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7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Drake Maye Heads to New England, Brock Bowers to Chicago, and Emeka Egbuka to Philadelphia

7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Drake Maye Heads to New England, Brock Bowers to Chicago, and Emeka Egbuka to Philadelphia

The college football regular season is over. Potential NFL Draft prospects are accepting All-Star game invites every day, which means that draft season has officially begun.

What better way to celebrate that than a full seven-round mock draft?

7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft | Round 1

We used the same draft order that is available in our FREE Mock Draft Simulator. There are no compensatory picks in this mock draft, as those have yet to be officially announced. Also, there are no trades from the author in this mock.

1) Chicago Bears (From CAR): Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Given all the question marks facing Justin Fields and his future with the team, it’s cleaner for the Bears to simply move on and start anew. Caleb Williams is a natural playmaker with plenty of arm talent and athleticism to boast. With what is likely to be a new staff in the building, Williams gets a chance to shine with players like DJ Moore around him.

2) New England Patriots: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

While Bill Belichick’s status as head coach is uncertain, their quarterback room is a room without a solution. Over the last three weeks, the Patriots have not allowed more than 10 points and have lost each game. They haven’t had a 300-yard passer since Week 1. Something has to change in that room, making Drake Maye a potential ideal fit in this spot.

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

The Cardinals keep winning with Kyler Murray under center, and they need to add more around him to keep sustaining that.

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Marvin Harrison Jr. is one of the best wide receiver prospects in recent memory and would take over the WR1 role in Arizona right away.

4) Washington Commanders: Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

The Washington Commanders have gotten enough out of Sam Howell to afford him another year as the starter. If they want to really see what they have in him, they have to protect him better.

Olu Fashanu, one of the best pass-protecting tackles in recent memory, could step right in at left tackle and lock that role down for years.

5) Chicago Bears: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Sure, the Bears have Cole Kmet at tight end. That shouldn’t stop them from adding one of the best playmakers in the upcoming draft in Brock Bowers to give their new quarterback another weapon to go along with DJ Moore.

6) Las Vegas Raiders: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

I wouldn’t be surprised if this pick becomes a popular quarterback hotbed, but for now, I’m going to hold off here until a new staff comes in and we see their verdict on Jimmy Garoppolo/Aidan O’Connell.

Malik Nabers is one of the most explosive receivers to hit the draft in recent years and simply glides across the field. The Raiders don’t really have a playmaker like that sans Adams, and he would inject a boost of playmaking to an offense in desperate need of it.

7) New York Jets: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Step one of rebounding from this abysmal 2023 season for the Jets is fixing their offensive line to provide as much protection as possible to reduce the risk of another injury to Aaron Rodgers. Joe Alt is an elite pass protector and can be a stalwart franchise left tackle for a decade.

8) New York Giants: Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

With the Giants now out of the top-two quarterbacks, this spot is wide open for what they could do. They are faced with a significant talent exodus this offseason at their skill positions on offense and could use a wide receiver with his contested ability and athleticism.

Pairing Keon Coleman with Slayton, Robinson, and Hyatt gives whoever the Giants’ 2024 quarterback a diverse wideout room to target.

9) Tennessee Titans: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

If the Titans are fully onboard with Will Levis at QB, their next priority should be to get their offensive line sorted out. JC Latham is a powerful mover in the run game and has the athleticism to be a top-flight right tackle in the NFL.

10) Los Angeles Chargers: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

Pick a spot on the Los Angeles Chargers’ defense, and you could argue they need an upgrade. But after the failed J.C. Jackson acquisition, something needs to shift in the cornerback room. Asante Samuel Jr. is inconsistent at best, and the team doesn’t have a No. 1 corner.

Nate Wiggins is an excellent blend of length and quickness who could be an instant boost to that secondary.

11) Atlanta Falcons: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

The Falcons have struggled to generate consistent pressure on opposing quarterbacks this season, a stat that has held their unit back from being a great one. Dallas Turner is one of the best pass rushers in this upcoming draft and would be a building block outside for the team to build their pass rush plan around.

12) New Orleans Saints: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

I am of the belief it is time for New Orleans to hit the big red reset button on their roster and coaching staff and actually commit to it. They can get themselves cap-compliant, but part of that is designating Derek Carr as a post-June 1 cut.

The offense is a mess, but there is still plenty of talent on that side of the ball. Adding a local kid in Jayden Daniels, who has been one of the fastest-rising quarterbacks in the draft, would give them a clean reset on that side of the ball and add a talented playmaker at the most important position.

13) Seattle Seahawks: Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa

Seattle, as per usual, is tough to nail down in any mock draft. However, two glaring issues have cropped up on their defense: Their corner play outside of Witherspoon and their safeties not named Quandre Diggs.

Cooper DeJean is a top-tier athlete who can play both outside, in the slot, and as a safety out in space. His versatility creates different solutions to personnel problems that Seattle has struggled with this season.

