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2022 TGIS Big Board – Top 150

1AidanHutchinsonEDGEMichigan6065260SR
2EvanNealOTAlabama6074337JR
3AhmadGardnerCBCincinnati6026190JR
4CharlesCrossOTMississippi St.6046307SO
5IkemEkwonuOTNC State6040325JR
6JermaineJohnson IIEDGEFlorida State6043259SR
7GarrettWilsonWROhio St.5116183JR
8DerekStingley Jr.CBLSU6010195JR
9TravonWalkerEDGEGeorgia6050275JR
10KyleHamiltonSNotre Dame6041220JR
11JamesonWilliamsWRAlabama6014179JR
12DevinLloydLBUtah6026237SR
13NakobeDeanLBGeorgia5112229JR
14KayvonThibodeauxEDGEOregon6040254JR
15GeorgeKarlaftisEDGEPurdue6040270JR
16JahanDotsonWRPenn State5105178SR
17DevonteWyattDLGeorgia6026307SR
18TrentMcDuffieCBWashington5106193JR
19DaxtonHillSMichigan6002191JR
20RogerMcCrearyCBAuburn5110189SR
21ChrisOlaveWROhio St.6003187SR
22TreylonBurksWRArkansas6020225JR
23DrakeLondonWRUSC6037219JR
24TylerLinderbaumCIowa6021296JR
25MalikWillisQBLiberty6003220SR
26LewisCineSGeorgia6022199JR
27JordanDavisDLGeorgia6063341SR
28JalenPitreSBaylor5106196SR
29TrevorPenningOTNorthern Iowa6066330SR
30BoyeMafeEDGEMinnesota6036261SR
31ZionJohnsonOGBoston College6025312SR
32PerrionWinfreyDLOklahoma6036303SR
33KennyPickettQBPittsburgh6032217SR
34KennethWalkerRBMichigan State5092211JR
35KenyonGreenOGTexas A&M6037323JR
36TravisJonesDLConnecticut6043325SR
37ChristianWatsonWRNorth Dakota State6041208SR
38ChristianHarrisLBAlabama6004226JR
39AbrahamLucasOTWashington State6063315SR
40ArnoldEbiketieEDGEPenn State6023250SR
41AndrewBooth Jr.CBClemson6002194JR
42KylerGordonCBWashington5114194JR
43GeorgePickensWRGeorgia6032195JR
44KaiirElamCBFlorida6014191JR
45TreyMcBrideTEColorado State6035246SR
46TylerSmithOTTulsa6045324JR
47DavidOjaboEDGEMichigan6040250JR
48PhidarianMathisDLAlabama6037313SR
49BreeceHallRBIowa State5112217JR
50CarsonStrongQBNevada6036226JR
51SeanRhyanOTUCLA6045321JR
52GregDulcichTEUCLA6040243JR
53MattCorralQBOle Miss6015212JR
54LoganHallDLHouston6061283SR
55ChanningTindallLBGeorgia6017230SR
56EdIngramOGLSU6032307SR
57ChadMumaLBWyoming6020241SR
58SkyyMooreWRWestern Michigan5095195JR
59QuayWalkerLBGeorgia6036241SR
60JoshPaschalEDGEKentucky6025268SR
61JamareeSalyerOGGeorgia6030321SR
62BernhardRaimannOTCentral Michigan6061304SR
63TroyAndersenLBMontana St.6034243SR
64KingsleyEnagbareEDGESouth Carolina6036258SR
65KhalilShakirWRBoise State5117196SR
66CamJurgensCNebraska6027303JR
67DeMarvinLealDLTexas A&M6037283JR
68AlecPierceWRCincinnati6031211SR
69DesmondRidderQBCincinnati6033211SR
70JaquanBriskerSPenn State6013199SR
71SamHowellQBNorth Carolina6005218JR
72DarianKinnardOGKentucky6053322SR
73KyrenWilliamsRBNotre Dame5092194SO
74SamWilliamsEDGEOle Miss6035261SR
75CobyBryantCBCincinnati6013193SR
76MarquisHayesOGOklahoma6047318SR
77DeAngeloMaloneEDGEWestern Kentucky6032243SR
78CamTaylor-BrittCBNebraska5105196SR
79ColeStrangeOGChattanooga6047307SR
80JohnMetchie IIIWRAlabama5112187JR
81KerbyJosephSIllinois6005200SR
82NeilFarrell Jr.DLLSU6042330SR
83JamesCookRBGeorgia5110199SR
84BoMeltonWRRutgers5107191SR
85IsaiahSpillerRBTexas A&M6003217JR
86MartinEmersonCBMississippi State6015201JR
87BrianRobinson Jr.RBAlabama6015225SR
88DominiqueRobinsonEDGEMiami (Ohio)6047253SR
89ZamirWhiteRBGeorgia5116214JR
90DavidBellWRPurdue6007212JR
91JackJonesCBArizona State5106177SR
92BryanCookSCincinnati6010204SR
93TariqCastro-FieldsCBPenn State6005197SR
94NickCrossSMaryland6001212SO
95MyjaiSandersEDGECincinnati6052247SR
96LukeFortnerCKentcky6041307SR
97DylanParhamCMemphis6025311SR
98PierreStrongRBSouth Dakota St.5113207SR
99DannyGrayWRSMU5117186SR
100JelaniWoodsTEVirginia6071253SR
101NicholasPetit-FrereOTOhio State6051316JR
102DrakeJacksonEDGEUSC6040255JR
103Wan’DaleRobinsonWRKentucky5080178JR
104CameronThomasEDGESan Diego St.6040264JR
105MalcolmRodriguezLBOklahoma St.5110232SR
106MarcusJonesCBHouston5080174SR
107JTWoodsSBaylor6021195SR
108AlexWrightEDGEUAB6070270JR
109DanielBellingerTESan Diego State6047253SR
110TariqWoolenCBUTSA6041205SR
111JalenTolbertWRSouth Alabama6012195SR
112DanielFaaleleOTMinnesota6081387SR
113ZachTomCWake Forest6042304SR
114VelusJones Jr.WRTennessee5116204SR
115JohnRidgewayDLArkansas6046327SR
116DarrianBeaversEDGECincinnati6035243SR
117DameonPierceRBFlorida5095218SR
118CalvinAustin IIIWRMemphis5076170SR
119IsaiahLikelyTECoastal Carolina6044245SR
120MichealClemonsEDGETexas A&M6052263SR
121JoJoDomannLBNebraska6012228SR
122JalynArmour-DavisCBAlabama6005197JR
123JerrionEalyRBMississippi5081189JR
124BrianAsamoahLBOklahoma6002226JR
125AbramSmithRBBaylor5115213SR
126KalonBarnesCBBaylor5114183SR
127JeremyRuckertTEOhio State6054252SR
128MatthewButlerDLTennessee6037297SR
129TylerAllgeierRBBYU5106224JR
130DamarriMathisCBPittsburgh5105197SR
131ChristopherAllenEDGEAlabama6034242SR
132TyquanThorntonWRBaylor6023181SR
133EricJohnsonDLMissouri State6042300SR
134VeroneMcKinley IIISOregon5111193SO
135TylerBadieRBMissouri5080197SR
136JoshuaWilliamsCBFayetteville State6027195SR
137AmareBarnoEDGEVirginia Tech6045246SR
138DamoneClarkLBLSU6024239SR
139RasheedWalkerOTPenn State6055313JR
140JackSanbornLBWisconsin6015234SR
141SnoopConnerRBMississippi5101222JR
142HaskellGarrettDLOhio State6021300SR
143RachaadWhiteRBArizona State6003214SR
144CordaleFlottCBLSU6004175JR
145MattAraizaPSan Diego State6011200JR
146TyrionDavis-PriceRBLSU6003211JR
147BrandonSmithLBPenn State6034250JR
148MaxMitchellOTLouisiana6062307SR
149BaileyZappeQBWestern Kentucky6004215SR
150KennedyBrooksRBOklahoma5105209JR

