The second and third rounds of the 2023 NFL Draft are in the books.
Will Levis' slide ended with Tennessee. The Steelers had a family reunion. The Packers picked a bunch of weapons ... and possibly trolled Aaron Rodgers in the process. The Russell Wilson trade saw its final pick made. The Lions drafted Hendon Hooker. Jason McCourty cut an epic promo where he dissed everything from the Chiefs to Kansas City barbecue.
Now all eyes turn toward Saturday, where Rounds 4-7 will take place from Kansas City.
There's still a wealth of intriguing prospects available, including Georgia cornerback Kelee Ringo, who had a first-round grade from us. Here they are, with their spot in our top 100 rankings: