You hear that? That’s NFL draft season getting closer. We haven’t completely rolled forward into the new year yet, but as December hits, we’re inching closer. In this 2023 NFL Mock Draft, we take an updated look at how the board might fall in April.
1) Houston Texans: Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida
Not every prospect with elite tools becomes Josh Allen or Patrick Mahomes. Far from it. But there’s merit to banking on traits, especially if they’re present in such a high quantity as Anthony Richardson possesses. Richardson brings legitimacy to the term “generational upside.”
2) Chicago Bears: Jalen Carter, DT, Georgia
Pressure matters no matter where it comes from, but if you can get an interior rusher with the upside that Jalen Carter possesses, that direct interior pressure takes precedence. Carter is a wrecking ball inside with elite explosiveness, power, leverage, and wicked hands.
3) Detroit Lions (From LAR): Bryce Young, QB, Alabama
Jared Goff has been efficient for Detroit this year. But in a league ruled by elite traits at QB, the Lions shouldn’t pass up an opportunity to upgrade. Bryce Young‘s elite creation capacity is something Detroit is sorely lacking right now, and Young’s “it” factor can bring the offense into its final evolution.
4) Seattle Seahawks (From DEN): Will Anderson Jr., EDGE, Alabama
The Seahawks committed grand larceny with the Russell Wilson trade and now find themselves with a potential top-five pick while in the playoff hunt. They go BPA here and get a fierce two-phase threat off the edge in Alabama’s Will Anderson Jr.
5) Carolina Panthers: C.J. Stroud, QB, Ohio State
The Panthers have a lot of revamping to do on offense, and it all starts at quarterback. Ideally, more pieces come in around C.J. Stroud, but he has the arm strength, anticipatory vision, poise, accuracy, and necessary mobility to be a franchise-level distributor.
6) Philadelphia Eagles (From NO): Tyree Wilson, EDGE, Texas Tech
A dominant seven-sack, 14-TFL season has Tyree Wilson on the doorstep of the top 10. At 6’6″, 275 pounds, with ample burst and almost 36″ arms, Wilson has near-generational power capacity. On an Eagles front with Jordan Davis, he could be a game-wrecker 1-on-1.
7) Arizona Cardinals: Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon
There are a few contenders for the CB1 mantle. But who truly has it all? The answer might be Christian Gonzalez. The 6’2″, 200-pound cover man has the highest-quality mix of explosiveness, speed, length, and fluidity in the class, with adept eyes and ball skills as well.
8) Green Bay Packers: Paris Johnson Jr., OT, Ohio State
With the news of Olumuyiwa Fashanu returning to school, Paris Johnson Jr. now becomes the front-runner at OT1. He’s not quite as strong at the point as Fashanu, but Johnson is an elite athlete with power, flexibility, and impressive flashes of hand replacement.
9) Las Vegas Raiders: Myles Murphy, EDGE, Clemson
Raiders fans probably aren’t keen on taking a Clemson edge rusher in the top 10. But listen to me when I say: Don’t scout the helmet. Myles Murphy is different. He bends the rules with his fleet-footed athleticism at 6’5″, 275, and bends tackles outright with his elite power capacity.
10) Houston Texans (From CLE): Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU
The Texans have one of the biggest boom-or-bust draft combos in Richardson and Quentin Johnston. But if this duo hits, we’re talking dominant offensive upside. Johnston has unfair athleticism and flexibility at 6’4″, 215 pounds, and is a surefire alpha at the catch point.
11) Jacksonville Jaguars: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State
The board didn’t fall exceptionally well for the Jaguars here, but Jared Verse is an exciting and under-the-radar option. At 6’4″, 249 pounds, Verse has the length, explosiveness, bend, and active hand usage to be a consistent pass-rushing threat around the arc.
12) Pittsburgh Steelers: Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State
It’s fitting here that Joey Porter Jr. — the son of former Steelers All-Pro Joey Porter Sr. — winds up back in the Steel City. The younger Porter is a stalwart defender like his father but at cornerback. He has the fluidity, length, physicality, and quick reaction ability to put the clamps on receivers.
13) Detroit Lions: Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia
In need of CB talent, the Lions manage to land one of the top cornerbacks in this 2023 NFL Mock Draft. Kelee Ringo may need to cut weight a bit at the next level to maximize his transition speed, but he’s a rare size-speed defender with willing physicality and smooth ball-tracking ability.
