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    Top 100 2024 NFL Draft Prospects: Marvin Harrison Jr., Caleb Williams, Drake Maye Lead the 2024 Class

    Led by talents like Marvin Harrison Jr., Caleb Williams, and Drake Maye, the 2024 NFL Draft class looks very promising as April 25 approaches.

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    The 2023 college football season was the closing chapter for countless 2024 NFL Draft prospects. The 2024 class appears to be very deep at impact positions, and it also has the blue-chip talent necessary to reward the teams at the top of the order.

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    The 2024 NFL Draft cycle is almost at its conclusion. As the end of the countdown nears, here’s a look at the top prospects across the draft landscape.

    The 2024 NFL Draft is rich with storylines — an elite QB duel and droves of tackle talent — but receivers ultimately dominate the top of the board.

    1) Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

    Selected #3 overall by the New England Patriots

    In 2022, Drake Maye completed 342 out of 517 passes for 4,321 yards, 38 touchdowns, and only seven interceptions. His stats weren’t as pretty in 2023, but the high-level blend of physical talent and anticipatory savvy is still there on tape.

    Maye is a talented quarterback who makes the game look easy with his athleticism and layering ability. Despite what the consensus may suggest, he’s at the top of the class with Williams, and it could be a close call for QB1.

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    On an episode of the PFN Scouting Podcast during the season, we explored whether or not there’s a definitive case to make for Maye as QB1, and the findings were eye-opening.

    At 6’4″, 223 pounds, Maye is an effortless mover in the mold of Jordan Love, who has the athleticism and elite arm talent to elevate the offense both inside and outside of structure. Maye’s ability to anticipate windows and manipulate defenders sets him apart.

    2) Caleb Williams, QB, USC

    Selected #1 overall by the Chicago Bears

    Caleb Williams picked up from where he left off in his Heisman Trophy-winning 2022 season. He completed over 70% of his passes at 11 yards per attempt through the first six games and had 22 touchdown passes to just one pick through that stretch.

    A three-interception game against Notre Dame tainted Williams’ record in 2023 and drew up concerns over his internal clock. But Williams rebounded in the weeks following that game. Overall, he’s still a very exciting prospect and a QB1 contender.

    Standing 6’1″ and 215 pounds, Williams is an exceptional off-platform player with remarkable creativity and a rocket arm.

    His ability to improvise and make plays is matched only by his awe-inspiring arm elasticity and window creation. Williams’ clean mechanics, processing ability, and discretion as a playmaker are traits that complete his profile and make him a top prospect.

    3) Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

    Selected #4 overall by the Arizona Cardinals

    Marvin Harrison Jr. has massive expectations to live up to as the son of a Hall of Famer, but he’s already shown that he can handle the pressure. He’s become not only a top NFL prospect but a generational one, rivaling the likes of Ja’Marr Chase and A.J. Green.

    At 6’3″ and 209 pounds, Harrison makes difficult tasks like sinking, separating, and catching the ball look effortless. He excels in all aspects of WR play, from outmaneuvering defensive backs and finding space to making explosive plays that can change the game.

    In 2023, Harrison reminded us of his elite skill set and added to it. His straight-line speed was on full display against Youngstown State. Against Penn State, he generated big plays with previously unseen RAC ability. And vs. Wisconsin and Michigan State, he won with gravity-defying body control and contortion ability. He’s truly a complete WR1.

    4) Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

    Selected #5 overall by the Los Angeles Chargers

    Normally, offensive tackles hit a point of diminishing returns once they reach 6’7″ or 6’8″. It may be too tall at a position where leverage is paramount, but Notre Dame’s Joe Alt is an anomaly.

    At 6’9″, 321 pounds, the former tight end is absurdly flexible, well-leveraged, quick out of his stance, and his recovery athleticism is a formidable failsafe. In 2023, he improved his strength and independent hand usage, making a strong case for OT1.

    5) Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

    Selected #13 overall by the Las Vegas Raiders

    Brock Bowers is one of the most productive tight ends in college football history. Because of his rare explosiveness, instincts, and big-play ability, he’s also viewed as an early first-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

    The Georgia offense successfully created opportunities for Bowers, but he capitalized on them with his quick acceleration, zone awareness, prying contact balance, steely coordination, and strong grip when reaching high for the ball.

    Bowers is a true three-level threat with big-slot and position-less utility — a contested-catch nightmare for DBs and a devastating RAC weapon in space.

    6) Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

    Selected #6 overall by the New York Giants

    Preseason hype can be misleading. LSU WR Kayshon Boutte is a recent example. However, fellow Tigers product Malik Nabers is on track to fulfill his first-round potential and become a top-10 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

    Nabers is a genuine speed threat downfield who can effortlessly offset and stack defensive backs. But he also has exceptional contact balance in the RAC phase at around 6’0″, 200 pounds, At the catch point, he’s an adept contortionist and a steely football tracker.

    In 2023, Nabers hauled in 86 catches for 1,546 yards and 14 touchdowns, providing evaluators with a solid case to be WR2 behind Harrison. He’s a superlative athlete with his explosion and twitch, and his upside is nearly unmatched.

    7) Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

    Selected #17 overall by the Minnesota Vikings

    While Dallas Turner isn’t quite at Will Anderson Jr.’s caliber as a prospect, he’s still a viable EDGE1 candidate in the 2024 NFL Draft. And after his 10-sack, 14.5-TFL performance in 2023, he’ll more easily win over NFL evaluators as a potential game-changing talent on defense.

    Standing 6’3″ and weighing around 247 pounds, Turner has nightmarish potential with his searing burst and speed, gravity-defying bend, and awesome speed-to-power capacity. He’s steadily improved at sequencing his power rushes, and his high-octane athleticism makes him nearly impossible to contain.

    8) Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

    Selected #9 overall by the Chicago Bears

    If Rome Odunze had decided to enter the 2023 NFL Draft, he would have been a contender for the WR1 mantle. Then, in 2023, he only got better, catching 93 passes for 1,640 yards and 13 touchdowns in a historic final campaign.

