How good is Alabama's Will Anderson Jr. to be considered the top overall prospect despite an intriguing quarterback class? Quite simply, the 20-year-old is a dominant force working off the edge and one of the most productive pass-rushers in recent memory.
The Atlanta Falcons quarterback situation today is far more interesting than it was three days ago.
The national champion Georgia Bulldogs set a seven-round draft record this year with 15 prospects selected from one team. The most talented player on their elite defense wasn't even draft eligible.
The Detroit Lions made the smart play by avoiding the quarterback class this year.
Two Ohio State wide receivers heard their names called among the top-11 picks in this year's draft class. Jaxson Smith-Njigba outplayed and outproduced both last season.
The Carolina Panthers have searched for a new starting quarterback all offseason and still haven't found one. They didn't go all-in during the draft, though Matt Corral could start at some point during his rookie campaign. So, the search continues.
With the top-three quarterbacks already off the board, the Seattle Seahawks find themselves in a bit of a bind. Instead of forcing the situation, the franchise will continue to build in the most Pete Carroll way ever.
The Chicago Bears own the league's worst wide receiver corps.
The New York Giants aren't in a good financial position because of their cornerbacks. James Bradberry could be traded or even released in the coming weeks, so the organization can save anywhere from $10.1-13.5 million, depending on how and when the team unloads the veteran's contract.
As of now, Carson Wentz is the Washington Commanders' starting quarterback. We'll assume he stays in that position, even though he already wore out his welcome at two previous stops.
Northwestern's Peter Skoronski will endure the same exact treatment fellow Wildcat Rashawn Slater once did.
Surprisingly, the Philadelphia Eagles didn't address their secondary during this year's draft. Instead, general manager Howie Roseman prepared for future losses along the defensive line and center with the team's top two picks, Jordan Davis and Cam Jurgens.
The Minnesota Vikings claim the NFL's scariest pair of edge-rushers. The previous descriptor has as a double meaning.
2023 NFL Mock Draft