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Best Betting Values On Odds To Win The 2018 Heisman Trophy

New 2018 Heisman Trophy odds are out from Bovada featuring a very deep field of players. These are the best undervalued Heisman picks with college football right around the corner.


Trace McSorley, QB, Penn State (+1500)

Somehow, Trace McSorley is tied for the ninth-best Heisman Trophy odds despite arguably being the best player in college football as he enters his senior season at Penn State. Saquon Barkley deserved all the attention he got with the Nittany Lions, but it might have let McSorley fly under the radar a bit for people that didn’t pay close attention. The “undersized” quarterback shows up in big games, and he should put up great numbers for what is expected to be a Playoff contender.


DeAndre Swift, RB, Georgia (+3000)

Nick Chubb and Sony Michel are now in the NFL, leaving 379 carries from last season. DeAndre Swift is certainly not going to get all those touches, but the electric sophomore will get more than enough work to do a lot of damage for the Bulldogs. In 2017, Swift ran 81 times for 618 times and three touchdowns while also adding 17 receptions for 153 yards and a receiving touchdown. He could put up some eye-popping numbers for the heavy favorite in the SEC East.


Jake Browning, QB, Washington (+3300)

There are some concerns after he took a step back last season without John Ross and didn’t put up the same numbers he did in 2016—and now he’s lost Dante Pettis to the NFL, too—but Jake Browning has shown his ability to put up elite numbers while leading his team to the College Football Playoff. He’ll need his guys to step up around him on offense, but a bounce-back could be in order for the guy that tossed 43 touchdowns and finished sixth in the Heisman voting a couple of seasons ago.


Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon (+3300)

Because he’s a prototypically-sized quarterback that plays for the likable Oregon Ducks and is seen as a potential No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft, Justin Herbert is getting a lot of Heisman love heading into 2018. The Ducks are a lot better when Herbert is on the field, and he’s played very well in eight games each of the past two seasons. If Herbert stays healthy, he could be poised to take the next step by carrying his team to contention in the Pac-12.


Damien Harris, RB, Alabama (+4500)

The ultra-talented Najee Harris and Joshua Jacobs are among those champing at the bit behind Damien Harris on the depth chart, but the senior Harris is going to get the most work for the Crimson Tide. The elder Harris could’ve left for the NFL if he wanted, but he returned to Alabama and now has a chance to become the school’s all-time leading rusher. He’s an outstanding runner that could have some pressure taken off of him if lefty gunslinger Tua Tagovailoa gets a lot of playing time.


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