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2023 NFL draft

2023 NFL draft
General information
Date(s)April 27–29, 2023
LocationUnion Station
Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.
Network(s)ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, NFL Network, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Radio
Overview
259 total selections in 7 rounds
LeagueNational Football League
First selectionBryce Young, QB, Carolina Panthers
Mr. IrrelevantDesjuan Johnson, DE, Los Angeles Rams
Most selections (14)Los Angeles Rams
Fewest selections (4)Miami Dolphins
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The 2023 NFL draft was the 88th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2023 season. The draft was held outside of Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri, from April 27–29, 2023.

The Chicago Bears originally owned the first pick for the first time since 1947 before trading it to the Carolina Panthers, prior to the draft, for multiple draft picks and wide receiver D. J. Moore. The Panthers selected Alabama quarterback Bryce Young with the first pick and the Los Angeles Rams selected Desjuan Johnson with the final pick. Also, for the second year in a row, the Miami Dolphins held the fewest picks in the draft with four.

Host city and events

Kansas City was chosen as the host city on May 22, 2019.[1] Prior to the start of the draft, the NFL paid tribute to the three victims of the 2022 University of Virginia shooting, who were named honorary draft picks for their favorite teams, the Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, and Miami Dolphins, respectively.[2]

Player selections

The following is the breakdown of the 259 players selected by position:

