Current Betting Odds for the 2023 NFL Draft (Kansas City, April 27-29)

Although we’re in the midst of the 2022-2023 NFL Playoffs, oddsmakers are already creating action for the 2023 NFL Draft, which will take place in Kansas City on April 27-29. With the legalization of online sportsbooks all around the country, 2023 NFL mock drafts aren’t the only thing fans are looking ahead to. Bettors can now find 2023 NFL Draft betting odds if they know where to look.

NFL Draft Betting Odds (2023)

NFL fans and betting enthusiasts can choose from several draft pick odds boards at various US legal online sportsbooks. As we get closer to the event, additional betting odds will be released, but here is what we found so far.

NFL Draft Odds 2023 – 1st Overall Pick

Here’s a look at the current NFL Draft betting odds for the first overall pick from DraftKings Sportsbook.

The most popular bet being placed on the 2023 NFL Draft is on who will be the first overall selection. Currently, it’s somewhat of a two-man race between Bryce Young (QB, Alabama) and CJ Stroud (QB, Ohio State), but anything can happen. Unlike NFL Super Bowl odds, these lines should stay somewhat the same unless a big trade or injury is announced.

PlayerPositionCollegeBetting Odds
Bryce YoungQBAlabama-125
CJ StroudQBOhio State+220
Will AndersonLBAlabama+500
Jalen CarterDTGeorgia+700
Will LevisQBKentucky+900
Myles MurphyDEClemson+5000
Paris JohnsonOTOhio State+10000
Peter SkoronskiOTNorthwestern+10000
Bryan BreseeDTClemson+10000
Anthony RichardsonQBFlorida+12000

NFL Draft Betting Odds 2023: Prop Bets?

Currently, at FanDuel Sportsbook, you can also place bets on who you think will be drafted first overall in the 2023 NFL Draft. However, they also state that they will be adding several more 2023 NFL Draft wager options to choose from in the very near future.

They list additional prop bets, including:

  • Odds for when certain players will be selected
  • Odds for IF certain players will be selected
  • Odds for the first drafted player at each position
  • Maybe more?