NFL draft 2023 questions, risers from Week 3: Big surprises and growing concerns for top prospects, including Tyler Van Dyke, Kayshon Boutte

Week 3 of the 2022 college football season saw another dominant performance from the Georgia defense, an underwhelming showing from quarterback Tyler Van Dyke and his Miami squad in College Station, an Oregon upset of BYU and a big day from a few top 2023 NFL draft running back prospects.

We're now through three full weeks of play. What has surprised so far? Which draft prospects have growing concerns? How is the wide receiver class shaping up, and which quarterbacks with a ton of upside still have things to prove? And which position group has been more solid than previously expected?

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 Van Dyke's outing at Texas A&M. 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 some early-seasons surprises.

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What are you surprised about most through three weeks of the college season?