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2022 Mock Draft (Post SB; First 2 rounds)


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Round One:

1. Jacksonville - Ikem Ekwonu OT, NC State

2. Detroit - Kyle Hamilton Safety, Notre Dame

3. *Philadelphia (Via Hou) - Aiden Hutchinson DE, Michigan

4. NY Jets - Kayvon Thibodeaux DE, Oregon

5. NY Giants - George Karlaftis DE, Purdue

6. Carolina - Charles Cross OT, Mississippi State

7. NY Giants - Tyler Linderbaum Center, Iowa

8. Atlanta - Nakobe Dean LB, Georgia

9. *Cincinnati - Evan Neal OT, Alabama

10. NY Jets - Derek Stingley Jr. CB, LSU

11. Washington - Matt Corral QB, Mississippi

12. Minnesota - Trent McDuffie CB, Washington

13. Cleveland - Garrett Wilson WR, Ohio State

14. Baltimore - Bernhard Raimann OT, Central Michigan

15. *Houston (Via Phi) - Sam Howell QB, North Carolina

16. *Houston (Via Phi) - Kenyon Green OG, Texas A&M

17. LA Chargers - Drake London WR, USC

18. New Orleans - Chris Olave WR, Ohio State

19. Philadelphia - Ahmad Gardner CB, Cincinnati

20. Pittsburgh - Kenny Pickett QB, Pittsburgh

21. New England - Devin Lloyd LB, Utah

22. Las Vegas - Jameson Williams WR, Alabama

23. Arizona - Devonte Wyatt DT, Georgia

24. Dallas - Travon Walker DE, Georgia

25. *Detroit (via Buf) - Andrew Booth Jr. CB, Clemson

26. Tennessee - Kaiir Elam CB, Florida

27. Tampa Bay - Jahan Dotson WR, Penn State

28. Green Bay - Trevor Penning OT, Northern Iowa

29. Miami - Brian Asamoah LB, Oklahoma

30. Kansas City - Jermaine Johnson II DE, Florida State

31. *Denver (via Cin) - David Ojabo DE, Michigan

32. *Buffalo (Via Det) - Jordan Davis DT, Georgia

Round Two:

33. Jacksonville - Treylon Burks WR, Arkansas

34. Detroit - Leo Chanel LB, Wisconsin

35. *Philadelphia (Via Hou) - Lewis Cine Safety, Georgia

36. NY Jets - Skyy Moore WR, Western Michigan

37. NY Giants - Zion Johnson OG, Boston College

38. NY Jets - Christian Harris LB, Alabama

39. Chicago - Jalen Pitre CB, Baylor

40. Atlanta - Malik Willis QB, Liberty

41. Denver - Desmond Ridder QB, Cincinnati

42. Seattle - Drake Jackson DE, USC

43. Washington - Jaquan Brisker Safety, Penn State

44. Minnesota - Kingsley Enagbare DE, South Carolina

45. Cleveland - Travis Jones DT, Connecticut

46. Baltimore - Arnold Ebiketie DE, Penn State

47. Miami - DeMarvin Leal DE, Texas A&M

48. Indianapolis - Roger McCreary CB, Auburn

49. LA Chargers - Trey McBride TE, Colorado State

50. New Orleans - Daxton Hill CB, Michigan

51. Philadelphia - Justyn Ross WR, Clemson

52. Pittsburgh - David Bell WR, Purdue

53. New England - George Pickens WR, Georgia

54. Las Vegas - Dylan Parham OG, Memphis

55. Arizona - Kyler Gordon CB, Washington

56. Dallas - Cameron Thomas DE, San Diego State

57. Buffalo Jalen Tolbert WR, South Alabama

58. Atlanta - Kenneth Walker III RB, Michigan State

59. Tampa Bay - Jeremy Ruckart TE, Ohio State

60. Green Bay - Nik Bonitto DE, Oklahoma

61. San Francisco - John Metchie III WR, Alabama

62. Kansas City - Kerby Joseph Safety, Illinois

63. Cincinnati - Luke Fortner Center, Kentucky

64. Denver - Darian Kinnard OT, Kentucky

Trades:

Philadelphia received: 2022 #3 overall, 2022 #35 overall
Houston received: 2022 #15 and #16 overall

Cincinnati received: 2022 #9 overall
Denver received: 2022 #31 overall, 2022 3rd round; 2023 1st and 3rd round picks

Lions received: 2022 #25 overall
Buffalo received: 2022 #32 overall, 2022 3rd round

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Houston is dumb, but that trade is lopsided in Philly's favor. 15+16 for #3 is somewhat even. #35 on top of that tilts it. I'd be all for it though.

