2022 NFL Mock Draft: Predicting all 32 decisions in the first round

Preparations for the 2022 NFL in less than 36 hours! The potential does not end in class without a slam dunk quarterback and more hope. This is how the first round can be shaken tomorrow night.

Travon Walker, Edge, Georgia: Jacksonville begins Doug Pederson’s career by writing some of the best essays in class. Travon Walker has assisted initially as a top-flight defender and will likely be a passing runner.

Aidan Hutchinson, Edge, Michigan: Dan Campbell is an ordinary recruiting company that can come out as a security guard sounds great. Hutchinson assisted Detroit’s run and helped them form a team.

Ikem Ekwonu, The Great Struggle, NC State: Texans can run fences by writing offensive and upside down weapons.

Kayvon Thibodeaux, Edge, Oregon: The Jets would be happy for Kayvon Thibodeaux to come down to them and help give them a bigger lead so they can defend their defense.

Ms Gardner, Cornerback, Cincinnati: Rear-facing rear-facing security for rebuilding.

Malik Willis, Quarterback, Liberty: Matt Rhule knows that quarter writing has attracted him a lot in his third year of coaching. Malik Willis is the most talented player in the class and Carolina is able to bet on him to finally give this team a go.

7 – New York Giants (From Chicago)

Jermaine Johnson II, Edge, FSU: A protective edge for the body and a flexible one that has no problem preventing running or turning hard into bags.

Jameson Williams, Wide Receiver, Alabama: The Falcons want to make a splash right now in preparation for this year. A deep frustrating and small chart, to say the least, is adding Williams to the band-matched Kyle Pitts to give Falcons fans something to listen to every Sunday.

Evan Neal, Offensive Tackle, Alabama: Seattle admits some mistakes since the time of Russell Wilson when he finished writing good records.

10 – New York Jets (From Seattle)

Derek Stingley Junior, Cornerback, LSU: The Jets find the best cornerstone in the classroom.

11 – Washington Commanders

Charles Cross, Disappointment, Mississippi State: Washington could still have a solid offensive line with Charles Cross on this line. He can give the first day as a guard or fight.

Drake London, Wide Receiver, USC: Recipient of a large body to eat what he wants and yards down as part of Cooper Kupp in the case of Kevin O’Connell.

13 – Houston Texans (From Cleveland)

Kyle Hamilton, Security, Notre Dame: Houston is one of the best players in the class and a leader in their junior defense.

Trevor Penning, Disappointment, Northern Iowa: Trevor Penning is a good looking, but fun player who plays in the NFL. Baltimore bet on his line to protect Lamar Jackson and become an assistant in the running game.

Jordan Davis, Defensive Lineman, Georgia: The NFL releasing Jordan Davis and letting him fall so far could be Philadelphia’s biggest win. He’s one of the best things to look forward to coming out since Aaron Donald and the one who could make a difference in the defense of the Eagles hybrid.

16 – New Orleans (From Indianapolis)

Chris Olave, Wide Receiver, Ohio State: New Orleans needs players for their offense. With Michael Thomas returning from injury, he needs something definite to open and play with the ball in his hands.

Kenyon Green, Guard, Texas A&M: Protect Justin Herbert in any way.

18 – Philadelphia Eagles (From New Orleans)

Treylon Burks, Wide Receiver, Arkansas: The Eagles still need every other receiver. Treylon Burks is a great, powerful receiver who can make great plays after grabbing and shining control over the action space. Using him as a “little piece” as DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins expand the field gives Philly a thrilling and moving experience for many young recipients.

19 – New Orleans (From Philadelphia)

Tyler Linderbaum, Center, Iowa: Safe, boring, the right choice to make.

Garrett Wilson, Wide Receiver, Ohio State: Pittsburgh loves to grow more recruits and Garrett Wilson is a good choice for them and Ju-Ju Smith Schuster out of town. Wilson has a special talent with the ball in his hands and he will keep Pittsburgh’s offense dangerous.

Kaiir Elam, Cornerback, Florida: The Patriots had a back-to-back defense last year. Kaiir Elam is a safe, wise choice to return.

George Pickens, Wide Receiver, Georgia: Packers need offensive weapons. Too bad. George Pickens is very talented and has a roof as high as any receiver in writing.

Jahan Dotson, Wide Receiver, Penn State: Keeping Kyler happy is the most important thing in Arizona this writing. Jahan Dotson is a fast-paced and fast-paced player who could add more to the Arizona trial.

George Karlaftis, Edge, Purdue: The Cowboys continue to build Dan Quinn’s defense with a fast-paced, fast-paced game. I would hate it if this happened.

Kyler Gordon, Cornerback, Washington: Kyler Gordon is a big fan of the league and could be drafted to oversee his best team in Washington. The bills sound better based on how their second looks in the playoffs.

Zion Johnson, Lineman Disappointment, Boston College: Tennessee keep their secret by recruiting an adult, physical person to continue the frustration.

Devonte Wyatt, Defensive Lineman, Georgia: The Bucs go with an easy, smart choice to add some inner defense to their lineup.

28 – Green Bay Packers

Arnold Ebikitie, Edge, Penn State: The Packers love running backs and once they have grown well for Rashan Gary, they can bet right there and grow with the speed of Arnold Ebikitie.

Logan Hall, Defensive Lineman, Houston: Logan Hall feels like actor Andy Reid.

30 – Kansas City Chiefs

Lewis Cine, Safety, Georgia: Lewis Cine coming out of the first line feels stupid to happen and KC could be a good place for him. With the Honey Badger * maybe * going elsewhere, Cine is a dynamic defense that could take its place.

Trent McDuffie, Cornerback, Washington: By rebuilding their frustrating line of freedom, Cincy is able to find defensive players in the process. The growth of Trent McDuffie could threaten many NFL teams, but his tape is still good enough to make the first decision.

32 – Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles)

Desmond Ridder, Quarterback, Cincinnati: Do not underestimate the influence of the fifth year. Detroit could take a chance here at Desmond Ridder. A passer-by in Cincinnati can bring intelligence, leadership and a proven ability to effectively correct wrongdoing. He may not be the brightest quarterback hopeful, but he is as strong as they come.

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