In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, the first 10 picks are all on offense, including four quarterbacks. While some picks are becoming clearer, there is still the potential for surprising selections to shake up the NFL Draft, especially as prospects redefine their stock in Indianapolis at the 2024 NFL Combine.

2024 NFL Mock Draft | Round 1

To set the scene, in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, Justin Fields has been traded from the Chicago Bears to the Pittsburgh Steelers for the No. 51 pick & a 2025 third-round pick. Meanwhile, the Atlanta Falcons signed Russell Wilson to be their starter.

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1) Chicago Bears: Caleb Williams, QB, USC

We have reached the point where anything other than USC QB Caleb Williams at No. 1 would be a shock. The sticking point is Fields. However, the Bears reached a trade with the Steelers in this mock.

Williams has the rare talent to usher in a new offensive scheme in Chicago, and his unrivaled creation capacity makes him an exciting addition to the NFL. His ability to perform in and out of structure and pure arm strength gives the former USC QB a higher ceiling than Fields and the tools to succeed immediately at the next level.

2) Washington Commanders: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

With new ownership and a new front office, it is the season for change in the capital. The Washington Commanders must consider selecting a quarterback when they are on the clock with the second pick.

Drake Maye is the modern prototype passer who can succeed under Kliff Kingsbury, and his high-end arm talent and mental inclinations are worthy of being taken this high. His processing, anticipation, awareness, and scrambling ability will allow him to make decisions quickly and utilize his playmaking options.

3) New England Patriots: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

The Patriots will have to decide whether they should take an offensive weapon or a quarterback. However, that should be a relatively straightforward conversation as they can’t go into the 2024 season with anything to pin their future to under center.

Jayden Daniels is coming off the best season of his career, and his proven development year after year will have GMs salivating. With the ability to layer the ball to receivers or use his game-changing athleticism to generate yards himself, the former LSU QB is very different from recent New England passers. That dual-threat capacity will cause as many problems in the NFL as it did in college.

4) Arizona Cardinals: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

The Cardinals are in prime position to vacuum up a truly generational talent if the first three picks are quarterbacks. There could be the option to move back, but with seven picks in the top 105 selections, Arizona should select the receiver who could have a similar impact to Larry Fitzgerald.

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There is nothing that Marvin Harrison Jr. can’t do, and his speed, sharp route running, and smooth athleticism could make him one of the better WRs in the NFL at the end of his rookie season.

5) Los Angeles Chargers: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Harrison is taking all the plaudits in this loaded receiver class, but Malik Nabers is a special talent and a top-five player overall.

At 6’0” and 200 pounds, Nabers’ twitchy and physical playstyle had him toying with defenders at the college level. With the ability to play from multiple alignments, the former LSU receiver’s electric elusiveness makes him impactful at all three levels.

6) New York Giants: J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

The Giants have made a rod for their own back, paying Daniel Jones $40 million a year. A bad decision made in the past shouldn’t stop them from exploring the market in 2024, and the front office may well be in job-saving mode.

J.J. McCarthy has the draft community split right now, but everyone needs to be ready for him to go earlier than many suggest. The former Michigan QB is a proven winner and has glowing athleticism with dextrous arm talent. At just 21, there is a case to be made that he should be the fourth QB off the board in April.

7) Tennessee Titans: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

The Titans need to retool their offensive line, and taking a high-end talent at the top of the 2024 NFL Draft is a great place to start.

Joe Alt is a hulking left tackle at 6’8” and 315 pounds, but he also has the flexibility and rare athletic ability to be a perennial All-Pro in the NFL.

8) Atlanta Falcons: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, we are working under the pretense that the Falcons have signed Russell Wilson, who could be released by the Broncos this offseason. With Atlanta believing they are in win-now mode, the Falcons pursuing a veteran QB is logical.

If that is the case, then Atlanta needs to provide more options at receiver outside of Drake London. Former Washington WR Rome Odunze receives rave reviews from NFL draft analysts and looks like a lock for the top 10.

Odunze has the speed, strength, and body control to give NFC South defense fits in 2024, and his separation mastery will make him a go-to weapon in the NFL.

9) Chicago Bears: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Tight ends can be the best friend of rookie QBs. The Bears already have one in Cole Kmet, but they could also add another in Brock Bowers.

That is because Bowers is more than a tight end. He has the versatility and the skill set to be a transcendent weapon at the next level, and he has the pass-catching ability at all three levels to elevate the offense in Chicago to the next level alongside Williams.

10) New York Jets: Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State

The Jets need to rework the protection of Aaron Rodgers in 2024, and Olu Fashanu is the perfect prospect to do that. While he still has some work to do as a run blocker to hit his sky-high ceiling, Fashanu has the size, athleticism, and physicality to dominate as a pass blocker, as his natural leverage and explosive movement make it difficult to get around him.

11) Minnesota Vikings: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

Kirk Cousins has returned to Minneapolis in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, meaning the Vikings can fill other holes in the first round. One such need is a dynamic pass rusher; in this scenario, they get the pick of the bunch.

Dallas Turner has rare athletic traits that give him a foundation to build upon in the NFL. His flexibility and burst make him elusive, and if he can develop his strength profile in the pros, then Turner has the highest ceiling of all the edge rushers in the 2024 class.

12) Denver Broncos: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

Bo Nix is the type of quarterback who will flourish under Sean Payton. A fantastic distributor within structure, he also has underrated creation ability outside of the pocket if the play breaks down.

