The Jets made Quinnen Williams the third-overall pick at the 2019 NFL draft and his odds at earning the league's Defensive Rookie of the Year Award are nearly the same.
According to BetOnline.ag, Williams has 17/2 odds at landing the honor, which are the fourth-best odds among defensive rookies.
Of those with better odds than Williams, two were selected after him. Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Devin White, the fifth-overall pick, and Jacksonville Jaguars pass rusher Josh Allen, the seventh-overall pick, landed 8/1 and 7/1 odds, respectively. San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa, who was the lone defender picked ahead Williams at pick No. 2, has the best odds for the award at 5/1.
Along with Williams, the Jets' third-round pick, pass rusher Jachai Polite, was also listed by BetOnline's oddsmakers, but he's a long shot with a 40/1 chance.
Both Giants' first-round defensive rookies in defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence and Deandre Baker were given odds, but with a twist. Baker, the No. 30 overall pick, has the better odds than his counterpart, the No. 17 selection. Baker clocks in with 28/1 odds while Lawrence is at 33/1, which are the same odds that quarterback Daniel Jones, the Giants' sixth-overall pick, landed for Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Baker's odds are tied for the best odds among rookie defensive backs. Also receiving 28/1 odds were Cardinals corner Byron Murphy, Colts corner Rock Ya-Sin, Browns corner Greedy Williams, and Chiefs safety Juan Thornhill. All four were second-round picks.
Baker was the second-highest selected defensive back, behind only Raiders safety Jonathan Abram, who received 33/1 odds.
Jones' odds are tied for the 10th best along with Titans' third-round wideout AJ Brown and the Panthers' third-round pick, quarterback Will Grier. The top-overall selection, Cardinals QB Kyler Murray, has the top odds at 8/5. Other QBs with better odds than Jones include Redskins' Dwayne Haskins (No. 15 pick) at 7/1 and Broncos' second-round pick, Drew Lock at 28/1.