The 2024 NFL Draft concluded over the weekend with many prospects hearing their name called in Detroit. Now, those players get settled in their new homes with an eye toward making an impact as a rookie this fall.

Shortly after the draft concluded, sportsbooks began listing odds for the Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year awards. These lines are bound to change as we get closer to the season and official depth charts are released, but the initial lines provide some worthy insight before we get to training camp down the road. Fans can continue to track all the line movement with SDS’s sports betting apps.

Here are some of the key Rookie of the Year odds to be aware of:

Caleb Williams (+200 via ESPN Bet)

Caleb Williams headlines the OROTY odds and for good reason. Not only is Williams the No. 1 overall pick, but he lands with a Chicago Bears roster that should be much improved in 2024.

On the offensive side of the ball, Chicago used a top-10 pick to pair Washington wide receiver Rome Odunze with Williams. The Bears also return WR DJ Moore and tight end Cole Kmet for Williams to work with, a duo that produced over 2,000 yards 14 touchdowns for the franchise a season ago.

The other aspect to consider is that Williams is likely to open the season as the starting quarterback. While other rookies may begin the year sitting and learning, Williams will be expected to deliver on Day 1 in Chicago.

Interested fans can also pair Williams’ OROTY odds with the +110 odds to have the most rookie passing yards on DraftKings.

Jayden Daniels (+700 via ESPN Bet)

Jayden Daniels was the No. 2 overall pick, and, like Williams, he’ll get a chance to prove he can make an early impact with the Washington Commanders. However, Daniels’ skill set gives him an extra aspect to account for as a runner.

With the Commanders, it’s not a lock the team will dial up a lot of designed runs for Daniels as a rookie. But he will use his legs, and the makeup of Washington’s offensive line could force Daniels to escape the pocket and buy time on a regular basis.

Provided Daniels stays healthy, his dual-threat potential makes him a solid play as another expected starter from the jump. And, anyone interested in his stock as a passer can check out the +250 odds to have the most rookie passing yards on DraftKings.

Brock Bowers (+4000 via ESPN Bet)

Brock Bowers is undoubtedly a longshot, and it’s not just because he’s a tight end. The Las Vegas Raiders entered the draft in search of a quarterback, but none of the top options were available when the Raiders took Bowers at 13th overall.

What’s also interesting is Las Vegas has Michael Mayer, a 2nd-round pick in 2023, in the TE room, but that did not deter them from grabbing Bowers. However, there is likely a path to plenty of playing time for Bowers.

Even though Mayer has a year of experience on Bowers, don’t count out the former Georgia star from climbing the depth chart in the preseason. His skill set could also land Bowers on the field alongside Mayer, either as a TE2 or as a hybrid playmaker on offense.

If you want a longshot to consider, take a chance on Bowers.

Marvin Harrison Jr. (+600 via DraftKings)

Marvin Harrison Jr. has 2 things going for him when it comes to his OROTY odds: He’s an Ohio State star, and he’s a wide receiver.

Entering the 2024 season, the Buckeyes hold a 2-year run on the OROTY award with Garrett Wilson (2022) and CJ Stroud (2023) capturing the award in consecutive seasons. As for the WR angle, 2 of the past 3 OROTY awards were receivers with Ja’Marr Chase in 2021 preceding Wilson.

After a lot of debate on the 4th overall pick, the Arizona Cardinals finally made the call to stand pat and draft Harrison as the first non-QB in the draft. It was also the biggest need for the franchise with Harrison the prototypical choice to become a true No. 1 WR.

Ironically, Harrison’s best shot at the award could hinge on the health of Kyler Murray. Arizona’s entrenched QB1, Murray has played just 19 total games across the past 2 seasons. If he does stay healthy, the duo should pop immediately.

Dallas Turner (+400 via DraftKings)

Dallas Turner had to wait a bit longer than expected to hear his name called, but he landed in a good spot with the Minnesota Vikings at No. 17 overall. The Vikings have an immediate need after Danielle Hunter left the franchise following 16.5 sacks in 2023.

Turner headlines the odds to be the DROTY, and pass rushers have traditionally dominated the award in recent history. Fellow Alabama star Will Anderson captured the award in 2023, and 6 edge rushers have won the honor since 2014.

If Turner can get on a roll early in his career, he’ll have a great shot at following in the footsteps of Anderson’s win last season.

Terrion Arnold  (+1300 via DraftKings)

If you’re looking for a spot outside of edge rusher to back for DROTY, cornerback is the spot to go. Sauce Gardner captured the honor in 2022 out of Cincinnati, and 3 total CBs have taken home the honor since 2014.

When it comes to Arnold, he lands with a Detroit Lions defense that must get better against the pass. And, the Lions also have a chance to face a pair of rookie QBs inside the NFC North this year.

With the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears selecting first-round QBs over the weekend, Arnold could have the ideal opposition to settle into his NFL career. His odds also present some value worth the risk.