Welcome to Mock Draft Monday!
In less than three weeksCarolina-PantherYou are officially on the clock, time to deal with the upcoming year 2023NFL draft. Now that the free hand is mostly in the rearview mirror, how have things changed?
In this exercise, we take a look at how we think the first round will play out in less than three weeks. Additionally, we've added some tips for teams that aren't currently expected to make a first-round pick.
We'll have a few more mock drafts for you until things really heat up, but for now here's a look at how we think things will play out.
Here are the tips, and the analysis is below:
NFL Mock Draft 2023: after free hand
|1||Carolina-Panther||CJ Stroud||Quarterback||Ohio State||Junior|
|2||Houston Texaner||young Bryce||Quarterback||Alabama||Junior|
|3||Indianapolis Colts||Antonio Richardson||Quarterback||Florida||Second Year (RS)|
|5||Seattle Seahawks (via Denver)||Jalen Carter||DT||Georgia||Junior|
|6||Detroit Lions (via Los Angeles Rams||Tire Wilson||SHOULD||Texas Tech||Senior|
|7||Robbers of Las Vegas||is charged||Quarterback||Kentucky||Senior|
|8||Atlantic hawks||Christian Gonzales||CB||Oregon||Junior|
|9||Chicago Bears||Broderick Jones||High Testament||Georgia||Second Year (RS)|
|10||Philadelphia Eagles (via New Orleans)||Nolan Smith||SHOULD||Georgia||Senior|
|11||Tennessee Titans||Paris Johnson jr.||High Testament||Ohio State||Junior|
|12||Houston Texans (via Cleveland)||Lucas van Ness||SHOULD||Iowa||Second Year (RS)|
|13||New Yorker Jets||Pedro Skoronski||High Testament||northwest||Junior|
|14||New England Patriots||Devon Witherspoon||CB||Illinois||Senior|
|15||Green Bay Packer||Dalton Kincaid||IS||Utah||Junior|
|sixteen||Washington commanders||Joey Porter jr.||CB||State of Pennsylvania||Junior|
|17||Pittsburgh Steelers||Nockenschmied||CB||South Carolina||Junior (RS)|
|18||Detroit-Löwen||Brian Bresee||DL||Clemson||Second Year (RS)|
|19||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Myles Murphy||SHOULD||Clemson||Junior|
|20||Seattle (via Denver)||Jaxon Smith-Njigba||WR||Ohio State||Junior|
|22||Chargers from Los Angeles||Michael Mayer||IS||our lady||Junior|
|23||Baltimore Ravens||Quentin Johnston||WR||TCU||Junior|
|24||Minnesota Wikinger||Deonte Banken||CB||Maryland||Junior (RS)|
|25||Jacksonville-Jaguare||Dawand Jones||High Testament||Ohio State||Senior|
|26||New York Giants||Flores Zay||WR||Boston-College||Senior|
|29||Bengal of Cincinnati||Anton Harrison||High Testament||Oklahoma||Junior|
|30||New Orleans Saints (via Denver)||Darell Washington||IS||Georgia||Junior|
|31||Philadelphia Eagles||Calijah Kancey||DL||Pittsburgh||Junior (RS)|
|32||Kansas City chiefs||darnell-wright||High Testament||Tennessee||Senior|
|37||los angeles ram||Emmanuel Forbes||CB||Miss State.||Junior|
|52||Miami-Delfine||Conoce a Smith||DT||Michigan||Senior|
|68||Denver Broncos||Tuilutu anrufen||VON||USC||Junior|
|99||San Francisco||Xavier Hutchinson||WR||State of Iowa||Senior|
1. Carolina Panthers: C.J. Stroud, Feldmarschall,Ohio State
With their trade for the No. 1 overall pick, the Carolina Panthers gave themselves the opportunity to draft their favorite quarterback of the class. There's a case for each of the four options, cases we covered recently in our first part of Football Court, but in the end they fit Stroud, perhaps the safest of the options.
2.Houston Texaner: Bryce Young, Quarterback, Alabama
Ten years ago, the idea of Bryce Young getting kicked off the board in the first round, let alone leading the draft, would have seemed ridiculous. But Young's ability to create from the pocket, deal with multiple pressure points inside the pocket, and find the ideal trajectory under pressure fits the trend of the game. While recent mock drafts have touted the idea that Houston is going in a different direction with this pick, Young makes a lot of sense at this point should Stroud go first.
