2023 NFL Draft prospect rankings: Cornerbacks (2023)

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Gonzalez is one of the easiest movers you'll ever find on a football field, regardless of position. He uses his 4.38 speed to glide, consistently sticking with receivers with ease in both man and zone coverage. The former Duck uses patient hands and feet in press to avoid being beaten off the line and then quick hips to turn with receivers on a dime. While he can cover any target on offense, he'll be most effective against bigger receivers thanks to his size and athleticism combination, sticking in their hip pocket from the first step of the play to the end. Gonzalez is quite capable of breaking up balls thrown in his direction, but he could bring his game to another level if he became a more aggressive ball hawk and downfield tackler. When he does get his hands on the ball, he's a threat to take it to the house, as evidenced by his 29.5-yard interception return average in 2022.

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Witherspoon pops on film. He lays the boom as a corner better than just about anyone and has good coverage skills to match. The Illinois product gets his hands on receivers early in press, remains physical through the route, and plays through the ball. That play style is likely to draw some more flags in the NFL, so Witherspoon will need to rein in the physicality just a bit to prevent costing his team. A lack of elite top speed could be part of why Witherspoon is so handsy, but he's not super slow, and he has the technique as a cover man to be an instant impact player if he trusts himself and his coaching. He has the potential to be a mismatch defensive back that can line up all over the secondary.

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Banks has some of the best athletic tools in the class and combines that with solid film to earn a lot of optimism from us. He and his Maryland teammates communicated effectively when passing off receivers in zone, and Banks was a reliable man cover corner, too. He'll need to get more comfortable covering multi-stem routes and playing with his back to the ball, as he shows some panic movements in those scenarios. If the Maryland product's positional coach and defensive coordinator can clean up his technique just enough to maintain discipline in those uncomfortable situations, Banks has the potential to be a high-end starter for a long time.

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There's no questioning Porter's play strength when you turn on the film. He's capable of throwing receivers around as a press corner, disrupting route timing, and preventing clean releases. Porter breaks on throws to force incompletions both coming downfield and leaping into the air. He also uses good hand placement to help recover if he's caught out of position, keeping him involved even if he makes a false step early in the down. The team that selects the former Nittany Lion would be wise to keep him at the line of scrimmage for the majority of his snaps, as his hip fluidity and change of direction skills leave something to be desired and could leave him exposed against quicker targets.

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First things first: Forbes needs to put on some weight, or he'll get bullied by NFL targets. Even just 10 pounds will go a long way in helping him match up with bigger targets. Assuming he can do that, the Mississippi State product has the range, play recognition, and ball skills to eventually develop into a Pro Bowl-level corner. Those traits do make him susceptible to double-moves, so the 22-year-old will likely be paired with coverage help over the top to allow him to maximize his ball-hawking abilities. Forbes finished his three-year college career with 14 interceptions, including at least three per season and a whopping six touchdowns.

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Smith's fit is almost the exact opposite of Joey Porter Jr.'s. The former Gamecock profiles as an off-ball corner that relies on diagnosing plays with his eyes over playing in receivers' pockets at the line of scrimmage. Smith is able to keep eyes on intended receivers and quarterbacks when playing in zone to break on the ball effectively and has good enough technique and raw speed to play off-man once his hips are aligned with where he's trying to get to. Zone-heavy teams should love Smith's anticipation and tendency to play the ball rather than the man on the perimeter.

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Ringo was once expected to be one of the earliest picks in the 2023 NFL Draft, but the former Bulldog's 2022 campaign didn't see him take the step that many expected him to. He still sports maybe the best overall combination of physical traits, running a blazing 4.36 40-yard dash despite weighing in over 200 pounds, but the processing and coverage skills haven't caught up to the elite traits yet. He's often a step slow, leading him to be caught out of position and leaning rather than moving with receivers in phase. Ringo could be a candidate to get some snaps at safety, where he'll have more time to read and react. His ceiling is just as high as anyone else's in this class, but his floor is far from safe. Thankfully Ringo only turns 21 this summer and has plenty of time to be coached up.

