NFL draft 2022 – Mel Kiper, Todd McShay, Jordan Reid and Matt Miller draft dueling 10-player superteams of the best prospects

Four nfl draft analysts, 10 rounds, 40 total picks: Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay, Jordan Reid and Matt Miller went head-to-head-to-head-to-head to draft their own superteams of the best 2022 prospects. For the full draft — and the accompanying debates — as it happened, check out the newest edition of First Draft.

The rules? Kiper, McShay, Reid and Miller snake-drafted through 10 rounds of picks to fill out starting lineups, with each roster having specific required positions: one quarterback, one running back, one wide receiver or tight end, one tackle, one interior offensive lineman, three front seven defenders, one cornerback and one safety. They were allowed to draft positions in any order, and they designed their units around whatever scheme they wanted to run on each side of the ball. Versatility was a must. The exercise gives us a good idea of ​​positional value, how the analysts stack their personal boards and which prospects should prove most impactful at the next level.

Which team has the edge at quarterback, wide receiver, pass-rusher and cornerback? Let’s start at the top and go pick by pick, but you can jump to the final rosters. And yes… you will have an opportunity at the bottom to pick the winner of our ultimate NFL draft fantasy league.

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Rosters: Kiper | McShay | Reed | Miller
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The picks

The draft order was randomized, with Kiper landing the first pick. But because it is a snake format, Miller has back-to-back selections at Nos. 4 and 5, and Kiper doesn’t pick again after No. 1 until No. 8. No trades were allowed.

1. Kipper: Aidan HutchinsonDE, Michigan
2.McShay: Ikem EkwonuOT, NC State
3.Reid: Malik WillisQB, Liberty
4. Miller: Evan NealOT, Alabama

5. Miller: Travon WalkerDE, Georgia
6.Reid: Kayvon ThibodeauxDE, Oregon
7. McShay: Ahmed GardnerBC, Cincinnati
8. Kipper: Kenny PickettQB, Pittsburgh

9. Kiper: Derek Stingley Jr.CB, LSU
10.McShay: Kyle HamiltonYes, Notre Dame
11.Reid: charles crossOT, Mississippi State
12. Miller: Jermaine Johnson IIDE, Florida State

13. Miller: Daxton HillS, Michigan
14.Reid: Trent McDuffieBC, Washington
15.McShay: Garrett WilsonWR, Ohio State
16. Kiper: Trevor PenningOT, Northern Iowa

17. Kiper: Breece HallRB, Iowa State
18.McShay: Kenneth Walker IIIRB, Michigan State
19.Reid: Chris OlaveWR, Ohio State
20. Miller: jordan davisDT, Georgia

21. Miller: Tyler LinderbaumC, Iowa
22.Reid: Lewis CinemaS, Georgia
23.McShay: Devon WyattDT, Georgia
24. Kipper: Drake LondonWR, USC

25. Kipper: David OjaboOLB, Mich.
26.McShay: Kenny GreenG, Texas A&M
27.Reid: Travis JonesDT, UConn
28. Miller: Jameson-WilliamsWR, Alabama

29. Miller: Andrew Booth Jr.CB, Clemson
30.Reid: Devin LloydILB, Utah
31.McShay: Nakobe DeanILB, Ga.
32. Kipper: Zion JohnsonG/C, Boston College

33. Kipper: Jack BriskerS, Baylor
34. McShay: Desmond RidderQB, Cincinnati
35.Reid: Isaiah SpillerRB, Texas A&M
36. Miller: Matt CorralQB, Ole Miss

37. Miller: James CookRB, Georgia
38.Reid: Tyler SmithOT/G, UTSA
39. McShay: George KarlaftisDE, Purdue
40. Kipper: Quay WalkerILB, Ga.

Kiper’s team

QB: Kenny Pickett
RB: Breece Hall
WR/TE: Drake London
OT: Trevor Penning
G/C: Zion Johnson
DL/LB: Aidan Hutchinson
DL/LB: David Ojabo
DL/LB: Quay Walker
BC: Derek Stingley Jr.
S: Jack Brisker

McShay’s team

QB: Desmond Ridder
RB: Kenneth Walker III
WR/TE: Garrett Wilson
OT: Ikem Ekwonu
G/C: Kenny Green
DL/LB: Devon Wyatt
DL/LB: Nakobe Dean
DL/LB: George Karlaftis
BC: Ahmed Gardner
S: Kyle Hamilton

Reid’s team

QB: Malik Willis
RB: Isaiah Spiller
WR/TE: Chris Olave
OT: charles cross
G/C: Tyler Smith
DL/LB: Kayvon Thibodeaux
DL/LB: Travis Jones
DL/LB: Devin Lloyd
BC: Trent McDuffie
S: Lewis Cinema

Millers team

QB: Matt Corral
RB: James Cook
WR/TE: Jameson-Williams
OT: Evan Neal
G/C: Tyler Linderbaum
DL/LB: Travon Walker
DL/LB: Jermaine Johnson II
DL/LB: jordan davis
BC: Andrew Booth Jr.
S: Daxton Hill

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