3.Indianapolis Colts(by trading withArizona Cardinals): Anthony Richardson, Feldmarschall, Florida
Terms and Conditions:
Colts Get: 2023 First Round Pick (#3 Overall)
Cardinals received: 2023 first-round pick (4th overall), 2023 third-round pick (79th overall), 2023 fourth-round pick (106th overall), and 2024 third-round pick
Now let's cook.
We recently outlined how we think the 2023 NFL Draft begins with Arizona in third place. Assuming quarterbacks going one-for-two like this, the Cards might be able to trade third choice in a deal with a team that needs quarterbacks.
For the Colts, who need to figure out the long-term plan at quarterback, moving up just one spot to ensure they can pick the next best option at the position could be a smart move. Anthony Richardson may have his weaknesses, but the potential is attractive, and new coach Shane Steichen has a long history of developing quarterbacks from his work with Jalen Hurts.
4. Arizona Cardinals (via Indianapolis Colts trade: Will Anderson Jr., EDGE, Alabama
Terms and Conditions:
Colts Get: 2023 First Round Pick (#3 Overall)
Cardinals received: 2023 first-round pick (4th overall), 2023 third-round pick (79th overall), 2023 fourth-round pick (106th overall), and 2024 third-round pick
There are a few scenarios where the Cardinals act again, as teams like thatRobbers of Las Vegasand theTennessee Titansmight be in the mix for a quarterback. Instead, they hold their own and take the best defensive player on many boards. Will Anderson Jr. has been prolific at Alabama for the past few seasons, and I still maintain that he should have received more Heisman consideration two seasons ago and will immediately bolster Arizona's quarterback race.
5.Seattle Seahawks: Jalen Carter, DL, Georgia
On the field, Jalen Carter is possibly the most complete prospect in this class. He's a game changer up front, constantly exploiting double-team blocks and constantly resetting the line of scrimmage. watch his game againstTCU, and every time he was on the field, it felt like the Horned Frogs were starting in their own backfield.
Now there are questions about Drafting Carter being so high, from the offfield concerns that have surfaced in recent weeks to his Pro Day's disappointment and questions about the positional value of a center-back tackle in the top 5. But something tells me that Pete Carroll and John Schneider would love this scenario.
Could Seattle draft a quarterback here? Maybe, but with the top three options in the off-board position, they'll likely turn to the defensive side of the ball.
6.Detroit-Löwen: Tyree Wilson, BORDE,Texas Tech
Early in the draft season, the sixth overall pick cornerback was a popular pick for the Detroit Lions. However, the team responded well to this need through free agency, adding Emmanuel Mosley, C.J. Gardner-Johnson and Cam Sutton in recent weeks.
For a less obvious secondary need, Lions may look elsewhere. Pairing Tyree Wilson with Aidan Hutchinson gives Detroit two QB chasers along their defensive line, and Wilson's ability to play both inside and on the edge adds some flexibility to their defense on top of that.
7. Las Vegas Raiders: Will Levis, Quarterback, Kentucky
In my view, the prospect who was perhaps most impacted when Carolina moved to the helm of the board was Will Levis. Levis needs some work, particularly on lower-body mechanics, footwork and decision-making, but if he had ended up in Carolina with a ninth overall pick, the wealth of coaching experience the Panthers have centered around the quarterback could have made Carolina the ideal spot . for him.
If, as we expect, the Panthers put someone else at the top of the board, what's the next best spot for them?
With the addition of Jimmy Garoppolo, the Raiders and Josh McDaniels have given each other a chance to develop a QB and that could see them drafting Levis and giving him time. Of course, it remains to be seen if the Raiders, and McDaniels in particular, can develop a QB. But an NFL team will look at Levis' 2021 season and be confident that with the talent they have in the space, they can get him where he needs to be.
8.Atlantic hawks: Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon
While quarterbacks always move the needle, twice as much during the draft season, each cornerback draft position could be the most exciting. His talent isn't just at the top, it's very deep.from ESPNMel Kiper Jr. recently said that as many as35 bis 40In his opinion, cornerbacks could play in the NFL.
