Live 2022 NFL Draft Grades

These Live 2022 NFL Draft Grades will be posted minutes after each pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Follow @walterfootball for updates.

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  1. Los Angeles Chargers: Zion Johnson, G/C, Boston College – C- Grade
    One-Year Grade: B- Grade

    Zion Johnson was unquestionably the superior of the two guards chosen in the top 20. Unlike Kenyon Green, Zion Johnson had a solid rookie campaign. The Chargers had some injury issues on the offensive line, but Johnson was a steady presence who was able to open up nice running lanes for Austin Ekeler. He wasn’t as good in pass protection, but that aspect of his game should improve soon.

    Original Write-up:

    I like Zion Johnson more than Kenyon Green, but I’m not a fan of this pick. The Chargers had a much bigger need at tackle, and Trevor Penning was available. Jermaine Johnson would’ve been an excellent pick as well. This selection has little value and doesn’t fill the biggest need. Not good.

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  2. Tennessee Titans: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas – B Grade
    One-Year Grade: B- Grade

    Treylon Burks had a disastrous preseason, but had some bright moments in his rookie year. He caught 33 passes for 444 yards and a touchdown, but missed six games with an injury and played at times with Malik Willis and Joshua Dobbs. I’d say people expected more out of Burks in his rookie year, but he showed some potential.

    Original Write-up:

    The Titans acquired this pick from the Eagles for A.J. Brown. They obviously needed to replace him, and Treylon Burks is the best receiver on the board. He was considered the fifth of the top five receivers even though he was the sixth wideout chosen, but I didn’t think that was fair. Burks is very close to the other four receivers, so I love this value for Tennessee. Surrendering Brown is a tough pill to swallow though.

  3. New Orleans Saints: Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa – A- Grade
    One-Year Grade: Inc. Grade

    Trevor Penning barely played during his rookie year. It’s disappointing that he wasn’t able to crack the starting lineup over left tackle James Hurst, though a reason for that was that he suffered an injury in the preseason. Given that Penning’s rookie campaign was disrupted by an injury, I will hold off on giving this a firm re-grade.

    Original Write-up:

    The Saints landed a nice bargain in Trevor Penning. There was some speculation that Trevor Penning would go as high as No. 9. I thought that was too rich for him, but the 13-17 range seemed right. Penning is a nice pick for the Saints, who desperately needed to replace the departed Terron Armstead.

  4. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh – D- Grade
    One-Year Grade: C+ Grade

    Kenny Pickett had a mixed rookie season after taking over for Mitchell Trubisky, but that’s to be expected from a first-year signal-caller. Pickett had some nice moments in his rookie season, including some game-winning drives in the final weeks of the season. Pickett, however, had struggles as well, including the first three quarters of the Raiders game when he was even booed by the home crowd. I still think Pickett was a reach, but this pick is definitely not nearly as bad as I initially thought it was.

    Original Write-up:

    I have to wonder if the owners called this one in because they regretted passing on another Pittsburgh quarterback, Dan Marino, back in the early ’80s. This makes no sense otherwise. Pickett didn’t generate any interest from anyone else in the first round, and he doesn’t have the mobility the Steelers want from the position. He’ll also have massive fumbling problems with his small hands once the calendar flips to December and January. Yuck.

  5. Kansas City Chiefs: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington – A Grade
    One-Year Grade: A Grade

    Kansas City’s defense showed great improvement over the course of the season. A primary reason for that was Trent McDuffie’s return from injury. McDuffie missed six games early in the season with a hamstring problem. However, he returned in Week 9 and was stellar in coverage during the second half of the year. The Chiefs had other issues in the secondary, but McDuffie was not responsible for those.

    Original Write-up:

    I imagine the Chiefs were shocked that Trent McDuffie was available. They didn’t need to leap the Packers necessarily, but going ahead of Baltimore was essential. I love this pick, as Kansas City had to fill a huge hole at cornerback, and McDuffie is arguably the best player available after Jermaine Johnson. The Chiefs moved up to get McDuffie, but with 12 picks, they almost had to do so.