2022 TGIS NFL Draft Position Rankings

QBNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1MalikWillisLiberty6004219SR
2KennyPickettPittsburgh6032217SR
3CarsonStrongNevada6036226JR
4MattCorralOle Miss6015212JR
5DesmondRidderCincinnati6033211SR
6SamHowellNorth Carolina6005218JR
7BaileyZappeWestern Kentucky6004215SR
8JackCoanNotre Dame6032218SR
9EJPerryBrown6015211SR
10KalebElebyWestern Michigan6006208JR
11ColeKelleySoutheastern Louisiana6073249SR
12DustinCrumKent State6010210SR
13BrockPurdyIowa State6005212SR
14SkylarThompsonKansas State6017217SR
15ChaseGarbersCal6017215SR
16D’EriqKingMiami5086196SR
17AqeelGlassAlabama A&M6050215SR
RB
1KennethWalkerMichigan State5092211JR
2BreeceHallIowa State5112217JR
3KyrenWilliamsNotre Dame5092194SO
4JamesCookGeorgia5110199SR
5IsaiahSpillerTexas A&M6003217JR
6BrianRobinson Jr.Alabama6015225SR
7ZamirWhiteGeorgia5116214JR
8PierreStrongSouth Dakota St.5113207SR
9DameonPierceFlorida5095218SR
10JerrionEalyMississippi5081189JR
11AbramSmithBaylor5115213SR
12TylerAllgeierBYU5106224JR
13TylerBadieMissouri5080197SR
14SnoopConnerMississippi5101222JR
15RachaadWhiteArizona State6003214SR
16TyrionDavis-PriceLSU6003211JR
17KennedyBrooksOklahoma5105209JR
18JeromeFordCincinnati5104210JR
19HassanHaskinsMichigan6016228JR
20ZonovanKnightNorth Carolina State5107209JR
21IsaihPachecoRutgers5103216SR
22KeontayIngramUSC5116221SR
23D’VontePriceFlorida International6013210SR
24TyChandlerNorth Carolina5112204SR
25TylerGoodsonIowa5090197JR
26KevinHarrisSouth Carolina5097221JR
27MaxBorghiWashington State5093210JR
28JashaunCorbinFlorida State5111202JR
29JaylenWarrenOklahoma St.5080204SR
30TrestanEbnerBaylor5106206SR
31SincereMcCormickUTSA5084205JR
32C.J.VerdellOregon5076194SR
33RonnieRiversFresno State5074195SR
34MasterTeague IIIOhio State5110225JR
35ZaQuandreWhiteSouth Carolina6001206SR
36Cam’RonHarrisMiami5100210SR
37LeddieBrownWest Virginia6002206SR
38TJPledgerUtah5082192SR
39GregBellSan Diego State5104201SR
40BJBaylorOregon State5100202SR
FB
1ConnorHeywardMichigan State5111233SR
2JeremiahHallOklahoma6014239SR
3ClintRatkovichNorthern Illinois6005236SR
WR
1GarrettWilsonOhio St.5116183JR
2JamesonWilliamsAlabama6014179JR
3JahanDotsonPenn State5105178SR
4ChrisOlaveOhio St.6003187SR
5TreylonBurksArkansas6020225JR
6DrakeLondonUSC6037219JR
7ChristianWatsonNorth Dakota State6041208SR
8GeorgePickensGeorgia6032195JR
9SkyyMooreWestern Michigan5095195JR
10KhalilShakirBoise State5117196SR
11AlecPierceCincinnati6031211SR
12JohnMetchie IIIAlabama5112187JR
13BoMeltonRutgers5107191SR
14DavidBellPurdue6007212JR
15DannyGraySMU5117186SR
16Wan’DaleRobinsonKentucky5080178JR
17JalenTolbertSouth Alabama6012195SR
18VelusJones Jr.Tennessee5116204SR
19CalvinAustin IIIMemphis5076170SR
20TyquanThorntonBaylor6023181SR
21KevinAustin Jr.Notre Dame6023200JR
22JustynRossClemson6035205JR
23ErikEzukanmaTexas Tech6017209JR
24JalenNailorMichigan State5112186JR
25Dai’JeanDixonNicholls State6025205SR
26IsaiahWestonNorthern Iowa6034214SR
27CharlestonRamboMiami6005178SR
28RomeoDoubsNevada6017201SR
29MakaiPolkMississippi State6031195SO
30MikeWoodsOklahoma6011204SR
31KylePhillipsUCLA5112189SR
32DontarioDrummondMississippi6007215SR
33JoshJohnsonTulsa5104183SR
34TannerConnerIdaho State6030230SR
35ReggieRoberson Jr.SMU6010197SR
36TreTurnerVirginia Tech6013184SR
37DevonWilliamsOregon6050210JR
38BraylonSandersMississippi6001194SR
39JohnnyJohnson IIIOregon5117197SR
40SamoriToureNebraska6007191SR
41JerrethSternsWestern Kentucky5073178JR
42TyFryfogleIndiana6011204SR
43JaquariiRobersonWake Forest6007186SR
44StanleyBerryhill IIIArizona5096182SR
45SladeBoldenAlabama5105193JR
46TayMartinOklahoma St.6014184SR
TE
1TreyMcBrideColorado State6035246SR
2GregDulcichUCLA6040243JR
3JelaniWoodsVirginia6071253SR