And the fight for CB1 could be just as interesting as the fight for QB1. There are a few different options but the consensus seems to be that Christian González is that player. His athleticism, ability to change direction, and awareness make him an extremely solid candidate.
9.Chicago Bears: Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia
General manager Ryan Poles and the Chicago Bears, who won the first overall pick in the draft, are beginning to shape their 2023 roster around quarterback Justin Fields.
That means you need to make sure your top five linemen face the third-year quarterback.
Broderick Jones is an athletic tackler with perhaps room to develop and take his game to even greater heights. He's definitely an offensive lineman who doesn't negotiate finishing his blocks, and while he may not be as experienced as other linemen in the class, he has a lot of potential.
10Philadelphia Eagles: Nolan Smith, BORDE, Georgia
The rise of Tyree Wilson and Lukas van Ness, among other EDGE prospects, seemed to propel Nolan Smith down the draftboards all fall and winter.
But since his appearance at the Combine in Indianapolis, Smith seems to be picking up steam as we move toward the draft. To the point where he not only scores top 30 hits with teams, but teams well into the first round, such asNew England Patriots.
And the Philadelphia Eagles.
Smith might be a bit of a tween, but one of the comparisons you see for him is Haason Reddick. It could make sense for Howie Roseman to have two of these players on the fringes next season.
11. Tennessee Titans: Paris Johnson Jr., OT, Bundesstaat Ohio
Assuming the Tennessee Titans don't get a QB move in this draft, adding up front seems like the next best option. While they added Andre Dillard in free agency, Ohio State's Paris Johnson Jr. draft gives them another option both on the perimeter and on the inside.
Johnson started 2021 as a right guard for the Buckeyes before exiting a year ago as a left tackle for Ohio State. His athleticism fits well with the run-for-zone concepts the Titans often use in the run game, but it's his ability to play in multiple locations that makes him a very interesting option for Tennessee.
12. Houston Texaner: Lukas Van Ness, EDGE, Iowa
The wide receiver is a hot pick for the Houston Texans at this point, but when we look at both the draft and his off-season moves, we have to consider a different position. The team added Noah Brown and Robert Woods to free hands and will hopefully bring back runner-up John Metchie III, their second-round pick from a season ago, after missing his rookie season after being diagnosed with leukemia.
Looking at the wide receiver in this year's league, picks 33rd overall and 65th overall could be ideal for that position.
That leads them to tackle the pass rush with Lukas Van Ness of Iowa. Van Ness wins with strength and power from the rim, and while he would benefit from rounding out his toolset as a pass rusher, he could be a good fit for new head coach DeMeco Ryans.
13New Yorker Jets: Peter Skoronski, OT, Noroeste
During my trip to Indianapolis Combine, I was fortunate enough to spend some time with Brandon Thorn, an excellent reviewer of the Trench game and someone whose opinion I respect.
In his opinion, Peter Skoronski is the best offensive lineman in the draft.
Now the question is where does he play at the next level. Does he stay in the duel? Are you stepping in to protect yourself? Thorn sees him as Joe Thuney, which means he likely built his NFL career on the inside. Due to his experience on the edge, he was also able to establish himself in a duel.
Point? He gives the Jets options. They need to find their best combination up front, and their flexible position gives New York a few options to put together the best unit.
Which is crucial if this group is to protect a veteran quarterback who was previously at Green Bay.
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14: New England Patriots: Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois
As with Houston, the wide receiver is a hot pick for the New England Patriots here. What is the offensive line like? But given what we know about Bill Belichick and how he plans to play in secondary school, a cornerback like Devon Witherspoon seems to make a lot of sense.
Witherspoon is a tough, energetic, man-covering cornerback that you can likely isolate while you build the rest of the defense at your leisure. This is perhaps the ideal fit for Belichick.
15:Green Bay Packer: Dalton Kincaid, TE
But we keep coming back to the idea of Dalton Kincaid and his fitting into Matt LaFleur's offense. He can be the move-type tight end, seeing 100 targets in this type of system while mostly operating from the slot or from a front lineup. Not only can he create after the catch, but what he can do as a receiver -- and routerunner -- in midfield would open up opportunities for Packers wide receivers, including Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs.