14) Indianapolis Colts: Will Levis, QB, Kentucky
There will be lots of discussion about Will Levis in 2023. He didn’t show as much progression as desired this past year. But as we’ve seen, teams bank on tools. With his rifle arm, rumbling athleticism, and toughness, this is probably as far as Levis falls.
15) Atlanta Falcons: Bryan Bresee, DT, Clemson
Grady Jarrett is Grady Jarrett. And quietly, Ta’Quon Graham was a solid run defender for Atlanta when healthy this year. But Bryan Bresee adds a pass-rushing presence that few can emulate alongside Jarrett, with his length, explosive athleticism, and swift lateral agility.
16) Seattle Seahawks: Clark Phillips III, CB, Utah
On the surface, this appears a bit early for Clark Phillips III. But in spite of his size, Phillips is an elite athlete with twitch, foot speed, fluidity, closing burst, and high-end playmaking instincts at the catch point. He can be an elite slot CB alongside Tariq Woolen, putting extra stress on opposing offenses.
17) Los Angeles Chargers: Noah Sewell, LB, Oregon
Noah Sewell has always looked the part at 6’3″, 250 pounds. He has rare size for a linebacker, and yet he wears it incredibly well, bringing solid range at the second level. His ability to come downhill, surge through gaps, and enforce against the run, however, will be his top selling point for Los Angeles.
18) New England Patriots: Isaiah Foskey, EDGE, Notre Dame
The Patriots have a great deal of versatility on their defensive front. But opposite Matthew Judon, they don’t have a consistent stand-up edge rusher they can rely on. Isaiah Foskey changes that in this 2023 NFL Mock Draft. Foskey’s explosiveness, length, and hand usage can take over reps.
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19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington
Injuries will be the big wild card on Michael Penix Jr.‘s profile. But by his 2022 tape alone, he’s a QB prospect worthy of top-five positional hype. He’d be particularly fun to watch working Tampa’s vertical concepts, with his layering arm talent, vision, and gunslinger mentality.
20) Washington Commanders: Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern
The Commanders will have work to do on the offensive line this offseason — not just adding talent, but also shuffling when necessary. Peter Skoronski allows them to do both. He can be a high-quality starter at tackle or move inside and flourish with his traits.
21) Baltimore Ravens: Jordan Addison, WR, USC
Baltimore’s lack of output at wide receiver has come back to bite them this year. It’s time for the Ravens to finally say “nevermore,” and invest high capital at the position. Jordan Addison‘s blend of separation potential, dynamic RAC, and high-level instincts can boost up the group.
22) New York Jets: Brian Branch, DB, Alabama
Sauce Gardner and D.J. Reed have formed one of the best cornerback duos in the NFL this year. Put Brian Branch in the slot between them, and let them all prosper. Branch’s natural coverage ability, combined with his proactive physicality, makes him a tantalizing prospect.
23) Cincinnati Bengals: Gervon Dexter, DT, Florida
D.J. Reader is playing as well as he ever has, but the Bengals could use more talent alongside him. At 6’6″, 312 pounds, Gervon Dexter is a walking forklift with impressive displacement potential, and the strength to swallow up lanes in the run game.
24) New York Giants: Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame
Wide receiver is a common selection for the Giants here, but in this 2023 NFL Mock Draft, they add an equally appealing weapon in Michael Mayer. Mayer is an incredibly well-rounded tight end prospect, whose hands and instincts can be invaluable on crucial downs.
25) Denver Broncos (From SF via MIA): Trenton Simpson, LB, Clemson
The Broncos’ defense has exceeded expectations in 2022, but linebacker remains a position of need. Trenton Simpson fits this personnel group well. At 6’3″, 230 pounds, he has range, length, and versatility. A creative defensive mind could help Simpson dominate with this cast.
26) Tennessee Titans: Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia
The Titans will assuredly need a new left tackle when Taylor Lewan departs. But Tennessee doesn’t need just any tackle. They need a road grader on the ground, and Broderick Jones qualifies better than most. His pass protection is still a bit raw, but the tools are superb.
27) Dallas Cowboys: Cam Smith, CB, South Carolina
At his best, Anthony Brown is solid, but there’s room for the Cowboys to upgrade. Cam Smith is quietly right there with the top cornerbacks in the class with his mix of explosiveness, fluidity, ball tracking, physicality, and willingness in run support.
28) Buffalo Bills: Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas
I know I make this selection often, but it just doesn’t make sense for Bijan Robinson to fall past Buffalo. The Bills lack many glaring needs, and Robinson is a blue-chip RB prospect who could challenge the “running backs don’t matter” stereotype with his high-level skill set.
