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2022 NFL Draft Tracker: Complete List of Selections

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The 2022 NFL Draft will start on Thursday, April 28, and end on Saturday, April 30. The seven-round event will be held in Las Vegas for the first time.

Round 1 will take place on Thursday, April 28 beginning at 8 p.m. ET. Rounds 2-3 will be held on Friday, April 29 beginning at 7 p.m. ET. Rounds 4-7 will be held on Saturday, April 30 beginning at 12 p.m. ET.

The Jacksonville Jaguars had the first overall selection and took Georgia’s Travon Walker.

You can keep up with the entire draft below. We’ll update throughout the event.

 

Saturday, April 30

Round Seven

Here are the seventh-round results of the NFL Draft

222) Jacksonville Jaguars: CB Montaric Brown, Arkansas

223) Cleveland Browns: DE Isaiah Thomas, Oklahoma

224) Miami Dolphins: LB Cameron Goode, California

225) Pittsburgh Steelers: LB Mark Robinson, Ole Miss

226) Chicago Bears: G J’atyre Carter, Southern

227) Minnesota Vikings: TE Nick Muse, South Carolina

228) Green Bay Packers: LB Tariq Carpenter, Georgia Tech

229) Seattle Seahawks: WR Bo Melton, Rutgers

230) Washington Commanders: G Chris Paul, Tulsa

231) Buffalo Bills: LB Baylon Spector, Clemson

232) Denver Broncos: DB Falon Hicks, Wisconsin

233) Seattle Seahawks: WR Dareke Young, Lenoir-Rhyne

234) Green Bay Packers: DT Jonathan Ford, Miami

235) Los Angeles Rams: LB Daniel Hardy, Montana State

236) Los Angeles Chargers: DB Deane Leonard, Ole Miss

237) Detroit Lions: CB Chase Lucas, Arizona State

238) Las Vegas Raiders: OT Thayer Munford, Ohio State

239) Indianapolis Colts: S Rodney Thomas II, Yale

240) Washington Commanders: DB Christian Holmes, Oklahoma State

241) Pittsburgh Steelers: QB Chris Oladokun, South Dakota State

242) Carolina Panthers: CB Kalon Barnes, Baylor

243) Kansas City Chiefs: CB Jaylen Watson, Washington State

244) Arizona Cardinals: DB Christian Matthew, Valdosta State

245) New England Patriots: G Andrew Stueber, Michigan

246) Cleveland Browns: C Dawson Deaton, Texas Tech

247) Miami Dolphins: QB Skylar Thompson, Kansas State

248) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DE Andre Anthony, LSU

249) Green Bay Packers: OT Rasheed Walker, Penn State

250) Las Vegas Raiders: RB Brittain Brown, UCLA

251) Kansas City Chiefs: RB Isaih Pacheco, Rutgers

252) Cincinnati Bengals: DE Jeffrey Gunter, Coastal Carolina

253) Los Angeles Rams: S Russ Yeast, Kansas State

254) Chicago Bears (compensatory selection): S Elijah Hicks, California

255) Chicago Bears (compensatory selection): P Trenton Gill, NC State

256) Arizona Cardinals (compensatory selection): LB Jesse Luketa, Penn State

257) Arizona Cardinals (compensatory selection): G Marquis Hayes, Oklahoma

258) Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection): WR Samori Toure, Nebraska

259) Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection): S Nazeeh Johnson, Marshall

260) Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection): FB Zander Horvath, Purdue

261) Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection): OT AJ Arcuri, Michigan State

262) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection): QB Brock Purdy, Iowa State

 

Sixth Round

Here are the sixth-round results of the NFL Draft.

