The 2023 NFL Draft is quickly approaching at the end of April. Between now and then, many of the top prospects for the draft will conduct their remaining visits and interviews with teams.

Included in that group is Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson. According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, Richardson is set to begin his pre-draft visits on Friday with 6 NFL teams currently lined up.

Richardson’s first visit will reportedly be with the Las Vegas Raiders, the team holding the No. 7 overall pick in the draft. He is also expected to visit with the Carolina Panthers, the team with the top pick in the draft following a trade with the Chicago Bears.

Where will Anthony Richardson wind up?

At this point, Richardson is given the third-best odds to become the No. 1 overall pick in the draft per DraftKings. He trails only Ohio State’s CJ Stroud and Alabama’s Bryce Young.

While the Panthers remain likely to go with a more complete product in Stroud or Young, there is the possibility Richardson blows the Panthers away in the process. Either way, he remains a near-lock to become a top-10 pick in the draft, and it sounds like he has generated plenty of interest with the draft weeks away.