NFL Draft 2023 – Edge Defenders Head Strong Defensive Class

NFL Draft 2023 – Edge Defenders Head Strong Defensive Class

The NFL Draft 2023 is strongest on the defensive side of the ball and the edge class is the leader. This year 5-7 prospects will probably fall in the first round with a total of 12-15 selected in the top 100 selections. Edge defenders are the most important defensive position with the ability to change games with one play. This year’s group is a high quality class with many well developed prospects to step in as rookies and make a difference. Clubs will invest heavy here with many prospects demanding a top selection, making this position the riskiest on the defensive side of the ball.

Photo – DE Luke Van Ness – Iowa     
Photographer – Bryon Houlgrave/ The Register/USA Today

Edge Defenders – Grade: A

    Positional Overview:

This year’s edge defenders’ class is a very strong group which could produce as many as six #1 picks. There are several blue-chip prospects at the top and probably 5 could go in the top 25 selections. There could be as many as 12-15 in the top three rounds with as many as 20+ thru the middle rounds. Will Anderson is the best defender in this draft class and could be a top three overall pick. He is NFL ready and a three-down starter.  He is an explosive edge defender and the best of this special class of edge rushers. He figures in the top few selections. Tyree Wilson is a complete fast-rising player who figures in the top ten selections. He could surprise and has the freakish athleticism to fit both NFL fronts in two positions. Keion White figures in the top 40 players. He is well developed and can be a day one starter and difference maker. Lukas Van Ness had an impressive final season and displayed a special burst off the edge. He is rated a top 15 selection with a prospect with impact ability in either scheme. Ade Adebawore is a player on the rise and coveted by contenders in the first round to plug and play. He is an emerging edge rusher who may be the wild card in the top 30-40 selections. Twelve prospects figure in the top 100 picks and fit the edge rusher role. Will McDonald, Zack Harrison and Felix Anudike-Uzomah are quality edge rushers with fine production and have the developed talent to start in either front. Tuli Tuipulotu figures both outside and inside and could fit best in a five-technique position. There should be an expected run throughout the top 150 picks especially from the 2nd thru the 4th rounds. With the huge demand for rushers, clubs will draft into this deep group for prospects. Expect approximately 25-30 prospects chosen over the three-days with the importance of rushers playing a huge part in game strategy. This is a top-heavy group and deep class through the middle rounds.

          NFL Teams in need:

  1. Cardinals           5. Colts
  2. Broncos              6. Falcons        
  3. Chiefs                  7. Jaguars
  4. Saints                  8. Texans

 NFL Premier Player
Nick Bosa

Blue Chip – Will Anderson
Blue Chip – Tyree Wilson
Red Chip – Lukas Van Ness
Rising – Keion White
Falling – Andre Carter
Underrated – Dylan Horton
Overrated – Tuli Tuipulotu
Sleeper – Jose Ramirez
Boom/Bust – Zach Harrison
Long term Gem – Lukas Van Ness
Overdrafted – Ade Adebawore

Positional Traits
Best Athlete – Will Anderson
Best Rusher – Will Anderson
Best Run Stuffer – Tyree Wilson
Best Pursuit – Nolan Smith
Shed Blocks – Lukas Van Ness
Recognition – Dylan Horton
Best Intangibles – Andre Carter
Ball Instincts – Isaiah Foskey
Strongest – Keion White
Most Developed – Will Anderson

Top Edge Prospects    

1 Will Anderson                    Alabama
2 Tyree Wilson                      Texas Tech
3 Myles Murphy                   Clemson
4 Lukas Van Ness                Iowa
5 Nolan Smith                      Georgia
6 Keion White                      Georgia Tech
7 Isaiah Foskey                    Notre Dame
8 Ade Adebawore                 Northwestern
9 Will McDonald                    Iowa State
10 Felix Anudike-Uzomah              Kansas State
11 Zach Harrison                               Ohio State
12 BJ Ojulari                                       LSU
13 Derick Hall                                     Auburn
14 Tuli Tuipulotu                               Southern Cal
15 Dylan Horton                                TCU
16 Isaiah Maguire                              Missouri
17 Andre Carter                                 Army
18 Mike Morris                                   Michigan
19 Byron Young                                 Tennessee
20 Jose Ramirez                                 Eastern Michigan

