Sports – 2022 NFL Draft Recap

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Sports – 2022 NFL Draft Recap

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The 2022 NFL Draft is complete.  Seven rounds, three days, numerous trades, two hundred and fifty six players chosen, and thirty-two teams with new players on their rosters.  In my Mock Draft, I attempted to predict the first round, and of course I got it mostly wrong.  It was fun to guess, but here’s how the first round really shook out:

 

1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Travon Walker, DL from Georgia

2. Detroit Lions – Aidan Hutchinson, DL from Michigan

3. Houston Texans – Derek Stingley, CB from LSU

4. New York Jets – Sauce Gardner, CB from Cincinnati

5. New York Giants – Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE from Oregon

6. Carolina Panthers –Ickey Ekwonu, OL from NC State

7. New York Giants – Evan Neal, OL from Alabama

8. Atlanta Falcons – Drake London, WR from USC

9. Seattle Seahawks – Charles Cross, OL from Mississippi St

10. New York Jets – Garrett Wilson, WR from OSU

11. New Orleans Saints – Chris Olave, WR from OSU

12. Detroit Lions – Jameson Williams, WR from Alabama

13. Philadelphia Eagles – Jordan Davis, DL from Georgia

14. Baltimore Ravens –Kyle Hamilton, S from Notre Dame

15. Houston Texans –Kenyon Green, OL from Texas A&M

16. Washington Commanders – Jahan Dotson, WR from Penn St

17. Los Angeles Chargers – Zion Johnson, OL from Boston College

18. Tennessee Titans – Treylon Burks, WR from Arkansas

19. New Orleans Saints – Trevor Penning, OL from Northern Iowa

20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Kenny Pickett, QB from Pitt

21. Kansas City Chiefs – Trent McDuffie, CB from Washington

22. Green Bay Packers – Quay Walker, LB from Georgia

23. Buffalo Bills – Kaiir Elam, CB from Florida

24. Dallas Cowboys – Tyler Smith, OT from Tulsa

25. Baltimore Ravens – Tyler Linderbaum,  OL from Iowa

26. New York Jets – Jermain Johnson, DL from Florida St

27. Jacksonville Jaguars – Devin Lloyd, LB from Utah

28. Green Bay Packers – Devonte Wyatt, DT from Georgia

29. New England Patriots – Cole Strange, OL from UT-Chattanooga

30. Kansas City Chiefs – George Karlaftis, EDGE from Purdue

31. Cincinnati Bengals – Dax Hill, S from Michigan

32. Minnesota Vikings –Lewis Cine, S from Georgia


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