2022 NFL Mock Draft - Charlie Campbell





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Charlie Campbell, Senior Draft Analyst
Last update: Friday, Jan. 21, 2022. Round 3 added.
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33. NFL Team Logo for Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars: Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan

The Jaguars could use more offensive line talent.

The 6-foot-7, 305-pound Raimann has turned into an intriguing left tackle after starting out his career at tight end. He has good size, athleticism, and comes from a pro-style scheme. If Raimann has a big performance in the postseason, he could rise into first-round consideration.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 1  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 1  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 6

34. NFL Team Logo for Lions Detroit Lions: Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

With Jeff Okudah quickly heading toward bust status, the Lions could use a couple of cornerbacks for starting talent and depth.

Booth (6-0, 195) generated some buzz in the scouting community after a 2020 season that saw him produce 35 tackles, three interceptions and four passes broken up. Because Derion Kendrick left the program over the offseason, Booth was the Tigers' No. 1 corner in 2021. Booth got off to a good start against easy competition, and he remained consistent with his usual production. His skill set could be enough for him to be a potential second-day pick. Booth was solid in 2021, recording 37 tackles, three interceptions and three passes broken up.


Click links to see the Lions' picks across all rounds:
Rd: 1 Pk: 2  |  Rd: 1 Pk: 28  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 2  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 33

35. NFL Team Logo for Jets New York Jets: Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama

The Jets could use more cornerback talent.

Armour-Davis is a big cornerback who has a good skill set. In 2021, he recorded three interceptions, 32 tackles and four passes defended. The 6-foot-1, 192-pounder could improve as he gains experience. Armour-Davis won the starting cornerback spot opposite Josh Jobe as the replacement for Patrick Surtain. Armour-Davis was a solid cover corner in 2021, showing some size, ball skills, athleticism and quickness.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 4  |  Rd: 1 Pk: 10  |  Rd: 2 Pk: 6  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 5

36. NFL Team Logo for Giants New York Giants: Zakoby McClain, ILB, Auburn

The Giants could use more linebacker talent for the middle of their defense.

McClain recorded 95 tackles, two sacks and six passes defended in 2021. He was a tackling machine for Auburn in 2020, totaling 113 stops alongside three sacks, one forced fumble and a pass defended. It was a big improvement over 2019 when he had 55 tackles, but as a sophomore, he did have three forced fumbles and an interception returned 100 yards for a touchdown.

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Rd: 1 Pk: 5  |  Rd: 1 Pk: 7  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 3  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 17

37. NFL Team Logo for Texans Houston Texans: George Pickens, WR, Georgia

The Texans need more young playmakers at wide receiver.

After suffering a torn ACL in the spring, Pickens didn't play until late in the 2021 season, notching five receptions for 107 yards for his year. Team sources are high on his skill set of size, speed and athleticism. In 2020, Pickens had 36 receptions for 513 yards and six touchdowns. He played well as a freshman for Georgia, catching 49 passes for 727 yards and eight touchdowns. The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder has the upside to be better as he gains experience.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 3  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 4  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 16

38. NFL Team Logo for Jets New York Jets: Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Alabama

The Jets could use a feature backs to help Zach Wilson.

Robinson enjoyed a breakout 2021 season, averaging five yards per carry for 1,343 yards and 14 touchdowns. He also had 35 catches for 296 yards and two touchdowns while showing nice ability as a pass protector in the pocket. Robinson (6-1, 225) has quickness and a burst to get to the second level along with surprising athleticism and agility in the passing game for a big back. He has been a real riser with pro teams in 2021.

Sources say they there is a lot to like about Robinson. "He has low mileage," said a director of player personnel during 2021. "He's athletic, instinctive, and has size and power. Right now, he's our top-rated back."

Robinson sat behind former Alabama backs like Najee Harris, Damien Harris and Josh Jacobs before getting the opportunity in 2021 to be the featured rusher for the Crimson Tide. He made the most of it, and right now, he could be on track to be a second-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft with a shot to be the top running back prospect in the 2022 NFL Draft.



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Rd: 1 Pk: 4  |  Rd: 1 Pk: 10  |  Rd: 2 Pk: 3  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 5

39. NFL Team Logo for Bears Chicago Bears: Rasheed Walker, OT, Penn State

The Bears need more offensive line protection for Justin Fields.

Walker had a mixed outing against Wisconsin in the 2021 season opener, but he played better against Auburn. Versus Ohio State, Walker gave up two huge plays that resulted in game-changing turnovers.

