NFL Draft

This page serves as your headquarters for all things related to the NFL Draft from mock drafts, team needs, positional breakdowns, and a massive big board. The NFL Draft is one of the most exciting events of the calendar year for football, and our team brings you top analysis before, during, and after the draft. With plenty of analysis on the incoming rookies including strengths, weaknesses, and more, you can learn a ton about the players your team might be drafting this year. Be sure to check out our draft recaps, as well, with an analysis of how teams fared in the draft.

The 2022 NFL Draft may not be as top-heavy as in recent years, but the player pool is loaded with talent at some of the most important positions including wide receiver, offensive tackle, edge, and cornerback. Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson and Oregon’s Kayvon Thibodeaux headline the edge class while Alabama’s Evan Neal and NC State’s Ikem Ekwonu headline the offensive tackle class. The Jacksonville Jaguars have a big decision to make with the #1 pick without a clear-cut top prospect on the board. Our team of writers brings extensive draft coverage, and we have you covered with everything you need to know leading up to the big event.

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We’ve seen some incredibly talented wide receiver classes in the draft in recent years, but this one is right up there with them in terms of quality. With Drake London, Garrett Wilson, Treylon Burks, Chris Olave, and Jameson Williams at the top, there’s plenty of high-upside talent to consider in the first round. This is also an excellent offensive line class with Evan Neal, Ikem Ekwonu, and Charles Cross seemingly sure-fire top ten picks and plenty of depth along the line as well. While this quarterback class isn’t as good as in recent years, there may be some teams willing to take a chance on Kenny Pickett, Malik Willis, or Sam Howell being a potential starter.

On the defensive side of this draft class, we have some incredible edge talent on the board. The big headliners of the class are Aidan Hutchinson, who’s almost a lock to be a top-two pick, and Kayvon Thibodeaux, who’s fallen a bit in recent weeks but should still be a clear top-ten pick. The edge class is well-rounded with David Ojabo, Travon Walker, Jermaine Johnson, and George Karlaftis all solid first-round picks. At cornerback, the top names to watch are Derek Stingley Jr. and Ahmad Gardner with Trent McDuffie, Kaiir Elam, Kyler Gordon, Andrew Booth, and Roger McCreary all providing solid depth in this class.