180) Buffalo Bills: P Matt Araiza, San Diego State

181) Philadelphia Eagles: LB Kyron Johnson, Kansas

182) New York Giants: ILB Darrian Beavers, Cincinnati

183) New England Patriots: RB Kevin Harris, South Carolina

184) Minnesota Vikings: OL Vederian Lowe, Illinois

185) Buffalo Bills: CB Christian Benford, Villanova

186) Chicago Bears: OT Zachary Thomas, San Diego State

187) San Francisco 49ers: OT Nick Zakelj, Fordham

188) Detroit Lions: LB Malcolm Rodriguez, Oklahoma State

189) Carolina Panthers: LB Amare Barno, Virginia Tech

190) Atlanta Falcons: G Justin Shaffer, Georgia

191) Minnesota Vikings: WR Jalen Nailor, Michigan State

192) Indianapolis Colts: TE Andrew Ogletree, Youngstown State

193) Dallas Cowboys: LB Devin Harper, Oklahoma State

194) New Orleans Saints: DT Jordan Jackson, Air Force

195) Los Angeles Chargers: G Jamaree Salyer, Georgia

196) Baltimore Ravens: RB Tyler Badie, Missouri

197) Jacksonville Jaguars: DB Gregory Junior, Ouachita Baptist

198) Philadelphia Eagles: TE Grant Calcaterra, SMU

199) Carolina Panthers: G Cade Mays, Tennessee

200) New England Patriots: DT Sam Roberts, Northwest Missouri State

201) Arizona Cardinals: RB Keaontay Ingram, Texas

202) Cleveland Browns: WR Michael Woods II, Oklahoma

203) Chicago Bears: RB Trestan Ebner, Baylor

204) Tennessee Titans: S Theo Jackson, Tennessee

205) Houston Texans: OT Austin Deculus, LSU

206) Denver Broncos: DT Matt Henningsen, Wisconsin

207) Chicago Bears: C Doug Kramer, Illinois

208) Pittsburgh Steelers: FB Connor Heyward, Michigan State

209) Buffalo Bills: OT Luke Tenuta, Virginia Tech

210) New England Patriots: G Chasen Hines, LSU

211) Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection): S Quentin Lake, UCLA

212) Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection): DB Derion Kendrick, Georgia

213) Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection): TE John FitzPatrick, Georgia

214) Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection): S Ja’Sir Taylor, Wake Forest

215) Arizona Cardinals (compensatory selection): G Lecitus Smith, Virginia Tech

216) Indianapolis Colts (compensatory selection): DT Curtis Brooks, Cincinnati

217) Detroit Lions (compensatory selection): LB James Houston IV, Jackson State

218) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (compensatory selection): TE Ko Kieft, Minnesota

219) Tennessee Titans (compensatory selection): LB Chance Campbell, Ole Miss

220) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection): TE Kalia Davis, UCF

221) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection): CB Tariq Castro-Fields, Penn State


Fifth Round

Here are the fifth-round results of the NFL Draft.

144) Washington Commanders: QB Sam Howell, North Carolina

145) Kansas City Chiefs: OG Darian Kinnard, Kentucky

146) New York Giants: ILB Micah McFadden, Indiana

147) New York Giants: DT D.J. Davidson, Arizona State

148) Buffalo Bills: WR Khalil Shakir, Boise State

149) Washington Commanders: TE Cole Turner, Nevada

150) Chicago Bears: DT Thomas Booker, Stanford

151) Atlanta Falcons: RB Tyler Allgeier, BYU

152) Denver Broncos: S Delarrin Turner-Yell, Oklahoma

153) Seattle Seahawks: CB Tariq Woolen, UTSA

154) Philadelphia Eagles: RB Snoop Conner, Ole Miss

155) Dallas Cowboys: OT Matt Waletzko, North Dakota

156) Cleveland Browns: RB Jerome Ford, Cincinnati

157) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: CB Zyon McCollum, Sam Houston

158) Seattle Seahawks: DE Tyreke Smith, Ohio State

159) Indianapolis Colts: DT Eric Johnson, Missouri State

160) Los Angeles Chargers: DT Otito Ogbonnia, UCLA

161) New Orleans Saints: LB D’Marco Jackson, Appalachian State

162) Denver Broncos: WR Montrell Washington, Samford

163) Tennessee Titans: WR Kyle Philips, UCLA

164) Los Angeles Rams: RB Kyren Williams Notre Dame

165) Minnesota Vikings: DE Esezi Otomewo, Minnesota

166) Cincinnati Bengals: S Tycen Anderson, Toledo

167) Dallas Cowboys: CB DaRon Bland, Frenso State

168) Chicago Bears: OT Braxton Jones, Southern Utah

169) Minnesota Vikings: RB Ty Chandler, North Carolina

170) Houston Texans: TE Teagan Quitoriano, Oregon State

171) Denver Broncos: C Luke Watterberg, Washington

172) San Francisco 49ers: CB Samuel Womack, Toledo

173) New York Giants: OG Marcus McKethan, North Carolina

174) Chicago Bears: LB Dominique Robinson, Miami (OH)

