E2G Sports

● By Buddy Andrade
The 2023 NFL Draft is about six months away. But now that we’re halfway through the college season and roughly a third of the way into the pro campaign, it’s as good a time as any to start looking ahead and making bold predictions. Next spring’s draft should be a return to normalcy after 2022 saw only one quarterback selected in the first 73 picks — and none inside the top 19. Next spring’s crop of passers is loaded with viable starters, including two top-tier prospects in Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud and Alabama’s Bryce Young. That pair might not meet in the College Football Playoff this winter, but they’ll certainly see enough of each other as teams put them through the pre-draft motions to figure out which one will be 2023’s top overall pick.
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