2023 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: Three Quarterbacks in the Top Five Picks

We’ve reached the NFL’s midseason point, which means it’s time for another mock draft.

This is my first update since before the season, and Georgia once again has four first-round picks,

although two of the prospects are new this time around.

Meanwhile, Alabama and Ohio State tie the Bulldogs for the most first-rounders (four each)

In fact, these four powerhouse programs account for eight of the first nine picks.

While the actual results of the first round in 2022 included only one quarterback (Kenny Pickett, No. 20),

 and zero running backs or tight ends, this iteration has four quarterbacks, two running backs and two tight ends.

As is always the case with mocks this far out, there is much that can and will change between now and April 27,

 but here’s an assessment of where things stand after Week 9 of the NFL season.

Note: Draft order is based on current standings, per Tankathon.

And there are only 31 picks because the Dolphins have forfeited their first-round pick in 2023.


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