7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Blockbuster Trade Sends Caleb Williams to the New York Jets

7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Blockbuster Trade Sends Caleb Williams to the New York Jets
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For franchises across the NFL, the stakes are rising. High stakes demand action, even in the NFL Draft.

In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, several franchises take drastic action to turn the tables on their opponents and stay competitive in an NFL landscape ravaged by unescapable parity.

7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft | Round 1

1) Chicago Bears: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

UNC Football: Drake Maye projected #3 overall in SB Nation's latest NFL  Mock Draft - Tar Heel Blog


It might be best for Chicago to reset the clock at QB, and Drake Maye is one of the best prospects in recent memory. His size, athleticism, and arm talent give him an astronomical ceiling, but he also has advanced vision, pocket feel, and football IQ as a field manipulator.

2) New York Jets (via ARI): Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Heisman winner Williams watches decisive score in USC loss - The San Diego  Union-Tribune


Trade: Jets receive No. 2 pick, No. 66 pick, 2025 fifth-round pick, Cardinals receive No. 8 pick, 2025 first-round pick, 2025 second-round pick, 2026 second-round pick, CB D.J. Reed, RB Breece Hall, WR Xavier Gipson

Now that the Jets are in the top ten, they’re hypothetically in range to trade up for Caleb Williams. And with the Patriots picking at No. 3 overall, New York has a dilemma to address: Would you rather have Williams or play against him for a decade-plus?

It would cost a king’s fortune or two — and that’s what the Jets give the Cardinals in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft — but it’s a move with the intent to shore up the QB position once and for all and prevent a rival from doing just that.

The Jets don’t have an excess of capital, so a few players are also part of the deal. D.J. Reed is a stellar cover man whose contract expires in 2025. Breece Hall is a talented runner who’s fallen out of favor, and Xavier Gipson is a quality depth WR and return specialist.

The cost is great, but in return, the Jets get the rights to Williams — one of the most natural creators ever to hit the NFL Draft stage. And for a year, he gets to learn from Aaron Rodgers — one of the modern masters of backyard football-style QB play.

3) New England Patriots: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

Marvin Harrison Jr. 'undecided,' considering return to Ohio State - ESPN

In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, the Patriots were unable to come away with Maye or Williams — so now it’s time to call an audible.

Marvin Harrison Jr. is the best non-QB addition New England can make here. He’s a true generational prospect at 6’4″, 205 pounds, with rare route running nuance, flexibility, certifiable speed and explosiveness, and a Jedi-like feel at the catch point.

If you’re a Patriots fan and you were hoping for a QB here, don’t worry — we’re not done yet.

4) Arizona Cardinals (via CHI): Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Totino-Grace grad Joe Alt ranks among college football's best at Notre Dame

Trade: Cardinals receive No. 4 pick, 2025 sixth-round pick, Bears receive No. 8 pick, No. 82 pick, 2025 third-round pick

The Cardinals’ trade with the Jets netted them even more capital, which enables them to be aggressive and trade back up from No. 8, for the arguable top offensive tackle in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Joe Alt moves with logic-defying explosiveness and agility at 6’8″, 315 pounds, and has rare over-arching flexibility for his size, which he can use to both recover leverage and absorb power. He has a legitimate All-Pro upside at the next level.

5) Washington Commanders: Brock Bowers, WR/TE, Georgia

Brock Bowers - 2023 - Football - University of Georgia Athletics

Sam Howell has shown enough to earn another year — but the pressure will be on in 2024. A weapon like Brock Bowers can unlock the next stage of Howell’s development. He’s a bird of prey on 50-50 balls and a turbo-charged ball of butcher knives in space, who can separate independently or be used on motions.

6) New York Giants: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Rome Odunze - Football - University of Washington Athletics

With his unnatural fluidity and change of direction at 6’3″, 215 pounds, Rome Odunze reminds me of a juiced-up Keenan Allen. And like Allen did, he could become a central force in the passing game for years on end for a Giants attack that needs just that.

7) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Malik Nabers: LSU's WR1 always pays attention and it is continuing to pay  off for him | Tiger Rag

With Chris Godwin’s contract expiring in 2025, Malik Nabers could bridge the gap for Mike Evans and a resurgent Baker Mayfield. It’s a lofty comp, but Malik Nabers brings shades of Sterling Sharpe with his defiant RAC and physicality, throttle manipulation, body control, and nitrous in the open field.

