USC WR Jordan Addison makes first round of yet another NFL mock draft

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NFL draft analyst Seth Trachtman presents a new NFL 2023 mock draft with USC star wide receiver Jordan Addison going at No. 19 to the Arizona Cardinals. 

Addison is taking his talents to USC after playing at Pitt previously and could receive a substantial boost in the new offense. He’s coming off a huge year with 100 catches for 1,593 yards and 17 touchdowns and would be a compatible fit alongside Kyler Murray in Arizona. Getting experience under Lincoln Riley at USC would be a great lead-in to a career spent alongside Murray, who played for Riley and won a Heisman Trophy for the then-Oklahoma coach in 2018.

Keep in mind that Draft Wire recently pegged Addison as a top-15 draft pick.

As a sophomore in 2021, Jordan Addison burst onto the national scene for Pittsburgh with an incredible year that included winning the Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s best receiver. Addison played in 14 games and had 100 catches for 1,593 yards. That’s an average of 15.9 yards per catch. Addison totaled 17 TDs and created a QB rating when targeted of 136.7.

Expect more of the same in USC and Lincoln Riley’s up-tempo offense. It’s hard to go wrong with Caleb Williams leading the way for the USC Trojans, who play the Rice Owls on September 3 in their home opener.

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Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire