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  • USC QB Caleb Williams is currently the heavy favorite to be selected first-overall
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I have been tracking all the NFL Draft odds and props available across all sportsbooks from the moment they opened. Among others, we will have odds to be taken with the first overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, odds to be a top 5/10 pick, draft position over/unders, first player taken at each position, and many more as the year goes on.

The 2024 NFL Draft is currently set for Thursday, April 25 in Detroit, Michigan.

The NFL Draft odds in the graphs below are an average from multiple sportsbooks and will be updated with every major change. Since there is a ton of information and NFL Draft betting odds on this page, you can use the anchors below to drop down to a specific section.

Odds to Be 1st Pick | 2nd Pick | 3rd Pick | 4th Pick | 5th Pick | Odds to Be a Top 5 Pick | 6th Pick | 7th Pick | 8th Pick | 9th Pick | 10th Pick | Top 10 Pick | Draft Position Over/Unders | First QB | First Non-QB | First RB | First WR | First OL | First Defensive Player | First DL | First CB | First Safety | Position Totals | Player to Be Drafted By a Team Odds

NFL Draft Odds for First Overall Pick

USC’s Caleb Williams, who won the 2022 Heisman Trophy, is heavily favored to go first-overall in the 2024 NFL Draft. Williams is being referred to as a generational talent, but one who has also posted big numbers in college.

Drake Maye always had the second-best odds to go first-overall up until early March when Jayden Daniels surpassed him. However, Caleb Williams is such a heavy favorite that it’s not really worth discussing the smaller moves that have happened behind him in the odds.

Odds to Be First-Overall Pick in NFL Draft

Similar to last year, it is quarterbacks who have always been the top three contenders to be taken first-overall in the 2024 NFL Draft. Caleb Williams of USC is currently the favorite with very short -20000 odds. A $20 bet on Williams would only stand to profit $0.10 and return $20.10. Jayden Daniels and Drake Maye have the second and third-best odds, respectively.

The biggest surprise on the board last fall was Marvin Harrison Jr getting the fourth-best odds to go first-overall at +1500. (He did have the third-best odds for a long time too.) With the Bears holding onto the first pick, his odds have now faded to +20000. The surprise isn’t a slight on Harrison Jr’s talent – he’s a fantastic prospect – but rather a result of only three wide receivers being selected first-overall in the history of the NFL Draft. It has not happened since 1996 when Keyshawn Johnson was taken first-overall by the New York Jets.

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Here are some notes on the odds movement we’ve seen:

  • [April 25] On the day of the NFL Draft, Caleb Williams is an overwhelming favorite to be the first-overall selection with odds as short as -20000.
  • [March 12] Jayden Daniels had been closing the gap between himself and Drake Maye in terms of the second QB to come off the board in the NFL Draft, and while it is bigger news when viewing the odds to be the second-overall pick, it is worth noting Daniels has overtaken Maye for the second-best odds to go first-overall as well. Seeing the Commanders sign Marcus Mariota, a QB who can also run an offense designed for Daniels, was what tipped the scales in the LSU product’s favor.
  • [February 12, 2024] With both the college and NFL seasons now finished, Caleb Williams is breaking away from the pack even further in the odds to be the first pick. Williams’ odds have gotten as short as -1200.
  • [November 14, 2023] While Caleb Williams is still the heavy favorite to go first overall in the draft, Drake Maye has been steadily closing the gap. Maye’s odds were at +500 in the summer and have now improved to +275.
  • [April 28] Caleb Williams has opened as an extremely heavy favorite to be the first-overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. Williams has opened with -550 odds with Drake Maye given the second-best odds at +600.

Previous NFL First Overall Picks

Year 1st Overall Pick
2023 Bryce Young (QB)
2022 Travon Walker (DE)
2021 Trevor Lawrence (QB)
2020 Joe Burrow (QB)
2019 Kyler Murray (QB)

Here are a few trends to note with the first overall pick:

  • Notre Dame, USC, Georgia, and Oklahoma are tied for the most first overall picks coming from their respective schools with five each
  • Here’s the positional breakdown of the 90 total first overall picks: 35 have been quarterbacks, 23 running backs, 16 defensive linemen, six offensive linemen, three wide receivers, two tight ends, four linebackers, and one defensive back
  • The first overall pick has been a quarterback in five of the last six drafts, and seven of the last nine
  • No running back has been selected first overall since Ki-Jana Carter in 1995
  • Three of the last six first overall picks won the Heisman Trophy in their final college season – Bryce Young, Trevor Lawrence, and Travon Walker, the three most recent first overall picks, did not

Odds to Be 2nd-Overall Pick

When it comes to the second-overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, which is currently held by the Washington Commanders, Drake Maye was as heavy as a -140 favorite to be selected with this pick. However, with the Commanders signing Marcus Mariota, a quarterback with similar skills/traits to Daniels and quite opposite of Maye, sportsbooks now believe Washington has tipped their hand for what they’ll do with the second pick. Daniels is now the odds-on favorite to go second-overall with odds as long as -700.

