Defensive Tackle Rankings 2022 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 - Defensive Tackle

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

Jordan
Davis

DT
PHI   Mascot
PHI Mascot
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...
2

DeMarvin
Leal

DT
PIT   Mascot
PIT Mascot
290lbs 6-4 5.00 11 51.1
88.1
Leal is a difficult player to scout - he no doubt has good athletic ability, good size, elite arm length with impressive strength,...
3

Devonte
Wyatt

DT
GB   Mascot
GB Mascot
307lbs 6-3 4.77 8 29.6
87.3
Devonte Wyatt has become an important part of the best defense in college football during 2021 and is an excellent pro prospect. H...
4

Phidarian
Mathis

DT
WSH   Mascot
WSH Mascot
313lbs 6-4 5.22 18 65.7
85.4
Mathis has become an impressive leader on the field for Alabama as a senior and has increased his draft stock significantly. He's ...
5

Perrion
Winfrey

DT
CLE   Mascot
CLE Mascot
303lbs 6-4 4.89 15 59.8
84.8
There is no doubt that Winfrey has an NFL skill set with his athletic ability, and he has the potential to be a three-down starter...
6

Travis
Jones

DT
BAL   Mascot
BAL Mascot
326lbs 6-4 4.92 13 49.7
83.9
Travis Jones is a traditional nose tackle who is an outstanding run defender/stuffer but who doesn't offer a lot as a pass rusher....
8

Neil
Farrell Jr.

DT
LV   Mascot
LV Mascot
325lbs 6-4 5.41 25 123.5
81.5
Farrel is a traditional nose tackle with great overall size and very good power. He also regularly draws double teams and is a maj...
7

Haskell
Garrett

DT
Ohio State   Mascot
Ohio State Mascot
298lbs 6-2 5.07 29 167.8
81.5
Strengths Lower than offensive lineman on every short-yardage play. Good agility and ability to change direction for his size.Stro...
9

Zachary
Carter

DT
CIN   Mascot
CIN Mascot
287lbs 6-4 4.99 22 112
80.9
Zachary Carter is a decent pro prospect who offers a high floor and a limited ceiling. He is a good but not a great athlete who...
10

Thomas
Booker

DT
HOU   Mascot
HOU Mascot
310lbs 6-4 4.94 33 186.2
79.0
Strengths Played with good leverage, even on the nose, despite average bulk. Hustle defender with a good bull rush inside that can...
12

Otito
Ogbonnia

DT
LAC   Mascot
LAC Mascot
326lbs 6-4 5.31 30 161.2
78.4
Strengths Strong tackler. Has good power in hands and can anchor, shed, and chase.Has the ability to create a pile in the middle, ...
11

LaBryan
Ray

DT
Alabama   Mascot
Alabama Mascot
283lbs 6-5 4.99 47 293
78.4
Strengths Delivers a strong punch and uses his hands to shed blocks to make plays in the hole or outside the box. Uses lower-body ...

2022 NFL Draft Athleticism Chart - Defensive Line

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 - Defensive Line

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.