Two weeks into the 2015 college football season, the nation’s best players are performing as expected. TCU’s Trevone Boykin and Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliott were considered the top two Heisman Trophy candidates in the preseason, and they remain there after playing in two games.

Trevone Boykin is the slight favorite to win the award, helping TCU remain perfect in their first two games. He struggled somewhat in the Horned Frog’s opener against Minnesota, but he led his team to a 70-7 victory against Stephen F. Austin in the following week. Boykin has thrown for 531 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions.

Elliott has reached the century mark in both of the Buckeyes’ games, totaling 223 rushing yards on the year. He was much better in the opener, posting 122 yards on just 11 carries. But even though the junior only managed to average 3.7 yards per carry last week against Hawaii, Elliott found his way into the end zone three times.

Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett was among the favorites to win the award in the preseason, but he’s been replaced by Cardale Jones, who was named the starter. Jones and teammate Elliott have the same odds to win the award. The Buckeyes are the favorites to win the national championship, though Jones will have to put up better numbers if he wants to be considered the best player in the sport. He’s only thrown for 298 yards in two games. Elliott and Jones should each pile up big numbers against Northern Illinois this weekend.

Cody Kessler has emerged as the No.4 Heisman Trophy candidate. He’s thrown for more yards than both Boykin and Jones, while completing seven touchdown passes and no interceptions. Kessler gets his first real test of the season against Stanford on Saturday.

Notre Dame’s Malik Zaire was among the top quarterbacks being considered for the award, but he’s no longer a candidate. His season is done because of a fractured ankle. Will Fuller, Zaire’s top target, is the No.1 wide receiver that’s being considered for the award.

Below is an updated list of 2015 Heisman Trophy betting odds, courtesy of

Trevone Boykin +850

Cardale Jones +900

Ezekiel Elliott +900

Cody Kessler +900

Nick Chubb +1000

Seth Russell +1200

Leonard Fournette +1200

Derrick Henry +1200

Connor Cook +1200

Dalvin Cook +1400

Deshaun Watson +1400

Braxton Miller +2000

Chad Kelly +2000

Josh Rosen +2000

Tanner Magnum +3300

Will Fuller +3300

Everett Golson +3300

Royce Freeman +4000

Jared Goff +4000

Jeremy Johnson +5000

Dak Prescott +5000

Jacoby Brissett +5000

Jalen Hurd +5000

Joshua Dobbs +5000

Mason Rudolph +5000

Paul Perkins +5000

Brad Kaaya +6600

Kyle Allen +6600