Clemson draft prospects rankings on the 2023 Consensus Big Board

Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Football program are saying goodbye to some of its star players as they prepare for their futures and the 2023 NFL draft.

The 2022 NFL draft saw just two Tigers selected though the 2023 draft will undoubtedly be different. Payers such as Ruke Orhorhoro, Tyler Davis, and more may have announced their return to school, but that doesn’t mean Clemson won’t still be well-represented in this draft.

The website NFL Mock Draft Database creates a 2023 Consensus Big Board for the class using data compiled from 73 big boards across the football landscape. According to their big board, there are three Tigers with first-round grades. 

Here is a look at every Clemson player who appeared on this Consensus Big Board and where they fall in the rankings currently.

Updated 3/11

Myles Murphy

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Position: Edge

Consensus Big Board Ranking: No.12

Peak Ranking: No.4

Sites projection: No.30 to the New Orleans Saints

Bryan Bresee

Syndication: USA TODAY

Position: Defensive Tackle

Consensus Big Board Ranking: No.22

Peak Ranking: No.8

Sites projection: None

Trenton Simpson

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Position: Linebacker

Consensus Big Board Ranking: No.39

Peak Ranking: No.17

Sites projection: No.34 to the Houston Texans

K.J. Henry

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Position: Edge

Consensus Big Board Ranking: No.146

Peak Ranking: No.66

Sites projection: 

Davis Allen

Syndication: The Greenville News

Position: Tight End

Consensus Big Board Ranking: No.208

Peak Ranking: No.77

Sites projection: 

Jordan McFadden

Syndication: The Greenville News

Position: IOL

Consensus Big Board Ranking: No.285

Peak Ranking: No.185

Sites projection: 

Joseph Ngata

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Position: Wide Receiver

Consensus Big Board Ranking: No.405

Peak Ranking: No.228

Sites projection: 

Story originally appeared on Clemson Wire