16. Washington Kommandeure: Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State
The Washington Commanders could go in different directions at this location. Extending the offensive line is an option. Security Brian Branch is another. But instead they add Joey Porter Jr. as cornerback, one spot ahead of the team his father played for so many years.
Porter showed growth last season and solidified in the first round. He's a patient corner when lined up with the press and is more than comfortable when asked to be physical at the line of scrimmage. It can also be used against bigger receivers and tight ends, giving the majors in secondary some flexibility and the ability to play some matchups themselves.
17Pittsburgh Steelers: Cam Smith, CB, Carolina del Sur
Cam Smith (not the golfer) is a clever corner that excels outside of cover. He has good instincts and mostly fits into a zoning scheme like Pittsburgh's. Despite just signing Patrick Peterson, the Steelers need to rejuvenate externally, especially after the loss of Cam Sutton.
In Smith, the Steelers get a smart corner that has the eyes and ball skills to be good in an out-of-coverage scheme.
18. Detroit Lions: Bryan Bresee, DL, Clemson
Dan Campbell is a man of the people. He knows football is won by scrimmage and with the Lions' defensive line already getting a boost from the addition of Tyree Wilson, they add Bryan Bresee. Bresee has had a tough 2022 due to an injury and the death of his younger sister, but he's capable of pulling it all together, he's a true game destroyer. Bresee has size and explosiveness, and while he still develops a more consistent pass-pass plan and pad level, he can be an inside rush type, resulting in more edge sacks.
19Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Myles Murphy, Borde, Clemson
Murphy was a little underrated in this year's EDGE class, but the Clemson product is still a very good player. Reliable and tough against the run, Murphy has room to develop as a pass rusher. He's a versatile scheme and could benefit from being drafted by Tampa Bay. With Shaq Barrett recovering from an Achilles injury and Joe Tryon-Shoyinka still unable to figure it all out, Murphy can step in and give Barrett more time to recover while he's a better player than Tryon-Shoyinka in the short term .
20. Seattle Seahawks: Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State
Smith-Njigba, the top slot receiver in this draft class, is a highly intelligent route runner who knows how to set up opponents. He's definitely faster than fast, but he can create separation in midfield. Combine that with DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett's field expansion ability and you have something to cook with.
The Miami Dolphins lost their 2023 first-round pick amid an organization investigation into tampering.
22Chargers from Los Angeles: Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame
Kellen Moore joins the Chargers from Dallas, where they did the most damage with 11 and 12 members. In Mayer they get a player who will help them become even better in shortfield and midfield, while also getting a capable blocker. Although Mayer isn't the best athlete in this position, he has a great sense of coverage and space and is a reliable blocker. The Chargers failed to finish games last year, and in Mayer they give quarterback Justin Herbert another late-game target.
23Baltimore Ravens: Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU
A way to lure Lamar Jackson back to Baltimore? Show the quarterback you're serious about adding guns to the passing game. Signing Odell Beckham Jr. is a start, but adding another WR in the first round could show Jackson how serious they are about giving him some goals in the passing game. Johnston won't fly as high as people think, but this looks like the perfect place for him to land. The Ravens didn't have a receiver on the list to make the top 50 catches, and Johnston can add an explosiveness the Ravens don't have for a man his size. Johnston is easy to move around and has plenty of work to do in the YAC department, which will help free other targets in the Ravens' passing game. We don't know who the Ravens will be in QB, but in Johnston they're getting a high-quality starter with potential.
24Minnesota Wikinger: Deonte Banken, CB, Maryland
To say the closet in the corner in Minnesota is empty might be an understatement. Cam Dantzler and Patrick Peterson are off the team, and while the Vikings have signed Byron Murphy, he's more of an inside corner. Aggressive, lively corners are a must in Brian Flores defense, and that's exactly what Deonte Banks brings to the table. Banks is fast and explosive, and in press situations he displays a physicality and pressure that deflects recipients' paths. He becomes too aggressive and loses technique, but you can train that.
25Jacksonville-Jaguare: Dawand Jones, OT, Ohio Budget
After losing Jawaan Taylor to the Chiefs, the Jaguars need to address their offensive line. Walker Little is an option at right but has played exclusively left tackle in his career. Also, Pederson was helping to build the offensive line at Philly, and a player like Dawand Jones might be too good to pass up. Jones is a huge man who can overwhelm you with power and strength, but he's also surprisingly light on his feet. Pederson and CEO Trent Baalke love measurable elements, and Jones suits them all.