29) Minnesota Vikings: Josh Downs, WR, North Carolina
Justin Jefferson’s dominance in 2022 shows how lucky the Vikings are at WR, but also how much an extra dynamic threat could truly put defenses in a bind. Josh Downs can be that missing piece with his elite explosiveness, spatial manipulation, and versatility.
30) Kansas City Chiefs: Rashee Rice, WR, SMU
The JuJu Smith-Schuster signing has paid dividends for the Chiefs, but Kansas City could still use a size threat with premier three-level ability. Rashee Rice qualifies with his hyper-elite catching instincts and RAC potential at 6’2″, 203 pounds, with arms over 33″.
31) Philadelphia Eagles: Calijah Kancey, DL, Pitt
You hear the term “ball of butcher knives” for some players, but few exude it more perfectly than Calijah Kancey. Kancey is incredibly dense and compact at 6’0″, 275 pounds, and yet, he can demolish blocks with his explosiveness, twitch, and hand strength.
32) Houston Texans: BJ Ojulari, EDGE, LSU
BJ Ojulari has been lingering on the fringe of Round 1 for a while. The 6’3″, 245-pound edge rusher has the high-end burst, flexibility, and play pace to warrant that standing, but strength is a concern. Learning from Jerry Hughes would be valuable.
33) Pittsburgh Steelers (From CHI): Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma
Losing Fashanu was a big blow to the 2023 NFL Draft OT class, but Anton Harrison has the athleticism and power to fill the gap as a potential first-round lineman. He slips just outside Round 1 in this 2023 NFL Mock Draft, but the Steelers aren’t complaining.
34) Seattle Seahawks (From DEN): Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State
Together, DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett demand a lot of attention from defenses. Now, imagine if the Seahawks had Jaxon Smith-Njigba underneath in the slot, using his nuance and instincts to dominate 1-on-1 matchups. Geno Smith’s cooking just got hotter.
35) Los Angeles Rams: O’Cyrus Torrence, G, Florida
Finally poised to have a top-50 draft selection, the Rams should use it to improve their offensive line. O’Cyrus Torrence — widely considered one of the top guards in the 2023 class — is still on the board and brings stifling grip strength and overwhelming rotational power.
36) New Orleans Saints: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon
Odds are, neither Andy Dalton nor Jameis Winston is the long-term solution at QB for the Saints. Opinions are still split on Bo Nix, but he’s improved in 2022, and he has the high-end creation capacity and arm talent to be a solid starter at his max projection.
37) Arizona Cardinals: Felix Anudike-Uzomah, EDGE, Kansas State
Edge rusher isn’t a position you rest on your laurels at. Even with multiple young talents, the Cardinals can still add more to the wings. Felix Anudike-Uzomah is a technician and a demolition expert all in one, with some of the most dangerous combo work in this class.
38) Green Bay Packers: Lukas Van Ness, EDGE, Iowa
A declaration decision remains in the wings for Iowa EDGE Lukas Van Ness. But if he declares, he’s sure to bring top 50 buzz. Especially for the Packers, Van Ness brings the size of a big EDGE at 6’5″, 264 pounds, along with the burst and leverage to maximize that size.
39) Carolina Panthers: Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Alabama
D’Onta Foreman is worth keeping in the rotation for the Panthers, but it’s near impossible to replicate a weapon like Jahmyr Gibbs. Gibbs brings elite dynamic ability and short-area manipulation as a runner, and he’s also a high-level receiving threat.
40) Cleveland Browns: Tuli Tuipulotu, EDGE, USC
Tuli Tuipulotu has been dominant in 2022, with 20 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks for the Trojans. He’s 6’4″, 290 pounds, and yet, has the explosiveness and twitch to rush the edge and fold tackles with power. At his best, Tuipulotu brings shades of Cameron Jordan.
41) Jacksonville Jaguars: Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee
We’ve seen time and time again how speed can stress defenses. Having Christian Kirk and Jalin Hyatt in the same receiving corps — along with Calvin Ridley, Zay Jones, and Jamal Agnew — could be a devastating combination behind the arm of Trevor Lawrence.
42) Pittsburgh Steelers: Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU
Kayshon Boutte feels like a safe bet to experience a slide if he declares. Then, the conversation shifts to: When does he get picked up? For a Steelers team with some long-term uncertainty at WR and a need for three-level talent, he can be a fit.