    At 6’3″ and 212 pounds, Odunze’s size-adjusted flexibility is almost unique. That trait allows him to slither through zones, separate from DBs in man, accrue yards after the catch, and make awe-inspiring contortions at the catch point.

    Odunze almost resembles Keenan Allen with his size, fluidity, and conversion ability — but he has considerably more speed and explosiveness.

    9) Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

    Selected #11 overall by the New York Jets

    It’s unusual for offensive tackle prospects to have the physical attributes that Penn State’s Olu Fashanu possessed as a mere redshirt sophomore in 2022, and he brings those same traits as a prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft cycle.

    Fashanu meets all the size requirements and is an excellent athlete with exceptional mobility and flexibility. Additionally, he’s a composed pass protector who uses a combination of patience, discipline, and strong hands to neutralize opposing rushers.

    10) Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

    Selected #24 overall by the Detroit Lions

    No cornerback has risen further up the 2024 NFL Draft board than Alabama’s Terrion Arnold. On my board, he’s CB1 in a stacked CB class and a blue-chip prospect at his position.

    In his 14-game breakout 2023 campaign, Arnold amassed 63 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, a sack, five interceptions, 12 pass deflections, and a forced fumble. He’s been a prolific producer in both phases of the game.

    In addition to being a warrior in run support, Arnold has lockdown coverage potential with his rapid closing burst, crisp fluidity, and torrid short-area quickness at 6’0″, 195 pounds. His click-and-close reaction quickness is awe-inspiring.

    11) Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

    Selected #14 overall by the New Orleans Saints

    The 2024 NFL Draft OT class could go on to be a historic group. Already entering the year, there were three arguable blue-chip prospects. In 2023, Oregon State’s Taliese Fuaga became another legitimate top-15 prospect.

    At 6’6″ and 330 pounds, Fuaga is a mountain of a man. And yet, he explodes off the line as a run blocker and can effortlessly match rushers to the apex in pass protection. He’s well-leveraged, nuanced, and coordinated with his hands, strong at the point, and has size-defying recovery capacity.

    Fuaga checks all the boxes as an impact starting right tackle at the NFL level, and if he can keep rising into the elite echelon as a hand-fighter, he can be a long-term starter in the mold of Jason Peters.

    12) Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois

    Selected #36 overall by the Washington Commanders

    A top producer in 2022 with 5.5 sacks and 14 tackles for loss, Illinois’ Johnny Newton remains our DT1 in the 2024 NFL Draft after his 2023 season.

    At 6’2″ and around 300 pounds, Newton fits the mold of the modern disruptor. While his length isn’t elite, Newton counteracts that easily with his explosiveness, agility, natural leverage, intentional hands, and strength. And his flexibility is a hyper-elite trait that allows him to peel through blocks and consistently squirm free in pursuit.

    13) Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

    Selected #20 overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers

    Whether he plays tackle or guard at the next level, Troy Fautanu has the tools to be an impact starter. At around 6’4″, 320 pounds, with exceptional proportional length, Fautanu has the necessary build. He also has smooth recovery athleticism and brisk explosiveness as a run blocker. With his length, Fautanu can channel that burst into displacement power.

    14) Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

    Selected #2 overall by the Washington Commanders

    After his Arizona State career ended unceremoniously, Jayden Daniels again announced himself as an early first-round prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft, with almost 5,000 total yards and 50 touchdowns in a Heisman-winning campaign.

    Daniels’ lighter frame may fall outside some evaluators’ size constraints, but the LSU standout put on a clinic for QB play in 2023. He’s an elite creator with endlessly slippery athleticism and blistering speed who doubles as a deep-ball merchant with his accuracy and timing.

    15) Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa

    Selected #40 overall by the Philadelphia Eagles

    In the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft, Lukas Van Ness represented Iowa. Cooper DeJean seems to be on a similar path in 2024. DeJean stands around 6’0″ and plays near 209 pounds, displaying remarkable speed, bend, and movement freedom for his size.

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    In 2022, DeJean recorded five interceptions, including three pick-sixes and eight PBUs, adding another two interceptions in 2023. He shows high-IQ cover skills in addition to his athleticism, allowing him to anticipate routes and shift the momentum — but he also functions as a de facto safety in run support.

    16) Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

    Selected #22 overall by the Philadelphia Eagles

    Quinyon Mitchell is safely the best Group of Five prospect on the 2024 NFL Draft circuit. At around 6’0”, 195 pounds, he has a strong frame, enough length, and physicality to disrupt WRs in man.

    Mitchell’s top selling points, however, are his near-4.3 recovery speed, sharp route identification skills, and elite ball skills — which he used to rack up six interceptions and 37 pass breakups in his collegiate career.

    17) Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

    Selected #23 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars

    Brian Thomas Jr. was incredible in 2023, with 68 catches, 1,177 yards, and 17 touchdowns. That’s the stat line for the LSU WR, which almost matches his first-round teammate Nabers. Thomas has been a big riser, and he could be an early first-round pick when it’s all said and done.

    At around 6’3″, 210 pounds, Thomas is another streamlined size-speed freak with rare accelerative capacity and movement freedom at his size. With this athletic freedom, he can attack DBs at stems, and his ball-tracking ability is an effusive plus in the red zone.

    18) Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

    Selected #21 overall by the Miami Dolphins

    Chop Robinson‘s production never quite hit the elite tier, but he’s one prospect whose tape is paramount in getting a complete valuation of his talent.

    Though Robinson doesn’t have high-end length, he’s a compact rusher and an absolute maniac in both phases of defense. As a run defender, he can slab blockers and surge through gaps. As a pass rusher, his blend of instant explosiveness, twitch, bend, power, and ruthless aggression is unmatched in the class and allows for vast alignment versatility.