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Williams is an absolute technician at the corner position and flashes skills that could've had him much higher on this list. The Syracuse product wasn't flagged at all over the past two seasons and showcases the necessary movement skills to mirror receivers, regardless of the defensive play call. Williams gets his hands on the ball, but like Gonzalez, it would serve him well to get more aggressive and go after some more turnovers. That aggressiveness could also translate to tackling, where Williams flashes a hit stick that's not all that dissimilar to what Witherspoon brings to the table. Improving that mentality could be all that stands in the way of Williams being an impact starter. The team that selects Williams may not get to see him on the field in Week 1, as he's recovering from an ACL tear suffered in October.

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Brents' bread and butter should be playing zone coverage off the ball, using his impressive length to disrupt receivers while he reads them, route combinations, and the quarterback. He'll lock onto the quarterback for a second too long on occasion, which can leave him more susceptible to patterns that cross his face. Brents can play some press-man coverage, but his lack of elite long speed (4.53 40-yard dash) will likely prevent him from effectively contributing in a scheme that relies on corners being able to carry vertical routes down the field consistently. Quicker receivers could also present some issues, given the former Wildcat's height.

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Stevenson transferred from Georgia to Miami and became one of the Hurricanes' best defensive players, using his big frame and press coverage skills to match up well with most receivers. Teams that run a lot of off coverage will likely want to look elsewhere for corner help due to Stevenson's lack of pattern-matching ability and tendency to overextend himself when transitioning from his backpedal into a full run. His recovery speed is very solid but not quite special enough to allow him to rely on it at the next level. The 22-year-old also has a lot of room to grow in zone to prevent being exploited by NFL offenses.

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Phillips finished his career at Utah with nine interceptions, including six last year. He also scored four touchdowns on those nine picks, with a pair coming in 2022. That kind of ball production will get the attention of NFL teams, even if Phillips is undersized. Part of what made him such an effective ballhawk is his aggressive mentality, but another key is his ability to keep eyes on the quarterback while dropping into zone and understanding what the offense is trying to do. Those skills can translate to the next level, even if the size concerns limit his snap total and where he lines up on most downs. A lack of elite hip fluidity is another thing to consider with Phillips, as it can limit his ability to match up with receivers that threaten him deep.

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This year's 40-yard dash champion at the combine has elite movement skills across the board. Turner's 4.26 speed stands out the most, but he has short-area quickness to mirror receivers on all sorts of routes and could be a contributor early if the team that selects him understands his limitations against bigger pass-catchers. Too often, Turner's thin frame would be boxed out or knocked around by subtle push-offs from receivers, preventing him from making a play on the ball. If he can put on some muscle mass to better match up with larger targets while maintaining his elite movement skills, then Turner could develop into a really nice piece. Expecting Turner to contribute much in the ground game is unwise, as he's a lunge tackler that struggles to get off blocks, but he can carve out a role as a late-down cover man.

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Hodges-Tomlinson, nephew of Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson, is one of the smallest players in the entire draft class, but you'd never know it based on how he plays. THT has an aggressive mindset and the necessary short-area quickness to match up with receivers when he's lined up off the ball. Having him play press-man against X receivers is unlikely to be fruitful, but there's a path to him receiving occasional snaps on the outside to complement the majority of his time in the slot. But he'll need to trust his technique and clean up his handsy style of play, regardless of where he's lining up in the NFL. The TCU product could also see some early special teams reps thanks to his surprisingly solid tackling skills.

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Moss is unlikely to ever be a consistent NFL starter, but he could be a really effective backup for zone-heavy teams. The former Hawkeye can provide decent coverage skills and solid tackling to whichever team picks him up, but he lacks elite tools to be counted on as a starter. They aren't necessarily bad tools, but players with 4.54 speed and short arms don't typically start at the next level. Where the Iowa product could find a role is down near the red zone, where he can use his solid size, leaping ability, and tackling prowess to contribute. Moss projects to be a solid backup, but he's also got special teams experience and skills to contribute in the game's third phase.