* compensatory selection
^ supplemental compensatory selection
× 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection
Pro Bowler[N 1]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard[a] K Kicker[b] KR Kickoff returner LB Linebacker
LS Long snapper MLB Middle linebacker[c] OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
OLB Outside linebacker NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner
QB Quarterback RS Return specialist RB Running back S Safety
SS Strong safety TE Tight end WR Wide receiver
  1. ^ Also known as offensive guard (OG)
  2. ^ Also known as placekicker (PK)
  3. ^ Also known as inside linebacker (ILB)
Rnd. Pick No. NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Carolina Panthers Bryce Young  QB Alabama SEC
from Chicago[R1 - 1]
1 2 Houston Texans C. J. Stroud  QB Ohio State Big Ten
1 3 Houston Texans Will Anderson Jr.  LB Alabama SEC
from Arizona[R1 - 2]
1 4 Indianapolis Colts Anthony Richardson  QB Florida SEC
1 5 Seattle Seahawks Devon Witherspoon  CB Illinois Big Ten
from Denver[R1 - 3]
1 6 Arizona Cardinals Paris Johnson Jr.  OT Ohio State Big Ten
from LA Rams via Detroit[R1 - 4]
1 7 Las Vegas Raiders Tyree Wilson  DE Texas Tech Big 12
1 8 Atlanta Falcons Bijan Robinson  RB Texas Big 12
1 9 Philadelphia Eagles Jalen Carter  DT Georgia SEC
from Carolina via Chicago[R1 - 5]
1 10 Chicago Bears Darnell Wright  OT Tennessee SEC
from New Orleans via Philadelphia[R1 - 6]
1 11 Tennessee Titans Peter Skoronski  OT Northwestern Big Ten
1 12 Detroit Lions Jahmyr Gibbs  RB Alabama SEC
from Cleveland via Houston and Arizona[R1 - 7]
1 13 Green Bay Packers Lukas Van Ness  DE Iowa Big Ten
from NY Jets[R1 - 8]
1 14 Pittsburgh Steelers Broderick Jones  OT Georgia SEC
from New England[R1 - 9]
1 15 New York Jets Will McDonald IV  DE Iowa State Big 12
from Green Bay[R1 - 10]
1 16 Washington Commanders Emmanuel Forbes  CB Mississippi State SEC
1 17 New England Patriots Christian Gonzalez  CB Oregon Pac-12
from Pittsburgh[R1 - 11]
1 18 Detroit Lions Jack Campbell  LB Iowa Big Ten
1 19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Calijah Kancey  DT Pittsburgh ACC
1 20 Seattle Seahawks Jaxon Smith-Njigba  WR Ohio State Big Ten
1 20.5 Miami Dolphins Selection forfeited[Forfeit 1]
1 21 Los Angeles Chargers Quentin Johnston  WR TCU Big 12
1 22 Baltimore Ravens Zay Flowers  WR Boston College ACC
1 23 Minnesota Vikings Jordan Addison  WR USC Pac-12
1 24 New York Giants Deonte Banks  CB Maryland Big Ten
from Jacksonville[R1 - 12]
1 25 Buffalo Bills Dalton Kincaid  TE Utah Pac-12
from NY Giants via Jacksonville[R1 - 13]
1 26 Dallas Cowboys Mazi Smith  DT Michigan Big Ten
1 27 Jacksonville Jaguars Anton Harrison  OT Oklahoma Big 12
from Buffalo[R1 - 14]
1 28 Cincinnati Bengals Myles Murphy  DE Clemson ACC
1 29 New Orleans Saints Bryan Bresee  DT Clemson ACC
from San Francisco via Miami and Denver[R1 - 15]
1 30 Philadelphia Eagles Nolan Smith  LB Georgia SEC
1 31 Kansas City Chiefs Felix Anudike-Uzomah  DE Kansas State Big 12
2 32 Pittsburgh Steelers Joey Porter Jr.  CB Penn State Big Ten
from Chicago[R2 - 1]
2 33 Tennessee Titans Will Levis  QB Kentucky SEC
from Houston via Arizona[R2 - 2]
2 34 Detroit Lions Sam LaPorta  TE Iowa Big Ten
from Arizona[R2 - 3]
2 35 Las Vegas Raiders Michael Mayer  TE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
from Indianapolis[R2 - 4]
2 36 Los Angeles Rams Steve Avila  OG TCU Big 12
2 37 Seattle Seahawks Derick Hall  OLB Auburn SEC
from Denver[R2 - 5]
2 38 Atlanta Falcons Matthew Bergeron  OG Syracuse ACC
from Las Vegas via Indianapolis[R2 - 6]
2 39 Carolina Panthers Jonathan Mingo  WR Ole Miss SEC
2 40 New Orleans Saints Isaiah Foskey  DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
2 41 Arizona Cardinals BJ Ojulari  LB LSU SEC
from Tennessee[R2 - 7]
2 42 Green Bay Packers Luke Musgrave  TE Oregon State Pac-12
from Cleveland via NY Jets[R2 - 8]
2 43 New York Jets Joe Tippmann  C Wisconsin Big Ten
2 44 Indianapolis Colts JuJu Brents  CB Kansas State Big 12
from Atlanta[R2 - 9]
2 45 Detroit Lions Brian Branch  S Alabama SEC
from Green Bay[R2 - 10]
2 46 New England Patriots Keion White  DE Georgia Tech ACC
2 47 Washington Commanders Quan Martin  S Illinois Big Ten
2 48 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cody Mauch  OG North Dakota State MVFC
from Detroit via Green Bay[R2 - 11]
2 49 Pittsburgh Steelers Keeanu Benton  NT Wisconsin Big Ten
2 50 Green Bay Packers Jayden Reed  WR Michigan State Big Ten
from Tampa Bay[R2 - 12]
2 51 Miami Dolphins Cam Smith  CB South Carolina SEC
2 52 Seattle Seahawks Zach Charbonnet  RB UCLA Pac-12
2 53 Chicago Bears Gervon Dexter  DT Florida SEC
from Baltimore[R2 - 13]
2 54 Los Angeles Chargers Tuli Tuipulotu  OLB USC Pac-12
2 55 Kansas City Chiefs Rashee Rice  WR SMU The American
from Minnesota via Detroit[R2 - 14]
2 56 Chicago Bears Tyrique Stevenson  CB Miami (FL) ACC
from Jacksonville[R2 - 15]
2 57 New York Giants John Michael Schmitz  C Minnesota Big Ten
2 58 Dallas Cowboys Luke Schoonmaker  TE Michigan Big Ten
2 59 Buffalo Bills O'Cyrus Torrence  OG Florida SEC
2 60 Cincinnati Bengals D. J. Turner  CB Michigan Big Ten
2 61 Jacksonville Jaguars Brenton Strange  TE Penn State Big Ten
from San Francisco via Carolina and Chicago[R2 - 16]
2 62 Houston Texans Juice Scruggs  C Penn State Big Ten
from Philadelphia[R2 - 17]
2 63 Denver Broncos Marvin Mims  WR Oklahoma Big 12
from Kansas City via Detroit[R2 - 18]
3 64 Chicago Bears Zacch Pickens  DT South Carolina SEC
3 65 Philadelphia Eagles Tyler Steen  OT Alabama SEC
from Houston[R3 - 1]
3 66 Philadelphia Eagles Sydney Brown  S Illinois Big Ten
from Arizona[R3 - 2]
3 67 Denver Broncos Drew Sanders  LB Arkansas SEC
from Indianapolis[R3 - 3]
3 68 Detroit Lions Hendon Hooker  QB Tennessee SEC
from Denver[R3 - 4]
3 69 Houston Texans Tank Dell  WR Houston The American
from LA Rams[R3 - 5]
3 70 Las Vegas Raiders Byron Young  DT Alabama SEC
3 71 New Orleans Saints Kendre Miller  RB TCU Big 12
3 72 Arizona Cardinals Garrett Williams  CB Syracuse ACC
from Tennessee[R3 - 6]
3 73 New York Giants Jalin Hyatt  WR Tennessee SEC
from Cleveland via Houston and LA Rams[R3 - 7]
3 74 Cleveland Browns Cedric Tillman  WR Tennessee SEC
from NY Jets[R3 - 8]
3 75 Atlanta Falcons Zach Harrison  DE Ohio State Big Ten
3 76 New England Patriots Marte Mapu  LB Sacramento State Big Sky
from Carolina[R3 - 9]
3 77 Los Angeles Rams Byron Young  DE Tennessee SEC
from New England via Miami[R3 - 10]
3 78 Green Bay Packers Tucker Kraft  TE South Dakota State MVFC
3 79 Indianapolis Colts Josh Downs  WR North Carolina ACC
from Washington[R3 - 11]
3 80 Carolina Panthers D. J. Johnson  OLB Oregon Pac-12
from Pittsburgh[R3 - 12]
3 81 Tennessee Titans Tyjae Spears  RB Tulane The American
from Detroit via Arizona[R3 - 13]
3 82 Tampa Bay Buccaneers YaYa Diaby  DE Louisville ACC
3 83 Denver Broncos Riley Moss  CB Iowa Big Ten
from Seattle[R3 - 14]
3 84 Miami Dolphins De'Von Achane  RB Texas A&M SEC
3 85 Los Angeles Chargers Daiyan Henley  ILB Washington State Pac-12
3 86 Baltimore Ravens Trenton Simpson  ILB Clemson ACC
3 87 San Francisco 49ers Ji'Ayir Brown  S Penn State Big Ten
from Minnesota[R3 - 15]
3 88 Jacksonville Jaguars Tank Bigsby  RB Auburn SEC
3 89 Los Angeles Rams Kobie Turner  DT Wake Forest ACC
from NY Giants[R3 - 16]
3 90 Dallas Cowboys DeMarvion Overshown  LB Texas Big 12
3 91 Buffalo Bills Dorian Williams  LB Tulane The American
3 92 Kansas City Chiefs Wanya Morris  OT Oklahoma Big 12
from Cincinnati[R3 - 17]
3 93 Pittsburgh Steelers Darnell Washington  TE Georgia SEC
from San Francisco via Carolina[R3 - 18]
3 94 Arizona Cardinals Michael Wilson  WR Stanford Pac-12
from Philadelphia[R3 - 19]
3 95 Cincinnati Bengals Jordan Battle  S Alabama SEC
from Kansas City[R3 - 20]
3* 96 Detroit Lions Brodric Martin  DT Western Kentucky C-USA
from Arizona[R3 - 21]
3* 97 Washington Commanders Ricky Stromberg  C Arkansas SEC
98 Cleveland Browns Siaki Ika  DT Baylor Big 12
99 San Francisco 49ers Jake Moody  K Michigan Big Ten
2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[b]
100 Las Vegas Raiders Tre Tucker  WR Cincinnati The American
2020 Resolution JC-2A selection;[c] from Kansas City via NY Giants[R3 - 22]
101 San Francisco 49ers Cameron Latu  TE Alabama SEC
2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[d]
102 Minnesota Vikings Mekhi Blackmon  CB USC Pac-12
2020 Resolution JC-2A selection;[e] from San Francisco[R3 - 23]
4 103 New Orleans Saints Nick Saldiveri  OT Old Dominion Sun Belt
from Chicago[R4 - 1]
4 104 Las Vegas Raiders Jakorian Bennett  CB Maryland Big Ten
from Houston[R4 - 2]
4 105 Philadelphia Eagles Kelee Ringo  CB Georgia SEC
from Arizona via Houston[R4 - 3]
4 106 Indianapolis Colts Blake Freeland  OT BYU Ind. (FBS)
4 107 New England Patriots Jake Andrews  C Troy Sun Belt
from LA Rams[R4 - 4]
4 108 Seattle Seahawks Anthony Bradford  OG LSU SEC
from Denver[R4 - 5]
4 109 Houston Texans Dylan Horton  DE TCU Big 12
from Las Vegas[R4 - 6]
4 110 Indianapolis Colts Adetomiwa Adebawore  DT Northwestern Big Ten
from Tennessee via Atlanta[R4 - 7]
4 111 Cleveland Browns Dawand Jones  OT Ohio State Big Ten
4 112 New England Patriots Chad Ryland  K Maryland Big Ten
from NY Jets[R4 - 8]
4 113 Atlanta Falcons Clark Phillips III  CB Utah Pac-12
4 114 Carolina Panthers Chandler Zavala  OG NC State ACC
4 115 Chicago Bears Roschon Johnson  RB Texas Big 12
from New Orleans[R4 - 9]
4 116 Green Bay Packers Colby Wooden  DT Auburn SEC
4 117 New England Patriots Sidy Sow  OG Eastern Michigan MAC
4 118 Washington Commanders Braeden Daniels  OT Utah Pac-12
4 119 Kansas City Chiefs Chamarri Conner  S Virginia Tech ACC
from Detroit via Minnesota[R4 - 10]
4 120 New York Jets Carter Warren  OT Pittsburgh ACC
from Pittsburgh via New England[R4 - 11]
4 121 Jacksonville Jaguars Ventrell Miller  ILB Florida SEC
from Tampa Bay[R4 - 12]
4 122 Arizona Cardinals Jon Gaines II  OG UCLA Pac-12
from Miami via Kansas City and Detroit[R4 - 13]
4 123 Seattle Seahawks Cameron Young  DT Mississippi State SEC
4 124 Baltimore Ravens Tavius Robinson  OLB Ole Miss SEC
4 125 Los Angeles Chargers Derius Davis  WR TCU Big 12
4 126 Cleveland Browns Isaiah McGuire  DE Missouri SEC
from Minnesota[R4 - 14]
4 127 New Orleans Saints Jake Haener  QB Fresno State MW
from Jacksonville[R4 - 15]
