Rob Rang, an NFL draft analyst, has released his personal ranking of the top 100 prospects available in the 2023 NFL Draft. The Big Board is not a mock draft and no attention is paid to team needs. Instead, Rang focuses on personal rankings based on his scouting experience.
Bryce Young, QB from Alabama, ranked first on Rang’s list. Despite durability concerns due to his frame, Young’s consistently brilliant tape has made him a future NFL star. C.J. Stroud, QB from Ohio State, ranked second due to his improved mobility and moxie showcased in his Buckeye finale.
Rang’s list is not solely focused on quarterbacks, as he also ranks players across multiple positions. Alabama’s Will Anderson Jr. ranks third, known for his staggering production with 58.5 tackles for loss and 34.5 sacks in 41 career games. Tyree Wilson, DE from Texas Tech, is ranked fourth and is predicted to be the first defensive player selected in the top 10 of the NFL draft in his team’s history.
Rang’s list features projections for the 2023 NFL Draft, which is still two years away. However, his personal rankings are based on his scouting experience for the past 20 years. It is important to note that this is not a mock draft and is meant to provide an insight into the top prospects available based on their talent and potential future success in the NFL.