Above average WR in the 2010 NFL Draft

In the past, many NFL betting fans find themselves starved for top NFL receiver talent but they should be able to find plenty of help at that position in this year’s NFL draft. While the 2010 NFL draft class won’t be as rich in receiver talent as some recent classes, there should still be a handful of players that will make an immediate impact and improve their team’s chances in the NFL odds this fall or the next.

At the top of the WR class is former Oklahoma State Cowboy Dez Bryant who despite missing much of the college football betting season due to suspension put together such an impressive body of work through a half season of football betting that he’ll be the first WR taken in the 2010 NFL draft.

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Bryant has prototypical size for a WR in the NFL gambling action (6’2” 225 lb) and is not only athletic but strong. He’s the type player that NFL betting scouts and QBs love as he’s great at fighting for ‘jump balls’ and has terrific hands. That Bryant will be the first WR taken in the NFL draft is all but written in stone and he should be able to have an impact his rookie NFL gambling season.

After Bryant it’s not quite clear who will be the second WR taken in the NFL draft but Golden Tate probably grades out as the second best receiver by most NFL betting experts. His size is a mark against him (5’9” 199 lbs) but his tape and his stats don’t lie. This kid made Jimmie Clausen look like Joe Montana at Notre Dame and will make some NFL wagering franchise very happy. His 4.42 speed at the NFL betting combine also likely sealed his spot in the mid-first round of the upcoming NFL Draft.

After these two WRs, the only player with a 1st round NFL draft skill set is arguably Georgia Tech’s DeMaryious Thomas and maybe, just maybe, USC’s Damian Williams.

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