4 128 Los Angeles Rams Stetson Bennett  QB Georgia SEC
from NY Giants[R4 - 16]
4 129 Dallas Cowboys Viliami Fehoko  DE San Jose State MW
4 130 Jacksonville Jaguars Tyler Lacy  DE Oklahoma State Big 12
from Buffalo[R4 - 17]
4 131 Cincinnati Bengals Charlie Jones  WR Purdue Big Ten
4 132 Pittsburgh Steelers Nick Herbig  OLB Wisconsin Big Ten
from San Francisco via Carolina[R4 - 18]
4 133 Chicago Bears Tyler Scott  WR Cincinnati The American
from Philadelphia[R4 - 19]
4 134 Minnesota Vikings Jay Ward  S LSU SEC
from Kansas City[R4 - 20]
4* 135 Las Vegas Raiders Aidan O'Connell  QB Purdue Big Ten
from New England[R4 - 21]
5 136 Jacksonville Jaguars Yasir Abdullah  OLB Louisville ACC
from Chicago[R5 - 1]
5 136.5 Houston Texans Selection forfeited[Forfeit 2]
5 137 Washington Commanders KJ Henry  DE Clemson ACC
from Arizona via Buffalo[R5 - 2]
5 138 Indianapolis Colts Darius Rush  CB South Carolina SEC
5 139 Arizona Cardinals Clayton Tune  QB Houston The American
from Denver via Detroit[R5 - 3]
5 140 Cleveland Browns Dorian Thompson-Robinson  QB UCLA Pac-12
from LA Rams[R5 - 4]
5 141 Minnesota Vikings Jaquelin Roy  DT LSU SEC
from Las Vegas via Indianapolis[R5 - 5]
5 142 Cleveland Browns Cameron Mitchell  CB Northwestern Big Ten
5 143 New York Jets Israel Abanikanda  RB Pittsburgh ACC
5 144 New England Patriots Atonio Mafi  OG UCLA Pac-12
from Atlanta via Las Vegas[R5 - 6]
5 145 Carolina Panthers Jammie Robinson  S Florida State ACC
5 146 New Orleans Saints Jordan Howden  S Minnesota Big Ten
5 147 Tennessee Titans Josh Whyle  TE Cincinnati The American
5 148 Chicago Bears Noah Sewell  LB Oregon Pac-12
from New England via Baltimore[R5 - 7]
5 149 Green Bay Packers Sean Clifford  QB Penn State Big Ten
5 150 Buffalo Bills Justin Shorter  WR Florida SEC
from Washington[R5 - 8]
5 151 Seattle Seahawks Mike Morris  DE Michigan Big Ten
from Pittsburgh[R5 - 9]
5 152 Detroit Lions Colby Sorsdal  OT William & Mary CAA
5 153 Tampa Bay Buccaneers SirVocea Dennis  LB Pittsburgh ACC
5 154 Seattle Seahawks Olu Oluwatimi  C Michigan Big Ten
5 155 San Francisco 49ers Darrell Luter Jr.  CB South Alabama Sun Belt
from Miami[R5 - 10]
5 156 Los Angeles Chargers Jordan McFadden  OG Clemson ACC
5 157 Baltimore Ravens Kyu Blu Kelly  CB Stanford Pac-12
5 158 Indianapolis Colts Daniel Scott  S California Pac-12
from Minnesota[R5 - 11]
5 159 Green Bay Packers Dontayvion Wicks  WR Virginia ACC
from Jacksonville via Atlanta and Detroit[R5 - 12]
5 160 Jacksonville Jaguars Antonio Johnson  S Texas A&M SEC
from NY Giants[R5 - 13]
5 161 Los Angeles Rams Nick Hampton  LB Appalachian State Sun Belt
from Dallas via Houston[R5 - 14]
5 162 Indianapolis Colts Will Mallory  TE Miami (FL) ACC
from Buffalo[R5 - 15]
5 163 Cincinnati Bengals Chase Brown  RB Illinois Big Ten
5 164 Minnesota Vikings Jaren Hall  QB BYU Ind. (FBS)
from San Francisco[R5 - 16]
5 165 Chicago Bears Terell Smith  CB Minnesota Big Ten
from Philadelphia via New Orleans[R5 - 17]
5 166 Kansas City Chiefs B. J. Thompson  LB Stephen F. Austin WAC
5* 167 Houston Texans Henry To'oTo'o  LB Alabama SEC
from LA Rams[R5 - 18]
5* 168 Arizona Cardinals Owen Pappoe  LB Auburn SEC
from Arizona via Detroit[R5 - 19]
5* 169 Dallas Cowboys Asim Richards  OT North Carolina ACC
5* 170 Las Vegas Raiders Chris Smith II  S Georgia SEC
from Green Bay via N.Y. Jets[R5 - 20]
5* 171 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Payne Durham  TE Purdue Big Ten
from LA Rams[R5 - 21]
5* 172 New York Giants Eric Gray  RB Oklahoma Big 12
5* 173 San Francisco 49ers Robert Beal Jr.  LB Georgia SEC
5* 174 Los Angeles Rams Warren McClendon  OT Georgia SEC
from Las Vegas via Houston[R5 - 22]
5* 175 Los Angeles Rams Davis Allen  TE Clemson ACC
from Tampa Bay[R5 - 23]
5* 176 Indianapolis Colts Evan Hull  RB Northwestern Big Ten
from Dallas[R5 - 24]
5* 177 Los Angeles Rams Puka Nacua  WR BYU Ind. (FBS)
6 178 Dallas Cowboys Eric Scott Jr.  CB Southern Miss Sun Belt
from Chicago via Miami and Kansas City[R6 - 1]
6 179 Green Bay Packers Karl Brooks  DT Bowling Green MAC
from Houston via Tampa Bay[R6 - 2]
6 180 Arizona Cardinals Kei'Trel Clark  CB Louisville ACC
6 181 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Josh Hayes  CB Kansas State Big 12
from Indianapolis[R6 - 3]
6 182 Los Angeles Rams Tre Tomlinson  CB TCU Big 12
6 183 Denver Broncos JL Skinner  S Boise State MW
from Denver via Detroit[R6 - 4]
6 184 New York Jets Zaire Barnes  LB Western Michigan MAC
from Las Vegas via New England[R6 - 5]
6 185 Jacksonville Jaguars Parker Washington  WR Penn State Big Ten
from NY Jets[R6 - 6]
6 186 Tennessee Titans Jaelyn Duncan  OT Maryland Big Ten
from Atlanta[R6 - 7]
6 187 New England Patriots Kayshon Boutte  WR LSU SEC
from Carolina[R6 - 8]
6 188 Philadelphia Eagles Tanner McKee  QB Stanford Pac-12
from New Orleans via Houston[R6 - 9]
6 189 Los Angeles Rams Ochaun Mathis  DE Nebraska Big Ten
from Tennessee[R6 - 10]
6 190 Cleveland Browns Luke Wypler  C Ohio State Big Ten
6 191 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Trey Palmer  WR Nebraska Big Ten
from Green Bay via L.A. Rams, Houston, and Philadelphia[R6 - 11]
6 192 New England Patriots Bryce Baringer  P Michigan State Big Ten
6 193 Washington Commanders Chris Rodriguez Jr.  RB Kentucky SEC
6 194 Kansas City Chiefs Keondre Coburn  DT Texas Big 12
from Detroit[R6 - 12]
6 195 New Orleans Saints A. T. Perry  WR Wake Forest ACC
from Pittsburgh via Denver[R6 - 13]
6 196 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jose Ramirez  LB Eastern Michigan MAC
6 197 Miami Dolphins Elijah Higgins  WR Stanford Pac-12
6 198 Seattle Seahawks Jerrick Reed II  S New Mexico MW
6 199 Baltimore Ravens Malaesala Aumavae–Laulu  OT Oregon Pac-12
6 200 Los Angeles Chargers Scott Matlock  DT Boise State MW
from L.A. Chargers via Chicago[R6 - 14]
6 201 Houston Texans Jarrett Patterson  C Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
from Minnesota[R6 - 15]
6 202 Jacksonville Jaguars Christian Braswell  CB Rutgers Big Ten
6 203 Las Vegas Raiders Amari Burney  LB Florida SEC
from NY Giants via Houston[R6 - 16]
6 204 New York Jets Jarrick Bernard-Converse  CB LSU SEC
from Dallas via Las Vegas[R6 - 17]
6 205 Houston Texans Xavier Hutchinson  WR Iowa State Big 12
from Buffalo[R6 - 18]
6 206 Cincinnati Bengals Andrei Iosivas  WR Princeton Ivy
6 207 Green Bay Packers Anders Carlson  K Auburn SEC
from San Francisco via Houston and NY Jets[R6 - 19]
6 208 Jacksonville Jaguars Erick Hallett  S Pittsburgh ACC
from Philadelphia[R6 - 20]
6 209 New York Giants Tre Hawkins III  CB Old Dominion Sun Belt
from Kansas City[R6 - 21]
6* 210 New England Patriots Demario Douglas  WR Liberty Ind. (FBS)
6* 211 Indianapolis Colts Titus Leo  OLB Wagner NEC
from Minnesota[R6 - 22]
6* 212 Dallas Cowboys Deuce Vaughn  RB Kansas State Big 12
6* 213 Arizona Cardinals Dante Stills  DT West Virginia Big 12
6* 214 New England Patriots Ameer Speed  CB Michigan State Big Ten
from Las Vegas[R6 - 23]
6* 215 Los Angeles Rams Zach Evans  RB Ole Miss SEC
from Washington via Buffalo[R6 - 24]
6* 216 San Francisco 49ers Dee Winters  LB TCU Big 12
6* 217 Cincinnati Bengals Brad Robbins  P Michigan Big Ten
from Kansas City[R6 - 25]
7 218 Chicago Bears Travis Bell  DT Kennesaw State ASUN
7 219 Detroit Lions Antoine Green  WR North Carolina ACC
from Houston via Minnesota and Philadelphia[R7 - 1]
7 220 New York Jets Zack Kuntz  TE Old Dominion Sun Belt
from Arizona via Las Vegas[R7 - 2]
7 221 Indianapolis Colts Jaylon Jones  CB Texas A&M SEC
7 222 Minnesota Vikings DeWayne McBride  RB UAB C-USA
from Denver via San Francisco[R7 - 3]
7 223 Los Angeles Rams Ethan Evans  P Wingate SAC
7 224 Atlanta Falcons DeMarcco Hellams  S Alabama SEC
from Las Vegas[R7 - 4]
7 225 Atlanta Falcons Jovaughn Gwyn  OG South Carolina SEC
7 226 Jacksonville Jaguars Cooper Hodges  OT Appalachian State Sun Belt
from Carolina[R7 - 5]
7 227 Jacksonville Jaguars Raymond Vohasek  DT North Carolina ACC
from New Orleans[R7 - 6]
7 228 Tennessee Titans Colton Dowell  WR UT Martin OVC
7 229 Baltimore Ravens Andrew Vorhees  OG USC Pac-12
from Cleveland[R7 - 7]
7 230 Buffalo Bills Nick Broeker  OG Ole Miss SEC
from NY Jets via Tampa Bay, Houston, Philadelphia and Houston[R7 - 8]
7 231 Las Vegas Raiders Nesta Jade Silvera  DT Arizona State Pac-12
from New England[R7 - 9]
7 232 Green Bay Packers Carrington Valentine  CB Kentucky SEC
7 233 Washington Commanders Andre Jones Jr.  DE Louisiana Sun Belt
7 234 Los Angeles Rams Jason Taylor II  S Oklahoma State Big 12
from Pittsburgh[R7 - 10]
7 235 Green Bay Packers Lew Nichols III  RB Central Michigan MAC
from Detroit via LA Rams[R7 - 11]
7 236 Indianapolis Colts Jake Witt  OT Northern Michigan GLIAC
from Tampa Bay[R7 - 12]
7 237 Seattle Seahawks Kenny McIntosh  RB Georgia SEC
7 238 Miami Dolphins Ryan Hayes  OT Michigan Big Ten
7 239 Los Angeles Chargers Max Duggan  QB TCU Big 12
7 240 Jacksonville Jaguars Derek Parish  FB Houston The American
from Baltimore via NY Giants[R7 - 13]
7 241 Pittsburgh Steelers Cory Trice  CB Purdue Big Ten
from Minnesota via Denver[R7 - 14]
7 242 Green Bay Packers Anthony Johnson Jr.  S Iowa State Big 12
from Jacksonville[R7 - 15]
7 243 New York Giants Jordon Riley  DT Oregon Pac-12
7 244 Dallas Cowboys Jalen Brooks  WR South Carolina SEC
7 245 New England Patriots Isaiah Bolden  CB Jackson State SWAC
from Buffalo via Atlanta[R7 - 16]
7 246 Cincinnati Bengals D. J. Ivey  CB Miami (FL) ACC
7 247 San Francisco 49ers Brayden Willis  TE Oklahoma Big 12
7 248 Houston Texans Brandon Hill  S Pittsburgh ACC
from Philadelphia[R7 - 17]
7 249 Philadelphia Eagles Moro Ojomo  DE Texas Big 12
from Kansas City via Detroit[R7 - 18]
7* 250 Kansas City Chiefs Nic Jones  CB Ball State MAC
7* 251 Pittsburgh Steelers Spencer Anderson  OG Maryland Big Ten
from LA Rams[R7 - 19]
7* 252 Buffalo Bills Alex Austin  CB Oregon State Pac-12
from Tampa Bay via LA Rams[R7 - 20]
7* 253 San Francisco 49ers Ronnie Bell  WR Michigan Big Ten
7* 254 New York Giants Gervarrius Owens  S Houston The American
7* 255 San Francisco 49ers Jalen Graham  OLB Purdue Big Ten
7* 256 Green Bay Packers Grant DuBose  WR Charlotte C-USA
7* 257 Denver Broncos Alex Forsyth  C Oregon Pac-12
from New Orleans[R7 - 21]
7^ 258 Chicago Bears Kendall Williamson  CB Stanford Pac-12
7^ 259 Los Angeles Rams Desjuan Johnson  DE Toledo MAC

