With Super Bowl LVI in the books, the draft order is finalized. Los Angeles beat out the Bengals 23-20, but the Rams have paid the price, sacrificing their future. The Rams won’t pick until the fifth round in the 2022 NFL Draft. Furthermore, they will not have another first round pick until at least 2024 from acquiring Stafford. On April 28th the NFL Draft will commence, but until then get the best betting offers for the NBA, College Basketball, & Winter Olympics with MaximBet.
NFL teams are allowed to resign their own players March 14th-16th. While, free agency will begin March 16th. This means team needs will change from now until then. However, an early look will help us win prop bets later.
The Jaguars will get the first overall pick, again. No more Urban Meyer, this time with Doug Pederson. Jacksonville went with QB Trevor Lawrence last year at number one. This year expect the Jags to go either offensive line or defensive line.
Their biggest need is to protect their quarterback, so the obvious choice is tackle Evan Neal out of Alabama. However, Thibodeux (Oregon) & Hutchinson (Michigan) are two of the best edge rushers in recent drafts. There is always a chance Jacksonville trades down for more picks since they have so many needs. If that were the case, expect either of the two edge rushers to go number one.
1. OL Evan Neal, BAMA
33. LB Arnold Ebiketie, Penn State
2. DL Kayvon Thibodeux, Oregon
32. CB Daxton Hill, Michigan
34. LB Devin Lloyd, Utah
3. DL Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan
37. WR David Bell, Purdue
4. S Kyle Hamilton, Notre Dame
10. LB David Ojabo, Michigan
35. G Ed Ingram, LSU
38. TE Trey McBride, Colorado State
5. QB Kyle Pickett, Pittsburgh
7. OL Ikem Ekwonu, NC State
6. QB Matt Corral, Ole Miss
8. DL George Karlaftis, Purdue
43. CB Kaiir Elam, Florida
58. WR Zay Flowers, Boston College
9. QB Malik Willis, Liberty
40. OL Berhnard Raimann, Central Michigan
64. S Jaquan Brisker, Penn State
11. WR Garrett Wilson, Ohio State
42. OL Daniel Faalele, Minnesota
12. CB Derek Stingley, LSU
46. LB Travon Walker, Georgia
13. WR Drake London, Southern California
44. LB Zachary McClain, Auburn
14. C Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa
45. DL Cameron Thomas, San Diego State
15. LB Damone Clark, LSU
16. WR Jameson Williams, BAMA
18. CB Trent McDuffie, Washington
51. OL Zach Tom, Wake Forest
17. DL Drake Jackson, Southern California
48. WR Alec Pierce, Cincinnati
18. WR Treylon Burks, Arkansas
49. LB Brandon Smith, Penn State
20. QB Sam Howell, North Carolina
52. OL Jaxon Kirkland, Washington
21. LB Christian Harris, BAMA
54. WR Jahan Dotson, Penn State
22. DL Jordan Davis, Georgia
53. CB Alontae Taylor, Tennessee
23. CB Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, Cincinnati
55. DL Perrion Winfrey, Oklahoma
24. OL Kenyon Green, Texas A&M
56. DL Logan Hall, Houston
25. OL Charles Cross, Mississippi State
57. DL DeMarvin Leal, Texas A&M
26. WR Wan’Dale Robinson, Kentucky
27. DL Jermaine Johnson III, Florida State
60. RB Isiah Spiller, Texas A&M
28. WR Chris Olave, Ohio State
59. LB Quay Walker, Georgia
29. OL Trevor Penning, Northern Iowa
50. RB Brian Robinson Jr., BAMA
30. WR George Pickens, Georgia
62. CB Andrew Booth, Clemson
31. OL Nick Petit-Fiere, Ohio State
63. S Bryan Cook, Cincinnati
38. OL Zion Johnson, Boston College
40. QB Carson Strong, Nevada
46. OL Tyler Smith, Tulsa
61. CB Akayleb Evans, Missouri
160+ OL J’Atyre Carter, Southern
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