8) Chicago Bears (from ARI via NYJ): Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

Keon Coleman - Florida State Seminoles Wide Receiver - ESPN

Keon Coleman and D.J. Moore would overlap perfectly as dual-sided vertical and RAC weapons, but it’s especially exciting to think about Coleman using his hyper-elite catching instincts and alpha mentality to haul in tight-window lasers from Maye.

9) Los Angeles Chargers: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Terrion Arnold - Football - University of Alabama Athletics

The more you watch his tape, the more you realize Terrion Arnold is a cornerback prospect who can truly change a defense. His elite athletic and fluidity marks are rivaled only by his burgeoning playmaking instincts, Planck-time reaction speed, and ravenous support ability.

10) Tennessee Titans: Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Olumuyiwa Fashanu - Football - Penn State Athletics

In most 2024 NFL Mock Drafts, the Titans will be picking the top left tackle available to protect Will Levis. And in a large chunk of those mocks, that top tackle is Olu Fashanu. Fashanu is a franchise tackle in waiting with his mobility, technical savvy, and suffocating strength.

11) Las Vegas Raiders: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

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The Raiders will need to re-work their CB room, and Clemson’s Nate Wiggins offers all of the building blocks to be a star — length, elite explosiveness and click-and-close ability, sharp vision and route recognition ability, and a competitiveness that helps him play big.

12) New Orleans Saints: Jer’Zhan Newton, DT, Illinois

Jer'Zhan Newton - 2023 - Football - University of Illinois Athletics

The Saints just drafted Bryan Bresee in Round 1 last year, but Jer’Zhan Newton is in a different tier as a prospect and can be an immediate game-changer and an alignment-versatile force with his burst, flexibility, natural leverage, violent hands, and football IQ.

13) Green Bay Packers: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

Now healthy, Amarius Mims has heart - UGASports

Jordan Love is the future of the Packers’ franchise, and they’ll need to be proactive in keeping him protected. Amarius Mims can be David Bakhtiari’s successor at left tackle with his elite athleticism and power at 6’7″, 335 pounds, but he can play the right side as well.

14) Los Angeles Rams: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

Breaking Down Alabama Edge Dallas Turner - Windy City Gridiron

The Rams will be signing up for a longer developmental track by drafting Dallas Turner, but no prospect has the hyper-elite combination of explosiveness, length, agility, and bend that Turner has, and his ferocious energy in pursuit makes him a constant playmaking threat.

15) Cincinnati Bengals: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

JC Latham - Football - University of Alabama Athletics

The Bengals’ offensive line acquisition woes have plagued them this season, but they can right the ship by taking JC Latham in Round 1.


Latham is a road-grader in the run game who quietly has superb matching athleticism, smooth pass sets, and patient hands in pass protection.

16) Buffalo Bills: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

Kool-Aid McKinstry - Football - University of Alabama Athletics

Kool-Aid McKinstry should head to ice-cold Buffalo in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft. The Bills need more long-term security at one of the most important defensive positions, and McKinstry has the length, man coverage chops, and elite ball skills to fit in right away.

17) Arizona Cardinals: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

LSU gains services of wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. for UAB game | Tiger  Rag

It feels like we’re too low on Brian Thomas Jr. as a whole. He’s a 6’4″, 205-pound WR with 1,079 yards, 15 touchdowns, searing vertical speed, elite burst, a working release package, rare composure against tight coverage, and robotic ball-tracking ability. He can be a WR1.

18) Denver Broncos: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

Laiatu Latu Draft Profile | UCLA, EDGE Scouting Report

Medicals are key for Laiatu Latu, but if he passes those, he’s a match made in heaven for the Denver Broncos in Round 1. At 6’5″, 260 pounds, he’s an energetic mover with an elite size-defying bend and one of the deepest, most reactive hand-usage arsenals we’ve seen.

19) Atlanta Falcons: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

Troy Franklin is lighter than Arthur Smith prefers his WRs to be, but he gives the Falcons an element they desperately need with his vertical speed and usage versatility at 6’3″. Franklin’s long strides eat up space, and he has the agility and twitch to create as well.

20) Minnesota Vikings: J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

Kirk Cousins might deserve an extension with the way he played this year, but outlooks are always unclear after Achilles injuries. J.J. McCarthy is a high-upside QB who could sit behind Cousins in the immediate timeline, while also giving Minnesota a succession plan.

