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2022 NFL Draft Drake London Draft Position Odds: Will Drake London Go Top 10?

Drake London is one of the top wide receivers in the 2022 NFL Draft. Will Drake London go in the top-10 or will he be picked later? Let's look at Drake London's draft position odds.
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2022 NFL Draft Drake London Draft Position Odds: Will Drake London Go Top 10?

When looking at these wide receivers in the 2022 NFL Draft, the consensus is that it doesn't match up to the last two years. Still, despite those claims, there are five or six receivers expected to go in the first round and one of those guys is Drake London out of USC.

London, a former AAU basketball player, provides a unique contested-catch skillset that the rest of the first round receivers can't compare to. Will that be enough to get him off the board in the first 10 picks or will he go a little bit after that? Here's what the oddsmakers have to say for Drake London's draft position odds.

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Drake London Draft Position Odds

Draft PositionOddsImplied Chance
Over 10.5-12555.56%
Under 10.5-10551.22%

The anticipation here is that Drake London will go in the top-10 of this year's draft class. When looking at teams in the top 10 there are two teams that stand out that need help at the wide receiver, the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Jets. If they both go wide receiver in the first round, then yes I would agree that the likelihood of London going in the top-10 is fairly high.

But, if for whatever reason the Atlanta Falcons decided to go another route at pick eight, would the Jets at pick 10 take Drake London over Garrett Wilson? I wouldn't but it's entirely possible that some view Drake London as WR1 of this draft class. He was the Pac-12 offensive player of the year and with these catches, I can understand why that is.

As a junior, in eight games London put up 1,084 yards and seven touchdowns. At six-foot-five 210 lbs, he has a unique ability to highpoint the football which makes any quarterback's life easier when trusting his receiver to go up and make the play. Also, you can't dismiss his ability as a run blocker which many teams will value.

Some question his speed and his ability to separate at the next level, which is a totally fair criticism of his game. If I were to guess, my gut says Garrett Wilson is the only receiver to go in the top 10 with Drake London landing with the Washington Commanders at pick 11.

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