2022 Mock NFL Draft Tracker 7.0


Bruce Feldman of The Athletic

The choice provided in No. 12: Jermaine Johnson II, Edge Rusher, Florida State

If Stingley is still available, I think Minnesota takes him. But with him gone, I’m not sure the Vikings would jump for Trent McDuffie or Kyler Gordon, two excellent Washington corners. Johnson feels good here. The old Georgia Bulldog [and Eden Prairie Eagle] missed making a national title team in 2021, but his move to FSU worked for him; he won ACC Defensive Player of the Year honors after making 70 tackles, 18 TFLs, and 12 sacks. At 6-foot-5 and 254 pounds, Johnson clocked 4.58 [in the 40-yard dash] in Indianapolis and wide jump 10-5. Excellent numbers for a top guy who has posted a lot of production.

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Anthony Treash of Pro Football Focus (two rounds)

The choice provided in No. 12: Trent McDuffie, cornerback, Washington

A season ago, Vikings outside cornerbacks gave up the third-most league-wide yards (1,802) while tying for the third-fewest plays on the ball (18). And so far, they have done nothing to meet this need. Enter Trent McDuffie, who earned a PFF rating of over 80.0 as a true Washington freshman, sophomore, and junior.

The 5-foot-11, 193-pound corner allowed just 111 yards on 296 cover snaps in 2021. He’s a fantastic area coverage corner, and his awareness, athleticism, physique and tackling ability will do him a problem for any overtaking infraction. .

The choice provided for in No. 46: Jamaree Salyer, offensive line, Georgia

Salyer has experience playing in all five spots along the offensive line and showcased quality pass protection regardless of position as he allowed just 14 pressures on 794 pass block snaps in career.

The 6-foot-3, 321-pound Georgian product is powerful in his punching and brings a physical presence to the running game. Still, it will likely be restricted indoors due to sporting limitations.

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