Rankings By College. Which Schools Won The Draft?

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

2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College

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In the transfer portal world – in addition to recruiting – the sales task that the next level is a genuine possibility indicates whatever. So which schools get to boast the most after the 2022 NFL Draft?

Something to bear in mind here. Yeah, it’s fantastic to have a great deal of gamers be liked by the NFL, however if you didn’t lose a lots of skill, that may suggest you’re returning filled for the 2022 college season: prepare yourself for a great deal of Clemson in the 2023 NFL Draft.

A school gets 7 points for each preliminary draft choice, 6 for a 2nd, 5 for a 3rd, 4 for a 4th, 3 for a 5th, 2 for a 6th, and 1 for a seventh round choice.

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

T97 Georgia Tech 1

7 (228) Green Bay (from Chicago): POUND 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 POUND D’Marco Jackson

T85 Cal 2

7 (224) Miami (from Houston): POUND 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): POUND 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

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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): POUND Micah McFadden

T73 Miami University 3

5 (174) Chicago (from Cincinnati): POUND 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: POUND Jeffrey Gunter

T61 Liberty 5

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

T61 Oklahoma State 5

6 (188) Detroit (from Jacksonville): POUND Malcolm Rodriguez
6 (193) Dallas (from Cleveland): POUND 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): POUND 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

2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College
Top 5 | 6-10 | 11-20 | 21-50 | 51-105
2022 NFL Draft Conference Rankings
2023 NFL Draft Top 32 Prospects

NEXT: 2022 NFL Draft Rankings By College: Top 50

2022 NFL Draft Rankings By College: Top 50

A group gets 7 points for each preliminary draft choice, 6 for a 2nd, 5 for a 3rd, 4 for a 4th, 3 for a 5th, 2 for a 6th, and 1 for a seventh round choice.

T42 Boston College 7

1 (17) Los Angeles Chargers: OG Zion Johnson

T42 Clemson 7

2 (42) Minnesota (from Indianapolis): CB Andrew Booth
7 (231) Buffalo (from Atlanta): POUND Baylon Spector

T42 Florida State 7

1 (26) New York Jets (from Tennessee): EDGE Jermaine Johnson

T42 Montana State 7

2 (58) Atlanta; POUND Troy Anderson
7 (235) Los Angeles Rams (from Jacksonville): DE Daniel Hardy

T42 Nevada 7

4 (132) Green Bay; WR Romeo Doubs
5 (149) Washington (from Carolina): TE Cole Turner

T42 Northern Iowa 7

1 (19) New Orleans (from Philadelphia): OT Trevor Penning,

T42 Oregon 7

1 (5) New York Giants; EDGE Kayvon Thibodeaux

T42 SMU 7

3 (105) San Francisco; WR Danny Gray
6 (198) Philadelphia (from Jacksonville): TE Grant Calcaterra

T42 UT Chattanooga 7

1 (29) New England (from Kansas City): OG/C Cole Strange

T42 Utah 7

1 (27) Jacksonville (from Tampa Bay): POUND Devin Lloyd

T42 UTSA 7

4 (134) San Francisco; OT Spencer Burford
5 (153) Seattle; CB Taiq Woolen

T39 Louisiana 8

4 (111) New York Jets (from Carolina): OT Max Mitchell
4 (113) Washington; S Percy Butler

T39 NC State 8

1 (6) Carolina; OT Ikem Ekwonu
7 (255) Chicago (from LA Chargers): P Trenton Gill

T39 Tulsa 8

1 (24) Dallas; OT Tyler Smith
7 (230) Washington; OG Chris Paul

T35 Maryland 9

3 (96) Indianapolis (from Denver): S Nick Cross
4 (143) Tennessee; TE Chigoziem Okonkwo

T35 Memphis 9

3 (90) Las Vegas (from Tennessee): OG Dylan Parham
4 (138) Pittsburgh; WR Calvin Austin

T35 Virginia Tech 9

5 (177) Detroit; TE James Mitchell
6 (189) Carolina (from Washington): EDGE Amare Barno
6 (209) Buffalo (from Houston): OT Luke Tenuta
6 (215) Arizona; OG Lecitus Smith

T35 WKU 9

3 (82) Atlanta; EDGE DeAngelo Malone
4 (137) New England (from Carolina): QB Bailey Zappe

