2022 NFL Mock Draft: Panthers, Steelers, Lions All Take QBs In Round 1

2022 NFL Mock Draft, Aidan Hutchinson. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
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2022 NFL Draft, Andrew Booth Jr.
2022 NFL Mock Draft, Andrew Booth Jr. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images) /

25. Buffalo Bills: Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

With Levi Wallace departing in free agency, the Bills have a need at corner across from Tre’Davious White. Also, with the AFC being loaded with so many good quarterbacks it’s as important as ever to have good corners.

Andrew Booth Jr. is projectable as a corner as he’s got solid size (6-foot-0, 195 pounds), very good length, and good movement skills. Booth Jr. also has some pretty unreal ball skills at the catch point that was showcased with a one-handed interception that he made in 2020.

While Clemson took a pretty big step back last season, Booth Jr. was a big part of a defense that gave up just 15 points per game. It’s a pretty sure thing that he’ll hear his name called on night one and in this 2022 NFL mock draft scenario he goes to the Bills.

26. Tennessee Titans: Kenyon Green, G, Texas A&M

With Rodger Saffold signing with the Bills, the Titans could look to fill that void in the draft. In this 2022 NFL mock draft scenario Kenyon Green is still on the board, who would be a good addition to the Titans offensive line.

Kenyon Green is a former five-star, who is a very powerful blocker, capable of moving defenders.  Green would likely play guard for the Titans, but he would provide a lot of versatility as already last season he played 80+ snaps at left tackle, left guard, right guard, and right tackle. Perhaps the Titans finally have their consistent issues on the right side of the line solved.