Jets Finalize Deal for Packers’ Aaron Rodgers

Jets Finally Complete Deal for Packers’ Aaron Rodgers

QB Aaron Rodgers  
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The long awaited trade between the NY Jets and the Green Bay Packers for star QB Aaron Rodgers was finally completed. The blockbuster trade has been discussed for the past few months with only final compensation delaying the completion. The Jets receive the 4-time league MVP Aaron Rodgers along with the Packers first round 2023 pick (#15) and a 5th round this year (#170) in exchange for New York’s 2023 1st-rounder (#13), 2023 second-round (#42) and sixth-round (#207) picks, as well as a conditional 2024 second-round selection that could become a first-round pick if Rodgers plays in at least 65% of the Jets’ snaps this year.

The Jets have spent the offseason working on this trade, plus bringing in new offensive players on the roster to facilitate transforming their 25th ranked offense into a playoff contender. They signed wideouts Allen Lazard and Mecole Hardman to boost a receiving corps that features rookie sensation former #1 pick, Garrett Wilson and vet Cory Davis. The Jets also look to running back Breece Hall returning from an ACL injury. He was having an outstanding rookie performance when injured at midseason. Jets will probably focus on their offensive line with their early selections #15 and #43 in the NFL Draft 2023 which begins Thursday night at 8 pm

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Photo – RB Bijan Robinson – Texas

First Round

#          Team                                                 Player                Position                School
1          Carolina (Chicago)                   CJ Stroud                     QB                   Ohio State
2          Houston                                      Bryce Young                 QB                   Alabama
3          Arizona                                      Will Anderson                Edge                Alabama
4          Indianapolis                             Will Levis                      QB                   Kentucky
5          Seattle (Denver)                       Tyree Wilson                 DE                   Texas Tech      
6          Detroit (LA Rams)                    Devon Witherspoon       CB                    Illinois
7          Las Vegas                                 Anthony Richardson      QB                   Florida
8          Atlanta                                        Jalen Carter                  DT                    Georgia
9          Chicago (Carolina)                   Broderick Jones            OT                    Georgia
10         Philadelphia (New Orleans)     Bijan Robinson          RB                    Texas                          
11         Tennessee                                   Peter Skoronski            OT                  Northwestern
12         Houston (Cleveland)                Quentin Johnston          WR                   TCU     
13         NY Jets                                    Paris Johnson               OT                    Ohio State       
14         New England                           Christian Gonzalez         CB                    Oregon
15         Green Bay                                Dalton Kincaid               TE                    Utah
16         Washington                              Joey Porter                   CB                    Penn State
17         Pittsburgh                                Lukas Van Ness            Edge                Iowa
18         Detroit                                      Michael Mayer               TE                    Notre Dame
19         Tampa Bay                               Nolan Smith                  Edge                Georgia
20         Seattle                                      Jordan Addison             WR                   Southern Cal
–           Miami (pick forfeited)                          
21         LA Chargers                             Jaxon Smith-Njigba       WR                   Ohio State
22         Baltimore                                 Darnell Wright               OT                    Tennessee
23         Minnesota                                Myles Murphy               Edge                Clemson
24         Jacksonville                             Zay Flowers                  WR                   Boston College
25         NY Giants                                 Deonte Banks               CB                    Maryland
26         Dallas                                       Jahmyr Gibbs               RB                    Alabama
27         Buffalo                                     Brian Branch                 S                      Alabama
28         Cincinnati                                Joe Tippmann                 C                      Wisconsin
29         New Orleans (S Fran-Miami-Den) Keion White          DE            Georgia Tech               
30         Philadelphia                             Isaiah Foskey               Edge                Notre Dame
31         Kansas City                             Cody Mauch                  OL                    North Dakota State
Second Round
32         Pittsburgh (Chicago)          Will McDonald               Edge                Iowa State
33         Houston                                   O’Cyrus Torrence           OG                   Florida
34         Arizona                                    Cam Smith                    CB                    South Carolina
35         Indianapolis                             Jalin Hyatt                   WR                   Tennessee
36         LA Rams                                  Drew Sanders               LB                    Arkansas 
37         Seattle (Denver)                       Daiyan Henley           LB                  Washington St         
38         Las Vegas                                Luke Musgrave             TE                    Oregon State
39         Carolina                                   Trent Simpson              LB                    Clemson
40         New Orleans                            Bryan Bresee                DT                    Clemson
41         Tennessee                                Jack Campbell              LB                    Iowa
42         NY Jets (Cleveland)                 John Michael Schmitz    C                      Minnesota        
43         NY Jets                                    Darnell Washington       TE                    Georgia
44         Atlanta                                    Kelee Ringo                  CB                    Georgia
45         Green Bay                                Dawand Jones              OT                    Ohio State
46         New England                           Adetomiwa Adebawore  Edge                Northwestern
47         Washington                              Zach Charbonnet           RB                    UCLA
48         Detroit                                      Keeanu Benton             DT                    Wisconsin
49         Pittsburgh                                Mazi Smith                    DT                    Michigan
50         Tampa Bay                               Felix Anudike-Uzomah   Edge                Kansas State
51         Miami                                       Sam LaPorta                TE                    Iowa
52         Seattle                                      Tyrique Stevenson        CB                    Miami
53         Chicago (Baltimore)                 Rashee Rice                 WR                   SMU
54         LA Chargers                             Antonio Johnson           S                      Texas A&M
55         Detroit (Minnesota)                 Devon Achane               RB                    Texas A&M
56         Jacksonville                             Blake Freeland              OT                    BYU
57         NY Giants                                 Marvin Mims                 WR                   Oklahoma
58         Dallas                                       Steve Avila                   C                      TCU
59         Buffalo                                     Calijah Kancey              DT                    Pittsburgh
60         Cincinnati                                Emmanuel Forbes         CB                    Mississippi State
61         Chicago (San Fran-Carolina)    Zach Harrison              DE                Ohio State                   
62         Philadelphia                            D.J. Turner                    CB                    Michigan
63         Kansas City                             Josh Downs                  WR                   North Carolina

