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2022 NFL Draft Mock with Trades for All 7 Rounds
The NFL Mock Draft season is almost over, which means the actual draft is almost here. With the draft being only three days away now, it’s time to finalize our full 2022 NFL Mock Draft.
The NFL Draft is tough to predict due to the insane number of trades and surprises. There are many great players in this draft to choose from as they set out to become the next superstars in the league, but which teams will they play for?
That doesn’t mean we aren’t going to give it a shot. Without further ado, let’s get right into predicting every round of the 2022 NFL Draft.
1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan
Once the NFL commissioner Roger Goodell walks up to the podium and announces that the 2022 NFL Draft has begun, the Jaguars will be on the clock. They took Trevor Lawrence with the first overall pick last year, and I have them taking Aidan Hutchinson this year.
Hutchinson isn’t the only player who has been in contention for the first overall pick, and there could be some questions still here. The Jaguars could be interested in trading down, as their issues require many quality players to overcome.
Nonetheless, Hutchinson has the talent to be a perennial edge defender in the NFL. He excels in a rush and pass defense, making him a safe option to make. He kicks off our NFL Draft predictions for the entire draft, and the Jaguars should be happy with this pick.
2. Detroit Lions – Travon Walker, EDGE, Georgia
The danger in doing a mock draft even days before the real thing goes down? Player draft stock can change greatly. Since I wrote this mock, Travon Walker’s stock has spiked, and he’s now favored to go #1 in the 2022 NFL Draft.
That’s a bit troubling, but I still like Hutchinson more as a prospect, and his price to go #1 overall is now too good to ignore. But back to Walker.
Defensive coaches would love to have a player they can use in many different ways. Walker says he feels most comfortable as a 5 or 6 technique edge defender, but he surely won’t be exclusively playing there. He has tons of athleticism and is insanely versatile.
He also said that 2016 No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett would be a good comparison. Walker is slightly bigger than Garrett. If NFL scouts see him as a legitimate Myles Garrett-esque player, he can end up going very high in the draft.
He went from a long shot to being drafted first overall, but now he’s right behind Hutchinson at (+150) on Bovada.
3. Atlanta Falcons (via HOU) – Malik Willis, QB, Liberty
Did I mention this would be a full NFL mock draft with trades? Predicting trades is almost impossible, but I think there’s a real chance the Texans will trade out of the 3rd spot this year. They have so many needs for players across the board and are years from contention.
They need more than one player to turn their franchise around, so I have them shipping the No. 3 pick to the Atlanta Falcons. With the Carolina Panthers being in the same division as Atlanta, a big move to move up and steal Malik Willis could be possible here.
Carolina is another team in the top 10 who will seriously consider Willis at their pick. Atlanta’s current spot is 8th, two spots lower than Carolina. Moving up and swapping first-rounders with the Texans and some future picks could be enough to have their QB of the future in Willis.
The Matt Ryan days are over, so the Falcons are heading towards a rebuild. This year, Willis could be the only quarterback worth a first-round pick, making him a hot commodity.
4. New York Jets – Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State
The most powerful position this year will probably be the wide receiver group. That could mean teams want to pick the best available option as soon as possible or wait a bit after the top ones are taken.
I think the Jets will be dying to grab possibly the best wide receiver in the draft, and that’s Garrett Wilson from Ohio State. The Jets made a strong push for Tyreek Hill but watched him go to the Dolphins instead.
Zach Wilson is the quarterback of the future for the Jets, so they need to give him some weapons to work with. Elijiah Moore looks like a great piece for their offense, but adding Garrett Wilson can give them some serious potential.
Wilson can play inside and out and be a serious playmaker at the next level. He will be the first WR taken in my NFL Draft predictions for the entire draft.
5. New York Giants – Evan Neal, OT, Alabama
Next up on my NFL mock draft predictions is the New York Giants. The Giants have seriously struggled in recent years. They went 4-13 in 2021 and haven’t had a winning record since 2016.
Injuries to their big players have been devastating for them on the offensive side. Daniel Jones has yet to play a full 16 (now 17) games in his three seasons, totaling 37 starts. Saquon Barkley was another big investment for the Giants, and he hasn’t played an entire season since his rookie year.