14) Los Angeles Rams: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

The Rams’ secondary has begun to turn things around in recent weeks, and the team is making a surprising playoff push. However, LA’s pass rush is still a work in progress in terms of finding non-Aaron Donald players.

Laiatu Latu can be the missing piece the Rams’ pass rush has been searching for and give them a talented piece to build around, much like they had initially planned in the Brian Burns trade that fell through.

15) Denver Broncos: Jer’Zhan Newton, DT, Illinois

The Denver Broncos could go anywhere here, but one thing that has stood out to me on film preparing for this mock has been their defensive line’s inability to generate disruptive plays. Denver is giving up the most rushing yards per game and yards per rush in the league by a significant margin and is generating run stuffs at just 19% (20th in the league).

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The non-Zach Allen players on that line have generated just 36 pressures and two sacks. Jer’Zhan Newton is the best defensive tackle in the class by a rather comfortable gap and would add a difference-maker up front for the Broncos.

16) Arizona Cardinals (From HOU): Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

Only four teams have allowed more passing touchdowns than the Cardinals this season. Per Sports Info Solutions, only the Washington Commanders are a worse pass defense by EPA. With the Cardinals retooling both sides of the ball, Kool-Aid McKinstry can slide right in as the team’s top corner.

17) Buffalo Bills: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

The pressure is on for the Bills to find playmakers on the offense, and they have to do it fast. The Bills wide receiver room has been remarkably inconsistent outside of Stefon Diggs, and it’s high time they invest properly into that spot. the last non-Day 3 pick for the Bills’ WR room was Zay Jones. This time, they grab a sure thing in Rome Odunze.

18) Cincinnati Bengals: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

Right tackle Jonah Williams is set to be a free agent, and left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. is allowing the most pressures in the NFL. It’s safe to say that throwing money at the offensive line in free agency hasn’t solved the Bengals’ issues in pass protection.

The team needs a real investment in young talent along their O-line if they want to keep Joe Burrow free of any more injuries.

Amarius Mims is an incredible athlete at right tackle, with jaw-dropping power, quickness, and length.

19) Green Bay Packers: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Green Bay is retooling their secondary once more, as evidenced by the trade of Rasul Douglas to Buffalo. Keisean Nixon, Corey Ballentine, and David Long are all slated to hit free agency, and the team hasn’t gotten anything out of former first-round pick Eric Stokes.

Terrion Arnold is a quick, competitive corner who can give the Packers another physical cornerback to pair with Jaire Alexander.

20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

The Buccaneers are surprisingly in the playoffs, but relatively little about this season has felt super sustainable. Tampa can’t keep kicking the can around at quarterback after Tom Brady, and should bite the bullet to find a rookie quarterback to build around with their aging roster.

21) Indianapolis Colts: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

The Indianapolis Colts’ cornerback room is gearing up for plenty of turnover, and they need talent at the position.

Quinyon Mitchell is an elite athlete at corner who thrives in man coverage. In a division with quarterbacks like Trevor Lawrence and C.J. Stroud, the Colts need cornerbacks that can play man and make plays on the ball.

22) Minnesota Vikings: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

With Danielle Hunter, Marcus Davenport, and D.J. Wonnum all slated to hit free agency, it’s important the Vikings make moves to replenish their pass rush room. Minnesota nabs an explosive athlete in Chop Robinson for Brian Flores to draw up pressures and create havoc with.

23) Pittsburgh Steelers: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

The Steelers offense is a mixed bag of “Who Knows?” right now with most of the talent on that side of the ball. So many players have their futures up in the air, especially in their wide receiver room. Allen Robinson will likely be cut with an $11M cap hit next year, and Diontae Johnson could join him since he has no more guaranteed money left on his deal.

Brian Thomas Jr. is a height/weight/speed freak at 6’4″, 205 pounds and possessing blazing explosiveness. His combination of athleticism and rare drops would be a welcome boost to this Steelers offense.

24) Houston Texans (From CLE): Denzel Burke, CB, Ohio State

With Stroud playing at this level, it’s important to ensure the defense takes strides to match his offensive output so it doesn’t all fall on his shoulders. The Texans have three corners who have all played over 200 snaps this year hitting free agency and haven’t had a full season of Derek Stingley Jr. yet.

Denzel Burke is a smooth and competitive corner who would be an excellent complement to Derek Stingley.

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

The Chiefs will need more than one wide receiver in the offseason and opt to make it a priority here early on in this mock.

Mitchell is an excellent height/weight/speed wide receiver prospect at 6’4 and roughly 200 pounds. Texas has thrown his way when they have needed a big play and he has responded seemingly every time, a style of playmaker the Chiefs are in desperate need of.

26) Jacksonville Jaguars: Troy Fautanu, G, Washington

It’s been hard watching the Jaguars operate offensively this year, as the offensive line has consistently dragged their performance down often. Added onto the inconsistent wide receiver play and frustrating play-calling under Press Taylor, it’s caused this Jaguars’ offense to wildly underperform expectations.

