Latest Heisman odds for Deshaun Watson


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The latest Heisman Trophy odds were released by Westgate Las Vegas Superbook and Clemson junior quarterback Deshaun Watson is currently sitting on top alongside running back Christian McCaffrey with 5-1 betting odds on winning the prestigious award.

Watson has completed 46 out of 87 attempts for 540 yards with four interceptions and three interceptions through two games in wins over Auburn and Troy.

He completed 333 of 491 passes (52.9%) for 4,104 yards and 35 touchdowns and also had 207 rushes for 1105 yards and 12 scores last season. His 5,209 yards of total offense and his 47 total touchdowns were ACC records, and his rushing total was a record for a Clemson quarterback. For his career, he has 6110 passing yards with 53 touchdowns and 18 interceptions.

His 487 yards of total offense set a record for a National Championship game, and he is the first quarterback in FBS history to have at least 4,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in a single season.

2017 Heisman Trophy winner odds

Player Team Opening odds Updated odds
Deshaun Watson Clemson Tigers 5-1 5-1
Christian McCaffrey Stanford Cardinal 7-1 5-1
J.T. Barrett Ohio State Buckeyes 12-1 6-1
Lamar Jackson Louisville Cardinals 100-1 8-1
Leonard Fournette LSU Tigers 6-1 10-1
Dalvin Cook Florida State Seminoles 10-1 15-1
DeShone Kizer Notre Dame Fighting Irish 30-1 20-1
Patrick Mahomes Texas Tech Red Raiders 30-1 20-1
Saquon Barkley Penn State Nittany Lions 80-1 20-1
Nick Chubb Georgia Bulldogs 12-1 25-1
Damien Harris Alabama Crimson Tide 25-1 30-1
Greg Ward Jr. Houston Cougars 50-1 30-1
Josh Rosen UCLA Bruins 15-1 30-1
Royce Freeman Oregon Ducks 20-1 30-1
Joshua Dobbs Tennessee Volunteers 30-1 30-1
Baker Mayfield Oklahoma Sooners 10-1 40-1
Calvin Ridley Alabama Crimson Tide 30-1 40-1
Dakota Prukop Oregon Ducks 40-1 40-1
Bo Scarbrough Alabama Crimson Tide 20-1 50-1
Brad Kaaya Miami Hurricanes 40-1 50-1
Chad Kelly Ole Miss Rebels 12-1 60-1
Seth Russell Baylor Bears 12-1 60-1
Jabrill Peppers Michigan Wolverines 60-1 60-1
Samaje Perine Oklahoma Sooners 20-1 80-1
Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State Cowboys 50-1 100-1
Luke Falk Washington State Cougars 40-1 100-1
Jalen Hurd Tennessee Volunteers 40-1 100-1
JuJu Smith-Schuster USC Trojans 80-1 100-1
Elijah Hood North Carolina Tar Heels 50-1 100-1
Christian Kirk Texas A&M Aggies 80-1 100-1
Myles Garrett Texas A&M Aggies 100-1 100-1
James Conner Pittsburgh Panthers 100-1 100-1
Corey Clement Wisconsin Badgers 50-1 200-1
Antonio Callaway Florida Gators 100-1 300-1
Taysom Hill BYU Cougars 100-1 300-1

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