The 2020 football season’s future is still up in the air, but that won’t keep Las Vegas from taking bettors money.
SportsBetting.ag released the latest odds regarding the 2021 Doak Walker award — given to college football’s best running back — and have Oklahoma State redshirt junior running back Chuba Hubbard leading the pack at 4/1 odds.
Hubbard is followed by Clemson’s Travis Etienne, Alabama’s Najee Harris and Memphis’ Kenneth Gainwell. Fellow Big 12 back Pooka Williams of Kansas is at 1000/1 odds.
Chuba Hubbard (OSU) +400
Travis Etienne (Clemson) +500
Najee Harris (Alabama) +600
Kenneth Gainwell (Memphis) +700
Max Borghi (Washington State) +800
Kylin Hill (Mississippi State) +900
CJ Verdell (Oregon) +1000
Javian Hawkins (Louisville) +1000
Journey Brown (Penn State) +1000
Pooka Williams (Kansas) +1000
Hubbard finished as one of the three finalists for the Doak Walker Award in 2020 along with J.K. Dobbins of Ohio State and winner Jonathan Taylor of Wisconsin.
Hubbard led the nation with 2,094 rushing yards and 2,334 all-purpose yards last season. He was tied for third in rushing touchdowns (21) and seventh among running backs in yards-per-carry (6.38).
SportsBetting.ag also released their latest odds on the Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s best wide receiver. Cowboys pass catcher Tylan Wallace currently has the sixth best adds at 800/1.
Ja’Marr Chase (LSU) +300
Devonta Smith (Alabama) +400
Rashod Bateman (Minnesota) +500
Jaylen Waddle (Alabama) +600
Rondale Moore (Purdue) +700
Tylan Wallace (OSU) +800