175) Las Vegas Raiders: DT Matthew Butler, Tennessee

176) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection): LB Damone Clark, LSU

177) Detroit Lions (compensatory selection): TE James Mitchell, Virginia Tech

178) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection): DT John Ridgeway, Arkansas

179) Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection): LB Kingsley Enagbare, South Carolina


Fourth Round

Here are the fourth-round results of the NFL Draft

106) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: TE Cade Otton, Washington

107) Houston Texans: RB Dameon Pierce, Florida

108) Cleveland Browns: DT Perrion Winfrey, Oklahoma

109) Seattle Seahawks: CB Coby Bryant, Cincinnati

110) Baltimore Ravens: OL Daniel Faalele, Minnesota

111) New York Jets: OT Max Mitchell, Louisiana

112) New York Giants: TE Daniel Bellinger, San Diego State

113) Washington Commanders: S Percy Butler, Louisiana

114) New York Giants: S Daniel Belton, Iowa

115) Denver Broncos: DB Damarri Mathis, Pittsburgh

116) Denver Broncos: DE Eyioma Uwazurike, Iowa State

117) New York Jets: DE Micheal Clemons, Texas A&M

118) Minnesota Vikings: CB Akayleb Evans, Missouri

119) Baltimore Ravens: CB Jalyn Armour-Davis, Alabama

120) Carolina Panthers: LB Brandon Smith, Penn State

121) New England Patriots: CB Jack Jones, Arizona State

122) Las Vegas Raiders: RB Zamir White, Georgia

123) Los Angeles Chargers: RB Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M

124) Cleveland Browns: K Cade York, LSU

125) Miami Dolphins: WR Erik Ezukanma, Texas Tech

126) Las Vegas Raiders: DT Neil Farrell Jr., LSU

127) New England Patriots: RB Pierre Strong Jr., South Dakota State

128) Baltimore Ravens: TE Charlie Kolar, Iowa State

129) Dallas Cowboys: TE Jake Ferguson, Wisconsin

130) Baltimore Ravens: P Jordan Stout, Penn State

131) Tennessee Titans: RB Hassan Haskins, Michigan

132) Green Bay Packers: WR Romeo Doubs, Nevada

133) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: P Jake Camarda, Georgia

134) San Francisco 49ers: OT Spencer Burford, UTSA

135) Kansas City Chiefs: DB Joshua Williams, Fayetteville State

136) Cincinnati Bengals: OT Cordell Volson, North Dakota State

137) New England Patriots: QB Bailey Zappe, Western Kentucky

138) Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection): WR Calvin Austin III, Memphis

139) Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): TE Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina

140) Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection): OG Zach Tom, Wake Forest

141) Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): CB Damarion Williams, Houston

142) Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection): CB Decobie Durant, South Carolina State

143) Tennessee Titans (compensatory selection): TE Chigoziem Okonkwo, Maryland

Third Round

Here are the third-round results of the NFL Draft.

