2024 NFL Draft Big Board: Drake Maye, Marvin Harrison Jr., and Caleb Williams Headline Loaded Class

The 2024 NFL Draft is fast approaching. Who joins Marvin Harrison Jr. atop the updated 2024 NFL Draft Big Board, and who is rising up the ranks?

As we proceed on the march to April and the eventual 2024 NFL Draft, what does the current Top 300 NFL Draft Big Board look like? Here’s the order in the present day — complete with top prospects, risers, and deep positional sleepers.

2024 NFL Draft Big Board

The 2023 college football season set the stage for what should be an action-packed 2024 NFL Draft weekend in April. Prospects like USC QB Caleb Williams and Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. draw the most attention, but the 2024 class has historic depth at multiple positions and should provide plenty of teams with the chance to improve.

As the Kansas City Chiefs have shown, converting on Day 2 and Day 3 picks can be just as important as converting in Round 1, and the 2024 NFL Draft class has the volume to facilitate opportunity in that regard.

Below, our Top 300 Big Board can help you get an eye for the class, and you’ll also find analysis of our highest-ranked players.

Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

Harrison — the son of Indianapolis Colts Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison Sr. — is PFN’s No. 1 overall prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft, without accounting for positional value. He’s been in this spot since the very beginning, and a strong 67-catch, 1,211-yard, 14-touchdown 2023 campaign only solidified his place.

In my short time grading prospects, the younger Harrison is my highest-graded WR ever — slightly superseding LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase for that title. He’s arguably a generational prospect at the WR position, and looking at the tape, that reputation rings true.

At 6’3 1/4″and 209 pounds, Harrison combines elite athleticism with elite execution. He’s an unnaturally fluid and flexible route runner for his size who weaponizes that unique flexibility with sharp throttle control, devastating efficiency, and leverage IQ at stems.

At the catch point, meanwhile, Harrison uses his size and gravity-defying instincts to consistently convert in tight situations, and he also has the speed and bend to be utilized as a run-after-catch (RAC) threat and a weapon on designed touches.

As a versatile X-receiver, Harrison can be a target funnel and big-play threat on Day 1 with perennial All-Pro upside. He’s the kind of WR prospect who commands top-five capital. That’s not something that happens often.

Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

Each person’s choice for QB1 in the 2024 NFL Draft is entirely subjective. Between Williams and Drake Maye, it’s essentially a 1A-1B scenario. But on PFN’s board, Maye takes the top spot by a very slim margin.

Maye’s production dipped a bit in 2023, and the trademark flaws of a young QB are still there. Most notably, his decision-making can be inconsistent under pressure, and he’s still learning how to consistently throw with touch.

But at 6’4″ and 223 pounds, Maye has an elite physical foundation, and he’s shown he can use it to create or use it within the confines of the offense to elevate his squad.

Maye glides as a mover and has effortless off-platform ability and arm elasticity in off-script situations. And inside the pocket, he’s just as deadly with his rocket arm, pocket navigation skills, processing ability, and active anticipation and DB manipulation as a field general.

Maye has been compared favorably to Justin Herbert, and the tools are there to do that projection justice once he hits the professional circuit.

Caleb Williams, QB, USC

A Notre Dame performance that brought three first-half interceptions soured many on Williams in 2023. But overall, he played incredibly well once again last season, completing 68.8% of his passes at 9.4 yards per attempt for 30 touchdowns and five picks.

Williams didn’t repeat as the Heisman winner, and some concerns that came up in the preseason — that he held the ball too long in the pocket and sometimes passed up open windows in the short-range — still remain. Nevertheless, Williams keeps his status as a true franchise QB option.

USC’s vertical, relatively static scheme didn’t always help Williams find easy answers against pressure, and needing to score at least 40 points each week to account for poor defensive play also put added pressure on his young shoulders.

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More often than not, Williams simply gave further proof of who he is: an ultimate competitor and the most prolific creator in the 2024 NFL Draft QB class.

He’s like a magician off script with his combined change of direction, instinctive feel, and all-encompassing angle freedom, and he has the arm to hit incredibly tight windows.

Williams is a hyper-elite creative threat with an enthralling mix of athleticism, arm strength, and elasticity — weaponized by his complete control and discretion. And within that off-script window, you often see the processing capacity necessary to be a high-level NFL starter.

Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

The battle for OT1 between Penn State’s Olumuyiwa “Olu” Fashanu and Notre Dame’s Joe Alt is based on preference. Fashanu still holds merit as an OT1 candidate and a blue-chip prospect, but Alt is the top OT in the 2024 NFL Draft on PFN’s board.

