USC cornerback and pro prospect Adoree’ Jackson is one of the subjects for prop betting ahead of the 2017 NFL Draft.
The annual tradition of laying down prop bets for the NFL Draft continues in 2017, with Adoree’ Jackson one of the subjects for the oddsmakers.
Prop bets available from SportsBettingDime.com include Jackson on two bets as one of the 22 players to accept an invitation to Philadelphia for the draft beginning on Thursday.
The exhilarating three-way star has taken the opportunity to show off his unique fashion sense at awards banquets as the winner of the Thorpe Award and a finalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy. So it’s no surprise that Jackson is among those with strong odds to make the most outrageous fashion statement at the draft this year.
With 8/1 odds, Jackson is the third most likely to stand out. LSU running back Leonard Fournette boasts the highest odds at 4/1, with fellow Tiger Jamal Adams at 5/1 and Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson at 6/1.
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Jackson also is among those listed for a more dubious honor. He has 5/1 odds to be the last player left in the green room, tied with Colorado’s Chidobe Awuzie and behind only Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer, who holds the greatest odds at 11/4.
Though USC has a prestigious draft history, 2017 is not a year which expects numerous high draft picks to add to the Trojans’ tally. Jackson could be a surprise first rounder but he and receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster are both expected to be selected on Day 2.
That may explain, in part, why the Pac-12 features such low odds to lead all conferences with first rounders. The SEC is favored at 2/11 while the Pac-12 sits behind the Big Ten and ACC with 28/1 odds.
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As for notching the most picks through seven rounds, the Pac-12 also lags behind with 30/1 odds, compared to the SEC at 1/6, the ACC at 16/1 and the Big Ten at 21/1.