NFL Pro Football 2020 Odds Big 12 vs. PAC 12 More 1st Round Picks?

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The NFL draft is on target to go on Thursday August 23rd with the league hopeful with an early September start. A look at the odds on which conference will have more first round picks between the Big 12 and PAC 12.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Big 12 conference favored by -1/2 with the return at -320 odds. PAC 12 is lined at +1/2 bringing back +240 odds.

There are three Big 12 players rated in the Top 32 of draft prospects. There are 32 picks in the first round. Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is the highest projected Big 12 player in the draft. He started all three seasons with the Sooners and coming off a monster 2019 campaign where he made 62 catches for 21.4 yards per completed pass. Projected also as first round talent is linebacker Kenneth Murray of the Oklahoma Sooners. Murray saw significant action in all three seasons with Oklahoma. He registered four sacks and 17 tackles for a loss. He displays good speed says the scouts but must improve on fighting off blockers. Defensive linemen Ross Blacklock is projected as first round material. He has played two full seasons at TCU as Blacklock missed the 2018 campaign with Achilles tendon injury. The Horned Frogs defensive linemen is liked by the scouts based on his ability to shut down the run and get to the quarterback.

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PAC 12 has two players projected to be selected in the first round and a player taken first in the second round. Topping the list of prospects in the first round for the PAC 12 is Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert. The signal caller surprised many last offseason by returning for his senior season. He had reason to return as Herbert had issues with accuracy. Justin Herbert cleaned that up last year by completing 66.8% of his passes with 32 touchdowns and six picks. Arizona St wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk is rated as first round quality. A Junior College transfer who had a strong senior season with 65 receptions with 18.3 yards per completion. He was receiving passes for a true freshman quarterback who struggled the first half of the season. USC offensive lineman Austin Jackson is a possible first round pick. Five linemen are projected to be selected in the first round. Draft experts like Jackson’s ability to block edge rushers.

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