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Time to fix that. Troy Fautanu is a ready-made guard and is as clean a guard prospect as I can recall. He should start right away at guard and can play tackle in a pinch if need be.

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

The pass rush for the Lions has been lackluster at best and could really use a boost with a dynamic pass rusher in the fold. Jared Verse is one of the best in the class, boasting a superb combination of explosiveness and power.

28) Philadelphia Eagles: Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State

The Philadelphia Eagles haven’t figured out their WR3 spot yet, and Julio Jones, Olamide Zacchaeus, and Quez Watkins are all slated to hit free agency.

Howie Roseman has only drafted trench players, wide receivers, and quarterbacks in Round 1, so we have to stick with the theme. Emeka Egbuka’s quickness and hands have made him a standout and would add another dimension to the Eagles’ offense.

29) Miami Dolphins: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

The interior of the Dolphins’ offensive line has been a struggling unit and will undergo even more turnaround in the offseason. Graham Barton has the flexibility to play anywhere on the offensive line, but in this scenario, he steps in to replace Connor Williams at center.

30) Dallas Cowboys: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

Tyron Smith has played like an All-Pro this season and should be extended. However, it’s getting closer to a time when Dallas has to invest in his long-term replacement. I do not believe that should be Tyler Smith, because his future long-term is best at left guard.

Suamataia is a freak athlete at 6’6″, 325 and has some high-level tape as a run blocker and in pass protection despite switching from right to left tackle this season. Regardless of whether Smith is extended or not, this would be a wise investment given Smith’s lack of durability recently.

31) San Francisco 49ers: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

It is high time the Colton McKivitz experiment at right tackle ended for the 49ers. Taliese Fuaga is arguably the best run blocker in this class and would fit right in with Shanahan’s zone-heavy offense.

32) Baltimore Ravens: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

It feels a tad lazy to mock a wide receiver to the Ravens once again, but they would be smart to invest there again after hitting on the Zay Flowers pick last year. Odell Beckham Jr., Nelson Agholor, and Devin Duvernay are slated for free agency.

An explosive height/weight/speed threat, Troy Franklin eats up ground in a hurry and can take the top off of defenses. His presence outside would help open up targets across the field for Zay Flowers, Mark Andrews, and Isaiah Likely.

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

Carolina should be all over as many wide receivers as they can get this offseason to give Bryce Young a better situation than what he had this season. Fortunately for them, they find one here in another Washington stud wide receiver.

Polk has the size, ball skills, hands, and route running to be a reliable playmaker for Young and can separate and make the tough catches to keep the chains moving, something the Panthers are desperate for.

34) Arizona Cardinals: J.T. Tuimoloau, EDGE, Ohio State

The Cardinals have been effective at generating sacks, but they’ve struggled to bring consistent pressure. They’ve also struggled with runs outside and keeping the edges secured.

J.T. Tuimoloau boasts the explosiveness that they could use outside and is an advanced pass rusher with his technique. He boasts the strength needed to stick in base against the run and

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

I mean…you knew this was coming, right?

36) Washington Commanders: Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

Washington has been the worst passing defense in the NFL this year, and their corner room has been the biggest culprit. To make matters worse, Kendall Fuller is a pending free agent in the offseason. They should invest early and often into that unit.

37) Las Vegas Raiders: T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

The Raiders could use a boost upfront in the interior of their defensive line. It’s been a roughly average unit, but is set to have Bilal Nichols, Adam Butler, and John Jenkins all hit free agency.

Sweat had a tremendous 2023 season, winning the Outland Trophy as the best interior lineman. He provides a mammoth presence (literally) as a pass rusher and run stuffer.

38) Green Bay Packers (From NYJ): Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

With Rasheed Walker set to hit free agency and David Bakhtiari’s future with the team up in the air, the Packers should be aggressive in finding their long-term left tackle to protect Jordan Love or whoever their next quarterback will be.

39) New York Giants: Cooper Beebe, G, Kansas State

It hasn’t mattered who has played guard for the Giants this season; they’ve been completely decimated in pass protection. Five different guards have combined for 74 pressures. For reference, the entire Dolphins OL has allowed 88 this season. Beebe steps right into either guard spot and locks it down immediately.

40) Tennessee Titans: Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

On the surface, the Titans’ pass rush numbers look pretty good, ranking near the top in sacks, pressures, and win rates. Yet, most of that is due to their interior pass rush, not their true “edge rushers.” The Titans could use a boost to that room and give some competition to Harold Landry and Arden Key.

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

The flashes have been there for Trey Pipkins, but he has struggled to string consistently strong performances at right tackle. He has just $4.5M in guaranteed money left on his contract and can be moved on easily. Guyton can step right in and give a talented anchor at right tackle.

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

Since the Commanders traded away Chase Young and Montez Sweat, their edge rushers have combined for just 27 pressures and two sacks. It’s been part of the reason why their passing defense has been as awful as it has been. Braswell is a high-motor, powerful pass rusher who could provide a jolt to this pass rush.

