The first round of the 2023 NFL Draft is in the books, so let’s turn our attention to Day 2.

Here’s a look at how Rounds 2 and 3 could potentially play out with a few notes on what to expect.

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Round 2 Mock Draft

PickTeamPlayerPosSchool
32SteelersKelee RingoCBGeorgia
33CardinalsTyrique StevensonCBMiami FL
34LionsSteve AvilaIOLTCU
35ColtsDarius RushCBSouth Carolina
36RamsBrian BranchSAlabama
37SeahawksJohn Michael SchmitzIOLMinnesota
38RaidersJoey Porter Jr.CBPenn State
39PanthersJonathan MingoWROle Miss
40SaintsJosh DownsWRNorth Carolina
41TitansKeion WhiteEDGEGeorgia Tech
42PackersMichael MayerTENotre Dame
43JetsLuke MusgraveTEOregon State
44FalconsDerick HallEDGEAuburn
45PackersJalin HyattWRTennessee
46PatriotsDarnell WashingtonTEGeorgia
47CommandersO'Cyrus TorrenceIOLFlorida
48LionsCam SmithCBSouth Carolina
49SteelersDawand JonesOTOhio State
50BuccaneersBJ OjulariEDGELSU
51DolphinsTucker KraftTESouth Dakota State
52SeahawksDrew SandersLBArkansas
53BearsKeeanu BentonDLWisconsin
54ChargersZach CharbonnetRBUCLA
55LionsSam LaPortaTEIowa
56JaguarsJL SkinnerSBoise State
57GiantsJoe TippmannIOLWisconsin
58CowboysTrenton SimpsonLBClemson
59BillsGervon DexterDLFlorida
60BengalsDJ TurnerCBMichigan
61BearsAde AdebaworeDLNorthwestern
62EaglesMarvin Mims Jr.WROklahoma
63ChiefsTyler ScottWRCincinnati
  • No quarterbacks in Round 2? That’s typically what happens. Quarterbacks with second-round grades get pushed into the first, so we often see a long wait until the next guys come off the board. Over the past eight years, there have been five second-round quarterbacks and 13 in the third round.
  • Expect a lot of cornerbacks. The Steelers and Cardinals could potentially kick off the day with back-to-back cornerbacks, and the run could continue. It’s arguably the deepest position group, and there could be as many as 10 coming off the board on Friday.
  • Expect a run on tight ends. Somewhat surprisingly, only one tight end came off the board in the first round. A reason could be the depth at the position. Buffalo Bills first-round pick Dalton Kincaid stood out from the pack for his receiving skills, but most of the others are similar well-rounded players with lower upside for the passing game. Notre Dame’s Michael Mayer is expected to be the first off the board, and as many as four others could follow him in the second round.

Round 3 Mock Draft

PickTeamPlayerPosSchool
64BearsCedric TillmanWRTennessee
65TexansJulius BrentsCBKansas State
66EaglesMatthew BergeronOTSyracuse
67BroncosDeMarvion OvershownLBTexas
68BroncosZacch PickensDLSouth Carolina
69RamsTank BigsbyRBAuburn
70RaidersHendon HookerQBTennessee
71SaintsDevon AchaneRBTexas A&M
72TitansQuan MartinSIllinois
73TexansCharlie JonesWRPurdue
74BrownsIsaiah McGuireEDGEMissouri
75FalconsJayden ReedWRMichigan State
76PatriotsCody MauchOTNorth Dakota State
77RamsJaquelin RoyDLLSU
78PackersAntonio JohnsonSTexas A&M
79ColtsTyler SteenOTAlabama
80SteelersTuli TuipulotuEDGEUSC
81CardinalsLuke WyplerIOLOhio State
82BuccaneersWill LevisQBKentucky
83SeahawksSiaki IkaDLBaylor
84DolphinsClark Phillips IIICBUtah
85ChargersLuke SchoonmakerTEMichigan
86RavensJi'Ayir BrownSPenn State
87VikingsRiley MossCBIowa
88JaguarsByron YoungEDGETennessee
89GiantsTrey PalmerWRNebraska
90CowboysRoschon JohnsonRBTexas
91BillsJordan BattleSAlabama
92BengalsIsrael AbanikandaRBPittsburgh
93PanthersChandler ZavalaIOLNC State
94CardinalsZach HarrisonEDGEOhio State
95ChiefsBlake FreelandOTBYU
96CardinalsNick HerbigLBWisconsin
97CommandersIsaiah FoskeyEDGENotre Dame
98BrownsKendre MillerRBTCU
9949ersSydney BrownSIllinois
100RaidersDaiyan HenleyLBWashington State
10149ersNick SaldiveriOTOld Dominion
10249ersBrenton StrangeTEPenn State
  • Round three is where we should see running backs start to come off the board at a faster rate. There’s a range of skill sets at the position, so teams could trade up to the early portion of the round to be sure they get their guy. Devon Achane will fit anyone looking for elite speed, Roschon Johnson is the early-down back, and Tank Bigsby, Israel Abanikanda and Kendre Miller have more well-rounded skill sets.
  • Where does Will Levis land? Among teams that did not draft a first-round quarterback, Levis visited and/or worked out for the Buccaneers, Falcons, Patriots, Raiders and Titans. If he’s drafted on Friday, expect his future team to come from that group.

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