2023 NFL draft rankings: Todd McShay's top 350 prospects

After months of watching tape, evaluating testing numbers, making calls around the league and shuffling my board, I'm finally locking in my 2023 NFL draft rankings. This class has a little bit of everything. We have multiple quarterbacks with first-round grades, a handful of dynamic offensive playmakers and some really elite defenders at the top of the deck.

Even though only 259 names will be called over the course of the draft, I ended up ranking 350 prospects. And the list is topped with two 96 grades. For context, I didn't have any players with a grade that high last year, and the last two players to earn marks at least that high were Trevor Lawrence (97 in 2021) and Saquon Barkley (97 in 2018).

I included mini scouting reports for players with an 80-plus grade this year, and I broke out full positional rankings -- which actually include 561 total players and as many as 76 per position. Let's get into it. Here's how my final board stacks up for 2023.

Overall rankings by grade:
90-96 | 80-89 | 70-79 | 60-69
50-59 | 40-49 | 30-39

Position rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C
DE | OLB | DT | ILB | CB | S | K | P | LS