• Travis Tyler

2022 RB Draft Prospects

As the NFL has become more reliant on potent passing offenses, there have been fewer teams willing to select a running back in the early rounds. Normally, there are maybe one or two selected in the first round, but it has been four years since a team has used a top ten pick at the position (The Giants took Saquon Barkley second overall in 2018).


This year there is a two-horse race for the top running back between Iowa State's Breece Hall and Michigan State's Kenneth Walker III. Either player could come off the board as early as the back half of the first round or as late as the second or third round.


Here is a list of the running back prospects for this draft that I have separated based on where I think they should be drafted.


Tier 1: RB1 Battle

Kenneth Walker III, Michigan State

Breece Hall, Iowa State


Tier 2: Day 2

Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M

Kennedy Brooks, Oklahoma

Zamir White, Georgia

James Cook, Georgia


Tier 3: Sleepers

Isaih Pacheco, Rutgers

Jerome Ford, Cincinnati

BJ Baylor, Oregon State

Sincere McCormick, UTSA

Pierre Strong, South Dakota State

Jashaun Corbin, Florida State

Calvin Turner, Hawaii

Shamari Brooks, Tulsa


Tier 4: Late Round/Day 3

Ty Chandler, North Carolina

Brian Robinson, Alabama

Hassan Haskins, Michigan

Tyler Goodson, Iowa

Keaontay Ingram, USC

Abram Smith, Baylor

Jaylen Warren, Oklahoma State

Dameon Pierce, Florida

Rachaad White, Arizona State

Tyler Badie, Missouri

Kyren Williams, Notre Dame

Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss

Snoop Conner, Ole Miss

Leddie Brown, West Virginia

D'Vonte Price, FIU

Jeremiah Hall, Oklahoma (FB)

Connor Heyward, Michigan State (FB)

Tyler Allgeier, BYU

Cam'Ron Harris, Miami

Zonovan "Bam" Knigth, North Carolina State

TJ Pledger, Utah

Ronnie Rivers, Fresno State

Ty Davis-Price, LSU

CJ Verdell, Oregon

Greg Bell, San Diego State


Tier 5: Round 7/UDFA

Max Borghi, Washington State

Master Teague, Ohio State

Zander Horvath. Purdue

Trestan Ebner, Baylor

Clint Ratkovich, Northern Illinois

George Holani, Boise State

Bryant Koback, Toledo

Kevin Marks, Buffalo

Stephen Carr, Indiana

Charles Williams, UNLV

Mataeo Durant, DUke

Quay Holmes, ETSU

Brittain Brown, UCLA

Kevin Harris, South Carolina

Travis Levy, Boston College

Quardraiz Wadley, UTEP

Deon McIntosh, Washington State

Sean McGrew, Washington

Ricky Perrson Jr, North Carolina State

Vavae Malepaei, USC


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