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NFL Draft 2023 – Strong Corner Group Tops Talented Defensive Class

Strong Cornerback Group Tops Talented Defensive Class

Cornerbacks – Grade: A

     Frank Coyle/ Head scout

Positional Overview:

This year’s cornerback class is a high-quality group which is very deep, though not as top heavy as last year. There are a few blue chips expected to go in the mid-1st round with many other highly regarded corners expected to go through the top 50-100 overall selections. Underclassmen dominate our top ten prospects, though the senior group is a very solid with nice development. Devon Witherspoon is our #1 prospect with Christian Gonzalez and Joey Porter expected to earn mid first round selections. Witherspoon could be selected in the top 10 overall picks with a rookie starting grade. Gonzalez has the skill set to start early and is NFL ready after an awesome final performance. Porter is another in a long line of PSU corners to enter the NFL. He is a physical cover man with the NFL makeup to excel on the outside. Deonte Banks has prototypical shutdown skills for the pro game. He is rising fast and could earn a late 1st round selection. Teammate Jakorian Bennett is a rising cover man with well-developed talent to press for early starting time. Cam Smith and Kelee Ringo are possible late first round or early 2nd round picks. Both are SEC battle tested and figure to press for starting jobs in camp. Darius Rush and Emmanuel Forbes are another pair of talented big SEC corners. Rush is coming off an impressive career finish. Forbes is the best ball hawk in this class and has the length DCs like in outside defenders. Tyrique Stevenson and DJ Turner are well developed athletes who are NFL ready. Turner is coming off an impressive final performance plus an amazing NFL Combine sprint. They could go on the mid-2nd day. This is a deep group that will supply many NFL starters well into the 3rd day of the process. There could be at least 12 prospects selected in the top 100 choices. There will probably be 15+ prospects selected in the top 150 picks with the expected run-on corners from the mid-1st round through the early 3rd day. This class has very good depth and will provide a number of middle round steals. This position has annually provided the most overall selections and could duplicate that again. This group could supply as many as 35 total prospects and another 40 high priority FA. This deep crop of corners will supply a huge group of big corners with some versatility to also slide to safety in the nickel and dime sub packages.   

