Targets Project – Brisker, Hill and Cine

Join us for another installment of our 2022 NFL Draft prospect series where we cover a few players at the defensive safety position the Detroit Lions might be interested in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Detroit Lions podcast dives into safety

The Detroit Lions are in desperate need of defensive security and there is huge potential in Jaquan Brisker, Daxton Hill and Lewis Cine for the Lions. All three have the potential to be available when the Lions pick at the end of the first round and the start of the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft. Which ones will be available, and who will Brad Holmes and company decide on the right fit? anyone in defense of Dan Campbell?

The Lions are moving to a 4-2-5 defensive scheme this year which will reduce RB requirements, but increase cornerback and safety requirements. After re-signing Tracy Walker and signing DeShon Elliot from the Baltimore Ravens, the Lions still have a strong need for the position. That being said, there are some great options available and they are expected to fill that need at the No. 32 or No. 34 overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft. Check out Colin’s breakdown and see who you think is the best candidate for the Detroit Lions.

The 2022 NFL Draft will be a key turning point for Brad Holmes, Dan Campbell and the Detroit Lions. After a strong showing in the 2021 NFL Draft, we’ll be looking to see how they perform this year and get an indication of how well this Detroit Lions front office is in evaluating and analyzing draft prospects. .

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