Brock Bowers NFL Draft Projection: Where Will The Georgia TE Land?

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With five weeks left until the 2024 NFL Draft begins on April 25-27 in Detroit, Georgia tight end Brock Bowers remains a sought-after offensive weapon for the upcoming season. 

The two-time winner of the John Mackey Award, given to college football's top tight end in the nation, is fresh off a three-year run in Athens where he helped lead the Bulldogs to a pair of College Football Playoff championships. If only Georgia sports betting had been legal during that run.

Bowers is the only player in CFB history to win the Mackey Award twice, finishing his three-year run at UGA with 175 catches for 2,538 yards and 26 touchdowns across 35 games.  Back in early February, provided probable odds on his first landing spot in the NFL. Today, we updated those odds with future destinations when his name gets called in late April: 

Here is the Bowers breakdown.

Brock Bowers NFL Draft Landing Spot Odds

Team Percentage Chance Odds
NY Jets 33.3% +200
Indianapolis Colts 22.2% +350
LA Chargers 12.5% +700
New Orleans Saints 9.1% +1000
Denver Broncos 7.7% +1200
Miami Dolphins 6.2% +1500
Other 9.1% +1000

Where Will Brock Bowers Land?

The New York Jets (7-10, No. 10 pick) are now the favorite to land Bowers at +200 (33.3% chance), up from +1000 (9.1%) in early February. New York just added another huge offensive asset for quarterback Aaron Rodgers, signing former Los Angeles Chargers and USC wide receiver Mike Williams earlier this week. 

The Indianapolis Colts (9-8) improved slightly and moved into the second spot at +350 (22.2%), up from +400 (20%). Bowers would be an immediate help offensively to second-year quarterback Anthony Richardson, who would be returning healthy from a season-ending shoulder injury he suffered in Week 5.  

New Los Angeles Chargers (5-12) head coach Jim Harbaugh would love this projected-Top 10 pick if it landed to him at No. 5 in the first round, however their odds have lengthened from being the favorite at +250 to now +700 (12.5%). 

The remaining possibilities: New Orleans Saints +1000 (9.1%), up from +1500; Denver Broncos +1200 (7.7%) remaining the same from Feb.; Miami Dolphins +1500 (6.2%), a new entrant to the list. Any other teams not in the list: +1000 ((9.1%). 


Lou Monaco has been a columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas and has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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