4DanielBellingerSan Diego State6047253SR
5IsaiahLikelyCoastal Carolina6044245SR
6JeremyRuckertOhio State6054252SR
7JakeFergusonWisconsin6047250SR
8ColeTurnerNevada6064249SR
9PeytonHendershotIndiana6041250SR
10CadeOttonWashington6050247SR
11CharlieKolarIowa State6064252SR
12ChigoziemOkonkwoMaryland6024238JR
13JamesMitchellVirginia Tech6040249SR
14JalenWydermyerTexas A&M6037255JR
15GrantCalcaterraSMU6037241SR
16AustinAllenNebraska6075253SR
17ChaseAllenIowa State6064252SR
OT
1EvanNealAlabama6074337JR
2CharlesCrossMississippi St.6046307SO
3IkemEkwonuNC State6040310JR
4TrevorPenningNorthern Iowa6071325SR
5AbrahamLucasWashington State6063315SR
6TylerSmithTulsa6045324JR
7SeanRhyanUCLA6045321JR
8BernhardRaimannCentral Michigan6061304SR
9NicholasPetit-FrereOhio State6051316JR
10DanielFaaleleMinnesota6081387SR
11RasheedWalkerPenn State6055313JR
12MaxMitchellLouisiana6062307SR
13KellenDieschArizona State6071301SR
14DareRosenthalKentucky6066290JR
15SpencerBurfordUTSA6041304SR
16BraxtonJonesSouthern Utah6052310SR
17LoganBrussWisconsin6050309SR
18MattWaletzkoNorth Dakota6075312SR
19ThayerMunfordOhio State6056328SR
20VederianLoweIllinois6045314SR
OG
1ZionJohnsonBoston College6025312SR
2KenyonGreenTexas A&M6037323JR
3EdIngramLSU6032307SR
4JamareeSalyerGeorgia6030321SR
5DarianKinnardKentucky6053322SR
6MarquisHayesOklahoma6047318SR
7ColeStrangeChattanooga6047307SR
8LecitusSmithVirginia Tech6032314SR
9JustinShafferGeorgia6037314SR
10Ja’TyreCarterSouthern6033311SR
11LukeGoedekeCentral Michigan6050312SR
12BenBrownOle Miss6051308SR
13JoshuaEzeuduNorth Carolina6042308JR
14AndrewStueberMichigan6065325SR
15JasonPoeMercer6005300SR
16CadeMaysTennessee6046311SR
17ChrisPaulTulsa6037323SR
18ChasenHinesLSU6026327SR
19WilliamDunkleSan Diego State6047328JR
20ZacharyThomasSan Diego State6047308SR
21MarcusMcKethanNorth Carolina6064340SR
C
1TylerLinderbaumIowa6021296JR
2CamJurgensNebraska6027303JR
3LukeFortnerKentcky6041307SR
4DylanParhamMemphis6025311SR
5ZachTomWake Forest6042304SR
6DawsonDeatonTexas Tech6054306SR
7AlecLindstromBoston College6033296SR
8DohnovanWestArizona State6032296JR
9BrockHoffmanVirginia Tech6034302SR
10DougKramerIllinois6020305SR
DL
1DevonteWyattGeorgia6026307SR
2JordanDavisGeorgia6063341SR
3PerrionWinfreyOklahoma6036303SR
4TravisJonesConnecticut6043325SR
5PhidarianMathisAlabama6037313SR
6LoganHallHouston6061283SR
7DeMarvinLealTexas A&M6037283JR
8NeilFarrell Jr.LSU6042330SR
9JohnRidgewayArkansas6046327SR
10MatthewButlerTennessee6037297SR
11EricJohnsonMissouri State6042300SR
12HaskellGarrettOhio State6021300SR
13KaliaDavisUCF6020310SR
14EyiomaUwazurikeIowa State6060310SR
15D.J.DavidsonArizona State6050325SR
16EseziOtomewoMinnesota6052282SR
17OtitoOgbonniaUCLA6034326SR
18NoahEllissIdaho6042346SR
19ThomasBookerStanford6033301SR
20MarquanMcCallKentucky6024354SR
21ChristopherHintonMichigan6035305JR
22JaydenPeevyTexas A&M6053308SR
23CurtisBrooksCincinnati6020287SR
24BenStilleNebraska6040300SR
25LaBryanRayAlabama6042283SR
EDGE
1AidanHutchinsonMichigan6065260SR
2JermaineJohnson IIFlorida State6034254SR
3TravonWalkerGeorgia6050272JR
4KayvonThibodeauxOregon6040254JR
5GeorgeKarlaftisPurdue6040270JR
6BoyeMafeMinnesota6036261SR
7ArnoldEbiketiePenn State6023250SR
8NikBonittoOklahoma6030248JR
9DavidOjaboMichigan6040250JR
10JoshPaschalKentucky6025268SR
11KingsleyEnagbareSouth Carolina6036258SR
12SamWilliamsOle Miss6035261SR
13DeAngeloMaloneWestern Kentucky6032243SR
14DominiqueRobinsonMiami (Ohio)6047253SR
15MyjaiSandersCincinnati6052247SR
16DrakeJacksonUSC6040255JR
17CameronThomasSan Diego St.6040264JR
18AlexWrightUAB6070270JR
19DarrianBeaversCincinnati6035243SR
20MichealClemonsTexas A&M6052263SR
21ChristopherAllenAlabama6034242SR
22AmareBarnoVirginia Tech6045246SR
