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SNS Draft Analysis - Day Two


2023 DRAFT - SECOND ROUND


32. Pittsburgh

Joey Porter / CB

Penn State


Well, this was predictable. Porter has ideal size and length and relishes contact. And oh yeah, he is Steeler royalty. This pick addresses a serious need in Pittsburgh.


33. Tennessee (from Arizona thru Houston)

Will Levis / QB

Kentucky


Tennessee has apparently given up on Malik Willis. Levis has great arm strength and a quick release. He’s a definite upgrade and gives the Titans a replacement for Tannehill.


34. Detroit (from Arizona)

Sam LaPorta / TE

Iowa


The Lions pick another Hawkeye. LaPorta has good size, blocking ability, and soft hands. Addresses a need in the Motor City.


35. Las Vegas (from Indianapolis)

Michael Mayer / TE

Notre Dame


SNS’ #1 ranked TE finally goes off the board. He’s solid as a blocker and has reliable hands. Good pick.


36. LA Rams

Steve Avila / IOL

TCU


One of the reasons the Rams struggled last year was because the quality of the offensive line play declined. Avila is big, strong, and powerful and can play any IOL position.


37. Seattle (from Denver)

Derick Hall / Edge

Auburn


Hall is very strong and excels in run defense.


38. Atlanta (from Indianapolis thru Las Vegas)

Matthew Bergeron / OT

Syracuse


Atlanta has plenty of depth at OT and will slide inside in Atlanta and provide a young prospect to develop.


39. Carolina

Jonathan Mingo / WR

Mississippi


Mingo has good size, strength, and YAC ability but has trouble getting separation against man coverage. This pick is a stretch at this point of the draft.


40. New Orleans

Isaiah Foskey / Edge

Notre Dame


Foskey is possibly the strongest Edge in this draft. He’s big, strong, and smart. Recorded double digit sacks the last two years in South Bend.


41. Arizona (from Tennessee thru Houston)

BJ Ojulari / Edge

LSU


Ojulari has good length, excellent bend, and good closing burst. He’s a very similar prospect to his brother Azeez (Giants).


42. Green Bay (from NY Jets thru Cleveland)

Luke Musgrave / TE

Oregon State


The TE run continues…and Darnell Washington continues to fall down the board.


43. NY Jets

Joe Tippmann / IOL

Wisconsin


Huge center with an injury history. Very talented and Badgers know how to develop their OL.


44. Indianapolis (from Atlanta)

Julius Brents / CB

Kansas State


The Colts invest in the long and tall CB who excels in press coverage.


45. Detroit (from Green Bay)

Brian Branch / S

Alabama


Branch is a quality safety who excels in slot coverage. He’s smart and instinctive and addresses a huge need.


46. New England

Keion White / Edge

Georgia Tech


White, a former TE at Old Dominion is raw but talented. He offers great size and a powerful bull rush.


47. Washington

Jartavius Martin / S

Illinois


Martin is an excellent slot coverage safety with great range and quick hips.


48. Tampa Bay (from Green Bay thru Detroit)

Cody Mauch / OT

North Dakota State


Tampa needs to improve the run game and by drafting Mauch they get a versatile and physical lineman.


49. Pittsburgh

Keeanu Benton / DT

Wisconsin


Benton has excellent quickness and the versatility to play up and down the line.


50. Green Bay (from Tampa Bay)

Jayden Reed / WR

Michigan State


The Packers select the quick and dangerous Spartan who doubles as an excellent punt returner.


51. Miami

Cam Smith / CB

South Carolina


Miami finally picks and they select the confident and quick Gamecock.


52. Seattle

Zach Charbonnet / RB

UCLA


You wouldn’t think that a team having Kenneth Walker wouldn’t take another RB that high. Charbonnet is strong, physical, and a great pass catcher.


53. Chicago (from Baltimore)

Gervon Dexter / DT

Florida


Dexter has tremendous talent but an inconsistent motor. He has great potential if coaches can get through to him.


54. LA Chargers

Tuli Tuipulotu / Edge-5T

USC


TT led the PAC 12, and FBS, in sacks. He’s a tough, hard-nosed defender.


55. KC (from Detroit thru Minnesota)

Rashee Rice / WR

SMU


Rice is very reliable and productive. He looks like Deebo Samuel after the catch.


56. Chicago (from Jacksonville)

Tyrique Stevenson / CB

Miami, Fl


Strong and long CB who excels in press coverage. Very physical and tough.


57. NY Giants

John Michael Schmitz / IOL

Minnesota


JMS was a candidate to be drafted by the Giants in round one and they get him in round 2.


58. Dallas

Luke Schoonmaker / TE

Michigan


Dallas needs to replace Dalton Schultz with a similar player in Schoonmaker, who is a quality blocker and a reliable receiver.


59. Buffalo

O’Cyrus Torrence / IOL

Florida

Torrence is huge and is a people mover in the trenches.


60. Cincinnati

DJ Turner / CB

Michigan


Turner ran a blazing 4.26 40 at the combine which really opened up some eyes. Turner figures to be a slot corner in the NFL.


61. Jacksonville (from Chicago thru SF & Carolina)

Brenton Strange / TE

Penn State


Strange is raw but has a good combination of size and athleticism to develop.


62. Houston (from Philadelphia)

Juice Scruggs / IOL

Penn State


Big center with a history of back issues. Physical, strong, and tough.