 NFL Teams in need:

  1. Patriots             5. Rams
  2. Colts                  6. Commanders
  3. 49ers                7. Ravens           
  4. Steelers            8. Vikings    

NFL Premier Player
Jalen Ramsey

Blue Chip – Devon Witherspoon
Blue Chip – Christian Gonzalez
Red Chip – Joey Porter
Rising – Deonte Banks
Falling – Jaylon Jones
Underrated – Darius Rush
Overrated – JuJu Brents
Sleeper – Darrell Luter
Boom/Bust – Jakorian Bennett
Biggest Upside – Deonte Banks
Hidden Gem – Garrett Williams
Long Term Gem – Darius Rush

   Positional Traits
Best Athlete – Christian Gonzalez
Best Man Cover – Emmanuel Forbes
Best Zone Cover – Darrell Luter
Best Run support – Joey Porter
Best Tackler – Joey Porter
Best Nickel – Devon Witherspoon
Hands – Emmanuel Forbes
Best Intangibles – Joey Porter
Ball Instincts – Devon Witherspoon
Most Versatile – Riley Moss
Over drafted – Tyrique Stevenson
Major College Sleeper – Jarrick Bernard-Converse

Top Cornerbacks

1 Devon Witherspoon       Illinois
2 Christian Gonzalez        Oregon
3 Joey Porter                      Penn State
4 Deonte Banks                 Maryland
5 Cam Smith                      South Carolina
6 Kelee Ringo                    Georgia
7 Darius Rush                    South Carolina
8 Tyrique Stevenson         Miami
9 Emmanuel Forbes         Mississippi State
10 DJ Turner                        Michigan
11 JuJu Brents                     Kansas State
12 Jakorian Bennett            Maryland
13 Riley Moss                       Iowa
14 Kyu Blu Kelly                   Stanford
15 Clark Phillips                   Utah
16 Garrett Williams             Syracuse
17 Darrell Luter                    South Alabama
18 Jaylon Jones                   Texas A&M
19 Rejzohn Wright               Oregon State
20 Terrell Smith                   Minnesota

NFL Draft 2023 – Tight End Class Strongest in a Decade

Tight End Class Strongest in a Decade

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This year’s tight end class is a bumper crop of prospects that will command many early selections especially over the first two days of the three day event. This position has played a bigger role in today’s passing game with prospects lining up at several positions. They possess size and speed to create major mismatches in coverage and become favorites in a club’s passing game.  Many are one-dimensional receivers with minimal blocking skills.    

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Tight Ends – Grade: A 

     Positional Overview: This year’s group of tight ends ranks among the best in recent decades and features a few highly regarded players who will come off the board in the early rounds. Our #1 prospect is Michael Mayer with Dalton Kincaid ranked equally high. Mayer is a well-developed receiver with an early starting grade and an excellent addition to a passing game. Kincaid is highly developed receiver who could be a mid-1st round selection. He has the prototypical skill set for today’s position. Both Darnell Washington and Luke Musgrave are emerging prospects with early starting grades. Musgrave is a developed playmaker with impact run after the catch ability. Washington is a physical specimen with all the talent to be a well-rounded complete player at the position. This class should see another 2-3 players selected in the top 100 selections. Both Sam LaPorta and Tucker Kraft are high quality prospects and carry NFL starting grades and figure on the mid-2nd day of the NFL Draft. LaPorta is a multi-purpose tight end/H-back who fills key roles in an offense. Zach Kuntz had an outstanding NFL Combine and displayed all the physical skills to win a starting role with a high level of development as a blocker and receiver. He could be selected in the early middle rounds and possible surprise top 100 selection. Several middle round prospects like Luke Schoonmaker, Will Mallory, Davis Allen and Josh Whyle will be among the best value picks in this amazing class. As many as 18-20 players could be drafted with most in the middle to later rounds. This position plays a huge part in pro-offenses being used in a few hybrid roles.

     NFL Teams in need:

1. Cowboys      5. Commanders
2. Packers       6. Dolphins
3. Lions           7. Cardinals
4. Titans         8. Bengals

   NFL Premier Player

       Travis Kelce

Blue Chip – Michael Mayer
Blue Chip – Dalton Kincaid
Red Chip – Darnell Washington
Rising – Zack Kuntz
Falling – Cameron Latu
Underrated – Sam LaPorta                
Overrated – Davis Allen
Sleeper – Tucker Kraft
Boom/Bust – Brenton Strange
Hidden Starter – Will Mallory
Long Term Gem – Zack Kuntz          
Positional Traits
Best Athlete – Zack Kuntz
Best Hands – Dalton Kincaid
Fastest – Luke Musgrave
Quickest – Michael Mayer
Inline Blocker – Darnell Washington
Block on Move – Josh Whyle
Run after Catch – Luke Musgrave
Catch in the Crowd – Sam LaPorta
Ball Instincts – Dalton Kincaid
Most Developed – Michael Mayer

