Live 2023 NFL Draft Grades: Round 3

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  1. Chicago Bears: Zacch Pickens, DE/DT, South Carolina – B+ Grade
    It makes sense that the Bears would continue to add to their very weak defensive line. Zacch Pickens has a ton of upside as an athletic lineman. This is a solid choice to begin the third round.

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  2. Philadelphia Eagles: Tyler Steen, OT/G, Alabama – A+ Grade
    Not a Georgia player, but a great selection nonetheless. Tyler Steen is a talented, versatile blocker who can play tackle and guard. I had him in the early second round, so I love this value. Steen will be able to replace Isaac Seumalo right away.

  3. Philadelphia Eagles: Sydney Brown, S, Illinois – B Grade
    I finally don’t love a pick for the Eagles. This isn’t a bad selection though. The Eagles needed a safety, and Sydney Brown is a play-maker. I had him slotted a bit later than this, but Brown has nice upside, so he could definitely live up to his third-round billing.



  4. Denver Broncos: Drew Sanders, LB, Arkansas – A Grade
    Drew Sanders definitely could have gone earlier than this. He’s a high-upside, athletic player who can be used all over the field. He can be used in the middle of the field or on the edge. I love this value.

  5. Detroit Lions: Hendon Hooker, QB, Tennessee – A+ Grade
    I absolutely love this pick. Hendon Hooker is a quarterback I had rated above Will Levis, who went way earlier than this. He’s an athletic player with great passing ability, but he fell because he’s a 26-year-old coming off a torn ACL. However, he doesn’t need to play right away. The Lions can develop him and have him as the starter down the road.



  6. Houston Texans: Tank Dell, WR, Houston – MILLEN I WANTED A HOOKER WITH A KIELBASA Grade
    Tank Dell is built like anything but a tank. He’s very skinny, and he’s someone I had in the middle of the third day. Why the Texans traded up for him, I have absolutely no idea.

  7. Las Vegas Raiders: Byron Young, DT, Alabama – B Grade
    The Raiders really needed a defensive tackle because Jerry Tillery is currently slated to start there. Byron Young is an undersized player, which is why he wasn’t going higher than this, but he’s a talented player who should have a role in the Raider defense. This is a solid, but not great pick.



  8. New Orleans Saints: Kendre Miller, RB, TCU – A Grade
    This pick shouldn’t surprise anyone. Alvin Kamara, who could be suspended for his off-the-field issues, looked like he was running in quicksand last year, outside of the game in which he played against the flu-ridden Raiders. Miller is someone who had second-round interest, so I like the value.

  9. Arizona Cardinals: Garrett Williams, CB, Syracuse – B Grade
    I thought Garrett Williams would be drafted later than this because he’s coming off a torn ACL. This will be a very good pick if he’s healthy, though I suppose that the Cardinals won’t even need him to play in 2023 because they’re going to be dreadful without Kyler Murray anyway. This is a solid selection for the long haul, though it comes with risk.



  10. New York Giants: Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee – A+ Grade
    I can’t wait to hear from Charlie Campbell about why Jalin Hyatt fell so far. Hyatt is a somewhat poor man’s DeVonta Smith, so he should have gone much earlier than this. I wouldn’t have hated it had he been chosen late in the opening round. Hyatt is going to fill a huge need.

  11. Cleveland Browns: Cedric Tillman, WR, Tennessee – A Grade
    I was really hoping for an offensive lineman, but another weapon for Deshaun Watson makes a ton of sense – especially this one. Cedric Tillman should have been chosen 20 or so selections earlier than this. Tillman is a huge receiver who will be a great weapon for Watson in the end zone.

  12. Atlanta Falcons: Zach Harrison, DE, Ohio State – B+ Grade
    The Falcons finally address their dreadful pass rush. This is right range for Zach Harrison, who is a bit raw but has high potential because of his athletic ability. Atlanta needs to keep adding to its defensive line, however.

