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2022 NFL Draft

 

Very early look at the guys potentially for the 2022 NFL Draft.  Tons are going to change as I go over the list more and move guys around.  The list is based off guys I have watched and ranked during the season last year not off some random internet list or high school ranking.  It was harder this year having to go back and see what RS SR or SR returned to school with the extra year of eligibility.

(The * indicates the 32nd pick in that round and all below that I have as projected COMPENSATORY picks for that round.

 

1st
Spencer Rattler Oklahoma RS SOPH QB
Sam Howell UNC JR QB
Kayvon Thibodeau Oregon JR DE
Evan Neal Alabama JR OT
Derek Stingley Jr LSU JR CB
Kyle Hamilton Notre Dame JR S
Garrett Wilson Ohio State JR WR
Treylon Burks Arkansas JR WR
Kedon Slovis USC JR QB
Kaiir Elam Florida JR CB
Chris Olave Ohio State SR WR
George Karlaftis Purdue JR DE
Jalen Catalon Arkansas RS SOPH S
DeMarvin Leal Texas A&M JR DT/DE
Henry To'o To'o Alabama JR
Cam Taylor-Britt Nebraska SR CB
Myjai Sanders Cincinnati SR DE/OLB
David Bell Purdue JR WR
Matt Corral Ole Miss RS JR QB
Bubba Bolden Miami FL RS SR S
Aidan Hutchinson Michigan SR DE
Colby Wooden Auburn RS SOPH DE
Drake London USC JR WR
Tiawan Mullen Indiana JR CB
John Metchie III Alabama JR WR
Jordan Davis Georgia JR DT
Daxton Hill Michigan JR S
DJ Dale Alabama JR DT
Andre Anthony LSU RS SR OLB/DE
Justyn Ross Clemson JR WR
Christian Harris Alabama JR OLB
Brock Purdy Iowa State SR QB
 

2nd
George Pickens Georgia JR WR
Carson Strong Nevada RS JR
Daniel Faalele Minnesota SR OT
Cory Trice Purdue RS JR CB
Jalen Wydermyer Texas A&M JR TE
Ahmad Gardner Cincinnati JR CB
Drake Jackson USC JR DE
Mohamed Ibrahim Minnesota RS SR RB
Thayer Munford Ohio State RS SR OT
Tyreke Smith Ohio State SR DE
Mike Rose Iowa State SR ILB
Isaiah Thomas Oklahoma RS SR DE/DT
Adam Anderson Georgia SR OLB
Cade Otton Washington RS JR TE
Romeo Doubs Nevada SR WR
Isaiah Spiller Texas A&M JR RB
Edefuan Ulofoshio Washington RS JR ILB
Zion Johnson Boston College RS SR OG/OT
Leo Chenal Wisconsin JR ILB
Jake Ferguson Wisconsin RS SR TE
JT Daniels Georgia RS JR QB
Sean Rhyan UCLA JR OT
Andrew Booth Jr Clemson JR CB
Abraham Lucas Washington State RS SR OT
Keeanu Benton Wisconsin JR DT
Jahan Dotson Penn State SR WR
Charlie Kolar Iowa State RS SR TE
Jordan Tucker UNC RS SR OT
Derion Kendrick Clemson SR CB
Micah McFadden Indiana SR ILB
Alec Lindstrom Boston College RS SR OG/C
Tyree Johnson Texas A&M RS JR DE/OLB

 