The type of QB who plays with tempo within a system, Nix’s accuracy, decision-making, and intellect make him the ideal option for the Broncos with the No. 12 pick.

13) Las Vegas Raiders: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

Taliese Fuaga cemented himself among the top names in the 2024 NFL Draft with an incredible showing at the Senior Bowl in Mobile. While exclusively a right tackle in college, the former Oregon State tackle has the traits and fundamentals to flip and play LT if needed.

At 6’6” and 330 pounds, Fuaga has a mauler mentality and can equally prevent pass rushers and create opportunities in the running game.

14) New Orleans Saints: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

The overwhelming size and raw athleticism will have NFL teams rushing for Amarius Mims. The Saints love drafting athletic freaks early and developing them. While not considered to be the best of an impressive OT class, the former Georgia RT has the traits to go in the top 15.

There is no doubt that Mims will need time to continue his development after only starting a handful of college games. However, his brutish size, strength, and burst can make him the future of an aging Saints offensive line.

15) Indianapolis Colts: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

The thought of Anthony Richardson throwing balls to Brian Thomas Jr. is too much to turn down. At 6’4” and 205 pounds, Thomas has game-breaking speed and the elusive route running to create acres of separation. That Richardson/Thomas combination could be deadly for years to come in Indianapolis.

16) Seattle Seahawks: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

Jared Verse is the ideal edge rusher for the new Mike Macdonald system in Seattle. His versatility, physicality, and power will make him an instant contributor for the Seahawks.

17) Jacksonville Jaguars: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Quinyon Mitchell hasn’t taken a wrong step throughout the pre-draft process, and his draft stock continues to ascend. With instant speed, lurking coverage ability, and robust physicality, Mitchell can be a lockdown corner at the next level and the ideal complement alongside Tyson Campbell in Jacksonville.

18) Cincinnati Bengals: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

Offensive tackle has been a popular pick for Cincinnati for several years now, and the need remains prevalent. JC Latham is one of the top tackles in the 2024 NFL draft class. He is physically gifted and comes with bags of potential.

At 6’6” and 335 pounds, Latham has rare size. The former Alabama OT is an absolute unit with significant lower body strength to establish his base in the running and passing game.

19) Los Angeles Rams: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Terrion Arnold is establishing himself at the top of this CB class. He is physically and athletically gifted and has unmatched twitch and mobility.

The former Alabama CB’s speed, toughness, and awareness allow him to dominate at the line of scrimmage and at the catch point. He has the hallmarks to be the powerful secondary presence the Rams require.

20) Pittsburgh Steelers: Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon

The Steelers already needed a center. However, after the news that Pittsburgh has released Mason Cole, that need has become more pressing.

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Jackson Powers-Johnson has established himself as a first-round talent after his excellent performance at the Senior Bowl. At 6’3” and 330 pounds, he plays with astonishing athleticism for his size, while he has the grit and physical attitude to fit the Steeler mentality.

21) Miami Dolphins: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

The Dolphins have surprisingly more needs than anticipated, which wasn’t made easier by the late injuries to their pass rush.

Laiatu Latu could slip due to his medical history, but his on-field production is worthy of a higher pick. The UCLA Bruins star has the intelligence, instincts, and pass-rush tools expected of a veteran while also possessing the springy flexibility to terrorize offensive linemen in the NFL.

22) Philadelphia Eagles: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

The temptation to give the Eagles a corner is overbearing. However, it simply isn’t what GM Howie Roseman does in the first round. Philly doesn’t force needs -– however deep they may be -– and often chooses to build from within the trenches.

Chop Robinson is extremely raw but has elite athletic traits to buy into. With twitch, bend, and developing power, the Eagles should feel confident they can coach the former Penn State pass rusher into a star.

23) Houston Texans (From CLE): Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

The Texans require another playmaking presence in their secondary alongside Derek Stingley Jr., and Nate Wiggins checks all the height, length, and speed boxes.

Despite currently being on the slender side, Wiggins’ excellent athleticism, fluid movement skills, and toughness allow him to limit separation, while his stop-start speed allows him to make plays on the ball.

24) Dallas Cowboys: AD Mitchell, WR, Texas

The Cowboys need to find another legitimate weapon for Dak Prescott if they are to challenge the later stages of the playoffs in 2024. Signing one would prove far too expensive, and this class is loaded with talent.

At 6’4” and 195 pounds, Adonai Mitchell has the blazing speed and savvy route running to leave defenders quaking. He catches everything that comes his way and would prove a reliable second option for Dallas alongside CeeDee Lamb.

25) Green Bay Packers: Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Tyler Guyton is the exact type of player that Green Bay loves to draft. Possibly the most athletically gifted offensive tackle in this class, the former Oklahoma OT would fill a need while also hitting the physical benchmarks Green Bay prefers.

At 6’7” and 328 pounds, Guyton is a physical prototype, and while he can still develop as a run blocker, his strength, balance, and flexibility give him the upward development curve to go highly in the 2024 NFL Draft.

26) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

Tampa Bay needs to improve in their secondary if they are to take the next step. With plenty of talent available early, getting younger and cheaper would be wise.

Cooper DeJean is a versatile playmaker who can line up anywhere in the secondary. He is a supersized ball hawk who displays strong instincts, off-the-charts awareness, and elite athleticism.

