Pro Football 2020 Draft: Latest Odds, Trends for Head-to-Head Props

William Hill released several new 2020 NFL draft props last week in Nevada, including nine different head-to-head props of which player will be drafted before the other.

Tua Tagovailoa vs. Justin Herbert headlined those head-to-head props, with the Alabama product opening as a -150 favorite to be taken before his Oregon counterpart. Herbert, on the other hand, was at +130. Fast-forward one week later, however, and now the two quarterbacks listed at -110 apiece. 

Herbert has drawn 56% of the total number of tickets and 51% of the total dollars wagered for this prop.

Yet the head-to-head prop with the biggest odds shift involves two safeties. LSU’s Grant Delpit opened as -700 chalk to be drafted before Minnesota’s Antoine Winfield Jr., who was +500. The underdog has gained considerable ground, though, as Winfield Jr. is now just +130 while Delpit is -150.

Winfield Jr. has attracted 82% of the total number of tickets and 77% of the total dollars wagered. That includes one bettor who placed $500 on Winfield Jr. +500, which would net $3,000 if the Minnesota safety hears his name called first.

While Winfield Jr. has received the highest percentage of the total number of tickets among all players listed in the head-to-head props, it’s an SEC running back who leads the way for total dollars wagered.

D’Andre Swift is currently -170 to be drafted ahead of Jonathan Taylor after opening at -120, and bettors haven’t been shy with backing the Georgia star. Swift has gotten 95% of the total dollars wagered as well as 71% of the total number of tickets. 

Check out the latest odds and trends for William Hill’s head-to-head draft props below, which are available in Nevada.

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