3rd
Jack Jones Arizona State RS SR CB
Ali Gaye LSU JR DE
Brian Robinson Jr Alabama RS SR RB
Jack Sanborn Wisconsin SR ILB
Xavier Thomas Clemson SR DE
Myles Sims Georgia Tech RS JR CB
Haskell Garrett Ohio State RS SR DT
Phil Jurkovec Boston College RS JR QB
Ryan Liam Washington State RS SR OG
Charleston Rambo Miami FL RS JR WR
Kendarin Ray Tulsa RS JR S
Noah Taylor Virginia SR OLB
Isaiah Pola-Mao USC RS SR S
Trent McDuffie Washington JR CB
Cam Jones Indiana SR OLB
Isaiah Foskey Notre Dame RS SOPH DE
Owen Pappoe Auburn JR OLB
Kevin Harris South Carolina JR RB
Payton Wilson NC State RS JR OLB
Zach Harrison Ohio State JR DE
Desmond Ridder Cincinnati RS SR QB
Josh Jobe Alabama SR CB
Brenton Cox Jr Florida RS JR OLB
Ikem Ekwonu NC State JR OT
Will Mallory Miami FL SR TE
Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State SR TE
Jermayne Lole Arizona State SR DT
Greg Dulcich UCLA RS JR TE
Steven Jones Oregon RS JR OT
Jahad Woods Washington State RS SR LB
Zion Nelson Miami FL JR OT
*Wanya Morris Oklahoma JR OT
Zach VanValkenburg Iowa RS SR DE
Byron Young Alabama JR DE
Christian Watson NDSU SR WR
Trey Dean III Florida SR S
 

4th
Tyler Goodson Iowa JR RB
Jaxon Player Tulsa SR DT
Chance Campbell Ole Miss SR ILB
BJ Foster Texas SR S
Coby Bryant Cincinnati RS SR CB
Mike Harley Miami FL RS SR WR
Christopher Allen Alabama RS SR DE/OLB
DeAngelo Malone Western Kentucky RS SR OLB
Bryce Watts UNC RS SR CB
Nate Landman Colorado RS SR ILB
Ronnie Bell Michigan SR WR
Dillon Gabriel UCF JR QB
Caleb Jones Indiana RS SR OT
Tomon Fox UNC RS SR OLB
Bo Nix Auburn JR QB
Master Teague III Ohio State RS JR RB
Tre Webb San Jose State RS SR S
Breece Hall Iowa State JR RB
Ty Fryfogle Indiana RS SR WR
Cole Turner SR TE Nevada
Jordan Wright Kentucky RS DE/OLB
Marcus McKethan UNC RS SR OG
Jeffrey Gunter Coastal Carolina SR DE
David Bailey Boston College SR RB
Rasheed Walker Penn State RS JR OT
Jelani Woods Ok State RS SR TE
D'Eriq King Miami FL RS SR QB
Ed Ingram LSU SR OG
Justin Foster Clemson SR DE
Ventrell Miller Florida RS SR ILB
Antonio Shelton Florida RS SR DT
*Cameron Goode Cal RS SR OLB
Darnell Wright Tennessee JR OT
Roger McCreary Auburn SR CB
Ainias Smith Texas A&M JR RB/WR
Jayden Daniels Arizona State JR QB
Kenyon Green Texas A&M JR OG
Myles Jones Texas A&M RS SR CB
Jeremiah Gemmel UNC RS SR ILB
Leonard Taylor Cincinnati SR TE

 

5th
Jack Koerner Iowa RS SR S
George Moore Oregon RS SR OT
Dylan Wonnum South Carolina SR OT
Jequez Ezzard Sam Houston State SR WR
Conner Olson Minnesota RS SR C/OG
Zachary Carter Florida RS SR DT
Austin Allen Nebraska RS SR TE
Sevyn Banks Ohio State SR CB
Darian Kinnard Kentucky SR OT
Joshua Paschal Kentucky RS SR DE/OLB
Mark Kallenberger Iowa RS SR OG/OT
Quentin Lake UCLA SR S
Mark Pope Miami FL SR WR
Tanner Morgan Minnesota RS SR QB
Dax Hollifield Virginia Tech JR ILB
Josh Proctor Ohio State SR S
Sam Schlueter Minnesota RS SR OG/OT
Nesta Jade Silvera Miami FL SR DT
Kuony Deng Cal RS SR LB
Dorian Thompson-Robinson UCLA SR QB
Emeka Emezie NC State RS SR WR
Brandon Drayton Marshall RS SR S
Eyioma Uwazurike Iowa State RS SR DE
James Cook Georgia SR RB
Isaac Slade-Matautia Oregon RS SR OLB
Mekhi Blackmon Colorado RS SR CB
Kyler Schott Iowa RS SR OG
Quay Walker Georgia SR ILB
CJ Verdell Oregon RS SR RB
Scott Nelson Wisconsin RS SR S
JoJo Domann Nebraska RS SR OLB
*Stewart Reese Florida RS SR OG
Sydney Brown Illinois SR S
Leddie Brown West Virginia SR RB
Cameron Dicker Texas SR
Boye Mafe Minnesota RS SR DE
Perrion Winfrey Oklahoma SR DT

