Week 2 of the 2022 college football season saw wild upsets, a battle between top 2023 NFL draft quarterback prospects Will Levis and Anthony Richardson, receiver breakouts and a big winning drive from Alabama.
Neither Levis nor Richardson had a standout performance Saturday night, but what does it mean for the two QBs' draft stock? A handful of top-tier receivers posted big numbers, but does it mean they are moving up draft boards? Is Jordan Addison in contention to be the class' top pass-catcher after two big games? And what should we take away from Alabama's stars coming up big late in a close game against Texas?
NFL draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr., Jordan Reid and Matt Miller answer big draft-related questions coming out of the weekend's slate, including what to make of the Kentucky-Florida QB matchup and the Alabama-Texas showdown in Austin. They also pick out prospects rising up their draft boards and players currently flying under the radar who could get a draft stock boost. Finally, they empty their notebooks with everything they saw and heard over the weekend. Let's get started with a closer look at Levis vs. Richardson.
Big questions | Risers
Under the radar
Emptying the notebook