The 6-foot-6, 320-pounder is a large offensive tackle with potential to improve as he gains experience. He could end up being a tough run blocker and reliable pass protector. Walker has a good skill set with size, speed and athleticism. He needs to eliminate, however, his tendency to bend at the waist and lunge after defenders. That leads to him having issues in pass protection at times.


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Rd: 3 Pk: 7

40. NFL Team Logo for Broncos Denver Broncos: Logan Hall, DE, Houston

The Broncos could use more young defensive line youth after trading Von Miller.

Hall broke out for the Cougars in 2021, showing length, strength, quickness and athleticism to set the edge. He recorded 47 tackles and six sacks in 2021. The 6-foot-6, 260-pounder has the strength to set the edge in the ground game and has the length to play 3-4 five-technique defensive end. Hall looks like the rare five-technique prospect who is capable of putting pressure on the quarterback. Hall is a riser who could go in the early rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Click links to see the Broncos' picks across all rounds:
Rd: 1 Pk: 9  |  Rd: 2 Pk: 28  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 11  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 28

41. NFL Team Logo for Seahawks Seattle Seahawks: Jermaine Waller, CB, Virginia Tech

Seattle badly needs young cornerback talent.

Waller was a ballhawk in 2021, recording four interceptions, five passes defended and 45 tackles. This wasn't the first season he showed serious ball skills, as he had three interceptions, 10 passes broken up and 46 tackles in 2019. The 6-foot-1, 180-pounder has a good skill set, and some team sources believe he will become a starter in the second year of his NFL career.

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Rd: 3 Pk: 8

42. NFL Team Logo for Redskins Washington Redskins: Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

Washington needs a potential franchise quarterback.

In 2021, Willis completed 61 percent of his passes for 2,857 yards, 27 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He also had 13 rushing touchdowns and 878 yards on the ground. Willis broke out in 2020, completing 64 percent of his passes for 2,260 yards, 20 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also ran for 14 touchdowns and 944 yards on the ground. Willis started out his career at Auburn before transferring to Liberty.

For the NFL, Willis has a good skill set and talent to work with. His dangerous mobility makes him a threat to make plays off schedule, plus he is tough to sack. Willis really helps his offensive line with his escapability and is a tough runner. He also can throw a good deep ball, showing impressive strength, touch and placement. Team sources say Willis has issues with his height and gets blinded some times by the line. They feel Willis is a second-day pick but a team could fall in love with his arm and mobility and take him in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

As a passer, Willis needs development with his mechanics. He throws flat-footed at times, and his footwork can lead to inconsistency with placement. For his football development, it would make sense to go back to school and get better, but considering the 2022 NFL Draft is weak at quarterback, it makes sense for Willis to come out.



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Rd: 1 Pk: 11  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 9

43. NFL Team Logo for Falcons Atlanta Falcons: Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati

Atlanta could use more wide receiver youth given the uncertainty around Calvin Ridley.

Pierce had his best season in 2021, racking up 52 catches for 884 yards and eight touchdowns. Wide receivers with the senior's skill set of being big, fast, and productive don't last long in the NFL drafts, and Pierce has special ability for the next level. After a fast first-step, Pierce has a second gear to accelerate down the field and stretch defenses over the top. Pierce shows good technique as a receiver as well and uses his size to win. With his size/speed mismatch ability, he could be a late first-round or second-round steal in the 2022 NFL Draft. Some team sources compare him to Jordy Nelson coming out of Kansas State.



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Rd: 1 Pk: 8  |  Rd: 2 Pk: 31  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 10

44. NFL Team Logo for Browns Cleveland Browns: Phidarian Mathis, DT, Alabama

The Browns could use some interior defensive line youth, and Malik McDowell is entering free agency.

In 2021, Mathis recorded 53 tackles, nine sacks and one forced fumble. He showed some interior pass-rush potential and has a quality skill set. Mathis played well for Alabama in 2020, recording 31 tackles, 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble and three passes defended. The 6-foot-4, 320-pounder has excellent size and athletic upside.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 13  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 14

45. NFL Team Logo for Ravens Baltimore Ravens: Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State

The Ravens could use more offensive line talent.

The 6-foot-7, 318-pound Lucas is a massive edge protector with excellent length and surprising quickness for such a big-bodied blocker. After redshirting in 2017, Lucas broke into the starting lineup at right tackle in 2018, becoming a mainstay for the Cougars. Lucas plays with good leverage, bending at the knee, and shows nimble feet, quickness, athleticism and an ability to pull well. He is a 4-year starter with a lot of experience who looks like a safe prospect to turn into a quality starter at the pro level.

