AJ Schulte’s 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: J.J. McCarthy Heads to the Big Apple, Malik Nabers Soars With the Falcons

The NFL Combine is around the corner, and the offseason is almost here. What better way to start than with a 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft?

The NFL offseason has officially begun, and the 2024 NFL Combine is approaching. NFL Draft season is in full swing. What better timing for a 7-round 2024 NFL Mock Draft?

This mock will differ slightly from previous ones, as I included some player trades I think might happen throughout the offseason. I didn’t feature many, as I wanted the draft class to take precedence, but you’ll find a few sprinkled throughout the draft. No trade-ups occurred in this one, so it’s player-only trades.

2024 NFL Mock Draft | Round 1

There are no compensatory picks in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, as those have yet to be officially announced. However, you can select and trade all 257 picks, including projected compensatory picks, in our FREE Mock Draft Simulator.

Picks obtained via one of these player trades in the mock will be denoted by an asterisk.

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

This one is a bit of a no-brainer here. We will spend all offseason debating which quarterback should go first and who goes where, but I feel pretty comfortable saying Caleb Williams is going first overall.

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Chicago hired an OC from the QB Collective, whom Williams is familiar with, and the USC talent resets their QB contract window.

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

The “Drake Maye is falling” noise isn’t legitimate and likely clears up after the NFL Combine. I’m sure some will connect Sam Howell and Maye with their North Carolina ties, but that’s really where the similarities end.

Maye is a superb prospect with plus arm talent, mobility, and quick decision-making. It’s an easy decision for the Washington Commanders to kickstart their rebuild.

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

Any speculation New England will move out of this pick doesn’t make any sense, as does the notion they won’t take a quarterback. Until we see them make a move for a veteran quarterback, I think New England will stick to what they’ve already said, where the third overall pick is going to be “the best player available at the most important position.”

For now, that means we can pencil in Jayden Daniels.

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

This 2024 NFL Mock Draft doesn’t deviate from what’s expected here. Marvin Harrison Jr. is one of the best receiver prospects in recent memory. He should be a cornerstone for the Cardinals for a decade.

5) Los Angeles Chargers: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Let’s dive into this pick in detail because the Los Angeles Chargers could go in several directions. Malik Nabers is a popular name that makes sense from a personnel perspective here. Joe Alt has also been linked here repeatedly and for good reason, given the common link between new head coach Jim Harbaugh and trench play.

Yet, I went elsewhere for a few reasons. In the case of Alt, flipping tackles is often a horrid practice, especially for rookies, and often sets their development back unnecessarily. This is the same rationale for keeping Rashawn Slater at left tackle; he’s an All-Pro left tackle already, and moving him could backfire.

As for Brock Bowers over Nabers, new Chargers OC Greg Roman’s time in Baltimore showcased some obvious tendencies, namely a heavy dependency on multiple TE sets.

From 2018 to 2022, the Ravens were consistently among the most 12-13-22 personnel looks and used some of the fewest 11 personnel looks. They targeted tight ends frequently throughout his tenure as well.

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

I haven’t seen this one discussed a lot, but it’s a move that made more sense the more I thought about it. The New York Giants don’t appear to believe all that much in Daniel Jones as a long-term quarterback solution, but he’s locked into the roster this year due to his contract.

By taking J.J. McCarthy, the Giants can potentially have him sit for a year behind Jones and develop with Brian Daboll and Mike Kafka. McCarthy needs time before he is fully ready, and this provides him with that while also giving the Giants the cap flexibility of a rookie quarterback deal.

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

This pick could be pretty contentious now with Malik Nabers available here. Pairing Nabers and Hopkins with Will Levis would give new head coach Brian Callahan’s offense a similar jolt he enjoyed in Cincinnati with Ja’Marr Chase and Tee Higgins.

However, if there’s one takeaway he should have from the Bengals, it’s that you have to keep your quarterback protected and healthy. Joe Alt is a plug-and-play left tackle and one of the best pass-protecting tackles in recent years.

8) Atlanta Falcons: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

The Atlanta Falcons practically fly to the podium here with Malik Nabers falling into their laps. While they have to figure out their quarterback position later (hint hint), their offense can now boast Drake London, Malik Nabers, Kyle Pitts, and Bijan Robinson — a pretty good situation for a quarterback to land into.

9) Chicago Bears: Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State

This pick could also go quite a few ways, and there doesn’t seem to be an established consensus around it. Chicago could take a pass rusher here to pair with Montez Sweat, which helps when dealing with Jordan Love, Jared Goff, and potentially Kirk Cousins in your division.

MORE: Free NFL Mock Draft Simulator With Trades

However, with a new QB, you have to protect them no matter what. Braxton Jones was far from a turnstile at left tackle, but Olu Fashanu can be an elite left tackle — it’s hard to pass on those. Bears general manager Ryan Poles is well-acquainted with the OL Masterminds program as well, who has been working with Fashanu in the offseason.

10) New York Jets: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

The New York Jets have plenty of work to do along their offensive line, with multiple spots up in the air. They have been linked repeatedly to Taliese Fuaga throughout the offseason, and he could start right away as their right tackle, locking at least one spot down.

11) Minnesota Vikings: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

I believe Cousins will return to the Vikings, and with the way this mock fell, the Vikings probably feel grateful he did. With Cousins secured under center, the Vikings address their defense by reinforcing their pass rush in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft.

Danielle Hunter, DJ Wonnum, and Marcus Davenport are all set to hit free agency. Even if Minnesota opts to bring one of them back, they can’t afford to keep all three. Laiatu Latu is the best pass rusher in this year’s class and would give them a blue-chip pass rusher coming off the edge.

12) Denver Broncos: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

In previous mocks, I’ve typically gone defense here for the Denver Broncos, but with the way this one fell, I shifted to offense. It seems pretty likely that Denver will part ways with perhaps all three of Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, and Tim Patrick in the offseason and load up on capital.

While the Broncos have a playmaker already in Marvin Mims Jr., a blue-chip talent like Rome Odunze can’t be passed on. Denver has to figure out their quarterback situation, but restocking your wide receiver room with the Washington wide receiver is a pretty good consolation prize.

13) Las Vegas Raiders: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

The Las Vegas Raiders have been pretty commonly linked to a quarterback in mock drafts, but at this stage, there isn’t one worth the pick. Instead, the franchise boosts their offense in another way by locking down their right tackle spot.

JC Latham‘s size might give some pause, especially with the Raiders shifting to an outside zone run scheme, but he has the athletic tools to fit in.