 

6th
Viane Moala Utah RS SR DT/DE
Joey Blount Virginia RS SR S
Devin Loyd Utah SR LB
Carter Warren Pitt RS SR OT
Michael Clemons Texas A&M SR DE
Greg Eisworth Iowa State RS SR S
Dee Wiggins Miami FL SR WR
Marquel Dismuke Nebraska RS SR S
Thomas Hennigan App State RS SR WR
Labryan Ray Alabama RS SR DE
Jermaine Johnson Florida State SR LB
Cam'Ron Harris Miami FL SR RB
Max Borghi Washington State SR RB
Braden Galloway Clemson SR TE
Christopher Brown Jr Cal SR RB
John Ridgeway Illinois State RS SR DT
Dalton Wagner Arkansas RS SR OT
Christopher Hinton Michigan JR DT
DaQuan Newkirk Florida RS SR DT
James Skalski Clemson RS SR ILB
Marquis Hayes Oklahoma RS SR OG
Deandre Johnson Miami FL SR DE/OLB
Erik Swenson Oklahoma RS SR OT
Chris Owens Alabama RS SR C
Devon Matthews Indiana SR S
Daniel Barker Illinois SR TE
Riley Moss Iowa SR CB/S
Xavier Henderson Michigan State SR S
Jake Hansen Illinois RS SR ILB
Phidarian Mathis Alabama RS SR DE
Willie Taylor Washington State RS SR OLB/DE
*Smoke Monday Auburn SR S
LD Brown Oklahoma State RS SR RB
Xavier Gaines Marshall RS SR TE
Tyrique Stevenson Miami FL SR S
Bumper Pool Arkansas SR OLB
JD Spielman TCU RS SR WR
Malcolm Rodriguez Ok State RS SR ILB
Trelon Smith Arkansas SR RB
 

7th
Gunner Romney BYU SR WR
Kevin Marks Jr Buffalo RS SR RB
Corey Bethley TCU RS SR DT
Major Tennison Alabama RS SR TE
Ricky Person Jr. NC State SR RB
OrTre Smith South Carolina RS SR WR
Jalen McKenzie USC RS SR OT
Chamarri Conner Virginia Tech SR S
Brandon Peters Illinois RS SR QB
Jatarvious Whitlow Western Illinois SR RB
Seth Green Houston RS SR TE
JD King Georgia Southern RS SR RB
Johnny Johnson III Oregon SR WR
Obinna Eze TCU RS SR OT
John Michael Schmitz Minnesota RS SR C
Nolan Turner Clemson RS SR S
Sam Hartman Wake Forest SR QB
Ty Chandler UNC SR RB
Christopher Smith Georgia SR S
Noah Burks Wisconsin RS OLB
Scott Patchan Colorado State RS SR DE
Big Kat Bryant Tennessee SR DE
Sean Clifford Penn State RS SR QB
Reynard Ellis Georgia Southern RS SR ILB
Tony Adams Illinois RS SR S
Jeremiah Moon Florida RS SR OLB
Shai Werts Louisivlle RS SR WR/RB
Khalil Shakir Boise State SR WR
Don Gardner South Dakota State RS SR CB
Peyton Hendershot Indiana RS SR TE
Liam Shanahan LSU RS SR C
*Matt Henningsen Wisconsin SR DE
Blake Kern Arkansas RS SR TE
Brandon Pili USC RS SR DT
Drew Jordan Michigan State RS SR DE
Jaquan Brisker Penn State RS SR S
Zander Horvath Purdue RS SR RB/FB
Jamale Carothers Navy SR RB/FB
Devin Taylor Virginia Tech RS S
Johnny Lumpkin Louisiana RS SR TE

