Which teams have the first five overall picks for the 2023 NFL Draft?



All you need to know about which teams have the first five overall picks for the 2023 NFL Draft which will be conducted in April.

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After the conclusion of the 2022 National Football League season, the order of the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft has been determined. Now that the NFL Scouting Combine is just around the corner, the process of figuring out who will fill those slots has taken center stage. The combine will be held in Indianapolis between the dates of February 28 and March 6, and it will begin on February 28.

The following is a list of the teams that have the first five picks in Round 1 of the ’23 draught. The draught is slated to take place from April 27-29 in Kansas City, Missouri, and the immediate aftermath of Super Bowl LVII has just concluded.

1st overall pickChicago Bears

2nd overall pick – Houston Texans

3rd overall pickArizona Cardinals

4th overall pick – Indianapolis Colts

5th overall pick – Seattle Seahawks via the Denver Broncos

Even while this is the draft order as of right now for NFL Draft 2023, it wouldn’t be surprising in the least if there were any adjustments made to it by the time draft night rolled around. It is anticipated that the Indianapolis Colts will try to move up the board in order to draught with the first overall pick, while the Chicago Bears have stated that they are open to dealing away the first overall pick if necessary.

Bryce Young, C.J. Stroud, Jalen Carter, and Will Anderson are expected to be the top picks in the 2023 NFL draft and it would be quite surprising if they don’t get picked among the top five picks. The NFL offseason is finally underway and we could see many players on the move before the draft.

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