Notable undrafted players

Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Arizona Cardinals Emari Demercado  RB TCU Big 12
Baltimore Ravens Keaton Mitchell  RB East Carolina The American
Carolina Panthers Nash Jensen  OG North Dakota State MVFC
Chicago Bears Tyson Bagent  QB Shepherd PSAC
Cleveland Browns Ronnie Hickman  S Ohio State Big Ten
Dallas Cowboys T. J. Bass  OG Oregon Pac-12
Denver Broncos Jaleel McLaughlin  RB Youngstown State MVFC
Detroit Lions Starling Thomas V  CB UAB C-USA
Minnesota Vikings Ivan Pace Jr.  LB Cincinnati The American
New Orleans Saints Blake Grupe  K Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
New Orleans Saints Lou Hedley  P Miami (FL) ACC
New York Giants Tommy DeVito  QB Illinois Big Ten
New York Jets Xavier Gipson  WR Stephen F. Austin WAC
Philadelphia Eagles Eli Ricks  CB Alabama SEC
Seattle Seahawks Jake Bobo  WR UCLA Pac-12
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Christian Izien  S Rutgers Big Ten
Tennessee Titans Eric Garror  CB Louisiana Sun Belt


Trades

In the explanations below, (PD) indicates trades completed prior to the start of the draft (i.e. Pre-Draft), while (D) denotes trades that took place during the 2023 NFL draft.

Round one

  1. ^ No. 1: Chicago → Carolina (PD). Chicago traded a first-round selection (1st) to Carolina in exchange for WR D. J. Moore, first- and second-round selections (9th and 61st), 2024 first-round and 2025 second-round selections.[Trade 1]
  2. ^ No. 3: Arizona → Houston (D). Arizona traded first- and fourth-round selections (3rd and 105th overall) to Houston in exchange for first- and second-round selections (12th and 33rd overall), and 2024 first- and third-round selections.[Trade 2]
  3. ^ No. 5: Denver → Seattle (PD). Denver traded Drew Lock, Shelby Harris, Noah Fant, first- and second-round selections, and 2022 first-, second-, and fifth-round selections to Seattle in exchange for Russell Wilson and a 2022 fourth-round selection.[Trade 3]
  4. ^ No. 6: L.A. Rams → Detroit → Arizona. Multiple trades:
           L.A. Rams → Detroit (PD). Los Angeles traded a first-round selection as well as 2021 third-round and 2022 first-round selections, and quarterback Jared Goff to Detroit in exchange for quarterback Matthew Stafford.[Trade 4]
           Detroit → Arizona (D). Detroit traded first- and third-round selections (6th and 81st overall) to Arizona in exchange for first-, second-, and fifth-round selections (12th, 34th, and 168th overall).[Trade 5]
  5. ^ No. 9: Carolina → Chicago → Philadelphia. Multiple trades:
            Carolina → Chicago (PD). See No. 1: Chicago → Carolina.[Trade 1]
           Chicago → Philadelphia (D). Chicago traded this first-round selection (9th) to Philadelphia in exchange for first-round (10th) and 2024 fourth-round selections.[3]
  6. ^ No. 10: New Orleans → Philadelphia → Chicago. Multiple trades:
            New Orleans → Philadelphia (PD). New Orleans traded a first-round selection, as well as 2022 first-, third-, and seventh-round selections, and a 2024 second-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for two 2022 first-round selections and a sixth-round selection.[Trade 6]
           Philadelphia → Chicago (D). See No. 9: Chicago → Philadelphia
  7. ^ No. 12: Cleveland → Houston → Arizona → Detroit. Multiple trades:
            Cleveland → Houston (PD). Cleveland traded first- and third-round selections to Houston alongside 2022 and 2024 first- and fourth-round selections in exchange for quarterback Deshaun Watson and a 2024 sixth-round selection.[Trade 7]
           Houston → Arizona (D). See No. 3: Arizona → Houston
           Arizona → Detroit (D). See No. 6: Detroit → Arizona.
  8. ^ No. 13: N.Y. Jets → Green Bay (PD). New York traded first-, second-, and sixth-round selections and a conditional 2024 second-round selection to Green Bay in exchange for quarterback Aaron Rodgers and 2023 first- and fifth-round selections.[Trade 8]
  9. ^ No. 14: New England → Pittsburgh (D). New England traded a first-round selection (14th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for first- and fourth-round selections (17th and 120th overall).[Trade 9]
  10. ^ No. 15: Green Bay → N.Y. Jets (PD). See No. 13: N.Y. Jets → Green Bay.[Trade 8]
  11. ^ No. 14: Pittsburgh → New England (D). See No. 14: New England → Pittsburgh.[Trade 9]
  12. ^ No. 24: Jacksonville → N.Y. Giants (D). Jacksonville traded a first-round selection (24th) to the N.Y. Giants in exchange for first-, fifth-, and seventh-round selections (25th, 160th, and 240th).[5]
  13. ^ No. 25: N.Y. Giants → Jacksonville → Buffalo. Multiple trades:
           N.Y. Giants → Jacksonville (D). See No. 24: Jacksonville → N.Y. Giants
           Jacksonville → Buffalo (D). Jacksonville traded this first-round (25th) to Buffalo in exchange for first- and fourth-round selections (27th and 130th).[6]
  14. ^ No. 27: Buffalo → Jacksonville (D). See No. 25: Jacksonville → Buffalo.
  15. ^ No. 29: San Francisco → Miami → Denver → New Orleans. Multiple trades:
           San Francisco → Miami (PD). San Francisco traded a first-round selection, a 2021 first-round selection, and 2022 first- and third-round selections, in exchange for one of Miami's 2021 first-round selections.[Trade 10]
           Miami → Denver (PD). Miami traded San Francisco's selection, a 2024 fourth-round selection, and running back Chase Edmonds to Denver in exchange for Bradley Chubb and a 2025 fifth-round selection.[Trade 11][7]
           Denver → New Orleans (PD). Denver traded San Francisco's selection and a 2024 second-round selection to New Orleans in exchange for the coaching rights to Saints head coach Sean Payton and a 2024 third-round selection.[8]

