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2023 Mock draft with five rounds, estimated draft order no compensatory picks.  I believe I got all the trades in there but might have missed some.  No computer generated help, all picks done one by one based on the rankings I have.

 

 

1st
1. Houston Texans: Will Anderson Jr Alabama JR DE/OLB
2. Atlanta Falcons: Bryce Young Alabama JR QB
3. Chicago Bears: Jaxon Smith-Njigba Ohio State JR WR
4. New York Giants: CJ Stroud Ohio State RS SOPH QB
5. Seattle Seahawks: Anthony Richardson Florida RS SOPH QB
6. Detroit Lions: Jalen Carter Georgia JR DT
7. Washington Commanders: Bryan Bresee Clemson JR DT
8. Carolina Panthers: Michael Mayer Notre Dame JR TE
9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Siaki Ika Baylor RS JR DT
10. New York Jets: Andre Carter II Army JR DE/OLB
11. Miami Dolphins (via San Francisco): Eli Ricks Alabama JR CB
12. Miami Dolphins: Forfeited
13. Houston Texans (via Cleveland): Bijan Robinson Texas JR RB
14. Dallas Cowboys: Peter Skoronski Northwestern JR OT/OG
15. Philadelphia Eagles (via New Orleans): Jared Verse  Florida State RS SOPH DE
16. Arizona Cardinals: Antonio Johnson Texas A&M JR CB
17. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jack Campbell Iowa SR ILB
18. Minnesota Vikings: Kelee Ringo Georgia RS SOPH CB
19. Seattle Seahawks (via Denver): Clark Phillips III Utah RS SOPH CB
20. Kansas City Chiefs: Jordan Addison USC JR WR
21. Indianapolis Colts: Dawand Jones Ohio State SR OT
22. LV Raiders: Calijah Kancey Pitt RS JR DT
23. New England Patriots: Habakkuk Baldonado Pitt RS SR DE
24. Tennessee Titans: Jayden Reed Michigan State RS SR WR
25. Baltimore Ravens: Isaiah Foskey Notre Dame RS JR DE
26. Detroit Lions (via LA Rams): Will Levis Kentucky RS SR QB
27. LA Chargers: Jarrett Patterson Notre Dame RS SR C/OT
28. Green Bay Packers: Brandon Joseph Notre Dame RS JR S
29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Derick Hall Auburn SR DE
30. Cincinnati Bengals: Jeremy James Mississippi RS JR OT
31. Philadelphia Eagles: Jahmyr Gibbs Alabama JR RB
32. Buffalo Bills: DeMarvion Overshown Texas RS SR LB

 

2nd
33. Houston Texans: DJ Uiagalelei Clemson JR QB
34. Atlanta Falcons: Colby Wooden Auburn RS JR DE/DT
35. Chicago Bears: BJ Ojulari LSU JR OLB/DE
36. New York Giants: Jordan Battle Alabama SR S
37. Seattle Seahawks: Henry To'o To'o Alabama SR ILB
38. Detroit Lions: Kayshon Boutte LSU JR WR
39. Washington Commanders: Brian Branch Alabama JR S
40. Carolina Panthers: Zion Nelson Miami FL SR OT
41. Jacksonville Jaguars: AT Perry Wake Forest RS JR WR
42. New York Jets: Joey Porter Jr Penn State RS JR CB
43. San Francisco 49ers: Paris Johnson Jr Ohio State JR OG
44. Miami Dolphins: Brenton Cox Jr Florida RS SR OLB
45. Cleveland Browns: Gervon Dexter Florida JR DT
46. Dallas Cowboys: Brant Kuithe Utah SR TE
47. New Orleans Saints: Keeanu Benton Wisconsin JR DT
48. Arizona Cardinals: Nick Herbig Wisconsin JR OLB
49. Pittsburgh Steelers: O'Cyrus Torrence Florida SR OG
50. Minnesota Vikings: John Michael Schmitz Minnesota RS SR C
51. Seattle Seahawks (via Denver): Myles Murphy Clemson JR DE
52. Kansas City Chiefs: Nolan Smith Georgia SR DE/OLB
53. Indianapolis Colts: Malachi Moore Alabama JR CB
54. LV Raiders: Noah Sewell Oregon RS SOPH LB
55. New England Patriots: Darnell Washington Georgia JR TE
56. Tennessee Titans: Mohamed Ibrahim Minnesota RS SR RB
57. Baltimore Ravens: Tank Bigsby Auburn JR RB
58. LA Rams: Jalen Catalon Arkansas RS SR S
59. LA Chargers: Nathaniel Dell Houston RS JR WR
60. Green Bay Packers: Tiawan Mullen Indiana SR CB
61. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Darnell Wright Tennessee SR OT
62. Cincinnati Bengals: Zach Kuntz Old Dominion RS JR TE
63. Philadelphia Eagles: Quentin Johnston TCU JR WR
64. Buffalo Bills: Ryan Hayes Michigan RS SR OG/OT

