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NFL Rookie WR Props: Yards, TD Over/Unders for Garrett Wilson, Drake London, Chris Olave, Treylon Burks, Jahan Dotson

NFL Rookie WR Props: Yards, TD Over/Unders for Garrett Wilson, Drake London, Chris Olave, Treylon Burks, Jahan Dotson article feature image
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We had a feeling the wide receiver domino would fall relatively early in the 2022 NFL Draft. Six ultimately went off the board in Round 1, all in the top 18.

Despite being only 32 picks into the cycle, oddsmakers already unveiled rookie player props for five wide outs: Drake London (Falcons), Garrett Wilson (Jets), Chris Olave (Saints), Jahan Dotson (Washington) and Treylon Burks (Titans).

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Drake London Rookie Player Props

Receiving Yards: 739.5
Receiving TDs: 4.5

The Falcons are tall on the outside. Really tall.

They had their pick of the litter at No. 8, and wound up plucking the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year.

If Atlanta’s offense can scrape together enough yards to get anywhere remotely close to the end zone, it has two monster targets to feed in London (6-5) and tight end Kyle Pitts (6-6).

Garrett Wilson Rookie Player Props

Receiving Yards: 749.5
Receiving TDs: 3.5

Wilson was in contention to be the first receiver off the board. His yard mark essentially mirrors London’s, but perhaps he was shorted in the touchdown category due to measuring in six inches shorter.

That didn’t limit the Ohio State standout in college, though — he hauled in six touchdowns over his final six games, and 13 overall last season, in a variety of fashions.

C.J. Stroud with a 25-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson. Ohio State up 10-7 pic.twitter.com/cAeh2y8woU

— The Buckeye Nut (@TheBuckeyeNut) November 27, 2021

Chris Olave Rookie Player Props

Receiving Yards: 719.5
Receiving TDs: 3.5

Wilson managed to post ridiculous numbers in Columbus despite sharing the field with Olave, a trade-up pick by the Saints at No. 11 overall.

New Orleans will happily distribute immediate reps to the rookie, considering the need for wide receiver production. However, there’s potentially a wide range of outcomes catching passes from a volatile Jameis Winston.

Jahan Dotson Rookie Player Props

Receiving Yards: 709.5
Receiving TDs: 4.5

Dotson’s draft spot over/under was roughly 29.5, but Washington had a need a at receiver and snagged the Penn State product with pick No. 16.

Dotson owns the lowest yardage total on the board among the first-round receivers sans Jameson Williams.

Treylon Burks Rookie Player Props

Receiving Yards: 869.5
Receiving TDs: 5.5

Burks owns both the highest yard and touchdown over/unders across the board.

One of the most-common comps out of college was Titans receiver A.J. Brown.

Surprise! Burks will replace him in the Titans offense after Tennessee dealt Brown to Philly on draft night.

The former Razorback was a walking highlight reel in college, fresh off a season with north of 1,100 yards and 12 total scores.

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