23DavidAnenihHouston6030249SR
24JesseLuketaPenn State6027253SR
25IsaiahThomasOklahoma6047266SR
26ZacharyCarterFlorida6042282SR
27JeffreyGunterCoastal Carolina6043258SR
28AdamAndersonGeorgia6040236SR
29MyronTagovailoa-AmosaNotre Dame6022270SR
30TyrekeSmithOhio State6033254SR
31AndreAnthonyLSU6040251SR
32TyreeJohnsonTexas A&M6024248SR
33TreWilliamsArkansas6041253SR
LB
1DevinLloydUtah6026237SR
2NakobeDeanGeorgia5112229JR
3ChristianHarrisAlabama6004226JR
4ChanningTindallGeorgia6017230SR
5ChadMumaWyoming6026239SR
6LeoChenalWisconsin6025250JR
7QuayWalkerGeorgia6036241SR
8TroyAndersenMontana St.6034243SR
9MalcolmRodriguezOklahoma St.5110232SR
10JoJoDomannNebraska6012228SR
11BrianAsamoahOklahoma6002226JR
12DamoneClarkLSU6024239SR
13JackSanbornWisconsin6015234SR
14BrandonSmithPenn State6034250JR
15TerrelBernardBaylor6004220SR
16JeremiahGemmelNorth Carolina6006226SR
17KyronJohnsonKansas6003231SR
18AaronHansfordTexas A&M6021239SR
19D’MarcoJacksonAppalachian State6006233SR
20ChanceCampbellOle Miss6023232SR
21MikeRoseIowa State6037245SR
22DarienButlerArizona State6000225SR
23MicahMcFaddenIndiana6011234SR
24ZakobyMcClainAuburn5113228SR
25BaylonSpectorClemson6011233SR
CB
1AhmadGardnerCincinnati6026190JR
2DerekStingley Jr.LSU6010195JR
3TrentMcDuffieWashington5106193JR
4RogerMcCrearyAuburn5113190SR
5AndrewBooth Jr.Clemson6002194JR
6KaiirElamFlorida6014191JR
7KylerGordonWashington5114194JR
8CobyBryantCincinnati6013193SR
9CamTaylor-BrittNebraska5105196SR
10MartinEmersonMississippi State6015201JR
11JackJonesArizona State5106177SR
12TariqCastro-FieldsPenn State6005197SR
13MarcusJonesHouston5080174SR
14TariqWoolenUTSA6041205SR
15JalynArmour-DavisAlabama6005197JR
16KalonBarnesBaylor5114183SR
17DamarriMathisPittsburgh5105197SR
18JoshuaWilliamsFayetteville State6027195SR
19CordaleFlottLSU6004175JR
20AkaylebEvansMissouri6020197SR
21AlontaeTaylorTennessee6001199SR
22DamarionWilliamsHouston5102182SR
23ZyonMcCollumSam Houston St.6020202SR
24JaylenWatsonWashington St.6014197SR
25JoshJobeAlabama5113182SR
26DecobieDurantSouth Carolina St.5095180SR
27MarioGoodrichClemson6002176SR
28GregoryJuniorOuachita Baptist5117203SR
29MykaelWrightOregon5110178JR
30JoshThompsonTexas5107199SR
31DaronBlandFresno State6002193SR
32DallisFlowersPittsburg6010196SR
33DerionKendrickGeorgia5114202SR
34VincentGrayMichigan6022192JR
35IsaacTaylor-StuartUSC6014201JR
36ChaseLucasArizona State5112180SR
37JermaineWallerVirginia Tech6001180JR
38ChrisSteeleUSC6003187JR
39DaMarcusFieldsTexas Tech5115193SR
40Ja’QuanMcMillianEast Carolina5100183JR
S
1KyleHamiltonNotre Dame6041220JR
2DaxtonHillMichigan6002191JR
3LewisCineGeorgia6022199JR
4JalenPitreBaylor5106196SR
5JaquanBriskerPenn State6013199SR
6KerbyJosephIllinois6005200SR
7BryanCookCincinnati6010204SR
8NickCrossMaryland6001212SO
9JTWoodsBaylor6021195SR
10VeroneMcKinley IIIOregon5111193SO
11TycenAndersonToledo6017209SR
12DaneBeltonIowa6005205JR
13PercyButlerLouisiana6001198SR
14YusufCorkerKentucky5114204SR
15DelarrinTurner-YellOklahoma5102197SR
16BubbaBoldenMiami6021209SR
17MarkqueseBellFlorida A&M6021212SR
18JuanyehThomasGeorgia Tech6006212SR
19LeonO’Neal Jr.Texas A&M6002211SR
20QuentinLakeUCLA6013201SR
21TariqCarpenterGeorgia Tech6027230SR
22SmokeMondayAuburn6016207SR
23SterlingWeatherfordMiami (Ohio)6040224SR
24KolbyHarvell-PeelOklahoma State5115213SR
25NolanTurnerClemson6010202SR
K
1CadeYorkLSU6012206JR
2CameronDickerTexas6007220SR
3AndrewMevisIowa State6024204SR
4GabeBrkicOklahoma6021197JR
5JonathanGaribayTexas Tech6010215SR
P
1MattAraizaSan Diego State6011200JR
2JakeCamardaGeorgia6011193SR
3JordanStoutPenn State6032209SR
4BlakeHayesIllinois6043226SR
5TrentonGillNC State6043220SR
LS
1CalAdomitisPittsburgh6012234SR
2KeeganMarkgrafUtah6027239SR
3JordanSilverArkansas6010235SR