  6. Green Bay Packers: Quay Walker, LB, Georgia – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: C+ Grade

    Quay Walker is perhaps most known for being ejected in the must-win season finale versus the Lions because he shoved a member of the medical staff just one week after Damar Hamlin collapsed. Walker had a mixed performance otherwise. He did well in coverage, but missed one too many tackles, further hurting Green Bay’s run defense.

    Original Write-up:

    I had Quay Walker going to the Packers in my mock draft, but I’m shocked they selected him over Jermaine Johnson. Still, Walker is a solid pick. He’s a very athletic linebacker who will fit extremely well right next to De’Vondre Campbell. The Packers value linebacker very highly in their scheme, so I like this selection.

  7. Buffalo Bills: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida B Grade
    One-Year Grade: B Grade

    Kaiir Elam didn’t play all that much during his rookie season. He played three full games, but played about a third or half the snaps late in the year. Elam was decent when given the chance, so it’ll be interesting to see how he performs when given more of a chance in the future.

    Original Write-up:

    With Kaiir Elam and Andrew Booth on the board, it didn’t seem necessary for the Bills to give up a fourth-round pick to move up for a cornerback. I think this pick is solid though. Elam could have gone earlier than this, and he fills a huge need across from Tre’Davious White.

  8. Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Smith, OT, Tulsa B Grade
    One-Year Grade: A+ Grade

    Wow, Tyler Smith was fantastic during his rookie year. Smith was projected to be Dallas’ left guard to start the year, which was the case, but he eventually took over for the injured Tyron Smith. Tyler Smith was so much better than expected. This pick is, without a doubt, worthy of an A+ re-grade.

    Original Write-up:

    This is a fine pick, but why not Jermaine Johnson to replace Randy Gregory? The Cowboys had to be a bit depressed with their top three options – Zion Johnson, Treylon Burks, Kenyon Green – all off the board, but Tyler Smith is a solid tackle who should be a decent replacement for the departed La’el Collins.

  9. Baltimore Ravens: Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa A- Grade
    One-Year Grade: A Grade

    It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Tyler Linderbaum had a great rookie season. Deemed to be one of the safer prospects in this class, Linderbaum shined last year despite having no experience. His run blocking was ahead of his pass protection, but he was not poor in that regard. That aspect of his play figures to improve with more playing time under his belt.

    Original Write-up:

    Once upon a time, I had Tyler Linderbaum slotted to the Ravens at No. 14. I thought that was a bit early for him, but I loved the fit. Linderbaum fills a huge need, but thought Baltimore needed to trade down for him. Well, the Ravens did that (sort of), and they got their man. Linderbaum should be an excellent starter for the Ravens over the next decade.

  10. New York Jets: Jermaine Johnson, DE, Florida State A+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: B Grade

    It was shocking that Jermaine Johnson fell this far. Johnson showed nice potential during his rookie year with 2.5 sacks. That’s a low number, but Johnson was part of a heavy rotation, playing about 25 snaps per game. Johnson will undoubtedly have way more playing time in 2023 and beyond.

    Original Write-up:

    What is this, my Backward Mock Draft? How did Jermaine Johnson fall this far? There were some reports out there that Jets were considering Johnson at No. 4 – incorrect, but still – and yet they were able to land him at No. 26, which is insane. Johnson is a top 10-caliber player and fills a huge need. He has character concerns, but there was just way too much value to pass on him after moving up. This is an A+ grade.

  11. Jacksonville Jaguars: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah – A Grade
    One-Year Grade: C+ Grade

    Devin Lloyd had a mediocre rookie year. He did well in run support, but struggled a lot in coverage. I definitely have to lower the re-grade from the original grade, but it wouldn’t surprise me if this were closer to the original grade four years from now.

