Pro Football Focus

● By Michael Renner
While a defensive player didn't come off the board until the eighth overall pick in 2021, the 2022 NFL Draft will assuredly be different. This class is loaded on the defensive side of the ball, with nine of the top 14 players on PFF's board residing there. The cornerback class, in particular, could be special. And although this quarterback class won’t match the 2021 version anytime soon, there’s a lot of talented, intriguing signal-callers at this point in the process.
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