2022 Mock Draft – Vesely

By: Tyler Vesely, TGIS Prez

Round 1

1. Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick: Travon Walker, EDGE, Georgia

Reports are out that head coach Doug Pederson wants Ikem Ekwonu and the GM wants Travon Walker. I believe the GM wins out and takes the high ceiling player that lacks college pass rush production.

2. Detroit Lions

Pick: Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan

The dream scenario for Detroit as the Lions keep Hutchinson in Michigan. The Lions get the best pass rusher in the NFL Draft with the highest floor.

3. Houston Texans

Pick: Ikem Ekwonu, OT, NC State

While the Texans could definitely continue the edge rusher trend with Kayvon Thibodeaux, I see them establishing the offensive line with their first selection in the first round. Ekwonu is an immediate starter at right tackle or guard.

4. New York Jets

Pick: Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati

The Jets were 30th in pass yards allowed in 2021. “Sauce” Gardner immediately steps in as a starter and impact player for the Jets.

5. New York Giants

Pick: Evan Neal, OT, Alabama

The Giants offensive line has been horrible the last few years. Andrew Thomas and Evan Neal give the Giants legitimate starters at tackle for the foreseeable future.

6. Carolina Panthers

Pick: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

I don’t see a quarterback worth taking at six and the Panthers do not have a legitimate left tackle. Charles Cross fills that role as the best pass blocker in this year’s draft.

7. New York Giants

Pick: Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon

The Thibodeaux slide stops here as the Giants draft an edge rusher to pair with Azeez Ojulari.

8. Atlanta Falcons

Pick: Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State

Olamade Zaccheaus is the current WR1…. the Falcons will have their choice of the top wide receivers in this spot and start the run.

9. Seattle Seahawks

Pick: Derek Stingley, CB, LSU

Ed Orgeron and Pete Carroll have a close relationship, so expect Coach O to give an honest assessment of the talented cornerback. I do not believe Stingley drops below this spot.

10. New York Jets

Pick: Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama

Jamo is scheduled to not miss any regular season action with his torn ACL and adds much needed firepower to this Jets’ offense.

11. Washington Commanders

Pick: Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame

While a receiver is possible, I think the Commanders go with Hamilton to command their defense (see what I did there).

12. Minnesota Vikings

Pick: Jermaine Johnson II, EDGE, Florida State

I absolutely love Jermaine Johnson and think this is the lowest he falls. You can never have enough pass rushers and he is the best player remaining.

13. Houston Texans

Pick: Drake London, WR, USC

The Texans need another weapon at receiver other than Brandin Cooks. London fits that role.

14. Baltimore Ravens

Pick: Jordan Davis, DL, Georgia

The Ravens love big defensive lineman. Calais Campbell and Jordan Davis will make for one of the biggest size combinations in the NFL and be great against the run.

15. Philadelphia Eagles

Pick: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

The Eagles still have not established a consistent starter opposite Darius Slay. McDuffie could be that guy.

16. New Orleans Saints

Pick: Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa

The Saints two biggest needs are offensive tackle and wide receiver. Penning fits one of the needs… go down to pick #19 for the other need.

17. Los Angeles Chargers

Pick: Daxton Hill, S, Michigan

I think the Chargers will value Hill’s versatility to play corner as well. Having a combination of JC Jackson, Asante Samuel, and Daxton Hill will do wonders in the pass happy AFC West.

18. Philadelphia Eagles

Pick: George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue

I keep hearing Karlaftis will drop and I have no idea why. He is a productive pass rusher that will be a very good starter in the NFL. Eagles fill another hole with this pick.

19. New Orleans Saints

Pick: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State

The Saints filled the offensive tackle hole with pick 16… now they get a wide receiver who is a solid route runner.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick: Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

The Steelers have been to every single quarterback pro day. I believe Willis will be the guy to sit and learn behind Trubisky.

21. New England Patriots

Pick: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

Devin Lloyd is smart, instinctive, and fits what the Patriots are looking for at linebacker.

22. Green Bay Packers

Pick: Devonte Wyatt, DT, Georgia

Yes, the Packers need a receiver. But Devonte Wyatt is too talented to turn down at pick #22. This pick turns the Packers interior defensive line into a strength with Kenny Clark and Jarran Reed.

23. Arizona Cardinals

Pick: Andrew Booth Jr, CB, Clemson

The Cardinals desperately need cornerbacks. Booth is an athletically gifted corner and will fit nicely in Arizona.

24. Dallas Cowboys

Pick: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

The Jerry Jones-Arkansas connection is too much here. Burks would step in right away and be a nice WR3 with his size and play strength.

25. Buffalo Bills

Pick: Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State

This is a luxury pick for the Bills who do not have many needs. Breece Hall is the perfect pass catching running back for this offense.

26. Tennessee Titans

Pick: Tyler Smith, OG, Tulsa

The Titans love nasty, run-blocking offensive lineman. Tyler Smith fits exactly what they are looking for.

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pick: Zion Johnson, OG, Boston College

The Bucs filled one of the guard positions with Shaq Mason. Zion Johnson is a smart interior offensive lineman that fills the other hole.

28. Green Bay Packers

Pick: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

Jahan Dotson is overlooked in this draft. He has the best hands and is a fantastic route runner. Most importantly, Rodgers can trust him.

29. Kansas City Chiefs

Pick: Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota

The Chiefs finished 29th in sacks last year. The Chiefs need good, young edge rushers. Regarding Mafe, there aren’t many rushers that can move like him. He reminds me a bit of Joe Tryon from last year.

30. Kansas City Chiefs

Pick: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida

The Chiefs finished 25th in pass yards given up. Elam can be a nice starter on the Chiefs defense as a good press corner.

