2022 7-Round NFL Mock Draft | Round 3
65) Jacksonville Jaguars: Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson
A savvy size threat who already has good chemistry with his college QB Trevor Lawrence.
66) Detroit Lions: Phidarian Mathis, DT, Alabama
A glue guy who can mix and match with talents like Alim McNeill and Levi Onwuzurike.
67) New Orleans Saints (mock trade from NYG): Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Alabama
A big, physical runner who always presses forward and has underrated athleticism.
68) Houston Texans: Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina
A long-armed power rusher with good ankle flexion who reportedly has Round 2 grades.
69) New York Jets: David Bell, WR, Purdue
A high-level possession receiver who could be a perfect complement to Christian Watson.
70) Jacksonville Jaguars: Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota
A massive right tackle who gives Jacksonville valuable insurance for franchise tag recipient Cam Robinson.
71) Chicago Bears: Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State
A high-level athletic talent who needs refinement but can play left and right tackle.
72) Seattle Seahawks: Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA
A raw but unprecedented physical talent with dominant speed and length.
73) Indianapolis Colts: John Metchie III, WR, Alabama
A technically proficient pass catcher who can win on the boundary or in the slot.
74) Atlanta Falcons: Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M
A big-bodied back with a great mix of physicality and short-area agility.
75) Arizona Cardinals (mock trade from DEN): Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn
Arizona sends pick No. 87 and a 2023 third-rounder for pick No. 75 from Denver.
The Cardinals trade up for a sticky cover man who plays bigger than his frame.
76) Baltimore Ravens: Cole Strange, OL, Chattanooga
An elite athlete with a steady resilience and the versatility to play guard or center.
77) Minnesota Vikings: Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama
A natural separator with high-end catching instincts who could be maximized as a pro.
78) Cleveland Browns: Alex Wright, EDGE, UAB
A prospect who checks all the Browns’ boxes — young, well-built, and athletic.
79) Los Angeles Chargers: Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama
A technically sound size-speed athlete who’s scratching the surface as a playmaker.
80) Houston Texans: Kerby Joseph, S, Illinois
An incredibly rangy playmaker with game-changing potential at free safety.
81) New York Giants: Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA
A smooth TE with the athleticism to get up the seam and the length to extend for catches.
82) Atlanta Falcons: Tyquan Thornton, WR, Baylor
An elite speed threat with a long frame, great ball skills, and an attitude as a blocker.
83) Philadelphia Eagles: Bryan Cook, S, Cincinnati
A tenacious box safety who can tackle in space and make plays when passes come his way.
84) Pittsburgh Steelers: Matt Waletzko, OT, North Dakota
A rare athlete with a dominating wingspan, culminating in massive upside at tackle.
85) New England Patriots: Jamaree Salyer, G, Georgia
A long, compact, and physical blocker with a promising projection on the interior.
86) Las Vegas Raiders: Joshua Ezeudu, OL, North Carolina
An athletic and powerful lineman who has versatility between tackle and guard.
87) Denver Broncos: Braxton Jones, OT, Southern Utah
An FCS stalwart with dominant length and athleticism, as well as left-right versatility.
88) Dallas Cowboys: Ed Ingram, G, LSU
A violent hand-fighter on the interior who also gets out in space well.
89) Buffalo Bills: Christian Harris, LB, Alabama
A compact run-and-chase linebacker with elite speed and explosiveness.
90) Tennessee Titans: Carson Strong, QB, Nevada
A big-armed signal-caller who could be a low-risk, high-reward investment.
91) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia
An uber-physical weapon in the middle of the field with an elite wingspan and good burst.
92) Green Bay Packers: Chris Paul, OT, Tulsa
A smart, experienced, and versatile lineman with the tools to stay at right tackle.
93) San Francisco 49ers: Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech
A high-level RAC threat at 6’2″, 209 pounds who’s also an alpha when the ball is in the air.
94) Kansas City Chiefs: Cameron Thomas, EDGE, San Diego State
A burly edge rusher with a hot motor, powerful hands, and passable athleticism.
95) Cincinnati Bengals: Luke Goedeke, G, Central Michigan
A constant finisher who translates well at guard with athleticism and upper body torque.
96) Denver Broncos: Myjai Sanders, EDGE, Cincinnati
An explosive, bendy edge rusher with a physical mentality and good speed to power.
97) Detroit Lions: Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State
A fast, fleet-footed slot weapon who shares some similarities with Amon-Ra St. Brown.
98) New Orleans Saints: Zyon McCollum, CB, Sam Houston State
An elite athlete at 6’2″ with rare efficiency of motion and flashes of patience at the line.
99) Cleveland Browns: Matthew Butler, DT, Tennessee
An explosive, heavy-handed defensive tackle who can generate pressure as a pass rusher.
100) Baltimore Ravens: Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State
A truly elite athlete at 6’3 1/2″, 250 pounds, whose physical skill set invites versatility.
101) Chicago Bears (mock trade from PHI): Luke Fortner, C, Kentucky
A high-floor center with the leverage, play strength, and hands to lock down the interior.
102) Miami Dolphins: Cameron Jurgens, C, Nebraska
An easy mover with tenacious physicality, and a perfect fit for Miami’s wide-zone scheme.
103) Kansas City Chiefs: Thomas Booker, DT, Stanford
An alignment-versatile lineman with the explosiveness, twitch, and power to be great.
104) Los Angeles Rams: Nik Bonitto, EDGE, Oklahoma
An explosive, bendy edge rusher who lacks an imposing profile but has great upside.
105) San Francisco 49ers: Zachary Carter, DL, Florida
A powerful disruptor on the line, with versatility between the interior and EDGE.
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