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This is a 2022 NFL Mock Re-Draft of Rounds 2 and 3 for Friday evening's NFL Draft coverage. With all of the trades that will go down, I don't expect to get many of these right (I nailed eight in my Re-Draft Rounds 2-3 in 2018), but it's still fun to speculate where the top prospects will go on Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft.
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Jacksonville Jaguars: Rasheed Walker, OT, Penn State
The Jaguars retained Cam Robinson, but they still need help at right tackle to give Trevor Lawrence the best chance possible.
Rasheed Walker is quick feet for a player his size (6-6, 324).
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Minnesota Vikings: Zachary Carter, DT, Florida
The Vikings need some personnel for their new system.
New York Giants: Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State
Evan Engram signed with the Jaguars, so the Giants will need a new tight end.
Trey McBride doesn't have much upside as an average athlete, but he's a quality route runner.
Houston Texans: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn
The Texans have nothing at cornerback beyond Desmond King. They sorely need some outside cover players, so they could double up at the position.
Roger McCreary is only 5-11, but he has amazing coverage skills.
Tennessee Titans: Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota
The Titans will be looking for more offensive line help, as they'll be in search of a new tackle.
Daniel Faalele has massive size at 379 pounds, but he has shocking quickness and athleticism for someone his size.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia
The Jaguars really struggle to defend the middle of the field, so they need to find one more upgrade for their linebacking corps.
Chicago Bears: Nick Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State
The Bears already had offensive line woes, and that was before losing James Daniels in free agency. They need an upgrade at nearly every position up front.
Nick Petit-Frere has moved from right tackle to the blind side this year and has played very well.
Seattle Seahawks: Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida
Rashaad Penny was signed to a 1-year deal, while Chris Carson is an injury waiting to happen. The Seahawks could obtain a running back in Rounds 3-5.
Dameon Pierce is a tough runner with a good second gear.
Indianapolis Colts: Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State
The Colts are expected to use a second-day pick on a receiver with T.Y. Hilton on his last legs.
Atlanta Falcons: John Metchie, WR, Alabama
The Falcons will need to spend numerous picks upgrading their dreadful receiving corps.
John Metchie has a tendency to make big plays for Alabama's offense, but a torn ACL could hurt his draft stock.
Denver Broncos: Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA
The Broncos traded Noah Fant, so they'll be interested in adding a tight end at some point.
Greg Dulcich is an athletic tight end who ran very well at the combine.
Baltimore Ravens: Josh Paschal, DE, Kentucky
The Ravens will be looking to upgrade their pass rush so they don't have to blitz as much.
Minnesota Vikings: Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati
The Vikings could spend multiple second-day picks on cornerbacks, given their weakness at the position.
Cleveland Browns: Kingsley Enagbare, DE, South Carolina
The Browns need to improve their pass rush outside of Myles Garrett.
Kingsley Enagbare has solid speed and athleticism.
Los Angeles Chargers: Amare Barno, DE, Virginia Tech
The Chargers could use some depth behind Joey Bosa and Khalil Mack.
NFL advance scouts were impressed with Amare Barno's 2020 tape that saw him accumulate 6.5 sacks.
Houston Texans: DeAngelo Malone, DE/OLB, Western Kentucky
The Texans could easily double up on edge rushers, even if they take one at No. 13 overall. The position is a major weakness.
New York Giants: James Cook, RB, Georgia
The Giants have met with plenty of running backs during the pre-draft process, which makes sense because they need a better insurance policy for Saquan Barkley.
Brother of Dalvin Cook, James is an excellent reciever out of the backfield.
Atlanta Falcons: Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Alabama
The Falcons signed Damien Williams and retained Cordarrelle Patterson, but they still need a long-term solution at running back.
Brian Robinson runs with quickness and power to burst through tackles.
Philadelphia Eagles: Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi State
The Eagles could double up on cornerback during the draft, given their big need at the position.
Martin Emerson is a tall cornerback with good length.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State
The Steelers should add two offensive lineman early in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Abraham Lucas has tremendous length and athleticism.
New England Patriots: Zach Tom, OT/C, Wake Forest
Bill Belichick will be looking to add another offensive lineman, and he's a fan of versatile players.
