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Want to know what I think of every pick made in the fifth round of the 2022 NFL Draft? You can follow along throughout the day Saturday as I grade all the Round 5 picks below. Be sure to refresh this page throughout the night to get the latest grades. You can keep track of all the picks for the entire draft and my grades in our draft tracker

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144. Commanders: Sam Howell, QB, UNC

Grade: A

Game needs fine-tuning -- pocket presence, deep ball accuracy -- but he's young with a strong arm and lots of toughness. Will not be able to run like he did in college but this is quality value and Carson Wentz insurance.

145. Chiefs: Darian Kinnard, OL, Kentucky

Grade: B+

Big, physical specimen who rocks in the run game but has a ways to go to become a good pass protector. Length is there but balance and hand work is not. High-upside selection.

146. Giants: Micah McFadden, LB, Indiana

Grade: B+

Heady three-down linebacker with legitimate coverage ability underneath, which is vital in today's NFL. Quality albeit unspectacular athlete and is an older prospect.

147. Giants: D.J. Davidson, DT, Arizona State

Grade: C

Wide run-stuffer who really works hard on run downs. Not a big-time athlete and minimal pass-rush capabilities right now. Good depth on the inside for NYG but barely any upside.

148. Bills: Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State

Grade: A

Multiple-year big-time producer in college. Not a special athlete but is surprisingly stellar after the catch. Vision, cutting, contact balance. Showed awesome ability to contort his body near the sideline to make difficult grabs. Limited speed. More weapons for Josh Allen.

149. Commanders: Cole Turner, TE, Nevada

Grade: C+

Contested-catch specialist. Didn't test well and doesn't have separation ability that can be relied upon.

150. Texans: Thomas Booker, EDGE, Stanford

Grade: C

Versatile DL built like an ox who can win up and down the line but doesn't use his hands as often as he should and has good, not great burst. Good DL reinforcement for Houston

151. Falcons: Tyler Allgeier, RB, BYU

Grade: C+

Boulder of a back who actually excels in a wide-zone scheme, so it's a logical fit in Arthur Smith's offense. Average-at-best elusiveness, minimal speed. Some power to his game.

152. Broncos: Delarrin Turner-Yell, S, Oklahoma

 Grade: A-

Super-smooth safety with serious traits to be a high-end, rangy type or cover the slot. Up-and-down tackling, though he runs the alley like a rocket. Smaller, more compact size likely moved him down boards a bit. Fun player.

153. Seahawks: Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA

Grade: B-

Not many teams love athletic projects more than the Seahawks. That's precisely what Woolen is. Unprecedented size and speed combination. Extremely raw as a cover guy. High backpedal. Transitions to follow routes are slow. Ball skills are good, not great. Enormous pass-disruption radius.

154. Jaguars: Snoop Conner, RB, Ole Miss

Grade: B+

Electric power back who delivers serious pop on contact. Good vision and major burst through the whole. Not a speedster.

155. Cowboys: Matt Waletzko, OT, North Dakota

Grade: B-

Tall, monstrous length with elite short-area quickness. Needs to get significantly stronger but has All-Pro upside because of his size/speed combo.

156. Browns: Jerome Ford, RB, Cincinnati

Grade: B

HR hitter with nice lateral quicks. Flashes of impressive power through contact, too. Love how he's built low to the ground. Maybe not the biggest need for Cleveland but this is a talented, well-rounded runner.

157. Buccaneers: Zyon McCollum, CB, Sam Houston State

Grade: A+

Another long, traits-y CB for the Buccaneers. It's what they love. McCollum suffocated every WR at the FCS level. Only blips were two long balls where he couldn't find the ball in the air. Major bend, speed, change-of-direction skill. Great pick. 

158. Seahawks: Tyreke Smith, EDGE, Ohio State

Grade: A

One of the biggest sleeper EDGEs in this class. Hand-work is of first-round caliber. Good size, too. Bend flashes are impressive just not super consistent. Could get a tick more powerful. Not a run defender.

159. Colts: Eric Johnson, DT, Missouri State 

 Grade: B-

Big-bodied versatile DL who engulfed RBs at the small-school level and flashed some pass-rush moves, especially in Senior Bowl one-on-ones. Feels like the block-controlling type the Colts like up front.

160. Chargers: Otito Ogbonnia, DL, UCLA 

Grade: B-

Huge, long, athletic DT. Pass-rush plans happen on occasion. Quality run defender, which was needed for the Chargers, even after they addressed it in free agency. Low ceiling, high-ish floor. 

161. Saints: D'Marco Jackson, LB, Appalachian State

Grade: A-

Commander at the second level of a defense. Knows his assignments and gets there in a hurry thanks to burst/short-area quickness. Shorter, smaller stature LB who plays bigger. Mostly a QB spy/blitzer in passing situations but did make some plays in coverage. Very smart. Love this pick for him to learn behind DeMario Davis.

