NFL Draft 2021: Best NFL Draft Prop Bets
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NFL Draft Prop Bets
NFL Draft: Thursday, April 29th
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The 2021 NFL Draft kicks off on Thursday, April 29th in Cleveland and there are plenty of NFL prop bets to make money on. Let’s take a look at some of the best NFL draft prop bets that offer value.
Tight Ends Drafted in First Round: Over 1.5 (+350)
Everyone knows there is going to be at least one tight end drafted in the first round, the big question is will a second tight end come off the board. Kyle Pitts was a standout at the Florida Gators and there is no doubt that he is going to go early in the first round. Pat Freiermuth is being overshadowed by Pitts in a normal year, he would be getting a lot more hype. He is player that a team could trade back into the first round to get. At +250 there is a ton of value, back the over.
Odds To Go At No. 3 In The 2021 NFL Draft: Trey Lance (+250)
If you believe the rumors the number three pick for the San Francisco 49ers is down to Mac Jones or Trey Lance. The last few days it seems more have switched to Mac Jones being the pick but the last few years, the 49ers have done a good job of keeping their plans under wraps. Trey Lance has been creating a lot more buzz as of late, and at +250 there is a ton of value.
At What Number Will Kyle Pitts Be Selected: Under 5.5 (-165)
-165 is a big number to lay, but this might be the safest bet on the entire board. The Atlanta Falcons have the 4th overall pick and it would be very shocking if they didn’t select Pitts. If the Falcons decided to pass on him, the Miami Dolphins would select him at six, so it wouldn’t be shocking if a team jumped in front of them, or the Dolphins even traded up to five to select Pitts. Any way it’s sliced though, Pitts will be selected at four or five and this should be closer to -200 rather than -165.
Will The Lions Trade The No. 7 Overall Pick? Yes (+135)
The Detroit Lions have made it pretty clear they would be open to trading their first-round pick, and it sounds like a ton of teams are interested in trading in him. The Lions have already traded away Matthew Stafford and this team is still a ways away from really being competitive again. If the Lions can get a lot of draft capital back, it makes a lot of sense for the Lions to trade away the pick. At +135, the Lions are going to trade the 7th overall pick.