43) Detroit Lions: Antonio Johnson, DB, Texas A&M
A rocky season as a whole may bump a few Aggies down the 2023 NFL Draft Board, but Antonio Johnson still provided flashes of the talent that landed him in early first-round mocks. For Detroit, he’s an able big-slot with rare potential at 6’3″, 200 pounds.
44) Las Vegas Raiders: JL Skinner, S, Boise State
Ending the Johnathan Abram experiment was the first step for the Raiders, but there’s still a void opposite Trevon Moehrig in the secondary. At 6’4″, 220 pounds, JL Skinner can be a tremendous complement at strong safety, with speed, burst, and ruthless aggression.
45) Indianapolis Colts: Cooper Beebe, G, Kansas State
The Colts have issues all across the offensive line, so here, it was all about finding where the value aligned best on the board. Cooper Beebe doesn’t always get his due as a Day 2 prospect, but he can be a steady starter for a long time with his high football IQ.
46) Atlanta Falcons: Eli Ricks, CB, Alabama
Casey Hayward was a short-term fix at cornerback for the Falcons when he was healthy. But a long-term running mate alongside A.J. Terrell is still a need. Eli Ricks may be a worthy investment in Round 2 with his length, physicality, and elite playmaking potential.
47) Los Angeles Chargers: Zay Flowers, WR, Boston College
It’s a commonly accepted premise that the Chargers need more speed at wide receiver. Zay Flowers provides that and more in this 2023 NFL Mock Draft. At the Shrine Bowl, his high-end twitch, control, balance, and contortion ability will be on full display.
48) New England Patriots: Cedric Tillman, WR, Tennessee
The Patriots’ receiving corps has several pieces, and yet, the sum of the parts is underwhelming. Scheme is partly to blame, but a complete threat like Cedric Tillman — with size, burst, throttle control, and instincts — could give the group a needed facelift.
49) Seattle Seahawks: LaDarius Henderson, G, Arizona State
The Seahawks might have an impending departure at guard, depending on what happens with Gabe Jackson. LaDarius Henderson can be a very able replacement. The Shrine Bowl commit has an elite explosiveness-length-power combo at 6’5″, 310 pounds.
50) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois
At around 6’0″, 180 pounds, Devon Witherspoon’s weight may be a concern down the stretch. But size aside, he’s just a baller at cornerback. He’s not only fluid and twitchy in coverage, with instincts and ball skills, but he’s also a homing missile coming downhill in run support.
51) Washington Commanders: Hendon Hooker, QB, Tennessee
Hendon Hooker‘s age — 25 years old as a rookie — and his torn ACL certainly won’t help his stock. There’s also a question to be asked about his full translatability. But for the Commanders, he’s worth a swing in Round 2 with his athleticism and efficient style.
52) New York Jets: Brandon Dorlus, DL, Oregon
Brandon Dorlus has always been reasonably productive in college, but the right landing spot could take his game to the next level. It’s very exciting thinking about Dorlus’ explosiveness and power at 6’3″, 285 pounds, in Robert Saleh’s NASCAR packages.
53) Cincinnati Bengals: Matthew Bergeron, OT, Syracuse
A conversation may need to be had about Jonah Williams at some point. In the meantime, Matthew Bergeron provides an eventual succession plan with his size and high-energy mobility. He could also feasibly slide inside to guard.
54) New York Giants: Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State
Tommy Eichenberg’s instincts still run hot and cold at times, but he’s visibly improved in 2022. At 6’3″, 235 pounds, he has the size, athleticism, and play strength to be a projected upgrade for the Giants, with steely toughness on top of it all.
55) Chicago Bears (From BAL): Darnell Wright, OT, Tennessee
Braxton Jones has flashed promise at LT for the Bears, but right tackle remains an area of concern. Tennessee’s Darnell Wright — a former five-star recruit with elite power and violent, calculated hands at 6’6″, 330 pounds — can fill that spot well.
56) Tennessee Titans: John Michael Schmitz, C, Minnesota
Ben Jones has been an admirable starter for Tennessee, but it’s nearing time to look ahead. With no centers taken yet in this 2023 NFL Mock Draft, it makes sense for Tennessee to snag the best, most physical one on the board in Minnesota’s John Michael Schmitz.
57) Carolina Panthers (From SF): Emmanuel Forbes, CB, Mississippi State
Emmanuel Forbes finished his collegiate career with 14 interceptions across three seasons, along with an FBS-record six pick-sixes. With Jaycee Horn locking down receivers on the other side, Forbes could use his explosiveness and playmaking instincts to stay productive.
