Alabama coach Nick Saban won’t disclose how often sophomore quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will see the field going forward, but that hasn’t stopped the talented signal caller’s Heisman odds from soaring.

In the latest release from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, Tagovailoa has the highest odds of winning college football’s most coveted individual award. Heading into Week 3, he sits at 3-to-1.

No other player has higher odds than 6-to-1.

In the first two games, Tagovailoa has completed 71.4 percent of his passes for 455 yards. He’s averaging 13.0 yards per attempt and has six touchdowns versus no interceptions. The sophomore has also chipped in 46 rushing yards and another score on the ground.

There’s an even wider gap between Tagovailoa and the next closest SEC player in the Heisman odds from Westgate. Missouri quarterback Drew Lock and Georgia running back D’Andre Swift are next in the conference with both of their odds at 20-to-1. Those odds put them in a tie for the ninth-highest in the country.

Lock is off to a great start with 687 passing yards, eight touchdowns with no interceptions. Although they have yet to play a Power 5 team, Missouri is also 2-0.¬†Swift has rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns in Georgia’s two victories.

Check out the complete list of top Heisman odds from the Westgate books below: