The 2023 NFL draught will start in Chicago in more than three weeks from now. As they do every year, the Alabama Crimson Tide will likely have many players chosen.
Since the draught is coming soon, mock draughts fly off the shelves every minute. After the first round of NFL free agency, our friends at Draft Wire put out a new three-round mock draught on Monday.
This mock draught predicted that eight former Alabama football stars would be taken in the first round. The biggest surprise is the Indianapolis Colts took that star quarterback Bryce Young with the fourth pick.
Let’s look at where each former Crimson Tide player will be picked.
No. 3 | Will Anderson Jr. | Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals immediately upgrade their pass rush and their overall defense with the addition of Will Anderson.
No. 4 | Bryce Young | Indianapolis Colts
The Colts get perhaps the next superstar quarterback in the NFL with the fourth overall selection.
No. 32 | Brian Branch | Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pittsburgh Steelers add to an already lethal secondary that features Minkah Fitzpatrick with the selection of Brian Branch.
No. 40 | Jahmyr Gibbs | New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints get Alvin Kamara 2.0 with the selection of the electrifying Jahmyr Gibbs.
No. 70 | Eli Ricks | Las Vegas Raiders
With the selection of Eli Ricks, the Las Vegas Raiders get a corner who has first-round ability if coached and developed properly.
No. 86 | Jordan Battle | Baltimore Ravens
Jordan Battle would join former Alabama stars Jayln Armour-Davis and Marlon Humphrey in the backend of the Baltimore Ravens defense.
No. 97 | Tyler Steen | Washington Commanders
The Washington Commanders are still searching for their quarterback of the future but there is always room to add a quality offensive lineman like Tyler Steen.
No. 98 | Henry To’oTo’o | Cleveland Browns
The Cleveland Browns add a smart and instinctive player to the linebacker room with the selection of Henry To’oTo’o.
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How much are NFL draft tickets in 2023?
Fans can attend all three days of the 2023 NFL Draught for free. For entry, fans have to download the NFL’s OnePass app for more information as the draught approaches.
Which NFL teams have the most draft picks in 2023?
Which team has the most picks in the 2023 NFL Draught? The Houston Texans have 12 picks in the 2023 NFL Draught, leading the league prior to the announcement of compensatory picks.
What NFL teams don t have first round picks 2023?
As it stands a month out from the 2023 NFL draught, five teams are set to skip the first round, all having traded away their top selections. That means the Los Angeles Rams, Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos, Cleveland Browns, and San Francisco 49ers need to nail their picks on Day 2.
How rare is it to get drafted in the NFL?
There are 1,093,234 high school football players in the United States, and 6.5% of those high school players (or 71,060) will play in college. The drop off from college to the pros is even more dramatic: only 1.2% of college-level players will get drafted to the NFL.