58) Buffalo Bills: Nolan Smith, EDGE, Georgia
The Bills have a vast array of different pass rushers in their defensive line rotation. Von Miller plays off of the others very well, but he’s getting older and more injury-prone. Nolan Smith, meanwhile, is a raw pass rusher, whose high-end tools could be maximized under Miller’s wing.
59) Dallas Cowboys: Drew Sanders, LB, Arkansas
There’s a looming question of where Drew Sanders plays at the next level. At 6’5″, 230 pounds, he has length and pass-rushing experience, but he can also play off-ball with his athleticism. Ultimately, Sanders gives Dallas even more versatility alongside Micah Parsons.
60) Miami Dolphins: Tank Bigsby, RB, Auburn
You’ve heard of “Tank for Tua.” Now get ready for “Tank and Tua.” Mike McDaniel’s scheme has been a godsend for Miami, but the team still lacks a premier back who can carry momentum for long stretches. Tank Bigsby can be that guy.
61) Detroit Lions (From MIN): Dalton Kincaid, TE, Utah
Having traded T.J. Hockenson to the Vikings, the Lions need to re-up at tight end. Lions fans can take refuge in the fact that there are no first-round TEs in this 2023 NFL Mock Draft. In Round 2, Dalton Kincaid suffices with his size and body control.
62) Kansas City Chiefs: Blake Freeland, OT, BYU
Blake Freeland towers over everyone as a 6’8″ blocker, and as you might expect from a former shot put and javelin state champion, he overwhelms opponents with his athleticism and power. Leverage and flexibility are legitimate concerns, but Freeland can be a quality player.
63) Philadelphia Eagles: Zach Evans, RB, Ole Miss
Miles Sanders has been great in 2022, but his contract situation still looms. If he hits free agency, the Eagles should look to add an RB in the early rounds. With his explosive athleticism and smooth ability upfield, Zach Evans can complement Jalen Hurts well.
64) Houston Texans, Sedrick Van Pran, C, Georgia
Sedrick Van Pran gives Houston an athletic, physical, and well-leveraged center with a long career ahead.
65) Chicago Bears, Trey Palmer, WR, Nebraska
Trey Palmer adds a dynamic element to Chicago’s offense with his speed and ball-tracking ability, and he’s still reaching his ceiling.
66) Los Angeles Rams, Derick Hall, EDGE, Auburn
Derick Hall has a rare mix of natural leverage and proportional length, and uses his well-rounded profile to sustain production.
67) Denver Broncos, Dawand Jones, OT, Ohio State
A towering spectacle at 6’8″, 359 pounds, Dawand Jones can be a stalwart right tackle with his power and width.
68) Arizona Cardinals, Siaki Ika, DT, Baylor
A value deal at this point, Siaki Ika gives the Cardinals an imposing presence at nose tackle, with three-down utility at 0-tech.
69) Green Bay Packers, Xavier Hutchinson, WR, Iowa State
Xavier Hutchinson fits the Packers’ size and athleticism preferences at 6’3″, 205 pounds, but can also play between the slot and the boundary.
70) New England Patriots (From CAR), Adetomiwa Adebawore, DL, Northwestern
A versatile defender with projected hybrid appeal, Adetomiwa Adebawore uses his burst and forceful hands to blast through blockers.
71) New Orleans Saints, Myles Brooks, CB, Louisiana Tech
A Stephen F. Austin transfer with length and athleticism at 6’2″, who has three interceptions and eight deflections this year.
72) Jacksonville Jaguars, Cody Mauch, G, North Dakota State
A factory of pain on wheels, who projects very well inside, with an enticing mix of grating physicality and athleticism in open space.
73) Pittsburgh Steelers, Keeanu Benton, DT, Wisconsin
A long, heavy-handed nose tackle with high-end linear athleticism off the line, and the power to move obstacles at will.
74) Detroit Lions, Rome Odunze, WR, Washington
Rome Odunze may return to school, but if he declares, he’s worth an early-round pick with his athleticism and three-level ability.
75) Las Vegas Raiders, Darrell Luter Jr., CB, South Alabama
A hyper-productive Sun Belt cornerback and Senior Bowl commit with length and instincts, Darrell Luter Jr.’s piled up five picks and 14 deflections over the past two seasons.
76) Houston Texans (From CLE), Byron Young, DT, Alabama
Right away, Byron Young gives Houston a high-end run defender. But down the stretch in 2022, he made strides as a pass rusher with his athleticism and strength.
77) Denver Broncos (From IND), Cameron Ward, QB, Washington State
If Cameron Ward declares, he assuredly has tools worth investing in early on — chief among them his lateral twitch and elite arm elasticity.