65) Jacksonville Jaguars: C Luke Fortner, Kentucky

66) Minnesota Vikings: OLB Brian Asamoah, Oklahoma

67) New York Giants: OG Joshua Ezeudu, North Carolina

68) Cleveland Browns: CB Martin Emerson, Mississippi State

69) Tennessee Titans: OT Nicholas Petit-Frere, Ohio State

70) Jacksonville Jaguars: LB Chad Muma, Wyoming

71) Chicago Bears: WR Velus Jones Jr., Tennessee

72) Seattle Seahawks: OT Abraham Lucas, Washington State

73) Indianapolis Colts: TE Jelani Woods, Virginia

74) Atlanta Falcons: QB Desmond Ridder, Cincinnati

75) Houston Texans: LB Christian Harris, Alabama

76) Baltimore Ravens: DT Travis Jones, UConn

77) Indianapolis Colts: OT Bernhard Raimann, Central Michigan

78) Cleveland Browns: DE Alex Wright, UAB

79) Los Angeles Chargers: S JT Woods, Baylor

80) Denver Broncos: TE Greg Dulcich, UCLA

81) New York Giants: CB Cordale Flott, LSU

82) Atlanta Falcons: OLB DeAngelo Malone, Western Kentucky

83) Philadelphia Eagles: LB Nakobe Dean, Georgia

84) Pittsburgh Steelers: DE DeMarvin Leal, Texas A&M

85) New England Patriots: CB Marcus Jones, Houston

86) Tennessee Titans: QB Malik Willis, Liberty

87) Arizona Cardinals: DE Cameron Thomas, San Diego State

88) Dallas Cowboys: WR Jalen Tolbert, South Alabama

89) Buffalo Bills: ILB Terrel Bernard, Baylor

90) Las Vegas Raiders: OG Dylan Parham, Memphis

91) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: RB Rachaad White, Arizona State

92) Green Bay Packers: G Sean Rhyan, UCLA

93) San Francisco 49ers: RB Tyrion Davis-Price, LSU

94) Carolina Panthers: QB Matt Corral, Ole Miss

95) Cincinnati Bengals: DT Zachary Carter, Florida

96) Indianapolis Colts: S Nick Cross, Maryland

97) Detroit Lions (compensatory selection): S Kerby Joseph, Illinois

98) Washington Commanders (compensatory selection): RB Brian Robinson Jr., Alabama

99) Cleveland Browns (special compensatory selection): WR David Bell, Purdue

100) Arizona Cardinals (special compensatory selection): DE Myjai Sanders, Cincinnati

101) New York Jets (from New Orleans Saints; special compensatory selection): TE Jeremy Ruckert, Ohio State

102) Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco 49ers; special compensatory selection): LB Channing Tindall, Georgia

103) Kansas City Chiefs (special compensatory selection): LB Leo Chenal, Wisconsin

104) Los Angeles Rams (special compensatory selection): G Logan Bruss, Wisconsin

105) San Francisco 49ers (special compensatory selection): WR Danny Gray, SMU


Second Round

Here are the second-round results of the NFL Draft.

33) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Jacksonville): DE Logan Hall, Houston

34) Green Bay (from Detroit through Minnesota): WR Christian Watson, North Dakota State

35) Tennessee Titans (from New York Jets): CB Roger McCreary, Auburn

36) New York Jets (from New York Giants): RB Breece Hall, Iowa State

37) Houston Texans: S Jalen Pitre, Baylor

38) Atlanta Falcons (from Carolina Panthers through New York Jets and New York Giants): DE Arnold Ebiketie, Penn State

39) Chicago Bears: CB Kyler Gordon, Washington

40) Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos): OLB Boye Mafe, Minnesota

41) Seattle Seahawks: RB Ken Walker III, Michigan State

42) Minnesota Vikings (from Washington Commanders through Indianapolis Colts): CB Andrew Booth Jr., Clemson

43) New York Giants (from Atlanta Falcons): WR Wan’Dale Robinson, Kentucky

44) Houston Texans (from Cleveland Browns): WR Jon Metchie III, Alabama

45) Baltimore Ravens: LB David Ojabo, Michigan

46) Detroit Lions (from Minnesota Vikings): DE Josh Paschal, Kentucky

47) Washington Commanders (from Indianapolis Colts): DT Phidarian Mathis, Alabama

48) Chicago Bears (from Los Angeles Chargers): S Jaquan Brisker, Penn State

49) New Orleans Saints: S Alontae Taylor, Tennessee

50) New England Patriots (from Miami Dolphins through Kansas City Chiefs): WR Tyquan Thornton, Baylor

