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The hopes and dreams of many NFL fans come alive every April, and the 2024 NFL Draft is no exception.

This year, there are plenty of tantalizing prospects at the quarterback position, with at least six potential franchise QB’s ready to be chosen.

And Bovada’s 2024 NFL Draft odds are right there for all the rounds, all the wheeling and dealing – and maybe all the winning!

Let’s dive in to see where you can make a splash in the draft…


This year’s NFL Draft odds start with one of the most obvious number-one picks in years, USC’s Caleb Williams.

He’s a whopping -20,000 to be the first pick overall. Williams was already a big favorite to go number one even before the college season started, and now that the Chicago Bears – who hold the first pick – shipped out their starter Justin Fields, it seems even more obvious.

Williams can do it all. He won the Heisman in his first year at USC, and last season he had an epic 30 TDs versus just 5 interceptions, as well as over 3,600 yards passing.

What could make Williams slip down a notch or two in the draft? He tends to go off-script and improvise often – which might work against college talent, but NFL defenders are a whole different ball game.

Overall, virtually all the top NFL Draft odds pickers have Williams as the overwhelming favorite to go first. Bettors might find more value elsewhere, so let’s keep digging.


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Another electric quarterback, Jayden Daniels’ NFL Draft odds as the potential number pick are next-closest to those of Caleb Williams. Daniels is +2500 to be taken with the first pick, and -150 to go number two.

Daniels is the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, leading the entire nation in touchdowns with 50. Oh, he also led the country in total yards with almost 5,000, including over 1,000 yards rushing.

On the other hand, given the amount of QB talent in the 2024 NFL Draft, some pro sites have Daniels sliding down to the ninth pick overall! So choose wisely.


The odds-on favorite at Bovada to go number three in the 2024 NFL Draft, UNC’s Drake Maye is another top quarterback prospect with many teams interested.

At -145, the odds for Maye to go third are high in oddsmakers’ eyes. He lacks a bit of the star power of Williams and the sheer athleticism of Daniels, but he threw for over 4,000 yards two years ago and even led the Tar Heels in rushing. In 2023, his numbers dropped, but he wasn’t considered to be 100% healthy, with a sore ankle.

That shouldn’t scare off too many GMs, though; all the top sites have Maye in or around their top 5 picks for this year’s draft. He’s the type of pocket passer that has long been coveted in the NFL. If you think the recent buzz around Maye is promising, he’s currently at +125 to hurdle Daniels and be taken second overall.


Ok, let’s talk about our first non-QB!

Marvin Harrison Jr. is the best wide receiver prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft, and some are saying he’s the best WR to come along in a decade.

He comes from a solid receiving pedigree – his dad, Marvin Harrison Sr is in the NFL Hall of Fame. He won the 2023 Biletnikoff Award as the most outstanding college receiver in the country too.

For all those off-the-field accolades, he’s the top choice to go fourth, currently at -210 in our NFL Draft odds. It’s thought that the teams needing a franchise QB will all pick in the top three and the next team will catch Harrison Jr.


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After the first four picks, it’s a bit of the Wild West regarding NFL Draft odds. By this time in the draft, trades might have been made and the most obvious picks are already off the board.

Malik Nabers is the latest wide receiver from the WR factory, known as LSU. Recent graduates like Justin Jefferson, Ja’Marr Chase, and others are already putting up big numbers, and Nabers looks to be following in their fleet’s footsteps.

He also lost out to Harrison Jr. for the Biletnikoff award by one vote in 2023, so he’s got an extra edge to prove himself as a big-time NFL receiver.

Nabers is currently at +200 to go fifth, and if you think he can jump ahead of Harrison Jr., his NFL Draft odds to go fourth jump up to +1800. And if you go with that bet, there’s added value in making a second wager of +650 for choosing Nabers as the first non-QB to be selected.


If you’re looking for other ways to play the NFL Draft game – Bovada’s ready for that too.

You can bet the over/under for a player’s draft position, by team, if a player will make it into the top 5 or 10 players picked, and tons more.

It’s easy to find odds on which players will join your favorite team too. It’s all part of the fun of betting on the NFL Draft – the game within the game.

Take the Denver Broncos for example. They unloaded Russell Wilson this offseason, and with their 12th pick, they won’t get their hands on Williams, Maye, or Daniels.

But Bo Nix might be around, and he’s currently at +105 to be headed to Mile High Country. Then again, there’s talk of the Broncos coveting J.J. McCarthy, even trading up for him. Suddenly, McCarthy’s +500 odds of being Sean Payton’s next QB look pretty sweet.

The categories and intrigue go on and on, so set up your own NFL Draft war room, crunch those numbers, and be ready for everything!


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