Other players in the Giants’ offense just can’t stay healthy. How do you try to combat that? Draft and build a great offensive line.
Neal has incredible size at 6’8 337 pounds and has the agility of someone way lighter than him. He can be a great offensive lineman in the NFL, and the Giants need a protector badly.
6. Carolina Panthers – Ikem Ekwonu, OT, North Carolina State
The Panthers will be bummed about missing Malik Willis if that move happens. That could change their plans entirely and force them to move in another direction. With the quarterback crop not being as deep in recent years, they should look to build their offensive line for an early-round quarterback next year.
Ikem Ekwonu looks like a terrific offensive line prospect, and the Panthers should look at grabbing him here. The North Carolina State product stands at 6’4, 310 and was one of the best-run blockers in the country last year.
Quarterback remains an issue for the Panthers, so maybe they should look at a veteran option like Jimmy Garoppolo.
7. New York Giants (via CHI) – Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon
The Giants’ drafting skills haven’t gone the best in recent years, but the 5th and 7th picks could turn that around. Chicago traded up in the 2021 NFL Draft to draft Justin Fields. In doing so, they shipped their 2022 first-rounder and more to the Giants.
That gives the Giants a chance to grab a player that many thought would be a first overall pick. That would be the edge rusher from Oregon in Kayvon Thibodeaux. I think questioning someone’s work ethic is not something you should do, but it raised questions about Thibodeaux.
If NFL front offices pass on him because of those rumors, that will give the Giants a huge discount on a wildly talented player.
8. Houston Texans (via ATL) – Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati
Now that I have the Texans moving down to the No. 8 pick from the Falcons, they can take a player with superstar potential. Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner should be considered the top cornerback in the draft and has lockdown potential.
It’s incredibly valuable to have a shutdown cornerback in a pass-happy league nowadays, so Gardner being a top 10 pick seems likely. He’s got great size for a cornerback at 6’3, which means he can match up well with true No. 1 wide receivers.
He has never allowed a touchdown in his career and played a major role in shutting down Alabama in the 2021 NCAA championship game (only 14 yards allowed on four targets).
Houston isn’t close to competing, but grabbing a star cornerback like Gardner could make it happen sooner rather than later. Also, you don’t have a stellar nickname like “Sauce” without being an incredibly talented football player.
9. Seattle Seahawks (via DEN) – Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU
Not only will the Panthers be bummed out if Malik Willis goes to the Falcons at No. 3, but so will the Seahawks. They traded away their superstar quarterback Russell Wilson this offseason and are heading into a huge rebuild.
With Gardner going right before them, they can look at another potential shutdown cornerback in LSU product. Derek Stingley Jr. Stingley could very well go first in the draft, but his injury history could give the edge to Gardner.
Stingley’s best season was when he was a true freshman at LSU in 2019, which means he should have a very high ceiling.
10. New York Jets (from SEA) – Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah
The Seahawks could have been armed with even more draft picks in 2022 if they didn’t trade for Jamal Adams back in 2020. Nonetheless, the Jets will take this opportunity to complete their rebuild themselves.
How about New York in the first 10 picks of the 2022 NFL Draft? The Jets and Giants hold 4 picks and could be looking to break through their rebuilding years finally. With the Giants taking Evan Neal and Kayvon Thibodeaux, I have the Jets countering with Garrett Wilson and Devin Lloyd.
Lloyd is the best linebacker in the NFL draft, and the Jets could use him. C.J Mosley is the current anchor for the Jets’ defense, but he and Lloyd could be incredible side by side.
He can do everything well and is paired with a talented veteran like Mosley can take his play to the next level. Robert Saleh is a defensive-minded head coach who should be beaming to make this pick.
