Kentucky vs Kansas Player Prop Odds: Jeff Withey

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Kentucky’s Anthony Davis leads the nation in blocks this season, and is no doubt a huge asset on the defensive end of the floor.

So when the Kansas Jayhawks take on the Wildcats in the national championship game on Monday night, they will need to try to assert a presence down in the low post.

Who needs to step up?

Aside from Thomas Robinson, center Jeff Withey, the seven-footer who is Kansas’ best shot blocker will have to try to match up with Davis down low both offensively and defensively.

The more effect that Withey can be, the better chance Kansas will have of springing the upset of Kentucky for a national title.

The Jayhawks will need all of the 3.6 blocks per game that Withey has averaged this season, and maybe then some.

Oddsmakers have jumped in on this action as well, installing a variety of Player Prop betting odds for Withey against Kentucky.

Not known as a big scorer, an 8.5-point line has been set for the Jayhawk center against the Wildcats, with nine point or more taking the over. But if head coach Bill Self wants production from anywhere from his center, it will be defensively.

In the block department, oddsmakers are sticking right with his average, setting the number at 3.5 for tonight, with four or more going the over, though both sides of the line here are set at an equal -120.

As for rebounds, the number has has been set at 6.5.

Below, we have the full slate of prop odds for Withey listed as they appear on Bovada, so be sure to click and check them out. But of course Withey is not the only player in the game that we have profiled at Latest Betting Odds, with most of the starters tonight analyzed and their betting odds laid out on our site.

Jeff Withey Prop Odds

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