The National Football League NFL 2023 is a professional American football league that consists of 32 teams, divided equally between the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference.
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NFL 2023: Draft, QB Class, QB Prospects, Free Agents
The G-Men haven’t won a playoff game since Eli Manning last hoisted the Lombardi Trophy. Over the past five years, they’re tied with the Jets for the worst record in the NFL (22-59).
Say what you will about this quarterback class, but Kenny Pickett was stealing No. 20 overall. The Steelers searched far and wide for Ben Roethlisberger’s heir, but wisely returned to the signal-caller who had played his college ball at Heinz Field.
The Pitt product was always the right fit, and Kevin Colbert pulled it off in his last draft as Steelers GM.
The talent pendulum swings at a dizzying rate in the middle of the NFL Draft. The 2022 NFL Draft was a mirage in the desert for teams thirsting for a franchise quarterback.
In addition to Kenny Pickett and his leprechaun hands, teams distanced themselves from top signal-callers who were mocked as first rounders for desperate teams in this weekend’s draft.
Alabama has turned into an NFL quarterback factory over the past half decade, and Bryce Young is the best one yet. Young has been a phenom since his junior year of high school and solidified his name in Heisman lore during his first year as a starter.
Three years ago, Chase Young was the clear No. 1 pick 12 months before the 2020 draft and then Joe Burrows happened.
As we sit here, Will Anderson Jr. and Jalen Carter certainly feel like they’re in the driver’s seat for that top pick. But as you know, a lot can happen in 52 weeks.
His limited size (5-foot-11) hasn’t been a deterrent to the SEC, but given a year to investigate, the team will investigate his death. Few quarterbacks alive can navigate a muddy pocket with their eyes closed downfield as deftly as Young.
Darrell Baker, CB, Georgia Southern
Chandler Wooten, LB, Auburn
Will Miles, DE, Central Methodist
Ronnie Rivers, RB, Fresno State
Stephon Robinson, WR, Northwestern
LaRon Stokes, DL, Oklahoma
Cole Bently, OL, Louisville
JaVonta Payton, WR, Tennessee
Jared Bernhardt, QB, Ferris State
Derrick Tangelo, DT, Penn State
Tyler Vrabel, OT, Boston College
Bryce Rodgers, DT, UC Davis
Brad Hawkins, S, Michigan
Tyshaun James, WR, Central Connecticut
Stanley Berryhill, WR, Arizona
Kana’i Mauga, ILB, Southern California
Kuony Deng, LB, Cal
Tre Webb, DB, Montana State
Charles Wiley, LB, UTSA
Zakoby McClain, LB, Auburn
Anthony Brown, QB, Oregon
Joshua Ross, LB, Michigan
Jeremiah Moon, LB, Florida
Emeka Emezie, WR, N.C. State
Ricky Person Jr., RB, North Carolina State
Denzel Williams, CB, Villanova
Aron Johnson, T, South Dakota
Rayshad Nichols, DL, S.F. Austin
Slade Bolden, WR, Alabama
Shemar Bridges, WR, Fort Valley State
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