The top 100 prospects in the 2022 NFL Draft:

All the evaluations are in the books and you can check out my detailed positional rankings for every unit in the draft right here on my page. So now it’s time to combine them all and bring to you my combined big board. Unlike the positional breakdowns, this is actually taking injuries into contact, which we’re aware off at the moment, since I obviously don’t have insight into the respective medical records. NFL teams of course also have the benefit of being able to interview these young men. I don’t have that luxury of making personal connections and weighing their characters, but I see myself as a pretty damn good talent evaluator.

Three players I disqualified from this list, because I simply don’t have the medical information to judge how much I should move them on my board – Michigan edge defender David Ojabo, Nevada quarterback Carson Strong and LSU linebacker Damone Clark. All three would be inside my top-50 otherwise, in that order. You can make out where they would come in based on my positional rankings. And Clemson wide receiver Justyn Ross is another guy I struggled with trying to rank, since I simply don’t have knowledge about where he stands medically.

Either way, this is how I stack up basically the first three rounds of this draft:

 

 

1. Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon (EDGE1)  Oregon

2. Evan Neal, Alabama (OT1)  Alabama

3. Derek Stingley Jr., LSU (CB1)  LSU

4. Ikem Ekwonu, N.C. State (OT2)  N.C. State

5. Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan (EDGE2)  Michigan

6. Charles Cross, Mississippi State (OT3)  Mississippi State

7. Ahmad Gardner, Cincinnati (CB2)  Cincinnati

8. Jermaine Johnson, Florida State (EDGE3)  Florida State

9. Jordan Davis, Georgia (IDL1)  Georgia

10. Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa (IOL1)  Iowa

 

11. Zion Johnson, Boston College (IOL2)  Boston College

12. Nakobe Dean, Georgia (LB1)  Georgia

13. Drake London, USC (WR1)  USC Logo

14. Andrew Booth, CB, Clemson (CB3)  Clemson Logo

15. Kyle Hamilton, Notre Dame (SAF1)  Notre Dame

16. Travon Walker, Georgia (EDGE4)  Georgia

17. Kenyon Green, Texas A&M (IOL3)  Texas A&M

18. Malik Willis, Liberty (QB1)  Liberty

19. Jameson Williams, Alabama (WR2) Alabama

20. Devin Lloyd, Utah (LB2)  Utah

 

21. Devonte Wyatt, Georgia (IDL2)  Georgia

22. Trent McDuffie, Washington (CB4)  Washington Logo

23. Garrett Wilson, Ohio State (WR3)  Ohio State

24. Breece Hall, Iowa State (RB1)  Iowa State

25. Jaquan Brisker, Penn State (SAF2)  Penn State

26. Chris Olave, Ohio State (WR4)  Ohio State

27. George Karlaftis, Purdue (EDGE5)  Purdue

28. Bernhard Raimann, Central Michigan (OT4)  Central Michigan

29. Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas (WR5)  Arkansas

30. Kaiir Elam, Florida (CB5)  Florida

 

31. Matt Corral, Ole Miss (QB2)  Mississippi

32. Trevor Penning, Northern Iowa (OT5)  Northern Iowa

33. Lewis Cine, Georgia (SAF3)  Georgia

34. Chad Muma, Wyoming (LB3)  Wyoming

35. Kenneth Walker III, Michigan State (RB2)  Michigan State

36. Christian Watson, North Dakota State (WR6)  North Dakota State

37. Daxton Hill, Michigan (SAF4)  Michigan

38. Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota  Minnesota

39. Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M (RB3)  Texas A&M

40. Jalen Pitre, Baylor (SAF5)  Baylor

 

41. Logan Hall, Houston (IDL3)  Houston

42. Jahan Dotson, Penn State (WR7)  Penn State

43. Roger McCreary, Auburn (CB6)  Auburn

44. Skyy Moore, Western Michigan (WR8)  Western Michigan

45. Kyler Gordon, Washington (CB7)  Washington Logo

46. Drake Jackson, USC (EDGE8)  USC Logo

47. Tyler Smith, Tulsa (IOL4)  Tulsa

48. Perrion Winfrey, Oklahoma (IDL4)  Oklahoma

49. Sean Rhyan, UCLA (IOL5)  UCLA

50. George Pickens, Georgia (WR9)  Georgia

 

