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Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft Odds: Will Evan Neal Slip Past The Giants?

The New York Giants are picking fifth in the NFL Draft on Thursday night. Will we see Evan Neal go before or after that selection? Here's what the Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft odds have to say about that.
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Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft Odds: Will Evan Neal Slip Past The Giants?

With the fifth pick in the NFL Draft, the New York Giants select...Evan Neal? When looking at the Giants at pick number five it is very evidently a turning point in the draft. The obvious reasoning is because they round out the top five which is usually a baseline measurement (player x is a top-five pick).

But the other reasoning is because what the Giants do at five will impact the team directly behind them and likely the rest of the top 10 depending on who is available. If Evan Neal is there do the Giants take him? Here's a look at the Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft odds and what they have to say.

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Evan Neal 2022 NFL Draft Odds

Draft PositionOddsImplied Chance
Under 5.5+15040%
Over 5.5-20567.21%

Surprisingly, Evan Neal has a 67.21% chance of falling past the New York Giants at pick number five. Considering the Giants had one of the worst lines in football last year, and they need another tackle to pair with Andrew Thomas, it almost makes too much sense to think that Giants will be selecting an offensive lineman.

Perhaps the oddsmakers anticipate Ikem Ekwonu being the selection for New York? I would be pretty surprised though on draft night if Ekwonu makes it past the Texans and Jets and finds his way to pick five.

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Neal feels too easy, unless they decide to go Sauce Gardner at five and wait to take an offenisve lineman at pick number seven? I don't think that makes a ton of sense though because there's a chance the Panthers at pick six, who are also very offensive line needy, could take your guy.

In the past 24 hours, bets on Evan Neal to go first overall have skyrocketed. Having Neal outside the top five would certainly be a head scratcher on Thursday.


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