31. Cincinnati Bengals

Pick: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn

One of my favorite players in the draft, McCreary makes sense for the Bengals at the end of round one as they need a long-term solution at cornerback. McCreary has been battling with the top SEC wide receivers for years and belongs in the first round.

32. Detroit Lions

Pick: Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh

At this point of the draft, Pickett is a value pick for the Lions. Don’t be surprised if another team tries to jump them to take him.

Round 2

33. Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick: Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa

34. Detroit Lions

Pick: Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington

35. New York Jets

Pick: Lewis Cine, S, Georgia

36. New York Giants

Pick: Quay Walker, LB, Georgia

37. Houston Texans

Pick: Logan Hall, DL, Houston

38. New York Jets

Pick: Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State

39. Chicago Bears

Pick: Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State

40. Seattle Seahawks

Pick: Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss

41. Seattle Seahawks

Pick: Travis Jones, DL, UConn

42. Indianapolis Colts

Pick: Kenyon Green, OG, Texas A&M

43. Atlanta Falcons

Pick: Arnold Ebiketie, EDGE, Penn State

44. Cleveland Browns

Pick: Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia

45. Baltimore Ravens

Pick: Christian Harris, LB, Alabama

46. Minnesota Vikings

Pick: Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor

47. Washington Commanders

Pick: Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati

48. Chicago Bears

Pick: Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan

49. New Orleans Saints

Pick: Kenneth Walker, RB, Michigan State

50. Kansas City Chiefs

Pick: George Pickens, WR, Georgia

51. Philadelphia Eagles

Pick: Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan

52. Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick: David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan

53. Green Bay Packers

Pick: Sean Rhyan, OG, UCLA

54. New England Patriots

Pick: Nik Bonitto, EDGE, Oklahoma

55. Arizona Cardinals

Pick: Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State

56. Dallas Cowboys

Pick: Ed Ingram, OG, LSU

57. Buffalo Bills

Pick: Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati

58. Atlanta Falcons

Pick: Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin

59. Green Bay Packers

Pick: Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State

60. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pick: Phidarian Mathis, DL, Alabama

61. San Fransisco 49ers

Pick: Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA

62. Kansas City Chiefs

Pick: Perrion Winfrey, DL, Oklahoma

63. Cincinnati Bengals

Pick: Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State

64. Denver Broncos

Pick: Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming

Championship Week College Football Preview

OVERALL RECORD: 168-133-3 (55.8%)

2021 SEASON RECORD: 90-77-2 (53.9%)

Started hot, ended cold for a 6-8 week. Doesn’t matter. It is championship week and we are going undefeated… HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PICKS:

Championship Game of the Week (All Times CST)

Alabama (+6.5) vs Georgia UNDER 50.5 – 3:00pm

The quarterback edge goes to Bama, but I still have no idea how Alabama’s offensive line blocks that Georgia front seven. Alabama is still a top four team in the nation and keeps it close. Dawgs in a close classic.

Pick: Georgia 24-21

Top Picks of the Week

Western Kentucky -2.5 vs UTSA – Friday 6:00pm

What does TGIS do each week? Bet Western Kentucky.

Oregon vs Utah -2.5 – Friday 7:00pm

We saw this game two weeks ago when Utah crushed Oregon by 30 points. Utah wins again.

Houston +10.5 vs Cincinnati – 3:00pm

A huge matchup to watch is Cincinnati’s average offensive line versus a very good Houston defensive line. Houston keeps it close and may mess around and win. I like a little Houston moneyline sprinkle as well.

USC at Cal -4.5 – 10:00pm

USC was protesting this game earlier this week. The Trojans have totally quit. Cal by double digits.

Week 13 College Football Preview

OVERALL RECORD: 162-125-3 (56.4%)

2021 SEASON RECORD: 84-69-2 (54.9%)

10-2 LAST WEEK!!! We are hot just at the right time entering the last week of a full slate. Happy Thanksgiving… HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PICKS:

Week 13 Game of the Week (All Times CST)

Ohio State at Michigan UNDER 64.5– 11:00am

Yes I saw Ohio State’s offense go off last week. But Michigan’s defense is much better than Michigan State’s. Not to mention Michigan State was missing quite a few starters last week. I expect Michigan to keep this close and the under to hit.

Pick: Ohio State 34-28

Top Picks of the Week

Ole Miss +2.5 at Mississippi State UNDER 64 – Thursday 6:30pm

Ole Miss’ injuries scare me a little bit… but they’re a better team the Mississippi State. Expect some rainy and windy conditions that will keep the score low.

Army +3.5 at Liberty – 11:00am

Liberty cannot stop the run as evidenced from their 42-14 loss to Louisiana. That is all Army does. Army wins.

Wake Forest at Boston College OVER 64 – 11:00am

Boston College has Phil Jurkovec back and Wake Forest’s defense is terrible. Expect a ton of points.

Alabama at Auburn OVER 55.5 – 2:30pm

I expect Alabama’s offense to continue to keep up the high scoring. I’m not sure which Alabama defense shows up so we will just take the over.

Penn State -1 at Michigan State – 2:30pm

Michigan State may still have players out. Meanwhile, Penn State is getting healthy and are the better team. Penn State wins this one.

Western Kentucky +1.5 at Marshall – 2:30pm

If you haven’t noticed… TGIS takes Western Kentucky every week. This strategy has remained highly profitable with Western Kentucky going 9-2 against the spread. This week is another blind Western Kentucky bet.

Wisconsin -7 at Minnesota – 3:00pm

Like we said last week, Wisconsin blows out bad teams and keeps it close against decent teams. Minnesota is kind of in the middle. Wisconsin by 10.

Texas A&M at LSU UNDER 46.5 – 6:00pm

Both of these defenses are good. Both of these offenses are average. The under hits.

Kentucky +3 at Louisville – 6:30pm

Wrong team favored. Louisville has looked good against bad ACC teams… Kentucky is not that. Kentucky wins.

Oklahoma +4.5 at Oklahoma State UNDER 50 – 6:30pm

Oklahoma and Oklahoma State’s offenses have really struggled this year. Meanwhile both of these defenses have been stout. So take the under and take the points.