       Top Tight End Prospects   

1 Michael Mayer                   Notre Dame
2 Dalton Kincaid                   Utah
3 Darnell Washington         Georgia
4 Luke Musgrave                 Oregon State
5 Sam LaPorta                     Iowa
6 Tucker Kraft                       South Dakota State
7 Zack Kuntz                         Old Dominion
8 Luke Schoonmaker          Michigan
9 Will Mallory                      Miami
10 Brenton Strange             Penn State
11 Davis Allen                      Clemson
12 Josh Whyle                      Cincinnati
13 Payne Durham               Purdue
14 Cameron Latu                 Alabama
15 Kyle Patterson                 Air Force
16 Leonard Taylor               Cincinnati

QB Bryce Young Tops Prospects to Attend 2023 NFL Draft

Bryce Young Tops 17 Pro Prospects to Attend 2023 NFL Draft

NFL Draft 2023 – April 27-29 – Kansas City, Mo.

The NFL office announced the names of seventeen prospects, including four quarterbacks, who will attend the 2023 NFL Draft in Kansas City, Missouri.

The four QBs, Kentucky’s Will Levis, Florida’s Anthony Richardson, Ohio State’s, C.J. Stroud and Alabama’s Bryce Young — are all expected to hear their names called in Round 1 and possibly in the top ten selections.

Other big-name attendees include Alabama edge rusher Will Anderson Jr., Georgia DT Jalen Carter, Texas RB Bijan Robinson and Texas Tech edge rusher Tyree Wilson. Highly rated CBs Devon Witherspoon (Illinois), Christian Gonzalez (Oregon) and Joey Porter Jr. (Penn State), son of the Steelers great, will also attend.

List of 17 NFL Draft Attendees:

Jordan Addison, WR, USC
Will Anderson Jr., Edge, Alabama
Brian Branch, DB, Alabama
Jalen Carter, DT, Georgia
Zay Flowers, WR, Boston College
Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon
Paris Johnson Jr., OT, Ohio State
Will Levis, QB, Kentucky
Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State
Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida
Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas
Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State
C.J. Stroud, QB, Ohio State
Keion White, Edge, Georgia Tech
Tyree Wilson, Edge, Texas Tech
Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois
Bryce Young, QB, Alabama

NFL Draft 2023 – Running Back Class Shines

 Running Back 2023 Class Shines

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Running Backs – Grade: B
      Positional Overview:
This year’s running back position is another above average group after a solid class last April. Underclassmen will once again dominate from among the top prospects with most having early NFL starting grades. This class could supply two #1 picks with Bijan Robinson and Jahmyr Gibbs, the best candidates. There should be possibly 5-6 selections in the top 100 picks and 10-12 in the top 150 selections. Robinson is a very tough complete back. He is a well-rounded performer with a nice combination of quickness, power and complete skills to be a three down back. Gibbs is a playmaker with NFL starting talent. He had an impressive NFL Combine workout. He is a first-round bubble prospect with the talent to provide impact as a rookie. Zack Charbonnet is a workhorse back and one of the most durable runners in recent years. Devon Achane is another playmaker who figures to fill a few roles as a 1A type. He provides impact as receiver and a top change of pace runner. Lew Nichols is an emerging highly-underrated talent to become a three-down workhorse and one of the surprises of this group. This class should produce as many as 7-8 quality feature backs with a few at the top of the class capable of becoming early pro starters. Another gem is Tyjae Spears who we scouted extensively. He has the skills to be a quality role weapon with the athleticism to be a very good pro. He is a complete 1A type and best 3rd down back in this class. This class could provide 20+ selected in the seven rounds with many return specialists and 3rd down backs.

