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Associated Press

March 28, 2023

Introducing the 2023 NFL Draft Prospect Stocks

Last fall we launched the very first College Football Player Stock Market. Over 100 quarterbacks made their debut on Mojo and saw their stocks rise and fall with every play, bit of noteworthy news, and trade on the very first market of its kind.

We saw incredible gains from players like Anthony Richardson (Florida), whose stock price rose by more than 300% since the beginning of last season. We saw others not do so well, like Devin Leary (N.C. State in 2022, now at Kentucky) whose stock fell 45% as he suffered a season-ending injury and eventually transferred. 

“Sure thing” prospects like Bryce Young (Alabama) and C.J. Stroud (Ohio State) saw their stocks rise more than 30% each as the market showed confidence in their NFL future.

When the Senior Bowl came around we introduced the first running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends into the market. Since then Dalton Kincaid (TE, Utah) is up nearly 40% and Tyjae Spears (RB, Tulane) is up nearly 50%!

Today, we launch the rest of the 2023 NFL Draft class! 63 more running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends, all ready to be bet on just like stocks!

If you’re new to Mojo, this is a great place to start learning about us! You’ll find a detailed breakdown of the app, what share prices mean, what drives price movement, what’s a Multiplier and more!

Which New Players are Available to Trade?

Bijan Robinson, RB Texas ($13.50)

Robinson racked up over 3,300 yards from scrimmage and 35 total touchdowns in his final two seasons for Texas and has the highest share price of any non-QB prospect. Can he become the first running back to secure early first round NFL Draft capital since Saquon Barkley? If so, his stock could skyrocket!

Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR Ohio State ($10.54)

“JSN” is already the highest priced WR prospect in this class and just saw his stock rise 4% in the last week after he ran a 4.48-second forty-yard dash at his pro day. If things continue trending towards him being the first receiver off the NFL Draft board that could mean an even steeper climb for his future Mojo Value.

Michael Mayer, TE Notre Dame ($8.76). 

Mayer is the highest priced TE in this class by a good margin. Why is he priced with such optimism? He posted back to back 800-yard seasons for the Irish in 2021 and 2022. He is the consensus TE1 in this class already, but after a solid NFL Combine and 90th percentile agility scores at his pro day his stock continues to rise!

Do you want to target some pass-catching running backs with elite speed? Jahmyr Gibbs (Alabama) or Devon Achane (Texas A&M) are right there waiting for you.

Maybe you’re looking for some bruising bully backs? Zach Charbonnet (UCLA), Tank Bigsby (Auburn), and Roschon Johnson (Texas) are there for the taking.

How about some deep threat wide receivers who could score a touchdown at any time? Jalin Hyatt (Tennessee), Marvin Mims (Oklahoma), and Trey Palmer (Nebraska) are all up for grabs on Mojo.

Invest in any or all of the 100 NFL Draft prospects on Mojo now! And be on the lookout for more College Football players to join the market here soon too.

Full 2023 NFL Draft Prospect List

A.T. Perry, WR Wake Forest

Adrian Martinez, QB Kansas State

Aidan O'Connell, QB Purdue

Anthony Richardson, QB Florida

Bijan Robinson, RB Texas

Brayden Willis, TE Oklahoma

Brenton Strange, TE Penn State

Bryce Ford-Wheaton, WR West Virginia

Bryce Young, QB Alabama

C.J. Stroud, QB Ohio State

Cameron Latu, TE Alabama

Camerun Peoples, RB Appalachian State

Cedric Tillman, WR Tennessee

Charlie Jones, WR Purdue

Chase Brown, RB Illinois

Chris Rodriguez Jr., RB Kentucky

Clayton Tune, QB Houston

Dalton Kincaid, TE Utah

Darnell Washington, TE Georgia

Davis Allen, TE Clemson

Demario Douglas, WR Liberty

Deneric Prince, RB Tulsa

Derius Davis, WR TCU

Deuce Vaughn, RB Kansas State

Devon Achane, RB Texas A&M

DeWayne McBride, RB UAB

Dontay Demus, WR Maryland

Dontayvion Wicks, WR Virginia

Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB UCLA

Elijah Higgins, WR Stanford

Eric Gray, RB Oklahoma

Evan Hull, RB Northwestern

Grant DuBose, WR Charlotte

Hendon Hooker, QB Tennessee

Holton Ahlers, QB East Carolina

Israel Abanikanda, RB Pittsburgh

Jacob Copeland, WR Maryland

Jadon Haselwood, WR Arkansas

Jahmyr Gibbs, RB Alabama

Jake Haener, QB Fresno State

Jalen Cropper, WR Fresno State

Jalen Wayne, WR South Alabama

Jalin Hyatt, WR Tennessee

Jared Wayne, WR Pittsburgh

Jaren Hall, QB BYU

Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR Ohio State

Jayden Reed, WR Michigan State

Jonathan Mingo, WR Ole Miss

Jordan Addison, WR USC

Joseph Ngata, WR Clemson

Josh Downs, WR North Carolina

Josh Whyle, TE Cincinnati

Justin Shorter, WR Florida

Kayshon Boutte, WR LSU

Keaton Mitchell, RB East Carolina

Kendre Miller, RB TCU

Kenny McIntosh, RB Georgia

Lew Nichols III, RB Central Michigan

Lindsey Scott Jr., QB Incarnate Word

Luke Musgrave, TE Oregon State

Luke Schoonmaker, TE Michigan

Malik Cunningham, QB Louisville

Marshon Ford, TE Louisville

Marvin Mims, WR Oklahoma

Matt Landers, WR Arkansas

Max Duggan, QB TCU

Michael Mayer, TE Notre Dame

Michael Wilson, WR Stanford

Mohamed Ibrahim, RB Minnesota

Nathaniel Dell, WR Houston

Parker Washington, WR Penn State

Payne Durham, TE Purdue

Puka Nacua, WR BYU

Quentin Johnston, WR TCU

Rakim Jarrett, WR Maryland

Rashee Rice, WR SMU

Ronnie Bell, WR Michigan

Roschon Johnson, RB Texas

Sam LaPorta, TE Iowa

SaRodorick Thompson, RB Texas Tech

Sean Tucker, RB Syracuse

Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Tank Bigsby, RB Auburn

Tanner McKee, QB Stanford

Tavion Thomas, RB Utah

Tiyon Evans, RB Louisville

Todd Centeio, QB James Madison

Travis Dye, RB USC

Tre Tucker, WR Cincinnati

Trey Palmer, WR Nebraska

Tucker Kraft, TE South Dakota State

Tyjae Spears, RB Tulane

Tyler Scott, WR Cincinnati

Will Levis, QB Kentucky

Will Mallory, TE Miami (FL)

Xavier Hutchinson, WR Iowa State

Zach Charbonnet, RB UCLA

Zach Evans, RB Ole Miss

Zack Kuntz, TE Old Dominion

Zay Flowers, WR Boston College

Prices are current as of 3/28/23 at 4:00 PM
Travis May is a full time employee of Mojo. All trades you make are with Mojo, which sets the lines as the “house”. Recommendations are for entertainment purposes only. Please use your own judgment and data to make trades. 21+. Must be in NJ to trade. Gambling Problem? 1-800-GAMBLER
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