  13. New England Patriots: Marte Mapu, S, Sacramento State – MILLEN SHOVING A MAPU UP THE BACKSIDE Grade
    What is this, seriously? The Patriots could have moved down two rounds and drafted Marte Mapu. I didn’t even have him as a definite pick in all seven rounds, as he’s too small to be a linebacker and too slow to be a safety. Bill Belichick loves going off the board like he did last year with Cole Strange, and this is another instance of that.



  14. Los Angeles Rams: Byron Young, DE/OLB, Tennessee – A- Grade
    The Rams really needed an edge rusher in the wake of Von Miller’s departure. They had no edge rush, so perhaps Byron Young will help. Young has a low floor, but he’s an explosive player with high upside.

  15. Green Bay Packers: Tucker Kraft, TE, South Dakota State – B Grade
    Another tight end is odd, especially with all the issues at receiver, but the Packers can run multi-tight end formations. Tucker Kraft is pretty raw, but he has major upside, so I’m fine with this pick. It could have been better though.

  16. Indianapolis Colts: Josh Downs, WR, North Carolina – A Grade
    The Colts lost Parris Campbell, so it makes sense that they’d go after a slot receiver. He’s a talented player who easily could have gone off the board a round earlier than this. I’m a big fan of this selection.

  17. Carolina Panthers: D.J. Johnson, DE, Oregon – C+ Grade
    Carolina’s pass rush was weaker last year because it lost Haason Reddick. D.J. Johnson could help in that regard. He’s a raw player, but has very explosive ability. I love the upside, but I don’t see why the Panthers needed to trade up for him. He easily could have been available in 13 selections.

  18. Tennessee Titans: Tyjae Spears, RB, Tulane – C- Grade
    The rebuilding process is about to begin for the Titans, who could be trading Derrick Henry in the near future. Tyjae Spears is a complete back who could take over as the starter in the near future. He makes sense in this range, except for his horrible knee history. He has no ACL, which is a big problem.



  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Yaya Diaby, DE, Louisville – B Grade
    I had Yaya Diaby in the fourth round, so I don’t mind him going in this range. Diaby is a talented pass rusher, but gets trampled easily in run support. Given that the Buccaneers needed help getting after the quarterback, Diaby will serve an important role for them.

  20. Denver Broncos: Riley Moss, CB, Iowa – C- Grade
    The Broncos needed a cornerback, but this is too early for Riley Moss. The Iowa prospect has some speed concerns and a checkered injury history, so I thought he would be chosen around the fifth-round range.

  21. Miami Dolphins: Devon Achane, RB, Texas A&M – B+ Grade
    What a surprise, a disciple of Kyle Shanahan drafted a running back in the first three rounds! Devon Achane is not going to be a full-time running back, but he has explosive and great pass-catching ability, and he’ll serve as a dynamic weapon in Miami’s high-octane offense.

  22. Los Angeles Chargers: Daiyan Henley, LB, Washington State – A Grade
    The Chargers have had issues at linebacker for years, but perhaps they’ve finally solved that problem. Daiyan Henley has great sideline-to-sideline speed, and I thought he could easily be chosen in the second round. I love this value.

  23. Baltimore Ravens: Trenton Simpson, LB, Clemson – A Grade
    This is a great pick from a value perspective. I thought there was a chance Trenton Simpson would be chosen in the second round. Simpson is a highly athletic and quick linebacker with great upside.

  24. San Francisco 49ers: Ji’Ayir Brown, S, Penn State – A+ Grade
    I love Ji’Ayir Brown. He’s not the biggest or fastest safety, but he’s the most instinctive safety in this class. Because of that trait, he can start for the 49ers on Day 1, which is essential because San Francisco had a big need at the position.

  25. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tank Bigsby, RB, Auburn – D Grade
    Come on, guys, you have bigger needs than this. Tank Bigsby can help the Jaguars plow into the end zone, but Jacksonville already had two talented running backs in Travis Etienne and D’Ernest Johnson. The Jaguars had way bigger fish to fry.

  26. Los Angeles Rams: Kobie Turner, DT, Wake Forest – MILLEN UNDERSIZED KIELBASA Grade
    The Rams made fun of the Patriots for reaching last year. My, how the turntables have turned! Kobie Turner is a late-round prospect who is undersized. He should not have been chosen this early.

