The 2020 NFL Draft is in full swing and it's hard to contain our collective excitement here at SI. We're sure you're feeling the same way as well.
The rest of the sports world is on hold right now, so there isn't much to bet on unless you like wagering on Madden simulations or ping pong. Fortunately, there are a plethora of NFL Draft prop bets available for bettors to sate their appetite.
We've broken down dozens of props so far and have collected them all below. Here's our one-stop shop for SI Gambling's 2020 NFL Draft betting props for Night 2 of the draft.
Please note that the below odds are current as of April 24, but odds in each article reflect the original publish date.
FIRST DAY 2 QB TAKEN
There's a lot of momentum about a team like the Pittsburgh Steelers taking Jalen Hurts in Round 2. It seems like Hurts and Jacob Eason are the only real choices here.
FIRST DAY 2 RB TAKEN
Many were shocked to see D'Andre Swift not only still on the board for Day 2, but not the first RB taken overall. He's the heavy favorite (-300) to be next off the board, but it may be worth putting a half-unit on Jonathan Taylor at a better price (+250).
FIRST TIGHT END TAKEN
A combined six tight ends were selected in the first round in the previous three drafts, but that streak ended this year.
FIRST SAFETY TAKEN
Several teams, including Detroit, Arizona and Tampa Bay, will be aiming to improve their pass defense during the draft. Here is a breakdown of which safety prospects have a shot at being selected first.
FIRST KICKER TAKEN
Kickers are people too. It's a longshot to hear any of the names called on Day 2 of the 2020 NFL Draft. However, the potential to win the starting job and make an immediate impact is there.
DRAFT POSITION PROPS
Hurts falls in behind several quarterbacks in a talent-rich draft pool. What round will he be drafted in?
Where will Washington Huskies QB Jacob Eason be selected during the 2020 NFL Draft? Let's explore the possibilities.
Fromm enters the 2020 NFL draft after playing 43 games (42 starts) over three seasons at Georgia. Big game success was a mixed bag for Fromm as he was 1-2 in SEC Championship games and 1-1 in College Football Playoff contests.
Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor is viewed as one of the top rated running back prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft. When will he come off the board?
Swift is arguably the best running back in this entire class and is favored to be the first running back taken. He’s incredibly shifty, boasts excellent speed and is one of the best pass-catching backs in the draft. Where will he go?
J.K. Dobbins enters the 2020 NFL draft following a record-setting career at Ohio State. Dobbins posted a school-record 1,403 rushing yards as a rare true-freshman starter for the Buckeyes in 2017.
Despite a disappointing season for the Seminoles, Akers still excelled and posted his second consecutive 1,000-plus yard season in 2019, rushing for 1,144 and 14 touchdowns. When will he go during the draft?
A name many thought would be a Day 1 selection is Clemson standout Tee Higgins. The Tigers have produced more than their fair share of stud wide receivers lately (DeAndre Hopkins, Sammy Watkins, Mike Williams). Will Higgins' name be added to the list?
The 6-foot-1, 227-pound Shenault has a high football IQ, is a future leader on offense, and has experience at all three receiver spots. He's deceptively quick attacking off coverage, has strong hands and runs through arm tackles to boost his RAC numbers.
MICHAEL PITTMAN JR.
If there's one word that can be used to describe Pittman, it's "solid." He lacks the speed and separation skills to be a true WR1 in the NFL but does so many other things well.
Kmet is a versatile tight end with a skill set to split out wide as a receiver or line up on the end as a run blocker or pass protector. Quick and agile for big man, Kmet (6-foot-6, 262) showed well at the NFL combine.
LSU's Thaddeus Moss, the son of Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss, ranks among this year’s top tight end prospects. When will he be drafted?
Uche has good strength and energy as well as an understanding of how to attack blocking schemes. His value has really risen over the past couple of weeks, mainly because of how good he looked during the Senior Bowl.
There are plenty of teams in need of a pass-rushing boost. Don't be surprised to see Okwara come off the board early in Round 2. Lean slightly to the under (-110) on this prop.
McKinney can guard receivers in man coverage and does well against tight ends and running backs. To put it simply, McKinney is always around the football and has a knack for making big plays in big moments.