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2022 NFL draft and a lil free agency


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The all defense draft has shown promise.  So a similar plan in 2022 is what I propose.  The focus needs to be a oline rebuild.  Ok in free agency we cut loose the flotsam jetsam.  Bye bye Paradis.  Targeting a center and guard in free agency.  The good news is there will be some options.  Wyatt Teller and Mason Cole are two of my favorites.  Teller is the prize.  Throw money at him.  Place him at RG.  Mason Cole is not as big a prize but could be serviceable at center.  

In the draft ( a strong one for our needs) we look for either a center better than Cole or finally find a Left Tackle.  For the sake of this experiment we are gonna say we picking 14th and concentrating on LT in the first.  

14.  Charles Cross,  OT Miss St 

104.  Zion Johnson, OL Boston College 

Fitterer magic.   158 and 194 paired to move up to 133. 

133.  Isiah Likely, TE Coastal Carolina 

147.  Keoatay Ingram, RB USC

194.  James Empey, OC BYU

208. Emory Jones, QB Florida

246.  Bo Melton, WR Rutgers

This is just a for instance.  I will say the talent in North Carolina colleges alone this year give us an advantage cause of our proximity.  

Check out this oline.

Cross - Zion - Cole - Teller - Moton

Backups BC, Brown, Empey etc.  

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