Odds to Be First Running Back Selected in 2022 NFL Draft Favor Breece Hall Over Kenneth Walker III
The 2022 NFL Draft is only a few weeks away, opening the door for collegiate athletes to begin their professional careers. This year's crop of running back prospects is intriguing and FanDuel Sportsbook's latest odds help indicate which one could be the first off the board.
FanDuel Sportsbook is currently favoring Iowa State's Breece Hall at -250 odds to be the first running back selected at the NFL Draft.
Hall's performance during the 2021 NCAA college football season was an absolute treat for Cyclones fans. He saw 289 total touches over 12 games, resulting in 1,774 yards from scrimmage and 23 touchdowns. He received unanimous All-American honors and was awarded the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight season.
Meanwhile, Michigan State's Kenneth Walker III sits second on the odds list at +280. The 21-year-old saw 263 carries for 1,636 rushing yards and 18 TDs over 12 games last year en route to him winning the Doak Walker Award as college football's top running back.
Here's a look at how the rest of the odds to be the first running back selected in the 2022 NFL Draft are shaping up.
NFL Draft Odds 2022
1. Breece Hall, Iowa State (-250)
2. Kenneth Walker III, Michigan State (+280)
3. Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M (+1500)
4. Kyren Williams, Notre Dame (+3500)
5. Brian Robinson Jr., Alabama (+4000)
6. James Cook, Georgia (+4500)
7. Dameon Pierce, Florida (+4500)
8. Zamir White, Georgia (+6000)
9. Hassan Haskins, Michigan (+6000)
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