    Original Write-up:

    Devin Lloyd could have gone 10 picks earlier than this without any complaints, so I like Jacksonville’s decision to move up a few spots to obtain him. Lloyd is a terrific linebacker who is very versatile. He’s a good player, and the Jaguars don’t have many of those on their defense.

  12. Green Bay Packers: DeVonte Wyatt, DT, Georgia – C Grade
    One-Year Grade: C Grade

    I’m sticking with the “C” grade I originally gave to Devonte Wyatt. He didn’t play very much as a rookie until the final couple of weeks of the season. Wyatt told the media that he didn’t feel comfortable in his transition into the NFL until the final six weeks of the year. He did well to close out the 2022 season, which bodes well for him in 2023 and beyond.

    Original Write-up:

    If you want to talk character concerns, DeVonte Wyatt certainly has a worse problem with it than Jermaine Johnson. Wyatt has been removed from numerous boards for repeated domestic violence. I don’t know how the Packers could spend a first-round pick on someone who could easily be suspended repeatedly throughout his career. The talent is obviously there, but this is so risky.

  13. New England Patriots: Cole Strange, G, UT-Chattanooga – MILLEN Grade
    One-Year Grade: D Grade

    This pick is still baffling, especially given that the Rams thought they would be able to draft Cole Strange in the third round. Strange was at least in the starting lineup as a rookie, so I can’t give the Patriots a failing grade. However, Strange was a rather pedestrian blocker. Perhaps he’ll improve in the coming years, but things don’t look too promising right now.

    Original Write-up:

    Our first Millen grade of the 2022 NFL Draft is by … the Patriots!? Wow! I don’t get this at all. Bill Belichick easily could’ve made this selection in the second round, or maybe even the third. I had Cole Strange 144th in my mock draft. I looked around to see if I was just way off, and Charlie Campbell had Strange 115th. Going off-side, Dane Brugler had Strange 93rd. Did Belichick think we were in the third round? I don’t understand this pick at all.

  14. Kansas City Chiefs: George Karlaftis, DE, Purdue – A Grade
    One-Year Grade: A Grade

    I mentioned earlier that the Chiefs’ defense improved late in the year because Trent McDuffie returned from injury. Another reason was George Karlaftis’ improvement. Karlaftis struggled to begin the year, but caught fire at the end of November. He recorded six sacks as a rookie, yet 5.5 of those sacks occurred on or after Nov. 27.

    Original Write-up:

    I’m mad about the Bengals not getting George Karlaftis, but the Chiefs are making a great value pick. Karlaftis has the talent to be a top-15 pick. I’m not sure why he fell – the upside isn’t huge, I suppose – but the Chiefs won’t complain. He’ll fill a huge need for Kansas City’s poor edge rush.

  15. Cincinnati Bengals: Daxton Hill, CB/S, Michigan – A- Grade
    One-Year Grade: Inc. Grade

    The poor Bengals really wanted George Karlaftis, who had a big sack of Joe Burrow in the AFC Championship. As for Daxton Hill, he couldn’t crack the starting lineup, playing behind Jessie Bates and Vonn Bell all year. With Bates entering free agency, Hill should have a big role starting in 2023. Given that Hill barely saw action, I’m going to leave this as incomplete at the moment. Let’s see what happens four years from now!

    Original Write-up:

    The Bengals really wanted George Karlaftis, but they’ll settle for Daxton Hill to fill a big need. The Bengals have a weak group of cornerbacks, and Hill can be used everywhere. He easily could’ve been drafted 10 picks earlier than this, so the value is certainly there.

  16. Minnesota Vikings: Lewis Cine, S, Georgia – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: Inc. Grade

    Another incomplete grade. Lewis Cine played just two snaps because of a leg injury. I’ll be back in 2027 to check in on how Cine is doing in the NFL.

    Original Write-up:

    I absolutely hated the Vikings’ trade with the Lions. This selection, however, is much better. Minnesota easily could’ve drafted Kyle Hamilton at No. 12. They needed a safety, so they’ll settle for Lewis Cine, who definitely fits the range at the end of the first round.

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