T33 North Dakota State 10

2 (34) Green Bay (from Detroit): WR Christian Watson
4 (136) Cincinnati; OT Cordell Volson

T33 Notre Dame 10

1 (14) Baltimore; S Kyle Hamilton
5 (164) Los Angeles Rams (from Las Vegas): RB Kyren Williams

T28 Arkansas 11

1 (18) Tennessee (from Philadelphia): WR Treylon Burks
5 (178) Dallas: DT John Ridgeway
7 (222) Jacksonville: CB Montaric Brown

T28 Central Michigan 11

2 (57) Tampa Bay (from Buffalo): OG Luke Goedeke
3 (77) Indianapolis (from Minnesota): OT Bernhard Raimann

T28 Iowa 11

1 (25) Baltimore (from Buffalo): C/G Tyler Linderbaum
4 (114) New York Giants (from Atlanta): S Dane Belton

T28 Michigan State 11

2 (41) Seattle; RB Kenneth Walker
6 (191) Minnesota (from Baltimore): WR Jalen Nailor
6 (208) Pittsburgh (from Kansas City): FB Connor Heyward
7 (261) Los Angeles Rams (from Tampa Bay): OT AJ Arcuri

T28 Pitt 11

1 (20) Pittsburgh; QB Kenny Pickett
4 (115) Denver; CB Damarri Mathis

27 Mississippi State 12

1 (9) Seattle (from Denver): OT Charles Cross
3 (68) Cleveland (from Houston): CB Martin Emerson

T23 Arizona State 13

3 (91) Tampa Bay: RB Rachaad White
4 (121) New England (from Kansas City): CB Jack Jones
5 (147) New York Giants: DT DJ Davidson
7 (237) Detroit (from Philadelphia): CB Chase Lucas

T23 Nebraska 13

2 (51) Philadelphia; C Cameron Jurgens
2 (60) Cincinnati (from Tampa Bay): CB Cam Taylor-Britt
7 (258) Green Bay; WR Samori Toure

T23 Purdue 13

1 (30) Kansas City; DE George Karlaftis
3 (99) Cleveland; WR David Bell
7 (260) Los Angeles Chargers; FB Zander Horvath

T23 San Diego State 13

3 (87) Arizona; DE Cameron Thomas
4 (112) New York Giants (from Chicago): TE Daniel Bellinger
6 (180) Buffalo (from Jacksonville): P Matt Araiza
6 (186) Chicago; OT Zachary Thomas

22 North Carolina 14

3 (67) New York Giants; OG Joshua Ezeudu
5 (144) Washington (from Carolina): QB Sam Howell
5 (169) Minnesota (from Las Vegas): RB Ty Chandler
5 (173) New York Giants (from Kansas City): OG Marcus McKethan

2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College
Top 5 | 6-10 | 11-20 | 21-50 | 51-105
2022 NFL Draft Conference Rankings
2023 NFL Draft Top 32 Prospects

NEXT: 2022 NFL Draft Rankings By College: Top 20

2022 NFL Draft Rankings By College: Top 20

A group gets 7 points for each preliminary draft choice, 6 for a 2nd, 5 for a 3rd, 4 for a 4th, 3 for a 5th, 2 for a 6th, and 1 for a seventh round choice.

T18 Houston 15

2 (33) Tampa Bay (from Jacksonville): EDGE Logan Hall
3 (85) New England; CB Marcus Jones
4 (141) Baltimore; CB Damarion Williams

T18 Iowa State 15

2 (36) New York Jets (from NY Giants): RB Breece Hall,
4 (116) Denver (from Seattle): DE Eyioma Uwazurike,
4 (128) Baltimore (from Arizona): TE Charlie Kolar,
7 (262) San Francisco; QB Brock Purdy,

T18 Minnesota 15

2 (40) Seattle (from Denver): EDGE Boye Mafe
4 (110) Baltimore (from NY Giants): OT Daniel Faalele
5 (165) Minnesota (from Las Vegas): DE Esizi Otomewo
6 (218) Tampa Bay (from LA Rams): TE Ko Kleft

T18 USC 15

1 (8) Atlanta; WR Drake London
2 (61) San Francisco; EDGE Drake Jackson
6 (201) Arizona; RB Keontay Ingram