    19) Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

    Selected #41 overall by the New Orleans Saints

    Kool-Aid McKinstry may have fallen below Arnold, but that’s more of a nod to Arnold than a knock on McKinstry. The second Alabama playmaker at the position is still a definite first-round CB prospect with CB1 upside at the NFL level.

    Although McKinstry has good size at around 6’0″, 199 pounds, with 32″ arms, what sets him apart is his exceptional short-range technique, quick reflexes, explosive movements, and precise, targeted physicality.

    McKinstry isn’t quite an elite athlete on the vertical plane, but that’s one of the only knocks on his profile. Overall, he’s long, fluid, fleet-footed, technically sound, smart in zone, aggressive at the catch point, and savvy in support.

    20) JC Latham, OT, Alabama

    Selected #7 overall by the Tennessee Titans

    Despite being a potential first-round pick, JC Latham is often overlooked. However, as an Alabama OT, he can follow in the footsteps of other Crimson Tide first-rounders who came before him.

    At 6’6″ and 342 pounds, Latham is incredibly explosive and agile on his feet. He also maintains his balance in pass sets, which is surprising for someone his size. His physicality is overwhelming, and he channels his elite physical tools with that domineering tenacity.

    Latham was a bright spot on an otherwise up-and-down Alabama offensive line in 2023, and his physical foundation makes him a first-round prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft.

    21) Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

    Selected #19 overall by the Los Angeles Rams

    After transferring from Albany, Jared Verse logged 18 sacks and 29.5 tackles for loss in two seasons at Florida State. He’ll be an older rookie, but he’ll also be a plug-and-play starter with immediate disruptive potential and a power profile to keep building on.

    At 6’4″, 254 pounds, Verse might be the best run-defending EDGE in the class. With his instant first-step explosiveness and point-of-contact strength, he’s also an absolute monster in the speed-to-power game, with the twitch to widen tackles before bulldozing them into oblivion.

    22) Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

    Selected #15 overall by the Indianapolis Colts

    Production can be a guiding light toward prospects who almost have no route to failure in the NFL. No prospect is ever a guarantee, but Laiatu Latu comes as close to that as any other EDGE prospect after amassing 13 sacks and 21.5 TFLs in 2023.

    Sustained durability will be the biggest question for Latu. On film, the 6’5″, 260-pound edge defender is a pass-rush menace. He has more than enough burst and twitch but wins with incredible size-defying bend capacity and ruthless hands without any waste in his motion.

    23) Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

    Selected #18 overall by the Cincinnati Bengals

    Georgia’s Amarius Mims played sparingly as a reserve in 2022, but the results were incredibly promising. An injury took him off the field early in 2023, but he returned down the stretch and produced enough reps to stoke excitement in evaluators.

    Mims’ blend of size (6’8″, 340 pounds) and athleticism would give a team a lab-built road-grader to develop. Comparing him and Broderick Jones at this time last cycle, you could argue Mims is more natural at acquiring and maintaining leverage.

    24) Graham Barton, OL, Duke

    Selected #26 overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

    Graham Barton played tackle for the Blue Devils and was legitimately good in that role. But looking ahead to the NFL, he could feasibly play guard or center — and there’s reason to believe he’s the best interior OL prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft.

    Arm-length concerns hover over his profile, but aside from that, Barton has a well-proportioned 6’5″, 313-pound frame and is an extremely explosive athlete with dominating leg churn and power drive at contact. In pass protection, his flashes of combative, independent hand usage are extraordinary.

    25) Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon

    Selected #44 overall by the Las Vegas Raiders

    The 2024 NFL Draft’s center class got a major boost when 2023 Rimington Trophy winner Jackson Powers-Johnson announced his intent to declare. The Oregon center is one of the best space blockers in the class with his athleticism and physicality, but he’s also very sound in pass protection.

    At just 21 years old, Powers-Johnson already has the profile of a high-level NFL starter. As his dominant Senior Bowl showing displayed, he should have no issue transitioning into the pros.

    26) J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

    Selected #10 overall by the Minnesota Vikings

    The idea of J.J. McCarthy is better than J.J. McCarthy right now, and that’s okay. McCarthy is still a young QB who’s still learning how to more consistently anticipate, manage the pocket, and control the field.

    But the flashes are there, and he’s a high-level athlete with clean mechanics and a loose, elastic arm, who’s still just 21 years old. He’s worth a long-term investment, and could thrive with the right support.

    27) Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

    Selected #28 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs

    Xavier Worthy may fall outside the desired weight threshold for WRs at 6’1″,  172 pounds, but he’s a unique player with his 4.21 speed. How he weaponizes that speed, not only by itself but also as a deceptive tool in the route-running phase, helps set him apart.

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    Worthy has the speed to flip the field and the body control to translate. But he’s arguably even more potent as a route runner, where he uses his speed to press into stems and bait DBs upfield, before sinking, bending, and snapping back on breaks with effortless ease.

    28) Adonai ‘AD’ Mitchell, WR, Texas

    Selected #52 overall by the Indianapolis Colts

    Adonai Mitchell enjoyed a breakout at Texas while catching passes from Quinn Ewers. He flashed promise at Georgia in a limited sample size and delivered on that promise at Texas, becoming a true early-round 2024 NFL Draft prospect.

    At 6’2”, 205 pounds, Mitchell has size-defying throttle control and sink as a route runner, weaponized by his speed, nuance, and attention to detail. He also boasts excellent catching instincts and doubles as a high-level run blocker.

    29) Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

    Selected #16 overall by the Seattle Seahawks

    The 2024 NFL Draft DT class was already solid heading into the 2023 season, but Texas’ Byron Murphy II was an emergent force at the position. He had five sacks and 8.5 TFLs, and somehow, that’s not close to accurately marketing the impact he’s had.

    At around 6’1″, 300 pounds, Murphy is an unhinged ball of energy as a pass rusher, with the tenacity, explosiveness, twitch, and violent hands to send blockers careening off their center of gravity. He’s DT2 behind Newton, and they’re closer than one would think.

