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Jake Locker NFL Combine Odds

University of Washington quarterback Jake Locker will have many eyes on him at the 2011 NFL Scout Combine trials and that means plenty of NFL Combine odds for fans to debate.

The No. 3 ranked QB prospect is an all-around athlete who has posted some impressive numbers when it comes to the 40-yard dash.

At Sportsbook.ag,  bettors will have a chance to make prop bets on how Locker will stack up against the other top prospects at the 2011 NFL Combine trials, as well as action on how the top draft hopefuls will perform this year.

Locker’s speed is above average for a player his size. He has run 40-yard dash times as fast as 4.39 seconds as recently as July 2010, but the official scouting report lists his time at 4.53. The prop lines at Sportsbook.ag  have Locker pitted against Florida State QB Christian Ponder to see which player will run the fastest 40.

Ponder has run the 40 as low as 4.68 and will be a +130 underdog to run it faster than Locker at the Combine. A bet on Locker posting a faster time in the 40 looks like safe money at -160, but there’s always the possibility that he’s not 100% or that the pressure of the setting affects his performance.

Locker could also be the player that makes the “any player running the 40 under 4.3 seconds” prop bet worth the -135 price.

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Bookmakers are offering over 20 different Combine props to choose from. There’s action on the 40-yard dash, the vertical jump, and the bench press. Sports bettors can wager on how Locker’s QB rivals Cam Newton, Tyrod Tayor, and Christian Ponder may perform as well.

When making Combine prop bets it helps to know the history of the trials. The fastest 40-yard dash times have been under the 4.3-second -135 line that the books are offering for three of the last six years.

The highest vertical jump has been over the 41.5-inch betting line for the last three years, and last year Justin Ernest pumped out 51 bench press reps, which is nine more reps than the current 42.5-rep prop line.