Round two

  1. ^ No. 32: Chicago → Pittsburgh (PD). Chicago traded a second-round selection to Pittsburgh in exchange for wide receiver Chase Claypool.[Trade 12]
  2. ^ No. 33: Houston → Arizona → Tennessee. Multiple trades:
           Houston → Arizona (D). See No. 3: Arizona → Houston
           Arizona → Tennessee (D). Arizona traded Houston's selection and a third-round selection (33rd and 81st) to Tennessee in exchange for second- and third-round selections (41st and 72nd) and a 2024 third-round selection.[9]
  3. ^ No. 34: Arizona → Detroit (D). See No. 6: Detroit → Arizona.
  4. ^ No. 35: Indianapolis → Las Vegas (D). Indianapolis traded a second-round selection (35th) to Las Vegas in exchange for second- and fifth-round selections (38th and 141st).[10]
  5. ^ No. 37: Denver → Seattle (PD). See No. 5: Denver → Seattle.[Trade 3]
  6. ^ No. 38: Las Vegas → Indianapolis → Atlanta. Multiple trades:
           Las Vegas → Indianapolis (D). See No. 35: Indianapolis → Las Vegas
           Indianapolis → Atlanta (D). Indianapolis traded the second-round selection received from Las Vegas (38th) to Atlanta in exchange for second- and fourth-round selections (44th and 110th).[11]
  7. ^ No. 41: Tennessee → Arizona (D). See No. 33: Arizona → Tennessee.
  8. ^ No. 42: Cleveland → N.Y. Jets → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           Cleveland → N.Y. Jets (PD). Cleveland traded a second-round selection to New York in exchange for wide receiver Elijah Moore and a third-round selection.[Trade 13]
           N.Y. Jets → Green Bay (PD). See No. 13: N.Y. Jets → Green Bay.[Trade 8]
  9. ^ No. 44: Atlanta → Indianapolis (D). See No. 38: Indianapolis → Atlanta.
  10. ^ No. 45: Green Bay → Detroit (D). Green Bay traded a second-round selection (45th) to Detroit in exchange for second- and fifth-round selections (48th and 159th).[12]
  11. ^ No. 48: Detroit → Green Bay → Tampa Bay. Multiple trades:
           Detroit → Green Bay (D). See No. 45: Green Bay → Detroit
           Green Bay → Tampa Bay (D). Green Bay traded the second-round selection received from Detroit (45th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for second- and sixth-round selections (50th and 179th).[13]
  12. ^ No. 50: Tampa Bay → Green Bay (D). See MauchTrade|No. 48: Green Bay → Tampa Bay
  13. ^ No. 53: Baltimore → Chicago (PD). Chicago traded LB Roquan Smith to Baltimore in exchange for second- and fifth-round selections (53rd and 158th) and LB A. J. Klein.[Trade 14]
  14. ^ No. 55: Minnesota → Detroit → Kansas City. Multiple trades:
           Minnesota → Detroit (PD). Minnesota traded a second-round selection and 2024 third-round selection to Detroit in exchange for tight end T. J. Hockenson, a fourth-round selection, and a conditional 2024 fourth-round selection.[Trade 15]
           Detroit → Kansas City (D). Detroit traded the second-round selection received from Minnesota and a sixth-round selection (55th and 194th) to Kansas City in exchange for second-, fourth-, and seventh-round selections (63rd, 122nd, and 249th).[14]
  15. ^ No. 56: Jacksonville → Chicago (D). Jacksonville traded a second-round selection (56th) to Chicago in exchange for second- and fifth-round selections (61st and 136th).[15]
  16. ^ No. 61: San Francisco → Carolina → Chicago → Jacksonville (D). Multiple trades:
           San Francisco → Carolina (PD). San Francisco traded second-, third-, and fourth-round selections (61st, 93rd, and 132nd) and a 2024 fifth-round selection to Carolina in exchange for running back Christian McCaffrey.[Trade 16]
           Carolina → Chicago (PD). See No. 1: Chicago → Carolina.[Trade 1]
           Chicago → Jacksonville (D). See No. 56: Jacksonville → Chicago.
  17. ^ No. 62: Philadelphia → Houston (D). Philadelphia traded a second-round selection (62nd) to Houston in exchange for third-, sixth-, and seventh-round selections (65th, 188th, and 230th).[Trade 17]
  18. ^ No. 63: Kansas City → Detroit → Denver. Multiple trades:
           Kansas City → Detroit (D). See No. 55: Detroit → Kansas City
           Detroit → Denver (D). Detroit traded second- and sixth-round selections (63rd and 183rd) to Denver in exchange for third- and fifth-round selections (68th and 138th).[16]

Round three

  1. ^ No. 65: Houston → Philadelphia (D). See No. 62: Philadelphia → Houston.[Trade 17]
  2. ^ No. 66: Arizona → Philadelphia (PD). Arizona traded a third-round selection (66th) to Philadelphia in exchange for a third-round selection (94th) and 2024 fifth-round selection. The trade settled Philadelphia's tampering complaint regarding Arizona hiring Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon as their head coach.[Trade 18]
  3. ^ No. 67: Indianapolis → Denver (PD). Indianapolis traded a third-round selection (67th) and a 2022 fifth-round selection to Denver in exchange for a 2022 third-round selection.[Trade 19]
  4. ^ No. 68: Denver → Detroit (D). See No. 63: Detroit → Denver.
  5. ^ No. 69: L.A. Rams → Houston (D). Los Angeles traded third- and sixth-round selections (69th and 191st) to Houston in exchange for third- and fifth-round selections (73rd and 161st).[Trade 20]
  6. ^ No. 72: Tennessee → Arizona (D). See No. 33: Arizona → Tennessee.
  7. ^ No. 73: Cleveland → Houston → L.A. Rams → N.Y. Giants. Multiple trades:
           Cleveland → Houston (PD). See No. 12: Cleveland → Houston.[Trade 7]
           Houston → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 69: L.A. Rams → Houston.[Trade 20]
           L.A. Rams → N.Y. Giants (D). Los Angeles traded a third-round selection (73rd) to the N.Y. Giants in exchange for third- and fourth-round selections (89th and 128th).[17]
  8. ^ No. 74: N.Y. Jets → Cleveland (PD). See No. 42: Cleveland → N.Y. Jets.[Trade 13]
  9. ^ No. 76: Carolina → New England (PD). Carolina traded a third-round selection (76th) and a 2022 fourth-round selection to New England in exchange for a 2022 third-round selection.[Trade 21]
  10. ^ No. 77: New England → Miami → L.A. Rams. Multiple trades:
            New England → Miami (PD). New England traded a third-round selection (77th) to Miami in exchange for WR DeVante Parker and a 2022 fifth-round selection.[Trade 22]
            Miami → L.A. Rams (PD). Miami traded TE Hunter Long and a third-round selection (77th) to the L.A. Rams in exchange for CB Jalen Ramsey.[Trade 23]
  11. ^ No. 79: Washington → Indianapolis (PD). Washington traded a conditional third-round selection and 2022 second- and third-round selections to Indianapolis in exchange for quarterback Carson Wentz, and 2022 second- and seventh-round selections.[Trade 24]
  12. ^ No. 80: Pittsburgh → Carolina (D). Pittsburgh traded a third-round selection (80th) to Carolina in exchange for third- and fourth-round selections (93rd and 132nd).[18]
  13. ^ No. 81: Detroit → Arizona → Tennessee. Multiple trades:
           Detroit → Arizona (D). See No. 6: Detroit → Arizona
           Arizona → Tennessee (D). See No. 33: Arizona → Tennessee.
  14. ^ No. 83: Seattle → Denver (D). Seattle traded a third-round selection (83rd) to Denver in exchange for a fourth-round selection (108th) and a 2024 third-round selection.[19]
  15. ^ No. 87: Minnesota → San Francisco (D). Minnesota traded a third-round selection (87th) to San Francisco in exchange for third-, fifth-, and seventh-round selections (102nd, 164th, and 222nd).[20]
  16. ^ No. 89: N.Y. Giants → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 73: L.A. Rams → N.Y. Giants.
  17. ^ No. 92: Cincinnati → Kansas City (D). Cincinnati traded a third-round selection (92nd) to Kansas City in exchange for third- and sixth-round selections (95th and 217th).[21]
  18. ^ No. 93: San Francisco → Carolina → Pittsburgh. Multiple trades:
           San Francisco → Carolina (PD). See No. 61: San Francisco → Carolina
           Carolina → Pittsburgh (D). See No. 80: Pittsburgh → Carolina.
  19. ^ No. 94: Philadelphia → Arizona (PD). See No. 66: Arizona → Philadelphia.[Trade 18]
  20. ^ No. 95: Kansas City → Cincinnati (D). See No. 92: Cincinnati → Kansas City.
  21. ^ No. 96: Arizona → Detroit (D). Arizona traded a third-round selection (96th) to Detroit in exchange for fourth- and two fifth-round selections (122nd, 139th, and 168th).[22]
  22. ^ No. 100: Kansas City → N.Y. Giants → Las Vegas. Multiple trades:
           Kansas City → N.Y. Giants (PD). New York traded WR Kadarius Toney to Kansas City in exchange for third-round compensatory and sixth-round selections (100th and 209th).[Trade 25]
           N.Y. Giants → Las Vegas (PD). Las Vegas traded TE Darren Waller to New York in exchange for a third-round compensatory selection (100th).[Trade 26]
  23. ^ No. 102: San Francisco → Minnesota (D). See No. 87: Minnesota → San Francisco.