    30) Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

    Selected #30 overall by the Baltimore Ravens

    Though he missed some time due to an ankle injury, Nate Wiggins was one of the biggest risers of the 2023 season. His showing against Florida State, in particular, was a lockdown performance against top-tier competition.

    At 6’2″, Wiggins is lean and wiry, with the blazing speed to cover vertically, as he showed against Coleman and Johnny Wilson. Add in his stifling footwork, ball skills, and route recognition ability, and Wiggins checks all the boxes.

    31) Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

    Selected #29 overall by the Dallas Cowboys

    Wanya Morris, Oklahoma’s right tackle in 2022, went to the Kansas City Chiefs in Round 3 of the 2023 NFL Draft. Tyler Guyton, Morris’ successor at the position, is a good bet to go much higher. In fact, he could be one of the first OTs off the board.

    Guyton, who transferred from TCU, started five games for the Sooners in 2022 and impressed as the full-time starter in 2023.

    Standing at 6’8″ and weighing 327 pounds, Guyton has rare athleticism and flexibility. He’s already a balanced pass protector with smooth pass sets and recovery capacity, as he showed at the Senior Bowl.

    32) Christian Haynes, G, UConn

    Selected #85 overall by the Cleveland Browns

    Christian Haynes is an absolute refrigerator at 6’3”, 317 pounds. He can pummel opponents at contact with his power output and breach the second level with an eye-catching burst.

    Haynes was a bright spot at UConn and should field early-round interest as a starting guard at the NFL level. In fact, he’s my top overall pure guard, with the explosiveness, leverage, proportional length, and powerful finishing ability to be a star inside.

    33) Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

    Selected #8 overall by the Atlanta Falcons

    Few passers were better than Michael Penix Jr. during the 2023 college football season. His throwing volume in Kalen DeBoer’s Washington offense was near-unmatched, and now that he’s passed his medical evaluation, there’s nothing stopping Penix from challenging for Round 1 consideration.

    Penix isn’t the same creator as other prospects in this class, but he wins from inside the pocket, and tests defenses with his passing ability. He’s a gunslinger with stellar field vision and discretion, maximized by a high-velocity arm that shreds coverages left and right.

    34) Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

    Selected #47 overall by the New York Giants

    Tyler Nubin will never break the 40-yard dash clock, but his profile will be a test of tape over traits. Even without blazing speed, Nubin has more than enough fluidity and burst to exist in coverage, and pound-for-pound, he’s one of the 2024 class’ best football players.

    At 6’2″, 205 pounds, Nubin is an extremely intelligent two-phase defender with sharp route recognition skills, playmaking ability, and leverage IQ in support. That intelligence is reflected in how confidently and aggressively he attacks plays once he keys in.

    35) Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

    Selected #12 overall by the Denver Broncos

    Oregon’s Bo Nix has always been polarizing, but he’s no longer the same kind of polarizing he was at Auburn. After a career resurgence with the Ducks and record-breaking efficiency numbers in 2023, everyone agrees that Nix has first-round potential. The question is, how high?

    At 6’2″, 214 pounds, Nix is one of the most natural creators in the 2024 NFL Draft, with spry athleticism, change-of-direction, and elite arm elasticity. With his accuracy, pre-snap reads, and distribution ability in the short range, he has a very high functional floor.

    36) Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

    Selected #37 overall by the New England Patriots 

    Odunze is the headliner from Washington’s WR trio, but Ja’Lynn Polk quietly has first-round appeal. The 6’1 3/8″, 203-pound pass catcher is an extremely explosive and fluid mover with smooth separation chops, versatility across the front, and strong hands at the catch point.

    He succeeds in a way that isn’t dissimilar from rookie record-breaker Puka Nacua.

    37) Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

    Selected #33 overall by the Buffalo Bills

    Keon Coleman, who transferred from Michigan State, immediately became a star in Florida State’s talented offense. Standing at 6’3″ and weighing 213 pounds, he possesses one of the most impressive three-level frameworks in the 2024 NFL Draft class.

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    Coleman is a true alpha at the catch point with the size, sense of timing, body control, and strength to make 50/50 balls 80/20. But he’s also a stellar RAC threat and a quietly nuanced route runner with leverage awareness and targeted physicality.

    38) Darius Robinson, DL, Missouri

    Selected #27 overall by the Arizona Cardinals

    At 6’5″ and 285 pounds, Darius Robinson has the length and mass to supplement a truly otherworldly power profile. He also has the explosiveness, bend capacity, and power conversion to be a joker on the defensive line, in a similar mold to Denico Autry.

    Robinson will need time to reach his ceiling, but he has enthralling tools.

    39) Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

    Selected #34 overall by the Los Angeles Chargers

    On the surface, Ladd McConkey looks like the latest iteration of the quintessential slot receiver. But peel back the layers, and you’ll see a legitimate turbo-charged athlete with rare speed, throttle control, and route nuance — components that will make him an extremely versatile and reliable pro.

    40) Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

    Adisa Isaac is one of the most intriguing EDGE prospects in the 2024 NFL Draft.

    At 6’4″, 247 pounds, there’s still room for him to complete his game further, but Isaac has a good amount of everything — explosiveness, power, bend, twitch, shock in his hands, and blistering pursuit ability. At the Senior Bowl, he terrorized offensive tackles.

    41) Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona

    Selected #25 overall by the Green Bay Packers

    There aren’t many offensive linemen more athletic than Jordan Morgan. He was likely set to be a first-round pick in the 2023 class before tearing his ACL in November. He returned to school to prove he was healthy and did just that last fall.

    Quietly, Morgan is a fantastic prospect. He takes the initiative when blocking and owns most reps because he’s so in control of his body. He also has great lateral agility and timing with his hands. Occasional lapses in footwork and lacking arm length might force him to guard, but Morgan can be a very good starter.

