2022 NFL Mock Draft: Tyreek Hill trade to Dolphins disrupts first round

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Packers mock draft, Chris Olave
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – JANUARY 01: Chris Olave #2 of the Ohio State Buckeyes reacts after his touchdown catch against the Clemson Tigers in the third quarter during the College Football Playoff semifinal game at the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 01, 2021, in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) /

player. 32. . Wide Receiver. Arizona Cardinals. Chris Olave. 23

The Arizona Cardinals have been through a lot this offseason, as there were questions when it came to quarterback Kyler Murray. A lot of that talk has died down as of late, so the franchise can now turn their focus to getting better around him.

With pick No. 23 overall, Arizona adds an elite talent in Chris Olave, who could end up being the best wideout in this draft class. Olave is a special talent and teamed with DeAndre Hopkins, Arizona finds their replacement for the departed Christian Kirk.

. Safety. Dallas Cowboys. Daxton Hill. 24. player. 123

The Dallas Cowboys have had an interesting offseason so far, as they traded away star wideout Amari Cooper, and had issues bringing back Randy Gregory. In the end, both players are gone, and looking at the team’s needs, there are several different ways they can go at pick No. 24.

With this selection, Dallas should focus on the secondary, and they stretch a bit taking Michigan star safety Daxton Hill. Sure, he is a solid talent and could sneak into the first round, but it is anybody’s guess as to what this franchise plans to do.

16. . Cornerback. Buffalo Bills. Trent McDuffie. 25. player

Looking at the AFC heading into the 2022 NFL Draft, you have to think that the Buffalo Bills are the best of the bunch. They have elite talent on both sides of the ball, and Josh Allen has put himself in the conversation of being the best quarterback in not only the AFC East but also the division.

With pick No. 25, the Buffalo Bills have to address the cornerback room, and they do so in our mock with Trent McDuffie. This is a cornerback who can improve this secondary, and with Miami loading up at wide receiver, improving the secondary is priority No. 1 for the Bills.