SB Nation

● By James Dator

Accuracy: 2.16%1285th Place
It’s never too early to look ahead to the NFL Draft, especially if you’re a football sicko like I am. I know this whole exercise is a little silly with an entire college football season to play out, but it’s interesting to see the trends change from now until the pre-draft period next year. For instance, we knew the 2022 class was going to be weak at quarterback from the jump. In pre-season mocks a year ago it was widely agreed that Sam Howell and Matt Corral would be at the top, then nobody else. Obviously that didn’t occur, but we did know that it was going to be a poor class for passers. Before anyone gets angry about the draft order: This is the reverse order of Super Bowl odds over at DraftKings Sportsbook. It’s the most objective thing we have to go off right now.

Top Players Not Included

These players appear in the top 31 of our

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, but do not show up in this mock.