26New York Giants: Zay Flowers, W. R., Boston University
Let's be clear: The Giants have LOTS of slot receivers. There could be a deadlock following the signing of Darius Slayton and the addition of Parris Campbell and Jamison Crowder. However, Flowers is explosive off the catch and can add more verticality to the Giants offense. New York added Darren Waller in the offseason and now they have a man who can take the top off and let Waller operate more in midfield and midfield.
27Dallas Cowboys: Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas
Okay, Cowboys fans, listen to me. The Cowboys have addressed most of their defensive needs freehand. They traded for Stephon Gilmore and gave them a legitimate CB2 or CB1b and the pass rush will continue to improve. At that point, they can pick the best available player, and Bijan Robinson is one of the best available players in the NFL draft. His vision and balance are top-notch, and his receptive abilities make him a modern-day runner. We can always debate the importance of drafting an RB in the first round, but Robinson is a particular talent, and teaming up with Tony Pollard at Dallas gives the Cowboys a younger, more versatile RB duo.
28Büffelschnäbel: O’Cyrus Torrence, LIO, Florida
The Bills need an impersonation. They lost again in the playoffs and lacked the ability to consistently lead the ball when things got difficult in the air. The inside offensive line was a big problem and Torrence sets the tone and can fix the Bills' offensive line problems right away. He's powerful and can move people around a phone booth, but he's also extremely intelligent and pulls off line plays and stunts very well. He has a strong lower body and finishes all blocks and can be successful on an inside zone/gap based offense.
29Bengal of Cincinnati: Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma
The Bengals' offensive line has been an ongoing concern since quarterback Joe Burrow was drafted (See: 2021 NFL Draft Memes), and during the offseason, Cincinnati signed Orlando Brown Jr. to solidify the offensive line on the left side of the offensive line. Now they're adding a young talent playing on the right flank with the potential to fall back to the left if Brown's experiment doesn't work.
Harrison won't be 21 by the start of the NFL season, but he's already a plus athlete with good skill and strong hands. He can stick to defenders and drive to the end of turns. He still has some work to do in terms of technique and flexibility, but at his young age there is plenty of room to grow.
30Saints of New Orleans(via Denver): Darnell Washington, TE, Georgia
At about 6'6 and 270 pounds, Washington looks less like a tight end and more like a lobster, and he moves like a lobster, too. Washington is an offensive sixth lineman in the running game, and he also combines short-to-mid versatility as a pass catcher who offends desires. In New Orleans, he will fill in as TE1, bringing staffing and training diversity to the Saints.
31. Philadelphia Eagles: Calijah Kancey, DT, Pittsburgh
The Eagles double down on defense by taking on Pitt's disruptive inside pass rusher. There are very valid concerns about size and structure, but pushing him alongside Jordan Davis can create a dynamic interior duo for the Eagles' future defense.
Kancey has phenomenal speed and a quick swing in the first step and a repertoire of quick moves to complement her speed. He's more of a gap player right now, but with the versatility of Philly's defensive front, he should work well.
32.Kansas City chiefs: Darnell Wright, OT, Tennessee
After letting go of starting tackles Andrew Wylie and Orlando Brown Jr., the Chiefs signed tackle Jawaan Taylor and paid him $80 million to become the starting left tackle of the future. Now the Chiefs add their proper tackle in Tennessee's Darnell Wright, a rock-solid starter with potential.professional shellUpside Down Wright is a physical mid-game puncher who has shown strong hands and power in pass protection. His feet can be a bit inconsistent at times and he seems overzealous at times, but with orienteering coach Andy Heck and Chiefs heads around him, he can step in and start.
37.los angeles ram: Emmanuel Forbes, CB,Mississippi State
After trading CB Jalen Ramsey, tying a cornerback to the Rams is easy, but the team appears to be in a rebuilding process, so any talented player will suffice. It will be interesting to see if his "F the picks"Super Bowlwin becomes "we need some picks" and is traded from here. If not, the 6'1-inch Forbes gives them a quality cornerback who can plan man or zone in a prime position.
