2023 NFL Mock Drafts

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This one is a two round mock, with Cards taking Wilson in Round 1 and Forbes in Round 2.

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Hendon Hooker is interesting for a late round QB

TD to INT rate last year was 27/2

2021 it was 33/3

Don't know that much about him but he's big and appears somewhat accurate

 

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    Will Anderson Jr.
    EDGE | Alabama
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    John Michael Schmitz
    IOL | Minnesota
    B+
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    Eli Ricks
    CB | Alabama
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    Kyu Blu Kelly
    CB | Stanford
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    Jaxson Kirkland
    OT | Washington
    C
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    A.T. Perry
    WR | Wake Forest
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    Mike Morris
    DL | Michigan
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    Andre Carter II
    EDGE | Army
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    Xavier Hutchinson
    WR | Iowa State
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    Israel Abanikanda
    RB | Pittsburgh
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    Ryan Hayes
    OT | Michigan
    B
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    Jerrod Clark
    DL | Coastal Carolina
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    Dorian Thompson-Robinson
    QB | UCLA
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    Tyler Lacy
    DL | Oklahoma State
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Hendon Hooker is interesting for a late round QB

TD to INT rate last year was 27/2

2021 it was 33/3

Don't know that much about him but he's big and appears somewhat accurate

I watched a lot of Tennessee football this year (ex was a Vols fan and some of it stuck with me, plus they were a lot of fun until the wheels fell off late), and I'd be really happy to get him on the team. His arm isn't a total cannon (they'd bring in the backup for some longer throws) but still, I think he has a spot in the NFL.

I'd be really happy drafting him.
 

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I watched a lot of Tennessee football this year (ex was a Vols fan and some of it stuck with me, plus they were a lot of fun until the wheels fell off late), and I'd be really happy to get him on the team. His arm isn't a total cannon (they'd bring in the backup for some longer throws) but still, I think he has a spot in the NFL.

I'd be really happy drafting him.
That's what I was wondering about his arm

Short passing game he's okay, but can't throw long?
 
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This my absolute favorite mock I've done yet. Seattle offered a good trade down and I risked Anderson but still got him.

Cam Smith is a good young corner and was the top player on the board. He should play right away.

I decided to see if I could wait on OL, so I took an offensive difference maker in Gibbs. The defense does need some attention, but getting Murray back on track should be a priority. Gibbs helps with that.

Wypler makes it to 66 and I snap him up. Wypler is young and played well against big time players.

Rice is one of the few receivers in this draft with any size. If the Cardinals keep Hopkins, Rice makes the receiver room pretty good.

I know it's a bit rich to take a safety here, but Sydney Brown has big upside. He's a future starter and the new heir apparent to Budda. This allows the Cardinals the ability to move off of Budda's contract in the next few years.

The next few picks are all about strengthening the lines. Steen is more popular among scouts than draft nerds. Big strong Alabama lineman who will slide over to guard and be a good NFL player. Brooks is a pass rusher with good size. He'll be looked at as a DT. Coburn is a NT; typical space eater that the Cardinals could really use.

Luter is a small school corner who was really good at the combine. 6 foot, ran in the 4.4s, 40.5 inch vert. I'll take a swing on his upside.
 

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This my absolute favorite mock I've done yet. Seattle offered a good trade down and I risked Anderson but still got him.

Cam Smith is a good young corner and was the top player on the board. He should play right away.

I decided to see if I could wait on OL, so I took an offensive difference maker in Gibbs. The defense does need some attention, but getting Murray back on track should be a priority. Gibbs helps with that.

Wypler makes it to 66 and I snap him up. Wypler is young and played well against big time players.

Rice is one of the few receivers in this draft with any size. If the Cardinals keep Hopkins, Rice makes the receiver room pretty good.

I know it's a bit rich to take a safety here, but Sydney Brown has big upside. He's a future starter and the new heir apparent to Budda. This allows the Cardinals the ability to move off of Budda's contract in the next few years.

The next few picks are all about strengthening the lines. Steen is more popular among scouts than draft nerds. Big strong Alabama lineman who will slide over to guard and be a good NFL player. Brooks is a pass rusher with good size. He'll be looked at as a DT. Coburn is a NT; typical space eater that the Cardinals could really use.

Luter is a small school corner who was really good at the combine. 6 foot, ran in the 4.4s, 40.5 inch vert. I'll take a swing on his upside.
isnt ideal... but probably about as close to ideal as we are likely to get. I like it
 
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isnt ideal... but probably about as close to ideal as we are likely to get. I like it
The unrealistic part is still getting Anderson at 5. The Seahawks took Carter, which actually makes sense because Seattle has multiple good edge players. But if the Cardinals walked away with a draft class this good, we'd be pretty excited.

This IDL class is pretty weak once you get past 4 or 5 players.
 

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PFF mock draft simulator is pay online now for more than 2 rounds...
Just saw this today and was annoyed. Though I don’t like mock simulators that grade each pick because I inevitably make picks that I think will get graded higher vs what I would really have done.
 

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Hendon Hooker is interesting for a late round QB

TD to INT rate last year was 27/2

2021 it was 33/3

Don't know that much about him but he's big and appears somewhat accurate


Be quite surprised if Hooker makes it out of the first round or early second.
 

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Hendon Hooker is interesting for a late round QB

TD to INT rate last year was 27/2

2021 it was 33/3

Don't know that much about him but he's big and appears somewhat accurate

I don’t see Michael Bidwill paying for a Hooker.
 
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