At almost 6’9″, 321 pounds, Alt’s combination of size, length, athleticism, and flexibility is simply unmatched — and that’s saying something, given the number of high-level athletes in the 2024 class.

Alt has an incredibly rare physical foundation. At 6’9″, it shouldn’t be as natural as it is for him to acquire and maintain leverage, and his recovery athleticism is just as enthralling. In 2023, he improved his independent hand usage and play strength, solidifying his stock as a franchise-changing presence up front.

The NFL Combine served to confirm Alt’s elite tools. At his size, he accrued a 5.05 40-yard dash with a 1.73 10-yard split, a 9’4″ broad jump, and a 7.31 three-cone in the 97th percentile for offensive tackles. Alt is an OT prospect you don’t overthink.

Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Brock Bowers is a tight end by label only. In truth, Bowers is an offensive weapon, and he’s one of the most versatile and dynamic playmakers in the 2024 NFL Draft. It’s why he cracks our top five, beating out other worthy prospects like Fashanu, Malik Nabers, and Terrion Arnold.

Bowers is different. He’s always been different. Right from the jump, as a true freshman at Georgia, he produced at a dominant clip. In three years with the Bulldogs, he amassed 175 catches, 2,538 yards, and 26 touchdowns, as well as 193 yards and five scores on the ground.

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At 6’3″ and 243 pounds, Bowers brings size and toughness as a baseline, but he’s also an absurdly explosive athlete with searing open-field speed, crisp one-cut agility, and grating play strength.

Bowers’ physical foundation is rare, but he’s also an underrated route runner with nuance at stems, a versatile blocker, a bird of prey at the catch point, and a steamroller with his contact balance in open space.

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Big Board: 2024 NFL Draft Prospects