 

 

Tons of guys who were given another shot at college football with a 5th sometimes 6th year or more of eligibility because of the pandemic, here are the guys I have in that boat.  The bottom 15 or so I still had as prospects in the current draft for 2021 and did not know they returned to school.  One has to literally look up almost every single guy and try to find out if he came back or not.  This just includes NFL prospects though and did not include just anyone that returned, sure I have forgot and missed some, a few transferred to another school like Seth Green but most did not transfer with the extra year.

Ryan Liam Washington State RS SR OG
DeAngelo Malone Western Kentucky RS SR OLB/DE
Coby Bryant Cincinnati RS SR CB
Corey Bethley TCU RS SR DT
Emeka Emezie NC State RS SR WR
Malcolm Rodriguez Ok State RS SR ILB
Zion Johnson Boston College RS SR OG/OT
Brian Robinson Jr Alabama RS SR RB
Jack Jones Arizona State RS SR CB
Zach VanValkenburg Iowa RS SR DE
Ty Fryfogle Indiana RS SR WR
Tomon Fox UNC RS SR OLB
Tre Webb San Jose State RS SR S
Nate Landman Colorado RS SR ILB
Conner Olson Minnesota RS SR C/OG
D'Eriq King Miami FL RS SR QB
Cameron Goode Cal RS SR OLB
JoJo Domann Nebraska RS SR OLB
Ventrell Miller Florida RS SR ILB
Sam Schlueter Minnesota RS SR OG/O
Mark Kallenberger Iowa RS SR OG/OT
Noah Burks Wisconsin RS SR OLB
Marquel Dismuke Nebraska RS SR S
Kuony Deng Cal RS SR LB
Joey Blount Virginia RS SR S
Eyioma Uwazurike Iowa State RS SR DE
Stewart Reese Florida RS SR OG
Greg Eisworth Iowa State RS SR S
DaQuan Newkirk Florida RS SR DT
James Skalski Clemson RS SR ILB
Tevin Paul Cal RS SR OLB
Chris Owens Alabama RS SR C
Will Honas Nebraska RS SR OLB
Nolan Turner Clemson RS SR S
Mandy Alonso Virginia RS SR DE
Scott Patchan Colorado State RS SR DE
Big Kat Bryant Tennessee SR DE
Chase Brice App State SR QB
Jeremiah Moon Florida RS SR OLB
Brad Hawkins Michigan RS SR S
Shai Werts Louisivlle RS SR WR/RB
Seth Green Houston RS SR TE
Liam Shanahan LSU RS SR C
Marcelino Ball Indiana RS SR S/LB
Luc Bequette NA SR DE
Glen Logan LSU RS SR DE
Jake Hansen Illinois ILB RS SR
Jahad Woods Washington State OLB RS SR
Viane Moala Utah DT RS SR
Brandon Drayton Marshall S RS SR
Myles Jones Texas A&M CB RS SR
VaDarius Cowan West Virginia ILB RS SR
JD Spielamn TCU WR RS SR
Kekoa Crawford Cal WR RS SR
Bryce Witham Minnesota TE RS SR
Austin Deculus LSU OT RS SR
Brandon Pili USC DT RS SR
LD Brown Ok State RB RS SR
JK King Ga Southern RB RS SR
Thomas Hennigan App State WR RS SR
Hunter Johnson Northwestern QB RS SR
Jackson Anthrop Purdue WR RS SR
Tayon Fleet-Davis Maryland RB RS SR
Connor Heyward Michigan State RB RS SR
Jacub Panasiuk Michigan State DE RS SR
Zach McCloud Miami FL OLB RS SR
Armani Rogers Ohio WR/QB RS SR

 

 

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10 minutes ago, SteelKing728 said:

Wait I thought Justyn Ross had a career ending injury???

https://theathletic.com/news/justyn-ross-clemson-return/TZXIgRllUIbF

He is going to play next season as far as I know, sure his injury was bad but I never heard it was career ending.  Has a shot at being a good player but sure that could change quickly, and Mike Williams on Clemson came back from arguably a worse injury in the neck and is now in the NFL and doing quite well.