21) Indianapolis Colts: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

The Colts have something with Julius Brents and Jaylon Jones, but they could use an X-factor like Cooper DeJean. DeJean — a long, compact, streamlined, and instinctive defensive playmaker — could play the boundary, the slot, or even see different safety looks.

22) New England Patriots (via SEA): Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

Trade: Patriots receive No. 22 pick, Seahawks receive No. 35 pick, No. 67 pick, 2025 third-round pick

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The Patriots got their franchise-changing receiving threat in Harrison at No. 3 overall. But they still needed someone to pass him the ball. Now, at No. 22, they’re trading up to take Heisman candidate Jayden Daniels.

Daniels has been the biggest riser of the 2024 NFL Draft cycle at QB, and it isn’t particularly close. After a regular season campaign with 50 total TDs and almost 5,000 total yards, his playmaking ability can no longer be denied.

Some may have questions about Daniels’ frame, but even at his lighter weight, he’s a hyper-elite creator with the speed, agility, and instincts to add a new dimension to an NFL offense. And in 2023, his situational precision as a passer has been a sight to behold.

Watching Daniels dish up bucket throws to Harrison on the boundary and upseams would be pure poetry. But tangibly and diagnostically, this duo would have the potential to truly resurrect and modernize the Patriots franchise in a loaded AFC playoff landscape.

With the odds building against them, the Patriots might need a revolutionary 2024 NFL Draft gambit to tip the scales. This is it.

23) Pittsburgh Steelers: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Joey Porter Jr. and Quinyon Mitchell could form the perfect boundary CB duo. Porter can envelop receivers with his length and physicality, and Mitchell has the elite recovery speed, vision, and ball skills to make offenses pay for shifting focus toward his side of the field.

24) Houston Texans: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

George Fant was a spectacular offseason addition for Houston, but the Texans need a younger blocker to protect C.J. Stroud for the long haul. Taliese Fuaga is a top-ten prospect on my 2024 NFL Draft board with his power, natural leverage, combative hands, and lateral mobility.

25) Miami Dolphins: Zach Frazier, OC, West Virginia

Zach Frazier’s tape is phenomenal, and a Senior Bowl showing will only help him rise higher later in the process. He’s a strong blocker, a stellar athlete, and a former wrestler with next-level leverage and angle IQ. He also has guard experience, which can’t hurt for Miami.

26) Dallas Cowboys: Princely Umanmielen, EDGE, Florida

Princely Umanmielen is still learning how to use his long arms to generate power consistently, but once he does that, he has the instant first-step explosiveness, agility, bend, and prying strength to be a true disruptive joker in Dan Quinn’s scheme.

27) Detroit Lions: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

The Detroit Lions’ defense is closer than it seems, but another pass-rushing threat or two in the rotation alongside Aidan Hutchinson is paramount.

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Jared Verse doesn’t have an elite bend, but his speed-to-power can be overwhelming, and his hand usage, at its peak, is awe-inspiring.

28) Jacksonville Jaguars: Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

Primed to be a riser at the Senior Bowl, Xavier Legette has the elite vertical speed at 6’1″, 225 pounds to win over evaluators. On top of that, he has under-the-radar separation ability, quality contortion ability and catching instincts, and field-flipping RAC ability.

29) Kansas City Chiefs: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

This may seem unorthodox. The Chiefs have George Karlaftis and Felix Anudike-Uzomah. But Chop Robinson isn’t just an EDGE. He’s a universally alignment-versatile havoc generator whom Steve Spagnuolo could use to terrorize offenses.

30) San Francisco 49ers: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

There are a few traits that stand out when exploring OT options for San Francisco. The OT they take has to have high-level explosiveness, space-blocking ability, power, physicality, and left-right versatility. Kingsley Suamataia has all of those things.

31) Baltimore Ravens: Troy Fautanu, OG, Washington

Troy Fautanu’s tape is Round 1 tape. The question is, at what position? For Baltimore, the 6’4″, 317-pound blocker could play tackle or guard. His recovery capacity and active hands bode well on the end of the line, but he also has the physicality to translate inside.

32) Philadelphia Eagles: Darius Robinson, EDGE, Missouri

A Senior Bowl roster addition, Darius Robinson can be a first-round riser with a good offseason. The 6’5″, 290-pound DL, who logged 7.5 sacks and 12 TFLs this year, has the explosiveness, power, and 35″ arms to cave in tackles from 5-tech and beyond, and his motor runs hot.

Round 2

2024 NFL Mock Draft

33) Carolina Panthers: Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State

Emeka Egbuka‘s injury took him out of the spotlight for a while, but he’s still a first-round WR on my board, with exciting three-level ability, route running intelligence, and RAC skills.

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

The Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year can be a game-changing presence for an NFL defensive line. For Arizona, he’s a space-eating nose and a forceful three-down disruptor.

35) Seattle Seahawks (via NE): Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson

Jeremiah Trotter Jr. is my LB1 in the 2024 NFL Draft and a viable Round 1 candidate. He scores incredibly well in all traditional areas but also provides blitzing and coverage ability.

36) Washington Commanders: Denzel Burke, CB, Ohio State

Cornerback isn’t a position to settle at. But here, Washington gets a Round 1-caliber player in Denzel Burke, with length, explosiveness, coverage versatility, and WR-esque ball skills.

37) New York Giants: Carson Beck, QB, Georgia

Joe Schoen has said that adding a QB is a priority this offseason. In Round 2, Carson Beck functions as good insurance, with the arm talent and anticipation to be an eventual starter.

38) Washington Commanders: Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

Washington’s personnel must evolve past the static four-down linemen. Chris Braswell, with his elite stand-up athleticism and pocket-crunching ability, can help with that.

39) Green Bay Packers: Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

There’s no replacement for reliability at the safety position, and Tyler Nubin provides that in both phases with his fluid athleticism, size, intelligence, playmaking IQ, and support value.

40) Los Angeles Chargers: Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Trey Pipkins has regressed this year, giving the Chargers a newfound need at right tackle. Tyler Guyton has the lateral athleticism, balance, length, and patience to be an upgrade.

41) Tennessee Titans: Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

Ladd McConkey is exactly what the Titans’ passing attack needs: A 6’0″, 185-pound separation machine with usage versatility, legitimate speed, and strong hands.

42) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

The 6’3″, 230-pound Edgerrin Cooper is one of the most prolific downhill attackers in the 2024 NFL Draft, and he can provide additional value as a pass-rushing threat.

43) Las Vegas Raiders: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

On my 2024 NFL Draft board, Bo Nix is worth first-round consideration. In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, he falls to Round 2, but he has true starter upside and a kind of distribution ability that raises his floor.

With his low average depth of target, Nix is sometimes billed as a mere game manager. But he also has the short-area athleticism, creative feel, arm strength, and elite arm elasticity to be an electric creator when he needs to be.

44) Green Bay Packers: TreVeyon Henderson, RB, Ohio State

Health aside, it’s hard to argue that TreVeyon Henderson isn’t the 2024 NFL Draft’s RB1 with his mix of explosiveness, vision, violent cutting ability, contact balance, and receiving value.

45) Los Angeles Rams: Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

Jordan Morgan has the energetic motion, lateral athleticism, balance, and proportions at 6’5″, 325 pounds to be a franchise left tackle, and he’s also exceptional blocking in space.

46) Cincinnati Bengals: Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

Byron Murphy II is overlooked at times, but the 6’1″, 310-pound lineman has the lightning-quick burst, power profile, leverage, and ruthless aggression to be a high-level interior disruptor.

47) Philadelphia Eagles: Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

The Eagles dip into the Georgia pool again in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, taking Kamari Lassiter — a CB with the speed, length, foot quickness, and sense of timing to be a star.

48) Houston Texans: Kalen King, CB, Penn State

Steven Nelson is getting older, and Kalen King would be the perfect CB to roll in after him. Like Nelson, King isn’t the biggest or the fastest, but he’s instinctive, competitive, and technically sound.

49) New Orleans Saints: Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

Ja’Lynn Polk adds depth to New Orleans’ WR room on day one, and at 6’2″, 204 pounds, he has the separation-creating burst and vice-grip hands to be a big-play and seam threat.

50) Buffalo Bills: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

Patrick Paul doesn’t have great recovery flexibility, and his hands can still improve, but the 6’7″, 315-pound tackle has dominating reach and can erode defensive looks with his power.

51) Atlanta Falcons: T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

Across from A.J. Terrell, T.J. Tampa has the tools to grow into a formidable boundary CB with his explosiveness, long-strider range, eye discipline, and disruption radius at 6’2″.

52) Minnesota Vikings: J.T. Tuimoloau, EDGE, Ohio State

J.T. Tuimoloau doesn’t have a notable bend component to his game, but his ability to be a pocket-cruncher as a 6’4″, 277-pound stand-up rusher is enticing, and he has good hands as well.

