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The Offensive All-2023 NFL Draft Team Features Bryce Young, Bijan Robinson, and Quentin Johnston

The 2022 college football season has concluded, and it is now that time of the year when everyone drops their All-American team lists. Since we are a scouting and NFL Draft-focused entity, I am presenting the first annual Football Scout 365 All-NFL Draft team.

The all-NFL Draft team will consist of 2023 NFL Draft-eligible players from both the offensive and defensive sides of the football.


Every 2023 All-NFL Draft first-team prospect will be a player we graded as an Instant Impact Player.


What is an Instant Impact Player?

An Instant Impact Player grade indicates a prospect's projected ceiling once the NFL player has entered the NFL and has become an established commodity. The standard is to give a player a two to three-year window to reach their ceiling; some will achieve it much quicker, and some will show signs of their ceiling in years one and two before taking full flight.


Instant Impact Player Examples

Some examples are Josh Allen, who took a few years to develop with the Buffalo Bills. We had Allen as a Developmental prospect entering the NFL with an Instant Impact Ceiling. Tua Tagovailoa is another example in 2022 with the Dolphins. Tua finally hit his stride after we graded him equally to Joe Burrow before the 2020 NFL Draft. Tua was on his way to becoming a bust, but after being paired with the right coach and elite WR's, Tua is achieving his expected pre-draft potential.

You can learn more about our player grades and the metrics used to measure each prospect we grade. Click here to learn more.

2023 All-NFL Draft Team Offense


The Quarterbacks

(QB1) Bryce Young, QB Alabama (Top 10 Projection)

Big Board Final Analysis

Bryce Young is a solid athlete with a better-than-average arm. He wins with his decision-making and his ability to work through his progressions. Based on our assumptions that Bryce Young will likely declare for the 2023 NFL Draft after one more year of seasoning, he already has shown enough on his tape to have been considered the top QB in this past draft ahead of Kenny Pickett, Malik Willis, and Desmond Ridder.

(QB2) C.J. Stroud, QB Ohio State (Top 10 Projection)

(QB3) Will Levis, QB Kentucky (Top 15 Projection)


The Running Backs

(RB1) Bijan Robinson, RB Texas (Top 20 Projection)

If our bar at the college level is Saquon Barkley, Bijan checks many of the same boxes as Barkley. Bijan is less fluid an athlete than Barkley, but he can make a defender miss in a small area or run behind his pads to turn a small gain into an explosive play (arm tacklers need not apply). Bijan is a do-it-all back who excels as a pass catcher in and out of the backfield.

(RB2) Blake Corum, RB Michigan (2nd-5th Round Projection)

(RB3) Zach Charbonnet, RB UCLA (2nd-5th Round Projection)


The Wide Receivers

(WR1) Quentin Johnston, WR TCU (Top 15 Projection)

At 6-4 212lbs, Johnston is a unique prospect compared to the other top WR's we have evaluated. Johnston is a lengthy player who has natural outside X WR ability. Johnston combines his length with speed and quick twitch ability that he uses to stack defenders over the top for explosive gains. He is not just a deep field threat; he can attack a defense at all three levels, defeating coverage with his elite-level short area quickness.


(WR2) Jordan Addison, WR USC (Top 20 Projection)

(WR3) Jalin Hyatt, WR Tennessee (Pick 20-32 Projection)

(WR4) Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR Ohio State (Top 20-32 Projection)


The Tight Ends

(TE1) Michael Mayer, TE Notre Dame (Top 20 Projection)


(TE2) Dalton Kincaid, TE Utah (2nd-4th Round Projection)

The Offensive Line

(OT1) Peter Skoronski, OT Northwestern (Top 15 Projection)

His quickness is what stands out. He gets into his pass sets fast. He did struggle to match speed and length with Michigan Edge David Ojabo in 2021. Length is a concern for Skoronski and might affect his draft stock if NFL teams consider him an IOL instead of an OT prospect. So far in 2022, he is the highest-graded OT in pass protection and the third-highest OT overall, according to PFF, through 7 weeks.


(OT2) Broderick Jones, OT Georgia (Top 20 Projection)

(IOL1) O'Cyrus Torrence, OG Florida (Late 1st, Early 2nd Projection)

(IOL2) Cooper Beebe, OG Kansas State (Early 2nd Projection)

(OC1) Olusegun Oluwatimi, OC Michigan (Late 1st, early 2nd Projection)

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