For the first time in Las Vegas history, you’ll be able to make money off of your mock draft – assuming it’s correct.

On Thursday, the Nevada Gaming Control Board granted approval to the state’s sportsbooks to offer prop bets on the NFL draft, according to Las Vegas-Review Journal’s Todd Dewey.

“This country loves football,” Jay Kornegay, vice president of race and sports at the Westgate SuperBook, told ESPN’s David Purdum. “They love betting football, so I can understand that there will be some interest in these new options.”

Bettors won’t be able to bet on individual picks, but the gaming board has approved a list of prop bets for the event, which takes place April 27-29.

“We tried to avoid wagers where knowing one team’s intent could be used to gain an unfair advantage, before the wagering cut-off date,” said Karl Bennison, chief of enforcement for Nevada Gaming Control Board.

The board released a list of 17 acceptable prop bets that sportsbooks can offer until the cut-off date of April 26.

  • The number of players drafted from a particular college in the first round.
  • The number of players drafted from a particular college in the entire draft.
  • More players drafted from conference X than conference Y in the first round.
  • More players drafted from conference X than conference Y in the entire draft.
  • More players drafted from college X than college Y in the first round.
  • More players drafted from college X than college Y in the entire draft.
  • More offensive players than defensive players drafted in the first round.
  • Over/under of the draft position for the first kicker taken.
  • Conference X will have the most players drafted in the first round.
  • Conference X will have the most players drafted.
  • College X will have the most players drafted in the first round.
  • College X will have the most players drafted.
  • Total number of quarterbacks drafted in the first round.
  • Over/under on the number of quarterbacks drafted in the first round.
  • Over/under on the number of running backs drafted in the first round.
  • Over/under on the number of wide receivers drafted in the first round.
  • Over/under on the number of players from conference X drafted in the first round.

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