2022 7-Round NFL Mock Draft: Round 3 | 65-75
We’re still moving along in this 2022 7-Round Mock Draft. The Jaguars kick off Round 3 by bolstering their defense while the Lions look to add more weapons to their offense.
65) Jacksonville Jaguars
Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming
An instinctive defender with great physical tools, who naturally flows to the ball.
66) Detroit Lions
Calvin Austin III, WR, Memphis
A menace at the line with ultra-twitchy movements and explosiveness upfield.
67) New York Giants
Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi State
A long, physical cornerback with great processing and playmaking ability.
68) Houston Texans
Kerby Joseph, S, Illinois
A rangy playmaker with outstanding length and closing speed in space.
69) New York Jets
Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor
A versatile, tenacious hybrid safety who projects well in coverage.
70) Jacksonville Jaguars
Tyquan Thornton, WR, Baylor
A near-6’3″ speed demon with high-level instincts in contested situations.
71) Chicago Bears
Braxton Jones, OT, Southern Utah
An FCS product who dominated the lower ranks with his strength, length, and athleticism.
72) Seattle Seahawks
Christian Harris, LB, Alabama
A fast-paced linebacker with wicked explosiveness and physicality in short ranges.
73) Indianapolis Colts
Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech
An explosive RAC threat with contact balance and 33.5″ arms to snag tight throws.
74) Atlanta Falcons
Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson
A big-bodied target who’s smooth, light on his feet, and a detailed route runner.
75) Denver Broncos
Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State
Large, athletic tackle who could move inside to guard.
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76) Baltimore Ravens
Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan
An extremely athletic lineman with upper body strength and a finisher mentality.
77) Minnesota Vikings
Danny Gray, WR, SMU
An underrated speed threat with good size, instincts, and throttle control on his routes.
78) Cleveland Browns
Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada
A long, compact receiver with three-level talent (if he can improve his hands).
79) Los Angeles Chargers
Cole Strange, G, Chattanooga
An elite athlete on the interior who can anchor and move defenders in space.
80) Houston Texans
Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA
A generational athlete with outrageous length and explosiveness but needs coaching.
81) New York Giants
Ed Ingram, G, LSU
A violent blocker who matches physicality on the interior and can move in space.
82) Atlanta Falcons
Phidarian Mathis, DT, Alabama
An alignment-versatile defensive lineman who always brings a hot motor.
83) Philadelphia Eagles
Cameron Thomas, EDGE, San Diego State
A strong defensive lineman with good power and underrated athleticism.
84) Pittsburgh Steelers
Matt Waletzko, OT, North Dakota
A tackle who features a dominant wingspan, effortless athleticism, and high upside.
85) New England Patriots
Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama
A technically sound cornerback with the discipline and speed to carry WRs upfield.
86) Las Vegas Raiders
Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin
A wrecking ball in the box with elite explosiveness and power at linebacker.
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87) Arizona Cardinals
Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama
A wideout with the twitch, separation ability, and body control to be productive.
88) Dallas Cowboys
Damarri Mathis, CB, Pittsburgh
A hyper-physical cornerback who jumped 43.5″ and closes in the blink of an eye.
89) Buffalo Bills
Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State
A potential Tremaine Edmunds successor with similar size and athleticism.
90) Tennessee Titans
Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota
A monstrous right tackle who has the power and strength to impose his will.
91) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Matthew Butler, DT, Tennessee
An explosive, heavy-handed 3-technique who can fill the void left by Ndamukong Suh.
92) Green Bay Packers
Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA
A smooth athlete with the frame and body control to be a relied-upon seam threat.
93) San Francisco 49ers
Cameron Jurgens, C, Nebraska
An undersized, elite athlete who’s tailor-made for Kyle Shanahan’s wide-zone scheme.
94) Kansas City Chiefs
Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia
A rare size/athleticism specimen with seam and red-zone utility behind Travis Kelce.
95) Cincinnati Bengals
Alontae Taylor, CB, Tennessee
An intensely physical and explosive cornerback with length whom the Bengals met with.
96) Denver Broncos
Myjai Sanders, EDGE, Cincinnati
A lanky edge rusher who plays larger than his frame, and he has great burst and bend.
97) Detroit Lions
Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M
An agile runner with solid frame density and receiving ability, though vision can improve.
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98) New Orleans Saints
Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State
A tight end who doesn’t play up to his athletic numbers, but he has a dominant wingspan.
99) Cleveland Browns
Zachary Carter, DL, Florida
An extremely powerful defensive lineman with versatility between 3-technique and EDGE.
100) Baltimore Ravens
Kyron Johnson, EDGE, Kansas
A perpetually angry on-ball SAM linebacker with elite burst and speed-to-power conversion.
101) Philadelphia Eagles
Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Alabama
A dependable and physical runner with great footwork, pace, and size.
102) Miami Dolphins
Sam Williams, EDGE, Ole Miss
A speed rusher with incredible talent, though off-field character remains a question mark.
103) Kansas City Chiefs
Wan’Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky
A former RB whose propensity for RAC yards would be maximized with the Chiefs.
104) Los Angeles Rams
Zach Tom, OT, Wake Forest
A smooth and detailed offensive lineman with athleticism and positional versatility.
105) San Francisco 49ers
Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State
A shorter-framed target with high-level catching instincts and slippery RAC ability.
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