The best value pick for all 32 teams from the 2022 NFL Draft

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Chad Muma, Jacksonville Jaguars

Position: LB
College: Wyoming
Drafted No. 70

The Jacksonville Jaguars get a workhorse in Chad Muma in the third round of the draft. The Mountain West Conference leader in solo tackles last season, Muma will bring leadership and discipline to a young Jaguars defense.

Muma will join No. 1 overall pick Travon Walker and No. 27 overall pick Devin Lloyd as the new centerpieces of a fierce Jacksonville defense.

Skyy Moore, Kansas City Chiefs

Position: WR
College: Western Michigan
Drafted No. 54

QB Patrick Mahomes gets another weapon on offense at pick No. 54. What Moore lacks in size he more than makes up for in speed. He can get downfield quickly and leave defenders in the dust.

Whenever a play breaks down and Mahomes is scrambling, Moore will be able to quickly find open spots to catch a dart from one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL.

Isaiah Spiller, Los Angeles Chargers

Position: RB
College: Texas A&M
Drafted No. 123

Isaiah Spiller had some explosive runs at Texas A&M, finishing with over 1,000 yards in each of the past two seasons with the Aggies.

Spiller is not a touchdown machine, but he can rack up yards in bunches. He combined to score 15 rushing touchdowns in the past two seasons.

Spiller will find ways to hit the seam and open up passing lanes for QB Justin Herbert whenever starter Austin Ekeler needs a break from on-field action.

Kyren Williams, Los Angeles Rams

Position: RB
College: Notre Dame
Drafted No. 164

Karen Williams is likely to be the third running back on the depth chart for the Rams, but that doesn’t mean he won’t have opportunities to get on the field.

Neither Cam Akers nor Darrell Henderson Jr. played a full season last year, leaving the Super Bowl champions razor-thin at the position. Adding a talented running back with a Notre Dame pedigree like Williams will come in handy during the rigors of the long regular season.

Dylan Parham, Las Vegas Raiders

Position: OG
College: Memphis
Drafted No. 90

The Raiders didn’t have a selection until pick No. 90 in this year’s draft, but they made the most of it by snagging the fifth-best guard in the draft in Dylan Parham.

The Memphis product has a chance to contribute right away since he has position flexibility in that he’s played right tackle in addition to guard.

The 311-pound Parham, who stands at 6’3″ will do a great job in giving QB Derek Carr plenty of time to throw to his new teammate Davante Adams.

Channing Tindall, Miami Dolphins

Position: LB
College: Georgia
Drafted No. 102

The Dolphins had just a few picks in this year’s draft, the first of which wasn’t until pick No. 102. The Dolphins did a great job by selecting the best linebacker available at the time in Channing Tindall.

Tindall comes from Georgia with a National Championship under his belt and plenty of toughness from playing in the gauntlet that is the Southeastern Conference.