NFL Draft Grades 2022

These 2022 NFL Draft Grades will be posted minutes after each pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Keep in mind that these NFL Draft Grades are based on team needs, player value, positional value, and any trade implications. Follow @walterfootball for updates.

2022 NFL Draft Grades - Round: Picks 1-16 | Picks 17-32 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | NFL Draft Team Grades



2022 NFL Draft Grades for Picks 1-16:



  1. Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars: Travon Walker, DE, Jaguars – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: C- Grade

    Travon Walker had a solid rookie year, but the re-grade has to be worse than the original. That’s because Aidan Hutchinson was so dominant for the Lions. Hutchinson was the consensus predicted selection for the Jaguars until a couple of weeks prior to the 2022 NFL Draft, but the tide turned in Walker’s direction. It’s early, but Jacksonville should have picked Hutchinson instead of Walker.

    Original Write-up:

    Jaguar fans will ask, “Is there anything the Jags could’ve done to get an ‘A’ grade?” The answer is trading down, but that wasn’t a possibility because teams weren’t interested in moving up in this mediocre draft class. So, no. But I was thrilled to get a B+ when I was in school, so this grade is perfectly fine. I like that the Jaguars chose the upside in Walker over the safety in Aidan Hutchinson. Walker has a much lower floor, but you don’t win Super Bowls by being safe. The Jaguars kicked off the 2022 NFL Draft Grades with a solid B+.

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  2. Detroit Lions Detroit Lions: Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Michigan – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: A Grade

    Aidan Hutchinson was a dominant force in Detroit’s defense. He recorded 9.5 sacks and three interceptions. His presence was a major reason why the Lions’ defense improved exponentially in the second half of the season, sparking an 8-2 finish in the final 10 games. This was a no-brainer “A” grade selection.

    Original Write-up:

    The Lions did not expect to land Aidan Hutchinson a couple of weeks ago. Hutchinson was chalked to go to the Jaguars back then, but things changed since then. Jacksonville selected Travon Walker, allowing Hutchinson to fall to Detroit. Hutchinson is not an elite pass-rushing prospect like Chase Young or the Bosa brothers, but he’s just a notch below. He’s the best player available for the Lions, so this is the right choice. It would’ve been better had Detroit been able to trade down, but that wasn’t really a possibility.

  3. Houston Texans Houston Texans: Derek Stingley, CB, LSU – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: D Grade

    Derek Stingley played just nine games in his rookie year. Any NFL player can get injured, but Stingley had a very questionable durability history entering the league. This start has to be concerning for the Texans, especially when considering that he didn’t even play all that well when he was on the field.

    Original Write-up:

    I’m surprised the Texans are drafting a cornerback this early because the Buccaneers and Bears never drafted cornerbacks early when Lovie Smith was coaching them. Cornerbacks never call for a premium draft pick in Smith’s system. However, I can understand why the Texans wouldn’t pass on Stingley. He’s an amazing cornerback who looked like a generational player in his first season at LSU. He has been injured since, so there’s some major risk here, but the upside is through the roof. Though I didn’t have this pick in my mock draft, I certainly won’t criticize it because I think it’s a good selection.

  4. New York Jets New York Jets: Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati – B Grade
    One-Year Grade: A+ Grade

    How can this re-grade not be an A+? Sauce Gardner wasn’t just the best defensive rookie this past year; he was arguably the top cornerback in the NFL, as noted on my 23rd-Annual NFL Awards page. Gardner instantly became a shutdown cornerback despite his inexperience, so it’s scary to imagine how great he’ll be in the coming years.

    Original Write-up:

    The Jets could have drafted a number of prospects at No. 4 who would have made sense for them. Ahmad Gardner is arguably the best defensive player who fills a need for the Jets. You hear that Gardner is the safest player in the draft, but so were Robert Gallery, Aaron Curry and Dee Milliner. I’m not saying Gardner will be a bust, or anything, but he’s not a lock to be a great player. Still, the Jets made a solid pick here in a weak class.

  5. New York Giants New York Giants: Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE, Oregon – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: B+ Grade

    Kayvon Thibodeaux notched four sacks in his rookie year, but that number isn’t indicative of how well he performed. Thibodeaux was a strong force on the edge for the Giants, helping the team reach the playoffs for the first time in the Daniel Jones era. We’ll see what happens with Thibodeaux off the field in his first full NFL offseason, given that this was a question mark for him entering the league.

    Original Write-up:

    Kayvon Thibodeaux, in a 15-minute combine interview, mentioned his brand five times to one team. Some wondered if Thibodeaux loved football fame more than football itself, and it’s a legitimate concern. However, Thibodeaux is arguably the most talented player in this class, and he fills a huge need at edge rusher. The Giants need a tackle more, but they’re fans of two tackles and can get one at No. 7.

  6. Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers: Ikem Ekwonu, OT, N.C. State – A- Grade
    One-Year Grade: B- Grade

    Ikem Ekwonu had a very rough start to his rookie campaign. He was awful when Baker Mayfield was under center. Mayfield has to be angry with Ekwonu’s development because the N.C. State product made a solid improvement in the second half of the season. Ekwonu wasn’t great down the stretch, or anything, but he was no longer a liability. There’s a good chance, based on his strong finish, that he’ll make a nice leap in his second year.

    Original Write-up:

    The Panthers are getting some value with this pick, as many believed that Ickey Ekwonu could have been the third-overall pick. More importantly, Carolina is taking Ekwonu over a mediocre quarterback prospect, which is the correct decision. The Panthers are better off either trading for Baker Mayfield (assuming the Browns take on some of his salary) or waiting until 2023 to land a quarterback. Either way, this quarterback will have quality protection because of Ekwonu.

  7. New York Giants New York Giants: Evan Neal, OT, Alabama – B- Grade
    One-Year Grade: D Grade

    Like Ikem Ekwonu, Evan Neal was horrendous to begin his second. However, Neal did not make a big improvement as the season progressed. He was rather poor throughout his rookie campaign, though he can’t be deemed a lost cause yet because of Andrew Thomas. There were similar concerns with Thomas after a horrible start to his career, but he has developed into one of the better left tackles in the NFL.

    Original Write-up:

    It’s no surprise that the Giants are addressing offensive line with one of their two selections in the top 10. They must give Daniel Jones better protection in what could be his final chance to prove himself. Evan Neal fills a huge need, but his downside can’t be ignored. Neal is 350 pounds, so he could be a major health risk. Many huge offensive linemen have had issues staying healthy, from Mekhi Becton, to Marcus Cannon, to Trent Brown. This is not always the case, but there’s a dubious history with monstrously sized blockers.

  8. Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons: Drake London, WR, USC – B- Grade
    One-Year Grade: B Grade

    Drake London had some bright moments in his rookie year, especially late when Marcus Mariota was benched. London caught at least five passes in each of his final four games, including the finale when he had a 6-120 line. The reason why this is just a “B” re-grade is because the Falcons could have drafted Garrett Wilson instead. It’s not hindsight to say this, as some believed Wilson was the better prospect entering the league.

    Original Write-up:

    It should come as no surprise that Drake London is the first receiver off the board. I believed it would be London or Garrett Wilson. The Lions had interest in London at No. 2 prior to the combine. So, I don’t think this is a bad pick, as London projects to be like Mike Evans. However, I thought Jermaine Johnson was the better prospect, and there’s more receiving depth on Day 2 than edge-rushing depth.

  9. Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State – A- Grade
    One-Year Grade: A- Grade

    If you’re wondering how Geno Smith came out of nowhere to revive his NFL career, a major reason for this was his terrific pass protection. A big part of that was Charles Cross’ play. Despite being a rookie, Cross was a solid blind-side protector for Smith. He was sound in both pass protection and run blocking, and he has a bright future ahead of him.

    Original Write-up:

    I would’ve preferred Jermaine Johnson, but Charles Cross is an excellent pick as well. The Seahawks have needed to spend a premium pick on an offensive line for quite some time, and they’ve finally done so. It’s funny that it finally happens when Russell Wilson is gone, but Seattle needs better blocking without Wilson’s mobility.

  10. New York Jets New York Jets: Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State – A- Grade
    One-Year Grade: A+ Grade

    Joe Douglas really nailed this draft, earning two A+ grades in the top 10. Garrett Wilson was a dynamic offensive play-maker in his first season. He caught 83 passes for 1,103 yards and four touchdowns despite catching balls from Joe Flacco, Zach Wilson, and Mike White.

    Original Write-up:

    A team told me they were convinced Garrett Wilson would go in the top eight. This isn’t incredible value, but it’s certainly very good value. It could be argued that Wilson is the top receiver in this class, and the Jets needed to do everything in their power to make sure Zach Wilson has as much help as possible.

