It's just never too early to start thinking about next year's most prestigious award in college football, which is why we're presenting to you these way-too-early 2018 Heisman Trophy odds.
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The biggest addition to this list came by subtraction when Stanford's Bryce Love decided to forgo the 2018 NFL Draft and return to The Farm for his senior season. He actually opened as the odds-on favorite to bring home the hardware next year, but has since slipped just slightly behind a pair of running backs that were also sensational a season ago.
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Some interesting tidbits to note after looking over the Heisman odds for 2018:
- Alabama QB Tue Tagovailoa is second on the list despite playing only two quarters of meaningful snaps last season.
- Arizona's dynamic signal-caller Khalil Tate is sixth even though he rode the bench for the first four games last year before exploding on the scene with 1,411 rushing yards at 9.2-per carry.
- Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State and (surprisingly) West Virginia are the only schools to have multiple players represented.
- Only one non-Power 5 player made the cut in Ed Oliver of Houston.
- Only two defensive players are on the list, and both possess the longest odds to win.
2018 Heisman Trophy Odds
Check out the much-too early 2018 Heisman Trophy odds as presented by Bovada. These odds have already shifted slightly as Love is no longer the front runner at the moment. Expect the odds to change all offseason, so make sure to check back to see where your favorite to win the Heisman stands.
|J.K. Dobbins||Ohio State||6-1|
|Will Grier||West Virginia||16-1|
|Trace McSorley||Penn State||20-1|
|Cam Akers||Florida State||25-1|
|Ryan Finley||NC State||25-1|
|Brandon Wimbush||Notre Dame||35-1|
|Nick Fitzgerald||Mississippi State||35-1|
|David Sills||West Virginia||45-1|
|Nick Bosa||Ohio State||75-1|