2023 NFL Draft: Full two-round mock after Super Bowl LVII

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Cam Smith, South Carolina Gamecocks
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Cam Smith. 19. player. 48. . Cornerback. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

One of the biggest stories of the 2023 offseason so far has been the retirement of Tom Brady, who brought a Super Bowl to Tampa Bay in his three seasons as the starting quarterback. With Brady retired, Tampa Bay will now turn to Kyle Trask, their second-round pick from the 2021 NFL Draft that has been learning behind the legend the last two seasons.

Looking at team needs, the Bucs have a ton of them, but bolstering the defense may be the No. 1 priority, especially in the defensive backfield. Dak Prescott shredded Tampa Bay in the playoffs, so by adding Cam Smith at cornerback, they can at least start to build back up the secondary.

Seattle Seahawks. O'Cyrus Torrence. 20. player. 36. . Offensive Lineman

The Seattle Seahawks are another NFC team in great shape heading into the offseason, this after making the playoffs behind a strong comeback season from Geno Smith. Already holding a top-10 pick, Seattle will pick later in round one as well, and that selection should be used on fixing some of the issues along the offensive line.

When it comes to interior offensive linemen in this draft class, few stand out more than Florida All-SEC player, O’Cyrus Torrence. He can play all over the offensive line at the next level, but Seattle needs help in the interior, and this would be a solid get at No. 20 overall.