Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers has only played 10 collegiate games, but he's already among the early favorites to win the most coveted award in college football. According to DraftKings Sportsbook, Ewers has +1200 odds to win the Heisman Trophy.
Latest Quinn Ewers Odds to Win Heisman Trophy
That has Ewers tied for the second-best odds among all players, alongside LSU Tigers' quarterback Jayden Daniels. The only player he's trailing in the odds is the reigning Heisman winner, USC's Caleb Williams (+550).
While Ewers hasn't had much NCAA action yet, it's not hard to see why he's considered a legitimate threat to take home the hardware. The 20-year-old QB came into the college football scene with a 1.000 247Sports Composite ranking – the sixth player ever to hold that distinction. The only other quarterback prospect to do that was another Texas legend, Vince Young.
Ewers showed some of that potential in his first season as the starter. He nearly led Texas to a major upset over Alabama in Week 2, going 9-of-12 with 134 yards before being forced to leave with a shoulder injury that eventually caused him to miss four weeks. When he returned, he didn't look particularly effective, though he did show out in his final appearance of the year, going 31-of-47 for 369 yards and 1 touchdown.
If he looks like that to start the year in 2023, he's got a legit shot at winning the Heisman this year. Here's a look at the rest of the top Heisman contenders this season, with odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Texas sports betting is currently prohibited so there are no sports betting apps legally offering odds on the Heisman Trophy. Odds from DraftKings Sportsbook, which is available in other states, were used for this article.
Ewers has a Texas-sized mullet and a huge arm. With the capability of making every throw, head coach Steve Sarkisian hopes to bring big plays to the Texas offense. The Longhorns are looking to bounce back from an underwhelming 8-5 campaign. This page will be updated regularly as we progress through the 2023 NCAA campaign.
Quinn Ewers Transfer
The No. 1 overall prospect for the 2021 recruiting cycle, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, Ewers spent one season at Ohio State and played just two snaps. He stands nearly 6-foot-3 and weighs 210 pounds.
Quinn Ewers Ohio State
In 2021, Ewers spent the season learning from CJ Stroud at Ohio State; he can now take that knowledge and tutelage back to his home state of Texas as he tries to lead the Longhorns back to Big 12 supremacy before the school joins the SEC.
Quinn Ewers Texas Tech
Before Ewers settled on Austin, he flirted with another Texas school in Texas Tech. Texas Tech has been one of the most prolific passing teams in the Big 12 for about 25 years but it’s rare for such highly touted prospects to come to Lubbock. The Red Raiders have recently started making NIL waves.
Quinn Ewers Texas
Ewers was highly sought by Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian. Most expect that Ewers will start for the Longhorns in 2022 but don’t be surprised if internal competition makes it less than a slam dunk in the years to come. Texas has also landed the top overall prospect for 2023 in Arch Manning.
Things to Know About Quinn Ewers
Although an Ohio State signee out of high school, Quinn Ewers is the first Composite No. 1 overall player to land at Texas since Vince Young in 2002.
Originally slated to be the top overall prospect for the 2022 class, Ewers reclassified and was still the top overall prospect for 2021. Ewers initially committed to Texas as a high school prospect before flipping to the Buckeyes.
Quinn Ewers NIL
Quinn Ewers turned heads with the NIL deal that will allow his mullet to flap in the wind going down the highway. The driver of an Aston Martin is hoping to be the driver of the Texas offense in 2022.
Who Are Quinn Ewers’ Parents?
Quinn Ewers’ parents are Curtis and Kristen Ewers. Curtis Ewers works in the gas and oil industry while Kristen Ewers serves as a public school teacher.
Where Did Quinn Ewers Go to High School?
Ewers attended Carroll Senior High School in Southlake, Texas. In addition to quarterback, Ewers also played baseball.
Quinn Ewers Heisman Odds FAQ
Quinn Ewers is currently +1200 to win the Heisman in 2023, according to DraftKings Sportsbook.
Perhaps most notable among Quinn Ewers’ NIL deals is with the car company, Aston Martin.
Quinn Ewers grew up in Southlake, Texas, however, he was born in San Antonio.
Quinn Ewers' parents are Curtis and Kristen Ewers.
Quinn Ewers attended Carroll Senior High School in Southlake, Texas as a two-sport athlete.