BYU -7 at USC – 9:30pm

USC has absolutely quit and has nothing to play for. BYU in a blowout.

Week 12 College Football Preview

OVERALL RECORD: 152-123-3 (55.3%)

2021 SEASON RECORD: 74-67-2 (52.5%)

Extremely average week finishing 5-6-1. We are back and going undefeated this week… HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PICKS:

Week 12 Game of the Week (All Times CST)

Michigan State at Ohio State UNDER 68.5– 11:00am

Ohio State’s offense has really turned it on as of late. But 68.5 points is too many, considering Michigan State has played in quite a few low scoring games. Michigan State could make this tight which scares me away from the spread. Give me the under 68.5.

Pick: Ohio State 38-24

Top Picks of the Week

Florida Atlantic at Western Kentucky -10 – 11:00am

Western Kentucky does nothing but cover spreads. Why would I stop betting them?

Iowa State at Oklahoma UNDER 59.5 – 11:00am

Oklahoma’s offense has looked terrible the past few weeks. Add in a stagnant Iowa State offense and the under is an easy call.

Washington at Colorado +6.5 – 2:00pm

No coach and a terrible offense, Washington shouldn’t be a touchdown favorite over anyone.

Arkansas at Alabama -21 – 2:30pm

For a defense to slow down Alabama’s offense you need to be able to get after the quarterback. Arkansas ranks 13th in the SEC in sacks. Alabama’s offense scores at will.

Michigan -15 at Maryland – 2:30pm

Taulia’s numbers verse tough defenses aren’t great. Michigan in a route.

Minnesota -7.5 at Indiana – 2:30pm

Indiana has quit and given up. This should be a double digit spread.

Nebraska +9 at Wisconsin – 3:00pm

Nebraska is much better than their record says they are. Nebraska will keep this game close.

Virginia +14.5 at Pitt – 2:30pm

If Brennan Armstrong plays this is an easy cover. If he doesn’t… hold on tight.

Florida at Missouri +9 – 3:00pm

The weather will be cold in Missouri. Add in a Florida team that has basically quit? Missouri covers and possibly wins.

Baylor at Kansas State -1 – 4:30pm

Kansas State has been solid as of late with QB Skylar Thompson. Baylor falls after their biggest win since the Art Briles era. Note: I am 0-4 picking against Baylor… I am ready to be hurt again .

Vanderbilt at Ole Miss UNDER 64.5 – 6:30pm

Ole Miss’ defense has significantly improved. Vanderbilt barely scores and we escape with an under.

Week 11 College Football Preview

OVERALL RECORD: 147-117-2 (55.7%)

2021 SEASON RECORD: 69-61-0 (53.1%)

Back on track after a 8-3-1 week! Let’s keep it going… HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PICKS:

Week 11 Game of the Week (All Times CST)

Texas A&M at Ole Miss OVER 56– 6:00pm

I think the Ole Miss offense picks it up this week. Not to mention Texas A&M can score against bad defenses. Expect a close, decently high scoring game.

Pick: Ole Miss 35-34

Top Picks of the Week

Cincinnati at South Florida +23.5 – 5:00pm FRIDAY

Cincinnati has played three bottom 25 FBS teams the past three weeks… I don’t expect them to cover against another bottom 25 team. South Florida covers

Michigan at Penn State +1.5 – 11:00am

I don’t trust Michigan as a road favorite against a good Penn State team.

Houston -24.5 at Temple– 11:00am

Temple has absolutely quit as a football team. Houston in a blowout

Western Kentucky -18 at Rice – 1:00pm

Western Kentucky puts up a bunch of points and has covered all season. Trust them to cover here.

Miami -2.5 at Florida State – 2:30pm

Miami has the number three offense in the country since Tyler Van Dyke took over. They cover.

Purdue +21 at Ohio State – 2:30pm

Ohio State blows out bad teams and keeps it close against decent teams. Purdue is decent… take Purdue.

Notre Dame at Virginia +6 – 3:00pm

This line is really nice if Brennan Armstrong plays. Take the risk as Virginia has a good shot to pull the upset.

TCU +13 at Oklahoma State OVER 54.5– 7:00pm

TCU is frisky now with Chandler Morris. Their defense is still bad so expect a high scoring game.

Nevada +3 at San Diego State – 9:30pm

San Diego State has kept teams to low scores this year. That won’t happen against Carson Strong and Nevada. I actually like Nevada to win this game.

Washington State +14 at Oregon – 9:30pm

I don’t trust Oregon to cover 14 points against anyone, especially not the (surprising) second place team in the Pac-12. Washington State covers.

Week 10 College Football Preview

OVERALL RECORD: 139-114-1 (54.9%)

2021 SEASON RECORD: 61-58-0 (51.3%)

Yes we were 4-8 last week. No further questions at this time. We are still over .500 on the year and going to be killing this week… HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PICKS:

Week 10 Game of the Week (All Times CST)

Auburn at Texas A&M UNDER 49.5– 11:00am

Texas A&M is underrated as the 4th ranked defense in the nation. I believe the Aggie defense can shut down Bo Nix. Further, if you do a deep dive on Zach Calzada, his games against Mizzou and South Carolina were just alright. Auburn’s defense is much tougher. The Aggies win a close, low scoring game.

Pick: Texas A&M 27-21

Top Picks of the Week

Army vs Air Force UNDER 37 – 10:30am

Unders are 39-9-1 in service academy games. Tom Fornelli special, take the under.

Liberty at Ole Miss -9.5 – 11:00am

I know Ole Miss is banged up. But only 9.5 points? Liberty lost to Louisiana Monroe… take Ole Miss.

Baylor at TCU OVER 58 – 2:30pm

TCU’s defense has looked awful and with no Gary Patterson it isn’t going to get better. Think both of these offenses put up points Saturday. Take the OVER.

Michigan State at Purdue (+3) – 2:30pm

Michigan State is fools gold. This is where it ends.