RankPlayerPositionSchool
1Marvin Harrison Jr.WROhio State
2Drake MayeQBNorth Carolina
3Caleb WilliamsQBUSC
4Joe AltOTNotre Dame
5Brock BowersTEGeorgia
6Malik NabersWRLSU
7Olu FashanuOTPenn State
8Terrion ArnoldCBAlabama
9Rome OdunzeWRWashington
10Dallas TurnerEDGEAlabama
11Taliese FuagaOTOregon State
12Quinyon MitchellCBToledo
13Brian Thomas Jr.WRLSU
14Johnny NewtonDTIllinois
15JC LathamOTAlabama
16Chop RobinsonEDGEPenn State
17Kool-Aid McKinstryCBAlabama
18Jared VerseEDGEFlorida State
19Laiatu LatuEDGEUCLA
20Jackson Powers-JohnsonOCOregon State
21Byron Murphy IIDTTexas
22Amarius MimsOTGeorgia
23Tyler GuytonOTOklahoma
24Troy FautanuOTWashington
25Jayden DanielsQBLSU
26AD MitchellWRTexas
27Cooper DeJeanSIowa
28Xavier WorthyWRTexas
29Nate WigginsCBClemson
30Tyler NubinSMinnesota
31J.J. McCarthyQBMichigan
32Bo NixQBOregon
33Michael Penix Jr.QBWashington
34Ja'Lynn PolkWRWashington
35Keon ColemanWRFlorida State
36Darius RobinsonEDGEMissouri
37Ladd McConkeyWRGeorgia
38T.J. TampaCBIowa State
39Graham BartonOLDuke
40Roman WilsonWRMichigan
41Jordan MorganOLArizona
42Kingsley SuamataiaOTBYU
43Kamari LassiterCBGeorgia
44Christian HaynesOGUConn
45Zach FrazierOCWest Virginia
46Adisa IsaacEDGEPenn State
47Ruke OrhorhoroDTClemson
48Max MeltonCBRutgers
49Beau BradeSMaryland
50Trey BensonRBFlorida State
51Ennis Rakestraw Jr.CBMissouri
52Mike SainristilCBMichigan
53Payton WilsonLBNC State
54Cooper BeebeOGKansas State
55Troy FranklinWROregon
56Michael Hall Jr.DTOhio State
57Kiran AmegadjieOTYale
58Chris BraswellEDGEAlabama
59Ben SinnottTEKansas State
60Braden FiskeDTFlorida State
61Marshawn KneelandEDGEWestern Michigan
62Roger RosengartenOTWashington
63Malik MustaphaSWake Forest
64Spencer RattlerQBSouth Carolina
65Malik WashingtonWRVirginia
66Jermaine BurtonWRAlabama
67Cole BishopSUtah
68Ricky PearsallWRFlorida
69Jonathon BrooksRBTexas
70Trevin WallaceLBKentucky
71Cedric GrayLBNorth Carolina
72Bralen TriceEDGEWashington
73Edgerrin CooperLBTexas A&M
74Dadrion Taylor-DemersonSTexas Tech
75Jalen McMillanWRWashington
76Javon BullardSGeorgia
77Caelen CarsonCBWake Forest
78Kamren KinchensSMiami (FL)
79Renardo GreenCBFlorida State
80Leonard Taylor IIIDTMiami (FL)
81T'Vondre SweatDTTexas
82Malachi CorleyWRWestern Kentucky
83Xavier LegetteWRSouth Carolina
84Brandon DorlusEDGEOregon
85Ja'Tavion SandersTETexas
86Junior ColsonLBMichigan
87Brandon ColemanOLTCU
88Christian MahoganyOGBoston College
89Sedrick Van PranOCGeorgia
90Dominick PuniOLKansas
91Kris JenkinsDTMichigan
92Austin BookerEDGEKansas
93Will ShipleyRBClemson
94Bucky IrvingRBOregon
95Jeremiah Trotter Jr.LBClemson
96DeWayne CarterDTDuke
97D.J. JamesCBAuburn
98Devontez WalkerWRNorth Carolina
99McKinnley JacksonDTTexas A&M
100Jared WileyTETCU
101Delmar GlazeOTMaryland
102Patrick PaulOTHouston
103Kris Abrams-DraineCBMissouri
104Cade StoverTEOhio State
105Justin EboigbeDTAlabama
106Jamari ThrashWRLouisville
107Josh NewtonCBTCU
108Mason McCormickOLSouth Dakota State
109Kalen KingCBPenn State
110Isaiah DavisRBSouth Dakota State
111Dylan LaubeRBNew Hampshire
112Jaylen WrightRBTennessee
113Jonah EllissEDGEUtah
114Audric EstimeRBNotre Dame
115Braelon AllenRBWisconsin
116Javon BakerWRUCF
117James WilliamsLBMiami (FL)
118Brenden RiceWRUSC
119Michael PrattQBTulane
120Tanor BortoliniOCWisconsin
121Theo JohnsonTEPenn State
122Blake CorumRBMichigan
123MarShawn LloydRBUSC
124Johnny WilsonWRFlorida State
125Jaden HicksSWashington State
126Blake FisherOTNotre Dame
127Mekhi WingoDTLSU
128Calen BullockSUSC
129Khyree JacksonCBOregon
130Cam HartCBNotre Dame
131Javon SolomonEDGETroy
132Maason SmithDTLSU
133Luke McCaffreyWRRice
134Khristian BoydDTNorthern Iowa
135Elijah JonesCBBoston College
136Tyrice KnightLBUTEP
137Evan WilliamsSOregon
138Tyler DavisDTClemson
139Jarvis Brownlee Jr.CBLouisville
140Ty'Ron HopperLBMissouri
141Jacob CowingWRArizona
142Gabe HallDTBaylor
143Jaylin SimpsonSAuburn
144Tahj WashingtonWRUSC
145Jalyx HuntEDGEHouston Christian
146Jaylan FordLBTexas
147Hunter NourzadOCPenn State
148Xavier ThomasEDGEClemson
149Cedric JohnsonEDGEOle Miss
150Cornelius JohnsonWRMichigan
151Kitan OladapoSOregon State
152Nelson CeaserEDGEHouston
153Mohamed KamaraEDGEColorado State
154Andru PhillipsCBKentucky