Round four

  1. ^ No. 103: Chicago → New Orleans (D). Chicago traded a fourth-round selection (103rd) to New Orleans in exchange for fourth- and fifth-round selections (115th and 165th).[29]
  2. ^ No. 104: Houston → Las Vegas (D). Houston traded fourth- and sixth-round selections (104th and 203rd) to Las Vegas in exchange for fourth- and fifth-round selections (109th and 174th).[30]
  3. ^ No. 105: Arizona → Houston → Philadelphia. Multiple trades:
           Arizona → Houston (D). See See No. 3: Arizona → Houston
           Houston → Philadelphia (D). Houston traded this fourth-round selection (105th) to Philadelphia in exchange for 2024 third-round selection.[31]
  4. ^ No. 107: L.A. Rams → New England (PD). Los Angeles traded a fourth-round selection (107th) and a 2022 sixth-round selection to New England in exchange for RB Sony Michel.[Trade 27]
  5. ^ No. 108: Denver → Seattle (D). See No. 83: Seattle → Denver.
  6. ^ No. 109: Las Vegas → Houston (D). See No. 104: Houston → Las Vegas.
  7. ^ No. 110: Tennessee → Atlanta → Indianapolis. Multiple trades:
           Tennessee → Atlanta (PD). Tennessee traded a fourth-round selection (110th) and a 2022 second-round selection to Atlanta in exchange for WR Julio Jones and a sixth-round selection (186th).[Trade 28]
           Atlanta → Indianapolis (D). See No. 38: Indianapolis → Atlanta.
  8. ^ No. 112: N.Y. Jets → New England (D). New York traded a fourth-round selection (112th) to New England in exchange for fourth- and sixth-round selections (120th and 184th).[32]
  9. ^ No. 115: New Orleans → Chicago (D). See No. 103: Chicago → New Orleans.
  10. ^ No. 119: Detroit → Minnesota → Kansas City. Multiple trades:
           Detroit → Minnesota (PD). See No. 55: Minnesota → Detroit
           Minnesota → Kansas City (D). Minnesota traded this fourth-round selection (119th) to Kansas City in exchange for fourth-round selection (134th) and a 2024 fifth-round selection.[33]
  11. ^ No. 120: Pittsburgh → New England → N.Y. Jets.
    Multiple trades:
           Pittsburgh → New England (D). See No. 14: New England → Pittsburgh
           New England → N.Y. Jets (D). See No. 112: N.Y. Jets → New England.
  12. ^ No. 121: Tampa Bay → Jacksonville (PD). Tampa Bay traded a fourth-round selection (121st) to Jacksonville in exchange for 2022 fifth- and seventh-round selections.[Trade 29]
  13. ^ No. 122: Miami → Kansas City → Detroit → Arizona.
    Multiple trades:
           Miami → Kansas City (PD). Miami traded fourth- and sixth-round selections (122nd and 178th), and 2022 first-, second-, and fourth-round selections (29th, 50th, and 121st) to Kansas City in exchange for wide receiver Tyreek Hill.[Trade 30]
           Kansas City → Detroit (D). See No. 55: Detroit → Kansas City
           Detroit → Arizona (D). See No. 96: Arizona → Detroit.
  14. ^ No. 126: Minnesota → Cleveland (PD). Minnesota traded a fourth-round selection (126th) and a 2022 fifth-round selection (156th) to Cleveland in exchange for a 2022 fourth-round selection (118th).[Trade 31]
  15. ^ No. 127: Jacksonville → New Orleans (D). Jacksonville traded a fourth-round selection (127th) to New Orleans in exchange for a seventh-round selection (227th) and a 2024 fourth-round selection.[Trade 32]
  16. ^ No. 128: N.Y. Giants → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 73: L.A. Rams → N.Y. Giants.
  17. ^ No. 130: Buffalo → Jacksonville (D). See No. 25: Jacksonville → Buffalo.
  18. ^ No. 132: San Francisco → Carolina → Pittsburgh.
    Multiple trades:
           No. 132: San Francisco → Carolina (PD). See No. 61: San Francisco → Carolina.[Trade 16]
           Carolina → Pittsburgh (D). See No. 80: Pittsburgh → Carolina.
  19. ^ No. 133: Philadelphia → Chicago (PD). Philadelphia traded a fourth-round selection (133rd) to Chicago in exchange for DE Robert Quinn.[Trade 33]
  20. ^ No. 134: Kansas City → Minnesota (D). See No. 119: Minnesota → Kansas City.
  21. ^ No. 135: New England → Las Vegas (D). New England traded a fourth-round compensatory selection (135th) to Las Vegas in exchange for fifth- and sixth-round selections (144th and 214th).[Trade 34]

Round five

  1. ^ No. 136: Chicago → Jacksonville (D). See No. 56: Jacksonville → Chicago.
  2. ^ No. 119: Arizona → Buffalo → Washington. Multiple trades:
           Arizona → Buffalo (PD). Arizona traded a fifth-round selection (137th) to Buffalo in exchange for G Cody Ford.[Trade 35]
           Buffalo → Washington (D). Buffalo traded this fifth-round selection (137th) to Washington in exchange for fifth- and sixth-round selections (150th and 215th).[35]
  3. ^ No. 139: Denver → Detroit → Arizona.
    Multiple trades:
           No. 139: Denver → Detroit (D). See No. 63: Detroit → Denver.
           Detroit → Arizona (D). See No. 96: Arizona → Detroit.
  4. ^ No. 140: L.A. Rams → Cleveland (PD). Los Angeles traded a fifth-round selection (140th) to Cleveland in exchange for CB Troy Hill.[Trade 36]
  5. ^ No. 141: Las Vegas → Indianapolis → Minnesota. Multiple trades:
           Las Vegas → Indianapolis (D). See No. 35: Indianapolis → Las Vegas
           Indianapolis → Minnesota (D). Indianapolis traded this fifth-round selection (141st) to Minnesota in exchange for fifth- and sixth-round selections (158th and 211th).[36]
  6. ^ No. 144: Atlanta → Las Vegas → New England. Multiple trades:
           Atlanta → Las Vegas (PD). Atlanta traded a fifth-round selection (144th) to Las Vegas in exchange for WR Bryan Edwards and a seventh-round selection.[Trade 37]
           Las Vegas → New England. See No. 135: New England → Las Vegas.
  7. ^ No. 148: New England → Baltimore → Chicago. Multiple trades:
           New England → Baltimore (PD). New England traded a fifth-round selection (148th) and a 2022 seventh-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for CB Shaun Wade.[Trade 38]
           Baltimore → Chicago (PD). See No. 53: Baltimore → Chicago.[Trade 14]
  8. ^ No. 150: Washington → Buffalo (D). See No. 137: Buffalo → Washington.
  9. ^ No. 151: Pittsburgh → Seattle (PD). Pittsburgh traded a fifth-round selection (151st) to Seattle in exchange for CB Ahkello Witherspoon.[Trade 39]
  10. ^ No. 155: Miami → San Francisco (PD). Miami traded a fifth-round selection (155th) to San Francisco in exchange for RB Jeff Wilson.[Trade 40]
  11. ^ No. 158: Minnesota → Indianapolis (D). See No. 141: Indianapolis → Minnesota.
  12. ^ No. 159: Jacksonville → Atlanta → Detroit → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           Jacksonville → Atlanta (PD). Jacksonville traded a fifth-round selection (159th) and a conditional 2024 fourth-round selection to Atlanta in exchange for WR Calvin Ridley.[Trade 41]
           Atlanta → Detroit (PD). Atlanta traded a fifth-round selection to Detroit in exchange for CB Jeff Okudah.[Trade 42]
           Detroit → Green Bay. See No. 45: Green Bay → Detroit.
  13. ^ No. 160: N.Y. Giants → Jacksonville (D). See No. 24: Jacksonville → N.Y. Giants.
  14. ^ No. 161: Dallas → Houston → L.A. Rams. Multiple trades:
           Dallas → Houston (PD). Dallas traded a fifth-round selection (161st) and a 2024 sixth-round selection to Houston in exchange for WR Brandin Cooks.[Trade 43]
           Houston → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 69: L.A. Rams → Houston.[Trade 20]
  15. ^ No. 162: Buffalo → Indianapolis (PD). Buffalo traded a fifth-round selection (162nd) and running back Zack Moss to Indianapolis in exchange for running back Nyheim Hines.[Trade 44]
  16. ^ No. 164: San Francisco → Minnesota (D). See No. 87: Minnesota → San Francisco.
  17. ^ No. 165: Philadelphia → New Orleans → Chicago. Multiple trades:
           Philadelphia → New Orleans (PD). Philadelphia traded a fifth-round selection (165th) and a 2024 sixth-round pick to New Orleans in exchange for S C. J. Gardner-Johnson and a 2025 seventh-round selection.[Trade 45]
           New Orleans → Chicago (D). See No. 103: Chicago → New Orleans.
  18. ^ No. 167: L.A. Rams → Houston (D). Los Angeles traded a fifth-round selection (167th) to Houston in exchange for fifth- and seventh-round selections (174th and 259th).
  19. ^ No. 168: Arizona → Detroit → Arizona. Multiple trades:
           Arizona → Detroit (D). See No. 6: Detroit → Arizona.
           Detroit → Arizona (D). See No. 96: Arizona → Detroit.
  20. ^ No. 170: Green Bay → N.Y. Jets → Las Vegas. Multiple trades:
           Green Bay → N.Y. Jets. See No. 13: N.Y. Jets → Green Bay.[Trade 8]
           N.Y. Jets → Las Vegas. New York traded this fifth-round selection (170th) to Las Vegas in exchange for sixth- and seventh-round selections (204th and 220th).
  21. ^ No. 171: L.A. Rams → Tampa Bay (D). Los Angeles traded a fifth-round compensatory selection (171st) to Tampa Bay in exchange for fifth- and seventh-round selections (175th and 252nd).
  22. ^ No. 174: Las Vegas → Houston → L.A. Rams. Multiple trades:
           Las Vegas → Houston (D). See No. 104: Houston → Las Vegas.
           Houston → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 167: L.A. Rams → Houston.
  23. ^ No. 175: Tampa Bay → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 171: L.A. Rams → Tampa Bay.
  24. ^ No. 176: Dallas → Indianapolis (PD). Dallas traded a fifth-round compensatory selection (176th) to Indianapolis in exchange for CB Stephon Gilmore.[Trade 46]