14) New Orleans Saints: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

The Saints’ moves surrounding Marshon Lattimore lead me to believe they’re looking for trade partners for their long-term corner. Paulson Adebo broke out as a reliable starter outside, and Alontae Taylor can be the team’s long-term nickel; Lattimore’s departure would open up a spot on the outside.

Terrion Arnold has the competitiveness and man coverage ability head coach Dennis Allen covets among his defensive backs. That trio gives the Saints a young, competitive core in their secondary while they continue to retool their aging roster.

15) Indianapolis Colts: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Last season exposed the Indianapolis Colts’ need for playmakers in the secondary, especially at cornerback. JuJu Brents enjoyed a solid breakout rookie year, but the Colts had their struggles with their outside corners. Locking down that spot with an instinctive and athletic cornerback in Quinyon Mitchell gives Indianapolis a long-term 1-2 punch at corner.

16) Seattle Seahawks: Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon

What the Seattle Seahawks do with this pick will be interesting. In my mind, keeping Leonard Williams and Jordyn Brooks has to be their top priority, and they have the flexibility to do so. If they bring them both back, what do the Seahawks do here?

After last season, Seattle should be investing in their offensive line — especially along the interior. With left guard Damien Lewis, center Evan Brown, and swing lineman Phil Haynes set to hit free agency, the Seahawks can add a versatile interior player in Oregon center Jackson Powers-Johnson, who can be an elite starter from Day 1 at guard or center.

17) Jacksonville Jaguars: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been pretty commonly linked to a wide receiver here, but cornerback has to be a high priority for them this offseason. New defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen will emphasize man coverage plenty, and Jacksonville doesn’t have the corner room to run that kind of scheme.

Nate Wiggins is a perfect athlete to fit in Jacksonville’s new scheme, with the speed, fluidity, and competitiveness to emerge as a lockdown player on the perimeter.

18) Cincinnati Bengals: Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

There is a possibility the Cincinnati Bengals could spend this pick on a defensive tackle to replenish talents set to hit free agency, but the safe bet is to swing for an offensive lineman here. Right tackle Jonah Williams is set to hit free agency, and the Bengals will need a replacement.

Tyler Guyton will need some refinement, but he offers tremendous upside for the position, with jaw-dropping athletic tools. Guyton’s a better pass protector than he gets credit for and would help keep Joe Burrow clean.

19) Los Angeles Rams: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

The Los Angeles Rams could lean into the talented tackle class to find their left tackle of the future or perhaps find a cornerback, but their number-one priority has to be to boost their pass rush.

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Jared Verse has the speed to turn the corner and the power to collapse the pocket and is as complete a pass rusher as you’ll find. His explosiveness would give the Rams another key to build their front seven around alongside Aaron Donald and Kobie Turner.

20) Pittsburgh Steelers: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

The Pittsburgh Steelers have to get their tackle situation sorted out, and it starts with moving Broderick Jones over from right tackle back to his natural position at left tackle. After that, why not invest in his uber-talented former teammate, Amarius Mims, at right tackle?

Mims is inexperienced, with just eight starts under his belt, but is far from dirt raw and has the tools to be among the NFL’s best tackles. As he grows more comfortable, Mims and Jones could give the Steelers a dynamite pair of bookends on their offensive line.

21) Miami Dolphins: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

The Miami Dolphins have to invest in their offensive line in the offseason to keep Tua healthy.

A player like Graham Barton is a sound investment, as he can play guard or center to replace free agents like Connor Williams, Isaiah Wynn, and Robert Hunt, as well as tackle in case left tackle Terron Armstead retires. Barton’s versatility makes him a fascinating and valuable prospect.

22) Philadelphia Eagles: Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

Another first-round defensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles might get some tomatoes thrown my way, but keep in mind Howie Roseman has pretty much only drafted linemen in the first round throughout his tenure as a general manager. With Fletcher Cox likely leaving, that opens up a spot in the Eagles’ defensive line rotation.

The selection of Byron Murphy II in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft gives the Eagles a talented interior pass rusher to pair with Jalen Carter and rotate out Jordan Davis and Milton Williams.

23) Houston Texans (via CLE): Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

The Houston Texans are in a position where they can afford to go with the best player available here, and that is Brian Thomas Jr. An excellent height/weight/speed vertical threat, Thomas is one of the best wide receiver prospects in this draft.

With Robert Woods under contract for just one more year, Noah Brown hitting free agency, and John Metchie III’s outlook relatively uncertain, Houston opts to turn their receiving corps into a long-term strength here.

Thomas can give alignment versatility in the slot and outside and would let Houston work Tank Dell back into the slot more and free him up. A trio of Nico Collins, Brian Thomas Jr., and Tank Dell with C.J. Stroud seems almost too good to pass on.

24) Dallas Cowboys: Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois

The board had very little fall to the Dallas Cowboys in terms of their needs, but they typically draft BPA and have a tremendous talent fall right to them. Dallas needs to add more to their interior pass rush alongside Osa Odighizuwa, and Johnny Newton (formerly known as Jer’Zhan) is no slouch.

He’s an elite 3-technique who can play on all three downs and boost Dallas’s defensive line immensely. Imagine having to block Micah Parsons, Demarcus Lawrence, Osa Odighizuwa, and Newton on third down. No thanks.

25) Green Bay Packers: Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa

This pairing has been picking up a lot of steam recently, and it makes plenty of sense. Cooper DeJean can play outside, in the slot, or as a safety, all spots that the Green Bay Packers could use a boost at.

DeJean’s talent and versatility make him a chess piece a creative defensive coordinator can deploy in any situation, from any alignment, that helps mask other issues with the roster, and his competitiveness will help the Packers in their defensive turnaround.

26) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enjoyed a superb nine-sack rookie season from YaYa Diaby, and he should be a key part of their rotation moving forward. However, they must find a long-term pass rusher, with Shaq Barrett and Joe Tryon-Shoyinka set to hit free agency next year.

Dallas Turner slips in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, falling into a fantastic landing spot. Turner’s athleticism and refinement as a pass rusher make him a prospect teams will covet, and he can be a key player for Tampa Bay’s defense for the foreseeable future.

27) Arizona Cardinals (via HOU): Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

Arizona has to keep restocking their defense, and it’s a tough decision here between adding a pass rusher or a cornerback. Ultimately, I landed on a cornerback here to help boost Arizona’s struggling secondary.

