Mountain West Football: 2022 NFL Draft Central
From the first pick to undrafted free agency, here’s what you need to know about Mountain West football prospects throughout the NFL Draft.
It’ll be a busy few days.
On Thursday, the NFL Draft takes on the Las Vegas Strip for the first time.
A number of Mountain West football prospects are certain to get that coveted phone call throughout the event’s seven rounds and many more will sign in the aftermath known as undrafted free agency, so Mountain West Wire is here to keep you up to date on everything as it happens.
Check back here often over the next several days for everything you need to know about the athletes who could be selected and signed, as well as where they end up in the NFL.
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NFL Draft Profiles and Selections/Signings
Khalil Shakir, WR — selected by Buffalo Bills in 5th round, pick #148
Trey McBride, TE — selected by Arizona Cardinals in 2nd round, pick #55
Scott Patchan, DL — signed by Indianapolis Colts as undrafted free agent
Ryan Stonehouse, P — signed by Tennessee Titans as undrafted free agent
DaRon Bland, CB — selected by Dallas Cowboys in 5th round, pick #167
Arron Mosby, LB — signed by Carolina Panthers as undrafted free agent
Ronnie Rivers, RB — signed by Arizona Cardinals as undrafted free agent
Romeo Doubs, WR — selected by Green Bay Packers in 4th round, pick #132
Sam Hammond, DL — invited to minicamp by Buffalo Bills and Seattle Seahawks
Carson Strong, QB — signed by Philadelphia Eagles as undrafted free agent
Cole Turner, TE — selected by Washington Commanders in 5th round, pick #149
San Diego State
Matt Araiza, P/K — selected by Buffalo Bills in 6th round, pick #180
Greg Bell, RB — signed by Detroit Lions as undrafted free agent
Daniel Bellinger, TE — selected by New York Giants in 4th round, pick #112
William Dunkle, OL — signed by Philadelphia Eagles as undrafted free agent
Tayler Hawkins, CB — signed by San Francisco 49ers as undrafted free agent
Cameron Thomas, DE — selected by Arizona Cardinals in 3rd round, pick #87
Zachary Thomas, OL — selected by Chicago Bears in 6th round, pick #186
Trenton Thompson, DB — signed by New York Giants as undrafted free agent
San Jose State
Charles Williams, RB — invited to minicamp by Pittsburgh Steelers
Nick Heninger, DL— invited to minicamp by Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Justin Rice, LB
Savon Scarver, WR — signed by Chicago Bears as undrafted free agent
Deven Thompkins, WR — signed by Tampa Bay Buccaneers as undrafted free agent