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53) New York Giants: Cooper Beebe, OG, Kansas State

Cooper Beebe has five-position versatility on the line. That alone could win over the Giants, but he’s also a solid functional mover with superb power, physicality, and smarts in space.

54) Indianapolis Colts: Beau Brade, S, Maryland

Whether you need support utility, coverage versatility, or playmaking ability, the 6’1″, 205-pound Beau Brade has all of it. He’s a twitched-up mix-and-match piece on the back end.

55) Cleveland Browns: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

Let’s be real. Deshaun Watson is under contract until 2027, but he hasn’t been healthy often, and when he has been available, he hasn’t been an elevating force at QB.

If Michael Penix Jr. is still here, it might serve the Browns well to add him as high-upside insurance. With his arm strength, field vision, and toughness, he can be a true modern-age gunslinger.

56) Pittsburgh Steelers: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

An energized athlete at 6’5″, 314 pounds, Graham Barton can play center, tackle, or guard for the Steelers, and he has the combative hands and gnawing power to thrive at any spot.

57) Dallas Cowboys: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

Ideally, the Cowboys extend Tyron Smith another year in this scenario, but Kiran Amegadjie has the elite explosiveness, power, and physicality at 6’5″, 320 pounds to be his successor.

58) Detroit Lions: Landon Jackson, EDGE, Arkansas

That’s right — we’re giving the Lions two EDGEs to start this 2024 NFL Mock Draft. While Verse wins with power, Landon Jackson can win with bend, agility, and active hand usage.

59) Jacksonville Jaguars: Andrew Mukuba, DB, Clemson

Andrew Mukuba has the hyper-elite short-area athleticism and elastic mobility to pedal in space and the range to play single-high, but his foot speed and tenacity also translate well in the slot.

60) Miami Dolphins: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

“You guys want me to say it? He’s fast.” – Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel.

61) San Francisco 49ers: Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

The Senior Bowl will allow Ruke Orhorhoro to put his high-level explosiveness and power capacity at 6’4″, 290 pounds on display. The 49ers might end up falling for the tools and alignment-versatile upside.

62) Kansas City Chiefs: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

Adonai Mitchell could stand to be more consistent in all phases, but 6’4″ receivers who can vary the tempo and separate like him are hard to come by — and his instincts are superb, too.

63) Baltimore Ravens: Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

Malachi Corley has 249 catches for 2,944 yards and 29 touchdowns over the past three seasons. At 5’11”, 210 pounds, he’d be a dangerous RAC threat alongside Zay Flowers.

64) Philadelphia Eagles: Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

Trey Benson has the volume-back size and contact balance at 6’1″, 225 pounds, but he’s also a big-play threat with his vertical speed, tempo manipulation, and vision, and he can catch the football.

Round 3

2024 NFL Mock Draft

65) Carolina Panthers: Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest

At 6’0″, 195 pounds, Caelen Carson has the explosiveness, foot speed, recovery athleticism, proportional length, and competitive mentality to play on an island.

66) New York Jets (via ARI): Josh Newton, CB, TCU

Josh Newton can give back to the Jets some of what they lost by trading Reed. Newton, though undersized, has speed, fluidity, spatial awareness, and playmaking chops.

67) Seattle Seahawks: Christian Haynes, OG, UConn

Christian Haynes fits the mold of a Seattle Seahawks guard through and through with his power and physicality, but he also could feasibly move to center if needed.

68) New York Giants: Leonard Taylor III, DT, Miami (FL)

After trading Leonard Williams, the Giants can dip into the Day 2 DT market by adding Leonard Taylor III — a lean, explosive disruptor and gap invader.

69) Chicago Bears: Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami (FL)

Kamren Kinchens‘ zone lapses may drop him down the board a bit, but he has the range and playmaking ability to be an excellent successor to Eddie Jackson.

70) Washington Commanders: Barrett Carter, LB, Clemson

Barrett Carter is one of the most energized athletes at LB to come out in recent years, and his versatility could make him a steal.

71) Los Angeles Chargers: Sedrick Van Pran, OC, Georgia

With Corey Linsley’s future up in the air, Sedrick Van Pran is the easy pick at this juncture with his high-end tools and tenacity.

72) Arizona Cardinals: Donovan Jackson, OG, Ohio State

If Donovan Jackson declares, his unique leverage-length combination, explosive athleticism, and violent punches should land him in the Top 100.

73) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin

Braelon Allen is still just 19 years old, and yet, at 6’2″, 245 pounds, he can be the engine for the Buccaneers’ offense with his downhill style and vertical athleticism.

74) New York Jets: Tyleik Williams, DT, Ohio State

Tyleik Williams is a Top 32 prospect on my personal 2024 NFL Draft board. His unique flexibility and power at 6’3″, 320 pounds would fit well next to Quinnen Williams.

75) Las Vegas Raiders: Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon

Joining up with Nix in Las Vegas, Bucky Irving‘s change of direction, contact balance, burst, and creative feel make him a valuable weapon.

76) Los Angeles Rams: Kendall Bohler, DB, Florida A&M

One of the biggest sleepers in the class, Kendall Bohler is a powder keg of an athlete with tantalizing malleability, versatility, and ball skills.

77) Cincinnati Bengals: Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina

Right away, Devontez Walker can be a quality vertical and contested threat with his speed, size, and elite catching instincts — opening space for Ja’Marr Chase underneath.

78) Denver Broncos: Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

Ben Sinnott is a tough and versatile receiving threat who can separate independently, make catches over the middle of the field, generate RAC, and line up all across the formation.

79) Green Bay Packers: Brandon Dorlus, EDGE, Oregon

You can never have enough EDGE depth and versatility, and Brandon Dorlus provides both. At 6’3″, 280 pounds, he fits the Packers’ mold to a tee.

80) Seattle Seahawks: Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

Kris Jenkins is still growing as a pass rusher, but he’s a stalwart run defender with the burst, twitch, and torque necessary to generate pressure.

81) Green Bay Packers: Oronde Gadsden II, WR, Syracuse

Let’s not forget about Oronde Gadsden II. If he declares, he’s a fleet-footed and streamlined separator at 6’5″, 223 pounds, with phenomenal hands.

82) Chicago Bears (via ARI): Jackson Powers-Johnson, OC, Oregon

Jackson Powers-Johnson is one of the 2024 NFL Draft’s best blockers in space, but he’s also proven to have the athleticism and alertness to lock down gaps in pass protection.

83) Chicago Bears (via ATL): Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

Trade: Bears receive No. 83 pick, 2025 third-round pick, Falcons receive QB Justin Fields

The Falcons trade for Justin Fields in a bid to compete, while the Bears use their new pick to add Adisa Isaac — a long, athletic EDGE and a high-level pursuit player.

84) Detroit Lions: Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State

Michael Hall Jr. has one of the most exciting ceilings in the 2024 NFL Draft DT class with his instant acceleration, torquing capacity, and hot motor when he has played in reach.

85) Indianapolis Colts: Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

With several TE contracts coming up, the Colts can lock down a young talent in Ja’Tavion Sanders — who has the athleticism to work up the seam and the density to produce YAC.

86) Seattle Seahawks: Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State

The Seahawks need a more reliable TE threat up the seam, over the middle of the field, and in the red zone. Cade Stover has the hand strength and coordination to qualify.

87) Pittsburgh Steelers: Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

Cedric Gray’s best plays come as an explosive slasher through lanes downhill, but the 6’2″, 235-pound LB can also shock blockers, encumber gaps, and make plays in coverage.

88) Cleveland Browns: Delmar Glaze, OT, Maryland

Delmar Glaze can still improve at channeling his traits in the run game, but he’s a nimble and nuanced pass protector at around 6’5″, 320 pounds.

89) Detroit Lions: D.J. James, CB, Auburn

D.J. James is an exceptional fit for the Lions’ man-oriented boundary role. He’s disciplined in press and off-man and has the foot speed and targeted physicality to control reps.

90) Jacksonville Jaguars: DeWayne Carter, DT, Duke

Speed-to-power and strength are central elements of DeWayne Carter’s game — both elements that he’ll get to put on display at the Senior Bowl.

91) Dallas Cowboys: Audric Estime, RB, Notre Dame

Audric Estime is an absolute bowling ball at 5’11”, 227 pounds, and he’s also very efficient with his footwork behind the line of scrimmage and a constant forward finisher.

92) Kansas City Chiefs: Jamari Thrash, WR, Louisville

The Chiefs need a WR who can bring what Jamari Thrash brings to the table: Separation skills, hip sink and speed, RAC utility, and reliable hands.

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93) San Francisco 49ers: Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

Bralen Trice’s lack of elite fluidity and bend has been more distinct this year, but he’s still an explosive, urgent, and heavy-handed rusher whom the 49ers could maximize.