51) Philadelphia Eagles: C Cameron Jurgens, Nebraska

52) Pittsburgh Steelers: WR George Pickens, Georgia

53) Indianapolis Colts (from Las Vegas Raiders): WR Alec Pierce, Cincinnati

54) Kansas City Chiefs (from New England Patriots): WR Skyy Moore, Western Michigan

55) Arizona Cardinals: TE Trey McBride, Colorado State

56) Dallas Cowboys: LB Sam Williams, Ole Miss

57) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Buffalo Bills): OT Luke Goedeke, Central Michigan

58) Atlanta Falcons (from Tennessee Titans): LB Troy Anderson, Montana State

59) Minnesota Vikings (from Green Bay Packers): G Ed Ingram, LSU

60) Cincinnati Bengals (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers through Buffalo Bills): S Cam Taylor-Britt, Nebraska

61) San Francisco 49ers: LB Drake Jackson, USC

62) Kansas City Chiefs: S Bryan Cook, Cincinnati

63) Buffalo Bills: RB James Cook, Georgia

64) Denver Broncos (from Los Angeles Rams): LB Nik Bonitto, Oklahoma


Thursday, April 28

Round 1

The First Round of the NFL Draft is complete. The results of the draft are below. There were no Big 12 players selected in the first round.

1) Jacksonville Jaguars: DE/LB Travon Walker, Georgia

2) Detroit Lions: DE Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan

3) Houston Texans: CB Derek Stingley Jr., LSU

4) New York Jets: CB Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner, Cincinnati

5) New York Giants: DE Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon

6) Carolina Panthers: OL Ikem Ekwonu, NC State

7) New York Giants (from Chicago Bears): OT Evan Neal, Alabama

8) Atlanta Falcons: WR Drake London, USC

9) Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos): OT Charles Cross, Mississippi State

10) New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks): WR Garrett Wilson, Ohio State

11) New Orleans Saints (from Washington): WR Chris Olave, Ohio State

12) Detroit Lions (from Minnesota Vikings): WR Jameson Williams, Alabama

13) Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland Browns through Houston Texans): DT Jordan Davis, Georgia

14) Baltimore Ravens: DB Kyle Hamilton, Notre Dame

15) Houston Texans (from Miami Dolphins through Philadelphia Eagles): OG Kenyon Green, Texas A&M

16) Washington Commanders (from Indianapolis Colts through Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints): WR Jahan Doston, Penn State

17) Los Angeles Chargers: OL Zion Johnson, Boston College

18) Tennessee Titans (from New Orleans Saints through Philadelphia Eagles): WR Treylon Burks, Arkansas

19) New Orleans Saints (from Philadelphia Eagles): OT Trevor Penning, Northern Iowa

20) Pittsburgh Steelers: QB Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh

21) Kansas City Chiefs (from New England Patriots): CB Trent McDuffie, Washington

22) Green Bay Packers (from Las Vegas Raiders): LB Quay Walker, Georgia

23) Baltimore Ravens (from Arizona Cardinals): CB Kaiir Elam, Florida

24) Dallas Cowboys: OT Tyler Smith, Tulsa

25) Baltimore Ravens (from Buffalo Bills): C Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa

26) New York Jets (from Tennessee Titans): DE Jermaine Johnson II, Florida State

27) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): LB Devin Lloyd, Utah

28) Green Bay Packers: DT Devonte Wyatt, Georgia

29) New England Patriots (from San Francisco 49ers through Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs): Cole Strange, Chattanooga

30) Kansas City Chiefs: DE George Karlaftis, Purdue

31) Cincinnati Bengals: DB Daxton Hill, Michigan

32) Minnesota Vikings (from Los Angeles Rams through Detroit Lions): DB Lewis Cine, Georgia

Round 1, Pick 30: The Kansas City Chiefs made their second pick of the first round and took Purdue defensive end George Karlaftis.

The Chiefs traded up earlier in the draft to No. 21 overall and took cornerback Trent McDuffie.

Round 1, Pick 29: The New England Patriots were finally on the clock after their trade earlier in the first round, and they took Chattanooga offensive guard Cole Strange.

New England traded back with Kansas City, as the Chiefs moved up to No. 21.