According to Sports Info Solutions, the Cardinals were dead-last in EPA/pass on defense, and their most productive corner, Antonio Hamilton, is set to hit free agency as a 31-year-old corner. They need a real franchise player to build around in their secondary. Kool-Aid McKinstry, with his instincts and controlled style of play, could be that for Arizona.

28) Buffalo Bills: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

The Buffalo Bulls have to retool their defense at every level, but adding more to their offense simply has to happen at this stage with the amount of pressure on this coaching staff.

Much like LSU WR Thomas, Adonai Mitchell is a gifted height/weight/speed wide receiver prospect with all the tools to be a dominant weapon in the NFL. He would pair well with Stefon Diggs and give the Bills a more consistent presence on the perimeter and in the red zone than previous wide receivers.

29) Detroit Lions: Darius Robinson, EDGE, Missouri

The Detroit Lions have loved to bet on traits in the NFL Draft, and Darius Robinson screams traits. His power, length, and explosiveness saw him dominate the SEC and at the Senior Bowl.

The Missouri prospect also likely tests out of the gym at the NFL Combine. Detroit needs another three-down edge rusher to pair with Aidan Hutchinson, and Robinson fits their mold of prospects perfectly.

30) Baltimore Ravens: Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

Ronnie Stanley struggled at left tackle this season after returning from injury, and with little guaranteed money left, the Baltimore Ravens could move on after next season.

Additionally, Baltimore has seemingly opted to let right guard Kevin Zeitler hit free agency, opening up another spot the team needs depth at. The Ravens must also solidify their left guard spot with John Simpson’s inconsistent play.

Luckily for the Ravens, a player who can play every spot falls right to them in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft.

Troy Fautanu has the play strength and discipline to play inside at guard while also having the athleticism and quickness to stick at tackle. Either way, Baltimore finds a talented offensive lineman to plug a spot on their offense for the foreseeable future.

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

If San Francisco’s Super Bowl run proved anything, it’s that they have to shore up their offensive line. Fortunately, this draft class boasts plenty of tremendous talents to help them.

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Kingsley Suamataia can play right tackle to take over for Colton McKivitz, and he has the tools and prior experience to take over for Trent Williams at left tackle eventually. His size and athleticism make him a high-upside prospect who could anchor their offensive line for a decade.

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

There’s a part of me that thinks the Kansas City Chiefs will play us all for fools and not take a wide receiver in Round 1 because it’s been their typical modus operandi over the last few years.

However, Keon Coleman is just too good to pass on, adding a different skill set to Kansas City’s current wide receiver room. The former FSU and Michigan State wide receiver has the size and downfield ability they desperately need.

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33) Carolina Panthers: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

This pick could go in many directions, with a lineman, defensive player, or a trade down all possible. However, the Panthers have to start finding weapons to build around Bryce Young.

Troy Franklin’s speed and ability after the catch will make a key target for Young’s strength, and new head coach Dave Canales can help scheme him open and give him designed touches.

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

After securing their quarterback, New England’s draft could go in any direction. They need to figure out their offensive tackle spots and upgrade their receiving corps early to help build around new QB Daniels here. Ladd McConkey’s speed and route-running give the kind of perimeter threat the team needs on the outside.

35) Arizona Cardinals: Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

I opted to double-down at cornerback here for Arizona for much of the same reasons I made with their first-round pick. They need a significant boost in talent to that secondary.

Kamari Lassiter‘s awareness and physical style of play make him a coveted cornerback prospect who would pair nicely with McKinstry to give Arizona a reliable pair of corners outside.

36) Washington Commanders: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

Washington’s pass rush fell apart after the team traded Chase Young and Montez Sweat at the trade deadline last year. New head coach Dan Quinn will want to draw up and create havoc as much as possible up front, and Washington has to add plenty to their talent pool to get to that stage.

Chop Robinson would be an immediate upgrade after this past season’s deadline festivities.

37) Los Angeles Chargers: T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

A scheme shift on defense is naturally going to solve some of the Chargers’ issues against the run, moving away from Staley’s light boxes on defense. However, they still need to add talent to their defensive line.

T’Vondre Sweat‘s size might make him seem like a pure nose tackle, but he is a true three-down player who can hold off double teams and collapse the pocket.

38) Tennessee Titans: Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

New Titans defensive coordinator Dennard Wilson has enjoyed quality cornerback play at his last few stops with Philadelphia and Baltimore and will likely want to bring that to Tennessee.

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The Titans have plenty of holes to fill at corner, with Sean Murphy-Bunting and Kristian Fulton hitting free agency and former first-round pick Caleb Farley continuing to battle injuries. Ennis Rakestraw Jr. has the upside and the physicality to demand a top-40 pick.

39) New York Giants: Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

With Xavier McKinney likely leaving in free agency, the Giants need a new playmaker to emerge at safety. Tyler Nubin is a superb athlete with tremendous production and instincts in coverage.

40) Washington Commanders (via CHI): Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona

With a new quarterback, Washington must shore up its pass protection. Jordan Morgan likely kicks inside to guard in the NFL, and he can give Washington’s interior a solid young core when paired with center Ricky Stromberg and right guard Sam Cosmi.

41) Green Bay Packers (via NYJ): Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

Linebacker De’Vondre Campbell could be a cap casualty in Green Bay, opening up a middle linebacker spot for the team to work with Quay Walker. I think there are better linebacker prospects, but you have to consider team needs in these mocks and the specifics of their scheme.

Edgerrin Cooper is an athletic WILL outside linebacker for the Packers scheme. His sideline-to-sideline pursuit speed will help the Packers shore up their run defense as they adjust to Jeff Hafley’s scheme.

42) Minnesota Vikings: Junior Colson, LB, Michigan

Back-to-back linebackers come off the board here, but they’re two players with very different styles. The Vikings had an exciting rookie year from undrafted linebacker Ivan Pace Jr., but they need another talented player next to Pace to boost their defensive front.

Former third-round pick Brian Asamoah struggled with injury, and many of their depth players are pending free agents. Junior Colson‘s presence along the inside and ability in coverage can free up Ivan Pace to crash downhill and create havoc, much like he did as a rookie.

43) Chicago Bears (via ATL)*: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

Trade: In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, the Falcons trade the 43rd pick to the Bears in exchange for QB Justin Fields.

Finally, Atlanta makes a swing for a quarterback here after missing out on one at the top of the draft, and Chicago gets a clean slate after taking their new franchise QB first overall. With that pick from Atlanta, Chicago drafts a speedy deep threat in Xavier Worthy to take advantage of Williams’ arm talent.

