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2021 NFL Draft Odds, Betting Odds

 
Apr. 20, 2021
by VI News
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2021 NFL Draft - No. 3 Overall Pick Odds

2021 NFL Draft Number 3 Overall Pick (4/29/21)
Player (School) American Fractional
Mac Jones (Alabama) -125 4/5
Justin Fields (Ohio State) +125 5/4
Trey Lance (North Dakota State) +300 3/1
Zach Wilson (BYU) +2500 25/1
Kyle Pitts (Florida) +5000 50/1

Odds Provided by DraftKings - Subject to Change

2021 NFL Draft - First Round Position Totals

  • Quarterbacks Over 5.5 (+390) Under 5.5 (-560)
  • Running Backs Over 0.5 (-305) Under 0.5 (+230)
  • Wide Receivers Over 4.5 (-200) Under 4.5 (+155)
  • Tight Ends Over 1.5 (+325) Under 2.5 (-455)
  • Linebackers Over 4.5 (+130) Under 4.5 (-167)
  • Offensive Linemen Over 6.5 (-112) Under 6.5 (-112)
  • Defensive Linemen Over 4.5 (+110) Under 4.5 (-137)
  • Cornerbacks Over 4.5 (-104) Under 4.5 (-121)
  • Safeties Over 0.5 (-250) Under 0.5 (+190)
  • Total Offensive Players Over 13.5 (-112) Under 6.5 (-112)
  • Total Defensive Players Over 18.5 (-112) Under 18.5 (-112)

2021 NFL Draft Betting Markets

Team to Draft Justin Fields Odds

  • San Francisco (+100)
  • Atlanta (+400)
  • New England (+600)
  • Denver (+800)

Team to Draft Trey Lance Odds

  • Denver (+300)
  • Atlanta (+400)
  • San Francisco (+400)
  • Washington (+400)
  • New England (+500)

First RB Drafted Odds

  • Najee Harris (-150)
  • Travis Etienne (+150)
  • Javonte Williams (+400)

First WR Drafted Odds

  • Ja'Marr Chase (-625)
  • Jaylen Waddle (+600)
  • DeVonta Smith (+700)

First OL Drafted Odds

  • Penei Sewell (-500)
  • Rashawn Slater (+250)
  • Christian Darrisaw (+3300)
  • Alijah Vera-Tucker (+3300)

First DL Drafted Odds

  • Kwity Paye (-200)
  • Jaelan Phillips (+200)
  • Christian Barmore (+800)
  • Gregory Rousseau (+800)

First LB Drafted Odds

  • Micah Parsons (-400)
  • Azeez Ojulari (+700)
  • Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (+700)

First CB Drafted Odds

  • Patrick Surtain II (-305)
  • Jaycee Horn (+200)

First S Drafted Odds

  • Trevon Moehrig-Woodard (-400)
  • Jevon Holland (+400)
  • Richie Grant (+500)

First Non-QB Drafted Odds

  • Kyle Pitts (+125)
  • Ja'Marr Chase (+220)
  • Penei Sewell (+250)

Denver Broncos First Pick Odds

  • Trey Lance (+200)
  • Micah Parsons (+400)
  • Mac Jones (+600)
  • Rashawn Slater (+700)
  • Patrick Surtain II (+700)
  • Justin Fields (+800)
  • Penei Sewell (+800)

New York Giants First Pick Odds

  • DeVonta Smith (+250)
  • Micah Parsons (+500)
  • Rashawn Slater (+500)
  • Kwity Paye (+600)
  • Patrick Surtain II (+600)
  • Jaylen Waddle (+600)
  • Penei Sewell (+800)

Philadelphia Eagles First Pick Odds

  • DeVonta Smith (+300)
  • Patrick Surtain II (+300)
  • Jaylen Waddle (+500)
  • Jaycee Horn (+600)
  • Micah Parsons (+600)
  • Rashawn Slater (+800)

How to read the 2021 NFL Draft Odds Market

The 2020 NFL and College Football seasons have concluded and the 2021 campaigns will begin next August and September.