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Rd: 1 Pk: 14  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 12

46. NFL Team Logo for Vikings Minnesota Vikings: Zachary Carter, DE, Florida

The Vikings could use more young talent along the defensive line.

In 2021, Carter recorded eight sacks, 31 tackles, two passes defended and a forced fumble. The Gators' defense struggled in 2020, but Carter was one of the bright spots, notching five sacks, 36 tackles and two passes defended. Carter has quality quickness and athleticism to get after the quarterback. In the NFL, his best fit could come as a three-technique tackle in a 4-3. He also could be a base end who moves inside in the sub package.

Team sources think Carter is a heavy edge defender who can bump inside to rush the quarterback in the sub package. They say that while Carter doesn't like to grind blocks and got tossed around some as a run defender versus Alabama, they like his athleticism and speed for a defender who is around 6-foot-3, 285 pounds. They feel Carter is similar to Boogie Basham, who was a second-round pick by the Bills in 2021. Carter could get late first-round contention in the 2022 NFL Draft even though scouts feel he is more of a second-round talent.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 12  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 13

47. NFL Team Logo for Colts Indianapolis Colts: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

The Colts could use more talent at wide receiver and a replacement for T.Y. Hilton.

Dotson provided some huge plays to lead Penn State to the road upset over Wisconsin to open 2021, but it would have been a prolific game if Dotson had a competent quarterback to work with. He was wide open for would-be touchdowns of over 80 yards, 70 yards and 60 yards, but terrible passes by Sean Clifford blew those opportunities. Dotson's stat line of five receptions for 102 yards and a touchdown does not tell the story of how phenomenal he was. He made string of acrobatic leaping grabs to help beat Auburn as well. In 2021, Dotson totaled 91 receptions for 1,182 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Team sources say they compare Dotson to Elijah Moore as a late first-round or early second-round talent. "I see Jahan similar to Elijah Moore," said an AFC director of college scouting. "He's not quite as short-area explosive or as long-speed fast as Jaylen Waddle, but Jahan is a good player."

Dotson had an impressive 2020 season, hauling in 52 passes for 884 yards and eight touchdowns over nine games. The 5-foot-10, 175-pounder can provide some big plays to his offense. In 2019, he had 27 catches for 488 yards and five touchdowns.


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Rd: 3 Pk: 18

48. NFL Team Logo for Chargers Los Angeles Chargers: Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M

Jared Cook is not a long-term starter, and the Chargers could use some young talent at tight end.

Wydermyer totaled 40 receptions for 515 yards and four touchdowns in 2021, but he also dropped some passes. In 2020, he recorded 45 catches for 502 yards and six touchdowns. The 6-foot-5, 260-pounder created a buzz with scouts for having a good skill with a ton of upside during the 2019 season. The Aggies staff raved about Wydermyer to NFL evaluators coming through College Station. In 2019, he totaled 32 receptions for 447 yards and six touchdowns. Wydermyer has good size to him with speed and athleticism. He could have three-down starting potential for the NFL.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 17  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 15

49. NFL Team Logo for Saints New Orleans Saints: Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss

The Saints could take a potential long-term starter.

In 2021, Corral completed 68 percent of his passes for 3,349 yards, 20 touchdowns and five interceptions. He had 11 rushing touchdowns with 597 yards on the ground as well. Much of his production came against weak opponents. In 2020, Corral completed 71 percent of his passes for 3,337 yards, 29 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. It was a big improvement from 2019, when he completed 59 percent of his passes for 1,362 yards, six touchdowns and three interceptions.

Corral showed good development under Lane Kiffin, starting to realize the potential that made him a top recruit. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Corral has arm talent, is a dangerous runner, shows toughness and leadership ability, and possesses upside to continue to improve.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 18

50. NFL Team Logo for Dolphins Miami Dolphins: Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M

The Dolphins could use a difference maker in the backfield.

In 2021, Spiller averaged 5.6 yards per carry for 1,011 yards and six touchdowns. He also took 25 catches for 189 yards and a touchdown. His tape as a receiver against Colorado was impressive and will help him with pro evaluators. The 6-foot-1, 225-pound Spiller is put together well with a nice combination of size and quickness.

Spiller ran hard for the Aggies as an underclassman. In 2020, Spiller averaged 5.6 yards per carry for 1,036 yards and nine touchdowns. He also had 16 catches for 174 yards. Spiller averaged 5.4 yards per carry in 2019 for 946 yards with 10 touchdowns. That season, he caught 29 passes for 203 yards.



