Bryce Younger anticipated to land with Houston Texans if Bears maintain first total decide

Former Alabama quarterback Bryce Younger is anticipated to be the primary quarterback chosen within the upcoming 2023 NFL draft. Simply earlier than the tip of the 2022 common season, Younger was additionally anticipated to be the primary total choice within the draft.

The Chicago Bears ended up touchdown the No. 1 spot and presently maintain a priceless decide, as quite a few groups beneath the Bears inside the highest 10 are in want of a quarterback.

A commerce is anticipated by many, contemplating Chicago will probably choose a defensive participant and a QB-needy group pays the worth to maneuver up.

Nevertheless, Luke Easterling of DraftWire has the Bears staying put at No. 1 choosing Alabama outdoors linebacker Will Anderson Jr., which permits Younger to be the very subsequent decide and land with the Houston Texans.

The Texans chosen former Alabama large receiver John Metchie III within the 2022 NFL draft, however he was sidelined earlier than the season started after a leukemia analysis. It’s also being reported that Houston is zeroing in on hiring San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator and former Alabama linebacker DeMeco Ryans because the franchise’s subsequent head coach.

With loads of Alabama connections in Houston, Younger might really feel proper at residence.

Roll Tide Wire will proceed to comply with Younger and different former Alabama gamers as they put together for the 2023 NFL draft.


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