McShay’s post-Super Bowl mock draft: First-round landing areas, 4 QBs
7:00 AM ET Todd McShayESPN Senior Citizen Writer Close ESPN College Football and NFL Draft Analyst Signed Up With ESPN in 2006 Played quarterback in high school and was a backup QB for
- we’re getting closer and closer to
- the 2023 NFL draft. The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles
on Sunday night in Super Bowl LVII to clinch their 2nd championship in four years. Will another team discover its Patrick Mahomes in this year’s draft class and quickly hoist the Lombardi Prize? Which franchises will take the next action with savvy relocations and wise draft selects to take on the Chiefs next season? This year’s draft class includes a lot of future NFL stars who could make an instant impact.With the integrate two weeks away and free company set to open in a month’s time, I’m taking another spin through Round 1 of the draft with predictions for each choice. I have four quarterbacks coming off the board on Day 1, and I even projected a group to trade up to take one at No. 1 overall. Things will definitely alter a lot over the next two-plus months, but we are starting to get a much better idea of what this class appears like and who could be a first-rounder. Five teams do not have a pick in the preliminary, including the Miami Dolphins, who were stripped of their selection for tampering offenses. That leaves simply 31 selections.Here is my existing prediction of how the first round will play out, consisting of a move up the board for a QB-needy franchise. (And make certain to have a look at our”SportsCenter”mock draft unique on Wednesday at 5 p.m. ET on ESPN2. )ESPN+Continue reading this post and more from top authors, for only$9.99/ mo.
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