Tonight, the lives of 32 football players will change forever, as the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft takes place. The Jaguars are on the clock, with edge rusher looking to be their positional target. This isn’t a strong quarterback draft class, and the NFL Draft odds don’t project this to be a highly-coveting running back class either.
Most mock drafts have a minimum of five wide receivers being picked in the first round, while almost no one is projecting an RB selection until the second round. BetUS Sportsbook has 2022 NFL Draft odds to bet on who will be the first running back drafted, as well as how many running backs will go on the first day.
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Kenneth Walker Projection: 57th to Buffalo Bills. Full Kenneth Walker draft profile available HERE.
Isaiah Spiller Projection: 83rd to Philadelphia Eagles. Full Isaiah Spiller draft profile available HERE.
Breece Hall Tops NFL Draft Odds to Be First RB Drafted
NFL Draft odds can be found and bet at BetUS Sportsbook.
Breece Hall, Iowa State (-250)
Kenneth Walker, Michigan State (+200)
Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M (+1200)
Zamir White, Georgia (+4000)
Rachaad White, Arizona State (+4000)
2022 NFL Draft Odds to Be the 2nd RB Drafted
Kenneth Walker, Michigan State (-225)
Breece Hall, Iowa State (+200)
Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M (+600)
James Cook, Georgia (+1000)
Isaih Pacheco, Rutgers (+4000)
NFL Draft Odds for Total Running Backs Picked in Round 1
For more 2022 NFL Draft coverage and player profiles, check out our NFL Draft page.