NFL draft 2022 rankings: Top 25 prospects, best by position in Mel Kiper's Big Board after college football season

Is any QB worthy of a top-10 draft pick? (2:06)

Todd McShay and Mel Kiper discuss if there is a standout quarterback who deserves to be drafted in the top 10 in this year's NFL draft. (2:06)

A lot has changed since early December, when I last updated my Big Board and position rankings for the 2022 NFL draft. I wanted to get through bowl season to reevaluate several prospects and do some shuffling, and a lot of the work I did for that led to my debut mock draft, which had few risers. Now it's time to unveil my adjusted rankings.

Senior Bowl practices begin on Feb. 1, and it's a loaded roster this year, with six of the top seven 2022 quarterbacks in attendance, along with a few other potential first-round picks. There could be some movement in these rankings after that, as NFL evaluators get a chance to see prospects compete head-to-head. Those practices -- which include one-on-one drills -- are great for watching competition between offensive linemen and defensive lineman and pass-catchers against defensive backs.

Let's get into my top 25 rankings, plus the top 10 prospects at every position. It's important to note that the heights and weights listed below are based on what we have from schools, so while they're going to be close to accurate, we won't get the official numbers until the Senior Bowl and combine in March.