 

3rd
65. Houston Texans: Devon Witherspoon Illinois RS JR
66. Atlanta Falcons: Will McDonald IV Iowa State RS SR OLB
67. Chicago Bears: Dante Stills West Virginia RS SR DT/DE
68. New York Giants: Cam Jones Indiana RS SR OLB
69. Seattle Seahawks: Josh Downs UNC JR WR
70. Detroit Lions: Alex Palczewski Illinois SR OT/OG
71. Indianapolis Colts (via Washington Commanders): Emil Ekiyor Jr Alabama RS SR OG
72. New England Patriots (via Carolina Panthers: Nick Broeker Ole Miss SR OG/OT
73. Jacksonville Jaguars: Mekhi Garner RS JR S/CB LSU
74. New York Jets: Nathaniel Watson Miss State SR ILB
75. San Francisco 49ers: Phil Jurkovec Boston College RS SR QB
76. Miami Dolphins: Ricky Stromberg Arkansas SR C
77. Houston Texans (via Cleveland): Cedric Tillman Tennessee SR WR
78. Dallas Cowboys: Zach Harrison Ohio State SR DE
79. New Orleans Saints: Sam LaPorta Iowa SR TE
80. Arizona Cardinals: DeWayne McBride UAB JR RB
81. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jarvis Brownlee Jr Louisville RS JR CB
82. Minnesota Vikings: Travis Vokolek Nebraska RS SR TE
83. Denver Broncos: Carter Warren Pitt RS SR OT
84. Kansas City Chiefs: Trey Dean III Florida RS SR S/CB
85. Denver Broncos (via Indianapolis): Spencer Rattler South Carolina RS JR QB
86. LV Raiders: Nick Brahms Auburn RS SR C
87. Miami Dolphins (via New England Patriots): DJ Dale Alabama SR DT
88. Tennessee Titans: Jordan McFadden Clemson RS SR OT
89. Baltimore Ravens: Javion Cohen Alabama JR OG
90. LA Rams: Garrett Nelson Nebraska RS JR DE
91. LA Chargers: Erick All Michigan SR TE
92. Green Bay Packers: Rakim Jarrett Maryland JR WR
93. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Clark Barrington BYU RS SR OG
94. Cincinnati Bengals: Zay Flowers Boston College SR WR
95. Philadelphia Eagles: Khyree Jackson Alabama SR CB Alabama
96. Buffalo Bills: Brevyn Spann-Ford Minnesota RS SR TE

 

