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Bogman’s Post Super Bowl Two-Round 2022 NFL Mock Draft

Bogman’s Post Super Bowl Two-Round 2022 NFL Mock Draft

The Super Bowl has come and gone. Now that we know the official order, all eyes are on the 2022 NFL Draft. Scott Bogman is back with his two-round NFL Mock Draft.

Check out Bogman’s initial first-round mock draft here.

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1) Jacksonville – Evan Neal, OT – Alabama
This pick gets easier and easier as the process moves along.  Evan Neal can drop in and protect Trevor Lawrence for a long time.  There are plenty of needs for the Jaguars and they have a ton of cap space to address them but Neal seems more and more likely the closer we get.

2) Detroit – Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE – Michigan
The Lions do need a QB but there isn’t one worth the #2 overall pick in this draft so unless we start hearing rumors that tie them to a QB I’ll have them taking BPA here. Aidan Hutchinson is one of the best players in this draft, and he’s a local product born in Dearborn and playing at Michigan. The fit is too good

3) Houston – Kyle Hamilton, S – Notre Dame
The Lovie Smith hiring felt like a safe move to me.  A guy with experience is coming in to bridge the gap to the next HC and era of football for the Texans during their rebuilding process.  In this process the positional need doesn’t matter so much so the Texans are best served to take the best player available, and Kyle Hamilton is probably the safest player in this draft. He’s likely to be used all over the place like Jamal Adams or Tyrann Mathieu.  BPA is Hamilton, and the Texans need to keep taking BPA to make this rebuild swift.

4) NY Jets – Ikem Ekwonu, OT – NC State
This Jets team needs a lot of help no doubt. But in this scenario, I’d have them taking a big OL to help keep Zach Wilson from running for his life.  Wilson was outstanding at BYU in large part due to the dominant OL and running game. Having your anchors in Becton and Ekwonu will help the Jets give Wilson everything he needs to succeed.

5) NY Giants – Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE – Oregon
Thibodeaux is one of the few ‘fallers’ from the Senior Bowl.  Thibodeaux didn’t participate but the word from scouts and evaluators was that while he is an excellent prospect the effort wasn’t 100% all the time.  I feel like this could be a smokescreen, but since the Giants have two picks in the top 10 taking him here makes a ton of sense as Thibodeaux is talented enough to be the first player off the board.

6) Carolina – Kenny Pickett, QB – Pittsburgh
This team NEEDS a QB.  Head Coach Matt Rhule is on the hot seat, and it’s because the offense was such an utter disaster last season.  I like the term more ‘unsettled’ than any other term for this QB class.  Willis moved his stock up during Senior Bowl week, but not above Pickett for most scouts.  Pickett is a risk, but Rhule needs to gamble on someone to keep his job. Pickett gets the nod here.

7) NY Giants (from Chicago) – Derek Stingley, CB – LSU
I want to give this team a QB, but new HC Brian Daboll has said multiple times that he believes in Daniel Jones and they are going to build the offense around him to start his tenure in New York.  The Giants have good corners in James Bradberry and Adoree Jackson, but Bradberry took a step back last season and is a FA after 2022 so Stingley makes sense here.

8) Atlanta – Treylon Burks, WR – Arkansas
It really seems like Calvin Ridley is going to be moving to a different team at some point this offseason. While the Falcons have a lot of issues, they have got to get someone to catch the ball on the outside.  There are so many good WRs in this class, but Burks can be a #1 option from the jump as he is a physical mismatch at 6’3″ over most corners and can lineup wherever they want him. We know they aren’t afraid to get creative after what we saw with Cordarrelle Patterson in 2021.

9) Denver – George Karlaftis, EDGE – Purdue
This is one from the last mock that I’m keeping the same.  This is one of the few teams picking in the top 10 that can make a playoff push in 2022, but they are going to have to add to the pass rush after trading Von Miller.  Even if the Broncos use some of that cap space to bring in some pass rushers, Karlaftis will be a great pick for them.

10) NY Jets (from Seattle) – Sauce Gardner, CB – Cincinnati
The path to the playoffs in the AFC is littered with awesome WRs, and the Jets gave up the 3rd most passing yards in the NFL last season.  Gardner brings size at 6’2″ and experience as a starter to the Jets who are in desperate need of a good CB.

11) Washington – Malik Willis, QB – Liberty
This is probably a reach in most scouts’ and analysts’ eyes, but this team needs a QB, and Ron Rivera has experience with playmaking QBs!  Willis definitely boosted his stock at the Senior Bowl.  There is a good chance a team trades up to get him, but if he falls to Washington I think they snap him up.

12) Minnesota – Trent McDuffie, CB – Washington
This is a spot where the need is almost overwhelming in terms of the Vikings’ roster.  OL is also in consideration, but being that this team is losing Patrick Peterson, Mackensie Alexander, and they’re a bit cap strapped this offseason the CB need is too much.  McDuffie can be a plug-and-play starter for Minnesota.

