2022 NFL Draft Profiles

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LWOS brings you a decade of experience covering the NFL Draft, with exclusive 2022 NFL Draft profiles, rankings, mock drafts, and news.

It’s almost time for the highlight of every NFL off-season: the Draft. Starting on April 28, the 2022 NFL Draft will again be a three-day event that changes lives. The league’s 32 teams will give hundreds of young men the chance to realize their dreams of embarking upon a professional football career. It’s the culmination of a lengthy process that involves an extensive amount of evaluation when it comes to these players’ ability to contribute at the next level.

In that spirit, the draft analysts at Last Word on Pro Football have been hard at work breaking down the skillsets of this year’s group of 2022 NFL Draft prospects. The fruit of that labor is our draft headquarters right here. It’s your one-stop shop for familiarizing yourself with the players who will look to become instant impact rookies.

Be sure to check back here often as this page will continue to grow as the 2022 NFL Draft approaches.

Note: All prospects are listed alphabetically by last name and sorted by position.

Last Word on Pro Football 2022 NFL Draft Profiles

2022 Quarterbacks

Jack Coan – Notre Dame
Matt Corral – Ole Miss
Tre Ford – University of Waterloo
Sam Howell – North Carolina
Kenny Pickett – Pittsburgh
Desmond Ridder – Cincinnati
Carson Strong – Nevada
Malik Willis – Liberty
Bailey Zappe – Western Kentucky

2022 Running Backs

Tyler Allgeier – BYU
Kennedy Brooks – Oklahoma
James Cook – Georgia
Jerome Ford – Cincinnati
Breece Hall – Iowa State
Zonovan Knight – NC State
Dameon Pierce – Florida
Brian Robinson – Alabama
Abram Smith – Baylor
Isaiah Spiller – Texas A&M
Pierre Strong – South Dakota State
Kenneth Walker – Michigan State
Rachaad White – Arizona State
Zamir White – Georgia
ZaQuandre White – South Carolina
Kyren Williams – Notre Dame

2022 Wide Receivers

Calvin Austin – Memphis
David Bell – Purdue
Treylon Burks – Arkansas
Jahan Dotson – Penn State
Romeo Doubs – Nevada
Dontario Drummond – Ole Miss
Caleb Eagans – East Texas Baptist
Drake London – USC
John Metchie – Alabama
Skyy Moore – Western Michigan
Chris Olave – Ohio State
Kyle Philips – UCLA
George Pickens – Georgia
Alec Pierce – Cincinnati
Wan’Dale Robinson – Kentucky
Justyn Ross – Clemson
Khalil Shakir – Boise State
Jalen Tolbert – South Alabama
Tre Turner – Virginia Tech
Christian Watson – North Dakota St.
Jameson Williams – Alabama
Garrett Wilson – Ohio State

2022 Tight Ends

Greg Dulcich – UCLA
Charlie Kolar – Iowa State
Isaiah Likely – Coastal Carolina
Trey McBride – Colorado State
Cade Otton – Washington
Jeremy Ruckert – Ohio State
Jelani Woods – Virginia

2022 Offensive Linemen

Charles Cross – Mississippi State
Ikem Ekwonu – NC State
Daniel Faalele – University of Missouri
Luke Fortner – Kentucky
Kenyon Green – Texas A&M
Marquis Hayes – Oklahoma
Ed Ingram – LSU
Zion Johnson – Boston College
Darian Kinnard – Kentucky
Tyler Linderbaum – Iowa
Alec Lindstrom – Boston College
Abraham Lucas – Washington State
Max Mitchell – Louisianna
Thayer Munford – Ohio State
Evan Neal – Alabama
Dylan Parham – Memphis
Trevor Penning – Iowa
Nicholas Petit-Frere – Oklahoma
Bernhard Raimann – Central Michigan
Sean Rhyan – UCLA
Jamaree Salyer – Georgia
Myjai Sanders – Cincinnati
Tyler Smith – Tulsa
Zach Tom – Wake Forest
Dohnovan West – Arizona State

2022 Edge Defenders

Nik Bonitto – Oklahoma
Arnold Ebiketie – Penn State
Kingsley Enagbare – South Carolina
Neil Farrell Jr – LSU
Aidan Hutchinson – Michigan
Drake Jackson – USC
Jermaine Johnson – Florida St. 
George Karlaftis – Purdue
Boye Mafe – Minnesota
David Ojabo – Michigan
Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa – Notre Dame
Kayvon Thibodeaux – Oregon
Cameron Thomas – San Diego State
Travon Walker – Georgia
Sam Williams – Ole Miss

2022 Interior Defensive Linemen

Jordan Davis – Georgia
Haskell Garrett – Ohio State
Logan Hall – Houston
Travis Jones – UConn
DeMarvin Leal – Texas A&M
Phidarian Mathis – Alabama
John Ridgeway – Arkansas
Perrion Winfrey – Oklahoma
Devonte Wyatt – Georgia

2022 Linebackers

Troy Andersen – Montana State
Brian Asamoah – Oklahoma
Darrian Beavers – Cincinnati
Leo Chenal – Wisconsin
Damone Clark – LSU
Nakobe Dean – Georgia
JoJo Domann – Nebraska
Brooklyn Hardiman – Northern Arizona
Christian Harris – Alabama
Devin Lloyd – Utah
Chad Muma – Wyoming
Brandon Smith – Penn State
Quay Walker – Georgia

2022 Cornerbacks

Andrew Booth Jr – Clemson
Coby Bryant – Cincinnati
Kaiir Elam – Florida
Martin Emerson – Mississippi State
Cordale Flott – LSU
Ahmad Gardner – Cincinnati
Kyler Gordon – Washington
Josh Jobe – Alabama
Marcus Jones – Houston
Derion Kendrick – Georgia
Roger McCreary – Auburn
Trent McDuffie – Washington
Derek Stingley Jr – LSU
Cam Taylor-Britt – Nebraska
Joshua Williams – Fayetteville State
Tariq Woolen – USTA
Mykael Wright – Oregon

2022 Safeties

Jaquan Brisker – Penn State
Lewis Cine – Georgia
Nick Cross – Maryland
Damian Francis – Texas Wesleyan
Kyle Hamilton – Notre Dame
Smoke Monday – Auburn
Jalen Pitre – Baylor

2022 Punters

Matt Araiza – San Diego State