Okay football betting enthusiasts, while the rest of the sports world is on hold these days because of the coronavirus epidemic, you’re going to have a great chance to start boosting your annual NFL bankroll thanks to the proliferation of value-packed NFL draft odds in the Mybookie.ag NFL sportsbook. With that thought in mind, let’s find out how many Oklahoma Sooners players will be selected in the opening round as well as how many players from the Pac-12 and SEC conference will be picked in round 1.
Oklahoma, PAC 12, SEC NFL Draft Odds
Total Oklahoma Players Drafted In First Round
- Over 2.5 -125
- Under 2.5 +100
While the Oklahoma Sooners won’t produce their third straight No. 1 overall pick after Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray ruled the last two NFL drafts Odds, but the Sooners are going to see a handful of players go off the board in the opening round of the 2020 NFL draft. Superstar wideout CeeDee Lamb could be the first receiver taken in this year’s draft (he should be), but even if he doesn’t the gifted pass catcher is definitely a top 15 pick. Linebacker Kenneth Murray is also going to get picked in the first round, possibly to Las Vegas at No. 19. Defensive lineman Neville Gallimore could go in the second round and quarterback Jalen Hurts could join him in the third round, even if I do believe he should be a first round pick or second at the very least. Play the under here as only two Sooners go off the board in the opening round.
2020 NFL Draft Odds Pick: under 2.5 Players
Total Pac-12 Players Drafted In First Round
- Over 2.5 +190
- Under 2.5 -240
The Pac-12 conference was mostly a mess in 2019 and the upcoming 2020 NFL draft will almost assuredly reflect that fact.
The first player from the conference to be picked will be former Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert, possibly by Miami or the L.A. Chargers at No. 5 of No. 6 if a pre-draft day trade doesn’t go down. Colorado wide receiver Laviska Shenault will also go off the board in the opening round as he goes off the board between the 20th and 28th overall picks, possibly to New Orleans at No. 24. The third and final player from the Pac-12 that will be picked in the first round is USC tackle Austin Jackson, possibly to Miami with the 26th overall pick. This one looks like a close call, but it’s not really as I fully expect three players from the Pac-12 to be picked in the opening round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 NFL Draft Odds Pick: Over 2.5 Players
Total SEC Players Drafted In First Round
- Over 15.5 -160
- Under 15.5 +120
Let me start by saying the 2020 NFL draft could be renamed the 2020 SEC draft as the conference could see a record number of players picked in the first round of the upcoming draft. With a high, 15,5-player Over/Under total for this wager, let’s find out exactly how many SEC stars will go off the board in the opening round. LSU quarterback Joe Burrow will be taken with the first overall pick, followed by Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, Auburn defensive end Derrick Brown and Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons, all inside the top 10 picks. Then, there’s Florida cornerback C.J. Henderson, Alabama tackle Jedrick Wills and Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy. Georgia tackle Andrew Thomas, Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs and South Carolina defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw should go off the board next for SEC teams. LSU tackle K’Lavon Chaisson, Georgia running back D’Andre Swift, LSU linebacker Patrick Queen and Tigers wide receiver Justin Jefferson should also be selected inside the top 21 picks Alabama safety Xavier McKinney will also be picked in the opening round and LSU center Lloyd Cushenberry is also on the board as one of the final three picks in the opening round. This pick is going to be agonizingly close, but I’m going with 15 SEC players to go in the first round, making the under 15.5 players picked the right selection for this wager.
2020 NFL Draft Odds Pick: Under 15.5 Players