5 Canadian NFL players to look out for in 2023

by Andy Stitzer
2022 Fantasy Football Week 7 Drop List

Canadian NFL fans have plenty to look forward to in the 2023 NFL Draft. They should expect to see many league activities, such as the annual scouting combines, free-agency period, and training camps. They will also be eligible to play in the playoffs and possibly even the Super Bowl.

Here are the top 5 Canadian NFL players to watch out for in the 2023 NFL:

CB Benjamin St-Juste, Washington Commanders, Montreal, Que.

This year, CB Benjamin St-Juste should be a major contributor to any team he plays for. He has the potential to be one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL, with exceptional speed, agility, and ball skills. He has an impressive football IQ and the ability to read the play before it develops, allowing him to make quick decisions and be an impact player on defense. He can be counted on to be a lockdown corner in man coverage, and is a reliable tackler in the open field. With his natural athleticism and developed technique, St-Juste has the potential to be one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL in 2023. Naturally, sports betting fans are looking to put high bets on him.

WR Joshua Palmer, Los Angeles Chargers, Brampton, Ont.

In 2023, we can expect Joshua Palmer to be a dominant wide receiver in the NFL. He will likely be one of the league's top receivers, with the ability to make big plays down the field and be a reliable target for his quarterback. He will be able to create separation with his route running and have the speed to get open deep. He will also be a reliable blocker in the run game, using his size and strength to help create running lanes. With his athleticism and skill set, Palmer can be expected to be one of the best wide receivers in the league in 2023.

LB Alex Singleton, Denver Broncos, Thousand Oaks, Calif.

it is expected that LB Alex Singleton will be a major contributor on defense for whichever NFL team is fortunate enough to employ him. He is a hard-hitting, instinctive linebacker who has the speed and agility to cover sideline-to-sideline. He is a leader on the field, and his football IQ is off the charts. He is also a big-play threat, as he has the ability to make game-changing plays due to his athleticism and willingness to take risks. He will be a key player for any defense, and his impact will be felt immediately.

FS Jevon Holland, Miami Dolphins, Coquitlam, B.C.

Like many other great players, FS Jevon Holland will have established himself as one of the premier defensive backs in the NFL. He will be a leader in the secondary, making plays on the ball and delivering punishing hits, while also providing support against the run. He will have developed into a top-tier defender who can help shut down the opposition's passing attack. On the offensive side of the ball, he'll be expected to contribute as a returner, with his ball-hawking skills helping to provide good field position for his team.

WR Chase Claypool, Pittsburgh Steelers, Abbotsford, B.C.

We can expect Chase Claypool to have cemented his place as one of the NFL's elite wide receivers. He will likely have a few Pro Bowl appearances under his belt, as his combination of size, athleticism, and sure hands make him a dangerous weapon for any offense. His ability to make big plays down the field will have opposing defenses on their toes, and he should be one of the top targets in the league. If all goes well, Claypool should also be in line for a lucrative contract extension that will keep him in black and yellow for years to come.


Overall, 2023 is going to be an exciting year for Canadian NFL fans, as the league continues to expand and develop. With the addition of the Canadian franchise and the chance to witness the best players in the world, it is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

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