2022 NFL Mock Draft 1.0:

As the NFL Combine kicks off tomorrow, the draft season is in full swing. So here is my first long overdue joke for 2022.

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  1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Evan Neil, OT, Alabama

The number one priority should be defending Trevor Lawrence, so Neil makes sense first.

  1. Detroit Lions – Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan

Hutchinson is as powerful as they come as he brings back memories of young JJ Watt.

  1. Houston Texans – Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame:

Hamilton could make his special mix (he weighs about 6.4, 220))’s athleticism to the Texas matte defense.

  1. New York Jets – Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon:

Robert Saleh knows what it is like to have a young, elite rush (Nick Bosa) և he would not miss the opportunity to bring Thibodo.

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  1. New York Giants – Ikem Ekwonu, OT, NC

Equono is a great blockbuster that can save a ton of space for Sakun Barkley.

  1. Carolina Panthers – Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi

The Panthers have many bright holes in their offensive line, so Cross can fill one of them.

  1. New York Giants (Chicago Bears) – Dean Lloyd, LB, Utah

Athletic, versatile players are becoming more and more popular in the NFL, և Lloyd fits that horse.

  1. Atlanta Falcons – Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU

Stingley has been a closing corner at LSU since its first year in the national championship.

  1. Denver Broncos – Jermaine Johnson, EDGE, Florida

Johnson is one of the biggest climbers to date this year.

  1. New York Jets (Seattle Seahoks) – Ahmad Sous Gardner, Central Bank, Cincinnati

The Jets continue to increase their defenses by taking on the Gardner, who performs fantastically in the red zone.

  1. Washington Commanders – Malik Willis, CB, Liberty

Willis has a huge hand և electric running ability և in the right position he can become the best in the QB league.

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  1. Minnesota Vikings – Trent McDuffie, Central Bank, Washington

The Vikings have not found a true CB1 Xavier Rhodes since its heyday, so maybe this year’s draft player like McDuffie could play that role.

  1. Cleveland Browns – Drake London, WR, USC

6’5 “, weighing 210 pounds, London can drown on defenders և be the field stretcher that the Browns need.

  1. Baltimore Ravens – Travon Walker, EDGE, Georgia

The Ravens bet on Jason Owen’s physical instruments in last year’s draft, և they do the same with Walker here.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles (Miami Dolphins) – David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan

The top seven in the Eagles are getting older, so it makes sense to take on a young, talented runner like Ojabo.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts) – Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

Booth has excellent waiting skills, he would have a good match with Darius Slay in Philly.

  1. Los Angeles Chargers – Trailon Burks, WR, Arkansas

If the Chargers lose Mike Williams in free agency, the Berks will be his perfect replacement.

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  1. New Orleans Saints – Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State:

Wilson is the playmaker the Saints need or they need a defender.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles – Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M:

The green is massive (6’4 “, 325 lbs) – versatile, or its best fit is probably indoors.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers – Tyler Linderbaum, IOL, Iowa

The Steelers should find their future in QB soon, but it’s such a superficial lesson that I think their first priority should be to build an offensive line.

  1. New England Patriots – Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama

The Patriots lack the true WR1, և Williams’s speed should allow him to play that role in the NFL.

  1. Las Vegas Raiders-Jordan Davis, IDL, Georgia

Dice movement skills at 6’6 “, 340 lbs are simply incredible.

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  1. Arizona Cardinals – Steps Gordon, Central Bank, Washington

The cards desperately need help in the corner, so they take on a sports monster in Gordon.

  1. Dallas Cowboys – George Carlaftis, EDGE, Purdue:

It would be a dream for cowboys to line up Carlaftis on the opposite end of Demarcus Lawrence.

  1. Buffalo Bills – Devonte Wyatt, IDL, Georgia

Wyatt is another explosive Georgia DT, not the size of Jordan Dice.

  1. Tennessee Titans – Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia

At 6’0 “, at 225 lbs, Dean is small for a traditional LB, but that only adds to his intrigue as a multidimensional defender.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss:

Corral has an unusual release, but it obviously worked well for him.

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  1. Green Bay Packers – Treasure Penning, OT, North Iowa

Penning is a small school gem that perfectly slows down the 6’7’s 321 pound run.

  1. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco 49ers) – Chris Olav, WR, Ohio

Olav is a skilled route runner who will work well with Tua Tagovaylo.

  1. Kansas City Chiefs – Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State:

With safe hands, Dotson would complement Tyrik Hill և Tracy Kelsey well

  1. Cincinnati Bengals – Bernard Ryman, OT, Central Michigan

After appearing in the Super Bowl, the Bengalis must do everything possible to upgrade their O-Line.

  1. Detroit Lions (from LA Rams) – Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh

Pickett had a great 2021 season in Pete, stopping him with Jared Goff in Detroit.

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