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Saccopoo Memorial Draft Forum>*** 2022 Mock Draft Megathread ***
duncan_idaho 12:45 PM 11-23-2021
Got a mock? Pop it in this thread. Include a picture if you want. Explain your reasoning if you want. Talk about your crushes... if you want.

See a good "pro" mock? Link it up in here and I'll add it to the OP.

Duncan's latest mock

Site
Pro Football Network

Draft slot: 29

The picks
1.31 | TRADE with Jacksonville for 2.40 and 2.75. (Another trade happened at 96 but I fotget the exact details on it now)
2.40Drake Jackson, DE, USC. Jackson is a versatile edge defender who can play effectively anywhere from 260-275 pounds. He's explosive and quick and diverse, and he would pump much-needed youth and pass rush ability into the Chiefs DE unit.

2.61 | Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada. At least on this site, this pick is a solid spot to try to address WR. I switch it up and try to shamelessly make kccrow happy by taking someone he turned me on to. Has size, speed, can stack DBs down the field, and has had success working in the slot or on the outside.

3.75 | Arnold Ebiketie, DE, Penn State. I double-down on DE in this mock, and land a super athletic DE from a program that has been churning out athletic freaks. With Ebiketie and Jackson, my DE room is now younger and dynamic and has a pair of potentially studly bookends.

4.99 | Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming. If you're still pining about Logan Wilson, you'll like this pick. Muma's profile is very similar to Wilson's - he projects as a 3-down LB who fills downhill well. Use him as a SAM. Use him as a WILL. Hell, you can probably use him in the middle if you want.

4.131 | Tyler Smith, OT, Tulsa. Smith's stock is starting to rise and he hasn't officially declared, but if he has, this would be an awesome set up. Smith is large and athletic enough to be a quality swing tackle and good starter at RT with some development time.

5.157 | Tariq Castro-Fields, CB, Penn State. Castro-Fields is a good-enough athlete with really long arms - would be a nice outside corner fit for the Chiefs and, with his length, would be a nice asset to deal with 9 routes to big receivers.

7.232 | Bubba Bolden, S, Miami. I think his ranking is way, way off on this site. But if he's there in real life, I would rush to podium and add a nice SS/third safety prospect. Would fit nicely in the role Sorenson has been filling.

7.249 | Peyton Hendershot, TE, Indiana. This seems like a safe spot to roll the dice on a really talented player with some off-field questions, if you get through interviews and assume he's solid. Could be an absolute steal if he keeps his nose clean.

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Direckshun 01:37 PM 11-23-2021
Honestly would not surprise me to see the Chiefs drop a few picks to add an additional 4th & 5th.

The Chiefs do not have a 6th, however.
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duncan_idaho 02:21 PM 11-23-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
Honestly would not surprise me to see the Chiefs drop a few picks to add an additional 4th & 5th.

The Chiefs do not have a 6th, however.
They get the Ravens 6th as part of the Brown trade.
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Direckshun 04:57 PM 11-23-2021
Originally Posted by duncan_idaho:
They get the Ravens 6th as part of the Brown trade.
The Chiefs entered the 2021 offseason with two 6ths lined up for 2022. One was their natural 6th round pick, the other was one we inherited from the Ravens for Orlando Brown.

One (never clarified which) was traded for Mike Hughes. The other (never clarified which) was traded for Melvin Ingram.
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duncan_idaho 05:29 PM 11-23-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
The Chiefs entered the 2021 offseason with two 6ths lined up for 2022. One was their natural 6th round pick, the other was one we inherited from the Ravens for Orlando Brown.

One (never clarified which) was traded for Mike Hughes. The other (never clarified which) was traded for Melvin Ingram.
LOL. I had already forgotten about the Hughes trade. My bad. The lack of clarification is probably why it isn't updated on the draft sites yet.
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Chris Meck 05:28 AM 11-24-2021
I run mock drafts every morning while I properly caffeinate. I like a lot of those players, and have taken them myself many times although I'm not sure they'd be around where you've taken them. Everything from round 3 on I can't find those guys at those slots and have to take them a round earlier.
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Direckshun 11:15 AM 12-02-2021
My mock:

1.26. OT Nicholas Petit-Frere, Ohio State
2.47. WR David Bell, Purdue
3.88. DE Zachary Carter, Florida
4.119. S Nick Cross, Maryland
--mock draft gave us a 6th that we don't have--
7.224. LB Owen Pappoe, Auburn
7.244. CB De'Jahn Warren, Jackson State
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kccrow 08:05 PM 12-02-2021
Kansas City Receives:
2022: Round 2, Pick 33
2022: Round 3, Pick 97
2022: Round 5, Pick 177
2022: Round 6, Pick 216
2022: Round 7, Pick 232
2023: Round 7

Detroit Receives:
2022: Round 1, Pick 26
2022: Round 6, Pick 209 (Wasn't required but I threw it in there since we don't have it anyhow)

Hell of a bargain trade for me on first go...

