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Harry’s NFL Draft Day Prop Wagers

Harry’s Draft Day Prop Wagers

First Wide Receiver Drafted From This Group 

Justin Jefferson, LSU -220

Last two seasons: 2,400 yards and 24 touchdowns.

Denzel Mims, Baylor +250

Talented but was injured at end of season.

Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State +750

Put up impressive numbers in the Pac-12.

Tee Higgins, Clemson +900

Averaged 21 yards a catch last season but was hurt a couple of times.

All of these receivers are excellent, but Jefferson was just more impressive than everyone else. He showed it against Texas, Oklahoma and Clemson.

The pick: Justin Jefferson -220

First Safety Drafted

Xavier McKinney, Alabama -200

Led Crimson Tide in tackles with 95 last season.

Grant Delpit, LSU +275

Was preseason All-American but had a bit of a down season compared to 2018.

Jeremy Chinn, Southern Illinois +700

Antoine Winfield Jr., Minnesota +1200

This could be a sleeper pick considering Winfield had 85 tackles and seven interceptions in the Big Ten a year ago.

Ashtyn Davis, California +3300

Kyle Dugger, Lenoir-Rhyne +3300

Even though everyone says Delpit will make a great pro, the play is to take McKinney. He does a bit of everything (solid numbers in tackles, picks and forced fumbles).

The pick: Xavier McKinney -200

Josh Jones, Offensive Tackle, Houston

OVER/UNDER 28.5, OVER +105

I don’t see a huge demand in the middle to late first round for an offensive lineman until the Titans pick at 29. Tennessee lost right tackle Jack Conklin in free agency to Cleveland so at pick 29, Jones will be their guy.

The pick: OVER 28.5 +105

Number of Pac-12 Players Drafted in the First Round

OVER 2.5 +160, UNDER 2.5 -230

1-Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Herbert is a lock in the first 10 picks but where is still up for grabs. I feel the Chargers at 6 since they didn’t take a QB in free agency and 31-year-old Tyrod Taylor is their starting QB as of now.

2-Austin Jackson, OT, USC

Jackson could go 15th to 25th in the draft. He is extremely strong and has plenty of potential.

3-Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

Aiyuk is the wild card as far as being drafted in the first round. He had five games last season with 140 or more yards receiving. Late in the first round he could go to the Packers or the 49ers, who are in need of a wide receiver after losing Emmanuel Sanders in free agency.

The pick: OVER 2.5 +160

Number of LSU Players Drafted in the First Round

OVER 5.5 +215, UNDER 5.5 -325

1-Joe Burrow, QB

Burrow is -10000 on the moneyline to be the first pick.

2-Justin Jefferson, WR

Jefferson had an amazing season with 18 receiving touchdowns.

3-K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge

Chaisson had 60 tackles and 6.5 sacks last campaign.

4-Kristian Fulton, CB

Fulton is a shutdown corner who had 14 pass defenses last season.

5-Patrick Queen, LB

Queen had 85 tackles for the Tigers in their championship year.

The player that could push this OVER or UNDER is safety Grant Delpit. I just feel that his overall play from a season ago and what was expected won’t get him selected in the first round, but that does not mean he won’t be a solid pro. He just isn’t first round-worthy in the 2020 NFL Draft.

The pick: UNDER 5.5 -325

Some Ligher-Side Props

Will Any Draftee be Shown Drinking a Beer?

NO -400, YES +250.

Have to go No since most won’t be legal to drink, but you never know.

The pick: NO -400

One of my colleagues at Odds Shark, Iain MacMillan, definitely gets his chops busted by all of us (especially by Joe Osborne) for not having a girlfriend but he owns a female cat named “Daisy.”

So, this prop bet is for you, Iain, and you can actually bet it.

OVER ½ Cat -220, UNDER 1/2 Cat -130

Iain, let’s go with the OVER on CATS. Hopefully Daisy will enjoy seeing CATS on the television as much as you will.

The pick: OVER ½ Cat -110