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The 2022 NFL draft begins April 28 with the Jaguars with the No. 1 pick. Here's how we think the top 10 picks will go.


The Jaguars pick defensive end Aidan Hutchinson from Michigan. They have a left tackle with Robinson but need an edge rusher.

Aidan Hutchinson DE


The Lions pick EDGE Kayvon Thibodeaux from Oregon, with 35 Solos and 7 sacks in his last season.

Kayvon Thibodeaux EDGE


The Texans pick offensive tackle Ickey Ekwonu from NC State. They need a tackle to pair with Tunsil and could use Ickey’s pancake skills.

Ickey Ekwonu OT


The Jets pick CB Sauce Gardner from Cincinnati. The Jets need someone like him to transform their poor pass defense.

Sauce Gardner CB


The Giants pick offensive tackle Evan Neal from Alabama. Daniel Jones needs protection and Neal would do well opposite Thomas.

Evan Neal OT


The Panthers pick offensive tackle Charles Cross from Mississippi State. They are rebuilding their offensive line and Cross would be a nice addition.

Charles Cross OT


The Giants pick safety Kyle Hamilton from Notre Dame. The Giants will be lucky to get a defensive playmaker like him along with a good tackle on the o-line.

Kyle Hamilton S


The Falcons pick EDGE Jermaine Johnson II from Florida State. He has less playing time, but the playing time he does have shows the productivity Atlanta needs.

Jermaine Johnson II EDGE


The Seahawks pick EDGE Travon Walker from Georgia. Seattle needs a defensive lineman with his leadership and physical talent.

Travon Walker EDGE


The Jets pick CB Derek Stingley Jr. from LSU. If he can stay healthy, he could provide the elite coverage the Jets are looking for.

Derek Stingley Jr. CB

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