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2023 Offensive Draft Prospects

An early breakdown and listing of the 2023 eligible offensive players for the NFL draft. This list will grow and change until April but feel free to send me an email with any names I have missed or have too high on the current list.

Quarterbacks

Bryce Young Alabama talent will be a top pick in April, maybe to the Texans or Commanders.    Has all the tools you want (minus height) but is a leader with an exceptional feel for the game.

C. J Stroud Ohio State——big arm, uses all his tools and has some great weapons. Should be a top 5 pick

Will Levis Kentucky—-most game ready of all prospect at this point but likely 3rd QB of the board. Future Falcon quarterback?

Hendon Hooker Tennessee:: Virginia Tech transfer that will be 25 in January but has certainly turned up his game this season and will be fun to watch the rest of the way.

Tanner McKee Stanford:

Grayson McCall Coastal Carolina

Devin Leary NC State:

Anthony Richardson Florida

Jayden Daniels LSU

Will Rogers Miss St

Sam Hartman Wake Forest

Spencer Sanders Oklahoma State. He is a favorite of mine, a developmental prospect, but he belongs in NFL without question.

Running Backs

Bijan Robinson Texas. He is a complete back who should push his way into the top part of day one of the April NFL draft.

Jahmyr Gibbs Alabama/GT

Zach Charbonnet UCLA/Michigan

Tank Bigsby                       Aubum

Sean Tucker                      Syracuse

Kenny Mcintosh               Georgia

Lew Nichols Ill                   C Michigan

Mohamed Ibrahim          Minnesota

Devon Achane                  Texas A&M

Chase Brown                    Illinois

Eric Gray Oklahoma/Tenn

Miyan Williams                Ohio St

Chris Rodriguez                Kentucky

Tiyon Evans                       Louisville

Deuce Vaughn                  Kansas St

Fullbacks

Brant Kuithe–Utah Has the makings of a great H-Back. Hopefully, he will make a full recovery from his recent ACL injury.

Hunter Luepke—North Dakota State

Brayden Willis–Oklahoma

Marshon Ford–Louisville

Monte Pottebaum—Iowa

Wide Receivers

Jordan Addison USC/Pittsburgh …Stud, head, and shoulders clear cut number 1 receiver. Does it all and checks all the boxes.

Jaxon Smith-Njigba Ohio St

Kayshon Boutte LSU

Josh Downs North Carolina Jr

A.T. Perry Wake Forest

Quentin Johnston TCU

Cedric Tillman Tennessee

Marvin Mims Oklahoma

Zay Flowers Boston College

Jayden Reed Michigan St

Jermaine Burton Alabama

Donta Emus Jr. Maryland

Dontayvion Wicks Virginia

Tight Ends

Michael Mayer                Notre Dame–Complete package

Sam LaPorta                  Iowa–Will have a bright future in NFL. A little off the radar with Iowa’s struggles.

Davis Allen                     Clemson (reliable receiver/blocker)

Tucker Kraft                   South Dakota State (Smart player)

Erick All                           Michigan   (all-around game)

Damell Washington       Georgia (ferocious blocker/limited receptions)

Dalton Kincaid                Utah  (4-year career/San Diego)

Josh Whyle                     Cincinnati  (tall/big)

Cameron Latu                 Alabama (big/strong/Jr)

Zack Kuntz                       Old Dominion (former PSU)  Massive size

Will Mallory                      Miami (massive size/5th year/more success in pros)

Ben Sims                          Baylor (solid #2 TE skills)

Centers

Jarrett Patterson          Notre Dame

Ricky Stromberg        Arkansas

John Michael Schmitz Minnesota

Jake Renfro                 Cincinnati

Trevor Downing         lowa St

Tackles

Paris Johnson Jr.      Ohio State

Broderick Jones Georgia

Jaelyn Duncan         Maryland   

Ryan Hayes              Michigan

Patrick Paul             Houston

Carter Warren          Pittsburgh

Blake Freeland        BYU

Jaxson Kirkland       Washington

Walter Rouse          Stanford

Connor Galvin       Baylor

Guards

Peter Skoronski Northwestern

Javion Cohen    Alabama

0’Cyrus Torrence Florida

Andrew Vorhees USC

Braeden Daniels  Utah

Clark Barrington BYU

Jack Nelson Wisconsin

Warren McClendon Georgia

Zak Zinter Michigan

Emil Ekiyor Jr.  Alabama

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