Ross kind of disappointed in 2019 I thought after being so amazing that true freshman season late.  Will see what he looks like now.   

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Catalon's size makes me think he'll probably drop further than he should. He may only measure in at 5'10 if that.

I also think Dalton Wagner is more likely to lose his starting spot than get drafted, he's not that good IMO. As far as Arkansas players I might have CB Montaric Brown and LT Myron Cunningham on there before Wagner and Kern.

Really intrigued to see what time Burks will run. He's supposedly dropped from 230 to 220 this offseason.

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Interesting with Dax Hollifield on there as a 5th. He's underachieved at VT so far, but we'll be on his shoulders to anchor the front 7 this year. 

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Speaking on what I know (Ohio State), a few comments:

  • I'd be that one of either Teradja Mitchell or Dallas Gant (possibly both) play well enough to be draftable
  • I wouldn't be totoally shocked if Nicholas Petit-Frere left early and was a rd 2-3 pick, he was very good and dependable last year
  • Ruckert is going to test well and is a good run blocker as well, I bet he ends up more in the 30-50 range.
  • I get Zach Harrison being lower, but he's going to test well and I bet that boosts him into that same 30-50 range as Ruckert
  • Actually think that might be a little high on Thayer Munford. He's good, but he's older and has an injury history, so I think he'll probably go somewhere in the 45-90 range.
  • Also think you are high on Tyreke Smith.  He hasn't done much rushing the passer, but he is a reliable run defender
  • Think you are low on Haskell Garrett. He's as good or better than Togiai and did what he did last year freshly off being shot in the face.
  • Seems a bit rich for Master Teague.  He's had issues staying healthy and inconsistency in performance.  At times he'll look explosive, at other times, it looks like he is running in quicksand.  I think he'll test average athletically.
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6 hours ago, WPS said:

Catalon's size makes me think he'll probably drop further than he should. He may only measure in at 5'10 if that.

I also think Dalton Wagner is more likely to lose his starting spot than get drafted, he's not that good IMO. As far as Arkansas players I might have CB Montaric Brown and LT Myron Cunningham on there before Wagner and Kern.

Really intrigued to see what time Burks will run. He's supposedly dropped from 230 to 220 this offseason.

Catalon I might have a bit high but I think he is a big time safety and had a great RS freshman season.  He is tough, can really tackle and is solid in coverage.  Size is not really that important at safety, sure it is nice but if you can cover and hit being 5-10 is not a problem at all.  I like Wagner's size obviously and athletic ability but sure will have to improve.  Kern I like his toughness and playmaking at TE but sure he will have to improve as well.

Burks is a big time receiver and should have an outstanding season, smart to lose a few pounds potentially and increase his speed but will see.  

 

5 hours ago, MikeT14 said:

Interesting with Dax Hollifield on there as a 5th. He's underachieved at VT so far, but we'll be on his shoulders to anchor the front 7 this year. 

Dax I feel is totally poised to become a big time player, if anything a 5th round pick is pretty low for him, but with the loses they have had at LB I think Dax could become the man there and really increase his production.  I like his toughness, strength to get off blocks, is a passionate player who can make plays.  I think he could have a great year and if anything could be a higher pick.

Devin Taylor is a prospect as well, I will have to include him into the rankings, he could be decent as a safety/corner.  Conner will be curious how good he is, might have him a bit low but will see.  Overall that VT defense has been a disappointment of the past few years and if anything the entire team has been a disappointment.  

