3-Round 2022 NFL Mock Draft: QBs Go Early and Often

Ole Miss QB Matt Corral. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
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2022 NFL mock draft, Rasheed Walker, 2022 NFL Draft
Rasheed Walker, 2022 NFL Draft. Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports /

2022 NFL Mock Draft: Third Round

player. 52. Pick Analysis. OT. 65. Penn State. Rasheed Walker. Scouting Report

Scouting Report. 50. Pick Analysis. WR. Alabama. John Metchie III. 66. player

Scouting Report. Cincinnati. Coby Bryant. 67. Pick Analysis. CB. player. 31

68. RB. James Cook. Georgia. player. 10. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Zyon McCollum. player. 30. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. DB. Sam Houston State. 69

Scouting Report. Washington. 70. player. 52. Pick Analysis. TE. Cade Otton

57. Pick Analysis. 71. player. OL. UCLA. Sean Rhyan. Scouting Report

North Carolina. 36. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. QB. Sam Howell. 72

Pick Analysis. WR. Cincinnati. player. 46. Scouting Report. Alec Pierce. 73

player. 44. Scouting Report. EDGE. Kingsley Enagbare. 74. Pick Analysis. South Carolina

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Channing Tindall. 45. LB. Georgia. 75. player

Oklahoma. 76. 26. Scouting Report. EDGE. Nik Bonitto . player. Pick Analysis

77. player. Scouting Report. Nicholas Petit-Frere. Ohio State. 60. Pick Analysis. OT

Scouting Report. WR. Purdue. 78. player. Pick Analysis. David Bell. 53

OT. Minnesota. 13. Pick Analysis. Daniel Faalele. 79. player. Scouting Report

Pick Analysis. 80. WR. Kentucky. Wan’Dale Robinson. player. 10. Scouting Report

DL. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. UAB. Alex Wright. 81. 31

Christian Harris. 82. player. 31. Alabama. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. LB

Brandon Smith . 83. LB. Penn State. player. 54. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Alabama. Jalyn Armour-Davis. player. 55. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. CB. 84

Scouting Report. Khalil Shakir. 85. 47. Pick Analysis. WR. Boise State. player

Damarri Mathis . 86. player. 28. Scouting Report. DB. Pittsburgh. Pick Analysis

The Raiders traded away their first- and second-round selections in the Davante Adams trade, making No. 86 overall the first chance they have to add talent to the roster. Coming off a playoff appearance, and adding tons of talent already in free agency means that there are not a lot of gaps to fill on the depth chart. One spot they could stand to improve is the secondary. Damarri Mathis is thought to be a slot-only prospect by many, but I don’t agree. Mathis could serve anywhere from the slot to the boundary to over the top at safety. He is a superb athlete with top-tier instincts.

87. player. 32. Tennessee. Alontae Taylor. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. CB

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. LB. 88. Oklahoma. Brian Asamoah. player. 123

Pick Analysis. Georgia. 89. player. 16. Scouting Report. OL. Jamaree Salyer

QB. Nevada. 90. 35. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Carson Strong . player

Pick Analysis. Arizona State. player. 48. Scouting Report. RB. Rachaad White. 91

Safety. Nick Cross. 92. 36. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Maryland. player

Scouting Report. EDGE. San Diego State. Cameron Thomas. 42. Pick Analysis. 93. player

Scouting Report. DL. Phidarian Mathis . Pick Analysis. Alabama. 94. player. 47

95. 56. Scouting Report. LB. Montana State. Pick Analysis. Troy Andersen. player

Scouting Report. OT. Obinna Eze. 96. player. Pick Analysis. TCU. 45

UCLA. player. TE. Greg Dulcich. 97. 50. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Pick Analysis. TE. 46. Virginia. Jelani Woods. 98. player. Scouting Report

53. Pick Analysis. Josh Paschal. 99. player. Scouting Report. DL. Kentucky

Pick Analysis. Miami (OH). 100. Scouting Report. Sterling Weatherford. player. 26. LB

WR. 101. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. 54. Memphis. Calvin Austin III. player

102. 59. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. LB. Cincinnati. Darrian Beavers. player

Similar to the Raiders, the Dolphins find themselves without a pick in the first two rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft. This is also due to a blockbuster trade for a superstar wide receiver, as Tyreek Hill now sports the teal and orange. There are a few different ways to go with this pick, but the idea of a leader for the middle of the defense sounds appealing. Darrian Beavers is versatile enough to serve at any of the linebacker spots, but he should step in as the MIKE in the Dolphins defense from day one, while sprinkling in some of his pass rushing chops on occasion.

Martin Emerson. 103. player. 124. Mississippi State. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. CB

51. Scouting Report. Safety. Kerby Joseph . 104. player. Pick Analysis. Illinois

The Rams are the last team to make their first pick, something they are not totally unfamiliar with. LA is coming off of a Super Bowl victory, and like the two teams mentioned in round three, they have only gotten better since hoisting the Lombardi. They have been linked to safety Tyrann Mathieu this offseason, but as of this post, those talks haven’t led to a deal. So, let’s add a safety through the draft with Kerby Joseph. Joseph is a jack-of-all-trades type of player that mixes incredible athleticism with a high football IQ. The Rams continue their trend of drafting well in the middle-to-late rounds.

Scouting Report. Cole Strange. 105. player. 42. Pick Analysis. OL. UT-Chattanooga