Some interesting betting odds set for tomorrow’s NFL draft

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Are you ready for some football…in April?

If so, here some interesting betting odds set for tomorrow’s NFL draft.

The player with best odds to be

#1 pick: Andrew Luck (so certain can’t bet on)
#2 pick: Robert Griffin III (so certain can’t bet on)
#3 pick: Matt Kalil
#4 pick: Trent Richardson
#5 pick: Morris Claiborne
#6 pick: Justin Blackmon
#7 pick: Melvin Ingram
#8 pick: Ryan Tannehill
#9 pick: Fletcher Cox
#10 pick: Riley Reiff

Yes, that means the Tampa Bay Bucs likely won’t see Trent Richardson fall into their laps with the #5 pick.

Here are some other prop bets:

20% chance of FOUR or more QBs taken in the first round.

23% chance Minnesota Vikings will trade #3 pick.

32% chance THREE or more LSU players taken in the first round.

45% chance Mike Adams will be drafted in the first round.

46% chance SIX or more linebackers will be taken in the first round.

50% chance Ryan Tannehill will be the 8th pick in the draft.

62% Brandon Weeden will be drafted #37 or later.

68% chance only ONE running back taken in the first round.

72% chance of FIVE or more Alabama players taken in the first round.

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