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2020 NFL Draft: Premier draft expert releases top 10 prop bets

CBS Sports NFL Draft expert R.J. White has released his top 10 prop bets, including a huge 40-1 longshot play.
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If you had placed $100 on each of R.J. White's NFL pointspread picks the past three years, you'd be up more than $2,300. Smart bettors tail him.

And twice in the past five years, the stats guru cashed big in the world's most prestigious sports handicapping competition, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest. Anyone who's followed him is up BIG.

White is widely recognized as one of the nation's premier NFL Draft experts. Every spring, the CBS Sports NFL editor puts together seven-round mock drafts read by millions, including trades he expects. No stone is left unturned in White's draft analysis.

Now, with books taking bets on the 2020 NFL Draft, White has scoured the odds and just revealed his top 10 prop bets. Don't forget, this is the same expert who, very early in the 2018 draft process, bet Baker Mayfield to go No. 1 overall at 25-1!

We'll give one of White's 10 best bets away: Back CeeDee Lamb as the first wide receiver selected (+700).

"In particular, the Jets need a game-breaker at the receiver position," White told SportsLine. "Lamb would be a perfect fit for that offense, while I could also see him land with the Raiders at No. 12."

White also loves three underdog props, including a 33-1 play and a MONSTER 40-1 long shot! You ABSOLUTELY need to see his picks before locking in any NFL Draft props of your own.

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