52. Miami Dolphins: Mazi Smith, DT, Michigan
With Kancey our pick for the Dolphins in our last mock draft, Miami remains in the same position as Smith. The Wolverine defenseman shows talent on tape and in practice, but his performance has been lacking throughout his career with just a half-sack and six tackle losses in 30 games.
68.Denver Broncos: Tuli Tuiplusu, DE, USC
With Dre'Mont Jones (free agency) and Bradley Chubb (trade) on the roster, Denver needs to bolster the defensive line. Tuipulotu is a versatile player that can play indoors and outdoors. Last year, the Trojan pass-rusher racked up 13.5 sacks in 14 games. Last season alone, he had 22 tackles for loss.
74.Cleveland-Braun: Keeanu Benton, DT, Wisconsin
The Browns have addressed many needs this offseason, but they could continue to add help for the defensive line or receiver positions with their first pick. Benton can provide power inside the line with enough drive to put pressure on the pocket and give Myles Garrett even more opportunities to make plays off the rim.
99san francisco 49ers: Xavier Hutchinson, WR,State of Iowa
While the Niners are currently waiting longer, it wouldn't be surprising if the team backed up with some of their midround picks (three in the third, three in the fifth). Otherwise, Hutchinson is a perimeter threat who can help out immediately and support Brandon Aiyuk's possible exit to the free hand next year. The Cyclone star already has experience with a variety of WR displays that San Francisco handles so well.
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About the 2023 NFL Draft
The Carolina Panthers hold the first pick in the draft after trading with the Chicago Bears . They are followed by the Houston Texans and Arizona Cardinals.
Round 1 of the NFL Draft typically possesses a first-round pick for each team.Who is predicted to be the first pick in the draft? ›
According to current betting odds, Bryce Young (QB, Alabama) is predicted to be drafted #1 in the 2023 NFL Draft, with a 75% implied probability (-300). Favorites to be drafted #1 in the NFL Draft: Bryce Young (QB, Alabama) -300.Who makes the most accurate NFL picks? ›
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- QB Bryce Young, Alabama. ...
- DI Jalen Carter, Georgia. ...
- EDGE Will Anderson Jr., Alabama. ...
- QB Will Levis, Kentucky. ...
- QB C.J. Stroud, Ohio State. ...
- QB Anthony Richardson, Florida. ...
- CB Devon Witherspoon, Illinois. ...
- OT Peter Skoronski, Northwestern.
The Houston Texans, Seattle Seahawks, Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles are in line to have two first-round selections. This year's Round 1 will have 31 picks as the Dolphins were stripped of their selection for tampering violations.How many first round picks in 2023? ›
2023 NFL Draft order – Round 1
There are 31 picks in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft.
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2023 NFL Draft order: 29 of 31 first-round picks locked in; Saints hold 29th selection via Sean Payton deal. This is a look at the first-round order for the 2023 NFL Draft, along with the top three needs for each team.Do the Raiders have a first round pick in 2023? ›
Following trading Darren Waller to the New York Giants in exchange for a third-round pick, the Las Vegas Raiders currently have 12 total draft picks heading in the 2023 Draft this April. After finishing last season with a 6-11 record, the Raiders are set to pick at No. 7 overall in the first round.Is Will Levi's good? ›
Kentucky quarterback Will Levis is one of the top prospects, regardless of position, as we look ahead to the 2023 NFL Draft. A three-star recruit out of Xavier High School in Connecticut, Levis played sparingly in two seasons at Penn State before establishing himself as a top NFL Draft prospect at Kentucky in 2021.How many picks do the Lions have in 2023? ›
The Lions have nine picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. Four of those picks are within the first two rounds, and five are well within the Top 100 selections — giving Detroit much early-round capital to work with.Who will be the number 1 fantasy defense in 2023? ›
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Based on projected win totals, the New Orleans Saints have the easiest strength of schedule for the 2023 NFL season.Who is the best 2023 fantasy football draft? ›
- Christian McCaffrey, SF RB1.
- Jonathan Taylor, IND RB2.
- Saquon Barkley, NYG RB3.
- Austin Ekeler, LAC RB4.
- Justin Jefferson, MIN WR1.
- Bijan Robinson, FA RB5.
