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Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft Odds: Neal Receives 51% Of Bets To Be First Pick

The Jacksonville Jaguars have an interesting decision with the first overall pick. Many believe that Travon Walker or Aidan Hutchinson will be the first pick but when looking at the Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft odds, the public is liking themselves some Evan Neal lately.
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Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft Odds: Neal Receives 51% Of Bets To Be First Pick

The biggest story surrounding the NFL Draft this week has been the rise of Travon Walker. Walker is now far and away the odds on favorite to be selected first overall. He recently dethroned Aidan Hutchinson for that honor but heading into the final days before the draft, the betting public has found an old favorite, Evan Neal.

Yes, Evan Neal who was at one point considered to be a chalk answer is now getting some serious love with just two days to go at +2000 (Bet $100 to win $2000). Here's a look at the latest Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft odds and the first overall pick odds.

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First Overall Pick Odds

NameOddsImplied ChanceBets%
Travon Walker-20066.67%10.13%
Aidan Hutchinson+25028.57%12.66%
Ikem Ekwonu+40020%8.86%
Evan Neal+20004.76%50.76%

Obviously, when you look at the Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft odds for the first overall pick he is a longshot at +2000. That's not stopping bettors though as 50.76% of bets in the last 24 hours have come in on Evan Neal to be the first overall pick in the NFL Draft.

There was once a time when this was a foregone conclusion. Before the Jacksonville Jaguars franchise tagged Cam Robinson many believed that they would use the first pick to protect Trevor Lawrence.

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There's been rumors that Trent Baalke, the General Manager of the Jaguars would prefer to go with Travon Walker while the owner, Shad Khan prefers Aidan Hutchinson. Can they go completely rogue and just draft Evan Neal?

It's not the worst idea, as the Jaguars offensive line wasn't very good last year but it would just go against everything we've heard in recent weeks regarding their plan building out this roster. If they do elect to go with Evan Neal, there are going to be some very happy bettors though I can say that much for certain.


OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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