27) Arizona Cardinals (From HOU): Kool-Aid McKinstrey, CB, Alabama

The Cardinals should continue the theme of just drafting good players regardless of position as they continue to build out their roster.

The hype around Kool-Aid McKinstry has cooled since the summer. However, as a long press-corner, he has the football IQ, awareness, and anticipation to make plays. Meanwhile, he also has the legitimate speed and sticky route mirroring to play a long time in the NFL.

28) Buffalo Bills: Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

With plenty of pending free agents on the defensive line, Bryon Murphy II would not only fill a need, but he would be an upgrade.

Murphy’s explosive first step and twitched-up rushing ability dominate the pocket, while his natural leverage allows him to swallow up gaps as a ruin blocker.

29) Detroit Lions: Darius Robinson, DL, Missouri

The Lions need to add to their pass rush alongside Aidan Hutchinson, and Darius Robinson is the versatile mauler type that Detroit could fall in love with.

A hyperactive athlete who can rotate inside and out, Robinson’s maturation is ascending year-on-year. At 6’5” and 286 pounds, he has the size, explosiveness, and strength conversion to continue developing to a high level.

30) Baltimore Ravens: Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois

The Ravens can pair need with value at 30th overall. With a handful of potential free agents on the defensive line, Baltimore will need to retool in 2024.

Johnny (Jer’Zhan) Newton is an instant playmaker who has imposing explosiveness. His great athletic profile and violent play style -– combined with his intelligence, skill moves, and thunderous power -– fit exactly what the Ravens want on defense.

31) San Francisco 49ers: Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

The 49ers need to find a young corner they can continue building their secondary around. Ennis Rakestraw Jr. is a smooth mover with the acceleration to turn upfield quickly.

His flexible body control allows him to follow routes and erase receivers with his speed, power, and physicality.

32) Kansas City Chiefs: Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

Despite winning the Super Bowl, it is difficult to get away from the Chiefs needing to continue to grow at the receiver position.

Keon Coleman has all the measurables, fluidity, and physicality to create separation during his routes, while his awareness and ball tracking are some of the best in this deep WR class.

Round 2

33) Carolina Panthers: Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

The path forward for the Panthers in 2024 is clear. Make life easier for Bryce Young. Receivers are the ultimate need, but Young needs better protection if he is going to elevate his play.

Troy Fautanu would be a steal in the second round and has the capabilities to be a top-20 player in this class. With physical and athletic dominance — while also having guard/tackle versatility — Fautanu would provide flexibility across the offensive line and would cement himself as a starter on Day 1.

34) New England Patriots: Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

The Patriots took their QB with the third pick of this 2024 NFL Mock Draft; now they need to build around him. Ladd McConkey is a pure separator and will be a quarterback’s safety net in the NFL. His twitchy athleticism and strong hands make him a dynamic threat at all three levels.

35) Arizona Cardinals: T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

At 6’4” and 366 pounds, players are simply not built like T’Vondre Sweat. His rare size translates to formidable power. The former Texas defensive tackle showed at the Senior Bowl that he has all-encompassing strength that translates as a run stuffer — but also as a scary pocket disruptor.

36) Washington Commanders: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

There isn’t an offensive lineman in the 2024 NFL Draft with the versatility that Graham Barton possesses. The Duke lineman can play all five spots, boasts unique athleticism, and plays with nuanced control and refined toughness.

37) Los Angeles Chargers: Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

Jordan Morgan will be able to slide right in at RT for the Chargers. With his smooth athleticism, explosive first step, and natural balance, Morgan has the development tendencies and versatility to secure a spot in LA.

38) Tennessee Titans: Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

Kamari Lassiter is a hard-hitting, physical corner who plays with ridiculous toughness and violence. He also displays great awareness and skill in coverage, and as a zone coverage corner, he can excel in run support and be a game-changing blitzer when called upon.

39) New York Giants: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

Troy Franklin is a lanky receiver with impressive length, but he needs to build out his frame at the next level. However, his explosive burst, insane catch radius, and clean hands make him an effective weapon at all three levels. Franklin’s snappy route running and agility will make him a favored weapon at MetLife.

40) Washington Commanders (From CHI): Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

After trading away Montez Sweat and Chase Young, the Commanders need to add young, exciting talent to the defensive line. Chris Braswell is a physical player who has violent, tenacious hand placement to overpower from the edge.

41) Green Bay Packers (From NYJ): T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

The priority for the Packers this offseason is fixing their secondary. At 6’2” and 200 pounds, T.J. Tampa has the size, speed, and instinctual awareness to be the future CB1 in Green Bay.

42) Minnesota Vikings: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, the Vikings re-signed QB Cousins. While that solves the immediate need, Minnesota should look to secure their future at the position for Cousins’ eventual exit.

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Michael Penix Jr. has starter potential in the NFL. With legitimate arm talent, accuracy, and decision-making, Penix is an active QB who can manipulate defenders with a natural feel for pressure.

43) Atlanta Falcons: Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

Bralen Trice is a productive rusher who is an undiluted disruptor. He is always looking to make something happen with his pure power that has surprising speed conversion. Trice’s never-ending motor, explosive first step, and ability to mix up his attack mean he can instantly enter the Falcons’ defensive line rotation as a rookie.

44) Las Vegas Raiders: Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

Kris Jenkins has an excellent combination of power and athleticism, making him a rare commodity at the position. His explosive first step and notable flexibility make him an outstanding run defender with a high floor.