  11. New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: A Grade

    Chris Olave wasn’t as great as Garrett Wilson, but he was close. He hauled in 72 balls for 1,042 yards and four touchdowns despite having Andy Dalton as his quarterback for most of the year. It didn’t take Olave very long to emerge as the No. 1 receiver, holding that role even when Jarvis Landry returned from injury.

    Original Write-up:

    The Saints surrendered third- and fourth-picks to move up, and it makes sense for them to do so. With two of the top four receivers flying off the board, New Orleans could not have waited until No. 16 to address the position. Olave fills a huge need and is one of the better players available, so I like this pick. I’m not a huge fan of the trade, but it had to be done.

  12. Detroit Lions Detroit Lions: Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama – B Grade
    One-Year Grade: Inc. Grade

    This pick can’t be re-graded yet. Jameson Williams barely played last year because he was coming off a torn ACL. The Lions knew they wouldn’t get much out of Williams in 2022 when they drafted him, so we’ll have to check back in four years later during the five-year re-grade segment.

    Original Write-up:

    The Lions traded up from No. 32 to 12 for a quarterb- no, wait, that’s not right. These are the Lions we’re talking about. They’ve moved up for a receiver. The Lions using mulitple resources on a receiver … where have we seen that before? Look, I love Jameson Williams as a prospect, minus the torn ACL, but surrendering resources to a divisional opponent for a non-quarterback is irresponsible. That said, the Lions aren’t giving up as much as initially expected, so I don’t hate this move at all! I don’t know what the Vikings are thinking here.

  13. Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles: Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia – A- Grade
    One-Year Grade: A- Grade

    Remember when the Eagles couldn’t stop the run at all during some of their November struggles? That’s because Jordan Davis was out of the lineup. When Davis returned, Philadelphia suddenly became stout against the run again. Davis was instrumental in the Eagles’ Super Bowl run, so this re-grade should still be very favorable.

    Original Write-up:

    The Vikings-Lions trade was shocking. The Eagles-Texans trade is not. This is the least-surprising move of the 2022 NFL Draft. It was rumored that the Ravens loved Jordan Davis, but the Eagles felt the same way about him. The Eagles envision the 350-pound athletic marvel to be a good replacement for Fletcher Cox, so he’s not going to just play two downs. His weight is a concern, but the upside is as big as Davis.

  14. Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens: Kyle Hamilton, S/LB, Notre Dame – C Grade
    One-Year Grade: A Grade

    Looks like I was wrong about Kyle Hamilton, as was everyone else who didn’t think that he had a natural position in the NFL. Hamilton wasn’t an every-down player in the first half of the season, but that changed as the year progressed. Hamilton played way more toward the end of the season, and he performed at an extremely high level.

    Original Write-up:

    This is misleading value. Many will think the Ravens are getting a bargain, but many teams soured on Kyle Hamilton. Not only did he run a 4.7 at his pro day; he didn’t really have a natural position, much like Isaiah Simmons from two years ago. Teams didn’t know whether or not to put Hamilton at safety or linebacker. We’ll have to see what the Ravens do with Hamilton, but he could easily be a bust.

  15. Houston Texans Houston Texans: Kenyon Green, G, Texas A&M – D Grade
    One-Year Grade: D Grade

    I didn’t like this pick when it was made, and I’m still not a fan. Kenyon Green was a reach, and he certainly looked like he was during his rookie year. He was one of the worst starting guards in the NFL this past season.

    Original Write-up:

    At least the Texans moved back. This is pretty bad though. Kenyon Green is a guard who should have gone in the 24-40 range, so this is a reach. I wonder if the Texans don’t already regret not picking a tackle at three and then a cornerback like Trent McDuffie at No. 18. As usual, the Texans have no idea what they are doing.

  16. Washington Redskins Washington Redskins: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State – C Grade
    One-Year Grade: B+ Grade

    Jahan Dotson’s stats paled in comparison to what Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave were able to produce – 35 catches, 523 yards, seven touchdowns – but he played in only 12 games. He also dealt with sketchy quarterbacking, but had a couple of big games in December, which bodes well heading into 2023.

    Original Write-up:

    Much like the Texans, the Redskins deserve some credit for picking up resources for trading down. Still, this is a bit of a reach. It’s not as bad as the Texans’ pick, but there was some speculation that Jahan Dotson could fall out of the first round. The Redskins should’ve just remained at No. 11 and picked the much better prospect. I like Dotson, but he’s a bit short to be taken so early.

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