2022 NFL Final Finals

It’s that time of year again. There are two days left to the project, here is my final choice.

1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan

Hutchinson has all the qualities he needs to be a stellar defense. He is great և making many powerful passes. With Hutchinson, the Jaguars would have two young studs in the strongest position of the game (the other stud was Trevor Lawrence).

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2. Detroit Lions – Malik Willis, QB, Liberty:

I’ve been a fan of Malik Willis since last year, so it was good to see him become clear in QB1. I’m going one step further, saying he’s going to be second to the Lions in total. Quarters always seem to find a way to advance high in the draft, I think Detroit will bet on Willis’s tools, develop him with Jared Goff.

3. Houston Texans – Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon:

Thibodeau is a crazy athlete who fits in perfectly with Houston. The production on his playground in Oregon was phenomenal, or he fell for the drawings a bit when concerns about the characters arose. These concerns seem unfounded, so he still has a long way to go.

4. New York Jets – Ikem Ekwonu, OT, NC State:

The Jets must continue to add defense to Zack Wilson. They need to maximize its development,: to do that it will need a solid O-Line. Equono is the force that could be the Jets’ right-of-way solution for the future.

5. New York Giants – Travon Walker, EDGE, Georgia

Walker recently launched the project. His athleticism is off the table. However, he produced significantly less during his career than Hutchinson and Tibodo, so I would not take him above any of those players.

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6. Carolina Panthers – Evan Neil, OT, Alabama

The Panthers will start playing with a quarterback, but in a tough fight class they will have to take advantage and strengthen their left-back position. Any QB except Willis will be available here.

7. New York Giants (Chicago Bears) – Ahmad Gardner, Central Bank, Cincinnati

Gardens goes much higher in most caricatures nowadays, but I still did not find it convenient. The combination of its length և speed has elevated him to drawings. With this project, the giants complete their defense with a great look.

8. Atlanta Falcons – Jermaine Johnson III, EDGE, Florida

Johnson is the fourth rush rider I have in the top eight. He is explosive և has produced large numbers at FSU. The Falcons have lacked a good player since Vic Beasley had a great season.

9. Seattle Seahawks (Denver Broncos) – Charles Cross, Ott, Mississippi

With Duan Brown still on the market, the weaker team generally struggling, it’s time for the Seahawks to start looking for defenders. Cross is a skilled crossover defender who is also versatile. He can fill in Brown’s left or slide to his right if Brown returns.

10. New York Jets (Seattle Seahoks) – Gareth Wilson, WR, Ohio

Wilson did very well at the plant, pushing him to WR1 on many people ‘s boards (including mine). He has the potential to be a threat from any distance, no doubt Zack Wilson would like to throw him.

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11. Washington Commanders – Kyle Hamilton, S., Notre Dame

Hamilton has stepped back a bit due to some concerns about his athletic ability, but he is still a leading prospect in this class. His instincts and size should compensate for his problems. He would be a great ending to Washington’s defense.

12. Minnesota Vikings – Derek Stingle Jr., CB, LSU

This will be a great scenario for the Vikings. Stingley has all the tools in the box և a strong resume from his LSU days. Gardner can pass him, but he is a strong CB2.

13. Houston Texans (Cleveland Browns) – Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama

Dice Mills is expected to lead the Texans this season. In order to be honestly shown at work, the Texans have to give him a real playmaker, which is Williams.

14. Baltimore Ravens – Jordan Davis, IDL, Georgia

I can not think of a better place for Davis. In Baltimore, he could learn from Calais Campbell, who is a physical specimen. With Davis, the Ravens D-Line will start to look really awkward.

15. Philadelphia Eagles (Miami Dolphins) – Drake London, WR, USC

The Eagles have recently failed to make receivers, but they seem to have fixed the ship last year by taking DeVonta Smith. So they’re developing USC products here. London is long and agile, he could have been what JJ Arcega-Whiteside was supposed to be.

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16. New Orleans Saints (Philadelphia Eagles – Chris Olav, WR, Ohio)

Olav made an amazing explosion at the plant, taking him out in the first half of this phase. He is a solid route runner who will complement Michael Thomas well.

17. Los Angeles Chargers – Dean Lloyd, LB, Utah

Keyser White left the Chargers, letting go of the full-back. Lloyd: Kenneth Murray will form a wonderful young LB duo.

18. Philadelphia Eagles (New Orleans Saints) – Trent McDuffie, Central Bank, Washington

McDuffie can play any role in the NFL secondary. For the Eagles, he will most likely work abroad against Darius Slay, which is a great need for them.

19. New Orleans Saints (Philadelphia Eagles) – Trevor Penning, Ott, North Iowa

The Saints are opening a hole here when Theron Armstead left town with a free agency. Penning is not polished, but its positive side is incredibly intriguing.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh

Picket stays here in Pittsburgh. This would be a perfect value for Pittsburgh և a great situation for Pickett. I could see he was taking the starting job from Mitch Trubiski until Week 5.

21. New England Patriots – George Carlaftis, EDGE, Purdue

Karlaftis does not show huge numbers, but he is strong in the defense of the race. The Patriots lack this kind of force rush, so he would be a good addition to their top seven.

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22. Green Bay Packers (Las Vegas Raiders) – Trailon Burks, WR, Arkansas

Berks showed low numbers at the plant, but his ability to play great shines through as he has averaged 16.4 yards per hunt during his career. The Packers feel sorry for the playmakers now that Davante Adams is gone.

23. Arizona Cardinals – Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida:

Elam recently created conscription boards. He has great size and length, which are desirable features in today’s NFL.

24. Dallas Cowboys – Devonte Wyatt, IDL, Georgia

Like the previously selected cards, this is the best case scenario for cowboys. Their interior DLine has been weak for years, so Wyatt would be a great addition.

25. Buffalo Bills – Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

I think Booth is a bit underestimated. He demonstrated a high level of anticipation skills at Clemson. If the bills get him here, it could be theft.

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26. Tennessee Titans – Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia

Dean is a Swiss Army knife, the speed of which allows him to hurry and pass the passerby well. Mike Vrabel knew how to use it.

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Zion Johnson, IOL, Boston College

With the retirement of Ali Marpet, the Bux lost an excellent guard in an already lean group. So in this scenario, they reload, trading for Shack Mason, forming Johnson, strengthening Tom Brady’s line.

28. Green Bay Packers – Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M:

Green is a versatile player who has pictures on the line almost everywhere. The Packers are quite thin on the OLine, which goes under the radar because of their exhausted receiving body.

29. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco 49ers) – Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State University

Explosive is the word you hear most about Watson. He has great potential, a great ability to play, which Schaefer now lacks after losing Tyrik Hill. He is by no means very similar to Hill, but Watson tends to pull the strings as he did.

30. Kansas City Chefs – Arnold Abbott, EDGE, Penn State

Ebikitie is small, but that did not stop him from showing big numbers in his last season at Penn State. KC needs help with Chris Jones on their DLine.

31. Cincinnati Bengals – Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa

This will work great for the Bengalis as Linderbaum is the center of the stud that will replace Ted Carras when he is ready. Cincy has done a great job restoring their OLine out of this season, so this will just be a point up.

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32. Detroit Lions (from LA Rams) – Daxton Hill, DB, Michigan

Hill is a versatile secondary player. He could play either corner or safety for the Lions, he would play well in both roles.

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