78) Atlanta Falcons, Tyler Steen, OT, Alabama
Tyler Steen is fleet-footed, long, well-leveraged, and fairly sound technically. He also has left-right versatility.
79) Miami Dolphins (From NE), Jaelyn Duncan, OT, Maryland
The first-round hype might be premature, but Jaelyn Duncan is one of the most athletic linemen in this class — worth developing at the right price.
80) Seattle Seahawks, Henry To’oTo’o, LB, Alabama
Henry To’oTo’o gives the Seahawks a fairly rangy, high-energy linebacker with MIKE capabilities in Round 3 of this 2023 NFL Mock Draft.
81) Los Angeles Chargers, Kyu Blu Kelly, CB, Stanford
A snappy mover with length, physicality, and ball skills, Kyu Blu Kelly can lock down a spot on the Chargers’ boundary.
82) Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Israel Abanikanda, RB, Pitt
One of the most productive runners in college football, Israel Abanikanda can be a workhorse NFL back with his explosiveness, balance, and vision between the tackles.
83) Indianapolis Colts (From WAS), Charlie Jones, WR, Purdue
Levis will need a safety blanket to help him ease his way into the NFL, and Charlie Jones can be that safety blanket between Michael Pittman Jr. and Alec Pierce.
84) Cincinnati Bengals, Tony Grimes, CB, North Carolina
A former five-star recruit, Tony Grimes has all the tools to develop into a stud at the NFL level — among them athleticism, fluidity, length, and high-end coordination.
85) New York Giants, A.T. Perry, WR, Wake Forest
A.T. Perry might succeed where Kenny Golladay failed in New York, providing the Giants with an ultra-instinctive boundary pass catcher at 6’5″, 205 pounds.
86) Baltimore Ravens, Layden Robinson, G, Texas A&M
Few guards in this class are more well put together than Layden Robinson — a brick house at 6’4″, 320 pounds with elite proportional length and power.
87) New York Jets, Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona
At 6’6″, 320 pounds, Jordan Morgan has NFL size, and he’s also an impressive athlete with foot speed, knee bend, and impressive corrective form.
88) Carolina Panthers (From SF), Tucker Kraft, TE, South Dakota State
Continuing the revamp of the Panthers’ offense, Tucker Kraft is a sturdy, dynamic threat at tight end, with dual-sided instincts and RAC ability.
89) Tennessee Titans, Jonathan Mingo, WR, Ole Miss
Jonathan Mingo’s size-speed athleticism at 6’2″, 225 pounds, is the source material for countless big plays and boundless excitement alongside Treylon Burks.
90) Dallas Cowboys, Blake Corum, RB, Michigan
If Tony Pollard leaves the Cowboys in free agency, Blake Corum can potentially fill his shoes as an explosive, forward-flowing back with a high-end mix of traits.
91) Buffalo Bills, Brandon Joseph, S, Northwestern
Brandon Joseph still struggles coming downhill, but he has athleticism and ball skills. Buffalo would be the perfect place for him to develop.
92) Miami Dolphins, Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri
The Dolphins are in dire need of additional CB depth — something Kris Abrams-Draine can assist with as a sticky, tenacious cover man.
93) Minnesota Vikings, Kei’Trel Clark, CB, Louisville
Kei’Trel Clark would be a very competent successor to Chandon Sullivan in the slot with his high-energy mobility and playmaking presence.
94) Kansas City Chiefs, Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington
Bralen Trice, who could declare early after notching eight sacks in 2022, is a prime fit for Kansas City with his burst, power, and violent disposition at 6’4″, 269 pounds.
95) Philadelphia Eagles, Dorian Williams, LB, Tulane
A prolific producer with 105 tackles, 6.5 TFLs, four sacks, two picks, and six deflections, who also has great explosiveness and proportional length.
96) Cleveland Browns, Fabien Lovett, DT, Florida State
A rock-solid 6’4″, 306-pound interior defender who can hold gaps and maintain positioning against resistance, while also providing some juice as a pass rusher.
97) San Francisco 49ers, Kendre Miller, RB, TCU
The 49ers do have Christian McCaffrey, but given his injury propensity, adding Kendre Miller’s dynamic twitch and contact balance to the rotation might be a sound move.
98) San Francisco 49ers, Luke Wypler, C, Ohio State
Should he declare early, Luke Wypler gives the 49ers a young zone-oriented center to develop in this 2023 NFL Mock Draft.