63. Denver (from Detroit thru Kansas City)

Marvin Mims / WR

Oklahoma


Denver trades up and picks the undersized but explosive WR who should work well out of the slot.


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64. Chicago

Zacch Pickens / DT

South Carolina


Bears continue with the re-tooling of the DL with the talented but raw Gamecock DT.


65. Philadelphia (from Houston)

Tyler Steen / OT

Alabama


Steen was announced as an OG but has the size and feet to play OLT.


66. Philadelphia (from Arizona)

Sydney Brown / S

Illinois


Brown is a ballhawk and fits a need in Philadelphia.


67. Denver (from Indianapolis)

Drew Sanders / LB

Arkansas


Quality LB who excels at blitzing. Recorded 9 sacks in 2022.


68. Detroit (from Denver)

Hendon Hooker / QB

Tennessee


Lions draft a QB to develop to succeed Goff. Hooker is coming off an ACL injury but is a great prospect.


69. Houston (from LA Rams)

Tank Dell / WR

Houston


Talented but undersized and extremely productive Cougar. He gets to stay at home for his NFL career.


70. Las Vegas

Byron Young / DL

Alabama


Young is versatile and fundamentally solid DT who can play DE, DT, or NT.


71. New Orleans

Kendre Miller / RB

TCU


Miller is well-rounded and provides the Saints with a young RB to learn under Kamara.


72. Arizona (from Houston thru Tennessee)

Garrett Williams / CB

Syracuse


Very fluid and quick with excellent instincts. Coming off an ACL injury that ended his season.


73. NY Giants (from LA Rams thru Houston & Cleveland)

Jalin Hyatt / WR

Tennessee


Giants have needed WR help for years. The reigning Biletnikoff Award winner is explosive and hard to cover one on one.


74. Cleveland (from NY Jets)

Cedric Tillman / WR

Tennessee


Browns make it two Vols in a row with the selection of Tillman. Tillman has great size and gives the Browns a big wideout with their first pick.


75. Atlanta

Zach Harrison / Edge

Ohio State


Very large man who holds the edge well in run support.


76. New England (from Carolina)

Marte Mapu / LB-S

Sacramento State


77. LA Rams (from New England thru Miami)

Byron Young / Edge

Tennessee


Young is quick and fast and has a high ceiling.


78. Green Bay

Tucker Kraft / TE

South Dakota State

Packers take their second TE in the Dallas Goedert clone.


79. Indianapolis (from Washington)

Josh Downs / WR

North Carolina


Downs is SNS’ #3 ranked WR. He’s quick, tough, and has soft hands. Great pick.


80. Carolina (from Pittsburgh)

DJ Johnson / Edge

Oregon


Johnson has great length and burst but disappears for long stretches of time.


81. Tennessee (from Arizona thru Detroit)

Tyjae Spears / RB

Tulane


Spears makes a good combination with Henry in Nashville. Spears has burst and great lateral agility.


82. Tampa Bay

YaYa Diaby / Edge

Louisville


83. Denver (from Seattle)

Riley Moss / CB

Denver


Moss could become the first white CB to get significant playing time in the NFL since Jason Sehorn retired two decades ago.


84. Miami

Devon Achane / RB

Texas A&M


Achane has legit world class track speed and adds more explosiveness to the Miami attack.


85. LA Chargers

Daiyan Henley / LB

Washington State


86. Baltimore

Trenton Simpson / LB

Clemson


The Ravens always seem to find talent where other people pass. Simpson is fast, rangy, and quick.


87. San Francisco (from Minnesota)

Ji’Ayir Brown / S

Penn State


49ers join the draft and take the instinctive ballhawk. Brown is the best safety in this class.


88. Jacksonville

Tank Bigsby / RB

Auburn


Excellent combo in Jacksonville – Etienne & Bigsby.


89. LA Rams (from NY Giants)

Kobie Turner / DT

Wake Forest


90. Dallas

DeMarvion Overshown / LB

Texas


Overshown is extremely fast, long, and rangy. His instincts are in need of development but his speed is impressive.


91. Buffalo

Dorian Williams / LB

Tulane


Very fast and rangy off the ball LB.


92. Kansas City (from Cincinnati)

Wanya Morris / OT

Oklahoma


93. Pittsburgh (from Carolina thru San Francisco)

Darnell Washington / TE

Georgia


Washington’s fall finally stops. Washington is an excellent blocker. Great value pick for the Steelers.


94. Arizona (from Philadelphia)

Michael Wilson / WR

Stanford


Wilson looks the part and has excellent speed. Unfortunately, his hands are inconsistent and he spends a lot of time on the injured list.


95. Cincinnati (from Kansas City)

Jordan Battle / S

Alabama


Battle starts from day one in Cincinnati.


96. Detroit (from Arizona)

Brodric Martin / DT

Western Kentucky


97. Washington

Ricky Stromberg / IOL

Arkansas


98. Cleveland

Siaki Ika / DT

Baylor


Ika is a powerful run stuffing DT who has surprisingly light feet.


99. San Francisco

Jake Moody / K

Michigan


The best kicker in this draft goes to San Francisco. Robbie Gould, you’ve been placed on notice.


100. Las Vegas

Tre Tucker / WR

Cincinnati


101. San Francisco

Cameron Latu / TE

Alabama


102. Minnesota (from San Francisco)

Mekhi Blackmon / CB

USC



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