45) New Orleans Saints (From DEN): Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

Xavier Worthy is an electric, creative playmaker who plays with a ton of energy. His speed and explosiveness through all three levels provide bounds of separation. Despite his dynamite athleticism, he may fall well into Round 2.

Worthy is extremely light — listed at just 172 pounds — which could impact his stock when April rolls around.

46) Indianapolis Colts: Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas

Austin Booker may not have played much in college, but he is lightning in a bottle. The twitched-up athlete has an abundance of potential while already having a great pass-rush arsenal.

47) New York Giants (From SEA): Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

What happens next with Evan Neal at right tackle is to be determined. However, there is an option to kick him inside to right guard. If that happens, Kingsley Suamataia’s bruising size, strength, and unfathomable athleticism provide another option as New York looks to solidify its offensive line.

48) Jacksonville Jaguars: Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

Ruke Orhorhoro is a versatile defensive lineman who has the speed and power profile to overwhelm opposing interior linemen. The former Clemson Tiger is slippery fading blocks and has good athleticism and bend to react quickly off the snap and disrupt the pocket.

49) Cincinnati Bengals: Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

Ja’Tavion Sanders has the athleticism and movement skills to get open up the seam. It’s easy to see him developing into a phenomenal option for Joe Burrow. With excellent length and a massive catch radius, Sanders is physical at the catch point and is unfazed by contact.

50) Philadelphia Eagles: Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri

Kris Abrams-Draine is an effortless athlete who thrives in coverage. A playmaker with the ball in the air, Abrams-Draine has the speed, explosiveness, and awareness to be an NFL starter. Despite being 5’11” and 178 pounds, Abrams-Draine is a route disruptor and catch-point troublemaker.

51) Chicago Bears (From PIT): Zach Frazier, C, West Virginia

Zach Frazier’s talent is borderline first-round caliber. However, after undergoing surgery on a leg injury, Frazier is still recovering, although reports state he has progressed faster than anyone expected.

Those slight concerns may see him fall, but his athleticism and physicality combine to make a bruising center who plays the game with a nasty edge.

52) Los Angeles Rams: Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

Roger Rosengarten rarely put a foot wrong playing right tackle for the Washington Huskies. His initial burst limits speed rushers while he remains diligent in pass protection. While his lack of lower body strength appears in the run game, Rosengarten continues to show great balance and leverage.

53) Philadelphia Eagles: Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

Tyler Nubin has the experience and skill to play right away in Philly. After checking all the size measurables, Nubin plays with incredible instincts and vision while having the required athleticism and range to boost his ball production.

54) Cleveland Browns: Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

Xavier Legette couldn’t take the steps expected on the all-star circuit. However, at 6’1” and 225 pounds, he has excellent athletic traits and the strength to compete at the catch point. That was on full display during a breakout season for South Carolina.

55) Miami Dolphins: Christian Haynes, G, UConn

The Dolphins have multiple spots that need addressing on the offensive line, and Christian Haynes would be a great addition to one of the interior positions. With the ability to play guard or center, Haynes has the size, strength, and explosiveness to be impactful as a rookie.

With his ability to create leverage with his power and having the balance to sustain it, Haynes is one of the top interior prospects in the 2024 NFL Draft.

56) Dallas Cowboys: Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami (FL)

With the future of Jayron Kearse up in the air, the Cowboys attack the need in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft.

Kamren Kinchens plays with intense toughness and is strong as a tackler despite lacking accuracy at times. However, it is his rare playmaking ability that makes Kinchens so enticing. His intelligence and instincts to locate and react to the football are the best in this class, and his athleticism gives Kinchens exceptional range to attack the ball.

57) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

Robinson takes most of the plaudits from the Penn State defensive line, meaning his running mate, Adisa Isaac, continues to be overlooked.

Isaac, meanwhile, is an incredible talent in his own right. An extremely toolsy player, he has overwhelming strength, accurate hands, and enough agility and bend to punish his opponents.

58) Green Bay Packers: Beau Brade, S, Maryland

Beau Brade may be the most overlooked defensive back in the entire draft. At 6’2” and 209 pounds, Brade is a strong safety who can play at every level of defense.

His speed, versatility, and instincts are enough to invest in on their own, but his aggressive physicality when Brade hits defenders is brutish.

59) Houston Texans: Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah

Jonah Elliss personifies a never-say-die attitude. His hot motor is commendable, but he also pairs traits with his mental fortitude. The productive Utah defensive prospect has the power and initial burst to get into the backfield, plus the movement and hand placement to get off blocks.

60) Buffalo Bills: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

Buffalo needs to add receiving weapons, and Roman Wilson is as reliable as they come. An underrated athlete, the Michigan wide receiver runs sharp and nuanced routes with the agility and flexibility to bend and stop on a dime. His solid hands and after-the-catch ability should suit Buffalo to a tee.

61) Detroit Lions: Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest

Caelen Carson has the twitch and athleticism to flourish in the NFL — especially in man coverage, where he can use his instant acceleration, ball tracking, and feisty playstyle to beat receivers.

62) Baltimore Ravens: Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida

The Ravens are unlikely to re-sign Odell Beckham Jr. and need an alternative option outside Zay Flowers and Rashod Bateman.

Ricky Pearsall is explosive enough as a receiver, but his insane catch radius allows him to make acrobatic catches. His anticipation during routes and physicality to work through traffic will fit in well in Baltimore.