4th
97. Houston Texans: Jaxson Kirkland Washington SR OT
98. Atlanta Falcons: Ronnie Bell Michigan RS SR WR
99. Chicago Bears: Cory Trice Purdue RS SR CB
100. New York Giants: Jon Gaines UCLA RS SR OG
101. Seattle Seahawks: Anthony Bradford LSU RS JR OG/OT
102. Detroit Lions: Payton Wilson NC State RS JR LB
103. Washington Commanders: Tavion Thomas Utah RS JR RB
104. Carolina Panthers: Edefuan Ulofoshio Washington RS SR ILB
105. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ali Gaye LSU RS SR DE
106. New York Jets: Jaelyn Duncan Maryland RS SR OT
107. San Francisco 49ers: Ainias Smith Texas A&M SR WR/RB
108. Kansas City Chiefs (via Miami): Keytaon Thompson Virginia RS SR WR
109. Cleveland Browns: Wanya Morris Oklahoma SR OT
110. Dallas Cowboys: Parker Washington Penn State JR WR
111. New Orleans Saints: Ventrell Miller Florida RS SR ILB
112. Arizona Cardinals: JL Skinner Boise State SR S
113. Pittsburgh Steelers: Richard Jibunor Troy RS JR OLB
114. Cleveland Browns (via Minnesota):Adetomiwa Adebawore Northwestern SR DE
115. Denver Broncos: Payne Durham Purdue RS SR TE
116. Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Dorlus Oregon RS JR DT
117. Indianapolis Colts: Tarique Barnes Illinois RS JR ILB
118. LV Raiders: Zach Evans Ole Miss JR RB
119. New England Patriots: Joe Evans Iowa RS SR OLB
120. Atlanta Falcons (via Tennessee Titans): Alfred Edwards Utah State SR OT
121. Baltimore Ravens: Jermaine Burton Alabama JR WR
122. New England Patriots (via LA Rams): Sydney Brown Illinois RS SR S
123. LA Chargers: PJ Mustipher Penn State RS SR DT
124. Green Bay Packers: Reggie Grimes Oklahoma JR DE
125. Jacksonville Jaguars (via Tampa Bay): Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu Oregon RS SR OT/OG
126. Cincinnati Bengals: Trajan Jeffcoat Missouri SR DT
127. Philadelphia Eagles: Bumper Pool Arkansas RS SR OLB
128. Buffalo Bills: Brennan Armstrong Virginia RS SR QB

 

5th
129. Houston Texans: SirVocea Dennis Pitt RS SR LB
130. Atlanta Falcons: Cam Hart Notre Dame SR CB
131. Chicago Bears: Devon Achane Texas A&M JR
132. New York Giants: Blake Corum Michigan JR
133. Seattle Seahawks: Jaxon Player Baylor SR DT
134. Detroit Lions: Riley Moss Iowa RS SR S/CB
135. Washington Commanders: Bo Nix Oregon SR QB
136. Carolina Panthers: Zion Tupuola-Fetui Washington RS SR OLB/DE
137. Jacksonville Jaguars: Steven Gilmore Marshall SR CB
138. New York Jets: Christian Jones Texas RS SR OT
139. San Francisco 49ers: KJ Henry Clemson RS SR DE
140. Miami Dolphins: Jonathan Mingo Ole Miss SR WR
141. Cleveland Browns: Brenton Strange Penn State RS JR TE
142. Dallas Cowboys: Dalton Wagner Arkansas RS SR OT
143. New Orleans Saints: Cornelius Johnson Michigan SR WR
144. Arizona Cardinals: Dylan Wonnum South Carolina RS SR OT
145. Seattle Seahawks (via Pittsburgh): Xavier Henderson Michigan State RS SR S
146. Minnesota Vikings: TJ Franklin Baylor SR DE
147. Denver Broncos: Malik Knowles Kansas State RS SR WR
148. Kansas City Chiefs: Josh Whyle Cincinnati RS SR TE
149. Indianapolis Colts: Demani Richardson Texas A&M SR S
150. LV Raiders: Jordan Wright Kentucky RS SR DE/OLB
151. Baltimore Ravens (via New England): AJ Hampton Northwestern RS SR CB
152. Tennessee Titans: Robert Beal Jr Georgia RS SR OLB
153. Baltimore Ravens: Will Mallory Miami FL RS SR TE
154. LA Rams: Charlie Jones Purdue RS SR WR
155. LA Chargers: Byron Vaughns Utah State SR DE/OLB
156. Green Bay Packers: Cameron Latu Alabama RS SR TE
157. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Christopher Smith Georgia RS SR S
158. Cincinnati Bengals: Kedon Slovis Pitt SR QB
159. Philadelphia Eagles: Richard Gouraige Florida RS SR OT
160. Buffalo Bills: Tanner Ingle NC State RS SR S


 

Edited by Ozzy
Updated 9/14/22
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10 hours ago, scar988 said:

Why would the Falcons go OLB in the 2nd when they just took 3 day 2 LBs this year. They need OT with McGary's contract expiring. They should focus on that spot because it's been a weakness.

