Jameis Winston Leads Way With 5/1 Odds

Published on July 17th, 2015 5:23 am EST
NFL training camps officially open in less than two weeks.

After an offseason filled with contract signings, contract disputes and optional work-outs, fans finally get to take a look at their teams when training camps open their doors and players finally take the field.

One of the biggest questions that will start to get answered when training camps across the country open - which rookies will look good, and which ones will underwhelm?

All eyes will be on the likes of Jameis Winston, Amari Cooper and Marcus Mariota, as they were the biggest names to be drafted this past year. There are many questions about all of these men (especially Winston and Mariota), and we'll start to get an idea of how they will perform under the spotlight in just a couple of weeks.


Jameis Winston, who was the #1 overall draft pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is the leading contender to win the 2015 Offensive Rookie of the Year award. According to bookmakers, he is currently listed at 5/1 to win the award.

Here is the full list as of this moment:

Jameis Winston, 5/1
Melvin Gordon, 6/1
Amari Cooper, 7/1
Todd Gurley, 7/1
Marcus Mariota, 8/1
Kevin White, 12/1
Nelson Agholor, 12/1
TJ Yeldon, 12/1
Breshad Perriman, 14/1
Ameer Abdullah, 20/1
DeVante Parker, 20/1
Chris Conley, 25/1
Dorial Green Beckham, 25/1
Tyler Lockett, 25/1
Duke Johnson, 28/1
David Johnson, 33/1
Devin Funchess, 33/1
Devin Smith, 33/1
Jaelen Strong, 33/1
Maxx Williams, 33/1
Phillip Dorsett, 33/1
Tevin Coleman, 33/1

Jameis Winston is seen as the player with the most raw talent, though there are concerns about his mental make-up after a number of incidents during his college career.

All eyes will be on Marcus Mariota as well, as he was the subject of endless talk in the offseason. How will Mariota fare in the NFL? Does he has the skill to excel in the league?

This is going to be a very interesting season, and the fates of Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota will be two of the stories that will be followed with the most scrutiny.

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