63) San Francisco 49ers: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

Kiran Amegadjie has the versatility to play tackle or guard with a colossal frame and active footwork, meaning the prospect from Yale could play right tackle immediately with the 49ers.

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While still raw, at 6’5” and 326 pounds, Amegadjie flashes a dominant power profile and prevailing explosiveness.

64) Kansas City Chiefs: Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

With pending free agents at the position, including Chris Jones, the Chiefs won’t be able to keep everyone. Braden Fiske can plug the gap with his forceful playstyle, functional strength, and natural balance.

Round 3

65) Carolina Panthers: Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

Ja’Lynn Polk is an extremely versatile weapon that the Panthers will be able to scheme open. With strong hands, physicality, and a large catch radius, the former Washington receiver will become the go-to weapon for Bryce Young.

66) Arizona Cardinals: Cooper Beebe, G, Kansas State

Cooper Beebe can start as a rookie. With plenty of versatility and experience, the former Kansas State Wildcat has intelligence, power, and counters to overcome his athletic deficiencies.

67) Washington Commanders: Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

With plenty of experience at the linebacker position scheduled to hit free agency, it is reasonable to expect the Commanders to shore up the position this offseason.

Edgerrin Cooper is one of the top linebackers in the 2024 NFL Draft. Cooper can get off blocks with his physicality and hand usage while also possessing the sideline-to-sideline range and speed to hunt down runners.

68) New England Patriots: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

Patrick Paul is far from the polished article but offers size (6’7”, 315 pounds), smooth athleticism, and nimble footwork. He’s raw, but Paul has the intangibles the Patriots have historically looked for.

69) Los Angeles Chargers: Leonard Taylor III, DT, Miami (FL)

Leonard Taylor III offers high-level potential but never put a consistent run together in college. However, the flashes show Taylor’s enormous ceiling, where he offers a great athletic profile, havoc-causing disruption with plenty of skill moves, and unrelenting flexibility.

70) New York Giants: Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

Marshawn Kneeland’s draft stock is ascending as he proved he can compete with a higher level of competition at the Senior Bowl. The ideal addition to the Giants pass-rush rotation, Kneeland has the hyperactive motor, power, and bend to rush the passer and stop the run.

71) Arizona Cardinals (From TEN): Brandon Dorlus, DL, Oregon

At 6’3” and 272 pounds, Brandon Dorlus is considered a tweener. However, he combines power with burst to beat defenders wherever he is aligned. With the ability to rush with speed or power equally, the Cardinals can slot Dorlus in as an early-career starter on their defensive line.

72) New York Jets: Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina

The Jets need to provide Rodgers with another weapon outside of Garrett Wilson. Devontez Walker still needs to become more polished in his routes, but his easy, explosive athleticism and length make him a true deep-field threat.

73) Detroit Lions (From MIN): McKinnley Jackson, DT, Texas A&M

McKinnley Jackson has the twitched-up athleticism to complement the existing pieces on the Lions’ defensive front and will inject explosive movement and pocket disruption to the interior.

74) Atlanta Falcons: Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

The Falcons would turn into box office viewing with this set of weapons. As a result of the selections in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, Drake London, Kyle Pitts, Rome Odunze, and Malachi Corley are the primary receiving options.

Corley is very different from any of the others. As a slot option, he has shape change of direction, sticky hands, and insane RAC ability.

75) Chicago Bears: Malik Washington, WR, Virginia

At 5’8” and 192 pounds, Malik Washington may be small, but he is mighty. The twitched-up athlete will be a dynamic slot option in the NFL, where he can use his explosiveness, sharp change of direction, and awareness to find space and work through traffic.

76) Seattle Seahawks: Dominick Puni, G, Kansas

The Seahawks need to address the interior of their offensive line in the 2024 NFL draft, and there is plenty of depth to do it. Dominick Puni has above-average athleticism but wins primarily with his domineering power profile and acute intelligence and awareness.

77) Las Vegas Raiders: Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame

Cam Hart is a versatile corner who can succeed in man or zone. At 6’3” and 204 pounds, he has exceptional size traits and carries his instantaneous speed extremely well. A long strider with active footwork, the Notre Dame product can intervene in routes and instinctually read the quarterback.

78) Seattle Seahawks: Junior Colson, LB, Michigan

Junior Colson has the athleticism and physical makeup to be the top linebacker in the 2024 NFL Draft. With smooth coverage ability, quality movement skills, and exciting range, he closes on the ball well. Meanwhile, he also had the field vision and power profile to stick with attackers during routes.

79) Atlanta Falcons (From JAX): Jarvis Brownlee, CB, Louisville

Jarvis Brownlee has a chance to be the CB2 in Atlanta outside of AJ Terrell. While he is short at 5’10”, he has a catch radius that exceeds expectations. His instincts and instant change of direction allow him to attack the ball, and he has the versatility and physicality to cover tight ends if required.

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Brownlee excelled at the Senior Bowl, covering everything. Anticipate him to go earlier than many expect.

80) Cincinnati Bengals: DeWayne Carter, DT, Duke

DeWayne Carter is a disruptor through the middle with the potential to play all three downs in the NFL. He is a terror when attacking the interior, with his power and energetic footwork providing him with balance. Meanwhile, his strong lower half gives him the play strength to create leverage.

81) Denver Broncos: Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State

At 6’2” and 280 pounds, Michael Hall Jr. doesn’t offer the versatility that others do in this class. However, his natural athleticism and explosiveness make him burst off the snap, and his unrelenting motor is challenging for any offensive lineman.

