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Guys & Bets: 2020 NFL Draft Special

Your favorite sports bettors are back! Joe Osborne, Andrew Avery and Iain MacMillan are set to make some money on the NFL Draft. After researching the prospects, several mock drafts and team needs, the guys have their favorite plays set.

Furthermore, we cover everything in terms of 2020 NFL Draft odds so make sure you check out our draft odds page.

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Joe starts off with the most polarizing player in the NFL Draft, Tua Tagovailoa. If not for the hip injury Tua would be in the conversation for the top pick. The star quarterback from Alabama has been all over the board in mock drafts, with some analysts having him going to the Miami Dolphins with the fifth pick, or they have Miami trading up to the third pick. The Los Angeles Chargers are another team in need of a young quarterback and they pick sixth. How much do these teams believe in Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert is a big question. Joe has a bet on who the second quarterback drafted will be.

Next up for Joe is a bet on who will be selected third overall. The Detroit Lions hold that pick, and could use an impact player on defense. Lucky for them there are quite a few to choose from. Jeff Okudah, Isaiah Simmons and Derrick Brown look to be the top three defensive prospects and can be impact players in the NFL. Which one does Joe like to put his money on?

Ninja is next up and he has had his eyes on this offensive lineman all season. Tristan Wirfs was an absolute monster with the Iowa Hawkeyes, ending his college career with a victory over USC in the Holiday Bowl. Now the question for the massive pass protector is who will draft him and where? The New York Giants could use someone to open up running lanes for stud running back Saquon Barkley and keep quarterback Daniel Jones upright. But, there are others who need help on the offensive line as well. Check out which prop bet Ninja is betting for Wirfs.

One team that turned heads last season in the NFL was the Baltimore Ravens. Lamar Jackson took the league by surprise leading a potent Ravens attack to the top seed in the AFC. So what do they do at the NFL Draft? Well, Ninja has a feel for it. His wager here is on which side of the ball Baltimore will draft. The Ravens have built through the draft as good as any team in the league and the betting line for this one sits in a good position.

Iain MacMillan completes the trio of bettors on Guy & Bets and his first pick is on the strength of a conference. The SEC has been producing NFL prospects at a high rate for years and this year looks no different. One of the many prop bets available is how many players from the SEC will go in the first round. The total is set at 15.5. Yes, at first that can seem high for one conference, but when you look at the players who are in the range of being taken in the first round, it’s a good number. Iain has his reasons for which side of the total he’s on.

Wrapping up the picks on the show, Iain is jumping on a wide receiver prop. Clemson star Tee Higgins has been all over the board in many mock drafts, and his current draft position line is 32.5. This draft class is loaded with wide receiver prospects, so what effect will that have on Higgins? What seems to be clear is the top three WR’s are set. Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb and Henry Ruggs (in some order) occupy those slots, but after that, it’s a mix of four or five names all vying to be a first-round selection.

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