May 23, 2022

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This is what happened minute by minute in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft

Discover interesting, interesting, revealing facts about NFL teams’ players in the draft

First round Draft 2022 Of NFL Torn Las Vegas, Nevada7 p.m. Mexico, And rounds 2-7 will continue between Friday and Saturday. Eight teams will come to the event without a turn in the first round.

32. Louis Cinema, Georgia, s

  • Georgia was the first school in NFL draft history to select five defenders in the first round in a single year.

  • The Vikings last year allowed 11 players to hold 100 passing yards, the most in the NFL.

  • Defender of the National Championship Game vs. Alabama (6.0 tackles, two pass breaks, allowing two completions of 5 yards as primary coverage player)

31. Doxton Hill, Mich., S

  • The Bengals allowed a third-highest pass completion mark on the vertical last season.

  • The Bengals have taken four first-round defenders since 2009, all of whom are deep; Before today, they had taken five attacks in the first round

30. George Carlaoftis, Burdo, DE

  • 13.7% pressure in 2021, the 2nd best in the Big 10 after Aidan Hutchinson

  • 98 Persons since the beginning of 2019, 2nd best behind Aidan Hutchinson (113) in Pitt Ten; According to Sports Info Solutions (4th best in the Big 10) for a loss of 25.5 kJ from 2019

29. Cole Strange, Chattanooga, G

28. Devonte Wyatt, Georgia, DT

  • The Packers are the 7th team to take two players from the same school in the first round; The first team to pick two defenders from the same school during the Common Draft era

  • With Wyatt to the Packers, there are 4 first-round players in Georgia, most of them in the Common Draft era

27. Devin Lloyd, Utah, LP

  • 8.0 sacs (2nd in Pac-12) and 4 interruptions in 2021; The first FBS player had at least 8 sacks and 4 ints. One season since 2013 (James Morris of Iowa)

  • This is the third straight draft in which the Jaguars have won several first-round selections.

26. Jermaine Johnson II, Florida State, DE

Based on our rankings, there are jets:

  • No. 1 Recipient (Gareth Wilson, Rating 93)

  • For Cornerback No. 1 (Sauce Gardner, 93)

  • Towards the end of the fourth defense (Jermaine Johnson II, 92)

25. Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa, c

  • Lamar Jackson has been hit 16 times in a single game last year, the most by any QB in the last 15 years.

  • Allowed three excuses in his career, allowing pressure in his 1.1% volumes (according to Sports Information Solutions)

24.Tyler Smith, Tulsa, OT

  • Smith allowed 7 stresses out of 824 life volumes in Tulsa (0.8% of the time); He allowed only two excuses in his career, both last season

  • The Cowboys were 23rd in the Black wins last year and have lost two offensive line openers (Loyal Collins and Connor Williams) this offseason.

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23. Coir Elam, Ph.D., BC

  • Has allowed 35.3% completion percentage as primary defender in coverage over the past two seasons, 4th best on FBS

  • The Bills have selected one of six defenders in their last 7 first rounds.

  • The last 2 defenders selected by Bills in the first round were Tre’Davious White and Stephon Gilmore. Both were 1st-team AP All-pro in their careers

22. Quay Walker, Georgia, LP

  • Bakers allowed third-highest yards per car last season (4.7)

  • Walker is the third player to be selected from Georgia so far, adding the most players from the school taken in the first round (2018) of the draft.

21. Trent McDuffie, Washington, BC

  • When McDuffie was the primary defender at coverage in 2021 the opposing QBs averaged 3.8 yards per attempt (best on Pac-12 and 4th best rated player on FBS)

  • Leaders allowed 28 completions for at least 20 yards last season, 24th in the NFL

20. Kenny Pickett, Pitt, QB

  • This is the longest wait for a quarterback selection since 1997 (Jim Truckenmiller, 26th overall for 49 players).

  • Pickett had at least 200 passing yards and several touchdown passes per game last season (13), with only Western Kentucky’s Bailey Chappey (14) having the most on FBS.

  • The Steelers join Ben Rothlisberger, Mark Malone and Terry Bradshaw as first-round QBs

19. Trevor Penning, North Iowa, OT

  • Penning was the first player from Northern Iowa to be selected in the first round of the draft since the start of the Common Draft era in 1967; Brad Meister, who finished 60th for the Jaguars in 2000, has previously been named the highest-ranking UNI player.

  • In the NFL, Penning rushed 4.89 for 40 yards

18. Drylan Burkes, Arkansas, WR

  • This is the first time in the Common Draft era that 6 white receivers have been selected from the top 20 overall.

  • Bergs has 996 receiving yards from 2020 (third-highest on FBS in that interval)

17. Zion Johnson, Boston College, g.

16. Johann Dodson, Ben State, WR

  • This is the fourth time Ben State has sent a white receiver in the first round, and the first time since 2003 (Bryant Johnson).

