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NFL Draft Prospects to Watch in College Football Week 10 Recap

NFL Draft Prospects to Watch in College Football Week 10 recap

While the 2022 NFL Draft is still far off in the distance, players that will be drafted early are on the field now. Each week presents unique matchups for draft prospects and this week is no different. Here are NFL Draft prospects to watch in college football week 10 recap.

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1. Malik Willis, QB, Liberty Flames

Liberty was unable to go into Oxford and knock off Hugh Freeze’s old team. The offense was held to just 14 points, which was their lowest total all season long. Malik Willis did not have a good showing. He passed for just 173 yards and threw three interceptions. Willis also rushed for 71 yards and a touchdown.

Willis has noticeable physical traits in his athletic ability and his arm strength. His trouble with decision-making and reading the field really hurt him in this game. These problems could hold him back around the NFL Draft, but there is still football left to be played. His traits will still likely get him picked in round one of the 2022 NFL Draft.

2. Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn Tigers

It was an ugly game for Auburn against Texas A&M. Even though the defense played relatively well, the offense mustered just three points and the Tigers lost. Roger McCreary didn’t stuff the stat sheet, but played extremely well. He finished with two tackles and one pass defended on the day.

McCreary showed great man-to-man coverage against Texas A&M. He can run with receivers stride for stride and can make plays on the ball. After playing well all season long, McCreary is moving his name up draft boards and could be in consideration at the end of round one of the 2022 NFL Draft.

3. Kenyon Green, OG/C, Texas A&M Aggies

The Aggies moved the ball well on the ground against Auburn, but struggled through the air. The offensive line played well in both regards though, as Texas A&M rushed for 6.2 yards per carry and allowed no sacks. Green is a huge part of the offensive line and is showing why he is such a well-thought-of prospect.

His versatility and explosiveness as an offensive lineman are unique. He has the ability to play any position on the offensive line and actually has this season. Green will likely be one of the first interior offensive linemen off the board in the 2022 NFL Draft.

4. Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington Huskies

Washington’s passing defense was ready to play, but their defense against the run was not up to par. The Ducks lost, but their secondary played well. Trent McDuffie had two tackles in the game, but was a huge reason why Oregon only passed for 98 yards. He did get shaken up at one point during the game, but appears to be fine.

McDuffie is undersized, but plays the game like his hair is on fire. His effort and energy, along with his shutdown coverage, will have plenty of NFL teams itching to draft him. He is currently projected to be a first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.

5. Mykael Wright, CB, Oregon Ducks

This wasn’t a great game for passing offenses, as both secondaries played well. Both quarterbacks have had their struggles this season as well. Oregon allowed just 111 passing yards. Mykael Wright had just one tackle, but played well for the Ducks.

Wright also was injured in this game, but it appears that it won’t be a long-term issue. He has played well at corner and has also returned kicks for Oregon this season. Wright may not be a day one pick, but he should be off the board before day two is over.


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