44) Las Vegas Raiders: T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

The Raiders have their nickel spot locked down with Nate Hobbs, and Jack Jones made some key plays down the stretch last season to feel confident in him as a starter as one of the team’s outside corners. However, they still need to add another playmaker on the outside.

T.J. Tampa‘s name is flying under the radar a tad in this talented cornerback class, but he’s a competitive and smooth playmaker outside with a well-rounded skill set and excellent ball skills.

45) New Orleans Saints (via DEN): Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

Michael Thomas’s time in New Orleans will likely end this offseason. While Chris Olave is undoubtedly the team’s WR1, the Saints need to add more complementary pieces to their receiving corps.

New Orleans’s new OC, Klint Kubiak, was recently with the 49ers. Malachi Corley has been oft-compared to Deebo Samuel, with his physicality after the catch. See what I’m saying?

46) Indianapolis Colts: Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

The Colts continue to bolster their defense here with a disruptive defensive tackle. Indianapolis’s pass rush took a step forward on the edge, with good years from Kwity Paye and Dayo Odeyingbo, but their interior pass rush was nonexistent outside of DeForest Buckner.

Ruke Orhorhoro is still raw but has plenty of athletic traits worth developing. His explosiveness and quickness are worth banking on, and he can be a three-down player with further development.

47) New York Giants (via SEA): Kalen King, CB, Penn State

The Giants double-dip into the secondary here. Deonte Banks had a successful rookie season, but the Giants will need to replace Adoree Jackson outside.

Kalen King boasts the talent worth banking on outside but will need to iron out some kinks, namely his over-aggressiveness. Still, his twitchy athleticism and ball skills make him an enticing playmaker in the secondary.

48) Jacksonville Jaguars: Zach Frazier, C, West Virginia

Jacksonville needs to upgrade at the center spot, simple as that. Way too many moments on film were completely untenable, and they needed someone at the pivot they could trust to execute consistently. Enter Zach Frazier, one of the top offensive line prospects in this 2024 NFL Draft class.

49) Cincinnati Bengals: Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

Cincinnati’s run defense fell apart last season, and they have to get that part of their defense up and running again if they want to make another Super Bowl run. That need is further amplified with DJ Reader set to be a free agent, as the Bengals’ cap room could be tied up elsewhere.

Kris Jenkins is a plug-and-play run defender with superb play strength and physicality at the point of attack while also offering upside as a pass rusher with his athleticism that saw him place on Bruce Feldman’s Freak List.

50) Philadelphia Eagles (via NO): Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

With all of the recent circumstances surrounding Haason Reddick, it feels like the Eagles will opt to be proactive in pursuing a replacement pass rusher. Furthermore, Josh Sweat has just one year left on his deal, so the Eagles might look to find future building blocks in their pass rush.

Adisa Isaac is an explosive, twitchy pass rusher who could be utilized similarly to Reddick with his explosive first step.

51) Pittsburgh Steelers: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

Pittsburgh could face some turnover in their wide receiver room, with Diontae Johnson and Allen Robinson potential cap casualties. The franchise could use a player with the speed and route-running that Roman Wilson offers to pair with George Pickens.

Wilson’s blocking prowess is also an underrated part of his game, which will endear him to the Steelers coaching staff.

52) Los Angeles Rams: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

Los Angeles drafted a pass rusher in Round 1 of this 2024 NFL Mock Draft and turn to the other side of the trenches here. The team needs a long-term option at left tackle.

At this stage, any option is going to be a project in terms of NFL readiness, but the Rams have a lot going for them to help develop young talent, with a likelier shift to heavier personnel looks in their gap-heavy offense and a top left guard next to him in Steve Avila.

Kiran Amegadjie‘s size, length, power, and athletic traits make him a prospect worth the investment, as his ceiling is tremendous.

53) Philadelphia Eagles: Calen Bullock, S, USC

This is the highest the Eagles have drafted a DB since Sidney Jones in 2017, and their first safety pick to go this high since Jaiquawn Jarrett in 2011. With Kevin Byard a potential cap casualty and Sydney Brown rehabbing from a late-season torn ACL, Philadelphia’s safety room is in pretty deep flux.

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Calen Bullock’s deep range and ball skills would give the Eagles a true centerfielder at safety who will provide a boost in production to their struggling secondary.

54) Washington Commanders (via CLE)*: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

Trade: In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, the Cleveland Browns have sent the 54th pick to the Commanders in exchange for defensive tackle Jonathan Allen.

Cleveland has traded out of the second round the last two seasons in favor of players, and they opt to do the same here. Allen has publicly stated his desire to leave Washington, and Cleveland needs a disruptive 3-technique.

Washington added Jordan Morgan earlier but takes a swing on the best developmental tackle prospect left here. Patrick Paul comes from a similar system that Kliff Kingsbury runs, and his play strength, length, and athleticism make him a worthwhile upside swing.

55) Miami Dolphins: Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

Miami has to sort out the interior of their defensive line with Christian Wilkins and Raekwon Davis set to hit free agency, but their pass rushers should be their top priority on defense.

Both Jaelan Phillips and Bradley Chubb suffered late-season injuries that could impact their availability for next year. Andrew Van Ginkel and Melvin Ingram, two key depth pieces, are also pending free agents.

Bralen Trice has an NFL-ready skill set with his tremendous speed-to-power ability and movement skills.

56) Dallas Cowboys: Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

Once again, Dallas finds themselves looking at the best player available here. Wide receiver isn’t a huge need for the team, but with Michael Gallup a likely cap casualty, the team could use another receiving threat.

Ja’Lynn Polk has good long speed and superb body control to thrive as an outside vertical threat. Polk, Lamb, and Brandin Cooks is a well-rounded skill room that can be mixed and matched in the slot and outside to create plenty of mismatches.

57) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cooper Beebe, G, Kansas State

Most of Tampa Bay’s offensive line feels settled, but their left guard spot feels wide open. Cooper Beebe is a Pro Bowl-caliber guard prospect who fits the aggressive and physical mold the Buccaneers have typically targeted on their offensive line.

58) Green Bay Packers: Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

The Packers taking a linebacker and running back in the same round here might get some scorn, but both are positions of need here. AJ Dillon is a pending free agent and likely won’t be brought back, and Aaron Jones is over 30 with just one year left on his contract.

