2023 NFL Draft Second Round

By Chris Malumphy

With the first pick in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers selected the son of a former alumni, Joey Porter Jr., a cornerback from Penn State. Following a trade between the Tennessee Titans and the Arizona Cardinals, the Titans selected Kentucky quarterback Will Levis. The Lions tabbed tight end Sam LaPorta from Iowa. The Las Vegas Raiders traded with the Indianapolis Colts to draft tight end Michael Mayer from Notre Dame. The Los Angeles Rams decided they couldn't afford to f' this pick and chose guard Steve Avila from TCU. The Seahawks stuck with defense by selecting linebacker Derick Hall from Auburn. With a pick that was traded twice in just a few minutes from the Raiders to the Colts and then to the Falcons, Atlanta selected tackle Matthew Bergeron from Syracuse. Bryce Young will be throwing to Jonathan Mingo, a wide receiver from Mississippi.

The New Orleans Saints used the 9th pick in the second round on defensive end Isaiah Foskey from Notre Dame. LSU linebacker BJ Ojulari will play for the Cardinals. Luke Musgrave, a tight end from Oregon State, was drafted by the Packers. Wisconsin center Joe Tippman will try to protect Aaron Rodgers for the Jets. The Colts followed with cornerback Julius Brents from Kansas State. The Lions traded with the Packers and selected safety Brian Branch of Alabama. The Patriots tabbed Keion White, a defensive end from Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech cornerback Jartavius Martin will play for the Washington Commanders. The Buccaneers traded with the Packers to draft tackle Cody Mauch fromNorth Dakota State. The Steelers liked Keeanu Benton, defensive tackle from Wisconsin. The Packers gave Jordan Love a target by adding Jayden Reed, wide receiver from Michigan State. South Carolina cornerback Cam Smith will play for the Dolphins. The Seahawks drafted UCLA running back Zach Charbonnet. The Bears selected Gervon Dexter, defensive tackle from Florida. USC defensive linemen Tui Tuipulotu was picked by the Chargers. The Chiefs traded up to pick Rashee Rice, a wide receiver from SMU. The Bears traded with the Jaguars to select Tyrique Stevenson, a cornerback from Miami. Minnesota center John Michael Schmitz was selected by the New York Giants. The Cowboys followed with Michigan tight end. Guard Luke Schoonmaker. O'Cyrus Torrence from Florida will help protect Josh Allen for the Bills. The Bengals picked DJ Turner, cornerback from Michigan.

The Jacksonville Jaguars added Penn State tight end Brenton Strange. Penn Stat center/guard Juice Scruggs was drafted by the Texans. Oklahoma's Marvin Mims will play wide receiver for the Broncos.

2023 NFL Draft Round Two
2132Joey Porter Jr.SteelersCBPenn StateBears
2233Will LevisTitansQBKentuckyTexans via Cardinals
2334Sam LaPortaLionsTEIowaCardinals
2435Michael MayerRaidersTENotre DameColts
2536Steve AvilaRamsGTexas Christian
2637Derick HallSeahawksLBAuburnBroncos
2738Matthew BergeronFalconsTSyracuseRaiders via Colts
2839Jonathan MingoPanthersWRMississippi
2940Isaiah FoskeySaintsDENotre Dame
21041BJ OjulariCardinalsLBLouisiana StateTitans
21142Luke MusgravePackersTEOregon StateBrowns via Jets
21243Joe TippmannJetsCWisconsin
21344Julius BrentsColtsCBKansas StateFalcons
21445Brian BranchLionsSAlabamaPackers
21546Keion WhitePatriotsDEGeorgia Tech
21647Jartavius MartinCommandersCBIllinois
21748Cody MauchBuccaneersTNorth Dakota StateLions via Packers
21849Keeanu BentonSteelersDTWisconsin
21950Jayden ReedPackersWRMichigan StateBuccaneers
22051Cam SmithDolphinsCBSouth Carolina
22152Zach CharbonnetSeahawksRBUCLA
22253Gervon DexterBearsDTFloridaRavens
22354Tuli TuipulotuChargersDEUSC
22455Rashee RiceChiefsWRSouthern MethodistVikings via Lions
22556Tyrique StevensonBearsCBMiami (FL)Jaguars
22657John Michael SchmitzGiantsCMinnesota
22758Luke SchoonmakerCowboysTEMichigan
22859O'Cyrus TorrenceBillsGFlorida
22960D.J. TurnerBengalsCBMichigan
23061Brenton StrangeJaguarsTEPenn State49ers via Panthers and Bears
23162Juice ScruggsTexansOCPenn StateEagles
23263Marvin Mims Jr.BroncosWROklahomaChiefs via Lions