33 Round: 2 Jameson Williams WR | Alabama TRADE
57 Round: 2 Jermaine Johnson EDGE | Florida State
90 Round: 3 Zach Charbonnet RB | UCLA
97 Round: 3 Travis Jones DL | UConn TRADE
127 Round: 4 Coby Bryant CB | Cincinnati
177 Round: 5 Kenderick Duncan Jr. S | Louisville TRADE
216 Round: 6 Josh Ross LB | Michigan TRADE
229 Round: 7 Damone Clark LB | LSU
232 Round: 7 Marquis Hayes IOL | Oklahoma TRADE
235 Round: 7 Tyler Vrabel OT | Boston College
243 Round: 7 Emeka Emezie WR | NC State
257 Round: 7 Neil Farrell Jr. DL | LSU
258 Round: 7 Kyle Phillips WR | UCLA
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duncan_idaho 08:50 PM 12-02-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
My mock:

1.26. OT Nicholas Petit-Frere, Ohio State
2.47. WR David Bell, Purdue
3.88. DE Zachary Carter, Florida
4.119. S Nick Cross, Maryland
--mock draft gave us a 6th that we don't have--
7.224. LB Owen Pappoe, Auburn
7.244. CB De'Jahn Warren, Jackson State
I like this. Started to do one on Draft Network and got annoyed that they have the 2nd round pick slot jacked up.

I like Warren and think he fits KC's profile nicely.
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duncan_idaho 08:51 PM 12-02-2021
Originally Posted by kccrow:
Kansas City Receives:
2022: Round 2, Pick 33
2022: Round 3, Pick 97
2022: Round 5, Pick 177
2022: Round 6, Pick 216
2022: Round 7, Pick 232
2023: Round 7

Detroit Receives:
2022: Round 1, Pick 26
2022: Round 6, Pick 209 (Wasn't required but I threw it in there since we don't have it anyhow)

Hell of a bargain trade for me on first go...

33 Round: 2 Jameson Williams WR | Alabama TRADE
57 Round: 2 Jermaine Johnson EDGE | Florida State
90 Round: 3 Zach Charbonnet RB | UCLA
97 Round: 3 Travis Jones DL | UConn TRADE
127 Round: 4 Coby Bryant CB | Cincinnati
177 Round: 5 Kenderick Duncan Jr. S | Louisville TRADE
216 Round: 6 Josh Ross LB | Michigan TRADE
229 Round: 7 Damone Clark LB | LSU
232 Round: 7 Marquis Hayes IOL | Oklahoma TRADE
235 Round: 7 Tyler Vrabel OT | Boston College
243 Round: 7 Emeka Emezie WR | NC State
257 Round: 7 Neil Farrell Jr. DL | LSU
258 Round: 7 Kyle Phillips WR | UCLA
That's a lot of 7th round picks!

I think Charbonnet is going to be a great NFL back. I keep trying to find a way to mock him to KC and never feeling like the value is there for him.
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Direckshun 10:40 PM 12-02-2021
Originally Posted by kccrow:
Kansas City Receives:
2022: Round 2, Pick 33
2022: Round 3, Pick 97
2022: Round 5, Pick 177
2022: Round 6, Pick 216
2022: Round 7, Pick 232
2023: Round 7

Detroit Receives:
2022: Round 1, Pick 26
2022: Round 6, Pick 209 (Wasn't required but I threw it in there since we don't have it anyhow)

Hell of a bargain trade for me on first go...

33 Round: 2 Jameson Williams WR | Alabama TRADE
57 Round: 2 Jermaine Johnson EDGE | Florida State
90 Round: 3 Zach Charbonnet RB | UCLA
97 Round: 3 Travis Jones DL | UConn TRADE
127 Round: 4 Coby Bryant CB | Cincinnati
177 Round: 5 Kenderick Duncan Jr. S | Louisville TRADE
216 Round: 6 Josh Ross LB | Michigan TRADE
229 Round: 7 Damone Clark LB | LSU
232 Round: 7 Marquis Hayes IOL | Oklahoma TRADE
235 Round: 7 Tyler Vrabel OT | Boston College
243 Round: 7 Emeka Emezie WR | NC State
257 Round: 7 Neil Farrell Jr. DL | LSU
258 Round: 7 Kyle Phillips WR | UCLA
Thatís not remotely realistic but Iíll allow it.

What site do you use?
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kccrow 12:13 AM 12-03-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
Thatís not remotely realistic but Iíll allow it.

What site do you use?
I used the one in duncan's op. Kept everything default (strict trades) believe it or not.

As for the realism, I think that would be too much for Detroit to give up, plus them jumping back into the 1st for a 3rd pick is probably unrealistic too. That and the players... I feel like Ross and Clark are day 2 guys and Vrabel probably is too. Also think Jameson Williams is a top 20 guy.
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kccrow 12:15 AM 12-03-2021
Originally Posted by duncan_idaho:
That's a lot of 7th round picks!

I think Charbonnet is going to be a great NFL back. I keep trying to find a way to mock him to KC and never feeling like the value is there for him.
If the Chiefs did go RB early on in day 2, he'd probably be my guy. He's got the size the Chiefs like and he runs with great initial burst and power, and never gives up on a run. I think he's a round 2 guy though unless he runs slower than I expect.
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duncan_idaho 09:35 AM 12-03-2021
Added an updated mock in the OP.

Here's my recap/thoughts on it.

I think this fills a lot of needs for KC, but more long-term. Enagbare would likely need to be used in a rotation initially - not ready for full-time duty, same with Walker.

I think Williams and Ball can help immediately, though, as can Rodriguez (who would be a major upgrade from Darrell Williams as the "big" back and might threaten CEH for the bulk of carries).

Warren is depth in year 1, but has the traits to be a really good starting corner in this system.
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staylor26 12:23 PM 12-03-2021
Jameson Williams in the 1st = instant wood
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