NFL: Draft NFL 2022: Schedule, date and where to watch the selection of college players live

Ethursday starts NFL Draft. The illusion factory. Los three days when each NFL team looks for new players that can take the team to compete for the Super Bowl

Getting it right in the Draft can turn things around quickly. It happened to the Bengals when they drafted Joe Burrow, proasting in just two years from the worst team in the league to play in the Super bowl. Peyton Manning, Andrew Luck, Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Donald, among others, are other examples.

When is the 2022 NFL Draft?

Collegiate recruitment will take place over three days, from April 28 to 30. Thursday is for the first round, Day 2 is for the second and third rounds, with Day 3 for the fourth and seventh rounds.

Who are the best players for the 2022 NFL Draft?

Where will the 2022 NFL Draft take place?

The NFL Draft see has one The Vegas, Nevada. Venue that was originally going to hold the 2020 Draft, but the pandemic forced all recruiting to be done virtually.

New York it hosted the Draft from 1965 to 2014, after which it became a traveling event. Chicago on two occasions, in addition to Philadelphia, Nashville y Cleveland have been venues in the past.

Schedule and how to watch the 2022 NFL Draft live on TV

The NFL Draft begins andThursday, April 28, at 7:00 PM Central Mexico time. The friday 29 starts an hour earlier, at 6:00 PM, and the Saturday 30 starts at 11:00 AM.

You can follow the transmission through ESPN, Star+ y NFL Network, besides that at MARCA Claro we will bring you the latest information about the event.

NFL Draft 2022: Schedule, date and d

What is the NFL Draft?

The Draft is the league’s recruiting process, where teams select eligible players coming from NCAA college football.

The current format consists of seven rounds, 262 players in total over three days by 2022. Positions are determined in reverse record order: worst first, champion last. Some additional picks are awarded for players lost in free agency two seasons ago. Parity is what prevails in the NFL.

Players must have been in the NCAA for at least three years to be eligible. They may have only played two (some, due to injury, development or academic issues, do not play a campaign; or in current times, due to the pandemic), but they have to having passed three years of his high school graduation.

In recent years, the Draft has been the key to change the destiny of the teams and make contenders, since since 2011, contracts for rookies are limited, reason why franchises get to have stars for four years at much lower price than high-caliber veteran players.

NFL Draft 2022: Schedule, date and d

Who are the best prospects for next season?

The best prospects are on the line of scrimmage. On the offensive side, the tackles Evan Neal of Alabama and Ikem Ekwonu from North Carolina State are top rated. Tyler Linderbaumcenter from Iowa, is one of the best prospects at his position in years, but it’s not a position that is valued that highly (since 2011, neither has been picked before the 18th pick in the first round).

On defense, the names to watch are Aidan HutchinsonKayvon Thibodeaux of Oregon and Travon Walkerfrom Georgia, who is the favorite to be #1.

The secondary defense also has players with top 10 options, like safety Kyle Hamilton of Notre Dame and the corners Sauce Gardner from cincinnati y Derek Stingley Jr. from LSU. One of the positions that could have more players in the first round is receivers. Jameson Williams (Alabama), Chris Olave y Garrett Wilson (Ohio State), Drake London (USC), Jahan Dotson (Penn State) y Treylon Burks (Arkansas) will be selected in the first round.

We haven’t talked about the quarterbacks. Desmond Ridder of Cincinnati, Kenny Pickett de Pittsburgh, Malik Willis of Liberty, Sam Howell of North Carolina and Matt Corral Ole Miss are eyed for the first or second round, but none are valued better than the five chosen in 2021 (Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Trey Lance, Justin Fields and Mac Jones).

What is the order of the first round of selections and how many are there in total?

262 players They will be chosen in the 2022 Draft during the seven rounds of the event, although what causes the most interest among fans is the first round, where the talents that can change the course of history for the teams are usually found.

For 2022, only 24 teams will choose in the first round, since eight used their selection in a change.

Bears, Broncos, Browns, Colts, 49ers y Rams they used their first round to trade for a franchise QB (Justin Fields, Russell Wilson, Deshaun Watson, Carson Wentz though he’s no longer in Indianapolis, Trey Lance and Matthew Stafford). The Dolphins they had two first-round picks, including one originally from the 49ers, but used it to get Jaylen Waddle in the 2021 Draft and Tyreek Hill a few weeks ago. The Raiders, it was also used by a receiver, Davante Adams.

The order of the first round selections of the 2022 NFL Draft

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-14)
  2. Detroit Lions (3-13-1)
  3. Houston Texans (4-13)
  4. New York Jets (4-13)
  5. New York Giants (4-13)
  6. Carolina Panthers (5-12)
  7. New York Giants (de Chicago Bears, 6-11)
  8. Atlanta Falcons (7-10)
  9. Seattle Seahawks (de Denver Broncos, 7-10)
  10. New York Jets (de Seattle Seahawks, 7-10)
  11. Washington Commanders (7-10)
  12. Minnesota Vikings (8-9)
  13. Houston Texans (de Cleveland Browns, 8-9)
  14. Baltimore Ravens (8-9)
  15. Philadelphia Eagles (de Miami Dolphins, 9-8)
  16. New Orleans Saints (de Indianapolis, 9-8, Colts va Philadelphia Eagles)
  17. Los Angeles Chargers (9-8)
  18. Philadelphia Eagles (de New Orleans Saints, 9-8)
  19. New Orleans Saints (from Philadelphia Eagles, 9-8, eliminated in wild card round)
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-7-1, eliminated in the wild card round)
  21. New England Patriots (10-7, eliminated in the wild card round)
  22. Green Bay Packers (from Las Vegas Raiders, 10-7, eliminated in wild card round)
  23. Arizona Cardinals (11-6, eliminated in the wild card round)
  24. Dallas Cowboys (12-5, eliminated in the wild card round)
  25. Buffalo Bills (11-6, eliminated in the divisional round)
  26. Tennessee Titans (12-5, eliminated in the divisional round)
  27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4, eliminated in the divisional round)
  28. Green Bay Packers (13-4, eliminated in the divisional round)
  29. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco 49ers, 10-7, eliminated in conference final, goes to Miami Dolphins)
  30. Kansas City Chiefs (12-5, eliminated in conference final)
  31. Cincinnati Bengals (10-7, runners-up)
  32. Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams, 12-5, champion of Super Bowl LVI)

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