43) Philadelphia Eagles (From NO): Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona

The Eagles’ interest in another offensive lineman has been an open secret this season, as this unit could be in line for a lot of moving parts in the coming seasons. Jordan Morgan can play either tackle or guard in the Eagles’ offense, letting Philly swing him inside if one of their guards moves over to replace Jason Kelce at center.

44) New York Giants (From SEA): Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest

The Giants have gotten encouraging play out of Deonte Banks at one corner spot, but the rest of their corner room hasn’t played up to that level. Caelen Carson is a physical and smooth cornerback who can work on an island in man coverage against any style of receiver.

45) Los Angeles Rams: Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

The Rams’ safety room has been much-maligned this season and is set to have Jordan Fuller and John Johnson depart in free agency. The Rams should invest and add a talented playmaker like Tyler Nubin, whose ball skills and range would be a welcome addition to that room.

46) Atlanta Falcons: Kalen King, CB, Penn State

The Falcons are second in the NFL in man coverage this season, despite getting a mixed bag at corner opposite of A.J. Terrell. Kalen King is a natural fit in that system, and his aggressive ball skills would help a unit that hasn’t recorded an interception this season.

47) Houston Texans: Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

In an effort to keep adding talent around C.J. Stroud, the Texans add a dynamite tight end prospect to unlock a new element of their offense. Sanders is a tremendous athlete who can do damage after the catch as well as with his enormous catch radius at 6’4.

48) Buffalo Bills: T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

The Bills need to invest early and often into retooling that entire secondary, and I would look at taking advantage of this cornerback class while they can. Tampa is an excellent zone corner with great instincts and ball skills-something the Bills need to add to their corner room.

49) Cincinnati Bengals: Tyleik Williams, DT, Ohio State

The Bengals have struggled to generate much of a presence on the interior of their defense in both run defense and rushing the passer. While Tyleik Williams is a tad undersized at 6’2″ 290, he is lightning quick and disruptive in both facets of the game and can reinforce their interior.

50) New Orleans Saints (From DEN): Leonard Taylor, DT, Miami (FL)

New Orleans struck gold with the Bryan Bresee pick in last year’s draft and should double-dip in adding disruptive forces up front on their defensive line. Leonard Taylor III has an explosive first step and can collapse the pocket with ease. He and Bresee on the interior would give New Orleans a fearsome 1-2 punch on their defensive line.

51) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami (FL)

Both Antonie Winfield Jr. and Ryan Neal are slated to hit free agency. While it feels pretty likely that Winfield will be re-signed, the Buccaneers have virtually nothing at their other safety spot. Kamren Kinchens finished tied for fourth nationally with five interceptions this season and can split the field with Winfield and give Tampa a playmaking safety when Winfield steps into the slot.

52) Green Bay Packers: Zach Frazier, C, West Virginia

The play from Josh Myers simply hasn’t been good enough for the Packers to justify not adding more competition here at the pivot. Frazier is a smart, experienced center who fits right into the Packers’ offense and has the physicality and play strength to open up the interior of their run game.

53) Minnesota Vikings: Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

Jordan Hicks was a great linebacker for the team this season, but he is a pending free agent, and with his age off of a season-ending injury, it doesn’t seem likely the Vikings will opt to bring him back. Edgerrin Cooper has been a fast riser this season and has the length and athleticism to thrive in Brian Flores’s defense.

54) Pittsburgh Steelers: Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri

The Steelers’ cornerback room has been oft-maligned this season in several games. While Joey Porter Jr. has shown flashes, the rest of that unit has not, and several of them are slated to hit free agency. Abrams-Draine finished second in the SEC in pass breakups this season and would provide a boost to that corner room.

55) Indianapolis Colts: Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

The lack of depth for the Colts’ defensive tackle room gets obvious when DeForest Buckner or Grover Stewart step off the field. Worse still for the Colts, Stewart is a pending free agent. Even if the Colts bring him back, they should add to this room.

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

It has been a pretty common trend to mock a wide receiver to the Browns over the last couple of seasons, and that need hasn’t changed yet. Amari Cooper could be off the team next year, given his $20M cap hit with no more guaranteed money left. Cedric Tillman and Elijah Moore have shown flashes, but the room still needs more talent added to it.

57) Jacksonville Jaguars: Jack Sawyer, EDGE, Ohio State

The Jaguars have been pursuing additional pass-rush help for months now. While Josh Allen will almost certainly return, and Travon Walker is taking steps forward as a pass rusher, the depth of that room is a problem that could burn them, given the quarterbacks they will face in the AFC.

58) Kansas City Chiefs: Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State

Superstar Chris Jones’s future in Kansas City is uncertain, but even if the team re-signs him, the rest of their defensive line needs a significant boost in talent. Michael Hall Jr. is quick and powerful with a tremendous motor that would add another talented pass rusher to the Chiefs’ interior.

