2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College. Which Schools Won The Draft?

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2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College. Which Schools Won The Draft?

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2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College. Which Schools Won The Draft?

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Which college football programs won the 2022 NFL Draft? Where do they all rank when it comes to sending players to the next level?


2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College

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Is your school able to get players to the NFL?

In the transfer portal world – along with recruiting – the sales job that the next level is a real possibility means everything. So which schools get to brag the most after the 2022 NFL Draft?

Something to keep in mind here. Yeah, it’s great to have a lot of players be loved by the NFL, but if you didn’t lose a ton of talent, that might mean you’re coming back loaded for the 2022 college season: get ready for a whole lot of Clemson in the 2023 NFL Draft.

A school gets 7 points for each first round draft pick, 6 for a second, 5 for a third, 4 for a fourth, 3 for a fifth, 2 for a sixth, and 1 for a seventh round selection.

2022 NFL Draft Analysis
Arizona | Atlanta | Baltimore | Buffalo | CarolinaChicago
Cincinnati | Cleveland | Dallas | Denver | Detroit | Green Bay
Houston | Indianapolis | Jacksonville | Kansas City | Las Vegas
LA Chargers | LA Rams | MiamiMinnesota | New England
New Orleans |  NY Giants | NY Jets | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh
San Francisco | Seattle | Tampa Bay | TennesseeWashington

T97 Georgia Tech 1

7 (228) Green Bay (from Chicago): LB Tariq Carpenter

T97 Jackson State 1

6 (217) Detroit; EDGE James Houston

T97 Lenoir-Rhyne 1

7 (233) Seattle (from Kansas City): WR Dareke Young

T97 Marshall 1

7 (259) Kansas City; S Nazeeh Johnson

T97 Miami 1

7 (234) Green Bay (from Denver): DT Jonathan Ford

T97 South Carolina State 1

4 (142) Los Angeles Rams; CB Decobie Durant

T97 Southern 1

7 (226) Chicago (from Cincinnati): OG J’Atyre Carter

T97 Valdosta State 1

7 (244) Arizona; CB Christian Matthew

T97 Yale 1

7 (239) Indianapolis; S Rodney Thomas

T85 Air Force 2

6 (194) New Orleans (from Indianapolis): DT Jordan Jackson

T85 Appalachian State 2

5 (161) New Orleans LB D’Marco Jackson

T85 Cal 2

7 (224) Miami (from Houston): LB Cameron Goode
7 (254) Chicago (from LA Chargers): S Elijah Hicks

T85 Fordham 2

6 (187) San Francisco (from Denver): OT Nick Zakelij, Fordham

T85 Kansas 2

6 (181) Philadelphia (from Detroit): LB Kyron Johnson

T85 Kansas State 2

7 (247) Miami (from Tennessee): QB Skylar Thompson
7 (253) Los Angeles Rams; S Russ Yeast

T85 NW Missouri State 2

6 (200) New England; DT Sam Roberts

T85 Ouachita Baptist 2

6 (197) Jacksonville (from Philadelphia): CB Gregory Junior

T85 Rutgers 2

7 (229) Seattle; RB Bo Melton
7 (251) Kansas City; RB Isaih Pacheco

T85 UCF 2

6 (220) San Francisco; DT Kalia Davis

T85 Villanova 2

6 (185) Buffalo (from Carolina): CB Christian Benford

T85 Youngstown State 2

6 (192) Indianapolis (from Minnesota): TE Andrew Ogletree

T73 Boise State 3

5 (148) Chicago (from Houston): WR Khalil Shakir

T73 BYU 3

5 (151) Atlanta: RB Tyler Allgeier

T73 Fresno State 3

5 (167) Dallas; CB DaRon Bland

T73 Indiana 3

5 (146) Buffalo (from Chicago): LB Micah McFadden

T73 Miami University 3

5 (174) Chicago (from Cincinnati): LB Dominique Robinson

T73 Missouri State 3

5 (159) Indianapolis; DT Eric Johnson

T73 North Dakota 3

5 (155) Dallas (from Cleveland): OT Matt Waletzo

T73 Oregon State 3

5 (170) Houston (from Tampa Bay): TE Teagan Quitoriano

T73 Sam Houston 3

5 (157) Tampa Bay (from Jacksonville): CB Zyon McCollum

T73 Samford 3

5 (162) Denver (from Philadelphia): WR Montrell Washington

T73 Southern Utah 3

5 (168) Chicago (from Buffalo): OT Braxton Jones

T73 Stanford 3

5 (150) Houston (from Chicago): DT Thomas Booker

T71 Fayetteville State 4

(135) Kansas City; CB Joshua Williams

T71 Illinois 4

3 (97) Detroit; S Kerby Joseph
6 (184) Minnesota (from NY Jets): OT Vederian Lowe
6 (207) Houston (from San Francisco): C Doug Kramer

T61 Coastal Carolina 5

4 (139) Baltimore: TE Isaiah Likely
7 (252) Cincinnati: LB Jeffrey Gunter

T61 Liberty 5

3 (86) Tennessee (from Las Vegas): QB Malik Willis

T61 Oklahoma State 5

6 (188) Detroit (from Jacksonville): LB Malcolm Rodriguez
6 (193) Dallas (from Cleveland): LB Devin Harper
7 (240) Washington (from Philadelphia): CB Christian Holmes

T61 South Alabama 5

3 (88) Dallas; WR Jalen Tolbert

T61 South Dakota State 5

4 (127) New England; RB Pierre Strong
7 (241) Pittsburgh; QB Chris Oladokun

T61 Texas Tech 5

4 (125) Miami (from Pittsburgh): WR Erik Ezukanma
7 (246) Cleveland (from Buffalo): C Dawson Deaton

T61 UAB 5

3 (78) Cleveland; EDGE Alex Wright

T61 UConn 5

3 (76) Baltimore; DT Travis Jones

T61 Virginia 5

3 (73) Indianapolis (from Washington): TE Jelani Woods

T61 Wyoming 5

3 (70) Jacksonville (from Carolina): LB Chad Muma

T53 Auburn 6

2 (35) Tennessee (from NY Jets): CB Roger McCreary

T53 Colorado State 6

2 (55) Arizona: TE Trey McBride

T53 Missouri 6

4 (118) Minnesota (from Cleveland): CB Akayleb Evans
6 (196) Baltimore; RB Tyler Badie

T53 South Carolina 6

5 (179) Green Bay (from Denver): EDGE Kingsley Enagbare
6 (183) New England; RB Kevin Harris
7 (227) Minnesota (from Las Vegas): TE Nick Muse

T53 Toledo 6

5 (166) Philadelphia (from Arizona): S Tycen Anderson
5 (172) San Francisco; CB Samuel Warmack

T53 Wake Forest 6

4 (140) Green Bay; C/OG Zach Tom
6 (214) Los Angeles Chargers; WR Ja’Sir Taylor

T53 Washington State 6

3 (72) Seattle; OT Abraham Lucas
7 (243) Kansas City (from Las Vegas): CB Jaylen Watson

T53 Western Michigan 6

2 (54) Kansas City (from New England): WR Skyy Moore

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