Most 1st Round Picks By College Odds

Most 1st Round Picks By College Odds

Its draft week and time to find out which college will produce the most 1st round picks. Keep reading for the latest NFL draft odds and analysis.

Which College Will Have The Most 1st Round Picks?

Alabama Crimson Tide
O 5½ +115
U 5½ -145

5 Alabama players appear destined for the first round. Those 5 players are OT Jedrick Wills, wide receivers Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs III, corner Trevon Diggs, and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Tua has dropped off some team’s draft boards. But the Patratis are supposed to be hot for the Bama signal-caller. Safety Xavier McKinney could get the Round 1 call.

Auburn Tigers
O 1½ +260
U 1½ -350

Derrick Brown, a defensive lineman, should be a Top 10 pick. Brown is 6’ 5” and 326 lbs. He had 55 tackles and 4 sacks last season. Edge Marlon Davidson is another who might get the first round phone call.

Clemson Tigers
O 1½ -260
U 1½ +200

Most mock draft have linebacker Isaiah Simmons in the Top 5. Simmons dominated with 107 tackles, 8 sacks, and 3 interceptions. Isaiah is 6’ 4” and 238 lbs. Few teams in the NFL couldn’t use a player with those physical gifts. Corner A.J. Terrell is another player that could go in Round 1. Some believe Tee Higgins might get the call. But the wide receiver had an awful 40-time.

Georgia
O 1½ -155
U 1½ +125

Tackle Andrew Thomas is the sure-fire Georgia Bulldog to go in the first round. Thomas can play left tackle or right tackle. Even if a team has a strong line, he’s a player they’d consider drafting for depth. Both running back D’Andre Swift and the other tackle, Isaiah Wilson, have gotten some first round mentions.

LSU
O 5½ +270
U 5½ -360

Quarterback Joe Burrow will be the first player taken off the board. Edge K’Lavon Chaisson, linebacker Patrick Queen, corner Kristian Fulton, and wide receiver Justin Jefferson are also possible first round picks. Center Lloyd Cushenberry could sneak into Round 1. So could safety Grant Delpit.

Ohio State
O 2½ +425
U 2½ -610

Two of the picks are obvious. DE Chase Young might be a once in a lifetime player. The 6’ 5” and 264 lbs. player provided 16 ½ sacks last season against some of the best offensive lineman in the country. Corner Jeffrey Okudah is another who could have a hall of fame type career. Okudah is a shutdown corner. He won’t last past pick 5. Another player getting limited discussion as a first round pick is running back J.K. Dobbins.

Oklahoma
O 2 -150
U 2 +120

The two definite Round 1 picks per most draft analysts are wide receiver CeeDee Lamb and linebacker Kenneth Murray. No other Oklahoma player has received much attention for going in the first round.

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