The NFL Draft is rapidly approaching.
This is an exciting time for many NFL fanbases and organizations, and it gives TV networks something to discuss in the offseason as well.
Before the draft, many analysts and fans fill out and discuss mock drafts, trying to predict what will happen.
Several premier analysts and media personalities are considered experts on the subject.
On a recent episode of First Take on ESPN, former NFL general manager, Mike Tannenbaum revealed his top five picks.
.@RealTannenbaum has Bryce Young ahead of C.J. Stroud in his NFL mock draft 👀 pic.twitter.com/gwVknSkFks
— First Take (@FirstTake) March 28, 2023
In order, Tannenbaum’s mock draft consists of Bryce Young, C.J. Stroud, Will Anderson Jr, Will Levis, and Hendon Hooker.
If this draft is correct, this would mean that four quarterbacks would be taken in the first five picks.
Tannenbaum also has Young going ahead of Stroud, an unpopular opinion among other analysts.
The Carolina Panthers recently traded up for the number one overall pick, which many have picked to be Stroud.
There have recently been a few questions about Young, including his size.
Young is significantly shorter than the other quarterbacks in this class, and many believe that he will not be able to hold up to the demands of the NFL.
Ultimately, only the teams know what players they are going to be taking.
But, with many of the top draft analysts pointing to Stroud as the number one overall pick, Tannenbaum’s pick of Young is certainly intriguing.
Tannenbaum has also asserted that the Seattle Seahawks will be selecting a quarterback, which was surprising to many given Geno Smith’s recent extension.NEXT: Packers Coach Makes His Thoughts Clear On Aaron Rodgers