162. Broncos: Montrell Washington, WR, Samford

Grade: D+

Smaller, springier slot receiver who will provide kick return ability and starred in that role in college. Quicker than fast but does have some juice down the field. Bigger CBs get into his frame easily and disrupt. Wasn't really on the draft radar.

163. Titans: Kyle Phillips, WR, UCLA

Grade: B+

Calculated route runner who wins with jukes, shoulder fakes, etc. to get open. Athleticism is good, not great. Same goes for his ability after the catch. Some downfield speed but not a specialty. I like Tennessee building out its WR room. 

164. Rams: Kyren Williams, RB, Notre Dame

Grade: B

Nice fit for one of the draft's most complete runners. Not a speedster by any stretch. But built low to the ground with quick feet and plus contact balance. Useful receiver out of the backfield.

165. Vikings: Esezi Otomewo, EDGE, Minnesota

Grade: A-

Long, lumbering, overpowering rusher with the girth to compress down to DT and rush the passer. Bull rush is his go-to move and it's quality. Not a burst/speed based player. Learning from Za'Darius Smith and Danielle Hunter will be key for him.

166. Bengals: Tycen Anderson, S, Toledo

Grade: B

Springy, fast safety. Best closer to the line than downfield in coverage. And in the box he can be very impactful. Length and athleticism are impressive on film. Hips are pretty fluid but not super instinctive. Reliable tackler. Was another safety needed? 

167. Cowboys: DaRon Bland, CB, Fresno State

Grade: B

Quality, high-end athlete with awesome route-recognition skills that allow him to play even faster than his measured speed. Will get grabby downfield. Positional versatility is a plus. Sound pick.

168. Bears: Braxton Jones, OT, Southern Utah

Grade: A

Major sleeper OT. Has legitimate Pro Bowl OT traits. Mean streak as a blocker pops on film, too. Feet are outstanding. Does need to get a touch stronger. Dominated at small-school level. Love this with Justin Fields in mind.

169. Vikings: Ty Chandler, RB, North Carolina

Grade: A-

Older prospect but was born to run in a wide-zone scheme. One cut and go and has some wiggle once he's in the open field. Dynamic athlete with legit breakaway speed to his game. Love him as a complement to Dalvin Cook.

170. Texans: Teagan Quitoriano, TE, Oregon State

Grade: C+

Large, overpowering blocker who was low-volume receiver in college. Physical in his routes, which helps him get open. Good athlete overall but not dynamic off the ball or super-fast down the field. Some YAC ability. 

171. Broncos: Luke Wattenberg, OL, Washington

Grade: C+

Athletic center with balance deficiencies and gets bullied against power too frequently. But a smart decision for Denver to bolster the interior of its front.

172. 49ers: Samuel Womack, CB, Toledo

Grade: C-

Ultra-productive CB. Best in zone when he can watch the QB and pounce. Smaller frame that allows big WRs to beat him with physicality. Good speed. This feels early for him.

173. Giants: Marcus McKethan, OL, UNC

Grade: B-

Another Tar Heels blocker for NYG. Masher with the frame to assert his will on most opponents but is heavy footed and has lateral quickness deficiencies. Love the building out of the OL for the Giants.

174. Bears: Dominique Robinson, EDGE, Miami (Ohio)

Grade: A-

Long, angular, super explosive, somewhat raw rusher with major upside. Has to get much stronger and utilize his hands more frequently. But the outside speed rush/bend is borderline special already.

175. Raiders: Matthew Butler, DL, Tennessee

Grade: A

Hair-on-fire DL who can win up and down the line. Long, heavy hands, although not a pass-rush plan master. First-step quickness is well-above average. Effective on stunts too because of how he plays at 100 mph on every snap. 

176. Cowboys: Damone Clark, LB, LSU

Grade: B-

Probably would've been picked a round or two earlier had he not had major surgery after the season. Chiseled MLB with a well-rounded game, although he may have problems in coverage initially in NFL. Redshirt season ahead.

177. Lions: James Mitchell, TE, Virginia Tech

Grade: C+

Flashed early in his college career as useful, three-down H-back but injuries derailed his 2021. Good athleticism and catch radius. Decent after the catch too. Was still injured during pre-draft process.

178. Cowboys: John Ridgeway, DT, Arkansas

Grade: C

Big, long, classic two-gapper. Grown-man strength. Very limited burst and closing speed but will control blockers. Quality run defender.

179. Packers: Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina

Grade: A-

Slightly above average across the board with hand work, burst, and bend. Can get skinny through a gap and has a nice arm over. High-floor rusher because of his frame and length.