Round 1, Pick 28: The Green Bay Packers made their second pick of the first round, taking Georgia defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt. Earlier, the Packers took Georgia linebacker Quay Walker.

Round 1, Pick 27: The Jacksonville Jaguars traded back into the first round with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to take Utah linebacker Devin Lloyd.

In return, the Buccaneers received Nos. 33, 106 and 180. So, Tampa Bay will have the first selection of the second round.

Round 1, Pick 26: The New York Jets selected Florida State defensive end Jermaine Johnson II at No. 26 overall.

It was the third pick for the Jets, who traded up to No. 26 with Tennessee. The Jets got No. 26 and 101 and the Titans got Nos. 35, 69 and 163

The Titans traded wide receiver A.J. Brown to Philadelphia for the No. 18 overall pick and took Arkansas wide receiver Treylon Burks.

Round 1, Pick 25: The Baltimore Ravens returned to the clock after their trade with Buffalo, which allowed the Bills to move up to No. 23. The Ravens took Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum.

Round 1, Pick 24: The Dallas Cowboys made their first pick of the draft, selecting Tulsa offensive lineman Tyler Smith. The Cowboys’ biggest move of the offseason was trading wide receiver Amari Cooper to Cleveland.

Round 1, Pick 23: The Buffalo Bills traded up to No. 23 overall to take Florida cornerback Kaiir Elam.

The Bills traded with Baltimore, which had the No. 23 pick after trading wide receiver Marquise Brown to Arizona.

Per Albert Breer, The Bills traded the 25th and 130th picks to Baltimore for the 23rd pick.

Round 1, Pick 22: The Green Bay Packers, trying to find a path forward without wide receiver Davante Adams, went for defense instead and selected Georgia linebacker Quay Walker.

Round 1, Pick 21: The Kansas City Chiefs moved up via trade with the New England Patriots to select Washington cornerback Trent McDuffie at No. 21.

The Chiefs gave up Nos. 29, 94 and 121 to move up to No. 21.

Round 1, Pick 20: The Pittsburgh Steelers, which saw long-time quarterback Ben Roethlisberger retire after last season, took Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett with their first-round pick. Mitchell Trubisky is seen as the odds-on passer to replace Roethlisberger in 2022.


Round 1, Pick 19: The New Orleans Saints made their second pick of the first round, as the Saints took Northern Iowa tackle Trevor Penning at No. 19. The Eagles took Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis at No. 13. Penning was the first FCS player taken in the draft.

Round 1, Pick 18: The Tennessee Titans selected Arkansas wide receiver Treylon Burks at No. 18 overall.

Right before the pick, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Eagles worked out a deal to get Tennessee wide receiver A.J. Brown. In that deal, the Titans got the No. 18 overall selection, along with the No. 101 overall pick.

Round 1, Pick 17: The Los Angeles Chargers came on the clock for their first selection of the draft and took Boston College guard Zion Johnson. He played both guard and tackle at BC.

Round 1, Pick 16: The Washington Commanders, after trading back with the New Orleans Saints, made its first draft selection under the ‘Commanders’ banner as they picked Penn State wide receiver Jahan Doston at No. 16 overall.

Round 1, Pick 15: The Texas A&M Aggies saw their first draft-eligible player go off the board to the Houston Texans, as they selected offensive lineman Kenyon Green, who is from nearby Humble, Texas.

Round 1, Pick 14: The Baltimore Ravens bucked the trend and decided not to trade their pick, selecting Notre Dame defensive back Kyle Hamilton at No. 14 overall. He played safety at Notre Dame, but he has experience in pass coverage.

Round 1, Pick 13: The Philadelphia Eagles took Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis at No. 13 overall.

The Eagles moved up to No. 13 in a trade with the Houston Texans, a pick the Texans acquired from the Cleveland Browns in the Deshaun Watson trade.

Per ESPN’s Field Yates:

The Eagles trade: Picks 15, 124, 162, 166; the Texans trade: pick 13.

Round 1, Pick 12: The Detroit Lions selected Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams at No. 12 overall, after the Lions made a deal to move up.