The next main event for the two sports in the 2021 NFL Draft, which will take place on Thursday Apr. 29 from Cleveland, Ohio and run through Saturday May 1.

The NFL Draft has seven rounds and all 32 clubs will participate in the event, drafting players from College Football schools.

What's great about this event is that bettors can start placing wagers on the 2021 NFL Draft with America's top online sportsbooks, including FanDuel.

Odds to be the 1st Overall Pick in the 2021 NFL Draft

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is a heavy favorite (-10000) to be the first overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft and that selection is owned by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Bettors placing a $10,000 wager on Lawrence to be selected to Jacksonville would win back $10,100 ($10,000 wager + $100).

QB Justin Fields of Ohio State and Oregon offensive linemen Penei Sewell are listed behind him at 10/1 and 11/1 odds respectively.

Who Will be the No. 2 Pick in the NFL Draft?

This NFL Draft betting market is much more competitive and the New York Jets will be on the clock with the second overall selection.

Zach Wilson, quarterback of BYU, has been made the top betting choice to be picked at 1/50 odds second.



Oregon linemen Penei Sewell sat out the 2020 season with the Ducks but he's still expected to go early in the 2021 NFL Draft. (AP)

NFL Draft Order

NFL Draft Order Process

  • The NFL Draft order is determined by the standings at the end of the regular season
  • The team with the worst record will select first in the NFL Draft and each team will follow up to the 20th selection
  • The remaining 12 teams that qualified for the playoffs will be placed in order of their elimination during the postseason

Team (2020 Regular Season Record)

  1. Jacksonville (1-15)
  2. N.Y. Jets (2-14)
  3. San Francisco (6-10)
  4. Atlanta (4-12)
  5. Cincinnati (4-11-1)
  6. Miami (10-6)
  7. Detroit (5-11)
  8. Carolina (5-11)
  9. Denver (5-11)
  10. Dallas (6-10)
  11. N.Y. Giants (6-10)
  12. Philadelphia (4-11-1)
  13. L.A. Chargers (7-9)
  14. Minnesota (7-9)
  15. New England (7-9)
  16. Arizona (8-8)
  17. Las Vegas (8-8)
  18. Miami (10-6)
  19. Washington (7-9)
  20. Chicago (8-8)
  21. Indianapolis (11-5)
  22. Tennessee (11-5)
  23. N.Y. Jets (2-14)
  24. Pittsburgh (12-4)
  25. Jacksonville (1-15)
  26. Cleveland (11-5)
  27. Baltimore (11-5)
  28. New Orleans (12-4)
  29. Green Bay (13-3)
  30. Buffalo (13-3)
  31. Kansas City (14-2)
  32. Tampa Bay (11-5)

NFL Draft History No. 1 Picks

Looking at the recent NFL Draft History, quarterbacks have been selected first in five of the last six drafts and nine of the last 12 going back to 2009.

NFL No. 1 Draft History (2009-2020)

  • 2020 - Joe Burrow, QB, Cincinnati Bengals
  • 2019 - Kyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals
  • 2018 - Baker Mayfield, QB, Cleveland Browns
  • 2017 - Myles Garrett, DE, Cleveland Browns
  • 2016 - Jared Goff, QB, Los Angeles Rams
  • 2015 - Jameis Winston, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • 2014 - Jadeveon Clowney, DE, Houston Texans
  • 2013 - Eric Fisher, T, Kansas City Chiefs
  • 2012 - Andrew Luck, QB, Indianapolis Colts
  • 2011 - Cam Newton, QB, Carolina Panthers
  • 2010 - Sam Bradford, QB, St. Louis Rams
  • 2009 - Matthew Stafford, QB, Detroit Lions

A quarterback has been taken with the No. 1 overall pick in five of the last six drafts. Myles Garrett of the Cleveland Browns was the lone exception within that time span.

The No. 1 overall pick has been a quarterback or a lineman in each of the last 24 drafts, making it highly unlikely that a running back, receiver, linebacker, or defensive back will be the first player whose name we hear on April 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.


  
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