James Fragoza’s 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Malik Nabers Pairs With Justin Herbert, J.J. McCarthy Unseats Daniel Jones

Free agency is largely in the rearview mirror, and the 2024 NFL Draft is less than 20 days away. Does your favorite team ace this 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft?

NFL Combine, check. Free agency, check. The last major event before teams take the practice field is the 2024 NFL Draft. Yet, there are still nearly 19 days until our favorite teams hit the podium (20 for those without first-round picks). To fill the time and preview the top prospects, here’s a 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft for your enjoyment.

2024 NFL Mock Draft | Round 1

Want to see who can create the best mock draft with nine of your friends? Now you can with PFN’s free Mock Draft Simulator! But before you do, take a look at the selections below to get a step above the competition. Beginning in Round 6, small-school and lesser-known players await your discovery.

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

Having preferences is fine, but bashing a player for painting his nails, having a pink phone case, and crying with his mom after a tough loss is embarrassing. All Caleb Williams has done throughout his college career is proof that he’s the top QB prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft and isn’t afraid to be himself.

Don’t want him on your team? That’s OK; just don’t cry with your mom when he torches your defense.

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

North Carolina head coach Mack Brown said Drake Maye has “Super Bowl written all over him.” While Maye can play himself into trouble with arrogant throws and ball security when rushing, it’s not hard to see how Brown came to that opinion.

At 21 years old, he’s nowhere near his ceiling and already translates well to the NFL. Maye can win from the pocket with eyes, throw WRs open, and create out of structure. There’s no need to overthink it here.

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

Jayden Daniels could go No. 2, but it comes down to what you want under center. Maye is the better passer, while Daniels is more of a threat with his legs. Don’t get me wrong; the LSU QB has a beautiful deep ball and can throw over the middle better than Twitter will have you believe.

Yet, he had Malik Nabers and Brian Thomas Jr. on the outside, creating open throwing lanes and coming down with contested targets. But Daniels isn’t a consolation prize at No. 3 — give him the keys and watch the offense hit a new gear. 

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

There isn’t much to say about Marvin Harrison Jr. that hasn’t already been said. Here’s a list of what he can do: win off the line, win at the break, win at the catch point, win downfield, and win after the catch. Here’s what he can’t do: lose.

5) Los Angeles Chargers: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

No Mike Williams and no Keenan Allen likely means the Chargers are taking a WR at No. 5. With MHJ off the board, that leaves only two options: Malik Nabers and Rome Odunze. While Odunze may be more of a “can’t miss” prospect, Nabers’ speed and athletic ability vault him about the Washington pass catcher.

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

Daniel Jones isn’t the answer, and neither is Drew Lock. The Giants have to begin a new era. J.J. McCarthy is a proven winner with the raw tools to compete with the top of the class.

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With Jones and Lock on the roster, he can sit for a year to hone his craft (which is a must for his professional outlook) and take the league by storm in 2025.

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

Will Levis may not be the answer (more on that later), but the Titans have to give him a fighting chance. They added Calvin Ridley to the receiving corps, which is a plus, but the offensive line still needs help. Joe Alt can secure the blindside, allowing Levis to stand tall in the pocket and deliver strikes downfield.

8) Atlanta Falcons: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

Dallas Turner has all the physical gifts to be the edge rusher Atlanata has prayed for since John Abraham. His 4.46 40-yard dash, 40.5″ vertical, and 10’7″ broad jump highlight his explosiveness, but his pass-rush arsenal is limited. If he can win with more than just speed and power, Turner will terrorize NFL offensive tackles.

9) Chicago Bears: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

If there is one adjective to describe Rome Odunze‘s game, it’s “smooth.” He’s a fluid mover and a route-running technician who can create separation with ease. Pairing him with Williams will only benefit all parties involved.

10) New York Jets: Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Tyron Smith and Morgan Moses are the projected starting tackles, but the Jets must future-proof the position. Olu Fashanu could’ve been OT1 had he declared last year but chose to return to school. As an elite pass protector, the Penn State product will keep Aaron Rodgers upright at tackle or guard in Year 1.

11) Minnesota Vikings: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

The Vikings don’t need “potential” at corner — they need a sure thing. Enter Terrion Arnold. He may never be able to beat an elite WR 1-on-1, but there are few holes in his game. Arnold is instinctual in zone, can wrap up in the open field, and, as with any Alabama DB, is well-coached.

12) Denver Broncos: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

Bo Nix and Michael Penix Jr. are talented but not worth first-round picks, especially in the top 15. Thus, the Broncos have to target another position of need: EDGE. If it were not for Turner being a physical specimen, Jared Verse would be the top edge defender in the class.

He’s physical at the point of attack, has a good first step and bend, and brings a power element few in the class provide without sacrificing speed.