17 Florida 16

1 (23) Buffalo (from Arizona): CB Kaiir Elam
3 (95) Cincinnati; DE Zachary Carter
4 (107) Houston (from Detroit): RB Deameon Pierce

16 Wisconsin 17

3 (103) Kansas City; POUND Leo Chenal
3 (104) Los Angeles Rams; OG Logan Bruss
4 (129) Dallas; TE Jake Ferguson
6 (206) Denver (from Tampa Bay): DE Matt Henningsen
7 (232) Denver; CB Faion Hicks

T14 Ole Miss 18

2 (56) Dallas; EDGE Sam Williams,
3 (94) Carolina (from New England): QB Matt Corral
5 (154) Jacksonville (from Philadelphia): RB Snoop Conner
6 (219) Tennessee; POUND Chance Campbell
7 (225) Pittsburgh (from NY Jets): POUND Mark Robinson
7 (236) Los Angeles Chargers; CB Deane Leonard

T14 Tennessee 18

2 (49) New Orleans; CB Alontae Taylor
3 (71) Chicago; WR Velus Jones
5 (175) Las Vegas (from LA Rams): DT Matthew Butler
6 (199) Carolina (from Las Vegas): OG Cade Mays
6 (204) Tennessee; S Theo Jackson

13 UCLA 19

3 (80) Denver (from Houston): TE Greg Dulcich
3 (92) Green Bay; OT/OG Sean Rhyan
5 (160) Los Angeles Chargers; DT Otito Ogbonnia
5 (163) Tennessee (from NY Jets) ; WR Kyle Phillips
6 (211) Los Angeles Rams; S Quentin Lake
7 (250) Las Vegas (from Minnesota): RB Brittain Brown

2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College
Top 5 | 6-10 | 11-20 | 21-50 | 51-105
2022 NFL Draft Conference Rankings
2023 NFL Draft Top 32 Prospects

NEXT: 2022 NFL Draft Rankings By College: Top 10

2022 NFL Draft Rankings By College: Top 10

A group gets 7 points for each preliminary draft choice, 6 for a 2nd, 5 for a 3rd, 4 for a 4th, 3 for a 5th, 2 for a 6th, and 1 for a seventh round choice.

T10 Kentucky 20

2 (43) New York Giants (from Atlanta): WR Wan’Dale Robinson
2 (46) Detroit (from Minnesota): DE Joshua Paschal
3 (65) Jacksonville; C Luke Fortner
5 (145) Kansas City (from Seattle): OG/OT Darian Kinnard

T10 Texas A&M 20

1 (15) Houston (from Philadelphia): OG Kenyon Green
3 (84) Pittsburgh; DT DeMarvin Leal
4 (117) New York Jets (from Minnesota): DE Michael Clemons
4 (123) Los Angeles Chargers; RB Isaiah Spiller

T10 Washington 20

1 (21) Kansas City (from New England): CB Trent McDuffie
2 (39) Chicago; CB Kyler Gordon
4 (106) Tampa Bay (from Jacksonville) ; TE Cade Otton
5 (171) Denver (from Green Bay): C Luke Wattenberg

9 Oklahoma 22

2 (64) Denver (from LA Rams): EDGE Nik Bonitto
3 (66) Detroit; POUND Brian Asamoah
4 (108) Cleveland (from Houston): DT Perrion Winfrey
5 (152) Denver; S Delarrin Turner-Yell
6 (202) Cleveland (from Dallas): WR Michael Woods
7 (223) Cleveland from Detroit): DE Isaiah Thomas
7 (257) Arizona; OG Marquis Hayes

T7 Baylor 25

2 (37) Houston: S Jalen Pitre
2 (50) New England (from Kansas City): WR Tyquan Thornton
3 (79) Los Angeles Chargers: S JT Woods
3 (89) Buffalo: POUND Terrel Bernard
6 (203) Chicago (from Buffalo): RB Trestan Ebner
7 (242) Carolina (from New England): CB Kalon Barnes

T7 Penn State 25

1 (16) Washington (from New Orleans): WR Jahan Dotson
2 (38) Atlanta (from NY Jets): DE Arnold Ebiketie
4 (120) Carolina (from New Orleans): POUND Brandon Smith
4 (130) Baltimore (from Buffalo): P Jordan Stout
6 (221) San Francisco; CB Tariq Castro-Fields
7 (249) Green Bay; OT Rasheed Walker
7 (256) Arizona; POUND Jesse Luketa

