The NFL Draft is finally here and fans can take their much-needed dose of offseason football. Hundreds of players lives are about to change as they wait eagerly to hear their name announced at the podium.
Of course, you can bet on when these players names will be called at MyBookie Sportsbook, as they’re offering the most NFL Draft prop bets in the game; from who the first pick will be to the color of Kyler Murray’s suit, if there’s something that can be wagered on, MyBookie will list it.
I’ve outlined a few of the bets I find most interesting below.
2019 NFL Draft Props – April 25th Edition
Number 1 Draft Pick
- Kyler Murray, -350
- Nick Bosa, +200
- Quinnen Williams, +500
- Dwayne Haskins, +1400
- Josh Allen, +2500
- Ed Oliver, +6600
Kyler Murray has dropped from -1000 to -350 in the past few days. Recent reports are claiming that the Arizona Cardinals no longer plan to select Murray with their first overall pick. They did select Josh Rosen just last year and he hasn’t really gotten a fair shot just yet.
Could this be a smokescreen? Potentially. But I never really understood the point of a smokescreen when no one else is picking ahead of you.
I can see a team trading up for Murray though, as the Cardinals have holes all over their roster that multiple draft picks can help fill.
Number of Alabama Players Selected in 1st Round
- Over 2.5, -220
- Under 2.5, +180
This bet is basically betting whether or not Josh Jacobs will be picked in the first round. Quinnen Williams and Jonah Williams will undoubtedly go in the top 15, so it’s up to you to decide if a running back will go in the first round.
Most mocks I’ve seen have him going to the Raiders at 24, which leaves a lot of room after that pick if Jacobs isn’t the selection.
Jacobs is also listed at -750 to be the first running back off the board, so if a running back is taken in the first round, it’s going to be him.
I love the over here.
Drew Lock Draft Position
- Over 10.5, -150
- Under 10.5, +110
Lock is going to be the third quarterback off the board at the earliest. Kyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins will be taken in front of him, and Daniel Jones has the possibility as well.
Lock is just not that great of a prospect to select at 10th overall. Not to mention the high-end defensive talent that teams will be hungry for.
A lot of recent mocks I’ve been seeing don’t have Haskins being drafted until the Redskins at 15. I definitely suspect a team will get nervous and trade up for him before this happens, but still, this doesn’t seem great for Locks prospects.
I like the over here as well.