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2023 NFL Mock Draft 6.0: QBs, Edge Rushers Dominate Top 10

SI’s Gilberto Manzano has five signal-callers going in his first round, and a running back comes off the board in the first 14 picks.

It’s mock draft season, which also means it’s guessing season.

The 2023 NFL draft might be one of the most intriguing drafts in recent memory because two, or maybe three, quarterbacks are in the running of being the No. 1 pick come April 27 in Kansas City. Beyond the quarterbacks, there are plenty of unknowns at various positions, and that might force teams to prioritize scheme fits over physical traits.

With free agency behind us, and with the help of scouting reports from the draft experts, here’s my best guess at how the first-round of the draft will play out.

Separate photos of C.J. Stroud and Bryce Young during college games.

Stroud and Young will likely be the top two picks in the NFL draft. The question: Who goes No. 1?

(Note: There are only 31 selections, because the Dolphins were stripped of their first-round pick for tampering with Tom Brady and Sean Payton.)

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