Heisman Trophy Odds: Caleb Williams is the favorite ahead of 2023 season
The 2023 College Football season is finally upon us and all eyes are turning to the betting markets. Betting on the potential winner of the Heisman Trophy before the season starts is a decision that could prove to be among the most profitable you can make if things go your way. If you can find a longshot before the breakout season and the odds start to tumble, you can be left holding a golden ticket. The question is, which player looks best placed to win the Heisman Trophy in 2023?
Caleb Williams is the favorite to win the 2023 Heisman Trophy
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Jayden Daniels out of LSU is also a firm pick. The dual-threat QB exploded in the second half of 2022 and will be able to build on his rapport with wideout Malik Nabers, who coasted past the 1,000-yard mark last season. TE Mason Taylor rejoins the offense along with four OL starters, paving the way for Daniels to build upon what was a stunning debut campaign at LSU.
Quinn Ewers could be a force to be reckoned with if he stays healthy. He’ll benefit from playing for one of the most notorious teams in the country and every good outing being put in a national spotlight, but Ewers was balling prior to a collar bone injury last year. If the Longhorns can take another step forward, +1300 feels like a great price.
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Drake Maye at +1600 is my dark horse this year. He has drawn rave reviews all offseason after throwing 38 touchdowns and 7 picks last season. Maye could well be QB1 in the 2024 NFL Draft and has some dominant TE targets at his disposal. This is a great price on a brilliantly talented young quarterback who could push Caleb Wilson all the way to the Heisman finish line.
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