 

 

5 hours ago, THE DUKE said:

Speaking on what I know (Ohio State), a few comments:

  • I'd be that one of either Teradja Mitchell or Dallas Gant (possibly both) play well enough to be draftable
  • I wouldn't be totoally shocked if Nicholas Petit-Frere left early and was a rd 2-3 pick, he was very good and dependable last year
  • Ruckert is going to test well and is a good run blocker as well, I bet he ends up more in the 30-50 range.
  • I get Zach Harrison being lower, but he's going to test well and I bet that boosts him into that same 30-50 range as Ruckert
  • Actually think that might be a little high on Thayer Munford. He's good, but he's older and has an injury history, so I think he'll probably go somewhere in the 45-90 range.
  • Also think you are high on Tyreke Smith.  He hasn't done much rushing the passer, but he is a reliable run defender
  • Think you are low on Haskell Garrett. He's as good or better than Togiai and did what he did last year freshly off being shot in the face.
  • Seems a bit rich for Master Teague.  He's had issues staying healthy and inconsistency in performance.  At times he'll look explosive, at other times, it looks like he is running in quicksand.  I think he'll test average athletically.

Zach Harrison I might have a little low but both he had Tyreke Smith really need to pick up their level of play.  Tyreke Smith I like his burst off the ball a bit more but yeah if one works out great they could go high in a some what down DE class in terms of depth.  Still Tyreke seems a little quicker off the snap, but will be curious which one stands out.  Garrett is good but not sure I would call him better than Togiai, that guy has crazy strength, not sure Garrett has that type of strength but will see if he can improve off last year.  

Petit-Frere has potential to be very good granted but need to see a bit more out of him.  Still to me Munford is far more of a proven player than Petit-Frere.   Ruckert yes could have a great year, really ended the season well and was a big time weapon but will see if he can keep that up.  

True I could be a bit high of Teague but I like his toughness between the tackles but granted that OL could suck compared to last year.  The loss of Myers and Davis could be massive and maybe they have no real good replacement for either one.  If so yeah Teague's production could struggle.  Myers I thought was really underrated in the process and would not be surprised if he starts at center for the Packers next year because Jenkins I feel is better as a OG than a center.  

Will be curious what K'Vaughan Pope, at times he looked awesome but has played very little.  I have heard they are going to get To'o To'o so that could really help that D.  

Either way there is no Justin Fields walking through that door, will see if they can keep up that crazy high level of QB play but maybe it is more the WRs and system they are in than the QB, will see.

 

4 hours ago, animaltested said:

UW's LT Jaxson Kirkland is probably a name to add. Was 2nd Team All Pac12 as a guard, and was a 1st Team All Pac12 last year as a LT.

6'7 300+

Sure he will be one to look out for next year but I have to watch him more.  I like Victor Curne as a OL prospect on Washington and think he has some potential.  Really sucks Zion Tupuola-Fetui is out for what 6-10 months so maybe the season.  He could have been a pretty high draft pick but still might declare, will see, had a great season last year getting after the QB.  7 sacks in three games is really impressive.  

 

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Looks like you nailed some of Wisconsin’s under the radar defenders like Chenal and Benton. Curious what you think of Wisconsin OL Bruss, Beach, and Lyles.

Cesar Williams is another name to throw out there at CB.

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7 hours ago, badgers0821 said:

Looks like you nailed some of Wisconsin’s under the radar defenders like Chenal and Benton. Curious what you think of Wisconsin OL Bruss, Beach, and Lyles.

Cesar Williams is another name to throw out there at CB.

I could be massively overrating Benton, Chenal is very good but then again I thought the same about Chris Orr and he was a UDFA so might be greatly overrating him as well.  But those two Chenal and Sanborn hard to find a better group of ILBs and Benton keeps them clean a lot so will see.  The group of LBs in general is very deep especially after Herbig did so well as a FR last year.

That OL I do not think there are any great players on it, they all have to improve a lot which might happen.  Will be curious what Logan Brown looks like but is kind of pathetic honestly he has basically rarely played so far as the 5 star top rated recruit coming out of high school.  Will see if he has any ability.   Bruss I liked a few years back but did not do great last year and kind of struggled.

