• Travis Tyler

2022 WR Draft Prospects

Wide receiver has become one of the most important positions in the league as teams have utilized the position to create loaded offenses. It seems year after year there are a plethora of potentially elite receivers to select from throughout the NFL Draft, and this year is no different. There are at least five receivers projected to go in the first round and several others who can make an impact as later-round selections.


Here is how I see the 2022 receiver prospects in the 2022 NFL Draft.


Tier 1: First-Round Locks

Garrett Wilson, Ohio State

Chris Olave, Ohio State

Drake London, USC

Jameson Williams, Alabama

Treylon Burks, Arkansas


Tier 2: Borderline First

Jahan Dotson, Penn State

David Bell, Purdue

Christian Watson, North Dakota State

George Pickens, Georgia


Tier 3: Day Two

Skyy Moore, Western Michigan

Jalen Tolbert, South Alabama

Wan'Dale Robinson, Kentucky

Alec Pierce, Cincinnati

John Metchie III, Alabama

Romeo Doubs, Nevada


Tier 4: Speedsters

Bo Melton, Rutgers

Calvin Austin, Memphis

Kevin Austin Jr, Notre Dame

Tyquan Thornton, Baylor


Tier 5: Day Three Values

Justyn Ross, Clemson

Zay Flowers, Boston College

Erik Enzukanma, Texas Tech

Khalil Shakir, Boise State

Jerreth Sterns, Western Kentucky

Tay Martin, Oklahoma State

Jalen Nailor, Michigan State

Velus Jones, Tennessee

Dontario Drummond, Ole Miss

Braylon Sanders, Ole Miss

Michael Young, Cincinnati

Emeka Emezie, North Carolina State

Tre Turner, Virginia Tech

Taysir Mack, Pittsburgh


Tier 6: Sleepers

Samori Toure, Nebraska

Dai'Jean Dixon, Nicholls State

Danny Gray, SMU

Reggie Roberson, SMU

Jalen Cropper, Fresno State Jequez Ezzard, Sam Houston State

Jaivon Heileigh, Coastal Carolina

Josh Johnson, Tulsa

Dareke Young, Lenoir-Rhyne

Isaiah Weston, Northern Iowa

Makai Polk, Mississippi State


Tier 7: Round 7/UDFA

Charleston Rambo, Miami

Ty Fryfogle, Indiana

YoHeinz Tyler, Ball State

Kwamie Lassiter II, Kansas

Taye Barber, TCU

Corey Sutton, Appalachian State

Thomas Hennigan, APppalachian State

Mike Woods, Oklahoma

Kendric Pryor, Wisconsin

Danny Davis, Wisconsin

Britain Covey, Utah

Tanner Conner, Idaho State

Bryce Singleton, FIU

Ryo Miyazawa, Oberlin

Shigeya Masunami, Kansas

Stephon Robisnon, Northwestern

LuJuan Winningham. Central Arkansas

Demetris Robertson, Auburn

Keith Corbin, Jackson State

Jalen Virgil, Appalachian State

Mike Harley Miami

Andrew Kamiensk, North Central

Neil Pau'u, BYU

Travell Harris, Washington State

Lance McCutcheon, Montana State

Johnny Johnson III, Oregon

Brandon Johnson, UCF

Mychal Cooper, Navy

Montrell Washington, Samford

Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan

Jaquari Robinson, Wake Forest

Devon Williams, Oregon

Jake Herslow, Houston

Ezra Naylor. Tulsa

Kyric McGowan. Georgia Tech

Kaylon Geiger, Texas Tech

TJ Chase, FAU

Jaylin Erwin, Houston

Jack Sorenson, Miami

JaVon Hayes, Fairmount State

Rodney Coates, West Florida

De'Vion Warren, Arkansas

BJ Byrd, Morehead State

Keric Wheatfall, Fresno State

Caleb Thomas, Graceland

Zackery Smith, SE MO State

Jahcour Pearson, Ole Miss

Malik Honeycutt, Murray State

Austin Mitchell, SE Louisiana

Aakiel Greer, St Augustine

Sam Flowers, Northern Colorado

Melvin Rouse II, Yale

Trey Goss, Delaware State

Daylen Baldwin, Michigan

Kam Brown, Coastal Carolina

Changa Hidge, Virginia Tech

CT Thomas, Boise State

Bryce Nunnelly, Western Michigan

Caleb Vander Esch, South Dakota

Joshua Lanier, Jackson State

Trevor Begue, Incarnate Word

Tyriq Martin, West Alabama

Cameron Saunders, Central Missouri

Keith Pearson Jr. Charlotte

Nykeim Johnson, Kent State

Dwight Blakey, Colorado Mesa

Kobe Miranda, American International College

Slade Bolden, Alabama





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