Madden 22 season is formally here, and that implies an opportunity to investigate Ea's opinion about the association's most current players. The NFL Draft for 2021 occurred back in April, implying that this will be the primary game that
Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, and Ja'Marr Chase will be in a Madden game. Be that as it may, what's Ea's opinion about these players? We should investigate the best newbies in Madden 22.
Here is a gander at the main ten:
Kyle Pitts, TE: 81 OVR (Falcons)
Trevor Lawrence, QB: 78 OVR (Jaguars)
Jaylen Waddle, WR: 76 OVR (Dolphins)
Patrick Surtain II, CB: 76 OVR (Broncos)
Najee Harris, HB: 76 OVR (Steelers)
Greg Newsome II, CB: 76 OVR (Browns)
Travis Etienne Jr., HB: 76 OVR (Jaguars)
Devonta Smith, WR: 75 OVR (Eagles)
Ja'Marr Chase, WR: 75 OVR (Bengals)
Zach Wilson, QB: 75 OVR (Jets)
This rundown is quite stacked with players from the hostile side of the ball, and that truly shouldn't be an over the top shock. Eight of the ten picks from the 2021 NFL Draft were offense players, and a significant number of those people made this rundown. One who didn't, yet tieed a couple of the names on this rundown, was Lions lineman Penai Sewell, who will begin the year as a 75 OVR player.
Curiously, however, is that the top pick from the Draft, Trevor Lawrence, won't begin the year as the most noteworthy evaluated freshman. Hawks new kid on the block Kyle Pitts, who was chosen fourth generally, will at 81 OVR.