Caesar is ok but need to see more from him, Wildgoose was a better pure corner with better coverage skills.  Jack Dunn could have a breakout year and do some things.  Reggie Pearson transferring is a big loss, he had outstanding range and could really do a lot of things on that defense, that will be a loss, Nelson is good but does not have the range and versatility Pearson had.

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13 hours ago, Ozzy said:

Dax I feel is totally poised to become a big time player, if anything a 5th round pick is pretty low for him, but with the loses they have had at LB I think Dax could become the man there and really increase his production.  I like his toughness, strength to get off blocks, is a passionate player who can make plays.  I think he could have a great year and if anything could be a higher pick.

Devin Taylor is a prospect as well, I will have to include him into the rankings, he could be decent as a safety/corner.  Conner will be curious how good he is, might have him a bit low but will see.  Overall that VT defense has been a disappointment of the past few years and if anything the entire team has been a disappointment.  

 

Good input. I very much hope you are right :) 

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7 hours ago, MikeT14 said:

Good input. I very much hope you are right :) 

Rayshard Ashby has been the leading tackler or 2nd leading tackler on the VT team the past three years Dax has been on the team.  So take Ashby out of the lineup and no reason why Dax should not have chances to show what he can do, to me he is easily the best LB on the team currently.  Granted Ashby was not signed by a team was he as a UDFA?  Odd he was not I thought at least he would get a shot as a UDFA, sure is undersized but knows how to play but in todays NFL most only seem to care about how a LB plays in space, can he sack the QB and how much range he has in coverage overall.  

Sure Dax is not that type of guy either but still think he has toughness to be a decent ILB in a 3/4 and with improved play and overall conditioning might be able to play in a 4/3.  

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Hope you don’t mind me sneaking in a selfish question, but for dynasty fantasy football purposes, what do you think the standout stronger than average 2022 group is for both offense and defense??

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16 hours ago, Ozzy said:

I could be massively overrating Benton, Chenal is very good but then again I thought the same about Chris Orr and he was a UDFA so might be greatly overrating him as well.  But those two Chenal and Sanborn hard to find a better group of ILBs and Benton keeps them clean a lot so will see.  The group of LBs in general is very deep especially after Herbig did so well as a FR last year.

That OL I do not think there are any great players on it, they all have to improve a lot which might happen.  Will be curious what Logan Brown looks like but is kind of pathetic honestly he has basically rarely played so far as the 5 star top rated recruit coming out of high school.  Will see if he has any ability.   Bruss I liked a few years back but did not do great last year and kind of struggled.

Caesar is ok but need to see more from him, Wildgoose was a better pure corner with better coverage skills.  Jack Dunn could have a breakout year and do some things.  Reggie Pearson transferring is a big loss, he had outstanding range and could really do a lot of things on that defense, that will be a loss, Nelson is good but does not have the range and versatility Pearson had.

No to Jack Dunn, he’s a 6th year Sr and hopefully won’t even be in the two-deep. If he is playing at all we have bigger issues.

Chimre Dike is the WR to keep an eye on although he won’t be eligible for the 2022 draft.

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7 hours ago, badgers0821 said:

No to Jack Dunn, he’s a 6th year Sr and hopefully won’t even be in the two-deep. If he is playing at all we have bigger issues.

Chimre Dike is the WR to keep an eye on although he won’t be eligible for the 2022 draft.

Jack Dunn had more yards punt returning last year than Alex Erickson had in college, and Erickson is still in the NFL mostly because of his return ability.  So if Dunn continues to improve overall and keep up his return skills he will have a shot maybe at the league if he shows he can be a threat as a return man.  Dike is ok but I am not a fan of how he is put together physically but sure has some deep threat ability, and same with Pryor and Davis both are ok but not sure they are next level receivers and both would have to greatly improve and both seem to be constantly hurt.

 

9 hours ago, RTTRUTH said:

Hope you don’t mind me sneaking in a selfish question, but for dynasty fantasy football purposes, what do you think the standout stronger than average 2022 group is for both offense and defense??

I do not have current roster information, usually try and get a college football yearbook with current and updated depth rosters in late May.  So have not looked that over yet fully.

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