NFL Mock Draft 2023 | November 30

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Will Bryce Young be the #1 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft?

With just six weeks left in the NFL season, it is time again to break down the latest rumblings around the NFL water cooler and dive into an NFL Mock Draft.

Which franchises will find their future QBs?

How will trades effect the direction of the draft?

Find out today in our Mid-Week NFL Mock Draft:

1) Houston Texans - Bryce Young, QB, Alabama Crimson Tide:

The Davis Mills experience has ended in Houston. The worst-kept secret in the NFL is that the Texans will select a new face of their franchise.

2) Chicago Bears - Will Anderson Jr., DE/OLB, Alabama Crimson Tide:

The Chicago Bears need everything on defense. The Bears select the best player in the draft and a game-changing outside rusher.

3) Detroit Lions - C.J. Stroud, QB, Ohio State Buckeyes:

The Lions cannot go through another season with Jared Goff at the helm. The Lions select the new leader of their offense.

4) Seattle Seahawks (from Denver) - Jalen Carter, DT, Georgia Bulldogs:

The NFL highly regards Jalen Carter. Carter is an imposing presence up front.

5) Pittsburgh Steelers - Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern Wildcats:

The Steelers need to fix their offensive line to protect their new signal-caller, Kenny Pickett.

6) Carolina Panthers - Will Levis, QB, Kentucky Wildcats:

The Panthers must stop this game of musical chairs at the QB position. Will Levis inherits a team in disarray.

7) Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans) - Myles Murphy, DE, Clemson Tigers:

The Eagles have traditionally addressed their offensive and defensive lines. They select a game-changer in Myles Murphy with this selection.

8) Arizona Cardinals - Tyree Wilson, DE, Texas Tech Red Raiders:

The arrow is pointing way up for Tyree Wilson. Wilson is an athletic freak, poised to go inside the top ten.

9) Green Bay Packers - Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU Horned Frogs:

The Packers need to add playmakers in the worst way possible. Quentin Johnston fits the mold of players they like.

10) Las Vegas Raiders - Cam Smith, CB, South Carolina Gamecocks:

The Raiders need everything on defense. Cam Smith brings much-needed aggression to their secondary.

11) Houston Texans (from Cleveland) - Jordan Addison, WR, USC Trojans:

Now that the Houston Texans have their future QB, they need to surround him with weapons.

12) Jacksonville Jaguars - Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia Bulldogs:

Kelee Ringo is a dynamic talent in the CB position. Ringo would pair well with former Georgia Bulldog Tyson Campbell.

13) Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams) - Isaiah Foskey, DE, Notre Dame Fighting Irish:

The Lions could use a running mate for Aidan Hutchinson. Foskey would make an ideal complement.

14) Indianapolis Colts - Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida Gators:

The Colts need a long-term answer at the QB position. Richardson will take time to develop, but there is an obvious talent.

15) Atlanta Falcons - Bryan Bresee, DT, Clemson Tigers:

The Falcons need everything on defense. Bryan Breese would help with both pass and run defenses.

16) Seattle Seahawks - Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon Ducks:

Christian Gonzalez is flying up draft boards late in the season. The former Colorado transfer appears a lock for the 1st round and could potentially be a top-ten selection.

17) Los Angeles Chargers - Gervon Dexter Sr., DT, Florida Gators:

The Chargers need to get tougher up front. Gervon Dexter would go a long way in changing things in Los Angeles.

18) New England Patriots - Jaxson Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State Buckeyes:

The Patriots have poured resources into the WR position and still don't have it figured out. A dynamic talent like Smith-Njigba is only available this late due to an injury-plagued season.

19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State Nittany Lions:

Joey Porter Jr. will win over many front offices during the NFL Draft process. Porter Jr. is a fast riser at the moment.

20) Washington Commanders - Trenton Simpson, LB, Clemson Tigers:

We know how Ron Rivera loves his every-down backers. Trenton Simpson can play sideline-to-sideline better than any LB in the 2022 NFL Draft.

21) Baltimore Ravens - Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas Longhorns:

Can you imagine trying to stop the Ravens' rushing attack with Lamar Jackson and Bijan Robinson? A scary thought.

22) New York Jets - Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame Fighting Irish:

Michael Mayers is a top-ten talent in the 2022 NFL Draft. How teams prioritize the TE position will be a fascinating topic of conversation.

23) Cincinnati Bengals - Jaelyn Duncan, OT, Maryland Terrapins:

The Bengals continue to build their offensive line to protect the franchise, Joe Burrow.

24) New York Giants - Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU Tigers:

The New York Giants need to add as many weapons to their stagnant offense as possible.

25) Denver Broncos (from Miami) - Jared Verse, DE, Florida State Seminoles:

The Denver Broncos traded Bradley Chubb at the NFL deadline. Jared Verse would make for an intriguing replacement.

26) Tennessee Titans - Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee Volunteers:

Jalin Hyatt provides explosive plays in the passing game, something the Tennessee Titans lacked in 2022.

27) Dallas Cowboys - Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia Bulldogs:

Broderick Jones would be a steal if he makes it here this late in the draft to the Dallas Cowboys.

28) Buffalo Bills - Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse Orange:

The Buffalo Bills do not appear satisfied with their running game. They find a dynamic talent in their backyard.

29) Minnesota Vikings - Hendon Hooker, QB, Tennessee Volunteers:

This projection may shock readers, but the Vikings need to think long-term about the QB position. If the answer is not Kirk Cousins, what is the plan?

30) Kansas City Chiefs - Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Alabama Crimson Tide:

We know the Chiefs haven't been happy with their running game for quite some time. Jahmyr Gibbs offers the type of versatility that would appeal to Andy Reid.

31) Philadelphia Eagles - Eli Ricks, CB, Alabama Crimson Tide:

If the Philadelphia Eagles lose James Bradberry after one season, they need to address the CB position in the worst way.

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Edited by Mudeet Arora