first round of the 2023 NFL Draft saw three quarterbacks go in the top four — and then no more. There was also a late run on wide receivers, and a bunch more Georgia and Alabama players selected to the pros.
There are still plenty of top talents left on our big board. Here they are, with their spot in the
top 100 rankings: Penn State's Joey Porter Jr. figures to hear his name called on Friday at the NFL Draft. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images) 28. TCU C Steve Avila (R-Senior, 6-3 1/2, 332 lbs) 44. Syracuse OT Matthew Bergeron (Senior, 6-5, 318 lbs) 49. LSU EDGE BJ Ojulari (Junior, 6-2, 248 lbs) 50. Iowa TE Sam LaPorta (Senior, 6-3, 245 lbs) Plenty of tight end talent is still available in the NFL Draft, including South Dakota State's Tucker Kraft. (Photo by Bailey Hillesheim/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) 65. Houston WR Tank Dell (R-Senior, 5-8, 165 lbs) Houston's Tank Dell was a 2023 All-Juice Team selection. Will he be a Day 2 pick in the NFL Draft? (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) 66. Baylor DL Siaki Ika (Senior, 6-3, 335 lbs) 73. Ole Miss WR Jonathan Mingo (Senior, 6-2, 220 lbs) 80. Illinois CB Sydney Brown (Senior, 5-10, 211 lbs) 88. USC DL/EDGE Tuli Tuipulotu (Junior, 6-3, 266 lbs) 90. BYU WR Puka Nacua (Senior, 6-2, 201 lbs) 93. Alabama DL Byron Young (Senior, 6-3, 292 lbs) 95. Alabama LB Henry To'oTo'o (Senior, 6-1, 227 lbs) 97. Oregon LB Noah Sewell (Junior, 6-1 1/2, 246 lbs)