    42) Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

    Selected #63 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs

    While Blake Freeland was highly anticipated in some circles during the 2023 NFL Draft cycle, Kingsley Suamataia should be regarded even more highly. At 6’5″ and 332 pounds, the former Oregon commit is just as, if not more explosive, and has tantalizing upside.

    In a class filled with dynamic athletes, Suamataia is one of the best due to his initial burst. He enjoys overpowering defenders in the open field with his unhinged physicality and finisher’s mentality.

    43) Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

    Selected #32 overall by the Carolina Panthers

    After an uneventful four-year stretch from 2019 to 2022, Xavier Legette exploded in 2023 with 71 catches for 1,255 yards and seven touchdowns.

    At 6’1″ and 220 pounds, Legette is a tank in 1-on-1 situations. He can use his speed to house RAC targets, his size to box out and outmuscle DBs, and his wingspan to snare high passes beyond his frame.

    44) Cole Bishop, S, Utah

    Selected #60 overall by the Buffalo Bills

    Cole Bishop is one of the best pure strong safeties in the 2024 NFL Draft. He has good size at 6’2″, 206 pounds, and projects well as an attacking defender in the box and at the intermediate level.

    Bishop doesn’t always play to his 4.45 40-yard dash speed, but he’s explosive, and closer to the line, he has superb physicality and block deconstruction ability. He can also manage intermediate zones with his fluidity and sharp processing.

    45) Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

    Selected #43 overall by the Arizona Cardinals

    At 5’11”, 187 pounds, Max Melton still has room to refine a few kinks in his technique, but he has the profile of a future starter, either on the boundary or at the nickel spot.

    Melton is an explosive, instinctive cover man with great physicality, proportional length, and playmaking ability. He also has the speed to avoid being stacked.

    46) Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

    Selected #53 overall by the Washington Commanders

    A move tight end at 6’4″ and 250 pounds, Ben Sinnott has experience both inline and in the slot as a receiver. He’s not a speedy threat who can get vertical like some recent top TE prospects, but he’s comfortable making catches through traffic.

    Sinnott’s versatility as a route runner makes him an actionable threat from the jump in an NFL offense, and at the NFL Combine, he showed off his explosiveness and agility.

    47) Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, DB, Texas Tech

    Selected #104 overall by the Arizona Cardinals

    Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, nicknamed “Rabbit,” has an incredibly translatable two-phase profile in the 2024 NFL Draft.

    The 5’10”, 197-pound DB, who racked up 73 tackles, 1.5 TFLs, four picks, and eight pass breakups in 2023, has an impressive mix of fluidity, awareness, physicality, and playmaking authority. He can also play field safety or the slot.

    48) Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

    Selected #50 overall by the Washington Commanders

    Mike Sainristil is a ready-made impact defender from the slot, as he showed while racking up 44 tackles, four TFLs, a sack, six interceptions, six pass breakups, and two forced fumbles in 2023.

    In coverage, Sainristil is fast, versatile, intelligent, and fluid, but he also has additional dynamic ability as a support player and blitzing threat.

    49) Zach Frazier, C, West Virginia

    Selected #51 overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers

    If you need an instant starter at center in the 2024 NFL Draft, Zach Frazier should be at the top of your list.

    Frazier passes the size and athleticism thresholds at 6’3″, 313 pounds, but what truly completes his game is his stalwart anchor strength, tremendous feel for leverage, angle IQ, and synergetic technique in pass protection.

    50) Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

    Selected #84 overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers

    Roman Wilson was one of the biggest risers of the Reese’s Senior Bowl, and he’ll only continue to ascend as more teams meet with him and observe his workmanlike attitude.

    At 5’10 1/2″ and 186 pounds, with 4.4 speed, Wilson is similar to Chris Olave as a prospect. He’s an effortless separator who can use his speed and bend to carve past defenders.

    51) Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

    Selected #66 overall by the Arizona Cardinals

    If you’re looking for a back who can churn through early-down attempts and keep the chains moving late in games, there aren’t many better options than Trey Benson in the 2024 NFL Draft.

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    At 6’0″, 220 pounds, Benson has a workhorse frame, hits holes with explosive zeal, and can plow his way through successive tackle attempts with a mix of contact balance and relentless energy. And in 2023, he displayed potential as a receiving threat on third downs.

    52) Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

    Selected #35 overall by the Atlanta Falcons

    Ruke Orhorhoro was an early-round prospect on my 2023 NFL Draft board, but he returned to school and continued honing his craft. Orhorhoro was born in Nigeria and didn’t start playing football until his junior year of high school.

    As young as he is, Orhorhoro’s an exciting talent with an elite burst, power capacity, and alignment flexibility at 6’4″, 294 pounds. As he continues to refine his hands, those natural tools will only become more overwhelming.

    53) T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

    Selected #130 overall by the Baltimore Ravens

    T.J. Tampa has a CB1 profile at 6’1″, 189 pounds, with 32″ arms. He’s an extremely explosive athlete at that size but also has the fluidity and short-range control to vary coverage techniques and transition in space.

    Tampa’s traits enable him to dictate reps in man coverage, and in support, he’s a rangy, physical playmaker.

    54) Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State

    Selected #54 overall by the Cleveland Browns

    At 6’3″, 290 pounds, Michael Hall Jr. is an energized wrecking ball on the interior with phenomenal burst, agility, proportional length, closing speed, and torquing power capacity. He’s flashed the ability to win quickly with violent swims and clubs.

    Hall can be dangerous if he stays consistent with his balance and hand precision during rush moves. His profile is similar to that of former Pro Bowl DT Sheldon Richardson.

    55) Cooper Beebe, OL, Kansas State

    Selected #73 overall by the Dallas Cowboys

    If Cooper Beebe had made himself available for the 2023 NFL Draft, he would have been a strong contender for the top guard spot. Beebe has been recognized as an All-Big 12 player for multiple years and has played both tackle and guard.

