Week 4 of the 2022 college football season had a little bit of everything, including some big performances from the top 2023 NFL Draft perspectives.

Clemson edged out Wake Forest in double overtime despite an amazing performance from the Demon Deacons quarterback. Sam Hartman. Ohio State beat Wisconsin after five touchdown passes from CJ Stroud. Michigan and USC narrowly escaped setbacks, while Texas A&M took out Arkansas. Miami has taken a turn for the worse as a quarterback this season. Tyler Van Dyke was sent to the bench in a shock loss to Middle Tennessee. Oklahoma was also upset that Kansas State quarterback Adrian Martinez was having a big day. And Tennessee took care of the case against Florida, despite playing on the rebound from the Gators signaller. Anthony Richardson.

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NFL Draft Analysts Mel Kiper Jr., Jordan Reid and Matt Miller answer important draft-related questions coming up after the weekend, including how quarterbacks are changing. They also select prospects rising on their draft boards and players who are currently out of the spotlight who could receive an increase in draft stocks. Finally, they empty their notebooks with everything they’ve seen and heard over the weekend. Let’s start with the conclusions about the big Buckeyes win related to the draft.

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Who impressed you the most in Ohio State’s victory over Wisconsin?