Super Bowl LII Odds: Nelson Agholor features on prop bets

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What Super Bowl LII prop bets involve former USC Football star Nelson Agholor? The Eagles wide receiver should be a factor in the championship action.

Super Bowl LII will kickoff from Minneapolis on Sunday with former USC Football star Nelson Agholor on the field looking to make the most of his big game opportunity.

Bettors who put their faith in Agholor with one of the many prop bets available for the Super Bowl certainly hope he does.

The Eagles receiver has 66/1 odds to be the Super Bowl LII MVP, per OddsShark. That’s the ninth best odds on the board, for what it’s worth, behind the obvious favorite Tom Brady and the likes of Nick Foles, Rob Gronkowski and others.

Were he to beat the odds and earn that honor, Agholor would become the fourth Trojan to be the Super Bowl MVP, following in the footsteps of Lynn Swann, Marcus Allen and Malcolm Smith.

Nelson Agholor’s Super Bowl LII Odds

MVP: 66/1First to score TD: 18/1First Eagle to score TD: 6/1Score at any time: 9/4Total receiving yards: O/U 55.5Total receptions: O/U 3.5

He also has the fifth best odds to be the first player to score a touchdown and the third-best odds to be the first Eagle to reach the endzone, which isn’t that hard to imagine considering he has the second-most receiving touchdowns on the team this season.

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Agholor’s odds to score a touchdown at any time during the game are 9/4, which are eighth among all players.

Oddsmakers set the over/under for Agholor’s receiving line at 3.5 catches and 55.5 yards. That’s right around his season average of 3.7 receptions and 47.2 yards per game, both of which are career highs for the third-year receiver. In the playoffs, he has averaged three catches for 41.5 yards.

Agholor has bested those totals a few times this season as well, with seven games of four catches or more and six games with 56 yards or more.

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Super Bowl LII will air on NBC at 3:30 p.m. PT at U.S. Bank Stadium. Tune in to see how Agholor and the Eagles fare.