Who could go in Round 1 next April? Which quarterbacks are preliminary first-round candidates? Todd McShay offers his way-too-early 2022 NFL mock draft.
Five quarterbacks were picked in the first round of the 2021 NFL draft. Who are the sure bets, up-and-comers and sleepers for 2022?
- Undrafted CB Griffin, Warren G's son, joins Bills
- Jets pick QB Wilson, trade up for OG Vera-Tucker
- Former USC offensive lineman Brown dies at 24
- Ex-USC asst. McNair to get new trial vs. NCAA
The 2021 Draft has come and gone but it's never too soon to start looking in the 2022 Draft class with Todd McShay.
On this edition of NFL Live the crew dives into Todd McShay's way too early 2022 Draft predictions, find out what prospects you should be looking for this upcoming season. Also when will we see Trey Lance take over as QB1 for the 49ers? And the Aaron Rodgers sag continues with him wanting out of Green Bay, are they still competitive with new comer Jordan Love?
To find the next Sam Howell or Garrett Wilson, look no further than the college football prospects in the Class of 2022.
While offense seems to be the focus of most winning teams as of late, defense isn't an afterthought. Which teams look in the best shape over the course of the next three seasons?
Former USC cornerback Olaijah Griffin, who went undrafted in the 2021 NFL draft, agreed to a contract with the Bills. Griffin is the son of rapper Warren G.
While perennial title contenders Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State will have to replace quarterbacks this year, Oklahoma returns Spencer Rattler, helping the Sooners take the top spot in our updated offseason rankings.
The Jets selected BYU quarterback Zach Wilson with the No. 2 pick and then traded up to No. 14 to select USC guard Alijah Vera-Tucker.
From third-round quarterbacks like Russell Wilson and Joe Montana to tight ends Travis Kelce and George Kittle, here's a look at the best draft sleeper (third round or later) for each team in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
With the NFL draft just days away, here's a look at the top 2022 prospects from each school in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Bill O'Brien, now at Alabama, is one of several new college football coaches who will impact the recruiting world immensely.
Could a Super League along the lines of European soccer work in college football? Who's in? Who's not? What's the criteria? Our roundtable weighs the options.
While the College Football Playoff has been monopolized by the same four teams, seven others have a real opportunity to shake things up next season.
Former USC offensive lineman Chris Brown has died at age 24, coach Clay Helton tweeted.
Can Bryce Young command Alabama's offense? Can Bo Nix get pointed in the right direction? Which other quarterbacks have something to prove on Saturday?
Ohio State finished the 2021 recruiting cycle with the No. 2-ranked class, and the Buckeyes open the 2022 cycle at No. 1.
Alabama is favored to win it all and repeat as national champions, but Oklahoma is among the teams that could end the Crimson Tide's reign.
The recruiting dead period is still in place, but college football coaches have begun shifting their efforts from the 2021 class to the 2022 cycle.
Bill Connelly breaks down the most exciting quarterbacks, pass catchers and defenders you'll see take the college football field in 2021.
For the top 25 teams in the college football recruiting class rankings, who are the recruits who have the highest ceilings?
College football is increasingly becoming an offense-driven sport. So which teams are best positioned to take advantage?