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Most Outstanding Player Final Four 2024 Predictions & Odds

Written by: Richard Janvrin
Updated April 8, 2024
10 min read

March Madness has finally arrived, so get ready to fill out your brackets, place your bets, and watch seemingly endless amounts of college basketball. 

One of the most popular NCAA Tournament props is betting on the Most Outstanding Player in the Final Four. Over the past few seasons, the last three recipients have been Jared Butler, Kyle Guy, and Adama Sanogo.

Who will be this year’s winner of the Most Outstanding Player award? Check out the list of favorites below to see our favorites picks to bring it home.

NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player

Most Outstanding Player 2024 Odds & Favorites to Win

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Donovan Clingan+185
Zach Edey+210
Stephon Castle+360
Tristen Newton+650
Cam Spencer+1100
Braden Smith+3400
Alex Karaban+4000
Lance Jones+5000

The national championship game is here, and the field is down to just a few players from both UConn and Purdue. The players we will cover below include Zach Edey, Donovan Clingan, and Stephon Castle.

Donovan Clingan (+185) at FanDuel

The UConn Huskies are the favorite to win the NCAA Tournament, and this is the first back-to-back with the Florida Gators since the mid-2000s. 

Clingan is a rising star on the team, averaging 12.5 points and 7.2 rebounds per game. In the Big East Conference championship game, he had 22 points, and against Stetson in the Round of 64, he had 19 with eight rebounds. 

Edey, who’s second on this list, has definitely been the more productive player of the two, but Clingan is a member of the favored team, so it makes sense that he would be the odds-on favorite as the player who wins this award will likely be a member of the national title-winning squad. 

In the Final Four against Alabama, Clingan had 18 points and five rebounds. 

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Zach Edey (+210) at FanDuel

During this tournament run, Edey has been unstoppable. He’s scored 140 points and no less than 20, which came in the Final Four against NC State. Before that, his lowest total was 23, and he had two games with 30 or more and one game with 40, which came against Tennessee in the Elite Eight. Rebound-wise, he’s not had less than a dozen in a game. 

As mentioned above, Purdue is the underdog, so if they lose, he won’t win the award, most likely, and a UConn player will. However, if you think Purdue will win the game, Edey will 100 percent be the winner of this award.

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Stephon Castle (+360) at FanDuel

Castle is going to be a first-round pick in the NBA Draft, so what better way to go off into the sunset in college basketball than a national title win and a Most Outstanding Player award? 

This postseason he’s been solid, coming off of a 21-point game in the Final Four. However, he had two games with seven or fewer points against Illinois (2) and Northwestern (7). The Huskies have scorers up and down their starting five, so it’s not uncommon for someone to take a bit more of a backseat. 

To win, UConn has to win and Castle needs to explode while Clingan has a game similar to Castle’s against Northwestern. 

Castle has an outside shot.

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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.

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