Zach Tom is a tough lineman who played tackle and center at Wake Forest.
Las Vegas Raiders: Jamaree Salyer, OT/G, Georgia
The Raiders have some serious firepower with Davante Adams, but they have to improve their blocking.
Jamaree Salyer played left tackle at Georgia, but his lacking length could force him into playing guard in the NFL.
Arizona Cardinals: Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M
The Cardinals lost Chase Edmonds this offseason. James Conner was re-signed, but he has never played a full season in the NFL, so Arizona will want to use an early pick on a running back.
Isaiah Spiller rushed for 1,036 yards and nine touchdowns in 2020. He did OK as a receiver out of the backfield.
Dallas Cowboys: Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia
The Cowboys may lose Dalton Schultz after this season, so they could draft a tight end on Day 2.
Buffalo Bills: Sean Rhyan, G, UCLA
The Bills did well to sign Rodger Saffold this offseason, but they still need one more guard to bolster Josh Allen's protection.
Tennessee Titans: Micheal Clemons, DE, Texas A&M
The Titans have been looking into edge rushers during the pre-draft process, so they could spend a second-day pick on the position.
Micheal Clemons is a bit raw, but defnitely has high potential.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Luke Goedeke, OT/G, Central Michigan
The Buccaneers were hoping for Zion Johnson or Kenyon Green at No. 27. Instead, this will be an option for Tampa to improve its offensive line.
Luke Goedeke would have been mocked earlier than this if he didn't have injury concerns.
Green Bay Packers: Tariq Woolen, CB, Texas-San Antonio
The Packers could stand to add another receiver to deal with Tom Brady and his talented receivers.
Tariq Woolen would be a higher pick if he didn't have medical and off-the-field concerns.
San Francisco 49ers: Dylan Parham, G/C, Memphis
Alex Mack may retire soon, so the 49ers will need a new center in the near future.
New England Patriots: Jalen Pitre, S/CB, Baylor
New England needs to continue to get younger in the secondary.
Jalen Pitre was very smooth in the on-field drills at the combine. He can play safety and slot cornerback.
Cincinnati Bengals: Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin
The Bengals could be looking for linebacker upgrades to help them stop the strong rushing attacks in their division.
Leo Chenal is a hard-hitting, two-down run defender. Coverage could be a problem in the NFL.
Denver Broncos: Luke Fortner, G/C, Kentucky
The Broncos could use an upgrade on the offensive line, particularly in the interior.
Luke Fortner looked very smooth in the combine drills.
Detroit Lions: Eric Johnson, DT, Missouri State
The Lions have problems on the defensive line, so they're expected to address the area in Rounds 2-4.
Washington Redskins: Jayln Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama
The Redskins have a weak group of cornerbacks they'll need to upgrade.
Cleveland Browns: Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky
There are questions concerning Jack Conklin's health, so the Browns may draft a tackle at some point.
Darian Kinnard has surprising athleticism for his huge frame.
Arizona Cardinals: Chasen Hines, G, LSU
The Cardinals were initially targeting Zion Johnson before they traded the No. 23 pick. They need to improve their offensive line.
New York Jets: Phidarian Mathis, DT, Alabama
The Jets need help everywhere, and that includes the interior of the defensive line.
Miami Dolphins: Joshua Williams, CB, Fayetteville State
Xavien Howard always seems to be the subject of trade rumors, so the Dolphins could obtain a cornerback early in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Kansas City Chiefs: Braxton Jones, OT, Southern Utah
The Chiefs could add some competition at right tackle, where Lucas Niang struggled last year.
Los Angeles Rams: Cameron Thomas, DE, San Diego State
The Rams lost Von Miller to free agency, so they'll be looking to fix their pass rush.
Cameron Thomas is considered overrated by some of Charlie Campbell's sources, citing that he's not twitchy enough.
San Francisco 49ers: Haskell Garrett, DT, Ohio State
Javon Kinlaw hasn't lived up to expectations yet, so the 49ers may bring in someone to challenge him.
Haskell Garrett has plus quickness, but lacks length.
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