NFL draft spin, risers: Is Will Anderson Jr. still the No. 1 prospect?

Week 11 of the college football season had a little bit of everything. TCU stayed undefeated by beating Texas in a close one, and Alabama and LSU both narrowly won their matchups. Oregon and UCLA were upset, while Tennessee's offense got back on track. But which 2023 NFL draft prospects stood out?

We asked our draft analysts -- Mel Kiper Jr., Jordan Reid and Matt Miller -- to weigh in on talented Alabama edge rusher Will Anderson Jr. and his standing in this draft class. Then they picked out prospects on college football's best teams who deserve more draft recognition and even looked ahead to yet another talented quarterback class in 2024. Kiper, Reid and Miller also singled out prospects rising up their draft boards and players flying under the radar who could get a draft-stock boost. Finally, they emptied their notebooks with everything they saw and heard over the weekend. Let's get started.

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Is Will Anderson Jr. still the no-doubt No. 1 overall prospect for 2023 -- and could he beat out the quarterbacks to end up the top pick?