Remaining Round 1 NFL Draft Picks
- 11. Washington Commanders – Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
- 12. Minnesota Vikings – Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
- 13. Houston Texans (via CLE) – Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame
- 14. Baltimore Ravens – Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
- 15. Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA) – Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia
- 16. New Orleans Saints (via PHI) – Drake London, WR, USC
- 17. Los Angeles Chargers – Jordan Davis, DI, Georgia
- 18. Philadelphia Eagles (via NO) – Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan
- 19. New Orleans Saints – Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State
- 20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa
- 21. New England Patriots – Andrew Booth, CB, Clemson
- 22. Green Bay Packers (via LV) – George Pickens, WR, Georgia
- 23. Arizona Cardinals – Devonte Wyatt, DI, Georgia
- 24. Dallas Cowboys – Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan
- 25. Buffalo Bills – George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue
- 26. Tennessee Titans – Zion Johnson, OG, Boston College
- 27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Tyler Smith, OT, Tulsa
- 28. Green Bay Packers – Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa
- 29. Kansas City Chiefs (via MIA) – Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida
- 30. Kansas City Chiefs – Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
- 31. Cincinnati Bengals – Kenyon Green, OG, Texas A&M
- 32. Detroit Lions (via LAR) – Jermaine Johnson II, EDGE, Florida State
These are my predictions for the rest of Round 1 of my full 2022 NFL mock draft. There should be a lot of interesting selections after the top players are gone. That doesn’t mean these players can’t become superstars at the next level.
Kyle Hamilton can easily go in the top 10, but the strong safety position isn’t as important these days as before. It will be interesting to see where he lands, but Houston can use anyone right now.
The Eagles were loaded with 3 picks in the first round but opted to trade with the Saints to have 2 for 2023. They should target Nakobe Dean and Skyy Moore to help with their LB and WR cores.
Round 2 NFL Draft Picks
|33||Jaguars||Lewis Cine, S|
|34||Lions||Jaquan Brisker, S|
|35||Jets||Jalen Pitre, CB|
|36||Giants||Arnold Ebiketie, EDGE|
|37||Texans||Daxton Hill, CB|
|38||Jets||Roger McCreary, CB|
|39||Bears||Abraham Lucas, OT|
|40||Seahawks||Kenny Pickett, QB|
|41||Seahawks||Leo Chenal, LB|
|42||Colts||Jalen Tolbert, WR|
|43||Falcons||Sam Howell, QB|
|44||Browns||Travis Jones, DI|
|45||Ravens||Nik Bonitto, EDGE|
|46||Vikings||Drake Jackson, EDGE|
|47||Commanders||Desmond Ridder, QB|
|48||Bears||Jahan Dotson, WR|
|49||Saints||Matt Corral, QB|
|50||Chiefs||Boye Mafe, EDGE|
|51||Eagles||David Ojabo, EDGE|
|52||Steelers||Quay Walker, LB|
|53||Packers||Justyn Ross, WR|
|54||Patriots||Josh Pachal, EDGE|
|55||Cardinals||Darian Kinnard, OT|
|56||Cowboys||Luke Goedeke, OT|
|57||Bills||Kyler Gordon, CB|
|58||Falcons||Nick Cross, S|
|59||Packers||Christian Watson, WR|
|60||Buccaneers||Breece Hall, RB|
|61||49ers||Dylan Parham, OG|
|62||Chiefs||John Metchie III, WR|
|63||Bengals||Zach Tom, OT|
|64||Denver Broncos||Trey McBride, TE|
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The teams who don’t have a first-round pick due to trades will make their 2022 NFL Draft debut in the second round. Those teams include the Bears, Colts, Broncos, Browns, and 49ers.
I don’t think any more QBs go in the first round after Willis, making them much fitter for Round 2. Pickett, Howell, Ridder, and Corral might not be first-round talents, but teams can give them a shot in the second round.
I also think Nick Cross looks like an amazing grab in the second round for the Falcons. Casey Hayward, A.J Terrell, and Cross could be an underrated secondary starting this season.
