Overall Rankings2022 NFL DRAFT

YOUR NFL GM VS. AUTODRAFT

Ever wondered what would happen if your favorite team just went into the draft without doing any independent research, without studying hours of tape, or even listening to team scouts? Well, after many years of watching NFL teams making numerous questionable ‘reaches’ in the draft, and totally ignoring the prevailing wisdom - we decided to re-examine all your team’s drafts over the last ten years.
The results are (sometimes) interesting – but what it really does show, is that on the whole - NFL teams would have done better by putting their feet up and just switching on autodraft.
Take a look, we have every team's draft since 2011 rated.

Player Rankings - Overall

# Player Pos Team Weight Height 40YD AVG POS RANK AVG OVR RANK Rating Summary
1

Evan
Neal

OT
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350lbs 6-7 5.37 1 3.9
95.0
Neal is the consensus #1 tackle in the 2022 NFL Draft and is viewed as an almost can't miss prospect by most scouts. He is an am...
2

Aidan
Hutchinson

DE/ED
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265lbs 6-6 4.74 1 2.7
94.8
Hutchinson has been the most dominating pass-rusher in college football during the 2021 season and easily outperformed the presump...
3

Kayvon
Thibodeaux

DE/ED
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258lbs 6-5 4.58 2 4.1
93.7
Thibodeaux has out-of-this-world athletic ability and as a result, is in the running for being the top pick in the 2022 NFL Draft...
4

Garrett
Wilson

WR
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188lbs 6-0 4.38 1 12.6
93.1
Garret Wilson will be an excellent pro - he has elite 4.38 speed, good hands, runs perfect routes, and is a hard worker who gives ...
5

Ahmad
Gardner

CB
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200lbs 6-3 4.41 2 6
92.9
Gardner is an athletic lanky press corner who's a throwback type player who can get in a receiver's face and dominate. He hasn't s...
6

Derek
Stingley Jr....

CB
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195lbs 6-1 4.29 3 8.3
92.7
The supremely athletically gifted and talented Stingley has established himself as the best cornerback in college football and wil...
7

George
Karlaftis

DE/ED
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275lbs 6-4 4.77 4 15.9
91.9
George Karlaftis is a freakish athlete with an elite massive frame and is a natural dominating pass rusher. He has everything you...
9

Charles
Cross

OT
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310lbs 6-5 4.95 3 11.4
91.6
Cross has elite potential as a pass protector and is probably the best in the entire 2022 draft class in this category. However, h...
8

Kyle
Hamilton

FS
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220lbs 6-4 4.59 1 4.8
91.6
Kyle Hamilton can do it all -- he has the perfect size and agility for the position combined with nice coverage skills, hard tack...
10

Jordan
Davis

DT
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341lbs 6-6 4.78 5 15.5
91.1
Davis surprisingly gave up the chance to enter the 2021 NFL Draft, but given his impressive play of late, it looks like to have be...
11

Jameson
Williams

WR
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189lbs 6-2 4.25 2 15.9
91.0
2021 was a spectacular year for Jameson Williams where he exploded into the national attention. He's emerged as the premier deep t...
12

Trent
McDuffie

CB
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195lbs 5-11 4.44 4 21.9
90.9
McDuffie doesn't have the perfect size for the cornerback position when compared to others in the class such as Derek Stingley, ho...

2022 NFL Draft Athleticism Chart - ALL

We've compared players post combine 40 times and weight and charted them on the scatter chart below. You'll find the 40 time on the Y-axis and on the X-axis the weight in pounds.
The exceptional athletic freaks (determined by the combination of speed vs weight) will be found at the top right of the chart while the less impressive athletes will be sitting towards the bottom left.

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2022 NFL Draft Athleticism Chart - ALL

We've compared players 40 times and weight and charted them on the scatter chart below. You'll find the 40 time on the Y-axis and on the X-axis the weight in pounds.
The exceptional athletic freaks (determined by the combination of speed vs weight) will be found at the top right of the chart while the less impressive athletes will be sitting towards the bottom left.

Check back after the combine as these numbers are likely to change.