2022 NFL Mock Draft: Part 2
We are now in playoff season, which means the NFL Draft is just around the corner! Although we are typically known for our sports mystery boxes, specifically our NFL Mystery Boxes, we also like to dabble in things outside of autographed jerseys and signed mini helmets. So without further ado, here are the first 10 selections of our 2022 mock draft!
11. Washington Football Team - Kyle Linderbaum, Center - Iowa
If we have learned one thing about Iowa over the years, it's that they can produce good offensive linemen. Linderbaum is one of the best to come out in a long time and can play either center or guard.
12. Minnesota Vikings - Derek Stingley, Cornerback - LSU
Stingley falling this far feels wrong. If he even falls past 6th, I would imagine that some team would jump up to nab him. He is one of the best cornerbacks from a raw talent standpoint to enter the league in a while.
13. Cleveland Browns - Treylon Burks, Wide Receiver - Arkansas
Treylon Burks is a freak athlete. He has the size and speed to be an absolute monster at the next level and the Cleveland Browns are desperate for someone that can make plays with the ball in their hands.
14. Baltimore Ravens - Kenyan Green, Guard/Tackle - Texas A&M
Between trades and injuries, the Ravens offensive line isn’t what it once was. Green could step in week 1 and be a much needed upgrade at the tackle position.
15. Philadelphia Eagles (via Miami Dolphins) Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, Cornerback - Cincinnati
At nearly 6’3, Gardner is extremely tall for a corner but keeps all the fluidity of a guy 3-4 inches shorter. He has shown everything needed on tape to become the next star at the cornerback position.
16. Philadelphia Eagles (via Indianapolis Colts) - Jordan Davis, Defensive Tackle - Georgia
This is the 2nd selection in the 1st round for the Eagles and the Eagles get their next playmaker for the middle of their defensive line. At 6’6 330 lbs, Davis is nothing short of a mountain and a player like that will come in handy with all of the talented running backs in the NFC East.
17. Los Angeles Chargers - Trevor Penning, Tackle - Northern Iowa
The team struck gold with Slater last season and they are returning to the well to make sure they can protect the most exciting young star in the game. Penning is a great run block with elite size and strength.
18. New Orleans Saints - Jaquan Brisker, Safety - Penn State
Brisker is one of the most physically dominant safeties in recent memory. He can play in the box but he has improved greatly in pass coverage and has solidified himself as a 1st round talent.
19. Philadelphia Eagles - Charles Cross, Offensive Tackle - Mississippi St.
With their 3rd pick in the 1st round, the Eagles add to their offensive line. Most of the best assets on the offensive line are aging quickly. They could sorely use someone like Cross to help protect whoever their quarterback is next season.
20. Pittsburgh Steelers - Matt Corral, Quarterback - Ole Miss
With the expected departure of Big Ben, this team has no where to really turn at the quarterback position. The Steelers will start fresh with the promising up and coming quarterback from Ole Miss that can do a bit of everything. Good athlete, strong arm and good intangibles.
21. New England Patriots - Lewis Cine, Safety - Georgia
Lewis Cine has made himself “seen” (see what I did there) in a big way over the past 3 seasons. The now National Champion came up huge in the championship game and helped lead the Bulldogs over the Crimson Tide. Bill Belichick would have a field day with this kid.
That's it for our selections 11-21! If you would like to see picks 22-32 then click here! Don't forget to visit Ultimateautographs.com for all of your NFL live break needs including signed footballs, autographed NFL helmets and more!