Now you can gamble on tonight’s NFL Draft

FILE – This Nov. 12, 2016, file photo shows LSU’s Leonard Fournette (7) rushing downfield during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Fayetteville, Ark. The NFL Draft will be held April 27-29, 2017, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Samantha Baker, File)

For the first time, fans can wager with Las Vegas sports books on the NFL Draft.

Here is a sampling of tonight’s odds, as posted by RJ Bell of Pregame.com [@RJinVegas on Twitter]

Draft position

Leonard Fournette: 4.5 pick (will the LSU running back go before or after No. 4?)
Jonathan Allen: 4.5 pick
Christian McCaffrey: 8.5 pick
OJ Howard: 8.5 pick
Mike Williams: 9.5 pick
Mitchell Trubisky: 9.5 pick
Deshaun Watson: 12.5 pick
Corey Davis: 17.5 pick
John Ross: 18.5 pick
Patrick Mahomes: 22.5 pick

Over or Under

LSU players drafted in First Round: o/u 2.5
Total RBs drafted in First Round: o/u 3
Total WRs drafted in First Round: o/u 3
Total QBs drafted in First Round: o/u 3.5
Alabama players drafted in First Round: o/u 4.5
Big 10 players drafted in First Round: o/u 6
Pac 12 players drafted in First Round: o/u 7
SEC players drafted in First Round: o/u 11

First overall pick

Myles Garrett -800
Mitch Trubisky +600
Any other player +1400

Odds

-600 that Leonard Fournette will be the first RB drafted
-400 that Trubisky will be the first QB drafted
-300 that at least one team will trade up into the top 5 picks
-200 that Mike Williams will be the first WR drafted
+150 that Solomon Thomas will be the second pick in the draft
5/1 if a placekicker is drafted in the first three rounds
6/1 if Jimmy Garoppolo will be traded on draft night

Final NFL mock draft: Browns will take A&M’s Myles Garrett

FILE – In this Dec. 28, 2016, file photo, Texas A&M’s Myles Garrett (15) tries to get around Kansas State offensive lineman Scott Frantz during the second half of the Texas Bowl in Houston. (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith, File)

Hours before the NFL Draft, reports out of Cleveland indicate the Browns do, indeed, plan to take the overall top prospect, Myles Garrett, with the No. 1 pick.

Reports have been that the coaching staff wanted the Texas A&M star pass rusher all along, but that parts of the front office/ownership were more keen on North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky.

Trubisky is a home-town kid for Cleveland, a graduate of suburban Mentor High School and a former Mr. Ohio as the player of the year in the state.

Now the plan is to take Garrett No. 1 and then look into trading up from No. 12 — Cleveland’s second first-round selection — to grab Trubisky. Jacksonville, at No. 4, and Tennessee, at No. 5, are potential trade partners.

The only thing that could change the Browns’ thinking is if someone overwhelms them with a package for the No. 1 choice, or if the asking price to trade up for Trubisky gets too high.

Still, with owner Jimm Haslem and others seeing Trubisky, who started just 13 games at North Carolina, as a potential Bernie Kosar for Cleveland — you know, local boy comes home to save the franchise — you can pretty much bet on the Browns trading up for him.

Problem is, Trubisky is a player generally rated in the 20s and even 30s on most big boards. His upside may be of an Andy Dalton middle-of-the-pack NFL starter. But the Browns do need a quarterback, and Trubisky may be the best of a less-than-stellar bunch this year.

A savvy NFL team would probably either show patience and see which QB is available at No. 12 — or wait til next year when USC’s Sam Darnold and UCLA’s Josh Rosen figure to be available. Both are better prospects than any quarterback in this class.

AMERICAN-STATESMAN NFL MOCK DRAFT

Team…………,.Player……………..Pos….School

  1. Browns……Myles Garrett………….DE…..Texas A&M
  2. 49ers……….Jamal Adams………….S……..LSU
  3. Bears……….Jonathan Allen……….DE…..Alabama
  4. Jaguars……Leonard Fournette…..RB…..LSU
  5. * Browns….Mitch Trubisky………..QB…..North Carolina
  6. Jets………….O.J. Howard……………TE…..Alabama
  7. Chargers…..Solomon Thomas…….DE…..Stanford
  8. Panthers…..Christian McCaffrey…RB…..Stanford
  9. Bengals…….Haasan Reddick……….LB…..Temple
  10. Bills………….Marshon Lattimore….CB…..Ohio State
  11. Saints……….Derek Barnett………….DE…..Tennessee
  12. * Titans…….Mike Williams…………WR…..Clemson
  13. Cardinals….Marlon Humphrey……CB…..Alabama
  14. Eagles……….Charles Harris…………OLB…Missouri
  15. Colts…………Reuben Foster…………ILB…..Alabama
  16. Ravens………Corey Davis…………….WR…..Western Michigan
  17. Redskins……Dalvin Cook…………….RB…..Florida State
  18. Titans………..Malik Hooker……………S…….Ohio State
  19. Buccaneers…Cam Robinson…………OT…..Alabama
  20. Broncos……..Ryan Ramczyk…………OT…..Wisconsin
  21. Lions………….Taco Charlton………….DE…..Michigan
  22. Dolphins…….Tre’Davious White……CB…..LSU
  23. Giants………..Garrett Bolles…………..OT…..Utah
  24. Raiders………Malik McDowell……….DT…..Michigan State
  25. Texans……….Deshaun Foster………..QB…..Clemson
  26. Seahawks……Forrest Lamp…………..OG…..Western Kentucky
  27. Chiefs…………Patrick Mahomes……..QB…..Texas Tech
  28. Cowboys……..Jordan Willis…………..DE…..Kansas State
  29. Packers……….Alvin Kamara…………..RB…..Tennessee
  30. Steelers……….Jabrill Peppers…………..S……Michigan
  31. Falcons………..Carl Lawson……………DE…..Atlanta
  32. Saints…………..John Ross………………WR….Washington