13) Cleveland – Chris Olave, WR – Ohio State
The Browns are sticking with Baker Mayfield, so they need to get him the weapons to make him successful.  Olave is an outstanding route runner, has great hands, and had a ton of production at Ohio State (3rd all-time in receptions and 5th in yards at Ohio State).  This is a great pick even if Mayfield isn’t the answer, as the next QB will step in with a good weapon on the outside.

14) Baltimore – Tyler Linderbaum, C – Iowa
The Ravens are going to be so much better in 2022 after having an unbelievable amount of injuries in 2021.  The stats say they need to get better in the secondary, but they’ll do that just by getting injured players back.  Starting Center Bradley Bozeman is scheduled to enter free agency, and Linderbaum can drop in and be the starter for the foreseeable future.

15) Philadelphia (from Miami) – Drake London, WR – USC
I think it’s safe to say Jalen Reagor isn’t working out, and JJ Arcega-Whiteside isn’t going to take the next step.  Jalen Hurts cemented his starting status in 2021, so it’s time to get him some more playmakers.  Drake London can absolutely drop in and provide a big target with a large catch radius for Hurts.

16) Philadelphia (from Indianapolis) – David Ojabo, EDGE – Michigan
This is another one I’m going to stick with from my previous mock.  The Eagles have to address the pass rush with one of their 3 first-round picks and it might be a surprise that Ojabo is still available.  If he puts up big combine numbers he can push himself into the top 10.  Ojabo would bring immediate pressure off the edge for an Eagles team that had the 2nd fewest sacks (29) in the NFL in 2021.

17) LA Chargers – Devin Lloyd, LB – Utah
The Chargers have been rotating the LB position for what seems like forever at this point.  Kenneth Murray hasn’t developed into the player they thought, and Tranquill, who can’t stay on the field, is better as a coverage LB.  Devin Lloyd can come in and be a leader of this defense, play all 3 downs, and provide an anchor as a tackler.  

18) New Orleans – Matt Corral, QB – Ole Miss
The Saints are in a weird spot.  They have a new Head Coach, a terrible cap situation, and a huge question mark at QB.  Matt Corral may not be the QB to start the season if drafted by the Saints, but if it’s between him and Taysom Hill I think he’ll be the starting QB before midseason.  Corral is a bit short at 6’1″ but this franchise has had a pretty good track record with a short QB.  Corral is a leader and showed a lot of improvement throwing the ball in 2021.  He will run like a deer when given the opportunity.

19) Philadelphia – Nakobe Dean, LB – Georgia
3 first-round picks can really help a team change their outlook, and this pick of Dean would be fantastic for the Eagles.  T.J. Edwards is their leader in the middle which would mean Dean would be an OLB.  I think that would fit perfectly for this team.  Dean matches skill with passion and can be a great tone-setter for the future of this defense.

20) Pittsburgh – Charles Cross, OT – Mississippi State
This might be a bit of a drop for Cross, but it’s within the realm of possibility.  The Steelers offensive line is one of if not the worst in the league.  Charles Cross will be able to drop right in at LT and keep whomever the QB will be protected and help open bigger lanes for RB Najee Harris.

21) New England – Jameson Williams, WR – Alabama
The Patriots got their QB of the future in Mac Jones and can add his fellow Bama alumni in speedy WR Jameson Williams. Jakobi Meyers had a great year but is an RFA and it might be tough for the Pats to match contracts if someone extends him a great offer as they only have $8 million-ish in cap space. Williams did tear his knee in the National Championship but he could be ready to go at the beginning of the season which will be about 9 months after the tear.

22) Las Vegas – Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M
This is another pick I’m keeping from my first mock draft from a month ago.  We have a new GM, Dave Ziegler, and HC in Josh McDaniel, but the problems on the Raiders roster remain the same and the OL is the biggest one.  Green is most likely to play guard but can play tackle if really needed, so he will fit even if the Raiders sign some OL help with their $20 million in cap space.

23) Arizona – Trevor Penning, OT – Northern Iowa
Penning didn’t vault himself into the top 10 at the Senior Bowl, but he solidified himself as a first-round pick.  The Cardinals have Kelvin Beachum starting at RT.  While he’s ok and they made the playoffs with him they could really use an upgrade.  Penning is a nasty, mauling type of OL that will keep Murray upright and provide clear running lanes.

24) Dallas – Travon Walker, EDGE – Georgia
The Cowboys don’t need a ton.  The foundation is good and the biggest UFAs for them are Michael Gallup, Dalton Schultz, Randy Gregory, and Dorance Armstrong.  Two of those are on the line and Walker is scheme flexible, brings immediate help against the run, and can clear up space for Micah Parsons to make plays.

