This is how we live the minute by minute of the third day of the 2022 Draft

It was the closing of the 2022 Draft, and we present you live all the data about the players selected from rounds 4 to 7

262. Brock Purdy, QB

212. Derion Kendrick, CB

  • Under Derion Kendrick, Georgia now has 15 players selected, the second-most in a single draft since the start of the Common Draft Era (1967). Texas, with 17 in 1984, is the most.

208. Connor Heyward, FB

  • Connor Heyward joins his older brother, Cameron, on the Steelers. Cameron has made the last 5 Pro Bowls for the Steelers

180. Matt Araiza, P

  • The Bills had the second-worst punt average last season (42.1)

  • 2021 winner of the Ray Guy Award, given to the best national punter

  • Averaged 51.2 punt yards in 2021, setting the best single-season mark in FBS

  • He had 40 clearances inside the 20-yard line in 2021, the most in FBS; 51% of his punts in 2021 inside the 20-yard line

  • 39 punts of 50 or more yards in 2021 and 18 punts of 60 yards (both FBS single-season records

  • Georgia, with thirteen players, is tied with 2020 LSU for the most players through the first six rounds in the Common Draft Era

  • It is the first time in the history of the Draft that the University of Georgia has more than 10 players selected in the same year.

144. Sam Howell, QB

  • Washington has had 10 different starting QBs since 2018, no other team has had that many in this span

  • Sam Howell is the first QB selected 144th overall in the Common Draft Era

137. Bailey Zappe, QB

132. Romeo Doubs, WR

  • The Packers have drafted two wide receivers in the first four rounds for the second time in the joint draft era. They did it previously in 2006, with Greg Jennings and Cory Rodgers.

130. Jordan Stout, P

  • Stout is the highest drafted punter since 70th overall Bryan Anger for Jacksonville in 2012.

127. Pierre Strong Jr., RB

122. Zamir White, RB

119. Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB

118. Akayleb Evans, CB

112. Daniel Bellinger, TE

109. Daniel Faalele

107. Coby Bryant, CB

  • Coby Bryant is the sixth University of Cincinnati player drafted this year, tying the school mark for the most selections in a year in the common draft era; they also had six in 2009.

107. Dameon Pierce, RB

106. Cade Otton, TE



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