- The total for tight ends drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft is set at 1.5.
- Jimmy Garoppolo has +200 odds to be traded in the first round of the NFL Draft.
- The total for wide receivers picked in the first round is set at 4.5.
- There are +800 odds for a team to miss their pick and move back in the Draft.
CLEVELAND—The NFL Draft is just hours away and bettors should be preparing for the loads of different NFL Draft prop bets that online sportsbooks have to offer.
Legal sports betting sites have NFL Draft props on just about anything including how many players at a certain position will be drafted in the first round if a team will trade a specific player, and even if a team will miss their pick.
The first NFL Draft prop that bettors could look into is the total for how many tight ends will be selected in the first round.
Total Tight Ends Drafted In Round 1
- Over 1.5 +415
- Under 1.5 -750
Being that the tight end position has very limited premier players, it is only right that there aren’t many highly scouted tight ends in the 2021 NFL Draft, especially that are skilled enough to be selected in the first round.
The one tight end that has been in the top-10 and some cases top-5 of every team’s draft board though is Kyle Pitts from the University of Florida. Pitts was the best tight end in the country this season having gone for 770 yards and 12 touchdowns on the season.
No other tight end has put up those numbers this season which should sway bettors to betting under the total for tight ends taken in the first round by any means necessary.
Will Jimmy Garropolo Be Traded In Round 1?
- Yes +200
- No -300
There have been tons of speculation as to what the San Francisco 49ers plan on doing in the first round. Especially after trading up to the third overall pick. It has been reported that the 49ers plan on using the third overall pick to select a quarterback, more specifically, Mac Jones or Trey Lance.
With that, the 49ers would likely move on from Jimmy G, and what better way for them to do so than in the NFL Draft. If a trade were to happen in the Draft, it would likely be in the first round so that the Niners could acquire another pick to which they would certainly be open to.
With that, bettors can take the gamble here and bet that Jimmy Garoppolo be traded in the first round of the NFL Draft.
Total Wide Receivers Drafted In Round 1
- Over 4.5 -450
- Under 4.5 +275
The 2021 receiver class has the potential to be one of the all-time greats with there being loads of talent. The question though is how many of them will be selected in the first round. Looking at the prospects, there are three receivers that are guaranteed a first-round selection and they are Ja’Marr Chase, Devonta Smith, and Jaylen Waddle.
Other receivers like Elijah Moore, Rashod Bateman, and Terrace Marshall have all floated in and out of the first round in different mock drafts. However, with certain teams like the Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles low on their arsenal of receivers, the Over could be in play easily.
Teams Draft Spot Moved Back After Missing Pick
- Yes +800
- No -250
Missing a draft pick in the NFL Draft is a very hard task to accomplish. Especially being that each team has a whopping ten minutes to make their selection which is a fair amount of time.
However, it is not impossible that a team misses their selection. The first time this occurred was in 2003 when the Minnesota Vikings missed their selection over a communication problem. The latest incident was in 2011 when the Baltimore Ravens blatantly missed their pick before immediately selecting right after.
Being that it is very rare for this to occur, bettors can safely bet that no team will miss their pick in the NFL Draft.
Those looking to keep up with the different NFL Draft props can do so on April 29 at 8:00 p.m. EST and will be shown on ABC, ESPN, and the NFL Network.
Samuel has been writing professionally for 4 years. He comes from a sports writing background where he enjoys writing mostly about basketball and football both professional and collegiate. He is a recent graduate of Florida State University where he majored in Editing, Writing and Media with a minor in Communications. During his free time, you can find him watching or playing sports as well as playing videogames and listening to music.