NFL Draft Picks for Round 3
|65||Jaguars||Christian Harris, LB|
|66||Lions||Troy Andersen, LB|
|67||Giants||Calvin Austin III, WR|
|68||Texans||Cam Taylor-Britt, CB|
|69||Jets||Logan Hall, DI|
|70||Jaguars||Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE|
|71||Bears||Cameron Thomas, EDGE|
|72||Seahawks||Tariq Woolen, CB|
|73||Colts||Sam Williams, EDGE|
|74||Falcons||Alec Pierce, WR|
|75||Broncos||Alex Wright, EDGE|
|76||Ravens||DeMarvin Leal, EDGE|
|77||Vikings||Jamaree Salyer, OT|
|78||Browns||Wan’Dale Robinson, WR|
|79||Chargers||Martin Emerson, CB|
|80||Texans||Max Mitchell, OT|
|81||Giants||Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT|
|82||Falcons||Cam Jurgens, C|
|83||Eagles||Kerby Joseph, S|
|84||Steelers||Bryan Cook, S|
|85||Patriots||Khalil Shaki, WR|
|86||Raiders||Brian Asamoah, LB|
|87||Cardinals||Perrion Winfrey, DI|
|88||Cowboys||Sean Rhyan, OT|
|89||Bills||David Bell, WR|
|90||Titans||Ed Ingram, OG|
|91||Buccaneers||Cole Strange, OG|
|92||Packers||Dohnovan West, C|
|93||49ers||Dameon Pierce, HB|
|94||Chiefs||Marcus Jones, CB|
|95||Bengals||Luke Fortner, C|
|96||Broncos||Alontae Taylor, CB|
|97*||Lions||Greg Dulcich, TE|
|98*||Saints||Rasheed Walker, OT|
|99x||Browns||Channing Tindall, LB|
|100x||Ravens||Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB|
|101x||Eagles||Damarri Mathis, CB|
|102x||Dolphins||James Cook, RB|
|103x||Chiefs||Jelani Woods, TE|
|104x||Rams||Carson Strong, QB|
|105x||49ers||Zyon McCollum, CB|
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In the third round, we get into compensatory and 2020 Resolution JC-2A picks. The JC-2A picks rewards teams developing minorities for head coach and general manager positions.
Seven teams earned additional picks in Round 3, which can be crucial in the draft.
The reigning Super Bowl champs will make their 2022 NFL Draft debut, and I have them taking Carson Strong from Nevada. He can develop behind Matthew Stafford and could be a future gunslinger in the NFL with a huge arm.
NFL Draft Predictions for Round 4
|106||Jaguars||Deangelo Malone, EDGE|
|107||Texans||Myjai Sanders, EDGE|
|108||Texans||Braxton Jones, OT|
|109||Seahawks||Zamir White, RB|
|110||Ravens||Cordale Flott, CB|
|111||Jets||Daniel Faalele, OT|
|112||Giants||Darrian Beavers, LB|
|113||Commanders||Tariq Castro-Fields, CB|
|114||Falcons||Danny Gray, WR|
|115||Broncos||Brandon Smith, LB|
|116||Broncos||Jeremy Ruckert, TE|
|117||Jets||Romeo Doubs, WR|
|118||Browns||Terrel Bernard, LB|
|119||Ravens||Kyle Phillips, WR|
|120||Saints||Isaiah Spiller, RB|
|121||Chiefs||James Mitchell, TE|
|122||Colts||Kevin Austin Jr., WR|
|123||Chargers||Cade Otton, TE|
|124||Eagles||Dominique Robinson, EDGE|
|125||Dolphins||Kellen Diesch, OT|
|126||Raiders||Phidarian Mathis, DI|
|127||Patriots||Malcolm Rodriguez, LB|
|128||Ravens||Rachaad White, RB|
|129||Cowboys||Dane Belton, S|
|130||Bills||Justin Shaffer, OG|
|131||Titans||Marquis Hayes, OG|
|132||Packers||Spencer Burford, OT|
|133||Buccaneers||Thayer Munford, OG|
|134||49ers||Logan Bruss, OT|
|135||Chiefs||Tyreke Smith, EDGE|
|136||Bengals||Coby Bryant, CB|
|137||Panthers||Michael Clemons, EDGE|
|138*||Steelers||Kalon Barnes, CB|
|139*||Ravens||Eyioma Uwazurike, EDGE|
|140*||Packers||Bo Melton, WR|
|141*||Ravens||Amare Barno, EDGE|
|142*||Rams||Akayleb Evans, CB|
|143*||Titans||Matthew Butler, DI|
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The later rounds become difficult to predict for a couple of reasons. Some teams pick players that you didn’t think they would in the early rounds, others opt to go for the best player available, and finally, the remaining teams go for players to fill in for impending free agents.