True but until Malone and Ebiketie prove they are legit starters on the outside it still is an issue, but honestly I kind of forgot they got Malone, he fits the system better than Ebiketie but both could do well and if so sure it is not as big of a need.   Because Ogundeji and Carter are not super stars by any means on the edge, Carter is ok but they still need one or both of those rookies to do very well.

 

Does kind of suck Troy Andersen is on the Falcons, with Evans and Deion Jones starting at ILB Andersen might not get a lot of playing time and should honestly start considering how great of an athlete he is.  But sure OT could be an issue big time as well. 

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1 hour ago, Superduperman said:

F minus minus for the Lions.

Why don't you say what you really think.

 

Sure getting DJ is not ideal but he is a big talented kid and I think he will have a bounce back year.  And they have to be thinking beyond Jared Goff at some point, because the future is not David Blough or Tim Boyle.  

 

DT is in play in a potentially deep DT draft no question, along with a good LB which they really really need but not sure one would be there that high in the draft.  Sure they could get DeMarvion Overshown in the 2nd round but still not totally sold on that WR core but Jameson could be great and if DJ Chark is healthy maybe WR is not a huge need then.  

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On 8/21/2022 at 10:29 AM, Ozzy said:

True but until Malone and Ebiketie prove they are legit starters on the outside it still is an issue, but honestly I kind of forgot they got Malone, he fits the system better than Ebiketie but both could do well and if so sure it is not as big of a need.   Because Ogundeji and Carter are not super stars by any means on the edge, Carter is ok but they still need one or both of those rookies to do very well.

 

Does kind of suck Troy Andersen is on the Falcons, with Evans and Deion Jones starting at ILB Andersen might not get a lot of playing time and should honestly start considering how great of an athlete he is.  But sure OT could be an issue big time as well. 

OT definitely has been an issue. Deion Jones isn't starting here. He's basically on the verge of being cut. Mykal Walker has one spot starting and the other is probably Evans this year, but Andersen should see time in the nickel packages. Ogundeji, Malone and Ebiketie all fit well and honestly, Ebiketie has been amazing in the scheme all through camp. IDK where this idea came from that he doesn't fit. Carter would have to re-sign. I don't see them going with an OLB unless it's someone like Anderson who's just a monster. Honestly, if you want to do a pass rusher, going IDL is probably better too. Taquon Graham, Anthony Rush, Timmy Horne, they aren't scaring anyone. Falcons need SOMEONE inside next to Grady Jarrett.

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1 hour ago, MikeT14 said:

DJ going 6 but no Van Dyke is a little surprising

Tyler Van Dyke could be up there but I need to see a lot more of him, he had a great year last year but the team sucked.  Will see what he does when people know who he is and prepare for him.  DJ going that high sure is a bit much but Lions need to start thinking for the future at QB and I expect DJ to have a solid season but sure that might not be the case.  Still his ability to take pressure, get away from pressure athletically and sling it is very interesting, does have a lot to clean up with his release being quicker and his footwork granted.  Brennan Armstrong could sneak into the 1st round maybe but not sure the teams are there that need a QB, he should have another great season though and I would say played better than Van Dyke did last year.  

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On 8/20/2022 at 2:58 PM, Ozzy said:

28. Green Bay Packers: Brandon Joseph Notre Dame RS JR S

Depending on what happens with Darnell Savage and Adrian Amos, safety could be a huge need or a non-need.

On 8/20/2022 at 2:58 PM, Ozzy said:

60. Green Bay Packers: Nathaniel Dell Houston RS JR WR

I'm not sure it's likely that the Packers take a WR high unless the Dobbs preseason hype tends to be a huge flop.

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7 minutes ago, CWood21 said:

Depending on what happens with Darnell Savage and Adrian Amos, safety could be a huge need or a non-need.

I'm not sure it's likely that the Packers take a WR high unless the Dobbs preseason hype tends to be a huge flop.

True safety might not be a need but honestly I would not be shocked to see them move on from Savage, Amos was surprisingly solid last year so they will keep him around.  At WR sure that is not a huge need but if Sammy Watkins does not click and say Amani Rodgers is not good, they need a fast little dude who can make plays and Dell can do that and has the quickness they might be lacking.  Doubs will be just fine and so will C. Watson, they just might need some more wiggle. 