Hard to see Kyle Hamilton going 2nd.

I like that you mixed it up a bit, but some these feel way off, like Asamoah going round 1, Neal making it to 9th overall, Treylon sliding to round 2. Props for effort and trying out a few trades.

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I really don't hate or dislike any of the players we got and think the 2nd round was pretty good value overall.  But missing out on every edge rusher and O-lineman in the 1st 2 rounds is a very very bad look for us.  I love me some Nakobe Dean but i think i have to go with Neal there for the O-line As 1 he is BPA and thats how we draft and 2 our O-line needs alot more work than our LB crew does.   

Malik in the 2nd where as i don't really want a QB in this draft his value there might be to hard to pass up and he is also my #1 QB in this class.  I wouldn't take any QB round 1 but Willis is the 1 guy who might make me pull the trigger in round 2. 

Walker is a very solid back but we need Edge Rushing badly and i think i go with Nick Bonitto there over Walker unless we can somehow grab 2 really good edge rushers in FA.

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9 hours ago, nozzyboi said:

28. Green Bay - Trevor Penning OT, Northern Iowa

Packers don't really have a need at OT.  Elgton Jenkins' future is probably at RT, and they've got Billy Turner there right now.  With Za'Darius Smith and Preston Smith both as potential cap casualties, Jermaine Johnson [EDGE; Florida State] and David Ojabo [EDGE; Michigan] would be hard to pass up depending on what kind of skillset/body type they want.

9 hours ago, nozzyboi said:

60. Green Bay - Nik Bonitto DE, Oklahoma

Assuming the Packers go EDGE early, DL and WR seem to be the most likely positions taken here.  TE could be another need here.

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Bengals wouldn't make that trade. They won't trade the 2023 first rounder period as they are philosophically opposed to mortgaging the future. They plan and hope to fix the O-line in free agency and already have a bunch of younger, unproven O-linemen. I could see them trading up for a CB, especially if Gardner falls out of the top 15. 

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1 hour ago, J_E_T_$ said:

For the Jets #10, switch Ahmad Gardner for Stingley.  He is clearly the better prospect.  

I agree but it will depend on who the Jets value more. System plays a factor in most teams drafts; the good ones at least and Jets use to be a good one.

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2 hours ago, sparky151 said:

Bengals wouldn't make that trade. They won't trade the 2023 first rounder period as they are philosophically opposed to mortgaging the future. They plan and hope to fix the O-line in free agency and already have a bunch of younger, unproven O-linemen. I could see them trading up for a CB, especially if Gardner falls out of the top 15. 

Well factor this in. The defense wasn't the issue; it did enough to almost win a SB. That offensive line is the glaring need. And if they can fix half of that Oline in FA. Then they can afford to take the Rams approach and mortage the future for now. A team can't come from a SB and not be aggressive in making moves to help them get back there. Sitting at #31 does them no good on grabbing a sure thing. It was necessary IMO :)

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Bengals should sign 4 free agent O-linemen though 2 of those might be re-signing Spain and Reiff. Picking at 31, they can't be sure of getting any particular prospect so the draft isn't the way to go for something that important. I'm not opposed to picking Zion Johnson if he's on the board as Spain's eventual replacement but we have a passle of younger O-linemen the team still hopes will pan out. But they can't trust to start now.

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I doubt the Cincy-Denver trade is realistic, but I would love to see it.

I would pass on QB until the 4th round too.

Use those 5 day 2 picks to get a new starting RT, a starting LB and a slot corner. And if they don't trade the other 2 to get those guys...a RB to be number 2 for Javonte and another edge or a DL for depth.

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5 hours ago, BowserBroncos said:

I can see it too, but not easy to do this year with no top tier QB prospect in this class.

Usually trading for #1 involves trading 1 or 2 future 1st rounds and hard to see someone doing that this year.

I have a feeling Willis is gonna higher then anyone thinks cuz of his arm strength and his athletic abilities. 

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