NFL Draft 2022: Georgia sets record with 15 players picked

It's the final day of the 2022 NFL Draft. The fourth-seventh rounds will be held Saturday in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Georgia makes NFL Draft history

Georgia has made modern NFL Draft history.

The national champions had 15 players taken in this weekend's draft — the most by a team. That breaks the former record of 14 set by LSU in 2020 and Ohio State in 2004.

The draft started with edge rusher Travon Walker being picked first overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Others include: defensive tackle Jordan Davis (Eagles), linebacker Quay Walker (Packers), defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt (Packers), defensive back Lewis Cine (Vikings), wide receiver George Pickens (Steelers), running back James Cook (Bills), linebacker Nakobe Dean (Eagles), linebacker Channing Tindall (Dolphins), running back Zamir White (Raiders), punter Jake Camarda (Buccaneers), offensive lineman Justin Shaffer (Falcons), offensive lineman Jamaree Salyer (Chargers), defensive back Derion Kendrick (Rams) and tight end John FitzPatrick (Falcons).

LSU has eight players pick in first 6 rounds from a 6-7 team

It was a heck of an NFL Draft 2022 weekend for LSU. Seven players were picked in the first six rounds.

Not bad for a team that went 6-6 during the season, then lost a bowl game. And that season cost coach Ed Orgeron his job.

Cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. was the Tigers' top pick. He was picked by the Houston Texans third overall. Offensive lineman Ed Ingram was picked 59th by the Minnesota Vikings. Cordale Flott, a corner, was picked 81st by the New York Giants. Running back Ty Davis-Price was picked 93rd by the San Francisco 49ers.

Kicker Cade York was picked by the Cleveland Browns 124th pick and teammate Neil Farrell, a defensive lineman, was picked by the Las Vegas Raiders two picks later. And linebacker Damone Clark was picked by the Dallas Cowboys with the 176th pick.

Austin Deculus, an offensive tackle, was picked in the sixth round.

First HBCU player picked for NFL Draft 2022

Fayetteville State's Joshua Williams was the first HBCU player selected from the NFL Draft 2022. Williams is the school's first draft pick since 1976.

He was picked by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth round with the 135th overall selection. Williams, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound cornerback, had 34 tackles, two interceptions and 13 pass breakups this season.

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Titans' Vrabel wearing a 'Run The Damn Ball' hat while picking Michigan's Hassan Hankins

If Mike Vrabel needed a reminder he has the best running back in the NFL, he wore a reminder during the final day of the NFL Draft 2022.

Vrabel wore a hate with the words "Run The Damn Ball" while he was drafting Michigan running back Hassan Haskins with the 131rd overall pick in the fourth round.

Haskins will join Derrick Henry in the backfield. He rushed for 1,327 yards with 20 touchdowns as the primary back for the Wolverines last season.

Two Ragin' Cajuns picked early in fourth round

Louisiana Lafayette had players picked nearly back-to-back in the fourth round with offensive tackle Max Mitchell was selected by the New York Jets with the 111th overall selection and teammate Percy Butler selected 113th overall by the Washington Commanders.

Mitchell, a 6-foot-6, 297-pound junior, was a third-team AP All-American and first-team Sun Belt All-Conference pick.

Butler, a 6-foot, 190-pound junior safety, had 61 tackles and was a second-team All-Sun Belt selection.

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What's the 2022 NFL Draft order for the fourth through seventh rounds?

Round 4

106. Jacksonville Jaguars

107. Houston Texans (from Detroit Lions through Cleveland Browns)

108. Houston Texans

109. Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets)

110. Baltimore Ravens (from New York Giants)

111. New York Jets (from Carolina Panthers)

112. New York Giants (from Chicago Bears)

113. Washington Commanders

114. Atlanta Falcons

115. Denver Broncos

116. Denver Broncos (from Seattle Seahawks)

117. New York Jets (from Minnesota Vikings)

118. Cleveland Browns

119. Baltimore Ravens

120. New Orleans Saints

121. Kansas City Chiefs (from Miami Dolphins)

122. Indianapolis Colts

123. Los Angeles Chargers

124. Philadelphia Eagles

125. Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh Steelers)

126. Las Vegas Raiders

127. New England Patriots

128. Baltimore Ravens (from Arizona Cardinals)

129. Dallas Cowboys

130. Buffalo Bills

131. Tennessee Titans

132. Green Bay Packers

133. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

134. San Francisco 49ers

135. Kansas City Chiefs

136. Cincinnati Bengals

137. Carolina Panthers (from Los Angeles Rams through Houston Texans)

138. Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection)

139. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection)

140. Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection)

141. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection)