99) New York Giants (From SF), Tre Tucker, WR, Cincinnati
An undersized but incredibly dynamic threat with 4.4 speed and elite lateral twitch, who could be a much more productive pro in the right system.
100) Houston Texans
Luke Musgrave, TE, Oregon State
101) Chicago Bears
Andre Carter II, EDGE, Army
102) Denver Broncos
DJ Johnson, EDGE, Oregon
103) New England Patriots
Mohamoud Diabate, LB, Utah
104) Green Bay Packers
Ji’Ayir Brown, S, Penn State
105) Carolina Panthers
Bryce Ford-Wheaton, WR, West Virginia
106) New Orleans Saints
Marvin Mims, WR, Oklahoma
107) Arizona Cardinals
Jarrett Patterson, OL, Notre Dame
108) Pittsburgh Steelers
Isaiah Land, EDGE, Florida A&M
109) Minnesota Vikings
K.J. Henry, EDGE, Clemson
110) Las Vegas Raiders
Warren McClendon, OT, Georgia
111) Cleveland Browns
Daiyan Henley, LB, Washington State
112) Jacksonville Jaguars
Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson
113) Indianapolis Colts
Mekhi Garner, CB, LSU
114) Atlanta Falcons
Jadon Haselwood, WR, Arkansas
115) Seattle Seahawks
Mazi Smith, DT, Michigan
116) Los Angeles Chargers
Wanya Morris, OT, Oklahoma
117) New England Patriots
Javon Foster, OT, Missouri
118) Jacksonville Jaguars
Jordan Battle, S, Alabama
119) Washington Commanders
Jammie Robinson, DB, Florida State
120) New York Giants
Christopher Smith, DB, Georgia
121) Baltimore Ravens
Mike Morris, DL, Michigan
122) New York Jets
Anthony Goodlow, DL, Tulsa
123) Cincinnati Bengals
Zach Harrison, EDGE, Ohio State
124) Atlanta Falcons
Will McDonald IV, EDGE, Iowa State
125) Carolina Panthers
Isaiah McGuire, EDGE, Missouri
126) Buffalo Bills
DeMarvion Overshown, LB, Texas
127) Dallas Cowboys
Zacch Pickens, DT, South Carolina
128) Kansas City Chiefs
Cory Trice, CB, Purdue
129) Cleveland Browns
Jack Campbell, LB, Iowa
130) Kansas City Chiefs
Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse
131) Chicago Bears
Ja’Quan Sheppard, CB, Cincinnati
132) Houston Texans
Kenny McIntosh, RB, Georgia
133) Chicago Bears
Darnell Washington, TE, Georgia
134) Cleveland Browns
Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland
135) Denver Broncos
Jayden Reed, WR, Michigan State
136) Carolina Panthers
Emil Ekiyor Jr., G, Alabama
137) New Orleans Saints
Jay Ward, S, LSU
138) Buffalo Bills
Carter Warren, OT, Pitt
139) Green Bay Packers
Jaheim Bell, TE, South Carolina
140) Detroit Lions
Viliami Fehoko, DL, San Jose State
141) Las Vegas Raiders
Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona
142) Cleveland Browns
Olusegun Oluwatimi, C, Michigan
143) Jacksonville Jaguars
Eric Gray, RB, Oklahoma
144) Seattle Seahawks
Jordan Travis, QB, Florida State
145) Indianapolis Colts
Devon Achane, RB, Texas A&M
146) Las Vegas Raiders
Tyler Davis, DT, Clemson
147) Los Angeles Chargers
Nick Hampton, EDGE, Appalachian State
148) Baltimore Ravens
Micah Abraham, CB, Marshall
149) Seattle Seahawks
Andrei Iosivas, WR, Princeton
150) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Thomas Incoom, EDGE, Central Michigan
151) Washington Commanders
Keion White, EDGE, Georgia Tech
152) Chicago Bears
Steve Avila, OL, TCU
153) New York Jets
Braeden Daniels, G, Utah
154) Cincinnati Bengals
Michael Jefferson, WR, Louisiana
155) New York Giants
Roschon Johnson, RB, Texas
156) San Francisco 49ers
Brenton Cox Jr., EDGE, Florida
157) Tennessee Titans
Zach Charbonnet, RB, UCLA
158) Dallas Cowboys
Dontayvion Wicks, WR, Virginia
159) Buffalo Bills
Julius Brents, CB, Kansas State
160) San Francisco 49ers
Cameron Mitchell, CB, Northwestern
161) Minnesota Vikings
Tanner McKee, QB, Stanford
162) Kansas City Chiefs
