NFL Draft Odds Full of Winners


NFL draft odds are on the minds of bettors now that the Masters has ended and the NBA is off for a day before the play-in tournament starts. Soon, bettors will be talking about the NBA playoff race, but those looking for some NFL action in April will find it. NFL draft odds have been up for some time now and it’s time to take a good look at what’s available.

Former USC QB Caleb Williams continues to be the -10000 favorite to be the first pick in this year’s draft. NFL draft odds have had Williams favored to go No. 1 since they were released. The Chicago Bears hold the first pick and made room for Williams by trading away former starter Justin Fields to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Fields was the 11th pick in the 2021 draft. 

NFL Draft Odds Full of Winners
Caleb Williams is projected to go No. 1 in the 2024 NFL draft.

The first overall pick is not the only NFL draft odds available. There are a number of different markets available. There are NFL draft odds for No. 2 pick, the No. 3 pick, etc. all the way to No. 10. There are also markets for Top 5 and Top 10 picks as well as To Be a First Round Pick. Bettors can find NFL draft odds for the First WR Drafted, First RB Drafted, and so on. There are also NFL draft odds on the total number of picks from the various conferences. 

A Preview of NFL Draft Odds

As mentioned, Williams’ NFL draft odds make him an overwhelming favorite to go No. 1 in this year’s draft. While that bet isn’t all that enticing, there are plenty of others from which to choose. A few of the more interesting NFL draft odds markets include the total number of players at certain positions as well as the specific team to draft a certain player. Let’s look at a few examples of 2024 NFL draft odds. 

The Total Number of Quarterbacks Drafted in Round 1 is set at 4.5. The NFL draft odds on the Over are -210. The Under is set at +154. If you like only four quarterbacks to go in Round 1, you might find some value on the Under. A $100 bet at those NFL draft odds will pay out a total of $254.

NFL Draft Odds Full of Winners
NFL draft odds for the Total No. of QBs Drafted in Round 1.

Former Michigan QB JJ McCarthy’s stock has continued to rise. It is projected that the Minnesota Vikings will look to trade up to select McCarthy somewhere in the top five to ten picks. The NFL draft odds for McCarthy to be picked by Minnesota are +125. Next on the board is New England at +270. There is a lot of speculation that the Patriots will take a quarterback in the first round.

Cappers Breaking the Bank

It was another day of Sports Hub handicappers breaking bank vaults on Sunday. Knup Sports led the pack with a $643 day while putting a hurting on the MLB and NBA markets. Sas Insider continues to absolutely crush the books and our MMA accounts had bets that carried over into Sunday from UFC 300. If you had played MMA Prime and MMA Free, you would have gone 12-3 and collected $791. That’s not a bad day!

Let’s see how our top cappers did yesterday.

NFL Draft Odds Full of Winners
Yesterday’s Top 5
  • Dialed in: Knup Sports turned in a great performance, going 10-4 on NBA and MLB picks Knup Sports turned a profit of $643 for its efforts yesterday.
  • The onslaught continues: If you’re smart, you’re checking to see what Sas Insider is betting on every day. Yesterday, Sas Insider went 19-12 on 31 picks and took home another $595. Over the last 30 days, Sas Insider is winning over 55 percent of its picks and is up a remarkable $3891.
  • MMA Prime: Our handicapper known as MMA Prime has not lost a pick in the last month. With a 4-0 mark on Sunday, that streak continues. MMA Prime is now 27-0 over the last 30 days and has earned profits of over $2800.
  • MMA Free: MMA Free offers free picks for just about every UFC event. This time, MMA Free went 8-3 and earned $391. 
  • Uncle Sal: I mean, you knew Sal Lombardi would be hanging around the Top 5. Uncle Sal, as he is known to many of us, went 5-2 yesterday and added $290 to his bankroll. Over the last three days, Sal is up $660. 

Scheffler Dons Green Jacket, NBA Sorts Itself Out

The final round of the Masters was yesterday and a familiar face earned the coveted green jacket. It was a wild day in the NBA. It was the final day of the regular season and 15 of the 20 available postseason spots were finally solved. The play-in tournament is set and the top six seeds are all good to go.

Let’s check trending sports news.

  • Scheffler wins Masters: There’s a reason why Scottie Scheffler is the world’s No. 1-ranked golfer. Now, he’s a two-time Masters champion. Scheffler shot a final round 68 to dominate the competition, winning by four strokes.
  • OKC grabs No. 1 seed: Oklahoma City beat Dallas yesterday and, coupled with Minnesota’s loss to Phoenix, the Thunder secured the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs. OKC and Denver ended up with identical 57-25 records, but the Thunder held the tiebreaker over the Nuggets. Minnesota will be the No. 3 seed.
  • Knicks take No. 2 seed: In the Eastern Conference, Milwaukee lost to Orlando and the Knicks beat the Bulls in overtime. That gave New York the No. 2 seed and moved the Bucks to No. 3. Orlando avoided the play-in tournament and will be the No. 5 seed. 
  • MLB rookie gets first hit: Baltimore called up rookie Jackson Holliday last week. The first pick in the 2022 draft, Holliday finally recorded his first MLB hit yesterday. Holliday singled in the seventh inning and then scored the go-ahead run in the Orioles 6-4 win over Milwaukee yesterday.

What’s on the Schedule Today

While we sit back and watch the NFL draft odds, we can also check out odds for today’s games. The NBA is off before tomorrow’s play-in tournament begins, but there is still enough out there to make a buck or two tonight.

Here’s what you could be betting on tonight.

  1. MLB: All 30 teams are in action tonight, which is kind of rare for a Monday during the MLB season. Cleveland is at Boston for an early 11:10 a.m. start time on this Patriot’s Day. That’s because the Boston Marathon is being run today. By the time the Guardians and Red Sox are finished, fans will be able to catch the end of the race. Washington is in Los Angeles to face the Dodgers in today’s final game which starts at 10:10 p.m. ET.
  2. Final week of the NHL season: This is it. Four days remain in the 2023-24 NHL regular season. The Western Conference playoff field is set. In the East, five teams – Detroit, New York Islanders, Washington, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia – are still alive. Three of those teams – Detroit, Washington, and Pittsburgh – play tonight. Minnesota is at Los Angeles in the ESPN game tonight. The puck drops at 9:30 p.m. ET.
  1. Slow soccer day: Chelsea will face Everton in a Premier League match today. There are also matches in La Liga and Serie A. That’s the only action in any of the world’s top soccer leagues. There is a lot of South American soccer today. Check out our picks database and see what our soccer handicappers are betting on.
  2. Tennis: The men are now playing the first round in the BMX Open in Munich and in the Barcelona Open. There are qualifying finals in the Tiriac Open in Bucharest as well as first round action today. The women are now playing the first round at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix and the Open Capfinances Rouen Metropole in France. Qualifying finals and the first round of the Oeiras Ladies Open in Portugal are also today.

That’s it for today. It’s a light schedule, but it’s the perfect time to take a long look at the NFL draft odds. The draft will be here before you know it. It’s just 10 days away. The NFL draft will start at 8 p.m. ET on April 25 and will be held in downtown Detroit. 

Check out the NFL draft odds and make sure to read Sports Hub’s 2024 NFL Draft Guide to get ready for all the action starting on April 25.