- Tony Pollard, DAL RB6.
- Travis Etienne Jr., JAC RB7.
1. Jakobi Meyers. Meyers has come a long way since 2019, when he joined the Patriots as an undrafted free agent. Now, he's the top wide receiver in the 2023 free-agent class.What are the strongest position groups in the 2023 NFL Draft? ›
The strongest position groups in this 2023 class are running back, tight end, offensive tackle, edge rusher and cornerback.Who is the #1 QB in the 2023 NFL Draft? ›
The 2023 Quarterback class by contrast has three potential stars in the shape of Ohio State's CJ Stroud, Alabama's Bryce Young, and Kentucky's Will Levis and also contains a number of future NFL players with promising starting potential. Bryce Young, the 2021 Heisman trophy winner is our top-ranked player.Who is the best QB in the NFL 2023 draft? ›
- Bryce Young, Alabama. BIG BOARD RANK: 1. ...
- Will Levis, Kentucky. BIG BOARD RANK: 4. ...
- C.J. ...
- Anthony Richardson, Florida. ...
- Tanner McKee, Stanford. ...
- Hendon Hooker, Tennessee. ...
- Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA. ...
- Jake Haener, Fresno State.
According to the analysis, which was conducted by sports data firm, Sportradar, only 44% of first-round draft picks from 2011 to 2020 have signed a second contract with the team that drafted them.Who has the most first-round pick? ›
Ohio State also came out of the 2022 NFL Draft with the distinction of having produced the most first-round picks ever (87).What team has the most interceptions 2023? ›
Between the 2022 and 2023 seasons, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Francisco 49ers were tied for the most interceptions, with 20 interceptions.How many first round picks are successful? ›
As previously mentioned, this is 31% of round one picks, which indicates that about one in three picks from the first round will be signed to a second contract with the same team. This is the first indicator of a successful first round pick and might be quite alarming that only one in three appear to work out.
In 1996, no quarterback was selected in the first round of the NFL draft. It was only the fifth time it has happened since the 1970 AFL/NFL merger and it has not happened since.What teams will draft a QB in 2023? ›
- Washington Commanders.
- New Orleans Saints.
- Atlanta Falcons.
- Detroit Lions.
- Indianapolis Colts.
- New York Jets.
- Las Vegas Raiders.
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
2023 NFL Draft is deep with edge rushers: With 13 edge defenders in PFF's top 50, this year's EDGE class could be one of the best in recent memory. Wide receiver has less blue-chip talent: After a couple years of record-breaking wide receiver classes, this year's group isn't as stacked with Round 1 talent.Has a WR ever went 1st overall? ›
Fryar went No. 1, becoming the first wide receiver ever to be taken in that spot. Fryar was a member of the Patriots when the team advanced to Super Bowl XX, and was a five-time Pro Bowl pick (four of those five came with teams other than the Patriots).Which NFL team has the most first-round picks? ›
The Indianapolis Colts and Los Angeles Rams have each made the most first overall selections in history with seven. Of the first overall draft picks, 43 have been selected to a Pro Bowl and of those 43, twelve have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.What state has the most first-round draft picks? ›
Texas high schools have produced more No. 1 overall picks in the NFL Draft than any other state. Since the first NFL Draft in 1936, Texas has had the most overall No. 1 draft picks.Which NFL teams have multiple first round picks in 2023? ›
Four NFL teams have secured an additional first-round draft pick in the 2023 NFL Draft — the Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, Detroit Lions and Houston Texans — and all four of them find that extra pick situated within the first 12 selections.Who has the number 3 pick in the NFL draft 2023? ›
|Rnd.||Pick No.||NFL team|
|2||63||Kansas City Chiefs|
(WHTM) — The Philadelphia Eagles have six picks in the 2023 NFL Draft, and the Super Bowl 57 runners-up have plenty of holes to fill after key starters left in free agency.What is Levi's weakness? ›
Weaknesses of Levis
Levi Strauss relies heavily on its ten biggest wholesalers, who account for almost 31% of its net sales. Any violation of those promises could affect the financial status of Levi Strauss. Approximately 97% of Levi Strauss' products are produced by independent product producers.
