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2022 NFL Draft Number 5 Overall Pick Odds: Giants Expected to Go Offensive Line

The New York Giants hold the fifth pick in the NFL Draft. Here's a look at the 2022 NFL draft number 5 overall pick odds.
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2022 NFL Draft Number 5 Overall Pick Odds: Giants Expected to Go Offensive Line

The New York Giants have a new general manager and a new head coach with the rebuild starting with two draft picks in the top-10. It's not a bad way for Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll to get things started. This team has some holes on both sides of the line of scrimmage but it seems like offensive line is the way they're expected to go first.

The oddsmakers agree with that notion. Here's a look at the 2022 NFL Draft number 5 overall pick odds.

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2022 NFL Draft Number 5 Overall Pick Odds

NameOddsImplied Chance
Evan Neal+30025%
Ikem Ekwonu+30025%
Ahmad Gardner+35022.22%
Charles Cross+50016.67%
Kayvon Thibodeaux+60014.29%
Travon Walker+80011.11%
Jermaine Johnson+14006.67%
Derek Stingley+20004.76%

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Evan Neal +300 (Bet $100 to win $300)

First up we have the big boy from Alabama, Evan Neal. At 6'7" and 337 pounds he is an absolute unit of a human being. He's played both left tackle and right tackle so it would be dependent on what the Giants want to do with Andrew Thomas. Last year, Pro Football Focus ranked the Giants offensive line 30th in the NFL with Andrew Thomas as the only plus starter at Left Tackle.

My assumption would be that Neal would play RT and Thomas will stick at LT but theoretically if the new regime wants their guy to play LT they could certainly do that too.

Ikem Ekwonu +300 (Bet $100 to win $300)

If Ikem Ekwonu is somehow on the board for the Giants at pick five they will run that card in. Ekwonu is arguably the best player in this draft class and is one of the most elite run blockers that we've seen at the college level over the past few years.

He's a versatile player playing both guard and tackle at a high level at N.C. State and while he could probably be an excellent guard my guess would that he would be the bookend tackle if he was drafted by the G-Men fifth overall.

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