94) Baltimore Ravens: Willie Drew, CB, Virginia State

Willie Drew is an explosive long-strider with playmaking genes at 6’0″, 185 pounds. He has 11 picks and 34 pass breakups since 2021. At the Senior Bowl, he’ll get to show his skills.

95) Houston Texans: McKinnley Jackson, DT, Texas A&M

McKinnley Jackson is a unique sawed-off disruptor with twitch and burst at 6’2″, 320 pounds, who doubles as a quality nose tackle on early downs.

96) Washington Commanders: LaDarius Henderson, OT, Michigan

With arms over 35″ and elite explosiveness, LaDarius Henderson has a devastating power component, and he’s improved his pass-blocking technique at Michigan.

Round 4

2024 NFL Mock Draft

97) Carolina Panthers Ashton Gillotte, EDGE, Louisville

98) Arizona Cardinals Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida

99) New England Patriots Jamree Kromah, DL, James Madison

100) Chicago Bears Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri

101) Washington Commanders Rod Moore, S, Michigan

102) New York Giants Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

103) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jalyx Hunt, EDGE, Houston Christian

104) New York Jets Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

105) Los Angeles Chargers James Williams, S, Miami (FL)

106) Tennessee Titans Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

107) Las Vegas Raiders Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

108) Cincinnati Bengals Luke Lachey, TE, Iowa

109) Jacksonville Jaguars Christian Mahogany, OG, Boston College

110) Green Bay Packers Sataoa Laumea, OT, Utah

111) Pittsburgh Steelers Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane

112) Buffalo Bills Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah

113) Houston Texans Tyler Baron, EDGE, Tennessee

114) New York Jets Dominick Puni, OT, Kansas

115) Atlanta Falcons Yahya Black, DT, Iowa

116) Minnesota Vikings Jaylin Noel, WR, Iowa State

117) Seattle Seahawks Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

118) Indianapolis Colts Tory Horton, WR, Colorado State

119) Houston Texans Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

120) Pittsburgh Steelers Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona

121) Atlanta Falcons Kaimon Rucker, EDGE, North Carolina

122) Denver Broncos Zy Alexander, CB, LSU

123) San Francisco 49ers Malik Washington, WR, Virginia

124) Minnesota Vikings Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

125) San Francisco 49ers Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

126) Kansas City Chiefs Emani Bailey, RB, TCU

127) Baltimore Ravens Devin Neal, RB, Kansas

128) Chicago Bears Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

Round 5

2024 NFL Mock Draft

129) Cleveland Browns Jaylan Ford, LB, Texas

130) Arizona Cardinals Howard Cross III, DT, Notre Dame

131) New England Patriots Jared Wiley, TE, TCU

132) Washington Commanders Will Sheppard, WR, Vanderbilt

133) New York Giants Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

134) Chicago Bears Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama

135) Denver Broncos Beaux Limmer, OC, Arkansas

136) Los Angeles Chargers Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

137) Carolina Panthers Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State

138) Philadelphia Eagles Ty’Ron Hopper, LB, Missouri

139) Las Vegas Raiders Daequan Hardy, CB, Penn State

140) New Orleans Saints Brandon Coleman, OG, TCU

141) Buffalo Bills Brenden Rice, WR, USC

142) Los Angeles Rams Jaheim Bell, TE, Florida State

143) Cincinnati Bengals MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

144) Arizona Cardinals Cole Bishop, S, Utah

145) Denver Broncos Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina

146) Buffalo Bills Javon Bullard, DB, Georgia

147) Atlanta Falcons Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, DB, Texas Tech

