2017 NFL Oddsmaker Mock Draft

Beginning on April 27th, the 2017 NFL Draft will take place at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This is one of the most exciting events on the sports calendar, but it’s also one of the most unpredictable.

Since the college football season ended over three months ago, we have seen the draft stock of players fluctuate tremendously based on their performance in various all-star games, pro days and combines. Even after all this time, there’s no consensus at the top of the draft. Some analysts have argued that the Cleveland Browns should select Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett, while others have advocated for North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky. But what do the oddsmakers think?

Several weeks ago, BetOnline posted a number of NFL Draft prop bets including one which lists Myles Garrett as the odds-on favorite to be selected with the first overall pick. The San Francisco 49ers own the second overall pick, but they’re not expected to select a quarterback despite their apparent need. In fact, BetOnline lists Stanford defensive end Solomon Thomas as the favorite to be selected in that spot.

Trubisky is expected to be the first quarterback off the board, and his stock has been on the rise in recent days. Since Monday, Trubisky’s odds of being selected with the first overall pick have improved from +700 to +275 while the over/under on his draft position has moved from 11.5 to 6.5.

Using the prop bets available at BetOnline along with the consensus rankings from several well-respected talent evaluators, we have projected our own oddsmakers mock draft. There should be more prop bets added over the next week which will help more accurately project the first round of the NFL Draft, so be sure to check back before next Thursday,


#1 Overall Pick
Myles Garrett -375, Mitch Trubisky +275, Field +1400

#2 Overall Pick
Solomon Thomas +250, Myles Garrett +300, Mitch Trubisky +700, Marshon Lattimore +1000, Jonathan Allen +1600, Field +150

#3 Overall Pick
Jamal Adams +100, Solomon Thomas +450, Marshon Lattimore +450, Deshaun Watson +700, Jonathan Allen +1000, Malik Hooker +1000, Field +400

1st Quarterback Selected
Mitch Trubisky -375, Deshaun Watson +400, Patrick Mahomes +1400

1st Running Back Selected
Leonard Fournette -600, Christian McCaffrey +400, Dalvin Cook +1200

1st Wide Receiver Selected
Mike Williams -175, John Ross +225, Corey Davis +375

1st Defensive Back Selected
Jamal Adams -250, Marshon Lattimore +200, Malik Hooker


Jamal Adams: 3.5
Over +165, Under -205

Jonathan Allen: 4.5
Over -125, Under -105

Leonard Fournette: 4.5
Over +100, Under -130

Marshon Lattimore: 5.5
Over +150, Under -180

Mitch Trubisky: 6.5
Over +135, Under -165

Malik Hooker: 7
Over -155, Under +125

Christian McCaffrey: 8.5
Over -130, Under +100

O.J. Howard: 9.5
Over +145, Under -175

Mike Williams: 10.5
Over -115, Under -115

Deshaun Watson: 12.5
Over -160, Under +130

Corey Davis: 18.5
Over +150, Under -180

John Ross: 18.5
Over +110, Under -140

Dalvin Cook: 23.5
Over +200, Under -260

Patrick Mahomes: 24.5
Over +170, Under -215

DeShone Kizer: 30.5
Over -500, Under +350

T.J. Watt: 32.5
Over -140, Under +110

Joe Mixon: 43.5
Over +190, Under -240


Jabrill Peppers
Round 1: +120, Round 2: +100, Round 3 or later: +500

Joshua Dobbs
Round 1: +400, Round 2: +180, Round 3: +300, Round 4 or later: +150

Chad Kelly
Round 1 to 5: +200, Round 6: +200, Round 7 or later: +130


SEC Players Drafted in 1st Round: 10.5
Over -165, Under +135

Alabama Players Drafted in 1st Round: 4.5
Over -120, Under -110

LSU Players Drafted in 1st Round: 2.5
Over +100, Under -130

Quarterbacks Drafted in 1st Round: 3.5
Over +140, Under -170

Exact number of QB’s Drafted in 1st Round
0: +1600, 1: +900, 2: +225, 3: +125, 4: +300, 5: +1600, 6 or more: +2500

Running Backs Drafted in 1st Round: 2.5
Over -300, Under +250

Wide Receivers Drafted in 1st Round: 2.5
Over -350, Under +260

More Players Drafted in 1st Round
Big Ten -195, Pac 12 +160

Pick Team Player
1 Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett
2 San Francisco 49ers Solomon Thomas
3 Chicago Bears Jamal Adams
4 Jacksonville Jaguars Leonard Fournette
5 Tennessee Titans Jonathan Allen
6 New York Jets Mitch Trubisky
7 Los Angeles Chargers Marshon Lattimore
8 Carolina Panthers Christian McCaffrey
9 Cincinnati Bengals Malik Hooker
10 Buffalo Bills OJ Howard
11 New Orleans Saints Mike Williams
12 Cleveland Browns Deshaun Watson
13 Arizona Cardinals Haason Reddick
14 Philadelphia Eagles Reuben Foster
15 Indianapolis Colts Forrest Lamp
16 Baltimore Ravens John Ross
17 Washington Redskins Derek Barnett
18 Tennessee Titans Corey Davis
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Marlon Humphrey
20 Denver Broncos Garett Bolles
21 Detroit Lions Jarrad Davis
22 Miami Dolphins Taco Charlton
23 New York Giants Dalvin Cook
24 Oakland Raiders Cam Robinson
25 Houston Texans Patrick Mahomes
26 Seattle Seahawks Tre'Davious White
27 Kansas City Chiefs Kevin King
28 Dallas Cowboys David Njoku
29 Green Bay Packers Adoree Jackson
30 Pittsburgh Steelers Charles Harris
31 Atlanta Falcons Ryan Ramczyk
32 New Orleans Saints DeShone Kizer

The 2017-18 NFL season is still months away, but make sure to bookmark our free NFL odds page for the latest lines, public betting trends, injuries, futures and more.

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