The 88th annual NFL Draft was held in Kansas City in 2023. The draft began with the Carolina Panthers selecting quarterback Young, but due to subsequent trades, the draft landscape shifted. Notable players chosen in this year's draft included Georgia's Jalen, Alabama's Will Anderson Jr, Illinois's Devon, Texas Tech's Tyree, and Ohio State's Jaxon Smith. To access a comprehensive analysis of the NFL Draft 2023, NFLBITE provides an excellent resource for obtaining more information and staying updated.
The NFL Draft 2023 took place from Thursday, April 27, until Saturday, April 29, 2023. Round 1 commenced at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday, April 27. Rounds 2-3 followed at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, April 28. Rounds 4-7 occurred on Saturday, April 29, starting at 12:00 ET.
The order of the NFL Draft is determined based on the reverse order of the previous season's ending standings. Unless there have been trades, each round begins with the team that had the worst record at the end of the regular season and concludes with the Super Bowl winners. Non-playoff teams are granted draft slots one through twenty. These selections are made after the conclusion of the final seventh round.