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Bennett hasn't quite put it all together just yet, but there's a lot to like. His broad jump, vertical jump, 40-yard dash, and 10-yard split all rank in the 91st percentile or better for cornerbacks, per MockDraftable. His speed stands out as his most defining trait, running a blazing fast 4.30 at the combine. Bennett uses that speed to harass receivers at the catch point and force plenty of incompletions. The Maryland product will need to learn how to use all of his athleticism while maintaining balance and control, or NFL offenses will cross him up with concepts that leave him stumbling and out of position. Both his man and zone coverage snaps show this, so it won't be as simple as putting him in a system that hides his deficiencies. But with some good coaching, Bennett can find ways to contribute at the next level.

Other notable prospects

Darius Rush, South Carolina
Jaylon Jones, Texas A&M
Eli Ricks, Alabama
Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford
Kei'Trel Clark, Louisville

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2023 NFL Draft prospect rankings: Cornerbacks? ›

Paul Krause has made the most career interceptions by a defensive back, with 81 interceptions.

Who are the best guard prospects in the 2023 NFL draft? ›

  • Peter Skoronski*, G/OT, Northwestern. Height: 6-4. ...
  • O'Cyrus Torrence*, G, Florida. Height: 6-5. ...
  • Cody Mauch, G, North Dakota State. Height: 6-5. ...
  • Steve Avila, G/C, TCU. Height: 6-4. ...
  • Joe Tippman, G/C, Wisconsin. Height: 6-6. ...
  • Jarrett Patterson, G/C, Notre Dame. ...
  • Nick Broeker, G/OT, Ole Miss. ...
  • Emil Ekiyor Jr., G/C, Alabama.

Who is the number one cornerback in 2023? ›

Devon Witherspoon

Who is the best edge 2023 NFL draft? ›

Edge rusher prospects for Chiefs in each round of the 2023 NFL...
  • Round 1: George EDGE Nolan Smith. ...
  • Round 2: Auburn EDGE Derick Hall. ...
  • Round 3: Ohio State EDGE Zach Harrison. ...
  • Round 4: Missouri EDGE Isaiah McGuire. ...
  • Round 5: San Jose State EDGE Viliami Fehoko. ...
  • Round 6: Central Michigan EDGE Thomas Incoom.
3 days ago

Who are the top players for the NFL draft 2023? ›

2023 NFL Draft: Top 20 players remaining after Round 1
  • Will Levis, QB, Kentucky, 6-3, 232, Redshirt Senior. ...
  • Brian Branch, S, Alabama, 6-0, 193, Junior. ...
  • Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State, 6-2, 198, Junior. ...
  • Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame, 6-5, 265, Junior. ...
  • John Michael Schmitz, C, Minnesota, 6-4, 320, Redshirt Senior.
2 days ago

Who is the best free safety in the NFL draft 2023? ›

2023 NFL Draft: The top 9 safeties
  1. Brian Branch, Alabama. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) Height: 5′ 11⅝” (28th percentile) Weight: 190 (3rd) ...
  2. Sydney Brown, Illinois. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) ...
  3. Antonio Johnson Jr., Texas A&M. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) ...
  4. Jammie Robinson, Florida State. (Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports)
2 days ago

Who is the best 2023 fantasy football draft? ›

2023 NFL draft: Fantasy football analysis of Round 1 through 3
  • No. 1: Bryce Young, QB, Carolina Panthers.
  • No. 2: C.J. Stroud, QB, Houston Texans.
  • No. 4: Anthony Richardson, QB, Indianapolis Colts.
  • No. 8: Bijan Robinson, RB, Atlanta Falcons.
  • No. 12: Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Detroit Lions.
  • No. ...
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1 day ago

Who has the most picks at cornerback? ›

Paul Krause has made the most career interceptions by a defensive back, with 81 interceptions.

