27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
With several huge names either already gone, or potentially about to be headed out, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are set to look completely different in 2022. Tom Brady decided to call it a career (even if some don’t want to believe it), Antonio Brown forced his way out of town, and Chris Godwin is set for free agency.
Here, they at least try and recoup some of the talent at receiver as they add Treylon Burks with their first-round pick. Burks is a big-bodied target at 6-foot-3 and 230-pounds. Putting him on the same field as Mike Evans would give the Bucs two very large targets who can bully opposing cornerbacks.
28. Green Bay Packers: DeMarvin Leal, EDGE, Texas A&M
Depending on who you ask, DeMarvin Leal is either an elite prospect or someone who needs a lot of work. According to the Bleacher Report Scouting Department, it’s the latter as they think the explosiveness that Leal has is great but they say he’s not ready to set the edge against the run.
"“Leal has outstanding explosiveness and movement skills for a player his size, but his true position in the NFL is a bit murky to project. He will also need time to develop an anchor against the run regardless of what positions he finds a home at.” — Bleacher Report Scouting Department"
Still, Leal is a first-round talent and while he did slide toward the end, it’s hard to see him being around when Day 2 kicks off. For the Green Bay Packers, they end up with a 290-pounder who can play on the end of their three-man line and has the potential to be very disruptive.