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

The Lions need plenty of investment into their cornerback room, with five players from a lackluster room all pending free agents. James has a wire-thin frame, but his competitiveness and physicality scream Detroit Lion. His production would be a welcome sight for the Lions’ cornerback room.

60) Philadelphia Eagles: Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson

We’ve all seen the Eagles’ linebacker room. Howie Roseman doesn’t typically go outside of his norm when it comes to the positions he typically drafts, but he simply has to this time.

61) Miami Dolphins: Calen Bullock, S, USC

Miami’s defense has been better this season, but could still use a boost to their secondary. With their safety room likely having DeShon Elliott and Brandon Jones leave, Miami adds Bullock here to help the team cover deep and add a rangy deep safety to Fangio’s scheme.

62) Dallas Cowboys: Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame

Trevon Diggs and DaRon Bland should be a fantastic corner duo for Dallas for years, but they should fill out the rest of their corner room to replace Stephon Gilmore and Jourdan Lewis. Hart is a long, smooth mover at corner who can start right away outside.

63) San Francisco 49ers: Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

With the potential loss of Javon Kinlaw in the offseason, the 49ers should look to add more talented players on their defensive interior to keep after quarterbacks. Murphy is a superb blend of quickness and strength who boasted excellent pass rush production this year for the Longhorns.

64) Baltimore Ravens: Brandon Dorlus, DL, Oregon

Dorlus is a versatile defensive lineman with his 290-pound frame. He has the length to handle playing 5-tech, but can also move inside and play 3-tech. Dorlus is a disruptive pass rusher on the interior as well, something the Ravens could use if Justin Madubuike walks in free agency.

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65) Carolina Panthers: Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon

The Panthers’ offensive line has been one of the worst in the NFL this season, a fact that has to change if they want Bryce Young to pan out. Jackson Powers-Johnson can play multiple spots on the offensive line and should boost Carolina’s pass protection.

66) New England Patriots: Cedric Johnson, EDGE, Ole Miss

Josh Uche is set to be a free agent, and Matt Judon is coming off of a torn bicep and will be a free agent in 2025. New England’s run defense has been stellar this year, but their pass rush hasn’t quite matched. Johnson isn’t the most dynamic athlete, but he is a superb technician and physical in the run game, a Patriot-style player.

67) Arizona Cardinals: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

The Cardinals added Marvin Harrison Jr. earlier in this mock, but they should double-up with wideouts and really turn that wide receiver room into a position of strength. With Marquise Brown likely leaving in free agency, Roman Wilson gives Arizona a new deep threat with his downfield speed at 6’0″.

68) Washington Commanders: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

Washington’s wide receiver room could see some reshuffling this offseason, with Terry McLaurin’s future with the team under scrutiny and with both Curtis Samuel and Jamison Crowder set to hit free agency. Xavier Worthy gives the team an explosive playmaker to help fill the void left by those potential departures.

69) New York Jets: Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

The Jets will have some interesting decisions to make with Bryce Huff and Carl Lawson set to hit free agency. Assuming one or both walk in free agency, the Jets bolster their pass rush depth with Adisa Isaac, who boasts an excellent combination of explosiveness and length.

70) New York Giants: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

No disrespect to Tommy DeVito, but the Giants cannot go into next season without having something different in their quarterback room. Nix would be an ideal fit in Daboll’s offense and has significantly better tools than the rest of their quarterbacks.

71) Arizona Cardinals (From TEN): Christian Mahogany, G, Boston College

The guard play for Arizona has been a rough outing almost all season, and they can easily upgrade at either spot. Mahogany is an excellent mover in space with great power and physicality and is a Day One starter in the NFL.

72) Los Angeles Chargers: Rod Moore, S, Michigan

Pick a spot on the Chargers’ defense and it stands to reason it could be upgraded in the offseason. Moore’s awareness and instincts in coverage at deep safety would be a boost to a Chargers’ secondary that needs that kind of playmaking deep.

73) Chicago Bears: Beau Brade, S, Maryland

Eddie Jackson’s future with the Bears seems ever uncertain, and the team could use a boost at safety to help sustain the momentum of their defensive turnaround. Brade is a physical, quick-trigger safety who can make plays deep and trigger downhill to fill against the run with ease.

74) Las Vegas Raiders: Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

It seems like the Raiders are set for an offensive overhaul in the offseason, which isn’t a bad thing. Three running backs, including Josh Jacobs, are slated to hit free agency this year, and the Raiders need to help fill that void.

Trey Benson plays with a wonderful blend of burst and contact balance, making him one of the best running backs in this draft class.

75) Seattle Seahawks: McKinley Jackson, DT, Texas A&M

Seattle’s defensive line has to improve depth-wise, especially if Leonard Williams departs in free agency. While Jackson hasn’t quite capitalized on his upside this season, he has an NFL-made frame with his size and length and has all the tools to be a disruptive player up front.

