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NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds: Kenny Pickett Favored on First Release

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Rookie Odds
Kenny Pickett +550
Malik Willis +600
Drake London +700
Treylon Burks +700
Garrett Wilson +700
Jameson Williams +700
Kenneth Walker III +1000
Breece Hall +1000
Chris Olave +1000
Jahan Dotson +1400
Sam Howell +1400
Desmond Ridder +1400
Isaiah Spiller +2200
Matt Corral +2200
Skyy Moore +3300
Carson Strong +4200
Kyren Williams +4200
Dameon Pierce +5000
John Metchie III +5000
Christian Watson +5000
Jalen Tolbert +5000

*Odds courtesy of FanDuel, only showing +5000 or below

As the first round of the NFL draft wraps up, sportsbooks have begun posting the odds for Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Kenny Pickett, who was drafted 20th overall to the Pittsburgh Steelers, is the favorite to win ROY at +550 on FanDuel.

Malik Willis, who failed to go in the first round, is the second favorite to win Rookie of the Year at +600 on FanDuel. Although the team he is playing for remains unclear, Willis was considered by many to be the top quarterback in the draft.

The more he slides down the draft, the more likely it becomes that he ends up sitting behind a veteran quarterback for his rookie season.

After the top quarterbacks, there is a four-way tie between four wide receivers at +700: Drake London (Falcons), Treylon Burks (Titans), Garrett Wilson (Jets) and Jameson Williams (Lions).

Williams is recovering from a torn ACL.

Then it’s a couple of running backs that have yet to find a landing spot at +1000 in Breece Hall and Kenneth Walker III. Wide receiver Chris Olave, who was taken 11th overall to the New Orleans Saints, is also at +1000 to win Rookie of the Year.

Jahan Dotson is the only other player on the odds board that was selected in the first. He is +1400 to win ROY after being selected 16th overall to the Washington Commanders.

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