And OT might be an issue if certain guys stay hurt and or retire. 

 

Is Jake Hanson starting for them at OG?  I would assume it would be Rhyan, Newman or Tom but maybe Hanson beat them out...  

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4 hours ago, Ozzy said:

True safety might not be a need but honestly I would not be shocked to see them move on from Savage, Amos was surprisingly solid last year so they will keep him around.  At WR sure that is not a huge need but if Sammy Watkins does not click and say Amani Rodgers is not good, they need a fast little dude who can make plays and Dell can do that and has the quickness they might be lacking.  Doubs will be just fine and so will C. Watson, they just might need some more wiggle. 

And OT might be an issue if certain guys stay hurt and or retire. 

 

Is Jake Hanson starting for them at OG?  I would assume it would be Rhyan, Newman or Tom but maybe Hanson beat them out...  

Savage/Amos will be their starting safeties for 2022.  Amos unfortunately isn't under contract after this season.  Savage is on his 5th year option, so I'd imagine this year will be rather important as to whether or not he gets another contract or just plays out his 5th year option.

And no, Jake Hanson isn't a staring OG.  He's a fringe roster guy at this point.  He's probably more a backup C at most.

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24 minutes ago, CWood21 said:

Savage/Amos will be their starting safeties for 2022.  Amos unfortunately isn't under contract after this season.  Savage is on his 5th year option, so I'd imagine this year will be rather important as to whether or not he gets another contract or just plays out his 5th year option.

And no, Jake Hanson isn't a staring OG.  He's a fringe roster guy at this point.  He's probably more a backup C at most.

Yeah I saw on ESPN.com depth chart Hanson as the starting RG, thought he was the backup center potentially and a decent one but agreed he would have to fight to make the roster with Tom in the mix.

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On 8/20/2022 at 2:58 PM, Ozzy said:

20. Kansas City Chiefs: Jordan Addison USC JR WR

I haven't scouted 2023 yet at all. But I do like it positionally. Only Skyy Moore and MVS (maybe Justyn Ross too?) are currently under contract entering next year. So it's a position of need.

 

On 8/20/2022 at 2:58 PM, Ozzy said:

52. Kansas City Chiefs: Cam Jones Indiana RS SR OLB

Way too high for a LB. We have young, quality depth there. Give me BPA OL or DL. Both will be needs.

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I could see the Titans spending a high pick at receiver, but I doubt they'd spend two firsts in a row.  Definitely possible though, but I think the bigger needs will be either along the defensive line, where a cut is probably coming sooner rather than later, or on the offensive line, where Lewan is aging, and Radunz looks like yet another bust already.

I don't think an RB is likely in the first two.  Henry still has something left in the tank and wants an extension, and they've been pretty easily able to get good rushing production from UDFAs and waiver wire guys, plus they really seem to like rookie Hassan Haskins.

But all of this is likely to change by the season's end, so who knows?  Just as likely as anything else.

Texans passing on a QB and Rattler being some kind of high pick are interesting takes.

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id have to say this Draft for the jags kinda Blows. 

Ika is a fine player but unless the jags are replacing our NT Hamilton theres no real room for him unless we cut Roy Robertson-Harris but then we likely would be a lil 2 bulky in the 3 down linemen with Foley Fatukusi(SPelling might be off but he was a FA signing this year for the jags from the jets).   if i was picking a DT id lean carter based on his traits. id probably go look at giving the Jags a WR/TE or an edge rusher(yes i know we have Josh Allen and Travon walker but Allen is a FA to be and to really allow the jags to maximize Walkers skillset we probably could use another Edge to allow us to put Walker inside vs Guards and let him feast.   id probably go with Jordan Addison tho we probably need more of an outside wr. 

round 2 is a complete whiff unless the jags cut Griffen.  we currently have 3 good Corners on this roster with Campbell, Griffin, and Darious WIlliams.  id probably look at maybe a G/T(like Paris johnson) or another WR/TE(if the value is there why not as Shenault looks like a best fit as a slot wr where our High Priced Kirk currently projects best at based on the stats.  id like to see us Go with Johnston from TCU to pair with Addison and give Lawrence some WRs with Talent.  

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