2024 NFL Draft Odds, Betting Lines: Joe Alt Emerges as Favorite for No. 7 Pick

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The seventh overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft belongs to the Tennessee Titans.

The Titans have an obvious need and that's at offensive tackle. The Taylor Lewan era is long gone in Nashville and the Titans failed to replace him in 2023. Fortunately for the Titans, all of the experts are talking about how great of a draft is for offensive tackles.

There are plenty of tackles to target for the Titans, so let's take a look at the latest odds.

2024 NFL Draft Odds: Updated No. 7 Pick Betting Lines

Odds as of April 25 via BetMGM

PlayerOpening OddsCurrent Odds
Joe Alt-110-165
J.C. Latham+2200+500
Rome Odunze+750+650
Malik Nabers+1100+650
Olumuyiwa Fashanu+900+1400
Brock Bowers+3000+1400
Taliese Fuaga+550+1500
J.J. McCarthy+1200+2000
Michael Penix Jr.OTB+3000
Dallas Turner+1500+4000
Troy Fautanu+10000+5000
Amarius MimsOTB+5000
Jared Verse+6600+5000
Byron MurphyOTB+8000
Quinyon Mitchell+5000+8000
Jayden Daniels+8000+8000
Marvin Harrison Jr.+10000+8000
Bo Nix+8000+10000

Joe Alt -165

Most experts regard Joe Alt as the top tackle in the draft. He started out as a tight end when he arrived at Notre Dame. The conversion to tackle went swimmingly and he will likely hear his name called as a top-10 pick in the NFL Draft.

Most scouts will point out that Alt has only ever played left tackle, which might give some pause to NFL general managers who are looking for a right tackle.

Nevertheless, the Titans will be looking for a left tackle and that's why he's the odds-on favorite to go at No. 7 overall.

J.C. Latham +500

Latham is regarded as one of the top tackles in the draft, along with Alt. Latham started 27 games at right tackle for the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The reason Latham could be targeted high in the draft is because he is a right tackle. The Los Angeles Chargers, for example, are looking specifically for a right tackle, which is why that could be a more likely landing spot.

Rome Odunze +650

The Titans could surprise a lot of people and go with a wide receiver at pick No. 7. If that's the case, Odunze will be a likely option. Or, in another scenario, a team could trade with the Titans and take Odunze at No. 7.

Odunze would likely be one of the top wide receivers off the board if he were in a different draft class. Marvin Harrison Jr. and Malik Nabers are two of the top receiver prospects the NFL has seen in years. That puts Odunze in a tier of his own as the third receiver.

Odunze led the country in receiving yards this past season with 1,640. He also caught 13 touchdown passes.

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