The Ravens got not one but two comp picks in the 4th round. I have them taking two edge defenders, which can help with depth.
Basketball fans will like to see a “Coby Bryant” for this year’s draft. I have him going to the Bengals in my full NFL Draft mock.
Bo Melton could be one of the best NFL Draft steals in 2022.
Predicting Round 5 of the NFL Draft
|144||Panthers||Bailey Zappe, QB|
|145||Broncos||Josh Jobe, CB|
|146||Jets||JoJo Domann, LB|
|147||Giants||Matt Waletzko, OT|
|148||Bears||Zachary Carter, EDGE|
|149||Panthers||Damone Clark, LB|
|150||Bears||Velus Jones Jr., WR|
|151||Falcons||Charlie Kolar, TE|
|152||Seahawks||Damone Clark, LB|
|153||Seahawks||Tycen Anderson, S|
|154||Eagles||J.T Woods, S|
|155||Cowboys||Aaron Hansford, LB|
|156||Vikings||Percy Butler, S|
|157||Jaguars||Chigoziem Okonkwo, TE|
|158||Patriots||Tyquan Thornton, WR|
|159||Colts||Grant Calcaterra, TE|
|160||Chargers||Verone McKinley III, S|
|161||Saints||Pierre Strong, RB|
|162||Eagles||Zonovan White, HB|
|163||Jets||Tyler Allgeier, HB|
|164||Raiders||Neil Farrell Jr., DI|
|165||Raiders||Mike Rose, LB|
|166||Eagles||Lecitus Smith, OG|
|167||Cowboys||Haskell Garrett, DI|
|168||Bills||Kyren Williams, HB|
|169||Titans||Erik Ezukanma, WR|
|170||Patriots||Jalen Nailor, WR|
|171||Packers||Daniel Bellinger, TE|
|172||49ers||Thomas Booker, DI|
|173||Giants||Andrew Stueber, OT|
|174||Bengals||Alec Lindstrom, C|
|175||Rams||Derion Kendrick, CB|
|176*||Cowboys||Josh Johnson, WR|
|177*||Lions||Yusuf Corker, S|
|178*||Cowboys||John Ridgeway, DI|
|179*||Colts||Jaylen Watson, CB|
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Just because the Panthers could miss Malik Willis in the first round doesn’t mean they shouldn’t take a quarterback at all. Bailey Zappe might not be a game-changer, but he did break the FBS passing yardage (5,940) and a touchdown (62) records in 2021.
The Bengals will be looking to get back in the Super Bowl in 2022-23 and possibly win it this time. Alec Lindstrom could be an underrated grab for them in the 5th round.
There are also tons of picks in the 6th round that have already been swapped via trade, some of them being traded multiple times.
Round 6 Predictions for the NFL Draft
|180||Jaguars||Tyler Badie, HB|
|181||Lions||Isaiah Likely, TE|
|182||Giants||Kalia Davis, DI|
|183||Texans||Jayden Peevy, DI|
|184||Vikings||Isaiah Thomas, EDGE|
|185||Bills||D’vonte Price, HB|
|186||Bears||Mario Goodrich, CB|
|187||49ers||Joshua Williams, C|
|188||Jaguars||Otito Ogbonnia, DI|
|189||Commanders||Decobie Durant, CB|
|190||Falcons||Eric Johnson, DI|
|191||Vikings||Jalen Wydermyer, TE|
|192||Vikings||Micah McFadden, LB|
|193||Cowboys||Christopher Hinton, DI|
|194||Saints||Dontario Drummond, WR|
|195||Chargers||Luke Tenuta, OT|
|196||Ravens||Cade Mays, OT|
|197||Jaguars||Jeremiah Moon, LB|
|198||Jaguars||Charleston Rambo, WR|
|199||Panthers||Hassan Haskins, RB|
|200||Patriots||Brian Robinson Jr,, RB|
|201||Cardinals||Obinna Eze, OT|
|202||Browns||Makai Polk, WR|
|203||Bills||Jerome Ford, RB|
|204||Titans||Chris Paul, OT|
|205||Texans||D’Marco Jackson, LB|
|206||Broncos||Jaivon Heiligh, WR|
|207||Texans||Jason Poe, OG|
|208||Steelers||Abram Smith, RB|
|209||Bengals||Sterling Weatherford, S|
|210||Patriots||Nick Zakelj, OT|
|211*||Rams||Jesse Luketa, EDGE|
|212*||Rams||Zachary Thomas, OT|
|213*||Falcons||Ty Chandler, RB|
|214*||Chargers||Smoke Monday, S|
|215*||Cardinals||Joshua Ezeudu, OG|
|216*||Colts||Curtis Brooks, DI|
|217*||Lions||Leon O’Neal Jr., S|
|218*||Rams||Matt Araiza, P|
|219*||Titans||Ben Brown, OG|
|220*||49ers||Zakoby McClain, LB|
|221*||49ers||Tyrion Davis-Price, RB|
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How about some more basketball names in Round 6? Chris Paul, Isaiah Thomas, and Decobie Durant are some names that could be drafted here. Also, Smoke Monday could be the coolest name ever.