82) Indianapolis Colts: Calen Bullock, S, USC

Calen Bullock has the ball skills and range, which means the Colts finally have the answer to their safety issues. An athlete with enough length, Bullock displays physicality through his tackles and enough speed to close down space despite only being 6’3” and 190 pounds.

83) Los Angeles Rams: Cole Bishop, S, Utah

At 6’1” and 209 pounds and boasting impressive versatility in the secondary, Cole Bishop can effectively affect the game in different spots. In coverage, he can match up with tight ends while possessing adequate ball skills to impact the catch point.

84) Pittsburgh Steelers: Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky

Andru Phillips had a strong week in Mobile for the Senior Bowl, where his combative mentality and high-energy playstyle were on display. Phillips has the instant, powerful movement skills, awareness, and agility to be a starting nickel at the next level.

85) Cleveland Browns: Mekhi Wingo, DT, LSU

Mekhi Wingo did a great job of impacting the pocket with the LSU Tigers, and at 6’1” and 295 pounds, he has a quick initial burst out of his stance and above-average mobility and agility. While being on the lighter side, Wingo is still able to use his strength profile to get off blocks with his skill moves and hand placement.

86) Houston Texans (From PHI): Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

Jalen McMillan is a fluid separator who possesses smooth athleticism. With a refined route tree and route-running nuance in his back pocket, McMillan will be able to use his high football IQ and agile movement skills to get open in the NFL.

87) Dallas Cowboys: Sedrick Van Pran, C, Georgia

Tyler Biadasz is scheduled to hit free agency in 2024, and Sedrick Van Pran is drafted as his replacement.

At 6’4” and 310 pounds, Van Pran possesses bruising strength, and his big frame makes him an asset in creating running lanes. The Georgia Bulldog uses that power to create leverage in pass protection and to maul defenders as a run blocker in open space.

88) Green Bay Packers: Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

Trey Benson enters the NFL as one of the most productive running backs over the past two seasons but also with limited tread on the tires. His size, speed, and contact balance make him get yards after contact more than any other prospect. Meanwhile, he is also a keen receiver with an eye for space.

89) Tampa Bay Buccanneers: Jamari Thrash, WR, Louisville

Jamari Thrash is a refined route runner with consistent speed and twitch to attack from the slot. At 6’1” and 185 pounds, the Louisville wide receiver has a slender frame, but his high football IQ can manipulate defenders while his precise routes and burst create his separation.

90) Arizona Cardinals (From HOU): Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

If it wasn’t for a torn ACL during the 2023 season, Jonathon Brooks would be the consensus RB1 in the class.

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His balance, sharp movement, and explosive speed –- paired with his anticipation and vision -– make him a future starter for the Cardinals, but with the caveat that they don’t have to rush his recovery.

91) Green Bay Packers (From BUF): Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

As the Packers continue to build out their secondary, Mike Sainristil is a player who can enter their rotation. Primarily a slot corner, Sainrsitil is a former receiver, and those ball skills and instincts immediately jump out. His physicality and explosiveness allow him to cut through routes and disrupt at the catch point.

92) Detroit Lions: Javon Baker, WR, UCF

After putting his skill set on show on the all-star circuit, Javon Baker’s draft stock is sky-high right now. As a contributor in a room with established playmakers, Baker has the reliability, route-running subtleties, and fierce movement to be a consistent target.

93) Baltimore Ravens: Audric Estimé, RB, Notre Dame

The Ravens need to get more reliable, consistent, and durable at running back. Audric Estimé has great vision, contact balance, and power to punch through running lanes while also having the all-around skill set to be a receiver and pass protector.

94) San Francisco 49ers: Gabriel Murphy, EDGE, UCLA

At 6’2” and 249 pounds, Murphy can enter the 49ers pass rush rotation where he can demonstrate his twitchy but flexible agility, skill moves, and high-end motor.

95) Kansas City Chiefs: Malik Mustapha, S, Wake Forest

Instincts, awareness, and anticipation. Three things that Malik Mustapha has in abundance. His fiery mentality, explosive movement, and willingness to disrupt cause fits for his opponents. Mustapha is a versatile weapon that can impact the game on all three levels.

96) Jacksonville Jaguars: Theo Johnson, TE, Penn State

Outside of Evan Engram, the Jags lack talent depth at the tight-end position. Theo Johnson is a dependable weapon who has the route running, sticky hands, and physicality –at 6’6” and 260 pounds — to be TE2 in Jacksonville.

97) Philadelphia Eagles: Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

How high Payton Wilson can ultimately go will depend on his medicals. However, his athletic traits, football IQ, and physicality are all worthy of being drafted on Day 2.

98) San Francisco 49ers: Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky

Trevin Wallace had a good week in Mobile at the Senior Bowl and has a pathway to succeed in the NFL. With quality movement skills such as his sideline-to-sideline range, change of direction, and quickness, Wallace shows starting traits, solid tackling, and instinctual anticipation.

99) Los Angeles Rams: Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson

At 6’0” and 230 pounds, Jeremiah Trotter Jr. doesn’t possess twitched-up athleticism and explosiveness. However, his instincts and football IQ allow him to be proactive, and his toughness makes him a strong tackler.

100) Buffalo Bills: Javon Bullard, S, Georgia

Javon Bullard can be a starting safety for the Bills in 2024 with his high-end athleticism and intelligence. In coverage, Bullard tracks the ball with pace and proactivity while having the initial burst to attack savvier receivers.

