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Giants Now: Biggest movers in Daniel Jeremiah's latest top 50 prospect rankings


Biggest movers in Daniel Jeremiah's latest top 50 prospect rankings

With the 2023 NFL Draft just three weeks away, NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah released the latest edition of his top 50 draft prospect rankings.

His most recent rankings, the fourth version of this year's top 50 list, saw numerous players move up or down the board.

Here are the players that moved the most in Jeremiah's latest rankings, along with commentary from the draft analyst.

Biggest Risers

BJ Ojulari, EDGE, LSU - Moved up to No. 35 (+7)

"Ojulari is a polished pass rusher with the athleticism to contribute in multiple ways."

Hendon Hooker, QB, Tennessee - Moved up to No. 44 (+5)

"Hooker is an ultra productive QB with size, accuracy and athleticism."

Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State - Moved up to No. 19 (+4)

"Smith-Njigba reminds me of Amon-Ra St. Brown, and I believe he'll make a similar impact in the NFL."

Deonte Banks, CB, Maryland - Moved up to No. 24 (+4)

"Banks has excellent height, bulk and length for the position."

Emmanuel Forbes, CB, Mississippi State - Moved up to No. 34 (+4)

"Forbes is a rail-thin cornerback with outstanding instincts and ball skills."

Luke Musgrave, TE, Oregon State - Moved up to No. 39 (+4)

"Musgrave is a tall, muscular tight end with elite play speed."

Keeanu Benton, DT, Wisconsin - Moved up to No. 47 (Previously Unranked)

"Benton has the tools to develop into a solid three-down player at the next level."

Biggest Fallers

Keele Ringo, CB, Georgia - Moved down to No. 46 (-6)

"Ringo is a tall, thick cornerback prospect with outstanding straight-line speed."

Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State - Moved down to No. 20 (-5)

"Porter should be a Day 1 starter capable of matching up with the bigger wideouts around the league."

Jordan Addison, WR, USC - Moved down to No. 13 (-4)

"Addison should become a high-volume pass catcher very early in his pro career."

Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee - Moved down to No. 40 (-4)

"Hyatt is a home run hitter with reliable hands."

Fell out of top 50: Tuli Tuipulotu, EDGE, USC (previously No. 46)

NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah updated his ranking of the top 50 prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft.

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