The Minnesota Vikings originally held the pick. The Vikings traded No. 12 and 46 overall to the Lions for the Nos. 32, 34 and 66 picks overall.

Round 1, Pick 11: The New Orleans Saints selected Ohio State wide receiver Chris Olave with the No. 11 overall pick.

The Saints moved up to No. 11 overall in a trade with the Washington Commanders. It was the first in-draft trade on Thursday night, and delayed Washington making its first pick under its new ‘Commanders’ banner.

Reportedly, the Commanders received three picks from the Saints: No. 16, No. 98 (3rd) and No. 120 (4th)


Round 1, Pick 10: The New York Jets made their second selection of the 2022 NFL Draft, taking Ohio State wide receiver Garrett Wilson No. 10 overall. The Jets earlier took Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner with the No. 4 overall pick. The Bearcats are playing in the American Athletic Conference next season, and hoping to move to the Big 12 Conference in 2023-24.

Round 1, Pick 9: The Seattle Seahawks are preparing for life without Russell Wilson, as the Seahawks traded him to Denver. With the No. 9 pick, which Seattle got from Denver, the Seahawks took Mississippi State offensive tackle Charles Cross.

Round 1, Pick 8: The Atlanta Falcons made their first pick in the post-Matt Ryan era, as they selected wide receiver Drake London out of USC with the No. 8 overall pick. London figures to be an immediate contributor in the wake of Calvin Ridley’s suspension.

Round 1, Pick 7: The New York Giants became the first team to select twice in the first round on Thursday, as they took Alabama offensive tackle Evan Neal at No. 7 overall. The Giants took Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux with the No. 5 overall pick.

Round 1, Pick 6: The Carolina Panthers, coached by former Baylor head coach Matt Rhule, selected North Carolina State offensive lineman Ikem Ekwonu with the No. 6 overall pick. It will be on the rookie to help protect returning quarterback Sam Darnold.

Round 1, Pick 5: The New York Giants made their first pick of the 2022 NFL Draft at No. 5 overall, taking Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux. The Giants have the No. 7 overall pick, too, the result of a trade with the Chicago Bears.

Round 1, Pick 4: The New York Jets, making the first of their two first-round picks on Thursday, selected Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner with the No. 4 overall pick. It was the second straight cornerback that went off the board. The Jets have another pick at No. 10.

It was the second time that four defensive players were the first four picks in the draft. The other time it happened was in 1991.

Round 1, Pick 3: The Houston Texans selected LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr., a player that could make an impact on the Texans’ secondary immediately.

Round 1, Pick 2: The Detroit Lions had the second pick in the NFL Draft and took nearby Michigan product Aidan Hutchinson, a player some considered to be the No. 1 overall prospect on the board, including ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr.

Hutchinson fell to the Lions because the Jacksonville Jaguars took Georgia linebacker Travon Walker at No. 1 overall.

Round 1, Pick 1: The Jacksonville Jaguars had the first pick of the NFL Draft on Thursday night and selected Georgia linebacker Travon Walker. The Jaguars will likely put him on the edge exclusively in the NFL after spending time splitting between the inside and the outside with the Bulldogs.


1:52 p.m.: The Houston Texans have second-quarterback Davis Mills, but they could be pursuing a potential veteran option either during this weekend’s draft, or after the draft, one of which is a former Big 12 player.

Baker Mayfield, who appears to be out of a job in Cleveland, is one of two veteran quarterbacks the Texans could be chasing, per several reports leading up to Thursday’s first round.

There would certainly be some irony there, as the Texans are the ones that put Mayfield’s time in Cleveland on the ropes by trading their starter, Deshaun Watson, to the Browns last month.

Mayfield was at Oklahoma’s spring game last weekend, where his statue was unveiled and will be installed among his fellow Heisman winners around Memorial Stadium. But, if the Texans get their way, Mayfield could be playing closer to home.

Of course, had the Texans wanted Mayfield in the first place, they could have asked for the former Sooners to be included in the trade for Watson. That’s why the report also cites the Texans have interest in 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, and that both the Carolina Panthers and the Seattle Seahawks still have interest in both quarterbacks.

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