2022 NFL Draft Notebook: Questions remain about Malik Willis

2022 NFL Draft - Malik Willis. Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports
2022 NFL Draft - Malik Willis. Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports /
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Devin Lloyd, NFL Draft
2022 NFL Draft prospect Devin Lloyd Mandatory Credit: Rob Gray-USA TODAY Sports /

Devin Lloyd, MLB, Utah 

Utah linebacker Devin Lloyd was Pro Football Focus’ defensive player of the week for a good reason. In his game against Stanford, he recorded nine tackles in just 42 snaps. He also came away with a pick six and sack on the night. This was far from Llyod’s first big game of the season either as he already has 81 tackles, six sacks and three interceptions on the year.

David Bell, WR, Purdue

One of the most dominant receivers in college football this season has been Purdue’s David Bell. So far this season he has five games with over 100 yards receiving and his second game of over 200 receiving yards. This includes his 11 reception 217-yard day against Michigan State last Saturday. As a prospect Bell shows impressive route-running skills and might be the most polished receiver in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

A prospect who will give David Bell a run for his money as the most dominant receiver in college football is Jahan Dotson of Penn State. Dotson has been the go-to receiver for the Nittany Lions the past two seasons, and he had his best performance of his career on Saturday. Against Maryland, he hauled in 11 passes for 242 yards and three touchdowns, which broke the school record for receiving yards in a game.

Ty Chandler, RB, North Carolina

One of the biggest reasons why North Carolina was able to knock off Wake Forest last weekend was the play of running back Ty Chandler. Chandler finished the day rushing for 213 yards and four touchdowns. He helped out in the passing game as well hauling in one pass for 30 yards. While Chandler will likely fall to the third day of the 2022 NFL Draft his vision, balance, and ability to return picks could make a contributor in the NFL next season.