/2022 NFL Two-Round Mock Draft: No QBs in top 15, four go in Round 2 in what teams should do mock – CBS Sports

2022 NFL Two-Round Mock Draft: No QBs in top 15, four go in Round 2 in what teams should do mock – CBS Sports


It’s been 34 weeks since the start of the 2021 college football season, and we’ve done an NFL mock draft each and every week (it sounds nuts because it is), but this time we’re doing something a little different. CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco has been doing this for years — a mock draft on what he thinks teams should do. It’s a great idea because it gets you on the record, plus it gives fans an easy way to point out where you were criminally wrong.

That said, last year Pete thought the Panthers should’ve taken Rashawn Slater with the eighth-overall pick (O-line is a HUGE need for Carolina this year). And in 2020, Pete thought the Dolphins should’ve taken Justin Herbert at No. 5. Here’s a look at Pete’s what teams should do mock this year.

So we’re going to follow Pete’s lead, but we’ll take it a step further: We’re going two rounds deep with the 64 picks we think every team should make. A sneak peak: The first quarterback doesn’t go off the board until Pick 16 and then the next QB doesn’t get taken until Round 2, when four are selected. All told, 10 wide receivers lead the way, followed by nine edge rushers, eight cornerbacks and eight offensive tackles.

Keep reading to see both rounds.

Round 2

33. Jacksonville: Trey McBride,  TE, Colorado State
34. Detroit: Matt Corral,  QB, Ole Miss
35. NY Jets: Kaiir Elam,  CB, Florida
36. NY Giants: Daniel Faalele,  OT, Minnesota
37. Houston: Christian Harris,  LB, Alabama
38. NY Jets (via CAR): Tyler Smith,  OT, Tulsa
39. Chicago: Christian Watson,  WR, North Dakota State
40. Seattle (via DEN): Boye Mafe,  EDGE, Minnesota
41. Seattle: Sam Howell,  QB, North Carolina
42. Indianapolis (via WSH): Lewis Cine,  S, Georgia
43. Atlanta: Kenny Pickett,  QB, Pittsburgh
44. Cleveland: Jahan Dotson,  WR, Penn State
45. Baltimore: Luke Goedeke,  OT, Central Michigan
46. Minnesota: George Karlaftis,  EDGE, Purdue
47. Washington (via IND): Tariq Woolen,  CB, UTSA
48. Chicago (via LAC): Darrian Kinnard,  OG, Kentucky
49. New Orleans: George Pickens,  WR, Georgia
50. Kansas City (via MIA): Skyy Moore,  WR, Western Michigan
51. Philadelphia: Cole Strange,  OG, UT-Chattanooga
52. Pittsburgh: Desmond Ridder,  QB, Cincinnati
53. Green Bay (via LV): Jalen Tolbert,  WR, South Alabama
54. New England: Roger McCreary,  CB, Auburn
55. Arizona: Ken Walker III,  RB, Michigan State
56. Dallas: Travis Jones,  DT, UConn
57. Buffalo: Chad Muma,  LB, Wyoming
58. Atlanta (via TEN): Arnold Ebiketie,  EDGE, Penn State
59. Green Bay: Kingsley Enagbare,  EDGE, South Carolina
60. Tampa Bay: Breece Hall,  RB, Iowa State
61. San Francisco: Jaquan Brisker,  S, Penn State
62. Kansas City: Bryan Cook,  S, Cincinnati
63. Cincinnati: DeMarvin Leal,  DT, Texas A&M
64. Denver (via LAR): Quay Walker,  LB, Georgia

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