21 prospects set to attend NFL draft in Las Vegas (report)

21 prospects set to attend NFL draft in Las Vegas (report) thumbnail

The list of prospects who plan to attend the NFL draft in Las Vegas on Thursday, April 28 has been released.

Right now, there are 21 NFL prospects who are on the list, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, coming from 17 different colleges. The only three schools that have multiple prospects are the national champions Georgia, with three prospects, and national runners-up Alabama, with two prospects. Ohio State has two prospects.

The list includes names like Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson and Oregon’s Kayvon Thibodeaux. Alabama’s Jameson Williams, Ole Miss’s Matt Corral, Liberty’s Malik Willis, and Alabama’s Jameson Williams.

Many project Hutchinson as the eventual No. 1 overall draft pick. There are 32 first round picks, and most of the prospects listed are expected to go in the first round. There will be 262 picks over the course of three days and seven rounds.

Scroll to Continue

Per Sports Illustrated‘s 2022 NFL draft prospect rankings, the only person in the top 10 not attending the draft as of now is Georgia’s Travon Walker. The event will take place in-person on the Las Vegas Strip. The draft takes place in the Las Vegas area after it was set to host the 2020 draft, which was eventually held remotely due to the outbreak of COVID-19. The 2021 draft took place in Cleveland.

Here is the list of all 21 attending NFL prospects as of now.

More NFL Coverage:

Read More