Jonathon Brooks is many people’s favorite to be the first running back drafted this year, and his movement skills and vision fit the Packers’ offense. Green Bay can afford not to rush him back from his ACL injury as a rookie, with Jones still commanding the lion’s share of touches.

59) Houston Texans: Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

After addressing offense in the first round, the Texans flip back to boosting their defense. Jonathan Greenard is a pending free agent, and they might opt to spend elsewhere to boost other areas of their defense. Even if they bring Greenard back, they should continue to add to their pass rush and solidify their defensive ends.

Chris Braswell is a tremendous athlete who collapses the pocket with ease and is just scratching the surface of what he can be as a pass rusher.

60) Buffalo Bills: Brandon Dorlus, DL, Oregon

The Bills have plenty of holes to fill on their defensive line — eight players are set to hit free agency at both defensive tackle and edge rusher.

Oregon’s Brandon Dorlus, with his 272-pound frame and length, fits the mold of a hybrid defensive lineman the Bills have frequently targeted in the draft. He’s at his best as a 3-technique inside, but he has positional versatility.

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

Detroit boosted their pass rush in the first round and turn to their secondary in the second round of this 2024 NFL Mock Draft as they continue to revamp their defense.

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Caelen Carson is a competitive and physical outside corner prospect who fits the mold of a press-man corner. Carson’s ball skills need work, but his physicality and competitiveness stand out on film and resemble the kind of players the Lions have sought recently.

62) Baltimore Ravens: Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas

Baltimore’s pass rush will face significant attrition with Jadeveon Clowney and Kyle Van Noy set to hit free agency. Odafe Oweh has put together quality flashes, but the rest of that room is unproven. If the Ravens want to continue their defensive dominance, their pass rush has to continue to be effective.

Austin Booker has played around 500 defensive snaps but is not raw. He has tremendous gifts as an athlete and has a pretty advanced pass-rush plan for a pass rusher as inexperienced as he is. Once he bulks up his frame, he has Pro Bowl-caliber upside as a pass rusher.

63) San Francisco 49ers: Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah

The 49ers traded for pass rushers Randy Gregory and Chase Young, both of whom are set to hit free agency alongside Clelin Ferrell. With San Francisco’s complicated cap situation and a looming Brandon Aiyuk extension, two or even all three of them may depart in free agency.

San Francisco must boost their pass rush to keep their throne atop the NFC, increasing the likelihood of a Jonah Elliss selection.

64) Kansas City Chiefs: Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami (FL)

Kansas City’s secondary was tremendous in their Super Bowl win. Still, it will face some attrition this offseason with corner L’Jarius Sneed and safety Mike Edwards set to hit free agency.

Kamren Kinchens can be a quality split-field safety capable of playing multiple roles for the Chiefs’ defense. The team does have recent picks Chamarri Conner and Bryan Cook on the roster with Justin Reid, but Kinchens isn’t the kind of prospect you can pass on here.

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65) Carolina Panthers: Christian Haynes, G, UConn

Nothing the Panthers seemed to try at either guard spot last season worked, consistently allowing pressure in Bryce Young’s face. Christian Haynes is an experienced guard with over 49 career starts who boasts great length and powerful strikes and could help solidify Carolina’s interior.

66) Arizona Cardinals: Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

Turning to their pass rush here, Arizona adds a powerful, if raw, pass rusher with the length and traits to bet on his upside. Marshawn Kneeland‘s explosiveness as a rusher and tenacious effort on run downs make him a player capable of playing all three downs and give Arizona a nice one-two punch with last year’s second-round selection, B.J. Ojulari.

67) Washington Commanders: Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

Washington’s secondary play last year was pretty poor, any way you look at it. With their best player, Kendall Fuller, departing, they’ll need to fill that void quickly. Mike Sainristil‘s size might keep him as a slot-only prospect, but he’s tremendously physical and has the playmaking ability head coach Quinn will covet.

68) New England Patriots: Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

The tackle board didn’t fall right for New England in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, but they can find a nice consolation prize here in tight end Ja’Tavion Sanders. Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki are pending free agents in New England whose future with the team is undetermined.

Sanders is a superb seam threat with the ability to generate big plays after the catch. He’s more of a positional blocker who “loses slowly,” but he’ll be drafted high based on his receiving ability.

69) Los Angeles Chargers: Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

The Chargers could have significant turnover in their linebacker room with Kenneth Murray hitting free agency and Eric Kendricks a potential cap casualty. In this scenario, they’ll need to figure out a true “MIKE” LB in the middle of their defense, but Payton Wilson can be an excellent WILL pursuit-style linebacker.

Wilson’s athleticism and awareness in coverage are arguably at the top of this class, and he has true sideline-to-sideline range in pursuit. He can get stuck on blocks, so he’ll need to be kept clean, but that’s how drafting Texas defensive tackle Sweat earlier in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft helps add further value.

70) New York Giants: Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State

The Giants’ interior around Dexter Lawrence struggled to make much of an impact after the team traded away Leonard Williams. Michael Hall Jr.‘s quickness and good toolbox as a pass rusher will help take some attention away from Lawrence and give the team a talented interior sub-package rusher-something they lacked for the latter half of their season.

71) Arizona Cardinals (via TEN): Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

Even with the addition of Ohio State WR Harrison, Arizona likely isn’t done adding to their receiving corps. Hollywood Brown is a pending free agent, and his price tag might be higher than the Cardinals would stomach after an inconsistent career in the desert.

Jalen McMillan is a great route-runner with plus ability after the catch and good body control to win outside his frame. Pairing him with Harrison, Michael Wilson, and role players like Rondale Moore and Greg Dortch gives the Cardinals a versatile, talented playmaking corps.

72) New York Jets: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

Before I get any pitchforks thrown my way, think about it for a second. Zach Wilson’s time with the Jets is all but over, and owner Woody Johnson is on record saying that the team needed “better backup QB play.” Given Aaron Rodgers’ age, who is to say a similar scenario couldn’t happen for the Jets again?

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With their cap situation, they turn to a cheaper contract in the draft. Bo Nix can be both a competent backup who could operate their offense, given their talent, and also a potential future at the position for a team with more questions than answers there.

73) Detroit Lions (via MIN): Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida

After devoting their early picks of this 2024 NFL Mock Draft to defense, Detroit turns to finding talent for their wide receiver room. The Lions need another outside threat at wide receiver with Josh Reynolds departing in free agency.

Ricky Pearsall‘s route-running and hands are among the best in this class, and he has a tremendously physical mentality in his playstyle. He would be a great complement to Amon-Ra St. Brown in the slot and Jameson Williams’s deep speed.