76) Los Angeles Rams: Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

We’re getting closer to having a conversation about Cooper Kupp’s future with the Rams, with his age and contract situation. Regardless of whether he stays or not, the Rams need to find a consistent WR3 to pair with Kupp and Puka Nacua. Jalen McMillan is a talented route-runner and creates separation easily, giving the Rams another talented separator who can play inside or outside.

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

Atlanta’s passing offense has been a mixed bag all season. While what they do at quarterback is uncertain, what is clear is the rest of the offense needs a boost. Malachi Corley will draw plenty of comparisons to Deebo Samuel with his ability after the catch and would give Atlanta’s offense a different skill set from the rest of their receiving corps.

78) Denver Broncos (From NO): Kitan Oladapo, S, Oregon State

It’s probably time for Denver to move on from Kareem Jackson (though, never say never at this rate). Both Jackson and PJ Locke are set to hit free agency, and Denver could use a strong safety to pair with Justin Simmons. Oladapo is a tone-setting safety in the run game, but also has great ball skills in coverage and can match up with slot receivers and tight ends.

79) Green Bay Packers (From BUF): Maason Smith, DT, LSU

Green Bay’s run defense, especially along their defensive line, has been a problem for the team for the last few years it seems like, even with Kenny Clark continuing to be a force up front for the team. A huge freak athlete, Maason Smith adds some much-needed “beef” to Green Bay and can create havoc for opposing offenses.

80) Cincinnati Bengals: Tez Walker, WR, North Carolina

With both Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd slated for free agency, it doesn’t seem likely that Cincinnati will opt to bring both back. Walker is arguably the best deep threat in this class and would add some serious juice to the Bengals’ wide receiver room, letting them fill the void created by either departure.

81) Seattle Seahawks (From DEN): Jaylon Ford, LB, Texas

We’ve all watched Bobby Wagner play this season, and teams are actively picking on him in coverage in the middle of the field. It’s high time Seattle addresses that void in coverage and add a younger and better athlete at that spot.

82) Arizona Cardinals (From HOU): Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

Arizona’s linebacker room needs a boost in talent, with so many players scheduled to hit free agency. Gray was all over the field for North Carolina this season and would give the Cardinals a physical force in their linebacker room.

83) Green Bay Packers: Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin

A.J. Dillon hasn’t lived up to expectations, and Aaron Jones might not be long for the team. Braelon Allen adds a different element to that offense, with his burst and vision. As one of the youngest prospects in the upcoming draft, Allen could be a long-time Packer.

84) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Darius Robinson, EDGE, Missouri

Robinson is more of a 5-tech but has the athleticism to play all over the defensive line. The Buccaneers need a boost up front on the defensive line in both the run game and in getting after the quarterback, and Robinson gives them both.

85) Pittsburgh Steelers: Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

The Steelers continue their defensive overhaul by upgrading their much-maligned linebacker corps. Payton Wilson’s medical concerns will have his draft stock varied from team to team, but he is an excellent playmaker on the field and has arguably the best film of any linebacker in the draft.

86) Indianapolis Colts: Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

It can’t hurt to add more playmakers around Anthony Richardson, especially one with the speed and ability after the catch that Ainias Smith has shown. Smith would add a fun dynamic to that offense and give Shane Steichen a unique weapon to scheme explosive plays for.

87) Detroit Lions (From MIN): Cole Bishop, S, Utah

Kerby Joseph and Brian Branch have been stellar for Detroit, but the rest of that safety room hasn’t quite matched their level of play, and the team could opt not to bring Chauncey Gardner-Johnson and Tracy Walker back for next season. Bishop is a versatile safety with the instinct to play comfortably deep and in the box.

88) Cleveland Browns: Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

The Browns could lose multiple players on their defensive line this offseason. Even if they bring one or two back, the unit could use more depth and talent to rotate in. Fiske has been a consistently disruptive force for Florida State this season with his awesome athleticism and constantly hot motor.

89) Kansas City Chiefs: Ty’Ron Hopper, LB, Missouri

Both Drue Tranquill and Willie Gay are slated for free agency, and the Chiefs haven’t gotten consistent play from the other non-Nick Bolton linebackers. Hopper adds a different element to their linebacker room with his coverage ability and would pair nicely with Bolton and Leo Chenal.

90) Jacksonville Jaguars: Josh Newton, CB, TCU

The Jaguars have their starting cornerback duo outside with Tyson Campbell and Darious Williams, but their slot corner position is wide open with Tre Herndon set to hit free agency. Newton is a smaller corner at 5’10, 190 pounds, but has the competitiveness, speed, and quickness to thrive in the slot at the next level.

91) Detroit Lions: Jordan Burch, EDGE, Oregon

Detroit doubles down at pass rusher here early in this mock. General manager Brad Holmes loves explosive pass-rushers, and Burch leaps off the screen with his combination of size and speed.