For this piece, though, I focused on Levis, whose drawn comparisons to Bills quarterback Josh Allen.What is the future of LEVI? ›
Levi Strauss is forecasted to grow earnings and revenue by 10.8% and 6.6% per annum respectively. EPS and ROE are also expected to grow by 10.9% and 25.0% per year respectively. Analyst coverage for Levi Strauss stock is good.
The Lions own two first round picks in the 2023 NFL Draft (as of this writing): the sixth overall pick and the 18th overall pick.Who should the Lions draft in 2023? ›
- 1st round, 6th overall: Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois.
- 1st round, 18th overall: Bryan Bresee, DL, Clemson.
- 2nd round, 48th overall: Sam LaPorta, TE, Iowa.
- 2nd round, 55th overall: Daiyan Henley, LB, Washington State.
- 3rd round, 81st overall: Nick Herbig, EDGE, Wisconsin.
The Steelers own seven total picks, including the 32nd pick (first pick in the second round) from the Bears via the trade of Chase Claypool at last year's deadline. The Steelers own three picks within the top 49 and four of the first 80 in the draft.Are mock drafts even accurate? ›
It can be an exhilarating feeling when you see an expert project a great player to go to your squad. On the other hand, it can be deflating to see a player you don't like projected to go there. As fun as mock drafts are to dive into, they are never 100 percent accurate.How much does Mel Kiper make? ›
That should be plenty of space for wife Kim Kiper and daughter Lauren to stretch their legs. Several online estimates suggest the NFL Draft expert has an annual salary north of $400,000 today, which isn't bad for someone who lived his parents' basement until he was 30 years old.Which draft pick is Mr irrelevant? ›
When the San Francisco 49ers selected Brock Purdy with the final pick in the 2022 NFL draft, the undersized quarterback out of Iowa State unwittingly joined an exclusive club, becoming the latest man known as "Mr. Irrelevant."What is the most successful draft round? ›
Drafting a defensive lineman in the 4th round has the highest success rate of all positions at 37%. If you were ranking rounds by number drafted it would be 7th, 1st, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 2nd and 5th.What is the best drafting spot in a snake type fantasy football league? ›
The best fantasy draft position in a snake draft is the one in the middle of the draft order. Thus if there are 10 teams in your snake draft fantasy league, the best draft position is fifth.
It's pretty much all but guaranteed that if a player is drafted in the first round, he's got himself a spot on the roster. That's about 14% right there of the total draft class that we can bet will be there by Week-1.Do the bad teams get better draft picks? ›
Since 1990, the NBA has used a weighted draft lottery. Basically, the worse a team was during the regular season, the higher the chances to obtain the first pick. The worst team has a 25 percent chance to come away with the top pick, while the best non-playoff team has a 0.5 percent chance.Has Mel Kiper ever played football? ›
Kiper: Tell me about your progression as a football player. Heap: I was a QB on the freshman team in high school. That was the first year I played football. From my sophomore year on, with the varsity, I played tight end.Where is Mel Kiper Jr from? ›
Kiper grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, where he attended Essex Community College.Has a QB ever been Mr. Irrelevant? ›
The first Mr. Irrelevant quarterback was Randy Essington, who was selected 336th overall by the Raiders in the 12th round of the 1984 NFL Draft. The most recent Mr. Irrelevant quarterback was Purdy in 2022 (262nd overall).Who is the most successful Mr. Irrelevant NFL Draft? ›
The most-decorated Mr. Irrelevant in history is a kicker, Ryan Succop. The final pick of the 2009 draft is still active, kicking for Tampa Bay after spending five years in Kansas City and six years in Tennessee.What is the most watched draft? ›
2020 NFL DRAFT MOST WATCHED EVER; SETS NEW ALL-TIME HIGHS FOR MEDIA CONSUMPTION. The unique presentation of the 2020 NFL Draft established new all-time highs for media consumption in every category.What college has the most #1 draft picks? ›
Notre Dame has etched its name across not only college football history, but that of the NFL Draft, too, producing the most top picks.
- Greg Oden - No. 1 pick, 2007 NBA Draft.
- Anthony Bennett - No. 1 pick, 2013 NBA Draft.
- Hasheem Thabeet - No. 2 pick, 2009 NBA Draft.
- Kwame Brown - No. 1 pick, 2001 NBA Draft.
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