Navy +21 vs Notre Dame – 2:30pm

Notre Dame isn’t great at stopping the run. Navy keeps this within 3 touchdowns.

Wisconsin (-12.5) at Rutgers – 2:30pm

Wisconsin has been blowing teams out recently with big wins against Iowa and Purdue. Rutgers isn’t good… another Wisconsin blowout win.

NC State (-2.5) at Florida State – 3:00pm

There is a flu virus going around at Florida State athletic department. NC State is more talented than the Seminoles. Wolfpack win.

Tennessee (+1) at Kentucky- 6:00pm

Wrong team favored with these teams having opposite trajectories. Trust Hedon Hooker with Tennessee.

Texas at Iowa State OVER 60 – 6:00pm

Iowa State runs up the score on a bad Texas defense. I also think Texas has some late scores on an Iowa State defense that let up 38 points to West Virginia. Take the OVER

Houston (-13) at South Florida – 6:30pm

Houston’s offense has been on fire. Houston beats up on a bad USF team

Oregon at Washington UNDER 50.5 – 6:30pm

It’s going to be cold, windy, and raining. Add in two bad quarterbacks and the under is the easy call.

Week 9 College Football Preview

OVERALL RECORD: 135-106-1 (56%)

2021 SEASON RECORD: 57-50-0 (53.3%)

Well. Another average week and we keep drifting down to 50%. Time to switch things up in Week 9. Minor setback for a major comeback… HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PICKS:

Week 9 Game of the Week (All Times CST)

Michigan at Michigan State UNDER 51– 11:00am

Honestly think both of these teams are closer to frauds than serious playoff contenders. This is evidenced by close games against mediocre Big Ten teams. I expect both defenses to show up and keep this a low scoring game… tossup so we are taking the under 51.

Pick: Michigan State 24-23

Top Picks of the Week

Navy (+11) at Tulsa – Friday 6:30pm

Navy has been playing teams tough these last few weeks (7 point loss to Cincinnati). Take the 11 points and maybe a money line sprinkle.

Iowa at Wisconsin OVER 36.5 – 11:00am

Do I think these offenses are good? No. But I think there could be enough short fields off turnovers where this (very) low point total hits.

Texas (+3) at Baylor – 11:00am

Texas is going just a short distance north. I have them slotted as a better team than Baylor and expect them to win.

Boston College (+6.5) at Syracuse – 2:30pm

Boston College has to turn it around somewhere. Why not the Carrier Dome? 6.5 points is way too many points between two bottom dweller ACC teams.

Georgia vs Florida (+14.5) – 2:30pm

Florida can keep it close for awhile. Especially considering this will be Georgia’s biggest test all season. Florida covers.

Texas Tech at Oklahoma OVER 67 – 2:30pm

Oklahoma is missing four of their five starting secondary players. Not to mention, Texas Tech can’t stop anyone. Over hits.

Charlotte at Western Kentucky (-17.5) – 3:00pm

Western Kentucky was blown out 38-9 by FAU. Western Kentucky is much better than their record.

Kansas (+30.5) at Oklahoma State- 6:00pm

Lance Leipold has Kansas playing much tougher in Big 12 play. After a close game with Oklahoma, expect Kansas to keep the difference under 30.5 points. Especially given Oklahoma State’s offense is nothing special.

Ole Miss (+3) at Auburn – 6:00pm

Ole Miss (not Auburn) is the second best team in the SEC West.

Penn State (+19) at Ohio State – 6:30pm

Ohio State’s blowout Big Ten wins have come against teams 1-11 in the Big Ten. Penn State has Sean Clifford healthier than the Illinois game… Penn State loses by 10-14 points.

UCLA (+6.5) at Utah – 9:00pm

Utah struggles stopping the run. UCLA runs the ball extremely well. Take the Bruins.

Week 8 College Football Preview

OVERALL RECORD: 131-100-1 (57%)

2021 SEASON RECORD: 53-44-0 (54.6%)

A solid week betting last week as we are keeping our betting total right around 55%. Week 8 is kind of a weak slate but regardless… HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PICKS:

Week 8 Games of the Week (All Times CST)

Oklahoma State (+7.5) at Iowa State– 11:00am

There are 0 ranked matchups this week… so I guess Oklahoma State/Iowa State is the game of the week? I expect this to be low scoring and ugly with two very good defenses. In that type of game you have to take the 7.5 points.

Pick: Iowa State 24-20

Top Picks of the Week

Wake Forest at Army (+3) – 11:00am

Undefeated Wake Forest has been playing close games for weeks now. They finally get exposed against the Troops and take their first L.

Kansas State (+1) at Texas Tech- 11:00am

This is a simple play. Skylar Thompson > backup QB Henry Colombi. Kansas State wins on the road.

Clemson (+3.5) at Pitt – 2:30pm

I know the Clemson offense is terrible… but the defense is still elite based on ACC standards. I actually like Clemson to cover and possibly win.

LSU at Ole Miss UNDER 76 – 2:30pm

Ole Miss unders have cashed the last two weeks. Add in the fact Matt Corrall is banged up after running the ball 30 times last week… principle under.

Oregon at UCLA (-1) – 2:30pm

Don’t be fooled by Oregon’s top ten rating… they’ve played abysmal offensive football the last few weeks. UCLA finally catches them as TGIS is not an Anthony Brown believer website.

NC State (-3) at Miami – 2:30pm

NC State is the best team in the ACC. Give me the Wolfpack.

South Carolina at Texas A&M UNDER 45 – 6:30pm

South Carolina lost their starting Quarterback for the year. Now he faces a really good Texas A&M defense. Take the under and hope South Carolina doesn’t score.

USC at Notre Dame UNDER 58 – 6:30pm

Notre Dame doesn’t have a quarterback and plays good defense. USC has to come to chilly South Bend after getting beat by double digits two out of the last three weeks. Expect an ugly low scoring game.

Utah (-3) at Oregon State – 6:30pm

Utah is 3-0 since Cameron Rising took over at quarterback and have won by double digits each game. Take the Utes.