|2013 NFL Draft Prop Odds: How many wide receivers will be selected?|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Thursday, 25 April 2013 16:12|
2013 NFL Draft Prop Odds
NEW YORK, NY (The Spread) – What kind of surprises will the 2013 NFL Draft bring us tonight when the first round kicks off at 8:00PM ET? Let’s check out some prop odds.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith has a draft position of 8.5 for an over/under. The Bills own the No. 8 overall selection and are a quarterback-needy team, as are the Jaguars, Eagles, Browns and Cardinals.
Meanwhile, USC’s Matt Barkley has an over/under of 37.5 for draft position, while South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore’s draft position is 84.5 and Alabama running back Eddie Lacy’s draft position is o/u 22.5.
How many safeties will be selected in the first round? The over/under is currently sitting at 2.5 with -130 odds for the over and -110 odds for the under. Texas’ Kenny Vaccaro and LSU’s Eric Reid are likely to come off the board in the first round, but Florida’s Matt Elam and Florida International’s Jonathan Cyprien are options as well.
How many receivers will be selected in the first round? The current over/under is 3.5, with the over sitting at -110 and the under sitting at -130 odds. Tavon Austin of West Virginia and Tennessee’s Cordarrelle Patterson are near locks, but Patterson’s teammate Justin Hunter, Clemson’s DeAndre Hopkins and Cal’s Keenan Allen are all options in the first round as well.
How many offensive players will be drafted in the first round this year? The over/under total is currently sitting at 13.5 players, while the total for the number defensive players is o/u 18.5.
The NFL draft starts tonight at 8:00PM ET and can be seen on NFL Network and ESPN.