    Beebe’s skills are ultimately best suited for the guard position. He stands at 6’3″ and weighs 322 pounds, and is a well-trained, powerful, and tenacious blocker. His understanding of angles makes him highly dependable in the run game.

    56) Malik Mustapha, S, Wake Forest

    Selected #124 overall by the San Francisco 49ers

    There’s some projection involved in Malik Mustapha‘s evaluation, but at 5’10”, 210 pounds, he’s one of the most explosive and energetic closers on the football. Mustapha’s shown to play two-high, single-high, box safety, and click-and-close in off-man, and can erase gaps with his elite range.

    57) Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida

    Selected #31 overall by the San Francisco 49ers

    Ricky Pearsall‘s tape is lights out and littered with examples of high-level route running, body control, and hand strength. He doesn’t always appear quite as fast or explosive as his NFL Combine testing numbers suggest, but there’s little stopping Pearsall from becoming a quality NFL starter with usage versatility.

    58) Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

    Selected #57 overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Opposite Turner, Chris Braswell emerged in 2023 with eight sacks and 10.5 TFLs.

    At 6’3″, 251 pounds, Braswell has an exceptional power profile with his explosiveness, natural leverage, and proportional length. He’s also advanced beyond his age at stacking rips and swipes off initial power exertions.

    59) Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

    Selected #98 overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers

    Payton Wilson‘s medicals will always cast a shadow on his evaluation, but assuming he wasn’t flagged at the Combine, he has legitimate LB1 potential — as evidenced by his 138 tackles, 17.5 TFLs, six sacks, three picks, and six PBUs in 2023.

    Wilson, at 6’4″, 233 pounds, is a high-octane athlete with excellent range who sniffs out plays with deadly consistency and efficiency.

    60) Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

    Selected #75 overall by the Chicago Bears

    Kiran Amegadjie missed part of the 2023 campaign with a season-ending quad injury that required surgery, but his tape is dominant at the FCS level.

    Amegadjie has the elite size, length, athleticism, and physicality to be one of the first FCS prospects taken. His immediate guard versatility bodes well for him, but he’s worth a long-term investment at OT as well.

    61) Beau Brade, S, Maryland

    The 2024 NFL Draft is quietly well-stocked at the safety position, and Beau Brade is one of the unsung options.

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    At 6’0”, 205 pounds, he has good size and carries it effortlessly. As an athlete, Brade’s explosive, twitchy, and rangy coming downhill. He can enforce his physicality or manage space to make plays in coverage.

    62) Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest

    Selected #174 overall by the Dallas Cowboys

    Caelen Carson has the length and physicality to bully wide receivers in man coverage. Still, he also has the fleet-footed athleticism, corrective twitch, technical prowess, and ball-tracking ability to hold strong through reps.

    The aforementioned Coleman gave Carson trouble in their matchup, but aside from that game, Carson was excellent in 2023. He’s one of the best press-man CBs in the 2024 NFL Draft, and he’s also shown off a quick trigger in run support.

    63) Javon Bullard, DB, Georgia

    Selected #58 overall by the Green Bay Packers

    Javon Bullard is a bit lighter than most safeties, but he’ll be able to win evaluators over with his competitive toughness, physicality, and versatility. He thrives as a slot defender with his play speed and chippy attitude, but he can read and pedal in zone coverage, too.

    64) Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

    Selected #62 overall by the Baltimore Ravens

    Play strength remains an issue for Roger Rosengarten, who weighs just 308 pounds at 6’5″. But as a natural RT, the Washington standout presents a lot of appeal with his springy, explosive athleticism and effortless recovery capacity.

    The profile is there to build on, and Rosengarten’s flashes of independent hand usage and upper-lower synergy are very inspiring.

    65) Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

    Selected #39 overall by the Los Angeles Rams

    Almost 300 pounds of pure carnage, Braden Fiske is sure to be at the top of every general manager’s “football guy” list.

    Fiske eats nails for breakfast and spits out fire on the football field. He’s not overly long or flexible, but with his explosiveness, twitch, energy, and play strength, he can pry through blocks, demolish gaps, and make an impact.

    66) Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

    Selected #46 overall by the Carolina Panthers

    Jonathon Brooks‘ early declaration for the 2024 NFL Draft was surprising, but as long as he can fully recover from his torn ACL, he has the tools to potentially be the best back from this class.

    At 6’0″, 216 pounds, Brooks is a true first and second-level slasher with rare burst, agility, and creation ability at multiple levels. He also has the grating play strength to finish reps — in the same mold as Marion Barber III.

    67) Will Shipley, RB, Clemson

    Selected #127 overall by the Philadelphia Eagles

    Despite being 5’11” and weighing 205 pounds, Will Shipley has the potential to become a dynamic NFL RB. His finesse and hip flexibility as a runner are remarkable, and he possesses the creative instincts to take full advantage of these abilities in congested spaces. Meanwhile, as a receiver, Shipley’s incredibly versatile, multifaceted, and reliable.

    68) Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

    Selected #102 overall by the Denver Broncos

    Oregon speedster Troy Franklin is a particularly interesting prospect with his fluidity, speed, and usage versatility. He can gain easy separation as an outside and slot receiver, and can sear through open zones with his dangerous throttle freedom. He’s not dissimilar to Robbie Chosen but could have a more stable career arc.

    69) Renardo Green, CB, Florida State

    Selected #64 overall by the San Francisco 49ers

    Renardo Green broke out in his fifth and final year at Florida State, notching double-digit pass deflections and holding his own against high-level 2024 NFL Draft prospects like Nabers and Thomas.

    At 6’0″, 186 pounds, Green translates best in man-coverage schemes with his foot speed, tenacity, and burst in recovery.

    70) Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

    Selected #61 overall by the Detroit Lions

    The first of two Missouri cornerback prospects in the 2024 NFL Draft, Ennis Rakestraw Jr. can be a quality NFL starter in man-oriented schemes.

    At 5’11”, 183 pounds, with 32″ arms, he’s a wiry but strong cover man with stellar foot speed, recovery athleticism, fluidity, and physicality in close quarters. His ability to maintain discipline while mirroring releases bodes well for him.