25) Buffalo – Andrew Booth Jr, CB – Clemson
The Bills don’t have a ton of needs, but CB is one of them with Levi Wallace entering free agency (92% of defensive snaps) and Tre White coming off an ACL tear in late November.  Andrew Booth is anywhere from CB #2 to #5 on most boards and falling this far would be a great get for the Bills.  Booth and White can help the Bills defense try to tame some of these unbelievable AFC WRs in the postseason.

26) Tennessee – Jermaine Johnson, EDGE – Florida State
Jermaine Johnson was a borderline first-round pick before the Senior Bowl, but no one came out of that week better than him.  Harold Landry is likely to get a massive contract offer and as the Titans enter free agency already over the cap they most likely won’t be able to keep him.  I wouldn’t expect any rookie to have the impact Landry did, but Johnson can help soften the blow.

27) Tampa Bay – DeMarvin Leal, IDL – Texas A&M
This could be a QB, but I’m going to assume the Bucs solve that through a trade or free agency.  Leal has been assigned a Chris Jones comp in terms of his scheme fit so the Bucs can move him around the line as needed.  With only 2 IDL on the roster going into free agency, this is a need and one of the best players on the board.

28) Green Bay – Jordan Davis, IDL – Georgia
The Packers obviously have some question marks on offense, but I think Aaron Rodgers stays.  We know they won’t spend a 1st on a WR so they’ll probably go with defense.  Jordan Davis commands a double team and can help stuff the run and clog up blockers for the pass rush.

29) Miami (from San Francisco) – Jahan Dotson, WR – Penn State
It looks like Mike McDaniel wants to roll with Tua as the QB so the best thing for him would be to add weapons to help him.  Dotson will do just that.  Dotson is going to add explosiveness across from Waddle and will help keep the Dolphins in games against the high-scoring offenses in the AFC.

30) Kansas City – Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE – South Carolina
The Chiefs don’t have a lot of needs, but that is to be expected for a team trying to make it to the AFC Championship for a 5th straight season.  The Chiefs will still have Chris Jones and Frank Clark on the roster, but Enagbare can come in and be a rotational pass rusher.

31) Cincinnati – Zion Johnson, IOL – Boston College
We just watched it.  This team is missing one big thing.  It’s clearly the offensive line.  Burrow took 51 sacks this year to lead the league and was just dropped 7 times in the Super Bowl.  Zion Johnson really jumped his stock at the Senior Bowl.  This will be a good start for the Bengals to fix this issue.

32) Detroit (from LA Rams) – Sam Howell, QB – North Carolina
Different QB from my previous mock but same idea.  Sam Howell will need to sit a year and Jared Goff is too expensive to cut.  Howell will definitely pass the Dan Campbell vibe test.  He’s a little bit short at 6′ and he doesn’t have the biggest arm but he can make up with accuracy and mobility.

Round 2

1) Jacksonville – Jaquan Brisker, S – Penn State
Brisker can pair with Andre Cisco to form a great S group in Jacksonville.

2) Detroit – Garrett Wilson, WR – Ohio State
The Lions got one starter in Amon-Ra St. Brown last season. Adding Wilson will help Goff now and whoever takes over at the QB spot with precision route running and great YAC skills.

3) NY Jets – Daxton Hill, S – Michigan
Hill is a ‘swiss army knife’ kind of DB that can lineup all over the secondary

4) NY Giants – Trey McBride, TE – Colorado State
McBride can play the Dawson Knox role in Daboll’s offense in New York

5) Houston – Devonte Wyatt, DL – Georgia
Wyatt can lineup all over the DL for the Texans, and they need help putting pressure on the QB as they were tied for the 5th fewest sacks in the league in 2021.

6) NY Jets (from Carolina) – Logan Hall, EDGE – Houston
The Jets are in the same boat as Houston as they only had one more sack than the Texans.  Hall can come in and help put pressure on the QB.

7) Chicago – George Pickens, WR – Georgia
Allen Robinson is gone and Pickens gives Fields another downfield threat to pair with Darnell Mooney.

8) Denver – Christian Harris, LB – Alabama
The Broncos need help at LB, and Harris can play all 3 downs.  He has a great motor and was a signal-caller at Alabama.

9) Seattle – Bernhard Raimann, OT – Central Michigan
Duane Brown is most likely gone to free agency, and Raimann is getting some buzz going into the combine.

10) Washington – Roger McCreary, CB – Auburn
The Commanders gave up the 4th most passing yards in the NFL last season.  McCreary can play the slot for Washington.  Washington had 4 players take over 150 snaps in the slot last year.

11) Atlanta – Myjai Sanders, EDGE – Cincinnati
The Falcons only had 18 sacks last season, the fewest in the league by 11.  Sanders can step in and help put some pressure on opposing QBs.