142. Los Angles Rams (compensatory selection)

143. Tennessee Titans (compensatory selection)

Round 5

144. Carolina Panthers (from Jacksonville Jaguars)

145. Seattle Seahawks (from Detroit Lions through Denver Broncos)

146. New York Jets

147. New York Giants

148. Chicago Bears (from Houston Texans)

149. Carolina Panthers

150. Chicago Bears

151. Atlanta Falcons

152. Denver Broncos

153. Seattle Seahawks

154. Philadelphia Eagles (from Washington Commanders)

155. Dallas Cowboys (from Cleveland Browns)

156. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore Ravens)

157. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota Vikings)

158. New England Patriots (from Miami Dolphins)

159. Indianapolis Colts

160. Los Angeles Chargers

161. New Orleans Saints

162 Philadelphia Eagles

163. New York Jets (from Pittsburgh Steelers)

164. Las Vegas Raiders (from New England Patriots)

165. Las Vegas Raiders

166. Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona Cardinals)

167. Dallas Cowboys

168. Buffalo Bills

169. Tennessee Titans

170. Houston Texans (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers through New England Patriots)

171. Green Bay Packers

172. San Francisco 49ers

173. New York Giants (from Kansas City Chiefs through Baltimore Ravens)

174. Cincinnati Bengals

175. Los Angeles Rams

176. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection)

177. Detroit Lions (compensatory selection)

178. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection)

179. Indianapolis Colts (compensatory selection)

Round 6

180. Jacksonville Jaguars

181. Detroit Lions

182. New York Giants

183. New England Patriots (from Houston Texans)

184. Minnesota Vikings (from New York Jets)

185. Buffalo Bills (from Carolina Panthers; conditional)

186. Chicago Bears

187. San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos)

188. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Seattle Seahawks)

189. Washington Commanders

190. Atlanta Falcons

191. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore Ravens through Kansas City Chiefs; conditional)

192. Minnesota Vikings

193. Dallas Cowboys (from Cleveland Browns)

194. New Orleans Saints (from Indianapolis Colts through Philadelphia Eagles)

195. Los Angeles Chargers

x Choice forfeited (New Orleans Saints)

196. Baltimore Ravens (from Miami Dolphins)

197. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Philadelphia Eagles)

198. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Pittsburgh Steelers)

199. Carolina Panthers (from Las Vegas Raiders)

200. New England Patriots

201. Arizona Cardinals

202. Cleveland Browns (from Dallas Cowboys)

203. Buffalo Bills

204. Tennessee Titans

205. Houston Texans (from Green Bay Packers)

206. Denver Broncos (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers through New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles)

207. Houston Texans (from San Francisco 49ers through New York Jets)

208. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Kansas City Chiefs; conditional)

209. Cincinnati Bengals

210. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Rams)

211. Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection)

212. Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection)

213. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection)

214. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)

215. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory selection)

216. Indianapolis Colts (compensatory selection)

217. Detroit Lions (compensatory selection)

218. Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection)

219. Tennessee Titans (compensatory selection)

220. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection)

221. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection)

Round 7

222. Jacksonville Jaguars

223. Cleveland Browns (from Detroit Lions)

224. Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans through New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens)

225. Pittsburgh Steelers (from New York Jets)

226. Cincinnati Bengals (from New York Giants)

227. Las Vegas Raiders (from Carolina Panthers)

228. Green Bay Packers (from Chicago Bears through Houston Texans)

229. Seattle Seahawks

230. Washington Commanders

231. Buffalo Bills (from Atlanta Falcons)

232. Denver Broncos

233. Kansas City Chiefs (from Minnesota Vikings)

234. Denver Broncos (from Cleveland Browns through Detroit Lions)

235. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens)

236. Los Angeles Chargers

237. Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans Saints)

238. Los Angeles Rams (from Miami Dolphins)

239. Indianapolis Colts

240. Washington Commanders (from Philadelphia Eagles through Indianapolis Colts)

241. Pittsburgh Steelers

242. Carolina Panthers (from New England Patriots through Miami Dolphins)

243. Kansas City Chiefs (from Las Vegas Raiders through New England Patriots)

244. Arizona Cardinals

245. New England Patriots (from Dallas Cowboys through Houston Texans)

246. Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo Bills)

247. Miami Dolphins (from Tennessee Titans)

248. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

249. Green Bay Packers

250. Minnesota Vikings (from San Francisco 49ers through Denver Broncos)

251. Kansas City Chiefs

252. Cincinnati Bengals

253. Los Angeles Rams

254. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)

255. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)

256. Arizona Cardinals (Compensatory selection)

257. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory Selection)

258. Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection)

259. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection)

260. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)

261. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (compensatory selection)

262. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection)

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