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New York Jets Trade Proposals Including No. 10 Pick in 2022 NFL Draft

As we inch closer and closer to the 2022 NFL Draft, the true value of this class is starting to take its final shape. This is something that happens around this time every year: fan bases and analysts applaud the amount of elite talent across the board, but it’s not until the NFL front offices and scouting departments start to leak their thoughts on the class that the fan bases and analysts begin to know how the actual decision makers feel about the class.

While there are undoubtedly some very talented prospects in this class, the consensus is starting to become that it’s much more of a middle-heavy group than top-heavy. For comparison, last year’s best was one of the most talented crops we’ve seen in recent years with the top tight end prospect of the last decade in Kyle Pitts, three already great wide receivers in Jamarr Chase, Jaylen Waddle and Devonta Smith, two uber-talented tackles in Rashawn Slater and Penei Sewell, a versatile edge rusher in Micah Parsons, two lockdown cornerbacks in Patrick Surtain II and Jaycee Horn and five quarterbacks. From my evaluation, and I understand there can be some debate around this, 80-85 percent of those players mentioned above would be the No. 1 prospect in this draft class and the only ones that wouldn’t are guys that play positions that you wouldn’t consider with the No. 1 pick.

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