Seven Tide players mocked to go in the first two rounds of the NFL draft

Despite missing out on the College Football Playoff in 2022, the Alabama Crimson Tide was still one of the most talented teams in the entire country. Bryce Young and Will Anderson Jr. have been the consensus top two picks in the 2023 NFL draft for some time now.

It is no secret that the Crimson Tide have dominated the draft, especially under head coach Nick Saban. In April 2023, Saban looks to extend his streak of 41 players selected in the first round and 14 straight years of having a player go on the first day of the draft. What he does in Tuscaloosa continues to be unprecedented.

As for the players, Draftwire predicts seven members of the Crimson Tide to hear their names called in the draft’s first two rounds. Alongside Anderson and Young, Brian Branch and Jahmyr Gibbs are both selected to go in the first round as well.

Despite all of the losses, the expectation in 2023 will still be a national title.

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Bryce Young, Houston Texans (No. 1 overall)

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Will Anderson Jr., Chicago Bears (No. 2 overall)

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Brian Branch, Detroit Lions (No. 18 overall)

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Jahmyr Gibbs, Philadelphia Eagles (No. 31 overall)

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Jordan Battle, Cincinnati Bengals (No. 58 overall)

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Henry To'o To'o, Carolina Panthers (No. 59 overall)

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Eli Ricks, Philadelphia Eagles (No. 63 overall)

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