Apr 27, 2022 at 8:54pm CST by Sam Robinson
although Planes It is reported that she had a fruitful visit with kefon tebodoit looks like they wouldn’t draft the Oregon-developed pass if he was on the board at No. 4. Questions about Thibodeaux’s suitability to the rebuilding team culture led to GM anticipating Joe Douglas To pass, notes Brian Costello of the New York Post. Thibodeaux might be the player most discussed in this draft, given his talent along with the situation and effort concerns that plagued him during the run-up to the draft. The Jets were recently linked to the Florida State Edge Pistol Jermaine Johnson, a player they are believed to prefer over Thibodeaux even though the latter was given higher scores by most experts. Johnson made a fuss about becoming a top-10 pick, which would put the Jets fourth. Georgia transfers may not be available when the planes choose again (assuming they’re not trading for a wide receiver) at no. .10.
On the eve of the draft, here’s the latest headline at the 2022 event:
- Another player on the top five radar, Evan Neal He is not thought to have been given a clean bill of health by every team. Hip and knee problems have put some teams off, notes Albert Breer of SI.com. This could see the Alabama producer, depending on where the teams stand in the top 10 here, lag behind colleagues from high-end processing prospects like Akim Ikuno And Charles Cross. Neal’s camp has backed out, and Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio adds that the top-level prospect has not been asked to return to Indianapolis for a medical re-examination for the Combine. Neil did not miss a game last season.
- Jerry Jones He said recently that he is ready to trade from number 24. How far? The Cowboys You may be ready to part with a high-profile venture capital project, NFL.com’s Jen Slater points to Cross, Northern Iowa tackle Trevor Benning USC . Wide Receiver Drake London They are names to watch as Dallas moves up. Kroos and London are mentioned frequently in the top 10 picks, while Penning has his share of fans as well. Depending on the goals listed here, the Cowboys will likely need to put in a strong showing. It would be very expensive for the Cowboys to move into or near the top ten, but they were eyeing the O-linemen. Dallas holds one selection each in the second and third rounds.
- On the topic of moves, which is often mentioned in the days leading up to the draft, teams contacted giants About the #7 pick overall, ESPN.com’s Jeremy Fowler Tweets. The Seahawks One of them, and he has shown an interest in going from 9 to 7. Seattle is often traded in the first round under John Schneideralthough the team hasn’t enjoyed the top 10 real estate since Schneider and Carol’s houseFirst draft together (2010). Having the needs in several locations, the giants have been tied up using their pick number 5 and trading from 7.
- Texas GM Nick Caserio He said Wednesday that there is a 99% chance his team will stay in third and make the selection, but that the team is more open to a move at 13 – the selection obtained via Deshaun Watson trade. For the second year, GM spoke with at least six teams about option 13, according to Jim Trotter of NFL.com (Twitter). Link). Fowler adds that many teams see first-round deals are more likely to happen after the top 10.