2023 Full first-round NFL Mock Draft: Raiders stay put at No. 7 overall

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LUBBOCK, TEXAS – SEPTEMBER 26: Defensive lineman Tyree Wilson #19 of the Texas Tech Red Raiders gestures before the college football game against the Texas Longhorns on September 26, 2020, at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas. (Photo by John E. Moore III/Getty Images) /

2023 Full first-round NFL Mock Draft: Raiders stay put at No. 7 overall

player. 44. . Edge. Atlanta Falcons. Tyree Wilson. 8

The Atlanta Falcons hold the No. 8 overall pick in 2023, and after adding Desmond Ridder in last year’s draft, they likely won’t be in on a quarterback. One area where they should be in, however, is upfront along the defensive line, and Tyree Wilson from Texas Tech is one of the premier edge rushers in this draft class.

. Quarterback. Carolina Panthers. Will Levis. 9. player. 87

The NFC South will have back-to-back picks in the top 10, and after the Falcons add to their defense, Carolina brings in a player they hope will be their franchise quarterback for a long time. Kentucky’s Will Levis is one of the core-3 signal-callers in this draft class, and under Frank Reich, he would land in Carolina with a great chance to succeed at the position.

54. . Cornerback. Philadelphia Eagles. Joey Porter Jr.. 10. player

Incredibly, the Philadelphia Eagles are not only playing in the Super Bowl, but they also hold a top-10 pick, as the rich get richer here. Joey Porter Jr. is a cornerback who fills a big void on this Philadelphia defense and by getting him at No. 10 overall, he could end up being the biggest steal of the top 10.