Mark Perry, S, TCU
163) New Orleans Saints
Javion Cohen, G, Alabama
164) Houston Texans
Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota
165) Miami Dolphins
Jaquelin Roy, DT, LSU
166) Detroit Lions
Karl Brooks, DT, Bowling Green
167) Los Angeles Rams
Connor Galvin, OT, Baylor
168) Houston Texans
Clark Barrington, G, BYU
169) Arizona Cardinals
Julian Pearl, OT, Illinois
170) Los Angeles Rams
Cornelius Johnson, WR, Michigan
171) New England Patriots
Nic Jones, CB, Ball State
172) New England Patriots
Payne Durham, TE, Purdue
173) Cleveland Browns
Camerun Peoples, RB, Appalachian State
174) Atlanta Falcons
Chase Brown, RB, Illinois
175) Denver Broncos
DJ Turner, CB, Michigan
176) Detroit Lions
Jerome Carvin, G, Tennessee
177) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Elijah Higgins, WR, Stanford
178) Tennessee Titans
Andrew Vorhees, G, USC
179) New England Patriots
Zakhari Franklin, WR, UTSA
180) Seattle Seahawks
Tyjae Spears, RB, Tulane
181) Los Angeles Chargers
Cameron Latu, TE, Alabama
182) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Luke Schoonmaker, TE, Michigan
183) Washington Commanders
Colby Wooden, DT, Auburn
184) Jacksonville Jaguars
Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson, CB, TCU
185) Cincinnati Bengals
Josh Whyle, TE, Cincinnati
186) Houston Texans
Ali Jennings III, WR, Old Dominion
187) Baltimore Ravens
Jalen Moreno-Cropper, WR, Fresno State
188) Los Angeles Rams
Brodric Martin, DT, Western Kentucky
189) Houston Texans
Owen Pappoe, LB, Auburn
190) Indianapolis Colts
Patrick Paul, OT, Houston
191) Las Vegas Raiders
Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State
192) Kansas City Chiefs
Jalen Graham, LB, Purdue
193) Houston Texans
Jackson Mitchell, LB, UConn
194) New York Giants
Sataoa Laumea, OL, Utah
195) Jacksonville Jaguars
Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, OT, Oregon
196) Philadelphia Eagles
Deantre Prince, CB, Ole Miss
197) Chicago Bears
Ronnie Bell, WR, Michigan
198) Green Bay Packers
Gabe Hall, DT, Baylor
199) San Francisco 49ers
Isaiah Williams, WR, Illinois
200) Las Vegas Raiders
Clayton Tune, QB, Houston
201) Green Bay Packers
Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky
202) Carolina Panthers
Dallas Daniels, WR, Jackson State
203) New Orleans Saints
Moro Ojomo, DT, Texas
204) Cleveland Browns
Arquon Bush, CB, Cincinnati
205) Green Bay Packers
Jakorian Bennett, CB, Maryland
206) Pittsburgh Steelers
Nick Broeker, G, Ole Miss
207) Los Angeles Rams
Ricky Stromberg, C, Arkansas
208) Atlanta Falcons
Alex Forsyth, C, Oregon
209) Indianapolis Colts
Ronnie Hickman, S, Ohio State
210) Kansas City Chiefs
Jaren Hall, QB, BYU
211) Houston Texans
Nathaniel Dell, WR, Houston
212) Los Angeles Chargers
Puka Nacua, WR, BYU
213) Las Vegas Raiders
Dante Stills, DT, West Virginia
214) Indianapolis Colts
Caleb Murphy, EDGE, Ferris State
215) Washington Commanders
BJ Wilson, G, Quincy
216) Cincinnati Bengals
Elijah Dotson, RB, Northern Colorado
217) New York Giants
Jeremy Lucien, CB, Vanderbilt
218) New York Giants
Nehemiah Pritchett, CB, Auburn
219) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Earl Bostick Jr., OT, Kansas
220) San Francisco 49ers
Brandon Kipper, G, Oregon State
221) Tennessee Titans
Sam LaPorta, TE, Iowa
222) Dallas Cowboys
Trey Dean III, S, Florida
223) Carolina Panthers
Michael Jurgens, C, Wake Forest
224) Miami Dolphins
Tyreque Jones, DB, Boise State
225) Pittsburgh Steelers
Hugh Nelson II, CB, Hawaii
226) Kansas City Chiefs
McClendon Curtis, G, Chattanooga
227) Philadelphia Eagles
Malik Knowles, WR, Kansas State