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    2022 NFL Mock Draft: Rounds 4-7 following Days 1 and 2

    With Rounds 1-3 of the 2022 NFL Draft in the books, let's conduct a mock draft for Rounds 4-7 and predict who could land where.

    After two action-packed days, we’re down to the very last 2022 NFL Mock Draft. How will the final four rounds of this 2022 NFL Draft play out? In this deeply talented class, there’s still plenty of late-round gold that could make an NFL roster this fall. For one last time, let’s see how the board falls.

    2022 NFL Mock Draft: Round 4 | Picks 106-124

    For the purpose of this Round 4-7 2022 NFL Mock Draft, we’ve used the Pro Football Network Mock Draft Simulator – equipped with trades – to decide the outcome of Day 3. While it might not provide the perfect picks, the NFL Draft is far from perfect. While some double-dips may not feel like something a team would do, we’ve already seen the Jacksonville Jaguars prove that these occurrences really can happen when a team is on the clock.

    106) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers kickstart Round 4 of this 2022 NFL Mock Draft with a pick they’d have been comfortable making at the top of the second. Perrion Winfrey is an explosive defensive tackle who can cause havoc alongside Vita Vea on the Bucs’ defensive front.

    107) Houston Texans: Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech

    Davis Mills would be ecstatic if the Houston Texans were to land Texas Tech dangerman Erik Ezukanma. A top-50 player on PFN Draft Analyst Ian Cummings’ Top 300 Big Board, Ezukanma is a size threat who also possesses dangerous after-the-catch athleticism that would terrify the AFC South.

    108) Los Angeles Chargers (mock trade from CLV): Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State

    With Kenneth Murray failing to live up to his first-round promise, the Los Angeles Chargers snag an athletic monster in Penn State’s Brandon Smith. The biggest pitfall of Smith’s game is consistency. But when he’s at his very best, he can patrol the field with dangerous vigor whether in coverage or coming downhill with ferocity.

    109) Seattle Seahawks: Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina

    Considered a potential landing spot for the draft’s top quarterbacks early on, the Seattle Seahawks held firm when the passers began to fly off the board in Round 3. However, they land North Carolina’s Sam Howell in this 2022 NFL Mock Draft. The UNC star finds himself in a perfect spot due to the Seahawks’ offensive line upgrades and weaponry to make use of his deep-ball accuracy.

    110) Baltimore Ravens: Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada

    With a glut of mid-late round picks, the Baltimore Ravens can start adding depth pieces at a number of positions. It won’t be a surprise to see them double-dip either, and they begin that process here with the selection of Romeo Doubs. The Nevada pass catcher can be a field-stretching threat for Lamar Jackson in Baltimore.

    111) New York Jets: Leon O’Neal Jr., S, Texas A&M

    The New York Jets continue their defensive overhaul with Texas A&M safety Leon O’Neal Jr. Like a number of Texas A&M players, suboptimal testing times may impact his stop. On his day, however, O’Neal is a physical presence who has some coverage ability. He’s also been a vocal leader for the Aggies during his time with Texas A&M, something the Jets could use in their defense.

    112) New York Giants: Matthew Butler, DT, Tennessee

    Tennessee defensive tackle Matthew Butler is an underrated gem in this 2022 NFL Draft class. Extremely explosive at the point of the snap, he’s as adept at getting to the quarterback as he is at clogging up the ground game. His very presence will open up opportunities for Kayvon Thibodeaux and Azeez Ojulari.

    113) Washington Commanders: Carson Strong, QB, Nevada

    While the trade for Carson Wentz means that the Washington Commanders avoided an early quarterback selection, the opportunity to take a gamble on Carson Strong in this 2022 NFL Mock Draft is too good to miss. Possessing a devastating arm and better mobility than given credit for, a fourth-round pick isn’t too much to surrender if his knee injury does prove an issue at the NFL level.

    114) New York Giants: Damone Clark, LB, LSU

    More defensive reinforcements in the Big Apple as the Giants land an inside linebacker who has a bright future as long as he returns to full health. Damone Clark’s stock has suffered as a result of a spinal injury. However, he showcases excellent play speed, physicality coming downhill, and a motor that never stops running.

    115) New England Patriots (mock trade from DEN): Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati

    Although the New England Patriots selected Marcus Jones in the third round, cornerback is definitely a position where they could double-dip, having lost both Stephon Gilmore and J.C. Jackson in the past 12 months. While he doesn’t receive the same NFL attention as teammate Ahmad Gardner, Coby Bryant can still be a disruptive force for New England’s secondary.

    116) Denver Broncos: Tyler Allgeier, RB, BYU

    Adding Tyler Allgeier into a backfield rotation with Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon would give the Denver Broncos one of the most feared rushing attacks in the NFL. A physical, between-the-tackles beast, Allgeier also has impressive vision and a surprising burst for his size.

    117) New York Jets: Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama

    Considered a sleeper in this cornerback class, Jalyn Armour-Davis has the opportunity to prove himself alongside Ahmad Gardner in New York. A former track star, Armour-Davis showcases the speed to stay toe-to-toe with even the fastest in the game. He also has the football intelligence to play the game to a high level in the NFL.

    118) Cleveland Browns: Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA

    Adding Martin Emerson and then Tariq Woolen to a CB room that already possesses Denzel Ward and Greg Newsome might seem like a luxury. However, it would allow the Cleveland Browns to develop Woolen’s raw athletic potential before inserting him as a starter later on down the line.

    119) Baltimore Ravens: Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina

    The Ravens are building an absolute behemoth on defense, landing David Ojabo, Kyle Hamilton, and Travis Jones in the first two days. Their plethora of picks in this 2022 NFL Mock Draft means they can keep adding depth to their roster. Kingsley Enagbare was a difficult projection coming in, but the Ravens can maximize his explosiveness and length as a situational pass rusher.

    120) Washington Commanders: Darrian Beavers, LB, Cincinnati

    A former defensive end turned linebacker, Darrian Beavers possesses the pass-rush moves and length to disengage from blockers combined with downhill physicality against the run. While Washington took Jamin Davis in the first last year, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them use a later-round pick to add depth at linebacker.

    121) Denver Broncos (mock trade from NE): Zach Tom, OT, Wake Forest

    After adding a pass rusher and tight end on Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft, one of the biggest needs for the Denver Broncos remains unfilled as they’re on the clock in this mock. Zach Tom is a tall, slender offensive line prospect who boasts impressive athleticism and positional versatility. Having impressed at the Senior Bowl, he comes off the board early on Day 3 here.

    122) New England Patriots (mock trade from MIN): Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota

    Having taken Cole Strange in the first round, the Patriots continue to bet on developmental offensive line prospects. Daniel Faalele is a rare prospect whose sheer size and length make him a difficult man to navigate whether in pass protection or the run game. Although his athletic testing doesn’t show it, Faalele has some alluring athletic traits for a man who resembles a mountain.

    123) Cleveland Browns (mock trade from LAC): Chris Hinton, DT, Michigan

    The Browns found their edge rusher of the future in Alex Wright in Round 3. However, they still need to find some help on the defensive interior. Michigan’s Chris Hinton was the unsung hero of the Wolverines’ defensive front this season, doing the dirty work that allowed Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo to succeed.

    124) Cleveland Browns: Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson

    Cleveland loves a big-bodied pass catcher. After adding David Bell as a weapon for Deshaun Watson in Round 3, they double-dip at the position with Clemson’s Justyn Ross. Injury history has dampened the stock of a player who’s shown he can be a devastating game-changer when he’s at his very best.

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