74) Atlanta Falcons: Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

This is a tough range for the Falcons, with all the top edge rushers taken before this pick and a gap before the rest of the edge rushers in the class. However, I think a disruptive 3-technique defensive tackle would be a smart investment here, especially if he is potentially the best player available.

Grady Jarrett suffered a torn ACL mid-season last year, and David Onyemata is almost 32. Depth linemen behind them, like Albert Huggins and Kentavius Street, are pending free agents, leaving plenty of snaps for the taking. Braden Fiske would step in and help boost Atlanta’s interior rush right away.

75) Chicago Bears: Leonard Taylor III, DT, Miami (FL)

The Bears are in the same boat as the Falcons here without an edge rusher available, and they also opt to add another talented interior rusher.

Leonard Taylor III was oft-misused as a nose tackle this year for Miami, but moving back to his more natural 3-technique spot should help unlock that explosiveness and pass-rush ability that made him an enticing prospect over the summer.

76) Denver Broncos: Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane

I battled with the two quarterbacks available here but landed on Michael Pratt going first for a few reasons. Firstly, he’s already met with the Broncos multiple times, as revealed at the Senior Bowl. Secondly, the former Tulane Green Wave standout is a better fit for what Sean Payton wants in his offense.

Pratt’s accuracy and ability to throw with great timing and touch and work in rhythm make him a perfect fit with Payton’s offense.

77) Las Vegas Raiders: Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina

The other quarterback mentioned in the aforementioned debate, Spencer Rattler, boasts incredible arm talent. Raiders head coach Antonio Pierce has already publicly stated the team will pursue another quarterback in the offseason, and Rattler would be an intriguing developmental prospect.

78) Seattle Seahawks: Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

Seattle is likely cutting Jamal Adams as a cap casualty, leaving an opening for their safety spot next to Quandre Diggs. Jaden Hicks is a younger prospect as a redshirt sophomore, but he is a gifted athlete with superb instincts and a versatile skill set to match targets underneath and reinforce Seattle’s run defense.

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

A recent rapid riser, Jarvis Brownlee’s competitiveness, physicality, and stickiness in man coverage make him an enticing cornerback prospect. The former Louisville cornerback has experience in the slot and outside, making him a valuable prospect to help boost a Falcons’ cornerback room in need of playmakers opposite A.J. Terrell.

80) Cincinnati Bengals: Theo Johnson, TE, Penn State

Remarkably, the Bengals have every tight end on the roster hitting free agency. With a limited cap space margin, it’s entirely possible most of them aren’t brought back. Theo Johnson is an intriguing playmaker with his combination of size and athleticism. His experience as an in-line player would help him emerge as a Day 1 starter for Cincinnati.

81) Seattle Seahawks (via NO): Dominick Puni, G, Kansas

Seattle added a center in the first round of this 2024 NFL Mock Draft and double-dips into reinforcing their interior early on here. Dominick Puni can step in to fill the void left by Damien Lewis’s departure. He is an impressive athlete with heavy hands and explosive movement skills who escorts defenders out of gaps with ease.

82) Indianapolis Colts: Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona

This might seem high for Jacob Cowing based on other mocks, but I think this might be a sneaky good landing spot for him.

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The Colts have repeatedly emphasized adding more explosiveness on offense, which is exactly what Cowing brings to an offense. His instant acceleration and ability after the catch would add another element to the Colts’ potent offense.

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

Two key safeties in Jordan Fuller and John Johnson III are set to hit free agency, and the Rams typically haven’t extended safeties. The Rams will need to find their replacement in the offseason.

Cole Bishop is the kind of safety Los Angeles has typically targeted, with his versatile skill set to match with tight ends and plus awareness in college. Bishop also adds a tremendous boost to their run support from the secondary, a trait the Rams need.

84) Pittsburgh Steelers: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

The Steelers have been a favorite for Russell Wilson if you believe the oddsmakers online, but until it happens, I’ll operate on their current roster. The team seems to be pointing toward keeping Kenny Pickett and Mason Rudolph on the roster, with another quarterback added to provide some offseason competition.

Michael Penix Jr. would be a worthwhile investment for the Steelers to add to their quarterback room. His aggressive vertical passing would add a different element to the Steelers’ offense, who are still searching for a playmaking quarterback.

85) Cleveland Browns: Tez Walker, WR, North Carolina

85 picks into this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, and the Browns finally make a pick here. Cleveland has been openly looking hard at wide receivers to add to their offense. Amari Cooper has just one year left on his contract, while Elijah Moore, David Bell, and Cedric Tillman haven’t shown enough yet to feel comfortable about their long-term viability.

Tez Walker struggled with drops at the Senior Bowl, but his film shows a big-play threat waiting to happen.

86) Houston Texans (via PHI): Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin

Houston goes back to the offensive side here to solidify their run game. I opted for Braelon Allen here over other backs for a few reasons, but mainly, the Wisconsin rusher is a better fit in Houston’s zone-oriented run scheme than other backs.

He and Devin Singletary (assuming he is extended) would give the Texans the one-two punch they hoped would happen with Dameon Pearce this season.

87) Dallas Cowboys: Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson

Dallas could take a running back here to replace Tony Pollard, but the fit of Jeremiah Trotter Jr. is too good to ignore in my mind. His physicality and instincts are top-notch.

He’d be a great fit with Mike Zimmer’s scheme, running out different simulated pressures and blitzes while shoring up Dallas’s run defense with tremendous tackling and physicality.

88) Green Bay Packers: Brandon Coleman, OL, TCU

Green Bay’s offensive line could look vastly different with potential offseason departures of David Bakhtiari, Jon Runyan Jr., and Yosh Nijman. Their depth could take a hit at both tackle and guard. Brandon Coleman is a powerful, versatile linemen-traits that the Packers have repeatedly targeted in the draft.

89) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, C, Georgia

The Buccaneers solidify their left guard spot early in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft and address center here to cement their offensive line’s long-term outlook.

Robert Hainsey filled in admirably after Ryan Jensen’s injury that led to his retirement, but he hasn’t shown enough to be the long-term starter. Adding some more competition to that spot in the form of Sedrick Van Pran would be a wise investment.

90) Arizona Cardinals (via HOU): Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame

D.J. Humphries’s situation with the Cardinals is up in the air, but he feels like a likely cap casualty with a cap hit over $22M and no guaranteed money left on his deal. If that happens, the Cardinals might move Paris Johnson Jr. over from right tackle, leaving that spot open.

