Cody Carpentier’s 2022 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

by Cody Carpentier · NFL Draft

The PlayerProfiler and RotoUnderworld maestro of opportunities, head game analyst, and NFL draft analyst Cody Carpentier is back with the 2.0 version of his 2022 NFL Mock Draft to update movement from the College Football regular season to get you ready for Bowl Season. In 2021, Cody predicted 8 of 32 picks in Round 1 of the 2021 NFL Draft and looks to return and improve even more in 2022. Look for more Mock Drafts in the Dynasty Deluxe section under NFL Draft Index. Aside from NFL Mock Draft Data, you can find 2022 Rookie Mock Draft ADP (SuperFlex and 1QB) as well as Dynasty Mock Draft ADP (SuperFlex and 1QB), a Dynasty League Trade Finder App, Rankings, Trade Analyzer, and the Brand New Dynasty Dominator Reloaded.

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Round 1 (Pick 1-32)

No. 1 –┬á Detroit Lions – Aidan Hutchinson – EDGE – Michigan

notes: Dan Campbell vouches for the Hometown kid, because… Culture

No. 2 – Jacksonville Jaguars – Kayvon Thibodeaux – EDGE – Oregon

No. 3 – Houston Texans – Evan Neal – OT – Alabama

No. 4 – New York Jets – George Karlaftis – EDGE – Purdue

No. 5 – New York Jets – Kyle Hamilton – S – Notre Dame

notes: Robert Salah gets his alpha safety at pick no.5 and Nick Bosa east coast with pick no. 4.

No. 6 – New York Giants – Tyler Linderbaum – OL – Iowa

No. 7 – New York Giants – Trevor Penning – OT – Northern Iowa

notes: Possibly the most underrated lineman in the entire NFL Draft… until the Senior Bowl, give it time.

No. 8 – Atlanta Falcons – Derek Stingley Jr. – CB – LSU

No. 9 – Carolina Panthers – Matt Corral – QB – Ole Miss

notes: Carolina was picking at 19 in mock 1.0, I think the Panthers have to take quarterback after the 2020-21 debacle.

No. 10 – Minnesota Vikings – Kenyon Green – OL – Texas A&M

No. 11 – New Orleans Saints – Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner – CB – Cincinnati

No. 12 – Philadelphia Eagles – Devin Lloyd – LB – Utah

No. 13 – Philadelphia Eagles – Andrew Booth – CB – Clemson

No. 14 – Denver Broncos – Jordan Davis – DT – Georgia

notes: The run-stopping monster has led the Georgia Bulldogs dominant defense all season.

No. 15 – Las Vegas Raiders – Charles Cross – OT – Mississippi State

No. 16 – Cleveland Browns –┬áChris Olave – WR – Ohio State

No. 17 – Philadelphia Eagles – Treylon Burks – WR – Arkansas

No. 18 – Pittsburgh Steelers – Kenny Pickett – QB – Pittsburgh

notes: The Heisman Trophy finalist helped the Pittsburgh Panthers to an ACC Championship. Why not fill in for Big Ben and stay in the Burgh.

No. 19 – Miami Dolphins – David Ojabo – EDGE – Michigan

No. 20 – Washington Football Team – Malik Willis – QB – Liberty

No. 21 – Cincinnati Bengals – Ikem Ekwonu – OL – NC State

No. 22 – Los Angeles Chargers – Darian Kinnard – OT – Kentucky

No. 23 – Buffalo Bills – DeMarvin Leal – DL – Texas A&M

No. 24 – Detroit Lions – Garrett Wilson – WR – Ohio State

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No. 25 – Dallas Cowboys – Kaiir Elam – CB – Florida

No. 26 – Kansas City Chiefs – Jameson Williams – WR – Alabama

notes: no need to elaborate… Mecole Hardman is bad and they need a no.3 option.

No. 27 – Baltimore Ravens – Nakobe Dean – LB – Georgia

No. 28 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Roger McCreary – CB – Auburn

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No. 29 – Tennessee Titans – Drake London – WR – USC

No. 30 – Green Bay Packers – Jahan Dotson – WR – Penn State

No. 31 – New England Patriots – Derion Kendrick – CB – Georgia

No. 32 – Arizona Cardinals – Jaxson Kirkland – OT – Washington

Round 2 (Pick 33-64)

No. 33 – Detroit Lions – Jermaine Johnson – EDGE – Florida State

No. 34 – Houston Texans – Trent McDuffie – CB – Washington

No. 35 – Jacksonville Jaguars – Nicholas Petit-Frere – OT – Ohio State

No. 36 – New York Jets – Sean Rhyan – OT – UCLA

No. 37 – Chicago Bears – George Pickens – WR – Georgia

No. 38 – New York Giants – Travon Walker – DL – Georgia

No. 39 – Seattle Seahawks – Drake Jackson – EDGE – USC

No. 40 – New York Jets – David Bell – WR – Purdue

No. 41 – Minnesota Vikings – Brandon Smith – LB – Penn State

No. 42 – New Orleans Saints – Daxton Hill – S – Michigan

No. 43 – Atlanta Falcons – Sam Howell – QB – North Carolina

No. 44 – Philadelphia Eagles – Christian Harris – LB – Alabama

No. 45 – Miami Dolphins – Daniel Faalele – OT – Minnesota

No. 46 – Las Vegas Raiders – Henry To’oto’o – LB – Alabama

No. 47 – Cleveland Browns – Bernhard Raimann – OT – Central Michigan

No. 48 – Denver Broncos –┬áCarson Strong – QB – Nevada

No. 49 – Indianapolis Colts – Zion Nelson – OT – Miami

No. 50 – Pittsburgh Steelers – Zion Johnson – OT – Boston College

No. 51 – Washington – Martin Emerson – CB – Mississippi State

No. 52 – San Francisco 49ers – Mykael Wright – CB – Oregon

No. 53 – Los Angeles Chargers -Kingsley Enagbare – EDGE – South Carolina

No. 54 – Cincinnati Bengals – Josh Jobe – CB – Alabama

No. 55 – Buffalo Bills – Kenneth Walker – RB – Michigan State

No. 56 – Denver Broncos – Abraham Lucas – OT – Washington State

No. 57 – Kansas City Chiefs – Myjai Sanders – EDGE – Cincinnati

No. 58 – Baltimore Ravens – Jaquan Brisker – S – Penn State

No. 59 – Dallas Cowboys – Jalen Wydermyer – TE – Texas A&M

No. 60 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Perrion Winfrey – DL – Oklahoma

No. 61 – Atlanta Falcons – Breece Hall – RB – Iowa State

No. 62 – Green Bay Packers – Kyler Gordon – CB – Washington

No. 63 – New England Patriots – Jordan Battle – S – Alabama

No. 64 – Arizona Cardinals – Tariq Woolen – CB – UTSA