2022 Cyclone NFL Draft Tracker
Breece Hall RB (RD 2, Pick 36)
Breece Hall will be an amazing fit for the New York Jets who have build on their amazing draft. Hall, one of the most talented players in the entire draft will be a day one starter in the NFL. More on Breece in the Cyclones in the NFL Draft Projections:
Potential Cyclones in the 2022 NFL Draft
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Eyioma Uwazurike-DE (Round 4, Pick 11)
The Broncos got a BEAST. Uwazurike went crazy last season with 9 sacks and now joins a historically dominant defense in Denver. The Detroit native recorded 43 total tackles for the Cyclones the past season.
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Charlie Kolar- TE (Round 4, Pick 128)
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Charlie Kolar has the ability to have an immediate impact for the Ravens as a passing catching tight end to complement Mark Andrews. He was great at that for the Cyclones with over 2100 yards and 23 touchdowns over his career at Iowa State.
Brock Purdy- QB (Round 7 Pick 262)
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Brock Purdy was selected as “Mr. Irrelevant”. Brock Purdy was a program changer for Iowa State. He led the Cyclones to their first New Years 6 Bowl Win, and is now looking towards his pro career in San Francisco. He has most of the passing records in Iowa State history and looks to carve out a role for himself in then NFL.
Signed after the Draft
Mike Rose (LB)- Kansas City Chiefs
It was surprising Rose did not get drafted due to his versatility, however, he has a great shot to make an impact for the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted Free Agent
ISU LB Mike Rose to Chiefs, source says — Nick Osen (@TheRealNickOsen) April 30, 2022
Jake Hummel (LB)- Los Angeles Rams
The defending champs got a Linebacker with a top of promise. He has elite agility and speed that was show cased during his pro day that NFL Scouts loved
LB Jake Hummel (Iowa State) has agreed to terms with the Rams as an undrafted free agent, per source. — Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue) April 30, 2022
Chase Allen (TE)- Chicago Bears
Chase Allen stays in the Midwest and signs a deal with the Chicago Bears. Allen was an amazing blocker in the run game for Iowa State and could definitely carve out a solid role in the NFL.
BREAKING: Iowa State star Tight End Chase Allen is headed to the Chicago Bears, a source tells @247Sports/ Cyclone Alert — Nick Osen (@TheRealNickOsen) April 30, 2022
Andrew Mevis (K)- Jacksonville Jaguars
Mevis, who was an outstanding kicker for Iowa State after years of kicking struggles for the Cyclones will compete for a starting placekicker job.
Derek Schweiger (OL)- New Orleans Saints
A staple on the offensive line for Iowa State, Schweiger will get a shot to make the roster with the New Orleans Saints.
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Greg Eisworth (S)- Miami Dolphins
Cyclone star safety Greg Eisworth will get a try out opportunity with the Miami Dolphins.