6 Ohio State 28

1 (10) New York Jets (from Seattle): WR Garrett Wilson
1 (11) New Orleans (from Washington): WR Chris Olave
3 (69) Tennessee (from NY Jets): OT Nicholas Petit-Frere
3 (101) New York Jets (from Philadelphia): TE Jeremy Ruckert
5 (158) Seattle (from Kansas City): DE Tyreke Smith
7 (238) Las Vegas (from LA Rams): OT Thayer Munford

2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College
Top 5 | 6-10 | 11-20 | 21-50 | 51-105
2022 NFL Draft Conference Rankings
2023 NFL Draft Top 32 Prospects

NEXT: 2022 NFL Draft Rankings By College: Top 5

2022 NFL Draft Rankings By College: Top 5

A group gets 7 points for each preliminary draft choice, 6 for a 2nd, 5 for a 3rd, 4 for a 4th, 3 for a 5th, 2 for a 6th, and 1 for a seventh round choice.

5 Michigan 31

1 (2) Detroit; DE Aidan Hutchinson
1 (31) Cincinnati; S Daxton Hill
2 (45) Baltimore; EDGE David Ojabo
2 (48) Chicago (from LA Chargers): S Jaquan Brisker
4 (131) Tennessee; RB Hasaan Haskins
7 (245) New England (from Dallas): OG Andrew Stueber

4 LSU 39

1 (3) Houston; CB Derek Stingley Jr.
2 (59) Minnesota (from Green Bay): OG Ed Ingram
3 (81) New York Giants (from Miami): CB Cardale Flott
3 (93) San Francisco; RB Tyrion Davis-Price
4 (124) Cleveland (from Philadelphia): PK Cade York
4 (126) Las Vegas; DT Neil Farrell
5 (176) Dallas; POUND Damone Clark
6 (205) Houston (from Green Bay): OT Austin Deculus
6 (210) New England (from LA Rams): OG Chasen Hines
7 (248) Tampa Bay; DE Andre Anthony

T2 Alabama 40

1 (7) New York Giants (from Chicago): OT Evan Neal
1 (12) Detroit (from Minnesota): WR Jameson Williams
2 (44) Houston (from Cleveland: WR John Metchie
2 (47) Washington (from Indianapolis): DT Phidarian Mathis
3 (75) Houston (from Denver): POUND Christian Harris
3 (98) Washington (from New Orleans): RB Brian Robinson
4 (119) Baltimore: CB Jalyn Armour Davis

T2 Cincinnati 40

1 (4) New York Jets: CB Ahmad Gardner
2 (53) Indianapolis (from Green Bay): WR Alec Pierce
2 (62) Kansas City: S Bryan Cook
3 (74) Atlanta: QB Desmond Ridder
3 (100) Arizona (from Baltimore): DE Myjai Sanders
4 (109) Seattle (from NY Jets): CB Coby Bryant
5 (156) Cleveland (from Minnesota): RB Jerome Ford
6 (182) New York Giants: POUND Darrian Beavers
6 (216) Indianapolis: DT Curtis Brooks

1 Georgia 73

1 (1) Jacksonville; DE Travon Walker
1 (13) Philadelphia (from Houston): DT Jordan Davis
1 (22) Green Bay (from Las Vegas): POUND Quay Walker
1 (28) Green Bay; DT Devonte Wyatt
1 (32) Minnesota (from Detroit): S Lewis Cine
2 (52) Pittsburgh; WR George Pickens
2 (63) Buffalo (from Cincinnati): RB James Cook
3 (83) Philadelphia; POUND Nakobe Dean
3 (102) Miami (from San Francisco): POUND Channing Tidall
4 (122) Las Vegas (from Minnesota): RB Zamir White
4 (133) Tampa Bay; P Jake Camarda
6 (190) Atlanta; OG Justin Shaffer
6 (195) Los Angeles Chargers; OG Jamaree Sayler
6 (212) Los Angeles Rams; CB Derion Kendrick
6 (213) Atlanta; TE John FitzPatrick

2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College
Top 5 | 6-10 | 11-20 | 21-50 | 51-105
2022 NFL Draft Conference Rankings
2023 NFL Draft Top 32 Prospects

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