Round six

  1. ^ No. 178: Chicago → Miami → Kansas City → Dallas. Multiple trades:
           Chicago → Miami (PD). Chicago traded a sixth-round selection to Miami in exchange for wide receiver Jakeem Grant.[Trade 47]
           Miami → Kansas City (PD). See No. 122: Miami → Kansas City.[Trade 30]
           Kansas City → Dallas (D). Kansas City traded this sixth-round selection (178th) to Dallas in exchange for a 2024 fifth-round selection.
  2. ^ No. 179: Houston → Tampa Bay → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           Houston → Tampa Bay (PD). Houston traded a sixth-round selection (179th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for G Shaq Mason and a seventh-round selection (230th).
           Tampa Bay → Green Bay (D). See No. 48: Green Bay → Tampa Bay.
  3. ^ No. 181: Indianapolis → Tampa Bay (PD). Indianapolis traded a sixth-round selection (181st) to Tampa Bay in exchange for linebacker Grant Stuard and a seventh-round pick (236th).[Trade 48]
  4. ^ No. 183: Denver → Detroit → Denver. Multiple trades:
           Denver → Detroit (PD). Denver traded WR Trinity Benson and a sixth-round selection (183rd) to Detroit in exchange for 2022 fifth- and seventh-round selections (145th and 234th).[Trade 49]
           Detroit → Denver (D). See No. 63: Detroit → Denver.
  5. ^ No. 184: Las Vegas → New England → Las Vegas. Multiple trades:
           Las Vegas → New England (PD). Las Vegas traded a sixth-round selection (184th) to New England in exchange for quarterback Jarrett Stidham and a seventh round pick (231st).[Trade 50]
           New England → Las Vegas. See No. 112: N.Y. Jets → New England.
  6. ^ No. 185: N.Y. Jets → Jacksonville (PD). New York traded a sixth-round selection (185th) to Jacksonville in exchange for running back James Robinson.[Trade 51]
  7. ^ No. 186: Atlanta → Tennessee (PD). See No. 110: Tennessee → Atlanta.[Trade 28]
  8. ^ No. 187: Carolina → New England (PD). Carolina traded a sixth-round selection (187th) to New England in exchange for cornerback Stephon Gilmore.[Trade 52]
  9. ^ No. 188: New Orleans → Houston → Philadelphia. Multiple trades:
           New Orleans → Houston (PD). New Orleans traded a sixth-round selection (188th) and a 2022 third-round selection (80th) to Houston in exchange for cornerback Bradley Roby.[Trade 53]
           Houston → Philadelphia (D). See No. 62: Philadelphia → Houston.[Trade 17]
  10. ^ No. 189: Tennessee → L.A. Rams (PD). Tennessee traded a sixth-round selection (189th) to Los Angeles in exchange for wide receiver Robert Woods.[Trade 54]
  11. ^ No. 191: Green Bay → L.A. Rams → Houston → Philadelphia → Tampa Bay. Multiple trades:
           Green Bay → L.A. Rams (PD). Green Bay traded a sixth-round selection (191st) to Los Angeles in exchange for punter Corey Bojorquez and a seventh-round selection (235th).[Trade 55]
           L.A. Rams → Houston (D). See No. 69: L.A. Rams → Houston.[Trade 20]
           Houston → Philadelphia (D). Houston traded this sixth-round selection (191st) to Philadelphia in exchange for two seventh-round selections (230th and 248th).[Trade 56]
           Philadelphia → Tampa Bay (D). Philadelphia traded this sixth-round selection (191st) to Tampa Bay in exchange for a 2024 fifth-round selection.[Trade 57]
  12. ^ No. 194: Detroit → Kansas City (D). See No. 55: Detroit → Kansas City,
  13. ^ No. 195: Pittsburgh → Denver → New Orleans. Multiple trades:
           No. 195: Pittsburgh → Denver (PD). Pittsburgh traded a sixth-round selection (195th) to Denver in exchange for linebacker Malik Reed and a seventh-round selection (241st).[Trade 58]
           Denver → New Orleans (D). Denver traded this sixth-round selection (195th) to New Orleans in exchange for TE Adam Trautman and a seventh-round selection (257th).[37]
  14. ^ No. 200: L.A. Chargers → Chicago → L.A. Chargers. Multiple trades:
           L.A. Chargers → Chicago (PD). Los Angeles traded a sixth-round selection (200th) and a 2022 second-round selection (48th) to Chicago in exchange for outside linebacker Khalil Mack.[Trade 59]
           Chicago → L.A. Chargers (PD). Chicago traded the sixth-round selection back to Los Angeles in exchange for two 2022 seventh-round selections (254th and 255th). See 2022 No. 254: L.A. Chargers → Chicago.[Trade 60]
  15. ^ No. 201: Minnesota → Houston (PD). Minnesota traded a sixth-round selection (201st) to Houston in exchange for defensive end Ross Blacklock and a seventh-round selection (219th).[Trade 61]
  16. ^ No. 203: N.Y. Giants → Houston → Las Vegas. Multiple trades:
           N.Y. Giants → Houston (PD). New York traded a sixth-round selection (203rd) to Houston in exchange for cornerback Keion Crossen.[Trade 62]
           Houston → Las Vegas (D). See No. 104: Houston → Las Vegas.
  17. ^ No. 204: Dallas → Las Vegas → N.Y. Jets. Multiple trades:
           Dallas → Las Vegas (PD). Dallas traded a sixth-round selection (204th) to Las Vegas in exchange for defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins and a 2024 seventh-round selection.[Trade 63]
           Las Vegas → N.Y. Jets. See No. 170: N.Y. Jets → Las Vegas.
  18. ^ No. 205: Buffalo → Houston (D). Buffalo traded a sixth-round selection (205th) to Houston in exchange for a seventh-round selection (230th) and a 2024 sixth-round selection.[Trade 64]
  19. ^ No. 207: San Francisco → Houston → N.Y. Jets → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           San Francisco → Houston (PD). San Francisco traded a sixth-round selection (207th) to Houston in exchange for defensive end Charles Omenihu.[Trade 65]
           Houston → N.Y. Jets (PD). Houston traded this sixth-round selection (207th) to New York in exchange for linebacker Blake Cashman.[Trade 66]
           N.Y. Jets → Green Bay (PD). See No. 13: N.Y. Jets → Green Bay.[Trade 8]
  20. ^ No. 208: Philadelphia → Jacksonville (PD). Philadelphia traded cornerback Jameson Houston and a sixth-round selection (208th) to Jacksonville in exchange for cornerback Josiah Scott.[Trade 67]
  21. ^ No. 209: Kansas City → N.Y. Giants (PD). See No. 100: N.Y. Giants → Kansas City.[Trade 25]
  22. ^ No. 211: Minnesota → Indianapolis (D). See No. 141: Indianapolis → Minnesota.
  23. ^ No. 214: Las Vegas → New England (D). See No. 135: New England → Las Vegas.
  24. ^ No. 215: Washington → Buffalo → L.A. Rams. Multiple trades:
           Washington → Buffalo (D). See No. 137: Buffalo → Washington.
           Buffalo → L.A. Rams (D). Buffalo traded this sixth-round selection (215th) to Los Angeles in exchange for a seventh-round selection (252nd) and a 2024 sixth-round selection.[Trade 68]
  25. ^ No. 217: Kansas City → Cincinnati (D). See No. 92: Cincinnati → Kansas City.

