The 2022 NFL Draft will be here before we know it, and several SEC stars will undoubtedly get selected in the first round.’s Daniel Jeremiah is the latest to release his 2022 NFL Mock Draft, and the analyst has 12 former SEC standouts being first-round picks.

Jeremiah even has Alabama’s Evan Neal going No. 1 overall to the Jaguars. Along with Neal, Michigan’s Aiden Hutchinson and Oregon’s Kayvon Thibodeaux have also been mentioned as potential No. 1 picks by Jacksonville.

Georgia has an impressive 5 first-round picks projected, while Alabama has 2. The highest projected former Georgia player is edge rusher Travon Walker at No. 13 to the Browns.

Below is where every former SEC player is projected in Jeremiah’s mock draft, via

1. Evan Neal, Alabama (Jacksonville Jaguars)
8. Treylon Burks, Arkansas (Atlanta Falcons)
11. Matt Corral, Ole Miss (Washington Football Team)
12. Derek Stingley, Jr., LSU (Minnesota Vikings)
13. Travon Walker, Georgia (Cleveland Browns)
19. Kenyon Green, Texas A&M (Philadelphia Eagles)
20. Charles Cross, Miss State (Pittsburgh Steelers)
21. Jordan Davis, Georgia (New England Patriots)
24. Nakobe Dean, Georgia (Dallas Cowboys)
28. Quay Walker, Georgia (Tennessee Titans)
30. Jameson Williams, Alabama (Kansas City Chiefs)
32. Devonte Wyatt, Georgia (Green Bay Packers)