There was a brief moment on Friday (April 19), where Maye and Daniels were both given -115 odds to be the second pick. But that didn’t last long, as Daniels is now heavily favored again.

Odds to Be 3rd-Overall Pick

With the odds to go second-overall now leaning towards Daniels, it is Maye who has become the favorite to go third-overall to the New England Patriots. Maye is given -300 odds to be taken with the third pick. Though, some believe it may not be New England using this pick.

Odds to Be 4th-Overall Pick

The Arizona Cardinals currently hold the fourth-overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft and the odds favor them taking Marvin Harrison Jr. The Ohio State wide receiver is given -275 odds to be the fourth pick. Michigan quarterback JJ McCarthy has the second-best odds at +700.

Odds to Be 5th-Overall Pick

The Los Angeles Chargers currently hold the fifth-overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, and after releasing Mike Williams and trading Keenan Allen, it made a lot of sense for Malik Nabers to be the favorite to be selected with this pick. Nabers was given +230 odds to be the fifth pick.

However, we saw some massive movement one day before the draft, as JC Latham has come out of nowhere to become the new favorite with +250 odds. This is rather unusual when you consider Joe Alt is still given the best odds to be the first offensive lineman off the board.

JJ McCarthy once again has short odds to be taken with this pick, as the Chargers very well could opt to trade back and try to address more holes on their roster. Nabers’ odds have faded to +400 now, the third-best.

Odds to Be a Top 5 Pick

This market would be much more popular with bettors if a sportsbook would allow you to bet either side (yes/no). While players like Jayden Daniels, Drake Maye, and Marvin Harrison Jr are tough to bet, the fifth player to go in the top five is much more uncertain.

There are more players with odds listed than what we display above. You can click through to each sportsbook to see their full offering.

Odds to Be 6th-Overall Pick

With the New York Giants holding the sixth-overall pick in the NFL Draft, Malik Nabers is the favorite to be selected. If the G-Men are going to stick with Daniel Jones / not move up for a QB, they’d be smart to bring in a true #1 wide receiver. Nabers is exactly that.

Odds to Be 7th-Overall Pick

Joe Alt is the favorite to be selected with the seventh-overall pick, which is held by the Tennessee Titans. Brian Callahan brings a much different offensive mindset than Tennessee has had under Mike Vrabel, and they spent big in free agency to provide Will Levis with weapons, namely Calvin Ridley. Sportsbooks strongly believe Tennessee will now make an investment to keep Levis upright.

Odds to Be 8th-Overall Pick

The Atlanta Falcons hold the eighth-overall pick and Dallas Turner is favored to be selected in this spot. The Falcons already had a very exciting arsenal of weapons and added Kirk Cousins in free agency. After recording the 12th-fewest sacks last season, it makes sense for Atlanta to add a great pass-rusher.

We have seen Laiatu Latu’s odds improve steadily as well, and he now has the second-best odds at +230.

Odds to Be 9th-Overall Pick

Two days prior to the draft, we saw a new favorite emerge to be the ninth-overall pick. Byron Murphy is now the favorite with +170 odds.

Wide receiver Rome Odunze was the favorite to be selected with the ninth-overall pick, but now has the second-best odds. The Bears currently hold this pick, and, in spite of adding Keenan Allen, would certainly be a good home for Odunze after they select Caleb Williams with the first pick. It is also very possible another team, perhaps the Buffalo Bills, trade up to acquire this pick.

Odds to Be 10th-Overall Pick

Brock Bowers is heavily favored to be the tenth player selected in the 2024 NFL Draft. The New York Jets currently hold this pick and don’t really have a true receiving threat at tight end right now.

Odds to Be a Top 10 Pick

As I mentioned with the odds to be a top five pick, it would be really nice if a sportsbook would let us bet both sides of the top ten odds. Once again, you can click through to each sportsbook to see even more players with odds.

NFL Draft Position Over/Unders

Sportsbooks were a little slow opening up draft position over/unders this year, but we are now seeing over/unders for most of the players projected to be first-round picks, as well as a handful of second-rounders as well. We will continue adding more below as they become available.

Joe Alt Draft Position

Brock Bowers Draft Position

Taliese Fuaga Draft Position

Olu Fashanu Draft Position

JC Latham Draft Position

Quinyon Mitchell Draft Position

Terrion Arnold Draft Position

Jared Verse Draft Position

Laiatu Latu Draft Position

Brian Thomas Jr Draft Position

Graham Barton Draft Position

Cooper DeJean Draft Position

Adonai Mitchell Draft Position

Xavier Worthy Draft Position

Jer’Zhan Newton Draft Position

Bo Nix Draft Position

Odds to Be First Player Selected at Each Position

We have seen sportsbooks open odds on who the first player selected at each playing position will be in the 2024 NFL Draft. Like above, we have cut down on the number of players being shown for each NFL Draft prop, but you can click through to the sportsbooks to see all the betting options.

Odds to Be First Quarterback Selected

Best Odds
Williams, Caleb