Blake Fisher is raw but plays with tremendous physicality and has the tools and traits NFL teams will covet out of a right tackle. He would help boost Arizona’s run blocking virtually right away.

91) Green Bay Packers (via BUF): Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri

Another defensive back here after taking DeJean might be a surprise, but Kris Abrams-Draine gives the Packers a solution as their nickel to replace Keisean Nixon. His length and ball skills add a key playmaking element Green Bay was missing in their secondary last season.

92) Detroit Lions: DeWayne Carter, DT, Duke

Part of Detroit’s defensive woes were due to them missing another difference-maker on the defensive line next to Alim McNeill. John Cominsky and Benito Jones filled in but are role players, and Levi Onwuzurike has struggled with multiple injuries, leaving a gap in their defensive line.

DeWayne Carter is an underrated interior pass rusher, boasting tremendous quickness and speed-to-power ability to collapse the pocket. The Duke prospect also has the play strength to hold up in the run game, giving him a three-down skill set.

93) Baltimore Ravens: Christian Mahogany, G, Boston College

As discussed in Baltimore’s first-round selection, it seems likely that Zeitler will test the free agent market, opening up the team’s right guard spot. The Ravens must also solidify their left guard spot with Simpson’s inconsistent play.

Christian Mahogany‘s punches hit like earthquakes with pop reminiscent of a scene out of Rocky. His power and athleticism make him a natural fit in Baltimore’s downhill, power-run game.

94) San Francisco 49ers: Isaiah Adams, G, Illinois

The 49ers aren’t done adding to their offensive line, adding an experienced and versatile lineman in Isaiah Adams. He played left tackle, left guard, and right tackle at Illinois, but Adams projects best at guard in the NFL.

His quickness, body control, and play strength make him a natural fit in San Francisco’s outside-zone run scheme.

95) Kansas City Chiefs: Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

We all saw how much Kansas City’s lack of reliable playmakers at receiver limited their offense (not that it ended up mattering when they won the Super Bowl). Still, banking on being able to replicate that success without multiple investments to their skill positions doesn’t seem wise, even with Patrick Mahomes.

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The Chiefs continue to make their star quarterback’s job a little easier, adding a unique playmaker in Xavier Legette to pair with the height/weight/speed of first-rounder Coleman. Legette can be featured on designed touches with good ability after the catch and boasts good long speed to separate downfield.

Round 4

2024 NFL Mock Draft

96) Carolina Panthers 
Mason McCormick, OL, South Dakota State

97) Washington Commanders
Fabien Lovett, DT, Florida State

98) New England Patriots 
Xavier Thomas, EDGE, Clemson

99) Arizona Cardinals 
Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State

100) Los Angeles Chargers 
Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

101) Tennesee Titans
Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama

102) New York Giants 
Sataoa Laumea, OL, Utah

103) Minnesota Vikings 
Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

104) Atlanta Falcons 
James Williams, S/LB, Miami (FL)

105) Chicago Bears 
Beau Brade, S, Maryland

106) New York Jets 
Kitan Oladapo, S, Oregon State

107) Las Vegas Raiders 
Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

108) New York Jets (via DEN) 
Jamari Thrash, WR, Louisville

109) Denver Broncos (via JAX)
Trade: The Jaguars trade the 109th pick of this 2024 NFL Mock Draft to the Broncos in exchange for S Justin Simmons.

Tahj Washington, WR, USC

110) Cincinnati Bengals 
Zak Zinter, G, Michigan

111) Jacksonville Jaguars (via NO) 
Javon Baker, WR, UCF

112) Indianapolis Colts 
MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

113) Seattle Seahawks 
Jaheim Bell, TE, Florida State

114) Pittsburgh Steelers 
D.J. James, CB, Auburn

115) Pittsburgh Steelers (via LAR) 
Beaux Limmer, C, Arkansas

116) Denver Broncos (via MIA) 
Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame

117) Chicago Bears (via PHI) 
Javon Solomon, EDGE, Troy

118) Houston Texans (via CLE) 
Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon

119) San Francisco 49ers (via DAL) 
Marcus Harris, DT, Auburn

120) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
Kamal Hadden, CB, Tennessee

121) Green Bay Packers 
Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

122) Houston Texans 
Javon Bullard, S, Georgia

123) Buffalo Bills 
Brennan Jackson, EDGE, Washington State

124) Minnesota Vikings (via DET) 
Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky

125) Baltimore Ravens 
Tyler Davis, DT, Clemson

126) San Francisco 49ers 
Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

127) Kansas City Chiefs 
Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon

Round 5

2024 NFL Mock Draft

128) Cleveland Browns (via CAR) 
Jaylan Ford, LB, Texas

129) New England Patriots 
Matt Goncalves, OT, Pitt

130) Arizona Cardinals 
Audric Estimé, RB, Notre Dame

131) Washington Commanders 
Jared Wiley, TE, TCU

132) Los Angeles Chargers 
Josh Newton, CB, TCU

133) New York Giants  
Braiden McGregor, EDGE, Michigan

134) Carolina Panthers 
Ray Davis, RB, Kentucky

135) Atlanta Falcons 
Mohamed Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State

136) Los Angeles Chargers (via CHI)*
Trade: The Bears trade the 136th pick to the Chargers in exchange for WR Mike Williams

Tanor Bortolini, C, Wisconsin

137) Denver Broncos (via NYJ) 
Justin Eboigbe, DT, Alabama

138) Tennessee Titans (via MIN) 
Curtis Jacobs, LB, Penn State

139) Denver Broncos 
Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, S, Texas Tech

140) Las Vegas Raiders 
Marist Liufau, LB, Notre Dame

141) Cincinnati Bengals 
Renardo Green, CB, Florida State

142) New Orleans Saints 
Javon Foster, OT, Missouri

143) Indianapolis Colts 
Malik Mustapha, S, Wake Forest

144) Seattle Seahawks 
Darius Muasau, LB, UCLA

145) New Orleans Saints (via JAX)* 
Trade: The Jaguars trade the 145th pick of this 2024 NFL Mock Draft to the Saints in exchange for DE Payton Turner.