92) Houston Texans (From PHI): Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

The Texans turn back to their defense and shore up their defensive line. Jenkins, a member of Bruce Feldman’s Freaks List, could step right in with his NFL tools and be a force for the Texans to rotate with Maliek Collins.

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

Given all of Dallas’s upcoming contract extensions, center Tyler Biadasz could be the odd man out as an expiring free agent this offseason. Dallas gets a ready-made starter in Sedrick Van Pran, who is a tremendous athlete with great power and IQ.

94) San Francisco 49ers: Jaylen Harrell, EDGE, Michigan

Even if the 49ers retain Chase Young, they have shown a willingness to keep bolstering their pass rush, and they haven’t gotten enough out of the rest of their pass rush room to pass up on a quality prospect early. Harrell is flying under the radar on that Michigan defense, but he is explosive and highly productive.

95) Baltimore Ravens: Quinton Newsome, CB, Nebraska

With four corners set to hit free agency, it’s wise for Baltimore to add more talent to this room to stay atop the AFC. Newsome is a long and physical cornerback outside who has the awareness to stick in Baltimore’s scheme.

Round 4

2024 nfl mock draft

96) Carolina Panthers Christian Haynes, G, UConn

97) Arizona Cardinals Javon Bullard, DB, Georgia

98) New England Patriots Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon

99) Washington Commanders Marshawn Kneeland, DL, Western Michigan

100) New York Giants Marshawn Lloyd, RB, USC

101) Tennessee Titans DeWayne Carter, DT, Duke

102) Los Angeles Chargers Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

103) Chicago Bears Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

104) Las Vegas Raiders Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

105) New York Jets Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame

106) Pittsburgh Steelers (From LAR) Mekhi Wingo, DT, LSU

107) Atlanta Falcons Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina

108) Jacksonville Jaguars (From NO) Tory Horton, WR, Colorado State

109) Seattle Seahawks Dominick Puni, G, Kansas

110) Cincinnati Bengals Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

111) New York Jets (From DEN) Donovan Jackson, G, Ohio State

112) Houston Texans Oronde Gadsden II, WR, Syracuse

113) Buffalo Bills Tyler Davis, DT, Clemson

114) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Marist Liufau, LB, Notre Dame

115) Green Bay Packers Xavier Watts, S, Notre Dame

116) Indianapolis Colts Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

117) Minnesota Vikings Audric Estime, RB, Notre Dame

118) Pittsburgh Steelers Keith Randolph Jr., DT, Illinois

119) Houston Texans (From CLE) Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon

120) Atlanta Falcons (From JAX) Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State

121) Kansas City Chiefs Jaheim Bell, TE, Florida State

122) Minnesota Vikings (From DET) Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane

123) Chicago Bears (From PHI) Sataoa Laumea, G, Utah

124) Denver Broncos (From MIA) Junior Colson, LB, Michigan

125) San Francisco 49ers (From DAL) Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah

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

127) Baltimore Ravens Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State

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2024 nfl mock draft

128) Cleveland Browns (From CAR) Justin Eboigbe, DT, Alabama

129) New England Patriots Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

130) Arizona Cardinals Anthony Belton, OT, NC State

131) Washington Commanders Nehemiah Pritchett, CB, Auburn

132) Carolina Panthers (From TEN) Steve Linton, EDGE, Texas Tech

133) Los Angeles Chargers Jamari Thrash, WR, Louisville

134) Chicago Bears Chau Smith-Wade, CB, Washington State

135) Las Vegas Raiders Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State

136) Denver Broncos (From NYJ) Malik Washington, WR, Virginia

137) New York Giants Nazir Stackhouse, DT, Georgia

138) Atlanta Falcons Malachi Moore, S, Alabama

139) New Orleans Saints Curtis Jacobs, LB, Penn State

140) Seattle Seahawks Bryson Nesbit, TE, North Carolina

141) Los Angeles Rams Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

142) Denver Broncos Josh Simmons, OT, Ohio State

143) Arizona Cardinals (From HOU) Theo Johnson, TE, Penn State

144) Buffalo Bills Brevyn Spann-Ford, TE, Minnesota

145) Cincinnati Bengals Tyler Warren, TE, Penn State

146) Buffalo Bills (From GB) TreVeyon Henderson, RB, Ohio State

147) Tennessee Titans (From TB) Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama

148) Philadelphia Eagles (From MIN) James Williams, S, Miami (FL)

149) Los Angeles Rams (From PIT) Dallin Holker, TE, Colorado State

150) Indianapolis Colts Johnny Dixon, CB, Penn State

151) Minnesota Vikings (From CLE) Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida

152) Minnesota Vikings (From KC) Joshua Gray, G, Oregon State

153) Jacksonville Jaguars Javon Foster, OT, Missouri

154) Detroit Lions Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona

155) Cleveland Browns (From PHI) Edefuan Ulofoshio, LB, Washington

156) Miami Dolphins Jared Wiley, TE, TCU

157) Kansas City (From DAL) Cobee Bryant, CB, Kansas

158) Carolina Panthers (From SF) Zy Alexander, CB, LSU

159) Baltimore Ravens Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

Round 6

2024 nfl mock draft

160) Minnesota Vikings (From CAR) Jalen Sundell, OL, North Dakota State

161) Carolina Panthers (From ARI) Ashton Gillotte, EDGE, Louisville

162) New England Patriots Malik Mustapha, S, Wake Forest

163) Washington Commanders Christian Jones, OT, Texas

164) Los Angeles Chargers Drake Nugent, C, Michigan

165) Miami Dolphins (From CHI) Deontae Lawson, LB, Alabama

166) Minnesota Vikings (From LV) Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State

167) New York Jets De’Corian Clark, WR, UTSA

168) New York Giants Tip Reiman, TE, Illinois

169) Tennessee Titans Garret Greenfield, OL, South Dakota State

170) New Orleans Saints Delmar Glaze, OT, Maryland

171) Seattle Seahawks Jordan Travis, QB, Florida State

172) Buffalo Bills (From LAR) Isaiah Adams, OL, Illinois

173) Philadelphia Eagles (From ATL) Jalyx Hunt, LB, Houston Christian

174) Cleveland Browns (From HOU) Donovan Edwards, RB, Michigan

175) Buffalo Bills Yam Banks, S, South Alabama

176) Cincinnati Bengals Josh Proctor, S, Ohio State

177) Los Angeles Rams (From DEN) Javon Solomon, EDGE, Troy

178) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Will Shipley, RB, Clemson

179) Green Bay Packers Anthony Gould, WR, Oregon State

180) Pittsburgh Steelers Austin Reed, QB, Western Kentucky

181) Indianapolis Colts Ray Davis, RB, Kentucky

182) Arizona Cardinals (From MIN) Isaiah Davis, RB, South Dakota State

183) Atlanta Falcons (From CLE) Evan Anderson, DT, Florida Atlantic

184) Jacksonville Jaguars Jaylon Hutchings, DT, Texas Tech

185) Las Vegas Raiders (From KC) Jasheen Davis, EDGE, Wake Forest

186) Detroit Lions Jaylon Carlies, S, Missouri

187) New Orleans Saints (From PHI) Kaimon Rucker, EDGE, North Carolina

188) Miami Dolphins Trajan Jeffcoat, DT, Arkansas

189) Buffalo Bills (From DAL) Tykee Smith, S, Georgia

190) San Francisco 49ers Trey Knox, TE, South Carolina

191) Cleveland Browns (From BAL) Seth Coleman, EDGE, Illinois

Round 7

2024 nfl mock draft

192) Tennessee Titans (From CAR) Brenden Rice, WR, USC

193) Las Vegas Raiders (From NE) Brandon Coleman, G, TCU

194) Arizona Cardinals Omar Speights, LB, LSU

195) Washington Commanders Jalen Green, EDGE, James Madison

196) New England Patriots (From CHI) Cornelius Johnson, WR, Michigan

197) Dallas Cowboys (From LV) Jordan Jefferson, DT, LSU

198) Baltimore Ravens (From NYJ) Josiah Ezirim, OT, Eastern Kentucky

199) Arizona Cardinals (From NYG) Quincy Riley, CB, Louisville

200) Las Vegas Raiders (From TEN) Andrew Raym, C, Oklahoma

201) Los Angeles Chargers Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

202) Seattle Seahawks Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

203) Denver Broncos (From LAR) Deontre Prince, CB, Ole Miss

204) Cleveland Browns (From ATL) Max Tooley, LB, BYU

205) Houston Texans (From NO) Kenny Logan, S, Kansas

206) Buffalo Bills Matthew Lee, C, Miami (FL)

207) Cincinnati Bengals Devin Leary, QB, Kentucky

208) New Orleans Saints (From DEN) Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice

209) Houston Texans Decorian Patterson, CB, UCF

210) Green Bay Packers Layden Robinson, G, Texas A&M

211) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Willie Drew, CB, Virginia State

212) Indianapolis Colts Nelson Ceaser, EDGE, Houston

213) Las Vegas Raiders (From MIN) Tarheeb Still, CB, Maryland

214) Pittsburgh Steelers Gabriel Murphy, EDGE, UCLA

215) Arizona Cardinals (From CLE) Jahdae Barron, S, Texas

216) Houston Texans (From KC) Khalid Duke, EDGE, Kansas State

217) Jacksonville Jaguars Patrick McMorris, S, Cal

218) Detroit Lions Nathan Thomas, OT, Louisiana

219) Tennessee Titans (From PHI) JD Bertrand, LB, Notre Dame

220) Miami Dolphins Beanie Bishop Jr., CB, West Virginia

221) Dallas Cowboys Lideatrick Griffin, WR, Mississippi State

222) San Francisco 49ers Walter Rouse, OT, Oklahoma

223) Baltimore Ravens Zion Tupuola-Fetui, EDGE, Washington

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