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2022 NFL Draft Pools

Round 1 of the Draft is Thursday, April 29, 2021 @ 8:00:00 PM

Create a private Draft pickem pool

  • Predict the 1st 10 drafted players
  • Full points are awarded for exact predictions
  • Partial points are awarded for non-exact predictions

 
Create a private Draft pickem pool
 

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3 different scoring methods to choose from

Feature highlights:

  • Commissioners can edit anyone's picks at any time
     
  • Players can view everyone's picks (after picks deadline)
     
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What is a Draft pickem pool?

Challenge you and your friends' knowledge of this year's NFL draft prospects. See who can most correctly predict the 1st 10 players in 2022 NFL draft order.

Make your prediction of the Top 10 players drafted in Round 1 of the NFL Draft 2022. Accrue points based on the Top 10 players drafted.

Get full points for exact draft positions and partial points for other Top 10 draft predictions.

Object of the Game

the object of an nfl draft pool
The object of the game is to get the most points for the 1st Round 1 by predicting the first 10 prospects to be picked.

How It Works

how a draft pool works
  • You and your buddies make your predictions before the first round of the draft.
  • We'll calculate your scores.
  • You and your buddies check the site to see how you did and maybe talk a little smack.

Scoring

we do all of the scoring calculations, you just put your picks in
Full Points for a pick:
You'll get the full 10 points for each exact pick. Example: You pick Player "A" to be drafted 3rd, and he gets drafted 3rd, so, you get 10 points for that pick.

 

Partial Points for a pick:
You'll get partial points for each of your picks that finish in the Top 10. The formula is as follows:

10 (Full Points) minus (-) the difference between your pick and the actual draft position for that player.

Example: You pick "Player B" to get drafted 4th. "Player B" actually goes 2nd in the draft. So, 4th minus (-) 2nd is 2, (4 - 2 = 2), which is the difference between your pick and the draft position of that player. Your score for that pick would be 8 points, (10 - 2 = 8).

We have 3 different scoring options to choose from.
10 points per exact pick
» 10 points per exact pick
10 points per exact pick; 3 points for partials
»Exact pick = 10 points

»Non-exact pick, but, competitor places in top 10 = 3 points
Sliding Points Scale
» Full Points for an exact pick:
You'll get the full 10 points for each exact pick. Example: You pick John Doe to come in 3rd, and John Doe finishes in 3rd place, so, you get 10 points for that pick.
 
» Partial Points for a non-exact pick:
You'll get partial points for each of your picks that finish in the Top 10. The formula is as follows:
10 (Full Points) minus (-) the difference between your pick and the actual placing of that driver.
Example: You pick John Doe to finish in 4th place. John Doe actually finishes in 2nd place. So, 4th place minus (-) 2nd place is 2, (4 - 2 = 2), which is the difference between your pick and the contestant's actual placing. Your score for that pick would be 8 points, (10 - 2 = 8).


Tie Breaker:

Tie Breaker: How many trades will occur during the first round?

Is there going to be a draft?

is there going to be an NFL draft?
The first round starts Thursday, April 29, 2021 @ 8:00:00 PM.

2022 NFL draft prospects


 
01 Trevor Lawrence - QB
02 Zach Wilson - QB
03 Ja'Marr Chase - WR
04 Penei Sewell - OL
05 Kyle Pitts - TE
06 Justin Fields - QB
07 Micah Parsons - LB
08 Jaylen Waddle - WR
09 DeVonta Smith - WR
10 Trey Lance - QB
11 Caleb Farley - CB
12 Kwity Paye - DL
13 Christian Darrisaw -OL
14 Rashawn Slater - OL
15 Patrick Surtain II -CB
16 Trevon Moehrig - S
17 J. Owusu-Koramoa - LB
18 Azeez Ojulari - LB
19 Alijah Vera-Tucker -OL
20 Rondale Moore - WR
21 Jaelan Phillips - DL
22 Mac Jones - QB
23 Teven Jenkins - OL
24 Kadarius Toney - WR
25 Christian Barmore - DL
26 Asante Samuel Jr. - CB
27 Levi Onwuzurike - DL
28 Joseph Ossai - LB
29 Zaven Collins - LB
30 Jaycee Horn - CB
31 Tyson Campbell - CB
32 Greg Newsome II - DB
33 Jayson Oweh - EDGE
34 Rashod Bateman - WR
35 Jalen Mayfield - OL
36 Terrace Marshall Jr-WR
37 Alex Leatherwood - OL
38 Travis Etienne - RB
39 Najee Harris - RB
40 Daviyon Nixon - DT
41 Elijah Moore - WR
42 Aaron Robinson - DB
43 Kelvin Joseph - DB
44 Carlos Basham Jr-EDGE
45 Javonte Williams - RB
46 Ifeatu Melifonwu - CB
47 Jackson Carman - OL
48 D'Wayne Eskridge - WR
49 Gregory Rousseau -EDGE
50 Richie Grant - DB
51 Jamin Davis - LB
52 Creed Humphrey - OL
53 Alim McNeill - DT
54 Wyatt Davis - OL
55 Jevon Holland - S
56 Andre Cisco - S
57 Tylan Wallace - WR
58 Elijah Molden - CB
59 Hamsah Nasirildeen - S
60 Ar'Darius Washington-S
61 Ronnie Perkins - DE
62 Osa Odighizuwa - DL
63 Davis Mills - QB
64 Nick Bolton - LB
65 Eric Stokes - CB
66 Dazz Newsome - WR
67 Dillon Radunz - OL
68 Samuel Cosmi - OL
69 Pat Freiermuth - TE
70 Milton Williams - DL
71 Rashad Weaver - DL
72 Joe Tryon - EDGE
73 Trey Smith - OL
74 Camryn Bynum - CB
75 Michael Carter - RB
76 Kyle Trask - QB
77 Baron Browning - LB
78 Brevin Jordan - TE
79 Cornell Powell - WR
80 Deonte Brown - OL
81 Chazz Surratt - LB
82 Shakur Brown - CB
83 Walker Little - OL
84 Jay Tufele - DL
85 Jabril Cox - LB
86 Tyler Shelvin - DL
87 Marvin Wilson - DL
88 Adetokunbo Ogundeji-DL
89 Patrick Jones II -EDGE
90 James Hudson - OL
91 Amari Rodgers - WR
92 Jamie Newman - QB
93 Sage Surratt - WR
94 Kenneth Gainwell - RB
95 Quinn Meinerz - OG
96 Dylan Moses - LB
97 Amon-Ra St. Brown - WR
98 Shaka Toney - DE
99 Hunter Long - TE

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