bigWRguy's Mid Season 2022 Draft Rankings

It has been quite some time since I've updated any of my rankings, but as we are now a good bit through the season, I feel that it is a good time to revisit these. These will be my rankings for players eligible for the 2022 NFL Draft. Just a reminder that these are far from final, there is still 174 days till the Draft, this is just where I’m currently at. Lets start first with QBs.

1. Matt Corral
Ole Miss 6'1" 205lbs
2. Carson Strong
Nevada 6'4" 215lbs
3. Malik Willis
Liberty 6'1" 215lbs
4. Kenny Pickett
Pittsburgh 6'3" 220lbs
5. Sam Howell
North Carolina 6'1" 220lbs
6. Grayson McCall
Coastal Carolina 6'3" 210lbs
7. Desmond Ridder
Cincinnati 6'4" 215lbs
8. Phil Jurkovec
Boston College 6'5" 226lbs
9. Will Levis
Kentucky 6'3" 232lbs
10. Brennan Armstrong
Virginia 6'2" 215lbs

Honorable Mentions: Brock Purdy - Iowa State, Sam Hartman - Wake Forest, Bo Nix - Auburn, Bailey Zappe - Western Kentucky, JT Daniels - Georgia.

For the purposes of this list, I have chosen to exclude Spencer Rattler, as I would be surprised at this point if he were to declare. As a group, this is a pretty big drop-off in talent when comparing it to last years class. Corral was my top ranked 2022 eligible QB coming into this season, and that remains the same as he has shown even more improvement from last year. Right now though, at best, Corral would have been my 4th ranked QB in last years group. We don't quite have those high end prospects this year, but we do have some guys with very enticing tools. All the players in my top 3, I consider to have high end arm talents, some more refined than others though. I see Matt Corral as the clear 1 of this group, and then Strong and Willis being pretty close together. I'm not as sold on Pickett's or Howell's NFL upside, but they both do have their own promising traits. Everyone after that I wouldn't expect to reach anything past a backup role in the league.

1. Isaiah Spiller
Texas A&M 6'1" 215lbs
2. Breece Hall
Iowa State 6'1" 220lbs