    71) Maason Smith, DT, LSU

    Selected #48 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars

    Maason Smith returned from a torn ACL in 2023 and played fairly well, showing off some of the tools that make him alluring for evaluators.

    At 6’5″, 306 pounds, with 35″ arms, he’s a stack-and-shed machine in the running game and has the combined power profile and size-adjusted flexibility to be a force rushing the passer.

    72) Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

    Selected #42 overall by the Houston Texans

    Kamari Lassiter entered the 2023 season with an appealing mix of gliding athleticism, change of direction, proportional length, and physicality.

    In 2023, he improved his technique, sustained his reputation as a dynamic run support threat, and added playmaking at the catch point to his arsenal — while also showing the play pace to wash over vertical targets as a trailing DB.

    73) Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky

    Selected #72 overall by the Carolina Panthers

    In such a wide-open LB class, one NFL team is bound to take a chance on Trevin Wallace in the early rounds.

    At 6’1″, 237 pounds, with 33″ arms, Wallace has an excellent physical profile. His reach — combined with his elite explosiveness and closing speed — amounts to tsunami-like range at the second level. His ceiling might be best-in-class.

    74) Junior Colson, LB, Michigan

    Selected #69 overall by the Los Angeles Chargers

    Junior Colson needs to hone his skills as a processor and gap patrolman at the second level. But he has the explosiveness and agility to weave through congested areas to make tackles and provide blitzing versatility.

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    Colson’s instincts and range in coverage make him a sound three-down investment.

    75) Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

    Selected #133 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs

    At 6’2″, 211 pounds, Jaden Hicks is built to be a strong safety at the NFL level. He’s quietly fluid and free-flowing for his size in coverage, but his bread-and-butter is closing downhill in support, demolishing blocks, and engaging as a tackler with his torrid explosiveness.

    76) Christian Mahogany, G, Boston College

    Selected #210 overall by the Detroit Lions

    Christian Mahogany tore his ACL ahead of the 2022 season, but he returned better than ever in 2023 and ended up playing the best football of his career.

    A 6’3″, 320-pound block of pure, condensed anger, Mahogany has the tools and temperament to be a true game-changer at the guard spot.

    77) Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

    Selected #56 overall by the Dallas Cowboys

    Marshawn Kneeland isn’t quite an elite athlete in pursuit or a high-level bend presence. But at around 6’3″, 270 pounds, with 34″ arms, his power profile is formidable, plus he has the motor to maintain a playmaking footprint on all three downs.

    In a weaker EDGE class past the top group, he’s been generating interest this offseason.

    78) Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

    Selected #92 overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Able to play both in the slot and as an outside receiver due to his 6’1″, 197-pound frame, Jalen McMillan is a move-the-sticks glue guy who makes the right play at the right moment. He has vertical speed to boot, but his fluidity and nuance as a route runner will help him stick around for the long haul.

    79) Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama

    Selected #80 overall by the Cincinnati Bengals

    At 6’0″, 196 pounds, Jermaine Burton is a made-to-order vertical weapon with 4.45 speed, a 38.5″ vertical, and an 11’1″ broad jump near the 99th percentile. But beyond his explosiveness and range overtop, he’s also an exceptionally fluid and nuanced route runner, with very consistent hands.

    Character is the biggest question mark for Burton, but if he can remain steady in the maturation process, he has the talent to exceed his draft capital.

    80) Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

    Selected #74 overall by the Atlanta Falcons

    Bralen Trice, a highly productive pass rusher from 2022 and 2023, is a potential early-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

    Trice’s main advantage is his powerful physical profile, standing at 6’4″ and weighing almost 250 pounds. He can swim and forklift past blockers but also possesses exceptional lateral movement and explosiveness for his size.

    81) Malik Washington, WR, Virginia

    Selected #184 overall by the Miami Dolphins

    After amassing 110 catches for 1,426 yards and nine TDs in a dominant 2023 campaign, Malik Washington carried his dominance to 1-on-1s at the East-West Shrine Bowl and became a riser in the 2024 NFL Draft WR class.

    At around 5’8″, 190 pounds, Washington is a burly slot WR with smooth separation ability, eye-catching explosiveness and contact balance in the RAC phase, and a functional short-range route tree.

    82) Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

    Selected #106 overall by the Tennessee Titans

    At around 6’2″, 235 pounds, Cedric Gray is an explosive athlete with a knack for knifing across formations, splicing past zone blocks, and snuffing out run plays before they can get upfield.

    Gray is a tenacious competitor with elite physicality, and in coverage, he’s fluid, instinctive, and opportunistic over the middle.

    83) Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

    Selected #45 overall by the Green Bay Packers

    As evidenced by his 17 TFLs and eight sacks in 2023, Edgerrin Cooper is built to be an attacker in the box at the NFL level. The 6’3″, 230-pound defender has elite explosiveness and range heading downhill, but he also has the instincts and spatial awareness to get ahead of blocks and cut off running lanes.

    84) Brandon Coleman, OL, TCU

    Selected #67 overall by the Washington Commanders

    At around 6’5″, 313 pounds, with near-35″ arms, 4.99 speed, a 1.73 10-yard split, a 34″ vertical, and 98th percentile explosiveness numbers, Brandon Coleman has an astronomical ceiling at both tackle and guard. Right away, he can be a valuable depth piece, and he has impact starter potential.

    85) Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

    Selected #49 overall by the Cincinnati Bengals

    Kris Jenkins‘ 2024 NFL Draft evaluation will be a case of “what he can be.”

    At 6’3″, 305 pounds, Jenkins is already a high-level run defender, but he lacks refinement as a pass rusher. However, his explosiveness, strength, power, and torquing capacity are all there to mold. There’ll be no reservations about his ability on early downs.

