justin Fields, Mac Jones, and Trevor Lawrence join Trask as the co-favorites to win the Heisman Trophy right now. Trask was the only quarterback to play this weekend so he had an opportunity to shine in the spotlight.

Lawrence has not played since Oct. 24. Clemson was off this past weekend. Prior to that, he tested positive for COVID-19 and was forced to miss two big games against Boston College and Notre Dame. While he was on the field, Lawrence was the odds-on favorite to win it all.

Jones was also off this past weekend, but it was due to COVID-19 outbreaks shutting down Alabama’s game against LSU. Jones last played on Oct. 31.

Fields and Ohio State were off this past weekend as well, but he will have his chance to make his case for the Heisman Trophy in primetime this weekend. The No. 3 Buckeyes will host the No. 9 Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday in the biggest college football game of Week 12.

All Heisman Trophy odds via FanDuel Sportsbook.

 

Latest Heisman Trophy Odds

Player Odds
Justin Fields (QB, Ohio State) +250
Mac Jones (QB, Alabama) +250
Kyle Trask (QB, Florida) +250
Trevor Lawrence (QB, Clemson) +250
Zach Wilson (QB, BYU) +3000
D’Eriq King (QB, Miami) +8000
Ian Book (QB, Notre Dame) +8000
Devonta Smith (WR, Alabama) +10000
Kellen Mond (QB, Texas A&M) +10000
Najee Harris (RB, Alabama) +10000
Spencer Rattler (QB, Oklahoma) +10000
Travis Etienne (RB, Clemson) +20000
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