NFL Draft Odds, Props & Latest Mock Drafts For Matt Corral: Where Will Ole Miss Quarterback Be Selected?

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Matt Corral was looked at as one of the top quarterback prospects in this year's NFL Draft for much of his college season and the start of the draft process.

He has slowly been falling down draft boards and recent reports and mock drafts suggest he won't be selected in the first round.

The Ole Miss quarterback currently has the fourth-highest to be the first quarterback selected at WynnBet and BetMGM. He is currently +1000 at WynnBet and +1600 at BetMGM.

Most books have the over/under for quarterbacks set at either 3.5 (juiced to the under) and 3. Corral could possibly be the decider for some overs as it appears he is most likely to be the fourth quarterback taken off the board. BetMGM currently has quarterbacks selected in the first round at 3.5 (-300 under, +210 over).

PointsBet has QBs in the first round at 2.5 (+190 under, -250 over).

Corral has not been able to sneak into any first in any of the recent high-profile mock drafts. In Matt Miller's seven-round mock draft that was released on Tuesday, he had Corral going 40th overall to the Seattle Seahawks.

Corral went 34th overall to the Detroit Lions in a recent CBS Sports mock draft that was posted by Ryan Wilson.

PointsBet has posted Corral's over/under at 32.5 (-150 over, +115 under), putting him right on the edge of a first round pick.

Circa Sports posted Corral's over/under at 32.5 (-115 on both sides). That line has since moved to 33.5 and is juiced towards the over (-150). That would indicate that some sharp money is coming in on the over.

DraftKings also has their over/under for Corral at 33.5 (-145 over, +110 under).

It appears that Corral will most likely go at the top end of the second round.

But it's not out of the question that a team could jump into the late first round to get him and the extra protected year on his contract, we have seen that happen plenty of times before with quarterbacks.

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