2023 NFL Draft: 15 players to watch during the Oregon vs. Georgia matchup

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The 2022-23 college football season is upon, and with the NFL season a little under a week away, the intertwining of draft talk and prospect watching will now commence.

Philadelphia has a ton of NFL draft assets for 2023 and 2024.

With Howie Roseman looking to inject even more youth into a talented roster, this college football season will provide the best overall group of talent to enter the league in years.

There is plenty of opening weekend matchups to watch, and Oregon’s visit to Atlanta to face the Georgia Bulldogs could be the most explosive feature.

With the kickoff scheduled for Saturday afternoon, here are 15 prospects to watch on both teams.

Georgia DE Jalen Carter

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Carter broke out as a sophomore, racking up 33 pressures and 8.5 tackles for loss.

Georgia LB Nolan Smith

Oregon LB Noah Sewell

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The last name speaks for itself.

The younger brother of Penei Sewell is entering his third season as part of the Ducks’ program.

In his two seasons with Oregon, Sewell has 162 tackles, six sacks, one interception, five passes defended, and three forced fumbles.

Oregon OL T.J. Bass

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A left tackle at Oregon, Bass projects as a guard and/or center in the NFL.

Georgia CB Kelee Ringo


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Georgia Safety Christopher Smith

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Georgia TE Darnell Washington


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Georgia RB Kenny McIntosh

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Georgia OL Sedrick Van Pran


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Georgia TE Arik Gilbert

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Oregon LB Justin Flowe

Georgia WR Kearis Jackson

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Georgia RB Kendall Milton

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Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon

Gonzalez has excellent size at cornerback and world-class track speed.

In two seasons with the Colorado Buffaloes, Gonzalez had 78 total tackles and ten passes defended.

A breakout season could move Gonzalez into the first or second-round territory.

Oregon QB Bo Nix


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Nix is a former SEC Freshman of the Year, and the dual-threat quarterback will look to return his name to draft expert’s thoughts after a disappointing end to his Auburn career.

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