101) Washington Commanders (From SF): Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon

With outstanding size and length, Khyree Jackson is a true outside corner in the NFL.

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A fluid athlete who is competitive at the catch point, the former Oregon corner can play press in the NFL and has the sharp mobility to limit separation and cover routes at the next level.

Round 4

102) Carolina Panthers

Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame

103) Washington Commanders

Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State

104) New England Patriots

Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State

105) Arizona Cardinals

Kalen King, CB, Penn State

106) Los Angeles Chargers

Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin

107) Tennessee Titans

Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon

108) New York Giants

Christian Mahogany, G, Boston College

109) Minnesota Vikings

Mason McCormick, G, South Dakota State

110) Atlanta Falcons

Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

111) Chicago Bears

Isaiah Adams, G, Illinois

112) New York Jets

Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

113) Las Vegas Raiders

Beaux Limmer, C, Arkansas

114) New York Jets

Keith Randolph Jr., DT, Illinois

115) Jacksonville Jaguars

Eric Watts, EDGE, UConn

116) Cincinnati Bengals

D.J. James, CB, Auburn

117) Jacksonville Jaguars

Brenden Rice, WR, USC

118) Indianapolis Colts

Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

119) Seattle Seahawks

Justin Eboigbe, DT, Alabama

120) Pittsburgh Steelers

Jaylan Ford, LB, Texas

121) Pittsburgh Steelers

Delmar Glaze, OT, Maryland

122) Denver Broncos

Josh Newton, CB, TCU

123) Chicago Bears

Sataoa Laumea, OT, Utah

124) Houston Texans

Ty’Ron Hopper, LB, Missouri

125) San Francisco 49ers

Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, S, Texas Tech

126) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina

127) Green Bay Packers

James Williams, LB/S, Miami (FL)

128) Houston Texans

Johnny Wilson, WR/TE, Florida State

129) Buffalo Bills

Gabe Hall, DT, Baylor

130) Minnesota Vikings

Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

131) Baltimore Ravens

Jordan Magee, LB, Temple

132) San Francisco 49ers

Khristian Boyd, DT, Northern Iowa

133) Kansas City Chiefs

Will Shipley, RB, Clemson

134) Baltimore Ravens

Brandon Coleman, OL, TCU

Round 5

135) Cleveland Browns

Marist Liufau, LB, Notre Dame

136) New England Patriots

Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

137) Arizona Cardinals

Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

138) Washington Commanders

Thomas Harper, S, Notre Dame

139) Los Angeles Chargers

Johnny Dixon, CB, Penn State

140) New York Giants

MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

141) Carolina Panthers

Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama

142) Atlanta Falcons

Tykee Smith, S, Georgia

143) Chicago Bears

Chau Smith-Wade, CB, Washington State

144) Denver Broncos

Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona

145) Tennessee Titans

Tahj Washington, WR, USC

146) Denver Broncos

Xavier Thomas, EDGE, Clemson

147) Las Vegas Raiders

Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane

148) Cincinnati Bengals

Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

149) New Orleans Saints

Maason Smith, DT, LSU

150) Indianapolis Colts

Kitan Oladapo, S, Oregon State

151) Seattle Seahawks

Daequan Hardy, CB, Penn State

152) Jacksonville Jaguars

Layden Robinson, G, Texas A&M

153) Los Angeles Rams

Javon Solomon, EDGE, Troy

154) Los Angeles Rams

Zak Zinter, G, Michigan

155) Cleveland Browns

Mohamed Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State

156) Minnesota Vikings

Jowon Briggs, DT, Cincinnati

157) Miami Dolphins

Renardo Green, CB, Florida State

158) Kansas City Chiefs

Tyler Davis, DT, Clemson

159) Buffalo Bills

Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

160) Philadelphia Eagles

Jaheim Bell, TE, Florida State

161) Arizona Cardinals

Aaron Casey, LB, Indiana

162) Buffalo Bills

Elijah Jones, CB, Boston College

163) Detroit Lions

Javion Cohen, G, Miami (FL)

