Jahmyr Gibbs’ top 5 potential destinations in the 2023 NFL Draft

Jahmyr Gibbs established himself as one of the most versatile running backs in Alabama Crimson Tide football history despite spending just one season in Tuscaloosa. Gibbs led the offense in receptions in addition to being the Tide’s top rusher on the ground in 2022.

The NFL game has evolved in recent years to emphasize more RPO tactics and swift ball removal from the quarterback’s hands. The idea is to put the ball in space and let athletes handle their business, and Gibbs does just that.

Because of his excellent hands and elusiveness in the open field, he is a fantastic safety valve for a quarterback under duress. Teams know everything they need to know about his football expertise from his ability to pick up the Alabama offensive plan in just one year.

Nowadays, it’s relatively uncommon for running backs to be taken in the first round of the NFL draft, but Gibbs has consistently been pegged as a first-round running back in mock selections. The top five spots in the draft where Gibbs could go are listed below.

It’s time for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to start their reconstruction after Leonard Fournette was released and Tom Brady announced his retirement. With quarterback Baker Mayfield’s one-year contract and the Bucs’ strong defense, they’ll want to provide him with quick offensive support.

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