Rankings By College. Which Schools Won The Draft?

Rankings By College. Which Schools Won The Draft?

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

2022 NFL Draft: Rankings By College

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Is your school able to get players to the NFL?

In the transfer portal world – along with recruiting – the sales job that the next level is a real possibility means everything. So which schools get to brag the most after the 2022 NFL Draft?

Something to keep in mind here. Yeah, it’s great to have a lot of players be loved by the NFL, but if you didn’t lose a ton of talent, that might mean you’re coming back loaded for the 2022 college season: get ready for a whole lot of Clemson in the 2023 NFL Draft.

A school gets 7 points for each first round draft pick, 6 for a second, 5 for a third, 4 for a fourth, 3 for a fifth, 2 for a sixth, and 1 for a seventh round selection.

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): LB 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 LB D’Marco Jackson

T85 Cal 2

7 (224) Miami (from Houston): LB 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): LB 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): LB Micah McFadden

T73 Miami University 3

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

T61 Liberty 5

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

T61 Oklahoma State 5

6 (188) Detroit (from Jacksonville): LB Malcolm Rodriguez
6 (193) Dallas (from Cleveland): LB 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): LB 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 team gets 7 points for each first round draft pick, 6 for a second, 5 for a third, 4 for a fourth, 3 for a fifth, 2 for a sixth, and 1 for a seventh round selection.

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): LB Baylon Spector

T42 Florida State 7

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

T42 Montana State 7

2 (58) Atlanta; LB 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): LB 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 team gets 7 points for each first round draft pick, 6 for a second, 5 for a third, 4 for a fourth, 3 for a fifth, 2 for a sixth, and 1 for a seventh round selection.

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; LB 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; LB Chance Campbell
7 (225) Pittsburgh (from NY Jets): LB 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 team gets 7 points for each first round draft pick, 6 for a second, 5 for a third, 4 for a fourth, 3 for a fifth, 2 for a sixth, and 1 for a seventh round selection.

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; LB 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: LB 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): LB 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; LB 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 team gets 7 points for each first round draft pick, 6 for a second, 5 for a third, 4 for a fourth, 3 for a fifth, 2 for a sixth, and 1 for a seventh round selection.

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; LB 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): LB 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: LB 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): LB 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; LB Nakobe Dean
3 (102) Miami (from San Francisco): LB 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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