164) Baltimore Ravens

Josh Proctor, S, Ohio State

165) Carolina Panthers

Jared Wiley, TE, TCU

166) Minnesota Vikings

Jalen Coker, WR, Holy Cross

167) New Orleans Saints

Joe Milton, QB, Tennessee

168) Green Bay Packers

Zion Tupuola-Fetui, EDGE, Washington

169) New Orleans Saints

Jha’Quan Jackson, WR, Tulane

170) Philadelphia Eagles

Demani Richardson, S, Texas A&M

171) Philadelphia Eagles

Isaiah Davis, RB, South Dakota State

172) Kansas City Chiefs

Cedric Johnson, EDGE, Ole Miss

173) Dallas Cowboys

Dillon Johnson, RB, Washington

174) New Orleans Saints

Jordan Jefferson, DT, LSU

175) Cincinnati Bengals

Tyrice Knight, LB, UTEP

176) San Francisco 49ers

Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice

177) Los Angeles Rams

Nelson Ceaser, EDGE, Houston

178) Philadelphia Eagles

M.J. Devonshire, CB, Pittsburgh

Round 6

179) Minnesota Vikings

Nehemiah Pritchett, CB, Auburn

180) Carolina Panthers

Rasheen Ali, RB, Marshall

181) Washington Commanders

Matt Goncalves, OT, Pittsburgh

182) New England Patriots

Javon Foster, OT, Missouri

183) Los Angeles Chargers

Steele Chambers, LB, Ohio State

184) Tennessee Titans

Hunter Nourzad, C, Penn State

185) New York Giants

Dallin Holker, TE, Colorado State

186) Miami Dolphins

Caedan Wallace, OT, Penn State

187) New York Jets

Tyler Owens, S, Texas Tech

188) Arizona Cardinals

Tory Taylor, P, Iowa

189) Philadelphia Eagles

Ryan Rehkow, P, BYU

190) New England Patriots

Brennan Jackson, EDGE, Washington State

191) Los Angeles Rams

Fabien Lovett, DT, Florida State

192) New Orleans Saints

Jalyx Hunt, EDGE, Houston Christian

193) Indianapolis Colts

Tyrone Tracy Jr., RB, Purdue

194) Seattle Seahawks

Anthony Gould, WR, Oregon State

195) Jacksonville Jaguars

Joshua Karty, K, Stanford

196) Cincinnati Bengals

Jaylon Carlies, S, Missouri

197) Pittsburgh Steelers

Jordan Whittington, WR, Texas

198) Buffalo Bills

Myles Cole, EDGE, Texas Tech

199) Atlanta Falcons

Marcus Harris, DT, Auburn

200) Miami Dolphins

Justin Rogers, DT, Auburn

201) New Orleans Saints

Kamal Hadden, CB, Tennessee

202) Buffalo Bills

Myles Harden, CB, South Dakota

203) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Emani Bailey, RB, TCU

204) Green Bay Packers

Braiden McGregor, EDGE, Michigan

205) Cleveland Browns

Jordan Travis, QB, Florida State

206) Buffalo Bills

Isaiah Williams, WR, Illinois

207) Detroit Lions

Dominique Hampton, S, Washington

208) Cleveland Browns

Trente Jones, OL, Michigan

209) Denver Broncos

Jason Bean, QB, Kansas

210) Las Vegas Raiders

Curtis Jacobs, LB, Penn State

211) Jacksonville Jaguars

Daijahn Anthony, S, Ole Miss

212) Los Angeles Rams

McCallan Castles, TE, Tennessee

213) Dallas Cowboys

Myles Murphy, DT, North Carolina

214) San Francisco 49ers

Eyabi Okie-Anoma, EDGE, Charlotte

215) San Francisco 49ers

KT Leveston, OT, Kansas State

216) Green Bay Packers

Joshua Cephus, WR, UTSA

217) Los Angeles Rams

Ray Davis, RB, Kentucky

218) Los Angeles Rams

Will Reichard, K, Alabama

Round 7

219) Tennessee Titans

A.J. Barner, TE, Michigan

220) Washington Commanders

Isaac Guerendo, RB, Louisville

221) Las Vegas Raiders

Erik All, TE, Iowa

222) Houston Texans

Drake Nugent, C, Michigan

223) Los Angeles Chargers

Tip Reiman, TE, Illinois

224) Arizona Cardinals

Garrett Greenfield, OT, South Dakota State

225) Tennessee Titans

Jay Stanley, S, Southern Miss

226) Baltimore Ravens

Ja’Quan Sheppard, CB, Maryland

227) Las Vegas Raiders

Kimani Vidal, RB, Troy

228) Minnesota Vikings

Andrew Raym, C, Oklahoma

229) New England Patriots

Tayvion Robinson, WR, Kentucky

230) New Orleans Saints

Jawhar Jordan, RB, Louisville

231) Dallas Cowboys

Dwight McGlothern, CB, Arkansas

232) Indianapolis Colts

Walter Rouse, OT, Oklahoma

233) Seattle Seahawks

Nathan Thomas, OT, Louisiana

234) Jacksonville Jaguars

LaDarius Henderson, OT, Michigan

235) Cincinnati Bengals

Quinton Newsome, CB, Nebraska

236) Houston Texans

Blake Watson, RB, Memphis

237) San Francisco 49ers

Kenny Logan Jr., S, Kansas

238) Pittsburgh Steelers

Patrick McMorris, S, California

239) Miami Dolphins

Ryan Flournoy, WR, SE Missouri State

240) Tennessee Titans

Tarheeb Still, CB, Maryland

241) Cleveland Browns

Evan Williams, S, Oregon

242) Dallas Cowboys

Sione Vaki, S, Utah

243) Green Bay Packers

Sundiata Anderson, EDGE, Grambling State

244) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Nick Samac, C, Michigan State

245) Houston Texans

Christian Jones, OT, Texas

246) Buffalo Bills

Will Putnam, C, Clemson

247) Detroit Lions

Qwan’tez Stiggers, CB, Toronto Argonauts

248) Baltimore Ravens

George Holani, RB, Boise State

249) San Francisco 49ers

Tanner McLachlan, TE, Arizona

250) Kansas City Chiefs

Christian Roland-Wallace, CB, USC

251) Green Bay Packers

Sam Hartman, QB, Notre Dame

252) Cincinnati Bengals

Willie Drew, CB, Virginia State

253) New York Jets

Devin Culp, TE, Washington

254) New York Jets

Decorian Patterson, CB, UCF

255) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Omar Speights, LB, LSU

256) Los Angeles Chargers

Maema Njongmeta, LB, Wisconsin

257) New York Jets

Luke Reimer, LB, Nebraska

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