The 2022 NFL Draft got off to a wild start on Day 1 Thursday night with a flurry of trades, including A.J. Brown going from the Titans to the Eagles and Day 2 could be just as wild with every quarterback minus Kenny Pickett still available

Below you'll find everything you need to know for Day 2 and Day 3, from prospect rankings to picks -- and all the mock drafts and insider information you can get. You can track each pick here

Second round draft order

  • 33. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • 34. Minnesota Vikings
  • 35. Tennessee Titans
  • 36. New York Giants
  • 37. Houston Texans
  • 38. New York Jets
  • 39. Chicago Bears
  • 40. Seattle Seahawks
  • 41. Seattle Seahawks
  • 42. Indianapolis Colts
  • 43. Atlanta Falcons
  • 44. Cleveland Browns
  • 45. Baltimore Ravens
  • 46. Detroit Lions
  • 47. Washington Commanders
  • 48. Chicago Bears
  • 49. New Orleans Saints
  • 50. Kansas City Chiefs
  • 51. Philadelphia Eagles
  • 52. Pittsburgh Steelers
  • 53. Green Bay Packers
  • 54. New England Patriots
  • 55. Arizona Cardinals
  • 56. Dallas Cowboys
  • 57. Buffalo Bills
  • 58. Atlanta Falcons
  • 59. Green Bay Packers
  • 60. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • 61. San Francisco 49ers
  • 62. Kansas City Chiefs
  • 63. Cincinnati Bengals
  • 64. Denver Broncos

When and where is the draft?

The 2022 NFL Draft will take place in Las Vegas, one year after the draft was hosted in Cleveland. Here is the list of the 21 prospects that will be attending. 

The draft will be on a variety of networks. NFL Network, ESPN and ABC will provide the coverage and you can stream live on FuboTV. Here are the start times for each round: 

  • Friday, April 29, at 7 p.m. ET
  • Saturday, April 30, at noon ET 

Prospect rankings (overall)

RankPlayerSchoolYearPositionPosition RankHeightWeight
1Aidan HutchinsonMichiganSrEDGE16-7260
2Evan NealAlabamaJrOL16-7337
3Ahmad GardnerCincinnatiJrCB16-3190
4Kyle HamiltonNotre DameJrS16-4220
5Derek Stingley Jr.LSUJrCB26-0195
6Kayvon ThibodeauxOregonSophEDGE26-4254
7Garrett WilsonOhio St.JrWR16-0183
8Charles CrossMiss. StateSophOL26-5307
9Tyler LinderbaumIowaJrOL36-2296
10Ikem EkwonuNC StateSophOL46-4310
11Jameson WilliamsAlabamaJrWR26-2179
12Drake LondonUSCJrWR36-4219
13Travon WalkerGeorgiaJrDL16-5272
14Nakobe DeanGeorgiaJrLB15-11229
15Treylon BurksArkansasJrWR46-2225
16Andrew Booth Jr.ClemsonJrCB36-0194
17Jordan DavisGeorgiaSrDL26-6341
18Daxton HillMichiganJrS26-0191
19Jermaine Johnson IIFlorida St.SrEDGE36-5254
20Devin LloydUtahJrLB26-3237
21Bernhard RaimannC. MichiganJrOL56-6303
22Trent McDuffieWashingtonSophCB45-11193
23Malik WillisLibertyJrQB16-1219
24Boye MafeMinnesotaSrDL36-4265
25Roger McCrearyAuburnSrCB55-11190
26George KarlaftisPurdueJrEDGE46-4266
27Kenyon GreenTexas A&MJrOL66-4323
28Devonte WyattGeorgiaSrDL46-3307
29Chris OlaveOhio St.SrWR56-0187
30Kenny PickettPittsburghSrQB26-3217
31Lewis CineGeorgiaJrS36-2199
32George Pickens

Click here for the full position-by-position rankings provided by CBS Sports.  

Mock draft central

With the unpredictability of this draft, who the Jacksonville Jaguars take with the first pick is anyone's guess. When will the first quarterback be taken off the board? And who will take them? S 

To find out who the teams with multiple first-round picks are projected to take, check out who our NFL writers picked here!

Here are some other draft articles leading up to Round 1:

Insider information

Our NFL insiders Jason La Canfora and Jonathan Jones have you covered leading up to the draft. Here's the latest from each:

From a fantasy standpoint

It's never too early to get prepared for your fantasy football season (let's face it, rookies can win you a championship in a dynasty league). Our CBS fantasy expert Chris Towers took a look at the biggest fantasy questions in the first round for the NFC -- and the AFC

For a list of individual profiles on the top prospects click here.

For the bettors out there 

Want to make some money this weekend? Our Jordan Dajani took a look at the five best bets to consider, along with the player prop bets by William Hill Sportsbook. 

Some fun facts about this year's draft 

  • Entering the 2022 NFL Draft, eight teams have multiple first round selections: Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Giants, New York Jets, New Orleans Saints, and Philadelphia Eagles. The most teams to make multiple first-round selections in a single draft since 1967 is six (last time in 2020). 
  • Eight teams currently do not have a first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. The most teams not to make a first-round pick in a single draft since 1967 is seven (most recently in 2020).
  • The Seattle Seahawks (1993), Dallas Cowboys (1989), and New Orleans Saints (1971) have the three longest droughts drafting a quarterback in Round 1. Two of these franchises could snap that streak this year. 
  • The Cincinnati Bengals have their latest first-round pick ever -- No. 31 overall. 
  • Ohio State and USC have 72 players taken in the first round in the common-draft era (since 1967). The Buckeyes and Trojans are expected to have another first-round selection this year. 

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