Mark Perry, S, TCU

146) Los Angeles Rams
Nehemiah Pritchett, CB, Auburn

147) Los Angeles Rams (via PIT) 
Tyrice Knight, LB, UTEP

148) Cleveland Browns (via PHI) 
Mekhi Wingo, DT, LSU

149) Minnesota Vikings (via CLE) 
Khristian Boyd, DT, Northern Iowa

150) Miami Dolphins 
Jaylin Simpson, DB, Auburn

151) Kansas City Chiefs (via DAL) 
Eric Watts, DL, UConn

152) Buffalo Bills (via GB) 
McKinnley Jackson, DT, Texas A&M

153) Philadelphia Eagles (via TB) 
Steele Chambers, LB, Ohio State

154) Arizona Cardinals
Tykee Smith, S, Georgia

155) Buffalo Bills 
Elijah Jones, CB, Boston College

156) Detroit Lions
Gottlieb Ayedze, OL, Maryland

157) Baltimore Ravens 
Will Shipley, RB, Clemson

158) Carolina Panthers (via SF) 
Malik Washington, WR, Virginia

159) Minnesota Vikings (via KC) 
Hunter Nourzad, C, Penn State

Round 6

2024 NFL Mock Draft

160) Minnesota Vikings (via CAR) 
Jha’Quan Jackson, WR, Tulane

161) Carolina Panthers (via ARI) 
Keith Randolph Jr., DT, Illinois

162) Washington Commanders 
Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice

163) New England Patriots 
Jalyx Hunt, EDGE, Houston Christian

164) Los Angeles Chargers
Cedric Johnson, EDGE, Ole Miss

165) Tennessee Titans 
Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

166) New York Giants 
Blake Watson, RB, Memphis

167) Miami Dolphins (via CHI) 
Garret Greenfield, OT, South Dakota State

168) New York Jets 
Delmar Glaze, OT, Maryland

169) Arizona Cardinals (via MIN)  
Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State

170) Philadelphia Eagles (via ATL) 
Jacob Monk, C, Duke

171) Minnesota Vikings (via LV) 
Tylan Grable, OT, UCF

172) Los Angeles Rams (via DEN) 
Edefuan Ulofoshio, LB, Washington

173) New Orleans Saints 
Evan Anderson, DT, FAU

174) Indianapolis Colts 
Erick All, TE, Iowa

175) Seattle Seahawks 
Carter Bradley, QB, South Alabama

176) Jacksonville Jaguars 
Walter Rouse, OT, Oklahoma

177) Cincinnati Bengals 
Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

178) Pittsburgh Steelers 
Ty’Ron Hopper, LB, Missouri

179) Buffalo Bills (via LAR) 
Brenden Rice, WR, USC

180) Atlanta Falcons (via CLE) 
Anthony Gould, WR, Oregon State

181) Miami Dolphins 
McCallan Castles, TE, Tennessee

182) New Orleans Saints (via PHI) 
Aaron Casey, LB, Indiana

183) Buffalo Bills (via DAL) 
Jordan Travis, QB, Florida State

184) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
Isaac Guerendo, RB, Louisville

185) Green Bay Packers 
Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

186) Cleveland Browns (via HOU) 
Brevyn Spann-Ford, TE, Minnesota

187) Buffalo Bills 
Isaiah Davis, RB, South Dakota State

188) Detroit Lions 
AJ Barner, TE, Michigan

189) Cleveland Browns (via BAL) 
Rasheen Ali, RB, Marshall

190) San Francisco 49ers 
Emani Bailey, RB, TCU

191) Las Vegas Raiders (via KC) 
Maason Smith, DT, LSU

Round 7

2024 NFL Mock Draft

192) Tennessee Titans (via CAR) 
Matthew Lee, C, Miami (FL)

193) Washington Commanders 
Eyabi Okie-Anoma, EDGE, Charlotte

194) Las Vegas Raiders (via NE) 
Travis Glover, OT, Georgia State

195) Arizona Cardinals 
Jowon Briggs, DT, Cincinnati

196) Los Angeles Chargers 
Isaiah Williams, WR, Illinois

197) Arizona Cardinals (via NYG) 
Christian Jones, OL, Texas

198) Las Vegas Raiders (via TEN) 
Jalen Sundell, OL, North Dakota State

199) Baltimore Ravens (via NYJ) 
Jase McClellan, RB, Alabama

200) Las Vegas Raiders (via MIN) 
Jaylon Carlies, S, Missouri

201) Cleveland Browns (via ATL) 
Ethan Driskell, OT, Marshall

202) New England Patriots (via CHI) 
Maema Njongmeta, LB, Wisconsin

203) New Orleans Saints (via DEN) 
Gabriel Murphy, EDGE, UCLA

204) Dallas Cowboys (via LV) 
Charles Turner III, C, LSU

205) Indianapolis Colts 
Dwight McGlothern, CB, Arkansas

206) Seattle Seahawks 
M.J. Devonshire, CB, Pitt

207) Jacksonville Jaguars 
Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State

208) Cincinnati Bengals 
Kalen DeLoach, LB, Florida State

209) Houston Texans
Justin Rogers, DT, Auburn

210) Denver Broncos (via LAR) 
Nelson Ceaser, EDGE, Houston

211) Pittsburgh Steelers 
Josh Proctor, S, Ohio State

212) Miami Dolphins 
Myles Murphy, DT, North Carolina

213) Tennessee Titans (via PHI) 
Daijohn Anthony, DB, Ole Miss

214) Arizona Cardinals 
Jordan Magee, LB, Temple

215) Dallas Cowboys 
Kendall Milton, RB, Georgia

216) Green Bay Packers 
Tayvion Robinson, WR, Kentucky

217) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
Nathaniel Watson, LB, Mississippi State

218) Houston Texans 
Jontrey Hunter, LB, Georgia State

219) Buffalo Bills 
Tyler Owens, S, Texas Tech

220) Detroit Lions 
Isaiah Johnson, CB, Syracuse

221) Baltimore Ravens 
Chau Smith-Wade, CB, Washington State

222) San Francisco 49ers 
Dominique Hampton, S, Washington

223) Kansas City Chiefs
Tatum Bethune, LB, Florida State

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Worst mock draft ever in history of Mock Drafts

This is a horrible Giants draft you have successfully gotten Schoen, Daboll & Company fired biggest needs on the team Weapons and O line and you didn’t fix either a QB to sit a year will not save their Jobs and McCarthy is Daniel Jones lite better off keeping Jones at that rate even Kiper says Jones is better than JJ taking a weapon at 6 and then trading up for Nix or Penix makes more sense the Giants have 3 WRs on the roster in 2024 and just 2 beyond that drafting at least 2 WRs should be a priority

No way the Broncos draft WR here. This is a QB, CB, or an EDGE.

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