Who is the #1 football recruit in 2023? ›

Isidore Newman quarterback Arch Manning headlines the class of 2023 as the No. 1 recruit in the nation, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. The top spot belonged to defensive lineman Lebbeus Overton until he reclassified into the class of 2022 after National Signing Day.

Who is the most accurate draft predictor? ›

Brendan Donahue, the #1 most accurate mock drafter over the past five NFL seasons according to The Huddle Report, gives you his 2023 NFL Mock Draft — making predictions for every team and every pick in the first round.

Who is the best DT in 2023 draft? ›

1. Jalen Carter, Georgia. First things first: teams will have to be comfortable with Jalen Carter's off-field problems to consider him early in the draft. That being said, Carter's talent is undeniable—he was the unanimous top selection in our rankings.

Who is the #1 QB prospect in the 2023 NFL draft? ›

2023 NFL Draft: Ranking the quarterback prospects based on a college football performance formula
1.C.J. StroudOhio State
2.Bryce YoungAlabama
3.Hendon HookerTennessee
4.Stetson BennettGeorgia
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4 days ago

Is 2023 a strong NFL draft? ›

For good reason; it is a very strong class. The talent is even better at edge rusher, cornerback and tight end, though, which is why fans should expect plenty of players at those positions being selected throughout Thursday and Friday as the first three rounds unfold. This big board is not a mock draft.

Who are the best available players left in the draft? ›

Best available players left in 2023 NFL Draft: Kelee Ringo, Tyler Scott and more
  • Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia (6-1, 207) ...
  • Tyler Scott, WR, Cincinnati (5-9, 177) ...
  • Clark Phillips III, CB, Utah (5-9, 184) ...
  • Dawand Jones, OT, Ohio State (6-8, 374) ...
  • Darius Rush, CB, South Carolina (6-1, 198)
18 hours ago

Who are the best players available for Day 3? ›

Defensive end
  • Adetomiwa Adebawore, Northwestern.
  • K.J. Henry, Clemson.
  • Dylan Horton, TCU.
  • Tyler Lacy, Oklahoma State.
  • Isaiah McGuire, Missouri.
  • Mike Morris, Michigan.
  • Moro Ojomo, Texas.
15 hours ago

Who has the number 1 defense in the NFL 2023? ›

Entering 2023, the 49ers are No. 1 in the NFL defense rankings. Naturally, the rich got richer in free agency.

Which NFL team has the #1 draft pick 2023? ›

About the 2023 NFL Draft

This year's draft is the 88th edition and will be held near Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri. The Carolina Panthers hold the first pick in the draft after trading with the Chicago Bears .

Who is the 6 4 cornerback in the NFL? ›

Nahshon Wright – 6'4″ – Cowboys.

How many corners were drafted? ›

A total of 55 DBs were selected throughout the 2022 draft.

How tall are NFL cornerbacks? ›

The Myth of Cornerback Height? You would think cornerbacks over 6'0” are required in the NFL judging from rhetoric before and after the draft. In reality, the best cornerbacks still tend to be less than 6'0” on average.

Who is the #1 CB in the NFL? ›

1Sauce Gardner3.15
2Patrick Surtain II11.45
3James Bradberry12.38
4Jaire Alexander13.88
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Mar 2, 2023

What CB has the most interceptions in a game? ›

Most interceptions in an NFL game: Most thrown

24, 1950, Chicago Cardinals quarterback Jim Hardy set the record for the most intercepted passes in a game when he threw 8 interceptions in a game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Who is the best corner to ever play in the NFL? ›

Deion Sanders

There's not much Deion Sanders couldn't do—except tackle well. But that didn't matter much, because the menacing cornerback kept most opposing players from getting open in the first place. Known as "Prime Time" and "Neon Deion," Sanders is considered by many the greatest at his position.

