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2022 NFL Draft Derek Stingley Jr. Draft Position Odds: Will Stingley Fall Out of the Top 10?

The 2022 NFL Draft is just two weeks away. One of the markets to keep an eye on is Derek Stingley Jr.'s draft position odds. Will Stingley fall outside of the Top 10?
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2022 NFL Draft Derek Stingley Jr. Draft Position Odds: Will Stingley Fall Out of the Top 10?

Derek Stingley Jr. is one of the more polarizing guys at the NFL Draft this year. For a while, he was viewed as a lock to be selected in the top-10 of the NFL Draft but has begun to fall over the last couple of months as injuries have played a factor in how teams view him going forward.

Will someone take a big swing on Derek Stingley Jr. and take him in the top-10 or will he fall just to the outside of the top-10 in this year's draft? Let's take a look at Derek Stingley Jr's draft position odds and see what the oddsmakers think.

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2022 NFL Draft Derek Stingley Jr. Draft Position Odds

Draft PositionOddsImplied Chance
Over 10.5-10551.22%
Under 10.5-12555.56%

Derek Stingley Jr. is given an implied chance of 55.56% to go in the top 10. It's easy to see why NFL General Manager's around the league would fall in love with a guy like Stingley. He's six-foot-one 195 pounds with great speed, a great vertical, and good ball skills. Heck in 2019, as a true Freshman, Stingley was downright dominant in the SEC. That's impressive stuff.

The issue for him isn't the measurables or the skills that we see when he's on the field. The issues come with injuries. He's played just 10 games in the last two years and is in the process of recovering from a Lisfranc injury. That's something that can linger unfortunately and we've seen it derail careers before, essentially ending Santonio Holmes' career at 29 years old.

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The question is will someone be willing to take that gamble in the top-10. On paper, teams like the Jets, Giants, and Seahawks could all use help at the position with picks in the top-10. I'd imagine that Sauce Gardner is the first corner to come off the board in the top-10 but will we see two get drafted that early?

My gut says no. The sweet spot for Stingley feels right outside the top-10 with Washington, Minnesota, and Baltimore all having picks between 11-14. It's not impossible to see him go earlier than that but value-wise, I think I'd be willing to take the risk that he falls.

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