    NFL Teams in need:

  • Bears                 5. Cardinals
  • Rams                6. Panthers
  • Ravens             7. Jets 
  • Lions               8. Chargers

 NFL Premier Player
Derrick Henry

Blue Chip – Bijan Robinson
Red Chip – Jahmyr Gibbs
Rising – Zach Charbonnet
Falling – Sean Tucker
Underrated – Zach Evans
Overrated – Devon Achane
Sleeper – Kenny McIntosh
Hidden Gem – Lew Nichols
Boom/Bust – DeWayne McBride
Longterm Surprise – Tank Bigsby

         Positional Traits

Best Athlete – Bijan Robinson
Inside Runner – Bijan Robinson
Outside Run – Jahmyr Gibbs
Goal line Runner – Bijan Robinson
Best All-purpose – Kendre Miller
Best Hands – Kenny McIntosh
Best After Catch – Tyjae Spears
Best Blocker – Roschon Johnson
Most Durable – Zach Charbonnet
Best Instincts – Jahmyr Gibbs
Best Intangibles – Chase Brown

Top Running Backs Prospects 
1 Bijan Robinson                     Texas
2 Jahmyr Gibbs                       Alabama
3 Devon Achane                      Texas A&M
4 Zach Charbonnet                  UCLA
5 Kendre Miller                        TCU
6 DeWayne McBride              Alabama-Birm
7 Tyjae Spears                          Tulane
8 Zach Evans                           Mississippi
9 Kenny McIntosh                  Georgia
10 Sean Tucker                        Syracuse
11 Roschon Johnson              Texas
12 Tank Bigsby                        Auburn
13 Chase Brown                       Illinois
14 Lew Nichols                        Central Michigan
15 Chris Rodriguez                 Kentucky
16 Eric Gray                            Oklahoma
17 Deuce Vaughn                  Kansas State
18 Mohamed Ibrahim         Minnesota
19 Izzy Abanikanda             Pittsburgh
20 Evan Hull                       Northwestern