  27. Dallas Cowboys: DeMarvion Overshown, LB, Texas – A- Grade
    DeMarvion Overshown flew all over the field at Texas. I think he could have gone a bit earlier than this, so I like the pick. Dallas needed a linebacker with Leighton Vander Esch’s troublesome neck, so I’m a fan of this pick.

  28. Buffalo Bills: Dorian Williams, LB, Tulane – D Grade
    A linebacker was needed with Tremaine Edmunds gone. The thing is, the Bills could have drafted Dorian Williams later than this. Williams is a linebacker-safety tweener. He’s fast, but he needs to get much stronger to play significant defensive snaps.

  29. Kansas City Chiefs: Wanya Morris, OT, Oklahoma – B+ Grade
    The need is obvious, as the Chiefs lost both of their tackles this offseason. They obtained Jawaan Taylor, but still needed a tackle. Wanya Morris makes sense as a third-round pick. He’s very athletic for the position, but needs to get stronger.

  30. Pittsburgh Steelers: Darnell Washington, TE, Georgia – B+ Grade
    If you’re wondering why Darnell Washington fell, some teams removed him from their draft boards because of serious injury concerns. However, at some point, he’s definitely worth a shot, and the Steelers deemed that to be at the end of the third frame. This pick obviously doesn’t fill a need, but it doesn’t hurt to give Kenny Pickett another talented weapon. We’ll just have to see if Washington can stay healthy.

  31. Arizona Cardinals: Michael Wilson, WR, Stanford – D Grade
    Michael Wilson is not someone I would have drafted in this range. He’s a huge receiver and runs routes well, but there are some serious speed concerns. He also has major injury question marks.

  32. Cincinnati Bengals: Jordan Battle, S, Alabama – C+ Grade
    Jordan Battle is an average prospect who didn’t make too many splash plays at Alabama. However, he’s a smart safety who could fight for a starting job in the near future. I would have taken him a bit later.

  33. Detroit Lions: Brodric Martin, DT, Western Kentucky – D Grade
    I don’t get why the Lions surrendered resources to move up for Brodric Martin, whom I had in the middle of the third day. Detroit wanted a defensive tackle – Gervon Dexter was an option in the second round – but Martin is a reach. I love Detroit’s draft, but not this pick.

  34. Washington Redskins: Ricky Stromberg, C, Arkansas – D Grade
    Here’s another reach. We’ve reached the compensatory section of the third round, so making reach picks like this isn’t Millen-worthy, but the Redskins could have drafted so many better players than Ricky Stromberg. The Arkansas product had a solid 2022 campaign, but he’s not an exciting prospect.

  35. Cleveland Browns: Siaki Ika, NT, Baylor – A- Grade
    Siaki Ika is someone I had in the first round long ago, but he fell because of injury concerns. He’s also a run-stuffer, so he made sense for the second frame anyway. Still, the Browns desperately needed someone to help stop the run, which was a big problem for them last year.

  36. San Francisco 49ers: Jake Moody, K, Michigan – D Grade
    Kickers are not people, Rich Eisen. They are abominations. And they certainly should not be chosen in the third round. Fifth round, OK. Third round, no. The 49ers needed a real player and person here.

  37. Las Vegas Raiders: Tre Tucker, WR, Cincinnati – C- Grade
    Tre Tucker is an undersized slot receiver. I’m not sure where he fits into the Raiders’ offense with Hunter Renfrow holding the position. This range isn’t terrible for Tucker, but I don’t like the fit for a pick this early.

  38. San Francisco 49ers: Cameron Latu, TE, Alabama – B- Grade
    The 49ers wanted a second tight end to go along with George Kittle, so here we go. Cameron Latu has plus athleticism and size, but has a checkered injury history. He makes sense at the end of the third round in this loaded tight end class.

  39. Minnesota Vikings: Mekhi Blackmon, CB, USC – B+ Grade
    The Vikings really needed a cornerback, and Mekhi Blackmon is very talented. He’s small, but very speedy. He had a great Senior Bowl to push himself up draft boards. I like him at the end of the third round.

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