Louisville sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson is the overwhelming favorite to win the 2016 Heisman Trophy Saturday in New York. Reuters

Louisville sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson is such a shoe-in to claim the 2016 Heisman Trophy that some of the biggest sportsbooks around the world either don’t have odds listed for Saturday’s coronation in New York or haven’t updated them since the middle of November.

The most recent odds, from Odds Shark on Nov. 18, show Jackson as a massive -5000 favorite over fellow finalists in Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield (+3300) and receiver Dede Westbrook (unlisted), Michigan linebacker Jabrill Peppers (+1200), and Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson (+1600). Each was named a finalist on Monday, with Watson earning the nomination for the second-straight year.

SportsInsights, a sports betting analytics website, put together a table of odds from sportsbooks like Bovada, Bookmaker, and 5Dimes, and it shows most have shied away from even listing Heisman props.

Unless they placed major prop bets before the 2016 season began, college football gamblers might be disappointed at the lack of options or “easy money,” but it’s truly a testament to the 19-year-old Jackson’s special and dominant season.

Over 12 games this year, Jackson’s passes have ripped through the air for 3,390 yards and 30 touchdowns to nine interceptions, while his feet have scorched the earth for 1,538 yards and 21 more touchdowns. Jackson ranks second in rushing in the Atlantic Coast Conference, third in passing yardage and first in total offense and rushing touchdowns.

And while collecting all those numbers, Jackson helped Louisville bump off previously No. 2-ranked Florida State on Sept. 17 and nearly upset Watson and the then-No. 5 Tigers on Oct. 1.

Though the Cardinals have faltered of late, losing 36-10 at Houston and 41-38 at home against rival Kentucky – with Jackson hoisting a career-high three interceptions – the team largely excelled behind its electric passer. Earlier this season, Louisville reached No. 3 spot in the Associated Press Top 25 poll, equaling the program’s highest mark set back in 2006, according to Sports-Reference.com.

But because of those letdowns, Jackson will likely be the first Heisman-winner since 2012 not to go on from the ceremony and play for a national championship. The last three winners – Derrick Henry, Marcus Mariota, and Jameis Winston – either each got to participate in the College Football Playoff or competed for a national title after claiming their Heismans.

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Odds To Win 2016 Heisman Trophy via OddsShark.com

Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville -5000

Jabrill Peppers, LB, Michigan +1200

Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson +1600

Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma +3300

Dede Westbrook, WR, Oklahoma (N/A)