155Keith Randolph Jr.DTIllinois
156Tykee SmithSGeorgia
157M.J. DevonshireCBPittsburgh
158Javon FosterOTMissouri
159Jarius MonroeCBTulane
160Garret GreenfieldOTSouth Dakota State
161Matt GoncalvesOTPittsburgh
162Isaac GuerendoRBLouisville
163Jordan TravisQBFlorida State
164Gabriel MurphyEDGEUCLA
165Jarrian JonesCBFlorida State
166Jalen CokerWRHoly Cross
167Qwan'tez StiggersCBToronto (CFL)
168Jha'Quan JacksonWRTulane
169Myles HardenCBSouth Dakota
170Jaylon CarliesSMissouri
171Kimani VidalRBTroy
172Thomas HarperSNotre Dame
173Daequan HardyCBPenn State
174Anthony GouldWROregon State
175Sione VakiSUtah
176Blake WatsonRBMemphis
177Jordan JeffersonDTLSU
178Beaux LimmerOCArkansas
179Johnny DixonCBPenn State
180Jordan WhittingtonWRTexas
181Jaheim BellTEFlorida State
182Willie DrewCBVirginia State
183Millard BradfordSTCU
184Nathaniel WatsonLBMississippi State
185Carlton JohnsonCBFresno State
186Logan LeeDTIowa
187Anthony GoodlowDLOklahoma State
188Christian JonesOTTexas
189Isaiah AdamsOGIllinois
190Ryan FlournoyWRSE Missouri State
191Dallin HolkerTEColorado State
192LaDarius HendersonOLMichigan
193Marist LiufauLBNotre Dame
194Tanner McLachlanTEArizona
195Aaron CaseyLBIndiana
196Erick AllTEIowa
197Sataoa LaumeaOLUtah
198Ray DavisRBKentucky
199Carter BradleyQBSouth Alabama
200Austin ReedQBWestern Kentucky
201Chau Smith-WadeCBWashington State
202Josh ProctorSOhio State
203Zak ZinterOGMichigan
204Rasheen AliRBMarshall
205Darius MuasauLBUCLA
206Emani BaileyRBTCU
207Dylan McMahonOCNC State
208Brennan JacksonEDGEWashington State
209Tommy EichenbergLBPenn State
210Jowon BriggsDTCincinnati
211Tip ReimanTEIllinois
212Zion Tupuola-FetuiEDGEWashington
213Sundiata AndersonEDGEGrambling State
214Matthew LeeOCMiami (FL)
215Nehemiah PritchettCBAuburn
216Anim DankwahOTHoward
217Kamal HaddenCBTennessee
218Ryan WattsCBTexas
219Dominique HamptonSWashington
220Travis GloverOTGeorgia State
221Curtis JacobsLBPenn State
222Layden RobinsonOGTexas A&M
223Mark PerrySTCU
224Marcellas DialCBSouth Carolina
225Myles ColeEDGETexas Tech
226Eric WattsEDGEUConn
227Bub MeansWRPittsburgh
228Decamerion RichardsonCBMississippi State
229Eyabi Okie-AnomaEDGECharlotte
230Kalen DeLoachSFlorida State
231Kingsley EguakunOCFlorida
232Ainias SmithWRTexas A&M
233Cody SchraderRBMissouri
234Kedon SlovisQBBYU
235Prince PinesOGTulane
236Solomon ByrdEDGEUSC
237Edefuan UlofoshioLBWashington
238Grayson MurphyEDGEUCLA
239Javion CohenOGMiami (FL)
240Zion LogueDTGeorgia
241Devin LearyQBKentucky
242Julian PearlOTIllinois
243Andrew RaymOCOklahoma
244Evan AndersonDTFAU
245Joshua CephusWRUTSA
246Caedan WallaceOTPenn State
247Fabien LovettDTFlorida State
248Daijun EdwardsRBGeorgia
249Jaylen HarrellEDGEMichigan
250Jaden ShirdenRBMonmouth
251Josiah EzirimOTEastern Kentucky
252C.J. HansonOGHoly Cross
253Isaiah WilliamsWRIllinois
254Jason BeanQBKansas
255Josh WallaceCBMichigan
256Jackson MitchellLBUConn
257Xavier WeaverWRColorado
258Taylor UpshawEDGEArizona
259McCallan CastlesTETennessee
260Braiden McGregorEDGEMichigan
261Brevyn Spann-FordTEMinnesota
262Trey TaylorSAir Force
263Jay StanleySSouthern Miss
264Marcus HarrisDTAuburn
265Marcus Rosemy-JacksaintWRGeorgia
266Omar SpeightsLBLSU
267Charles TurnerOCLSU
268Dayton WadeWROle Miss
269James EsterDTNorthern Illinois
270KT LevestonOLKansas State
271George HolaniRBBoise State
272Kenny Logan Jr.SKansas
273Tyrone HowellWRUL Monroe
274Jaden CrumedyDTMississippi State
275Lideatrick GriffinWRMississippi State
276JD BertrandLBNotre Dame
277Jelani BakerWRLimestone
278Mike EdwardsOTCampbell
279Trajan JeffcoatEDGEArkansas
280Jackson SirmonLBCalifornia
281Joe MiltonQBTennessee
282Myles MurphyDTNorth Carolina
283Jabari SmallRBTennessee
284Jamree KromahDTJames Madison
285Jawhar JordanRBLouisville
286Easton GibbsLBWyoming
287Maema NjongmetaLBWisconsin
288Jack PlummerQBLouisville
289Mike NovitskyOCKansas
290Javontae Jean-BaptisteEDGENotre Dame
291Javan MorganCBFlorida A&M
292Bryan HudsonOCLouisville
293Tarheeb StillCBMaryland
294Daijahn AnthonySOle Miss
295Sam HartmanQBNotre Dame
296Jase McClellanRBAlabama
297Ethan DriskellOTMarshall
298Devin CulpTEWashington
299Ja'quan SheppardCBMaryland
300Dillon JohnsonRBWashington

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