51. Trey McBride, Colorado State (TE1)  Colorado State

52. Desmond Ridder, Cincinnati (QB4)  Cincinnati

53. Josh Pascal, Kentucky (EDGE9)  Kentucky

54. Greg Dulcich, UCLA (TE2)  UCLA

55. Travis Jones, UConn (IDL5) UConn

56. Bryan Cook, Cincinnati (SAF6)  Cincinnati

57. Dylan Parham, Memphis (IOL6)  Memphis

58. Daniel Faalele, Minnesota (OT6)  Minnesota

59. DeMarvin Leal, Texas A&M (IDL6)  Texas A&M

60. James Cook, Georgia (RB4)  Georgia

 

61. John Metchie III, Alabama (WR10)  Alabama

62. Nicolas Petit-Frere, Ohio State (OT7)  Ohio State

63. Christian Harris, Alabama (LB5)  Alabama

64. Ed Ingram, LSU (IOL7)  LSU

65. Dameon Pierce, Florida (RB5)  Florida

66. Troy Andersen, Montana State (LB6)  Montana State

67. Nick Cross, Maryland (SAF7)  Maryland

68. Myjai Sanders, Cincinnati (EDGE10)  Cincinnati

69. Phidarian Mathis, Alabama (IDL7)  Alabama

70. Jerome Ford, Cincinnati (RB6)  Cincinnati

 

71. Luke Fortner, Kentucky (IOL8)  Kentucky

72. Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina (TE3)  Coastal Carolina

73. Abraham Lucas, Washington State (OT8)  Washington State

74. Brian Asamoah, Oklahoma (LB7)  Oklahoma

75. Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh (QB5)  Pittsburgh

76. David Bell, Purdue (WR11)  Purdue

77. Alontae Taylor, Tennessee (CB8)  Tennessee

78. Leo Chenal, Wisconsin (LB8)  Wisconsin

79. Cam Taylor-Britt, Nebraska (CB9)  Nebraska

80. Arnold Ebiketie, Penn State (EDGE11)  Penn State

 

81. Marcus Jones, Houston (CB10)  Houston

82. Cam Jurgens, Nebraska (IOL9)  Nebraska

83. Jeremy Ruckert, Ohio State (TE4)  Ohio State

84. Jalen Tolbert, South Alabama (WR12)  South Alabama

85. Matthew Butler, Tennessee (IDL8)  Tennessee

86. Cameron Thomas, San Diego State (EDGE12)  San Diego State

87. Khalil Shakir, Boise State (WR13)  Boise State

88. Kyren Williams, Notre Dame (RB7)  Notre Dame

89. Darian Kinnard, Kentucky (IOL10)  Kentucky

90. Calvin Austin III, Memphis (WR14)  Memphis

 

91. Tyler Badie, Missouri (RB8)  Missouri

92. Darrian Beavers, Cincinnati (LB9)  Cincinnati

93. JoJo Domann, Nebraska (LB10)  Nebraska

94. Verone McKinley, Oregon (SAF8)  Oregon

95. Donohvan West, Arizona State (IOL11)  Arizona State

96. Quay Walker, Georgia (LB11)  Georgia

97. Martin Emerson, Mississippi State (CB11)  Mississippi State

98. Rasheed Walker, Penn State (OT9)  Penn State

99. Cole Strange, UT-Chattanooga (IOL12)  Tennessee-Chattanooga

100. Coby Bryant, Cincinnati (CB12)  Cincinnati

 


 

The next 25 names:

Lecitus Smith, Virginia Tech (IOL13)

Sam Howell, North Carolina (QB6)

Cam’Ron Harris, Miami (RB9)

Tariq Woolen, UTSA (CB13)

Kerby Joseph, Illinois (SAF9)

Cade Otton, Washington (TE5)

Wan’Dale Robinson, Kentucky (WR15)

Spencer Burford, UTSA (OT10)

Charlie Kolar, Iowa State (TE6)

Alec Pierce, Cincinnati (WR16)

Sam Williams, Ole Miss (EDGE13)

Kellen Diesch, Arizona State (OT11)

Jelani Woods, Virginia (TE7)

Eric Johnson, Missouri State (IDL9)

Nik Bonitto, Oklahoma (EDGE14)

Percy Butler, Louisiana (SAF10)

Otito Ogbonnia, UCLA (IDL10)

Tyler Allgeier, BYU (RB10)

Mykael Wright, Oregon (CB14)

Zach Carter, Florida (IDL11)

Cordell Volson, North Dakota State (OT12)

Terrell Bernard, Baylor (LB12)

Eyioma Uwazurike, Iowa State (IDL12)

Brian Robinson Jr., Alabama (RB11)

Luke Goedeke, Central Michigan (OT13)

 

 


 

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