Recap: Michigan State football gets three selected in 2023 NFL draft

The 2023 NFL draft concluded after seven rounds and 259 picks. Three Spartans were selected during the draft. Being drafted is a dream come true, and takes away the stress of being an undrafted free agent.

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Let’s recap which Spartans were selected in the 2023 NFL draft and how they could affect their new teams:

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WR Jayden Reed

Team: Green Bay Packers (Round 2, 50th overall)

Impact: Reed has the opportunity to slide in and immediately become the No. 2 or No. 3 wide receiver in the new-look Green Bay offense. Jordan Love needs weapons, and Jayden Reed could be the perfect compliment.

P Bryce Baringer

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Team: New England Patriots (Round 6, 192nd overall)

Impact: Baringer was the best punter in college football this past season, and he has all the tools to continue that trend in the NFL.

CB Ameer Speed

Team: New England Patriots (Round 6, 214th overall)

Impact: Truth be told, there was a lot to be desired from Speed this past season, making him a somewhat shocking selection. If there is any team or coach who could use Speed’s 6-foot-3 frame and his ground work of tools, its Bill Bellichick and the New England Patriots.

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