NFL Draft odds can best be prepared for by looking at the top prospects.
NFL Draft betting has a number of players that could go early in the draft. Let’s take a look at the top prospects for 2009 NFL Draft odds.
NFL Draft odds tell us that Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry is the top prospect on the board. He probably won’t go first overall to Detroit though as they are likely to take Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford who is fourth overall in terms of prospects. Second behind Curry is Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree. He won’t go second and could fall as far as #7 if the Seahawks don’t take him at #4. The third rated prospect in NFL Draft odds is offensive tackle Jason Smith from Baylor. He has shot up the NFL Draft odds board in recent weeks and some people have him has high as #1 or #2 overall. Stafford is #4 followed by cornerback Malcolm Jenkins out of Ohio State. It is unlikely Jenkins will be picked inside the Top 10 though.
Texas defensive end Brian Orakpo is another player rising up the NFL Draft odds board. He could as high as #3 to Kansas City. Offensive tackle Michael Oher is next at #7 in NFL Draft odds prospects although he continues to slip. One player that is rising is Boston College defensive tackle B.J. Raji. He could easily go in the Top 5 in NFL Draft odds despite being the 8th best prospect. Linebacker Rey Maualuga out of USC is listed at #9 followed by Alabama offensive tackle Andre Smith. The fall of Smith from a potential #1 to possibly out of the Top 10 is huge in NFL Draft betting.
The second 10 in NFL Draft betting begins with USC linebacker Brian Cushing. At #11 in NFL Draft odds is Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. Running back Chris Wells from Ohio State is next at #12 in NFL Draft odds followed by Illinois cornerback Vontae Davis. Georgia running back Knowshon Moreno is #14 followed by USC quarterback Mark Sanchez. At #16 in NFL Draft betting is tight end Brandon Pettigrew from Oklahoma State. He is followed in NFL Draft odds by Mississippi defensive tackle Peria Jerry, Florida State linebacker Everette Brown, Florida wide receiver Percy Harvin and Wake Forest cornerback Alphonso Smith who rounds out the Top 20.
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