2022 NFL Mock Draft: Cowboys take unexpected offensive weapon

Oct 31, 2020; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions wide receiver Jahan Dotson (5) makes the catch and scores a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 31, 2020; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions wide receiver Jahan Dotson (5) makes the catch and scores a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports /
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2022 NFL mock draft; Southern California Trojans wide receiver Drake London (15) catches the ball in the first half against the Oregon Ducks during the Pac-12 Championship at United Airlines Field at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /

Pick Analysis. Drake London. 25. 35. Scouting Report. WR. USC. player

25. Tennessee Titans: Drake London, WR, USC

Even with Derrick Henry out, the Tennessee Titans are continuing to prove they’re the best team in the AFC South. They’re ahead of the Colts with a record of 10-5 and could lock things up soon, especially with Indianapolis losing Carson Wentz to the COVID list.

Looking ahead to the offseason, they could look to bolster their offense — and one spot they could stand to improve at is wide receiver. After losing Corey Davis this past year, they went out and added Julio Jones but he didn’t have the impact they hoped for.

Now, they replace him with Drake London from USC. A 6-foot-5 target with a basketball background, London would be a great No. 2 wideout across from A.J. Brown.

26. player. Scouting Report. Kentucky. Darian Kinnard. 56. Pick Analysis. OT

26. Cincinnati Bengals: Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky

Much was made about the Cincinnati Bengals taking Ja’Marr Chase over Penei Sewell but the team has been on an “I told you so” tour all season with Chase. He’s been not just the best rookie receiver but he’s in the race for the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award as well.

Still, they do need to get better on the line which they do here as they select Darian Kinnard from Kentucky. The 6-foot-5, 345-pound Kinnard might be best on the right side but with Jonah Williams on the roster, that won’t be a problem.