His biggest rival appears to be Love Island 2017 victor Kem Cetinay, who is a 5-2 shot, while punters also rate the chances of rugby player Max Evans, who's available at 4 to 1.
Jake, Max and Cheryl were revealed as the first stars signed up for the Dancing On Ice tour, which will feature Denise Van Outen as a guest judge.
Former X Factor and I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! star Quickenden, who has frequently impressed the judges and topped the leaderboard with his routines on the series, said it was "awesome" to be invited to go on tour.
Eurovision victor and Bucks Fizz' star Cheryl Baker became a fast favourite on the ITV show thanks to her bubbly and vivacious and she's excited to get back on the ice despite a few trips and falls: "I love going on tour with The Fizz, so going on the road and seeing all the Dancing on Ice fans around the country is going to be so much fun. Hopefully my skating skills will have improved by then too".
Rugby professional Evans said: "Being asked to be on the live tour is incredible and totally unexpected, but I am thrilled to continue my skating all over the United Kingdom".
The 43-year-old star is no stranger to judging panels, as she's now working as a judge on Ireland's Got Talent, and has also used her expertise on I'd Do Anything and Any Dream Will Do.
On joining Torvill & Dean as judge, Denis Van Houten said: "I'm so excited to be working on the Dancing on Ice Tour and can not wait to see the skaters wow the audiences in the arenas".
However, while Cheryl is going on the tour, punters don't thinking she'll be winning Dancing On Ice as she's a massive price of 50-1 to win the show.