We also have a Charleston Rambo that could be drafted here as well. The names in round 6 could steal the show alone.
The New Orleans Saints will be shamed in this round, as they violated COVID-19 guidelines multiple times last season.
2022 NFL Draft Round 7 Picks
|222||Jaguars||Isaac Taylor-Stuart, CB|
|223||Browns||Chrisopher Allen, EDGE|
|224||Dolphins||Keaontay Ingram, RB|
|225||Steelers||ZaQuandre White, RB|
|226||Bengals||Cordell Volson, OT|
|227||Raiders||Chasen Hines, OG|
|228||Packers||Jack Jones, CB|
|229||Seahawks||DaRon Bland, CB|
|230||Commanders||Jerrion Ealy, RB|
|231||Bills||Bubba Bolden, S|
|232||Broncos||Tyler Goodson, RB|
|233||Chiefs||Jake Ferguson, TE|
|234||Broncos||Jack Sanborn, LB|
|235||Jaguars||Dai’Jean Dixon, WR|
|236||Chargers||Esezi Otomewo, EDGE|
|237||Eagles||Marquan McCall, DI|
|238||Rams||Brad Hawkins, S|
|239||Colts||Noah Elliss, DI|
|240||Commanders||Vederian Lowe, OT|
|241||Steelers||Jeremiah Gemmel, LB|
|242||Panthers||Markquese Bell, S|
|243||Chiefs||Josh Thompson, CB|
|244||Cardinals||C.J Verdell, RB|
|245||Texans||Ryan Van Demark, OT|
|246||Browns||Kennedy Brooks, RB|
|247||Dolphins||Vincent Gray, CB|
|248||Buccaneers||Cole Turner, TE|
|249||Packers||C.J Wright, DI|
|250||Vikings||Shaun Jolly, CB|
|251||Chiefs||Michael Maietti, C|
|252||Bengals||Reggie Roberson, WR|
|253||Rams||Jeffrey Gunter, EDGE|
|254*||Chargers||Doug Kramer, C|
|255*||Chargers||Deven Thompkins, WR|
|256*||Cardinals||Juanyeh Thomas, S|
|257*||Cardinals||Jordan Jackson, DI|
|258*||Packers||Montaric Brown, CB|
|259*||Chiefs||Dare Rosenthal, OT|
|260*||Chargers||Connor Heyward, TE|
|261*||Buccaneers||Josh Sills, OG|
|262*||49ers||Ali Fayad, EDGE|
Round 7 could be full of players who don’t even make the cut to the teams they are drafted on. It’s a harsh reality, but only 53 players can make a team in the NFL. They could still become serviceable players, but their superstar potential is minimal.
With that said, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Julian Edelman, Marques Colston, Donald Driver, and Shannon Sharpe were all drafted in the seventh round. Which players can overcome their challenging tasks ahead and become great NFL players?
The last pick in the draft is also known as Mr. Irrelevant, so that’s something to look forward to. For my 7-round 2022 NFL mock draft, I will say that Ali Fayad just makes the cut.
Betting on the NFL Draft in 2022
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