2023 NFL mock draft: Updated 1st-round projections after Super Bowl LVII

Super Bowl LVII is officially in the books, and with it goes the 2022 NFL season.

After an instant classic from the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs

, all 32 teams head into the offseason hoping to replace both teams in next year’s big game.

Now that all 31 of this year’s first-round draft slots are locked in,

here’s an updated look at how those picks could play out when late-April rolls around:

1. Chicago Bears Alabama EDGE Will Anderson 2. Houston Texans Alabama QB Bryce Young

3. Arizona Cardinals Georgia DL Jalen Carter 4. Indianapolis Colts Ohio State QB C.J. Stroud

5. Seattle Seahawks (from DEN) Texas Tech EDGE Tyree Wilson 6. Detroit Lions (from LAR) Illinois CB Devon Witherspoon

7. Las Vegas Raiders Florida QB Anthony Richardson 8. Atlanta Falcons Georgia Tech EDGE/DL Keion White

9. Carolina Panthers Kentucky QB Will Levis 10. Philadelphia Eagles (from NO) Oregon CB Christian Gonzalez

11. Tennessee Titans Ohio State OT Paris Johnson Jr. 12. Houston Texans (from CLE) Clemson EDGE Myles Murphy

13. New York Jets Northwestern OT Peter Skoronski 14. New England Patriots TCU WR Quentin Johnston

15. Green Bay Packers Iowa DL/EDGE Lukas Van Ness 16. Washington Commanders Penn State CB Joey Porter Jr.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers Georgia OT Broderick Jones 18. Detroit Lions Texas RB Bijan Robinson

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Alabama DB Brian Branch 20. Seattle Seahawks Notre Dame TE Michael Mayer

21. Los Angeles Chargers USC WR Jordan Addison 22. Baltimore Ravens Tennessee WR Jalin Hyatt

23. Minnesota Vikings Mississippi State CB Emmanuel Forbes 24. Jacksonville Jaguars Ohio State OT Dawand Jones

25. New York Giants Ohio State WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba 26. Dallas Cowboys South Carolina CB Cam Smith

27. Buffalo Bills Boston College WR Zay Flowers 28. Cincinnati Bengals Georgia CB Kelee Ringo

29. New Orleans Saints (from SF via MIA, DEN) Florida OL O'Cyrus Torrence 30. Philadelphia Eagles Alabama RB Jahmyr Gibbs

31. Kansas City Chiefs Tennessee OT Darnell Wright