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The 6-5 senior quarterback - one of our two preseason sleepers to take home the hardware - was 50-1 at one point during the offseason. Entering Week 14, he's currently the favorite and looking to tie the bow on a campaign that includes a whopping 2,810 yards and 34 passing touchdowns through just eight games.
|QB Kyle Trask||-135|
|QB Mac Jones||+150|
|QB Trevor Lawrence||+900|
|QB Justin Fields||+1400|
|QB Zach Wilson||+2500|
|WR DeVonta Smith||+4000|
|QB Ian Book||+6000|
|RB Breece Hall||+10000|
|QB D'Eriq King||+10000|
|QB Spencer Rattler||+10000|
Can someone not named Trask hoist the trophy when the numbers look like this?
If there's one player who can challenge Trask for the award down the final turn, it's Alabama's Mac Jones. He's been either No. 1 or 2 on the board the last few weeks and appears to be the only player within striking distance of the Gators gunslinger.
Jones has led the Crimson Tide to an undefeated record so far, and likely another playoff berth. The redshirt junior leads the country in QBR (95.5) and has just 82 fewer yards than Trask; Jones' only downfall is his 23 passing touchdowns against Trask's 34.
Right now, it's unlikely that Trask can be caught. He's got two more games left to pad his stats against Tennessee and LSU. Last season, Trask threw for 298 yards and two scores against the Volunteers while recording 310 yards and three touchdowns versus the Tigers.
Both defenses are currently outside the top 30 nationally in DSP+, giving Trask and Florida's offense two more favorable matchups before he wraps this thing up.
Alex Kolodziej is a betting writer for theScore. He's a graduate of Eastern Illinois who has been involved in the sports betting industry for 12 years. He can quote every line from "Rounders" and appreciates franchises that regularly wear alternate jerseys. Find him on Twitter @AJKolodziej.