Top 50 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft

Top 50 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2023

March 25, 2023

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 Top 50 Pro Prospects

 #  Pro Prospect           Pos      Ht / Wt           School 

1 Will Anderson          Edge    6-4, 245         Alabama

2 Bryce Young                        QB       5-11, 195          Alabama

3 CJ Stroud                            QB       6-3, 215            Ohio State

4 Will Levis                             QB       6-3, 232            Kentucky

5 Peter Skoronski                    OT        6-4, 315            Northwestern

6 Jalen Carter                          DT        6-3, 310            Georgia

7 Tyree Wilson                        DE       6-5, 275            Texas Tech

8 Myles Murphy                       Edge    6-5, 275            Clemson

9 Lukas Van Ness                   Edge    6-4, 255            Iowa

10 Devon Witherspoon              CB        6-1, 180            Illinois

11 Paris Johnson                      OT        6-6, 315            Ohio State

12 Nolan Smith                         Edge    6-3, 235            Georgia

13 Broderick Jones                   OT        6-4, 315            Georgia

14 Christian Gonzalez                CB        6-1. 205            Oregon

15 Bijan Robinson                     RB        5-11, 225          Texas

16 Michael Mayer                      TE        6-5, 255            Notre Dame

17 Dalton Kincaid                      TE        6-6, 245            Utah

18 Anthony Richardson              QB       6-4, 235            Florida

19 Quentin Johnston                 WR       6-3, 215            TCU

20 Joey Porter                          CB        6-1, 200            Penn State

21 Jordan Addison                    WR       5-11, 175          Southern Cal

22 Luke Musgrave                     TE        6-5, 255            Oregon State

23 Jaxon Smith-Njigba               WR       5-11, 200          Ohio State

24 O’Cyrus Torrence                  OG       6-5, 340            Florida

25 Kelee Ringo                         CB        6-2, 205            Georgia

26 Brian Branch                         S          6-0, 195            Alabama

27 Trent Simpson                      LB        6-3, 230            Clemson

28 Jahmyr Gibbs                       RB        5-11, 200          Alabama

29 Isaiah Foskey                       Edge    6-5, 260            Notre Dame

30 Deonte Banks                       CB        6-1, 200            Maryland

31 Bryan Bresee                        DT        6-4, 300            Clemson

32 Cam Smith                           CB        6-1, 190            South Carolina

33 Will McDonald                      Edge    6-3, 240            Iowa State

34 John Michael Schmitz           C          6-3, 310            Minnesota

35 Darnell Wright                      OT        6-5, 335            Tennessee

36 Zay Flowers                          WR       5-10, 175          Boston College

37 Drew Sanders                       LB        6-4, 245            Arkansas

38 Keion White                          DE       6-4, 280            Georgia Tech

39 Cody Mauch                         OG       6-5, 310            North Dakota State

40 Adetomiwa Adebawore         Edge    6-2, 280            Northwestern

41 BJ Ojulari                             Edge    6-3, 245            LSU

42 Darnell Washington               TE        6-6, 265            Georgia

43 Jalin Hyatt                            WR       6-0, 180            Tennessee

44 Derick Hall                            Edge    6-3, 260            Auburn

45 Blake Freeland                     OT        6-7, 305            BYU

46 Jack Campbell                      LB        6-3, 250            Iowa

47 Steve Avila                           C          6-3, 335            TCU

48 Daiyan Henley                      LB        6-2, 235            Washington State

49 Dawand Jones                     OT        6-7, 360            Ohio State

50 Rashee Rice                         WR       6-1, 210            SMU


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 Mock draft during Pro Day schedule and after early weeks of NFL Free Agency.

1st Round

  #         Team                   W/L      Player           Pos      Ht/Wt          School

1         Carolina (Chicago)         7-10      Bryce Young                    QB       5-10, 195          Alabama
2         Houston                        3-13-1   CJ Stroud                           QB       6-3, 215            Ohio State
3         Arizona                         4-13      Will Anderson                   Edge    6-3, 250            Alabama
4         Indianapolis                  4-12-1   Will Levis                         QB       6-4, 230            Kentucky
5         Seattle (Denver)            5-12      Jalen Carter                     DT        6-3, 315            Georgia
6         Detroit (LA Rams)        5-12      Devon Witherspoon      CB        6-1, 180            Illinois
7         Las Vegas                        6-11      Anthony Richardson       QB       6-4, 245            Florida
8         Atlanta                            7-10      Myles Murphy                  DE       6-5, 270            Clemson
9         Chicago (Carolina0       3-14      Paris Johnson                  OT        6-6, 315            Ohio State
10         Phil (New Orleans)     7-10      Tyree Wilson                    DE       6-6, 270            Texas Tech
11         Tennessee                       7-10      Broderick Jones             OT        6-5, 310            Georgia
12         Houston (Cleveland)     7-10      Quentin Johnston        WR       6-3, 210            TCU
13       NY Jets                           7-10      Peter Skoronski          OT        6-4, 315         Northwestern
14         New England                8-9        Michael Mayer                TE        6-4, 250            Notre Dame
15         Green Bay                      8-9        Jaxon Smith-Njigba      WR       6-0, 195            Ohio State
16         Washington                   8-8-1     Bijan Robinson              RB        5-11, 225          Texas
17         Pittsburgh                      9-8        Christian Gonzalez         CB        6-1. 200            Oregon
18         Detroit                           9-8        Jordan Addison              WR       5-11, 175      Southern Cal
19         Tampa Bay                    8-9       Joey Porter                       CB        6-2, 195            Penn State
20         Seattle                          9-8        Lukas Van Ness           Edge    6-5, 270          Iowa
Miami (pick forfeited)                9-8
21         LA Chargers                  10-7      Dalton Kincaid                 TE       6-4, 245           Utah
22         Baltimore                       10-7      Nolan Smith                     Edge    6-2, 240            Georgia
23         Minnesota                      12-4      Kelee Ringo                      CB        6-2, 205            Georgia
24         Jacksonville                   9-8        Trent Simpson                LB        6-2, 235            Clemson
25         NY Giants                      9-7-1     Brian Branch                    S          5-11, 195          Alabama
26         Dallas                          12-5      Cam Smith                       CB        6-1, 190        South Carolina
27         Buffalo                            13-3      Will McDonald                  Edge    6-4, 240           Iowa State
28         Cincinnati                      12-4     John Michael Schmitz     C        6-3, 315           Minnesota
29         New Orleans (Den-S.F.-Mia) 13-4   Luke Musgrave      TE       6-6, 255           Oregon State
30         Philadelphia                  14-3      O’Cyrus Torrence           OG       6-5, 330            Florida
31         Kansas City                      14-3      Isaiah Foskey                Edge    6-5, 260            Notre Dame