Best Draft Classes so Far:

Kansas City Chiefs

WR Xavier Worthy, Texas
Courtesy of University of Texas Athletics
OT Kingsley Suamataia, BYU

While it hurts that they didn’t have a third-round pick, the Chiefs address their biggest need at Wide Receiver with the record-breaking Worthy. Suamataia is a project, but with some pieces at the bookends that can hold down the fort, he can be afforded some time to develop the technique to be a high-end starter in the near future.

Los Angeles Chargers

OT Joe Alt, Notre Dame
WR Ladd McConkey, Georgia
LB Junior Colson, Michigan

Many lamented the Chargers going for a blocker instead of a receiving weapon in Round 1. Jim Harbaugh and Joe Horitz responded by picking the happy-feet McConkey, providing something that the Chargers haven’t given Herbert before. Harbaugh also went and got one of his former Wolverines, Junior Colson, the top Linebacker on the Campus2Canton Big Board.

Pittsburgh Steelers

OT Troy Fautanu, Washington
C Zach Frazier, West Virginia
WR Roman Wilson, Michigan
Courtesy of Maize n Brew
LB Payton Wilson, NC State

The Steelers have gone from a middling Offensive Line to one of the most exciting in the league. Fautanu and Frazier have contrasting playstyles, but both should hold down major roles for the team in 2023. Frazier especially should sell quite a few jerseys in Pittsburgh, as his tough, blue-collar approach will endear him to fans. The Steelers staff talked about how good of a blocker Roman Wilson is, so it might be a bit hasty to buy into him as a fantasy asset. Wilson’s all-around skillset should serve him well and complement Pickens well. Payton Wilson may be made of cotton candy, but if he can stay remotely healthy, he should be fairly productive and provide a spark to the defense.

Players Drafted on Day 2 by Position:

Quarterback: 0
Runningback: 4 (Jonathon Brooks, Trey Benson, Blake Corum, MarShawn Lloyd)
Wide Receiver: 9 (Keon Coleman, Ladd McConkey, Ja’Lynn Polk, AD Mitchell, Malachi Corley, Jermaine Burton, Roman Wilson, Jalen McMillan, Luke McCaffrey)
Tight End: 2 (Ben Sinnott, Tip Reiman)
Offensive Linemen: 16
interior Defensive Linemen: 9
EDGE: 6
Linebacker: 6
Cornerback: 9
Safety: 7

Top 20 Players Remaining on the Campus2Canton Big Board:

34. CB TJ Tampa, Iowa State
38. TE JT Sanders, Texas
42. iOL Christian Mahogany, Boston College
50. RB Braelon Allen, Wisconsin
56. LB James Williams, Miami
58. WR Troy Franklin, Oregon
59. S Kitan Oladapo, Oregon State
60. iDL Leonard Taylor, Miami
62. iOL Javion Cohen, Miami
64. NB Jarvis Brownlee Jr., Louisville
68. iOL Sedrick Van Pran, Georgia
70. QB Michael Pratt, Tulane
72. TE Theo Johnson, Penn State
73. CB Kris Abrams-Draine, Missouri
76. iOL Mason McCormick, South Dakota State
79. S Jaden Hicks, Washington State
82. EDGE Austin Booker, Kansas
84. LB Jeremiah Trotter Jr., Clemson
85. EDGE Mo Kamara, Colorado State
87. DL Brandon Dorlus, Oregon

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