Pro Football Focus

● By Michael Renner
After the 2022 draft gave us the weakest quarterback class since PFF started grading college football, the top 10 of the 2023 NFL Draft will be chock-full of top-end signal-callers. There are two quarterback prospects I already feel comfortable drafting in the top 10 and a handful more fully capable of playing their way there before next April. Quarterback is by no means the strongest position group, however, as the defensive line class looks special. Right now, half of the top 12 players on this list play along the defensive line, so this group will be fun to follow this college football season.
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