We are down to 16 teams vying for the top spot in college basketball, and three of those teams are from the Big 12: Kansas, Texas Tech, and Iowa State.
As we inch closer to the Sweet 16 matchups, odds for the winner of the Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player have been released and atop this list is Drew Timme, the All-American Forward from Gonzaga, at 7/2 odds to take home the award.
Arizona’s Benedict Mathurin (8/1) and Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren (9/1) follow Timme, and right after them is Ochai Agbaji of Kansas with 10/1 odds. Agbaji is joined on the board by fellow Jayhawks Christian Braun (25/1) and Remy Martin (33/1).
Texas Tech is well represented as well, with Bryson Williams (40/1) leading the way for the Red Raiders, followed by Kevin McCullar (50/1), Kevin Obanor (100/1), and Terrance Shannon Jr. (100/1).
Iowa State’s Izaiah Brockington (150/1) and Gabe Kalscheur (200/1) are long shots, but if the Cyclones can make a run to the Final Four, it will likely be because of one of them.
Here is the entire board, courtesy of BetOnline.ag.
|Jaime Jaquez Jr.||33/1|
|Fabian White Jr.||40/1|
|Wendell Moore Jr.||50/1|
|Terrence Shannon Jr.||100/1|