How many 5 star recruits in 2023? ›

Now, almost all of the dust has settled on the 2023 college football recruiting cycle. In particular, of the 39 players who earned 5-star designation in the 247 Sports Composite rankings, all but one have signed. Where did they all end up? Let's take a look.

Who is the top fullback in the 2023 NFL draft? ›

Complete 2023 FB draft rankings
1Hunter LuepkeNorth Dakota State
2Derek ParishHouston
3Jack CollettoOregon State
4Princeton FantTennessee
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What is a 3 star football recruit? ›

Star ratings

4 stars is a typical ranking for most recruits at schools which regularly finish as one of the top ranked teams in a particular sport. 3 stars is a typical ranking for recruits at most other schools in "Power Five" football conferences as well as the top schools from the "Group of Five conferences".

Who is the best NFL fantasy analyst? ›

Who are the best fantasy football analysts? The best fantasy football analysts are Matthew Berry, Sean Koerner, and Jared Smola. Matthew Berry has been covering fantasy football for multiple decades for major sports news outlets such as ESPN and NBC Sports.

Who was the number 1 overall draft pick? ›

In 2021, Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence went No. 1 to the Jaguars. In 2020, the Cincinnati Bengals took Joe Burrow with the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft. Burrow, who won the 2019 Heisman Trophy, became the third LSU player to be drafted No. 1 overall.

Who is the best defensive player in the 2023 draft? ›

NFL Draft Day 2: Best defensive players available
  • Jordan Porter Jr., CB, Penn State.
  • Brian Branch, S, Alabama.
  • Keeanu Benton, DT, Wisconsin.
  • Tyrique Stevenson, CB, Miami.
  • Keion White, DE, Georgia Tech.
  • BJ Ojulari, LB, LSU.
  • Trenton Simpson, LB, Clemson.
  • Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia.
2 days ago

Who is best running backs in the 2023 draft? ›

The top two tailbacks left on the board are highlighted by Texas A&M's Devon Achane and UCLA's Zach Charbonnet, who despite being undersized for their positions, possess top-tier speed and quickness.

Who are the best offensive lineman in the 2023 draft? ›

2023 NFL Draft offensive tackle rankings: Paris Johnson leads top 10 prospects
  • Paris Johnson, Ohio State, 6'6, 313 pounds, Junior. ...
  • Darnell Wright, Tennessee, 6'6, 335 pounds, Senior. ...
  • Anton Harrison, Oklahoma, 6'4, 315 pounds, Junior. ...
  • Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse, 6-5, 318, Senior.
Apr 11, 2023

Who will get first round draft pick 2023? ›

Winners, losers from first round of 2023 NFL Draft

The Panthers kicked things off in Kansas City in unsurprising fashion, taking Alabama quarterback Bryce Young with the No. 1 overall pick. The 2021 Heisman Trophy winner was the first of three signal callers selected in Round 1, followed by C.J.

Who is the interception leaders qb 2023? ›

Between the 2022 and 2023 seasons, Dak Prescott and Davis Mills were tied for the most intercepted passes by a quarterback, with 15 interceptions.

Which NFL teams need a QB in 2023 draft? ›

Need a quarterback
  • Washington Commanders. Starting quarterbacks: Carson Wentz/Taylor Heinicke. ...
  • Atlanta Falcons. Starting quarterback: Marcus Mariota. ...
  • New Orleans Saints. Starting quarterbacks: Jameis Winston/Andy Dalton. ...
  • Carolina Panthers. ...
  • Seattle Seahawks. ...
  • Indianapolis Colts. ...
  • Houston Texans. ...
  • New York Jets.
Apr 11, 2023

What teams have never had a number one draft pick? ›

What NFL teams have never had the first pick? The Baltimore Ravens, Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos are the only NFL franchises to never hold the No. 1 draft pick.

