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Ranking Marcus Allen has given the top five titles so far in the top 10.

We are closing in on the 2022 NFL Draft and with that great talent and youth coming into the league. This year’s draft is less predictable than most, as there is no clear consensus on who will be at the top of the first round. It leads us to action today. Here we are at CBS Sports, now known as the first round (the first 32 elections).

We will cover each round of the first round until Thursday, April 28, until 8 p.m.

The way we decide who did it right is their impact on the league, longevity, admiration and – simply – a sense of whether or not they deserve to enter this special class.

Last year, the Eagles took over Devonta Smith at No. 10. Our CBS Sports Draft Analysts USC broadcaster Drake London and Cincinnati cornerback Ahmed “Saus” Gardner are just a few of the potential candidates for the’s upcoming draft.

5. Jerome Betis, running backwards

1993 NFL Draft No. 10 in General (Notre Dame)
Group (s) Los Angeles Rams (1993-1995), Pittsburgh (1996-2005)

Betis landed in Hollywood with Rams and went more than 1,400 yards on seven points in his first season on the ground after a stellar performance for the Irish fighter. He was an all-pro as a beginner first team, excellent.

His production extended to the Steelers over the next two seasons before his trade. He became a household name in Pittsburgh, his work blossomed, and in the early 1990s and early 2000s he became a member of the great Steelers. Like Rams, Betis’ first year ended with Pittsburgh’s first-team All-Pro team, which began six consecutive seasons with an average return of power, carrying 4.1 yards on more than 1,000 meters. .

Betis finished his career in the Super Bowl in his hometown of Detroit. He was twice the first team All-Pro and was once named to the second team. In 2015 he entered the famous hall.

2017 NFL Draft Draft No. 10 General (Texas Tech)
Group (s) Kansas City (2017-present)

Yes, active player is on this list. The Mahoms were a controversial choice in the 2017 draft, with the Chiefs moving from a total of 27 points to returning a wild but talented quarterback from Texas Tech. After a rooster season, Mahomes went on to win 50 touchdowns and an MVP award in 2018, earning the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs and advancing to the AFC title game.

He won the Super Bowl the following season, covering 4,000 yards in 14 games. A.D. In 2020, Mahoms threw 38 touchdowns in six regular season games to lead the Chiefs to another Super Bowl view. He also led the league in the playoffs. It makes the Mahoms look like the most ridiculous finishes when you are consistently racing or trying to get the ball off the field 60-plus yards.

To date, Mahoms has 114 passing touchdowns to 24 interceptions and a massive 8.4 yards-try.

2003 NFL Draft No. 10 Overall (Arizona State)
Group (s) Baltimore (2003-2018), Arizona (2019), Kansas City (2019)

During his 16 years with the team, Suggs was a key member of the Ravens’ defense, and covered the 10-sack mark on seven different occasions.

A.D. He was named Defender of the Year in 2003 and Baltimore Player of the Year in 2011; His 139 work bags are currently eighth in NFL history. The 6-foot-3, 265-pound’s was known for its incredible style and power on the way to the quarterback.

He was once the first team All-Pro, and on one occasion he played the Second Team All-Pro and Pro Bowl seven times.

2. Rod Woodson, defensive back

1987 NFL Draft Number 10 General (Erdu)
Group (s) Pittsburgh (1987-1996), San Francisco (1997), Baltimore (1998-2001), Raiders (2002-2003)

Woodson was one of the most feared defensive backs we have ever seen in the NFL. Professionally, he has at least one choice in every 17 seasons. In Pittsburgh, Woodson was the first All-Pro team in the third season. In that campaign, he made 80 assists, snatched three picks, forced four assists, and recovered four more. He was the first team in the next season and finished a total of 16 interceptions in 1992, 1993 and 1994. In 1992, he hit 100 tackles.

Interestingly, Woodson never led the NFL when he met the Steelers, but he did twice in his career – in 1999 with the Ravens and in 2002 with the Raiders. He also took the 12 best ones home. Sixth time, the first team All-Pro. He became a pro-footballer in 2009.

1982 NFL DraftTotal No. 10 (USC)
Group (s)Robbers (1982-1992), Kansas City (1993-1997)

Ever since Allen joined the NFL in 1982, he has been electric back. That season he led the NFL in ground-breaking touchdowns and was named Rocky of the Year. He then went on to go over 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons – surprisingly only three times in that career – and topped the NFL MVP and offensive line in 1985 with 1,759 rushing yards. Of the year.

A.D. At the beginning of 1984, he had one of the most famous exploration races in Super Bowl history, a stunning 74-yard scamper with a 38-9 victory over the Washington defense. That race helped him win the Super Bowl MVP. Allen was named one of the six Pro Bowls in 1993, one of the 12 that quickly led the NFL. He was twice the first team All-Pro and made the second team once.

Alan finished the job with 12,243 rushing yards, which is still 14th in all time. A.D. He entered the Pro Football Hall in 2003.

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