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2018 Heisman Award: A.J. Dillon Gets 25/1 Odds

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NCAA Football: Boston College at Syracuse Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

We all witnessed what A.J. Dillon is capable of during his freshman 2017 campaign. With 1589 yards, 13 touchdowns and some jaw dropping runs, Dillon has leapt onto the national radar. Today, Vegas oddsmaker Betonline released odds for the 2018 Heisman Trophy Award, and Dillon has pretty solid odds.

Following the likes of leader Bryce Love (5/1), Jonathan Taylor, Jake Fromm and Will Grier, Dillon made the list at 25/1 odds. Obviously a lot would need to happen for Dillon to win the Heisman, Boston College as a program will need to take a step forward and become an ACC contender. Another piece, like it or not, is that Addazio is going to need to leave him in there to pad his stats. Getting some garbage time touchdowns may give him more impressive numbers. Whether you agree or not, it is part of the game.

But he in terms of yards rushed last year he is 6th in returning players, and 9th in returning rushing touchdowns from last season.

You can check out the odds below:

Bryce Love, Stanford RB (5/1)

Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin RB (+650)

Jake Fromm, Georgia QB (10/1)

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama QB (10/1)

Khalil Tate, Arizona QB (14/1)

Shea Patterson, Michigan QB (16/1)

Kyler Murray, Oklahoma QB (20/1)

J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State RB (20/1)

Will Grier, West Virginia QB (20/1)

Trace McSorley, Penn State QB (20/1)

Jalen Hurts, Alabama QB (20/1)

Jarrett Stidham, Auburn QB (25/1)

Cam Akers, Florida State RB (25/1)

Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma RB (25/1)

Sam Ehlinger, Texas QB (25/1)

AJ Dillon, Boston College RB (25/1)

Kelly Bryant, Clemson QB (33/1)

Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State QB, (33/1)

Justin Herbert, Oregon QB (33/1)

Deondre Francois, Florida State QB (33/1)

D’Andre Swift, Georgia RB (33/1)

McKenzie Milton, UCF QB (33/1)

Drew Lock, Missouri QB (33/1)

Brandon Wimbush, Notre Dame QB (33/1)

Nick Fitzgerald, Mississippi State QB (33/1)

Jake Browning, Washington QB (50/1)

K.J. Costello, Stanford QB (50/1)

Ed Oliver, Houston DT (50/1)

Travis Etienne, Clemson RB (50/1)