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Rd: 1 Pk: 26  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 26

51. NFL Team Logo for Eagles Philadelphia Eagles: Christian Harris, OLB, Alabama

The Eagles could use more talent at linebacker.

Harris has a first-round skill set, but he did not play up to it in 2021, totalling 79 tackles, 5.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and three passes batted. Harris recorded 79 stops, 4.5 sacks, an interception and two passes batted. He notched 63 tackles with a forced fumble as a freshman. The 6-foot-2, 232-pounder is fast, athletic and strong. Harris has a lot of upside and could be a good value if he breaks out of his 2021 funk.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 15  |  Rd: 1 Pk: 16  |  Rd: 1 Pk: 19  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 19

52. NFL Team Logo for Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers: Chasen Hines, G, LSU

The Steelers need young talent for the offensive line at guard, tackle and center.

Hines (6-3, 349) is a heavy interior blocker who is a large load at the point of attack. He was a bright spot alongside Ed Ingram in 2020, impressing some team evaluators. For the NFL, it would help Hines to lose some weight and improve his ability to handle speed rushers. Some sources believe Hines could have second-day potential for the 2022 NFL Draft.

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Rd: 1 Pk: 20  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 20

53. NFL Team Logo for Raiders Las Vegas Raiders: Ed Ingram, G, LSU

The Las Vegas offensive line needs one guard, a center, and a right tackle. It would make sense for the Raiders to fill some needs in free agency and some in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Ingram impressed team evaluators in 2020, and he blocked well in 2021 and showed improvement with his technique in pass protection. Ingram is a tough run blocker who also displays some athleticism in pass protection. The 6-foot-3, 315-pounder has good size and strength to be a starting guard in the NFL. Some team sources said, aside from some character concerns, Ingram could have the playing ability of a second-day talent for the 2022 NFL Draft.

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Rd: 1 Pk: 22  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 22

54. NFL Team Logo for Patriots New England Patriots: Nakobe Dean, OLB, Georgia

The Patriots could use more linebacker youth.

Dean has sideline-to-sideline speed, is a dangerous blitzer, and comes up with splash plays. Some team sources, however, have him graded lower than the media hype suggests because of the routine plays where Dean was not a forceful run defender. In 2021, Dean collected 72 tackles, six sacks, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and six passes defended. He broke out in 2020 with 71 tackles and 1.5 sacks. Dean (6-0, 225) is a fast, athletic linebacker with rare interior blitzing skills. He has a lot of upside to develop.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 21  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 21

55. NFL Team Logo for Cardinals Arizona Cardinals: Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State

Zach Ertz could be just a short-term solution. Here's more tight end talent for the Cardinals.

Kolar notched 62 receptions for 756 yards and six touchdowns in 2021. The 6-foot-6, 252-pounder was a quality receiving tight end for Iowa State over the past few seasons. He runs quality routes and has solid hands and an NFL build. Kolar has demonstrated some yards-after-the-catch ability and could be a quality backup, rotational tight end at the pro level. In 2020, Kolar notched 44 receptions for 591 yards and seven touchdowns. He made 51 receptions for 697 yards and seven scores in 2019, Kolar could be a solid mid-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 23  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 23

56. NFL Team Logo for Cowboys Dallas Cowboys: Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky

The Cowboys need some offensive line youth.

The 6-foot-5, 340-pound Kinnard is a strong blocker with surprising quickness and athleticism. He looked trimmer in 2021 and seemed to move better in space. Kinnard was an excellent contributor for the Wildcats in 2020. He is a massive beast at the point of attack who is a tough run blocker and plays with a mean streak. Kinnard was a tough run blocker in 2019, helping Lynn Bowden to a lot of success when running behind Kinnard and the right side of the offensive line. For the NFL, Kinnard's best fit might come as a right tackle in a power-man scheme. He also could move inside to right guard as a pro.

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Rd: 1 Pk: 24  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 24

57. NFL Team Logo for 49ers San Francisco 49ers: Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington

The 49ers need some young talent at corner.

Gordon recorded 45 tackles, two interceptions and seven passes broken up in 2021. The 6-foot, 195-pounder was a solid corner for the Huskies over the past few seasons. He flashed in 2019 while recording 32 tackles and four pass breakups. With his solid frame and strength, Gordon looks like an outside corner for the NFL.


58. NFL Team Logo for Bengals Cincinnati Bengals: Akayleb Evans, CB, Missouri

The Bengals could use more youth at cornerback.

