Mel Kiper Jr’s Mock 1.0 and Top NFL Draft Picks for 2022 | First Draft

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Field Yates and Mel Kiper Jr. are here to breakdown Mel Kiper Jr.’s favorite draft picks from his NFL Mock Draft 1.0. Mel will gladly talk about which players are locked in at the top of the draft order. As we prepare for Mock Draft 2.0, Mel and Field will discuss which players are moving up on the draft list. In an unusual draft that headlined by Defensive Ends, Mel will explain where he expects the Quarterbacks in the 2022 draft order.

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