Who is left for round 2 NFL draft? ›

  • Brian Branch, S/CB, Alabama. ...
  • Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame. ...
  • Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State. ...
  • Josh Downs, WR, North Carolina. ...
  • Darnell Washington, TE, Georgia. ...
  • Luke Musgrave, TE, Oregon State. ...
  • O'Cyrus Torrence, G, Florida. ...
  • Steve Avila, G, TCU.
21 hours ago

Has Will Levi's been drafted? ›

It took much longer than most expected, but Will Levis has finally made Kentucky football history, becoming the ninth former Wildcat quarterback to be selected in the NFL draft, as the Tennessee Titans have taken the gunslinger with the No. 33 overall pick in the 2023 draft.

Which game requires 11 players in a team? ›

Football (also known as association football or soccer) is a team sport played between two teams of 11 players each.

What is the maximum number of available players on the per team? ›

A match is played by two teams, each with a maximum of eleven players; one must be the goalkeeper.

Can a player play for 3 teams in a season? ›

In accordance with FIFA Regulations a Player may be registered with a maximum of three clubs during one season.

Who are the best defensive tackles in the 2023 draft? ›

He's an inconsistent player on tape, but I like his flashes as a run defender and his better-than-expected quickness as a pass rusher.
  1. Jalen Carter, Georgia.
  2. Lukas Van Ness, Iowa. ...
  3. Calijah Kancey, Pitt. ...
  4. Bryan Bresee, Clemson. ...
  5. Mazi Smith, Michigan. ...
  6. Keeanu Benton, Wisconsin. ...
  7. Gervon Dexter, Florida. ...
  8. Siaki Ika, Baylor. ...
2 days ago

Who is the top prospect in the 2023 NBA draft? ›

NBA Draft Prospect Rankings
1Victor WembanyamaFrance
2Scoot HendersonG League Ignite
3Brandon MillerAlabama
4Cam WhitmoreVillanova
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Apr 11, 2023

Who is the #1 MLB draft prospect 2023? ›

1. Dylan Crews, OF, LSU. Crews is the definitive draft prospect of the Pandemic Era. Had the world not closed down in March 2020, shuttering his high school senior season in the process, he would have had time to recover from a slow start to the year.

Who was the #1 QB draft pick in 2023? ›

At the outset of Thursday evening, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stepped to the microphone and announced, "With the first pick in the NFL draft, the Carolina Panthers select Bryce Young, quarterback, Alabama."

What teams have the most defensive players of the year? ›

The Pittsburgh Steelers have won the most Defensive Player of the Year awards by an NFL team, with 8.

Where is Bronny James ranked? ›

Bronny James Ranks No. 19 in ESPN's Final Class of 2023 Rankings.

Which Thompson twin is better? ›

Ausar is more willing and able, shooting more 3s and hitting 30% of them compared to 23% for Amen. He's slightly more accurate from the free-throw line as well, 67% to 65%. Ausar has a quicker release, and Amen's form definitely needs a bit more work.

What teams will draft a QB in 2023? ›

Need a quarterback
  • Washington Commanders. Starting quarterbacks: Carson Wentz/Taylor Heinicke. ...
  • Atlanta Falcons. Starting quarterback: Marcus Mariota. ...
  • New Orleans Saints. Starting quarterbacks: Jameis Winston/Andy Dalton. ...
  • Carolina Panthers. ...
  • Seattle Seahawks. ...
  • Indianapolis Colts. ...
  • Houston Texans. ...
  • New York Jets.
Apr 11, 2023

Can Peter Skoronski play guard? ›

You do love the versatility because he can play guard and tackle. However, if the Titans are wise, they will give Skoronski every opportunity to play guard before kicking him inside.

What teams have multiple 2023 first round draft picks? ›

The Texans are one of four NFL teams with two first-round picks this season, and one of two (along with the Detroit Lions) to have multiple opening-round selections for the second year in a row.

How good is Dylan Crews? ›

964 in 33 games. He leads all Division I players in slugging, on-base-plus-slugging percentage (1.582), weighted on-base average (. 653) and weighted runs created plus (238). Crews has shown all season that he's a top pick in waiting.


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