Zaven Collins wasn't the only Tulsa defender who jumped out in 2020, as Evans had a big season for Tulsa with 29 tackles and three passes broken up while showing blanket coverage. Evans also collected eight breakups over his previous seasons. The 6-foot-1, 200-pound Evans has good size, speed and athleticism. He transferred to Missouri for the 2021 season. Evans played well for the Tigers in 2021, collecting 28 tackles, an interception, two forced fumbles and six passes broken up.

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Rd: 1 Pk: 25  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 25

59. NFL Team Logo for Bills Buffalo Bills: Zamir White, RB, Georgia

The Bills could use an upgrade over Devin Singletary and Zack Moss.

White split carries in the typically crowded Georgia backfield, but he impressed in his limited opportunities. Teams sources say they are grading him on Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft and think he could be a starter in the NFL. The 6-foot, 215-pounder possesses a good combination of size and speed. Additionally, he will enter the NFL with fresh legs due to the Georgia backfield platoon. In 2021, White averaged 5.3 yards per carry for 856 yards and 11 touchdowns.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 27  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 27

60. NFL Team Logo for Broncos Denver Broncos: Arnold Ebiketie, DE, Penn State

The Broncos could use a replacement for Von Miller.

Some team sources have compared Ebiketie to Yannick Ngakoue, as they are similarly sized speed rushers off the edge. In 2021, Ebiketie totaled 9.5 sacks, 62 tackles and two forced fumbles. In 2020, he had 42 tackles, four sacks and three forced fumbles. Ebiketie (6-3, 256) is undersized and has some stiffness, but he is fast off the edge.



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Rd: 1 Pk: 9  |  Rd: 2 Pk: 8  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 11  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 28

61. NFL Team Logo for Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Smith, OLB, Penn State

Anthony Hitchens will be in the last year of his contract, and Kansas City could look for a young, cheap talent to go with Nick Bolton.

Smith (6-3, 240) totaled 81 tackles, two sacks, one forced fumble and five passes defended in 2021. With Micah Parsons sitting out the 2020 season, Smith flashed for Penn State, showing speed and athleticism. Like Parsons, Smith is a big linebacker who has raw speed. In the shortened eight-game 2020 season, Smith collected 37 tackles, two sacks, an interception and a pass broken up.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 29  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 29

62. NFL Team Logo for Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Josh Jobe, CB, Alabama

Tampa Bay could use more young talent at cornerback.

Jobe notched 38 tackles, four passes broken up and two interceptions in 2021. He played well for Alabama, but he really struggled with Arkansas' Treylon Burks, who burned him multiple times for huge plays and touchdowns. Jobe collected 55 tackles, two sacks, 11 passes defended and two forced fumbles in 2020. Like Patrick Surtain II, Jobe was a rare freshman defensive back to see the field under Nick Saban and recorded 22 tackles, two passes broken up and an interception, but he looked like he was just scratching the surface of his potential. Jobe (6-1, 189) is a big corner who can run and is athletic. Scouts say Jobe has everything you want physically, but they don't like his inconsistency in coverage.


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Rd: 1 Pk: 30  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 30

63. NFL Team Logo for Falcons Atlanta Falcons: Carson Strong, QB, Nevada

Atlanta could use a quarterback understudy.

The 6-foot-4, 215-pound Strong has solid size and arm talent. He completed 70 percent of his passes in 2021 for 4,186 yards, 36 touchdowns and eight interceptions. In 2020, Strong completed 70 percent of his passes for 2,858 yards, 27 touchdowns and four interceptions. A director of college scouting told WalterFootball.com that they did not see Strong as a high first-round talent, but they do believe he could rise into the early rounds because the weakness of the 2022 NFL Draft's quarterback class.

Click links to see the Falcons' picks across all rounds:
Rd: 1 Pk: 8  |  Rd: 2 Pk: 11  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 10

64. NFL Team Logo for Packers Green Bay Packers: Zay Flowers, WR, Boston College

The Packers could use more wide receiver talent.

Flowers totaled 44 catches for 746 yards and five touchdowns in 2021 while playing most of the year without his starting quarterback. The 5-foot-10, 180-pounder was impressive in 2020, breaking out for the Eagles. He flashed some in 2019, but was significantly improved as a sophomore. Flowers does not have much size, but he possesses game-breaking speed and is a threat to produce a big play on any reception.


Click links to see the Packers' picks across all rounds:
Rd: 1 Pk: 32  |  Rd: 3 Pk: 32

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