Round seven

  1. ^ No. 219: Houston → Minnesota → Philadelphia → Detroit. Multiple trades:
           Houston → Minnesota (PD). See No. 201: Minnesota → Houston.[Trade 61]
           Minnesota → Philadelphia (PD). Minnesota traded Houston's seventh-round selection (219th) and a conditional 2024 fourth-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for wide receiver Jalen Reagor.[Trade 69]
           Philadelphia → Detroit (D). Philadelphia traded this seventh-round selection (201st) and a 2025 fourth-round selection to Detroit in exchange for RB D'Andre Swift and a seventh-round selection (249th).[Trade 70]
  2. ^ No. 220: Arizona → Las Vegas → N.Y. Jets. Multiple trades:
           Arizona → Las Vegas (PD). Arizona traded a seventh-round selection (220th) to Las Vegas in exchange for cornerback Trayvon Mullen.[Trade 71]
           Las Vegas → N.Y. Jets. See No. 170: N.Y. Jets → Las Vegas.
  3. ^ No. 222: Denver → San Francisco → Minnesota. Multiple trades:
           Denver → San Francisco (PD). Denver traded a seventh-round selection and a 2022 sixth-round selection (222nd) to San Francisco in exchange for linebacker Jonas Griffith and a 2022 seventh-round selection (250th).[Trade 72]
           San Francisco → Minnesota. See No. 87: Minnesota → San Francisco.
  4. ^ No. 224: Las Vegas → Atlanta (PD). See No. 144: Atlanta → Las Vegas.[Trade 37]
  5. ^ No. 225: Carolina → Jacksonville (PD). Carolina traded a seventh-round selection (226th) and a 2024 sixth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for wide receiver Laviska Shenault.[Trade 73]
  6. ^ No. 227: New Orleans → Jacksonville (D). See No. 127: Jacksonville → New Orleans.
  7. ^ No. 229: Cleveland → Baltimore (D). Cleveland traded a seventh-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for a 2024 sixth-round selection.[Trade 74]
  8. ^ No. 230: N.Y. Jets → Tampa Bay → Houston → Philadelphia → Houston → Buffalo. Multiple trades:
           N.Y. Jets → Tampa Bay (PD). New York traded a seventh-round selection and nose tackle Steve McLendon to Tampa Bay in exchange for a 2022 sixth-round selection.[Trade 75]
           Tampa Bay → Houston (PD). See Round 6: No. 179: Houston → Tampa Bay.[Trade 76]
           Houston → Philadelphia (D). See No. 62: Philadelphia → Houston.[Trade 17]
           Philadelphia → Houston (D). See No. 191: Houston → Philadelphia.[Trade 56]
           Houston → Buffalo (D). See No. 205: Buffalo → Houston.[Trade 64]
  9. ^ No. 231: New England → Las Vegas (PD). See Round 6: Las Vegas → New England.[Trade 50]
  10. ^ No. 234: Pittsburgh → L.A. Rams (PD). Pittsburgh traded a seventh-round selection (234th) to Los Angeles in exchange for wide receiver Allen Robinson and a seventh-round selection (251st).[Trade 77]
  11. ^ No. 235: Detroit → L.A. Rams → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           Detroit → L.A. Rams (PD). Detroit traded a seventh-round selection (235th) to Los Angeles in exchange for defensive lineman Michael Brockers.[Trade 78]
           L.A. Rams → Green Bay (PD). See Round 6: Green Bay → L.A. Rams.[Trade 55]
  12. ^ No. 236: Tampa Bay → Indianapolis (PD). See No. 181: Indianapolis → Tampa Bay.[Trade 48]
  13. ^ No. 240: Baltimore → N.Y. Giants → Jacksonville. Multiple trades:
           Baltimore → N.Y. Giants (PD). Baltimore traded a seventh-round selection, a 2022 fifth-round selection, and guard Ben Bredeson to New York in exchange for a 2022 fourth-round selection.[Trade 79]
           N.Y. Giants → Jacksonville See No. 24: Jacksonville → N.Y. Giants.
  14. ^ No. 241: Minnesota → Denver → Pittsburgh. Multiple trades:
           Minnesota → Denver (PD). Minnesota traded Stephen Weatherly and a seventh-round selection to Denver in exchange for a 2022 seventh-round selection.[Trade 80]
           Denver → Pittsburgh (PD). See No. 195: Pittsburgh → Denver.[Trade 58]
  15. ^ No. 242: Jacksonville → Green Bay (PD). Jacksonville traded a seventh-round selection (242nd) to Green Bay in exchange for guard Cole Van Lanen.[Trade 81]
  16. ^ No. 245: Buffalo → Atlanta → New England. Multiple trades:
           Buffalo → Atlanta (PD). Buffalo traded a seventh-round selection (245th) to Atlanta in exchange for safety Dean Marlowe.[Trade 82]
           Atlanta → New England (PD). Atlanta traded a seventh-round selection (245th) to New England in exchange for tight end Jonnu Smith.[Trade 83]
  17. ^ No. 248: Philadelphia → Houston (D). See No. 191: Houston → Philadelphia.[Trade 56]
  18. ^ No. 249: Kansas City → Detroit → Philadelphia . Multiple trades:
           Kansas City → Detroit (D). See No. 55: Detroit → Kansas City.
           Detroit → Philadelphia (D). See No. 219: Philadelphia → Detroit.
  19. ^ No. 251: L.A. Rams → Pittsburgh (PD). See No. 234: Pittsburgh → L.A. Rams.[Trade 77]
  20. ^ No. 252: Tampa Bay → L.A. Rams → Buffalo. Multiple trades:
           Tampa Bay → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 171: L.A. Rams → Tampa Bay.
           L.A. Rams → Buffalo (D). See No. 215: Buffalo → L.A. Rams.
  21. ^ No. 257: New Orleans → Denver (D). See No. 195: Denver → New Orleans.
  22. ^ No. 259: Houston → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 167: L.A. Rams → Houston

2020 Resolution JC-2A selections

Since 2021, the league under 2020 Resolution JC-2A rewards teams for developing minority candidates for head coach or general manager positions.[38] The resolution rewards teams whose minority candidates are hired away for one of those positions by awarding draft selections, which are at the end of the third round, after standard compensatory selections; if multiple teams qualify, they are awarded by draft order in the first round. These picks are in addition to, and have no impact on, the standard 32 compensatory selections.[39] Five picks were awarded for the 2023 draft pursuant to the resolution.

  1. ^ Cleveland received a third-round selection along with a 2022 third-round selection when Minnesota hired the Browns' vice president of football operations Kwesi Adofo-Mensah as general manager.[23]
  2. ^ San Francisco received a third-round selection when Washington hired San Francisco's vice president of player personnel Martin Mayhew as general manager.[24][25]
  3. ^ Kansas City received a third-round selection and a 2022 third-round selection when Chicago hired the Chiefs' executive director of player personnel Ryan Poles as general manager.[26]
  4. ^ San Francisco received a third-round selection and a second 2022 third-round selection after Miami also hired the 49ers' former offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel as head coach.[27]
  5. ^ San Francisco received a third-round selection and a 2024 third-round selection after Tennessee hired former 49ers director of player personnel Ran Carthon as general manager.[28]

Supplemental draft

A supplemental draft was held on July 11, 2023. For each player selected in the supplemental draft, the team forfeits its pick in that round in the draft of the following season. It was the first time the event had taken place since 2019.[40]

Although two players – Milton Wright and Malachi Wideman – were eligible, neither was selected.[41]

Notes

  1. ^ Players are identified as Pro Bowlers if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.

Forfeited selections

  1. ^ Miami forfeited its first-round selection as well as its 2024 third-round selection as punishment for multiple violations of the league's anti-tampering policy in conversations with quarterback Tom Brady and Don Yee, the agent for then-New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton (as well as Brady).[4]
  2. ^ Houston forfeited its fifth-round selection as punishment for a salary cap reporting violation.[34]

Summary

Selections by NCAA conference

Conference Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
NCAA Division I FBS football conferences
American 0 1 4 1 2 0 2 10
ACC 4 3 5 3 10 3 4 32
Big 12 6 3 4 4 1 7 5 30
Big Ten 9 11 5 7 9 9 5 55
C-USA 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 3
Ind. (FBS) 0 2 0 1 2 2 0 7
MAC 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 7
MW 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 5
Pac-12 3 3 4 3 5 3 6 27
SEC 9 8 14 9 9 6 7 62
Sun Belt 0 0 0 2 2 2 3 9
NCAA Division I FCS football conferences
ASUN 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Big Sky 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
CAA 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Ivy 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
MVFC 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2
NEC 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
OVC 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
SWAC 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
WAC 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Non-Division I NCAA football conferences
GLIAC (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
SAC (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Colleges with multiple draft selections

Selections Colleges
10 Alabama, Georgia
9 Michigan
8 TCU
6 Clemson, Florida, LSU, Ohio State, Oregon, Penn State, Pittsburgh
5 Auburn, Maryland, Oklahoma, Purdue, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas
4 Houston, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas State, North Carolina, Northwestern, Ole Miss, UCLA, USC
3 BYU, Cincinnati, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (FL), Michigan State, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Old Dominion, Texas A&M, Utah, Wisconsin
2 Appalachian State, Arkansas, Boise State, Eastern Michigan, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Syracuse, Tulane, Wake Forest

Selections by position

Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Cornerback 4 5 3 3 5 8 8 36
Wide receiver 4 4 6 3 3 8 5 33
Linebacker 3 3 7 3 8 5 2 31
Defensive end 5 2 4 4 2 1 3 21
Defensive tackle 4 1 4 3 1 4 4 21
Offensive tackle 5 0 2 5 3 2 3 20
Safety 0 2 3 2 5 3 5 20
Running back 2 1 4 1 4 3 3 18
Tight end 1 5 3 0 4 0 2 15
Guard 0 4 0 4 2 0 4 14
Quarterback 3 1 1 3 4 1 1 14
Center 0 3 1 1 1 2 1 9
Kicker 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 3
Punter 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3
Fullback 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Offense 15 18 17 17 21 21 21 130
Defense 16 14 21 15 21 16 20 123
Special teams 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 6

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