12) Cleveland – Arnold Ebiketie, EDGE – Penn State
I expect the Browns to spend some money on this position, but Ebiketie can be a rotational pass rusher from the start while developing the rest of his game.

13) Baltimore – Jalen Pitre, S – Baylor
Pitre played ‘Star’ at Baylor and lined up all over the place for the Bears.  Pitre can be put to use immediately for the Ravens probably as a nickel backer to start.

14) Minnesota – David Bell, WR – Purdue
If the Vikings are going to win with Cousins, which seemed to be the part of Kevin O’Connell‘s interview that got him the job, they need to give him weapons.  David Bell can play outside in 3 WR sets which will allow Jefferson or Thielen to line up in the slot.

15) Indianapolis – John Metchie III, WR – Alabama
Metchie is a home-run hitter that the Colts really need. He is recovering from a torn ACL from the SEC Championship game but should be good to go near the start of the season.

16) LA Chargers – Perrion Winfrey, IDL – Oklahoma
The Chargers gave up the 3rd most rushing yards in the NFL last season.  Winfrey moved way up boards during the Senior Bowl where he won player of the game.

17) New Orleans – Christian Watson, WR – North Dakota State
Watson can bring some size and speed to this Saints receiving group.  No one on the Saints had 50 receptions last year.  Adding Watson and getting Thomas back will help whomever the QB will be in 2022.

18) Miami – Kenneth Walker, RB – Michigan State
With the success of the run game in San Francisco, I believe bringing in a back that has done the heavy lifting would be a smart move for the Dolphins and new HC Mike McDaniel.

19) Philadelphia – Breece Hall, RB – Iowa State
I wouldn’t like this spot for fantasy but the Eagles would be smart to get some depth behind Miles Sanders and there aren’t too many more needs on a team that has had four picks by this point.  Hall had over 700 carries at Iowa State and can be relied upon for all 3 downs in any role that is needed.

20) Pittsburgh – Martin Emerson, CB – Mississippi State
Joe Haden will most likely be gone and Emerson is a mainly outside CB that will allow Sutton to shift back to nickel against 3 WR sets.

21) Las Vegas – Jalen Tolbert, WR – South Alabama
Tolbert can be the big play, downfield threat the Raiders are looking for after the loss of Ruggs.

22) New England – Tariq Woolen, CB – UTSA
Woolen is a big (6’4″) physical CB that is a bit of a project but can probably start by lining up against big WRs and TEs to start.

23) Arizona – Drake Jackson, EDGE – USC
TDN’s Drae Harris gave Jackson a Markus Golden comp.  That would be perfect for the Cardinals who may be losing Chandler Jones in free agency.

24) Dallas – Jamaree Salyer, IOL – Georgia
Salyer played a lot of OT at Georgia but probably will fit best at guard in the NFL.  The Cowboys might be in play for an IOL if Connor Williams leaves in free agency.  

25) Buffalo – Darian Kinnard, IOL – Kentucky
A lot like Salyer, Kinnard is a guy that will most likely play guard in the NFL after playing OT in college.  Kinnard is better as a pass protector and the Bills love to give Josh Allen as many opportunities as he can handle.

26) Atlanta (Tennessee) – Boye Mafe, EDGE – Minnesota
Mafe is a bit of a project but can come in on passing downs immediately and help the putrid Falcons’ pass rush.

27) Green Bay – Damone Clark, LB – LSU
Clark doesn’t have the best instincts but is extremely athletic.  That will make up for some of his mistakes.  The Packers would be drafting excellent traits and will hopefully develop him to start at some point in the near future.

28) Tampa Bay – Greg Dulcich, TE – UCLA
Gronk said he wasn’t going to play with another QB other than Tom Brady.  If that holds true they will need a starting TE.  Dulcich is way more of a receiving option at TE and moved his stock up during the Senior Bowl.

29) San Francisco – Derion Kendrick, CB – Georgia
There aren’t many needs for the 49ers who just made it to the NFC Championship.  Josh Norman is gone through free agency and Ambry Thomas was a disaster.

30) Kansas City – Coby Bryant, CB – Cincinnati
Bryant can lineup on the outside which would allow L’Jarius Sneed to move to primarily play nickel CB.  

31) Cincinnati – Daniel Faalele, OT – Minnesota
Faalele is a gigantic OT project.  He’s 6’8″ and a bit raw, but the Bengals have to replace starter Isaiah Prince.

32) Denver (from LAR) – Desmond Ridder, QB – Cincinnati
This is the ‘just in case’ Aaron Rodgers doesn’t work out.  Ridder could really use some time to develop but would offer a better option than Lock or Bridgwater immediately.  Ridder is a great leader that took Cincinnati to the CFB Playoff, and he would have great receiving weapons if he ended up starting

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