  • Jahan Dodson has had 25 passing touchdowns in the last 3 seasons – the second highest in the Big Ten at that interval

15. Kenyon Green, Texas A&M, G

  • Green is the only player to have at least 75 photos of the left tackle, left guard, right guard and right tackle on FBS in 2021.

  • For the first time the Texans have picked a player from Texans A&M in the first four rounds

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14. Kyle Hamilton, Notre Dame, s

  • The Ravens dropped four quarterbacks from 400 yards last season, the highest in NFL history.

  • Notre Dame last chose a defense in the first round in 2012, when Harrison Smith was drafted by the Vikings on the 29th.

13. Jordan Davis, Georgia, DD

  • The Eagles took the first DT of 2022, allowing a third-few rushing yards before making contact last season (2.3).

  • He was the first DD Davis to take the Eagles in the first round (12th) after Fletcher Cox in 2012.

12. Jameson Williams, Alabama, WR

  • Eight touchdowns of 50 or more yards by 2021, the maximum in a single season by the FBS player in the last 15 seasons.

  • This is the first time in the Common Draft era (since 1967) that four white receivers have been selected in the first 12 elections.

11. Chris Olav, Ohio State, WR

  • The second Ohio State White Receiver to be taken by the Saints in the history of the Chris Olav Draft was the other in 2016, Michael Thomas.

  • Ohio received 35 touchdowns in 4 seasons (2018-21), ranking second on FBS over the same period.

  • Since 2013, a QB has not been in the top 10

  • Washington and the Saints traded first-round picks only once during the Common Draft era – Ricky Williams in 1999

10. Garrett Wilson, Ohio State, WR

  • Wilson was the first round Jets White receiver after Santana Moss in 2001

  • The Jets were the 2nd team to select the wide receiver and cornerback in the top 10 selections in a single year during the generic draft era. Others were riders in 1988

9. Charles Cross, Mississippi State, OT

  • According to Sports Info Solutions (6 permissions allowed – only one excuse – 683 blocks) the cross-permissible pressure in his Play Pass blogging in 2021 was 0.7 percent.

  • The Seahawks allowed too much pressure on the NFL last season

8. Drake London, USC, WR

  • Falcons Receivers Fourth-Stumbled Receiving Corps (4.7), along with the best receiving yards (1,736) last season

  • This off-season, the Falcons lost the top receiver last season (Russell Cage) and Calvin Ridley, the 2018 first-round pick, was suspended for the entire season.

  • Drake London is the 5th White Receiver to be selected by the Falcons in the first round since 2004 and is also heavily integrated into the NFL.

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7. Evan Neil, Alabama, OT

  • The Giants have selected an attacking player in the first round for the sixth consecutive year (2017-2022). They last did so from 1987-1992.

  • According to Sports Info Solutions Neil allowed only one excuse in 2021, and it was in the game’s final title in the national title game against Georgia.

6. Ikem Ekwonu, NC State, OT

  • The Panthers finished 28th in the NFL Pass Black’s Rate last season (85%).

  • Ikem Ekwonu was the first attacking lineman to be selected in the first round by the Panthers after Jeff Otta in 2008, which overcame the current long drought without an attacking lineman drafted in the NFL.

5. Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon, DE

  • This was the Giants’ first defensive decision in the first round since Jason Pierre-Paul in 2010.

  • The Giants have failed to press a quarterback in the last two seasons. They broke the block in 3.5 seconds at 33.5% last season, the 3rd worst in the NFL. A year ago, the pass rush rate was 31.1%, the worst in the league.

4. Ahmed “Willow” Gardner, Cincinnati, BC

  • With Choice 4, Gardner is now Cincinnati’s best draftsman

  • This is the first time during the general draft period that 2 cornerbacks have been selected from the first four exams.

3. Derek Stingley Jr., LSU, CB

  • The Texans allowed the second highest number of yards in a game last season and were 29th for a pass attempt allowed. Houston Cornerbacks 8.3 yards per attempt, 4th worst according to NFL Next General figures

  • Fifth LSU player selected in the top five in the draft (2nd in the last 3 drafts – 1st place with Cincinnati in Joe Burrow 2020)

2. Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan, DE

  • Aidan was the second defensive player to be selected from the top five options in draft history. The other is Hall of Fame player Charles Woodson (4th overall in 1998).

  • The Lions have finished the last five seasons with a brisk percentage in each of the last six seasons. Last season they were 29th in quickest percentage and 30th in sacks.

1. Travan Walker, Georgia, DE

  • One player from Georgia was selected first overall for the 2nd time (the other was Matthew Stafford for Detroit in 2009).

  • In the last two years, the Jaguars have had 50 sacks, second-lowest in the league (Falcons, 47)