- Drew Timme is favored to win the Most Outstanding Player with +125 odds.
- Jalen Suggs has +475 odds to win the Most Outstanding Player.
- Corey Kispert has +650 odds to win the Most Outstanding Player.
INDIANAPOLIS—The Final Four is upon sports bettors which means the odds to win the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament have continued to shift.
Legal sports betting sites have Drew Timme has the heavy favorite to win the Most Outstanding Player of March Madness. In fact, in the top four shortest odds to win the award, there are three Gonzaga players being that they are heavily favored to win March Madness.
NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player
- Drew Timme +125
- Jalen Suggs +475
- MaCio Teague +600
- Corey Kispert +650
- Davion Mitchell +700
- Jared Butler +900
- Quentin Grimes +1200
Drew Timme deserves to be the heavy favorite being that he has been the leader of this Gonzaga team all throughout the tournament as he is averaging 21 ppg and 7.5 rpg in Gonzaga’s six games played this far in March Madness which leads all players on the team. With that said, bettors should be jumping on these odds before the National Championship game as they will most likely shorten if and when the Bulldogs move on.
Following Timme with the second shortest college basketball odds is Gonzaga freshman Jalen Suggs. Suggs has been one of the premier players for the Zags and has played a huge role for this team all throughout the season. However, in March Madness, the pressure could have gotten to him a bit as he has stayed below 10 points two times. With that, his odds could offer a nice payout but more money could be made on Timme.
Also, on the March Madness odds board is Corey Kispert who has also played a significant role for this Gonzaga team as he has averaged 17.3 ppg. Kispert would be a great bet to make as well, however, being that none of his stats outlast Timme, bettors should not be all in on him.
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