NFL Draft Odds & 7 Prop Bets For Rounds 2-3 on Friday

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  • Betting Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft? Analyst Matthew Freedman outlines his seven favorite props still offering value.
  • Find out which prospects he's betting to be the first running back and first wide receiver selected on Friday.

NFL Draft prop betting guru Matthew Freedman tweeted out his favorite Day 2 props on Friday morning. While some lines moved quickly after he shared those picks, there are still seven bets he likes for Rounds 2-3 on Friday. Those are outlined below.


2021 NFL Draft Odds & Prop Bets

Kellen Mond Over 74.5 (-116) at FanDuel
Davis Mills Over 60.5 (-128) at FanDuel
Kyle Trask Over 70.5 (-115) at PointsBet

Quarterbacks fall in the NFL Draft — especially non-elite quarterbacks. These are me adding to earlier positions on this trio.

Next RB Drafted: Javonte Williams (-500) at PointsBet

The gap between Williams and the other available backs is absolutely massive. He’s closer to the tier of backs that includes Najee Harris and Travis Etienne, how were both draft on Day 1, than the other backs who will go on Day 2.

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Falcons Next Pick: RB (+350) at DraftKings

The Falcons could use a running back, and with their first Day 2 selection coming three picks into the second round at 35th overall, Williams fits the draft range. He’s the clear top running back left on the board.

Next WR Drafted: Elijah Moore (-225) at PointsBet

Moore was a consensus Round 1 prospect among sharp mockers this year. His slide into Day 2 should not last long. And if the best WR off the board is not Moore, it will likely by Terrace Marshall, Amon St. Brown, Rondale Moore or Dyami Brown.

Trevon Moehrig No. 1 Safety (-500) at PointsBet

He didn’t go in Round 1, but Moehrig is way above Jevon Holland and Richie Grant on most big boards as the top safety in the class.

This is still one of my favorite bets for the entire draft.

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