    86) Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

    Selected #65 overall by the New York Jets

    Malachi Corley is the most unique playmaker in the country. The 5’10”, 211-pounder has been nicknamed the “YAC God” for good reason — he’s incredibly gifted with the ball in his hands, to a degree that’s rarely seen.

    Corley has excellent explosiveness, contact balance, toughness, and open-field agility, making him a nightmare to tackle. His route tree is relatively basic, though — so he’ll have to be schemed opportunities early on.

    87) Jalyx Hunt, EDGE, Houston Christian

    Selected #94 overall by the Philadelphia Eagles

    A former safety with elite athleticism at 6’4″, 252 pounds, Jalyx Hunt is perhaps the best high-upside EDGE investment in the late Day 2 range.

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    He’s still fleshing out his hand-usage arsenal, but Hunt is a versatile second-level defender whose searing burst, bend, and surprising power capacity can give OTs fits.

    88) Dominick Puni, OL, Kansas

    Selected #86 overall by the San Francisco 49ers

    The Senior Bowl was the big “stock up” moment for Dominick Puni, but his upside is visible on tape, too. The Kansas Jayhawk has excellent natural leverage and proportional length at 6’5″, 323 pounds, with near-34″ arms.

    On the interior — at either guard or center — his ability to play square, match laterally, anchor, generate knock-back force, and smother power rushers would project very well.

    89) Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky

    Selected #70 overall by the New York Giants

    Only a few select cornerback prospects score elite grades in the first three physical categories: Explosiveness, fluidity, and agility. Andru Phillips was one of those prospects.

    With his rare play pace, swivel freedom, and quickness on his trigger, Phillips can be a starter on the boundary or in the slot.

    90) Mekhi Wingo, DT, LSU

    Selected #189 overall by the Detroit Lions

    Though he’s undersized with lacking length at 6’0″, 286 pounds, Mekhi Wingo has the instant first-step quickness, compact strength, and power to be a menace as a 3-tech disruptor.

    At just 21 years old, with a renowned work ethic, teams will no doubt be lining up to add Wingo in the Day 2 range.

    91) Jared Wiley, TE, TCU

    Selected #131 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs

    Production, all-star performance, and testing all rule in favor of Jared Wiley as a potential top 100 pick. He’s an incredibly smooth athlete at 6’6″, 250 pounds, with usage versatility, route-running nuance, steely coordination past his frame, and the speed to separate up the seam and accrue RAC yards.

    92) DeWayne Carter, DT, Duke

    Selected #95 overall by the Buffalo Bills

    DeWayne Carter has the profile to win over NFL teams up and down the board. He’s a three-year captain with as many years of production, an impressive power profile at 6’3″, 308 pounds, and a hot motor down-to-down.

    At the Senior Bowl, Carter’s two-phase upside — as both a power rusher and a run-gap destroyer — was put under the microscope.

    93) Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, C, Georgia

    Selected #141 overall by the Buffalo Bills

    Georgia’s offensive line has dominated for over three seasons, and Sedrick Van Pran was a big reason why.

    The 6’4″, 301-pound center is well-leveraged and physical throughout his reps, but Van Pran’s most eye-catching trait is his searing explosiveness off the line. He reaches the second level instantly and finishes ill-fated linebackers in open space.

    94) Decamerion Richardson, CB, Mississippi State

    Selected #112 overall by the Las Vegas Raiders

    Decamerion Richardson is one of the more volatile defenders in the 2024 NFL Draft, but at 6’2″, 188 pounds, with over 32″ arms and 4.34 speed, his ceiling is among the highest in the CB group.

    Most notably, Richardson needs to work on finding more efficient technique and playing the ball at the catch point. But his coverage variability and urgency in support invite a level of excitement in his ultimate projection.

    95) Calen Bullock, S, USC

    Selected #78 overall by the Houston Texans

    Calen Bullock could be a liability in run support on Day 1 at the NFL level, which complicates his projection. But he more than compensates with his elite center-fielder range, playmaking ability, versatility, and fluid pedal in coverage. He’d be best utilized over the top, with a strong safety complement underneath.

    96) Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas

    Selected #144 overall by the Chicago Bears

    Austin Booker embarked on a massive ascent in 2023. And at the Senior Bowl, he verified his exciting upside in front of NFL teams.

    At around 6’5″, 240 pounds, with 34″ arms, he has impressive measurements, matched by his athleticism, agility, and bend, and he’s shown he can use his tools to sequence power and stack counters.

    97) Brandon Dorlus, EDGE, Oregon

    Selected #109 overall by the Atlanta Falcons

    Built like a combination defensive tackle and edge defender, Brandon Dorlus uses every bit of his long 6’3″, 283-pound frame. His strength at the point of attack is excellent and ready-made for the next level.

    But the surprising part of Dorlus’ game is his burst, agility, and sound power application, which grants him alignment versatility. Teams may feel better about his projection at DT, but he’s a true chess piece across the line.

    98) Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

    Selected #101 overall by the Carolina Panthers

    At 6’4″, 245 pounds, Ja’Tavion Sanders is a natural receiver in the mold of Gerald Everett, thanks to his explosiveness and willingness to get physical to finish the catch. He won’t be confused for an especially effective blocker or separator, but Sanders makes an effort and has big-slot versatility.

    On late Day 2, Sanders would be an exceptional addition as an offensive weapon.

    99) D.J. James, CB, Auburn

    Selected #192 overall by the Seattle Seahawks

    D.J. James is a featherweight cornerback, but at his size, he’s surprisingly competitive both in close quarters and in support. In coverage, James has the combined explosiveness, twitch, speed, fluidity, and recognition ability to blanket wideouts on the boundary.

    100) Javon Baker, WR, UCF

    Selected #110 overall by the New England Patriots

    Javon Baker doesn’t have high-end vertical speed, which could limit his upside at the NFL level. But as a twitched-up separator with incredible catch-point instincts and RAC physicality, the 6’1″, 202-pound pass catcher can be a strong WR2 or WR3 for an offense.

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