UA NFL 2022 Mock Draft 3.0: Picks 23-32
22. Green Bay Packers (via Las Vegas Raiders) - Jameson WIlliams, Wide Receiver - Alabama
Jameson Willimas is FAST. However, don’t get us wrong, he is much more than just a deep threat. The Ohio State transfer dominated the SEC at Alabama this past season and we would be surprised to see him go top 10. However, if he does fall this far, Green Bay will be running the card up to the podium.
23. Arizona Cardinals - Trent McDuffie - Cornerback - Washington
The Cardinals probably made a mistake by not taking a cornerback last season in the 1st round. They correct that mistake here with nabbing McDuffie. The Huskies have done a great job at producing NFL caliber DB’s over recent years and this pick follows that trend.
24. Dallas Cowboys - Treylon Burks, Wide Receiver - Arkansas
Parsons was a huge success in his rookie season for the Cowboys, but they need someone other than him making plays and getting to the quarterback. Drake has great build and athleticism to help him succeed at the next level.
25. Buffalo Bills - Devonte Wyatt, Defensive Tackle - Georgia
The Bills could easily go running back in this spot here but the value is there in the 2nd round and the 1st might be a reach. Wyatt really elevated his stock this past season and showed off both good pass rush ability and run stuffing.
26. Tennessee Titans - Tre McBride, Tight End - Colorado State
McBride has everything you look for in an elite TE. He is an underrated blocker, but he makes his money in the passing game. He had over 1,100 yards this season and could come up huge for an offense that needs another playmaker.
27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Andrew Booth, Cornerback - Clemson
There are many that believe that Booth could end up being the top corner in this class. If that is the case, this is quite the steal for the Bucs. The Bucs have a great front 7 but the secondary is extremely exposed.
28. Green Bay Packers - Chris Olave, Wide Receiver - Ohio State
This would be unprecedented, but the Packers get not just 1, but 2 stud receivers in the first round of this class. This would have Aaron Rodgers much happier than he was on draft night of 2020.
29. Miami Dolphins (via San Francisco 49ers) - Bernhard Raimann, Tackle - Central Michigan
The Dolphins offensive line was truly offensive this past season, with their new head coach, running the football is going to be a point of emphasis and Raimann could help them do that while also protecting Tua.
30. Kansas City Chiefs - Jahan Dotson, Wide Receiver - Penn St.
Dotson is a smooth operator and plays bigger than his 5’11 height would suggest.
31. Cincinnati Bengals - Devin Lloyd, Linebacker - Utah
It feels wrong to not give the Bengals an offensive line player here, but the truth is, Lloyd is a difference maker on defense and there will still be some really good line options in the 2nd round of this draft.
32. Detroit Lions (via Los Angeles Rams) - Desmond Ridder, Quarterback - Cincinnati
Ridder has always been a really interesting player in this class. He has a ton of tools and is an incredible leader by all accounts. However, concerns about his throwing accuracy have really made him fly all over the board from being a top 10 pick, to not being selected till the 3rd round. We have the Lions nabbing the young signal caller here and have extra motivation due to being able to give him a 5 year deal instead of just a 4 year one if they waited to the 2nd round to get him.
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