148) Tennessee Titans Nathan Thomas, OT, Louisiana

149) Indianapolis Colts Tanor Bortolini, OL, Wisconsin

150) Seattle Seahawks Jasheen Davis, EDGE, Wake Forest

151) Los Angeles Rams Elijah Jones, CB, Boston College

152) Minnesota Vikings Tate Ratledge, OG, Georgia

153) Miami Dolphins Jordan Burch, DL, Oregon

154) Kansas City Chiefs Javon Foster, OT, Missouri

155) Detroit Lions Tre Harris, WR, Ole Miss

156) Jacksonville Jaguars Matt Goncalves, OT, Pittsburgh

157) Minnesota Vikings Tyler Davis, DT, Clemson

158) Carolina Panthers Taylor Upshaw, EDGE, Arizona

159) Baltimore Ravens Justin Eboigbe, DT, Alabama

160) Cleveland Browns Thomas Harper, DB, Notre Dame

Round 6

2024 NFL Mock Draft

161) Minnesota Vikings Danny Stutsman, LB, Oklahoma

162) Carolina Panthers KT Leveston, OT, Kansas State

163) New England Patriots M.J. Devonshire, CB, Pittsburgh

164) New York Giants Tahj Brooks, RB, Texas Tech

165) Miami Dolphins Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

166) Washington Commanders Joshua Gray, OL, Oregon State

167) Los Angeles Chargers Tahj Washington, WR, USC

168) Tennessee Titans Bryson Nesbit, TE, North Carolina

169) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame

170) New York Jets Jawhar Jordan, RB, Louisville

171) New England Patriots Javon Solomon, EDGE, Troy

172) Green Bay Packers Jahdae Barron, S, Texas

173) Buffalo Bills Keith Randolph Jr., DT, Illinois

174) Cincinnati Bengals Nate Lynn, EDGE, William & Mary

175) New Orleans Saints Francisco Mauigoa, LB, Miami (FL)

176) Los Angeles Rams Kingsley Eguakun, OC, Florida

177) Buffalo Bills Nazir Stackhouse, DT, Georgia

178) Cleveland Browns Isaiah Williams, WR, Illinois

179) Philadelphia Eagles Dymere Miller, WR, Monmouth

180) Arizona Cardinals Nelson Ceaser, EDGE, Houston

181) Seattle Seahawks Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

182) Indianapolis Colts Ajani Cornelius, OT, Oregon

183) Atlanta Falcons Myles Cole, EDGE, Texas Tech

184) Pittsburgh Steelers Mark Perry, S, TCU

185) Buffalo Bills Kenny Logan Jr., S, Kansas

186) Detroit Lions Zak Zinter, OG, Michigan

187) Jacksonville Jaguars Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

188) Miami Dolphins Xavier Truss, OG, Georgia

189) Denver Broncos Patrick Jenkins, DT, Tulane

190) Las Vegas Raiders Evan Anderson, DT, FAU

191) Cleveland Browns Jordan Jefferson, DT, LSU

192) New Orleans Saints Hudson Clark, S, Arkansas

Round 7

2024 NFL Mock Draft

193) Tennessee Titans Isaac Guerendo, RB, Louisville

194) Houston Texans Brennan Jackson, EDGE, Washington State

195) Las Vegas Raiders Julian Pearl, OT, Illinois

196) New England Patriots Jaden Sundell, OL, North Dakota State

197) Washington Commanders Blake Watson, RB, Memphis

198) Arizona Cardinals Myles Harden, CB, South Dakota

199) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Isaiah Adams, OG, Illinois

200) Baltimore Ravens Ray Davis, RB, Kentucky

201) Los Angeles Chargers Cody Schrader, RB, Missouri

202) Tennessee Titans Khalid Duke, EDGE, Kansas State

203) Dallas Cowboys Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon

204) San Francisco 49ers Quincy Riley, CB, Louisville

205) Cincinnati Bengals Javion Cohen, OG, Miami (FL)

206) Houston Texans Joshua Cephus, WR, UTSA

207) Green Bay Packers Ro Torrence, CB, Arizona State

208) Buffalo Bills Phil Mafah, RB, Clemson

209) Houston Texans Jontrey Hunter, LB, Georgia State

210) New Orleans Saints Aaron Casey, LB, Indiana

211) Minnesota Vikings Kitan Oladapo, S, Oregon State

212) Las Vegas Raiders Andre Jefferson, DT, Lenoir-Rhyne

213) Indianapolis Colts RJ Oben, EDGE, Duke

214) Seattle Seahawks Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State

215) Pittsburgh Steelers Gabe Hall, DT, Baylor

216) Cleveland Browns Eyabi Okie-Anoma, EDGE, Charlotte

217) Detroit Lions Renardo Green, CB, Florida State

218) Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen White, RB, Georgia Southern

219) Miami Dolphins Zion Tupuola-Fetui, EDGE, Washington

220) Dallas Cowboys Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice

221) Kansas City Chiefs Tim Smith, DT, Alabama

222) San Francisco 49ers Prince Pines, OG, Tulane

223) Baltimore Ravens Josiah Ezirim, OT, Eastern Kentucky

224) Tennessee Titans Xavier Watts, S, Notre Dame