Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard and quarterback Spencer Sanders fell inside the top 15 in odds to win the Heisman Trophy in December, according to Bovada.
Hubbard is tied with Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book (+2000) for the eighth-best odds, while Sanders (+3300) is 14th to win award given annually to the most outstanding college football player in the country.
Hubbard, who led the nation in rushing yards in 2019, has the highest odds for a running back, while Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence (+225) is the overall favorite.
Bovada does have Georgia quarterback Jamie Newman tied with Alabama quarterback Mac Jones (+1600) ahead of Hubbard, but Newman — a Wake Forest graduate transfer — decided to opt out of the season to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft.
A quarterback has won the Heisman four straight years and nine of the past 10 years, with Alabama running back Derrick Henry’s victory in 2015 as the only non-QB winner in that span. Barry Sanders is the only player to win the Heisman in OSU history back in 1988.
Bovada’s Top 15 Heisman odds
Trevor Lawrence (Clemson, QB) — +225
Spencer Rattler (Oklahoma, QB) — +900
D’Eriq King (Miami, QB) — +1200
Sam Ehlinger (Texas, QB) — +1200
Myles Brennan (LSU, QB) — +1400
Mac Jones (Alabama, QB) — +1600
Sam Howell (North Carolina, QB) — +1800
Chuba Hubbard (Oklahoma State, RB) — +2000
Ian Brook (Notre Dame, QB) — +2000
Bo Nix (Auburn, QB) — +2000
Kyle Trask (Florida, QB) — +2200
Travis Etienne (Clemson, RB) — +2500
Najee Harris (Alabama, RB) — +2800
Spencer Sanders (Oklahoma State, QB) — +3300