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South Point posts NFL Draft propositions

By VSiN Staff

April 10, 2017 07:20 PM
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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is known for handing out numerous bear hugs to first-round picks on draft night, but that's not a prop bet in Nevada.

No specific players are mentioned, per Nevada Gaming Control Board guidelines, but proposition wagering on the NFL Draft is now open for business.

The draft will be held April 27 to 29 in Philadelphia, and Nevada books must stop accepting action the night before the first round.

“Given the public’s interest in the NFL Draft, and you couple that with the ability to make a wager now, there’s no doubt people will participate,” VSiN oddsmaker Vinny Magliulo said.

How many players selected in the first round will receive a bear hug on stage from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell? Sorry, but there is no prop for that.

Oddsmakers at the South Point sports book posted these 10 props on Monday:

* Total number of Alabama players selected in the first round of the draft: 4.5 (Over minus-140; Under plus-120)

* Total number of Louisiana State players selected in the first round: 2.5 (Over plus-110; Under minus-130)

* Total number of Southeastern Conference players selected in the first round: 11.5 (Over plus-100; Under minus-120)

* Conference to have more first-round selections:
SEC minus-5.5 (-110)
Pac-12 plus-5.5 (-110)

* Conference to have more first-round selections:
SEC minus-4.5 (-110)
Big Ten plus-4.5 (-110)

* Conference to have more first-round selections:
Pac-12 plus-0.5 (plus-130)
Big Ten minus-0.5 (-150)

* Will there be more offensive or defensive players selected in the first round:
Offensive plus-5.5 (-120)
Defensive minus-5.5 (plus-100)

* Total number of quarterbacks drafted in the first round: 3.5 (Over plus-110; Under minus-130)

* Total number of running backs drafted in the first round: 2.5 (Over minus-180; Under plus-160)

* When will the first placekicker be selected in the draft:
Rounds 1-3 (-110)
Rounds 4-7 (-110)
* For all conference props, players represent the school for which they last played.

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