NFL draft spin, risers in Week 4: Big days for C.J. Stroud, Sam Hartman

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

Clemson edged Wake Forest in double overtime despite a terrific outing from Demon Deacons quarterback Sam Hartman. Ohio State handled Wisconsin behind five touchdown passes from C.J. Stroud. Michigan and USC narrowly avoided upsets, and Texas A&M took down Arkansas. Things got worse this season for Miami as quarterback Tyler Van Dyke was benched in a shocking loss to Middle Tennessee. Oklahoma was also upset as Kansas State quarterback Adrian Martinez had a big day. And Tennessee took care of business against Florida despite a bounce-back game from Gators signal-caller Anthony Richardson.

NFL draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr., Jordan Reid and Matt Miller answer big draft-related questions coming out of the weekend's slate, including how the quarterback board is shifting. 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 draft-related takeaways from the Buckeyes' big win.

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