2023 Early Non-QB Prospects to keep your eye on.

I wanted to highlight 4 prospects that if things work out with RIdder, we could be looking at selecting. Yes, I really understand it's early but, in hopes of drawing attention to college football, here's 4 guys that if we were selecting at the same draft position next season.

1. Myles Murphy Clemson DE - I want to assume a few things. Carter and Anderson off the board who should we target? First guy that came to mind is Myles Murphy. Murphy is 6'5 275 that instantly becomes our 5 tech. He has speed, he has power, he has a lot of things that you like in a prospect and he might be selected earlier than 8. If it wasn't a QB heavy draft that is. Murphy gives a star while not as strong as Anderson, he would give a real identity to the defense.

2. Paris Johnson Jr Ohio St OT - Potentially the future RT of the team. Johnson has the length as makes every block you can ask for. Just needs to build strength and if he does, I'd be perfectly fine grabbing him at 8.

3. Bijan Robinson Texas RB - This is probably a little high considering the position but, Robinson is the real deal. He has speed, he has power, he can catch and he's a willing blocker. Now let me be fair, his reported 40 time was 4.77 coming out of high school but, watching his tape, you can see that he's much faster than that. Probably closer to 4.5 maybe 4.48.

4. Kelee Ringo Georgia DB - C'mon now, you really think I wasn't going to mention a Georgia player? Jalen Carter off the board, Ringo would be the 2nd player after him. Ringo has a lot of the traits that could easily make him CB1 if not for Terrel. Long, carries the weight of 205 well, ran a 4.35. It'll be downright impossible not to want to consider him.

This list will very likely become useless in about 5 months but, right now that's who I have pegged as prospects to look at.

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