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One undrafted rookie most likely to make Detroit Lions' 53-man roster – Detroit Sports Nation

Following the conclusion of the 2022 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions immediately began signing draft-eligible players who did not hear their names called over the seven rounds.
Here is a list of the undrafted rookie free agents the Lions signed following the conclusion of the 2022 NFL Draft.

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WR Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan (Info)

RB Greg Bell, San Diego State (Info)
DT Demetrius Taylor, Appalachian State (Info)
OT Obinna Eze, TCU (Info)
TE Nolan Given, Southeastern Louisiana (Info)
WR Corey Sutton, Appalachian State (Info)
WR Josh Johnson, Tulsa (Info)
DB Cedric Boswell, Miami Ohio (Info)
TE Derrick Deese Jr., San Jose State (Info)
CB Jermaine Waller, Virginia Tech (Info)
OG Kevin Jarvis, Michigan State (Info)
OL Zein Obeid, Ferris State (Info)

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One undrafted rookie most likely to make Detroit Lions’ 53-man roster

According to Nick Baumgardner of The Athletic, OT Obinna Eze out of TCU is the ‘Best UDFA Fit’ for the Lions in 2022.
Here is what Baumgardner has to say about Eze back in May about his potential fit with the Lions.
Detroit Lions: Obinna Eze, OT (TCU)
Eze has true tackle measurables, including an overdose of length. Eze’s 36 1/8-inch arms and 86 3/8-inch wingspan will give him a chance at the next level despite some pretty poor overall technique. He’s a project, to be sure, but one with traits that really can’t be ignored. If it clicks, there’s swing tackle possibility, something for which everyone’s always on the lookout.
Eze, who was the No. 19 offensive tackle according to draft guru Dane Brugler, was given $170,000 to sign so it would not be surprising at all to see him make the team out of camp.
The fact that Eze is an offensive lineman will make it a bit easier for him to make the team out of camp because he would not be in a rotation like say a defensive lineman would be.

Nation, which UDFA do you think has the best chance of making the Detroit Lions in 2022?

Nation, which UDFA do you think has the best chance of making the Detroit Lions in 2022?

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