• Bryce Young and Will Levis go Nos. 1 and 2: The Colts trade up to the top spot to select Young, while the Texans draft Levis to pair with Quentin Johnston at No. 12.
• Bears trade back, land Will Anderson Jr.: Chicago is set to acquire an elite defender in the draft,
and they do so here with Anderson, who racked up 207 pressures in three seasons at Alabama.
• Vikings pair Jordan Addison with Justin Jefferson: Minnesota forms a scary wide receiver duo by drafting USC's Addison with the No. 23 overall pick.
With Super Bowl 57 now over, the first-round order of the 2023 NFL Draft is settled … for now.
The willingness to wheel and deal top draft choices has increased massively in recent years, and for the first time since 2016, it looks likely that the No. 1 overall pick will be on the move.
1. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (VIA BEARS, MOCK TRADE): QB BRYCE YOUNG, ALABAMA
2. HOUSTON TEXANS: QB WILL LEVIS, KENTUCKY
3. ARIZONA CARDINALS: DT JALEN CARTER, GEORGIA
4. CHICAGO BEARS (VIA COLTS, MOCK TRADE): EDGE WILL ANDERSON JR., ALABAMA
5. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (VIA BRONCOS): EDGE TYREE WILSON, TEXAS TECH
6. DETROIT LIONS (VIA RAMS): CB DEVON WITHERSPOON, ILLINOIS
7. LAS VEGAS RAIDERS: OT PARIS JOHNSON JR., OHIO STATE
8. ATLANTA FALCONS: OT PETER SKORONSKI, NORTHWESTERN
9. CAROLINA PANTHERS: QB C.J. STROUD, OHIO STATE
10. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (VIA SAINTS): CB CHRISTIAN GONZALEZ, OREGON