The 2022 NFL Scouting Combine will begin this week with 324 prospects converging on Indianapolis to showcase their talent to professional evaluators.
The combination can and will have a drastic impact on the draft stock of these players, with measurements, medical examinations, interviews, exercises and training that give scouts a clearer picture of their talent and potential.
The 2022 quarterback class will be under particularly intense scrutiny in the Scouting team.
While this signal call harvest has been widely described as weak, especially compared to last year, when five were selected in the top 15 and eight records were set in the first three rounds, there could still be some potential franchise QBs waiting. hear his name on the day of the draft.
According to FanDuel’s NFL draft odds, Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett has the best chance of being the first quarterback at +120. Liberty’s Malik Willis is not far behind, however, with +200.
UNC’s Sam Howell and Miss Ole’s Matt Corral aren’t so well regarded now, but they’re still well within the race to become first in their position at +650 and +1000, respectively, and could improve these probabilities with a strong combined sample.
Expect all of the NFL Draft betting lines to change, potentially drastically, in the next few days depending on how those prospects work in Indianapolis.
Even selection number 1 could be affected by the results of the combination.
There are two players fighting realistically to become the first to leave the board: Aidan Hutchinson of Michigan and Evan Neal of Alabama, with Neal with the slightest lead in terms of +120 odds compared to Hutchinson with 2-1.
Hutchinson is clearly looking forward to improving his already high draft actions, recently telling Pat McAfee that he is “not afraid of anything” and “can’t wait to light this thing up,” noting that he plans to participate in all this training. week.
Neal has not yet revealed his plans for the combination, but the offensive tackle has a good chance of becoming the best team without participating in a single training session due to Jacksonville’s great need to better protect Trevor Lawrence, the team general number 1 last year.
Kayvon Thibodeaux of Oregon and Ikem Ekwonu of NC State also have outside chances to become the best selection with an equal probability of +800. Both players will attend the NFL Scouting Combine and could test the lists this week, increasing the odds of their draft actions to reach No. 1 in the process.
With that in mind, here’s a look at everything you need to know to get ready to see the combination, including a full list of potential attendees, an event program, TV information, and live streaming. live, updated odds and more, and get ready for the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft:
2022 NFL Scout Combination View Guide
TV: The NFL Network will broadcast four consecutive days of combined live coverage starting March 3rdrd and ends March 6thth. The network will broadcast analysis, interviews and simulation images of the four positional groups.
Live broadcast: All combined NFL network coverage will be broadcast live on NFL.com
NFL Scout Combination: Full 2022 Program
NFL Combined Scouting Training Schedule
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Thursday, March 3rd: Defense quarters, wide receivers and tight ends, 4-11 p.m.
Friday, March 4th: runners, offensive line players and special teams, from 4 to 10 p.m.
Saturday, March 5th: Defensive and collaborating linemen, 4 pm-9pm
Sunday, March 6th: Defensive, 2-7 p.m.
NFL Scouting Combine 2022 Interview Calendar
Wednesday, March 2
- 8-9 a.m .: quarterbacks, wide receivers
- 9-10 am: Tight Ends
- 10: 30–11: 30: Defensive quarters, wide receivers
Thursday, March 3rd
- 8-9 a.m .: Linemen offensive
- 9 a.m. to 10 p.m .: Offensive linemen
- 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m .: Running Backs
Friday, March 4th
- 8–9 am: Defensive linemen
- 9 a.m. to 10 p.m .: Defensive linemen
- 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m .: Linebackers
Saturday, March 5th
- 8-9: Defensive Backs, Kickers
- 10-11 a.m.: Defensive
2022 NFL Scouting Combine: Guest Perspectives
You can find a full list of all the potential guests invited to attend this year’s combination by clicking here.
2022 NFL Draft Odds
2022 NFL Draft – No. 1 overall pick
- Evan Neal +120
- Aidan Hutchinson +200
- Kayvon Thibodeaux +800
- Phone Ikem +800
- Charles Cross +4000
- Malik Willis +5000
- Kenny Pickett +5000
- Kyle Hamilton +5000
- Derek Stingley +8000
2022 NFL Draft – First quarterback selected
- Kenny Pickett +120
- Malik Willis +150
- Sam Howell +650
- Matt Corral +1000
- Desmond Ridder +3000
- Carson Strong +8000