Cincinnati Bengals 2022 first-round mock draft

CLEVELAND, OHIO - MAY 01: Fans waiting for Machine Gun Kelly to perform onstage after the final round of the 2021 NFL Draft at the Great Lakes Science Center on May 01, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Duane Prokop/Getty Images)
CLEVELAND, OHIO - MAY 01: Fans waiting for Machine Gun Kelly to perform onstage after the final round of the 2021 NFL Draft at the Great Lakes Science Center on May 01, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Duane Prokop/Getty Images) /
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New England Patriots. Skyy Moore. 21. player. 47. . Wide Receiver

Patriots GM: Alex

The Pats are able to provide Mac Jones some great talent on the outside thanks to the overall depth of this wide receiver class. Skyy Moore is a small school guy who could make huge plays on the big stage.

Reaction: This would definitely be considered a first-round surprise. The Pats already traded for Devante Parker and still have Jakobi Myers, Nelson Agholor, and Kendrick Bourne under contract for at least two more seasons. Not great options, but sometimes finances drive decisions. This would be a shocking pick. – Rob

. Wide Receiver. Green Bay Packers. Treylon Burks. 22. player. 49

Packers GM: Rob

This is an obvious pick to me. The Packers are desperate for a receiver and Treylon Burks is the best left on the board.

Reaction: The Packers need a wide receiver but it’s definitely surprising to see them add two in the first round rather than addressing their pass-rushing needs. – Leigh

Zion Johnson. 23. player. 32. . Offensive Guard. Arizona Cardinals

Cardinals GM: Bennett

Kyler Murray wants to win Super Bowls in Arizona; clearly he wants some help. Likely between receiver and offensive line, the Cardinals will likely draft the best player available at those spots. Zion Johnson has a tremendous story that will continue in Arizona.

Reaction: The Cardinals get the top inside linemen in the draft which is a good move to keep a clean pocket for Kyler Murray. – Alex

123. . Offensive Tackle. Dallas Cowboys. Bernhard Raimann. 24. player

Cowboys GM: Alex

The Cowboys need consistency on the offensive line. Turning to Bernhard Raimann will allow Dallas to feel confident in their line across the board.

Reaction: This pick feels like a bit of a reach but no one can fault the Cowboys for adding to their offensive line. – Leigh

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