13) Las Vegas Raiders: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

Head coach Antonio Pierce is an old-school football mind, leaning heavily on the ground game to set the tone. Taliese Fuaga fits the mold perfectly and can pave lanes at right tackle for years to come.

14) New Orleans Saints: Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington

The Saints must retool the offensive line, and Troy Fautanu can slide into either tackle or guard spots. He can battle Trevor Penning for the LT role, with the loser kicking inside. Fautanu will pancake defenders as a run blocker, then stonewall them in pass pro on the next play.

15) Indianapolis Colts: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Anthony Richardson, Jonathan Taylor, Michael Pittman Jr., Josh Downs, Alec Pierce, and now Brock Bowers. Fully healthy, that’s one of the best skill position units in the league.

Bowers isn’t much of a blocker due to his size, but it’s not for a lack of effort. And where he struggles in the run game, he makes up for as a pass catcher, turning short targets into long gains with his YAC ability.

16) Seattle Seahawks: Graham Barton, G, Duke

Charles Cross has cemented himself at left tackle, and Abraham Lucas should bounce back next season after an injury-riddled 2023 campaign. However, the interior needs an overhaul — one that may force Seattle to take a guard in Round 1.

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While iOL players aren’t usually worthy of such high capital, Graham Barton bucks the trend. He started at LT the last three years after beginning his collegiate career as a center. His size and length translate better inside, and his athleticism and technique will lead to Barton being a perennial starter in the NFL.

17) Jacksonville Jaguars: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Quinyon Mitchell has skyrocketed his draft stock during the pre-draft process, locking up wide receivers at the Senior Bowl before running a 4.33 40-yard dash at the Combine. Offenses will need Raid on the field because Mitchell is a pest in coverage and has the best ball skills in the class.

18) Cincinnati Bengals: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

Tackles don’t come much bigger or more athletic than Amarius Mims. He has a ways to go to be a consistently dominant tackle, but he’ll have time to develop behind fellow behemoths Orlando Brown Jr. and Trent Brown. Mims has all the physical gifts that offensive line coach Frank Pollack dreams of working with.

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

There’s an argument for Laiatu Latu being the top EDGE in the 2024 NFL Draft, but he lacks power and, more worrisome, medically retired due to a neck injury early in his collegiate career.

Nevertheless, purely on tape, Latu is one of the best pass rushers in recent draft history, able to separate his upper half from his lower half to finish at the QB.

20) Pittsburgh Steelers: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

Look, I understand Cooper DeJean could probably be an excellent safety. But we’ve already seen him excel as a corner; why move him? His feel in off-coverage keeps him a step ahead of his opponent, and he’s the best tackler among all corners in the class.

21) Miami Dolphins: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

The offensive line has been a pain spot for the Dolphins, and JC Latham is the remedy. He can start on the interior to begin his career and move to left tackle when Terron Armstead misses his obligatory several games a year. Latham didn’t allow a sack at Alabama and packs a punch in the running game.

22) Philadelphia Eagles: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

Nate Wiggins‘ closing speed shuts down throwing windows before QBs can even register what happened. He also has the manual transmission to make up ground downfield and the length to contest targets others can’t.

23) Minnesota Vikings (From HOU via CLE): Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois

After bolstering their CB room with their first Round 1 pick, the Vikings double-dip on defense and add Johnny Newton to the front four. Newton is violence incarnate, aiming to take the heads off QBs’ shoulders. His hand usage and block-shedding ability make him a star in all phases.

24) Dallas Cowboys: Jackson Powers-Johnson, OL, Oregon

It starts up front for Dallas, and Jackson Powers-Johnson injects youth and vigor into a unit that needs it. JPJ’s grip strength, kill-or-be-killed mentality, and dense frame thwart most attempts to get through or around him.

25) Green Bay Packers: Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

The Packers have one of the best offenses in the league, but they’re missing an alpha WR who can win on third down and in the red zone. 6’3″ and 213-pound Keon Coleman can do just that, coming down with highlight-reel contested catches with regularity.

26) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mason McCormick, OL, South Dakota State

Seemingly every year, a small-school offensive lineman hears his name called in the first round. Mason McCormick has my vote to be that player in the 2024 NFL Draft.

The South Dakota State stalwart has 57 starts and three years of being a captain under his belt. He did exactly what you expect from small-school NFL prospects: dominate. Lining him up opposite Year 2 Cody Mauch could produce craters for running backs to run through.

27) Arizona Cardinals (From HOU): Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

Chop Robinson lacks polish, but his athletic ability will force a team at the bottom of the first round to pull the trigger.

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His first-step explosiveness and flexibility around the arc are not coachable, but his hand usage/placement and lack of counters are. With proper tutelage, Robinson can become a game wrecker off the edge.

28) Buffalo Bills: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

Nabers isn’t the only 2024 NFL Draft prospect keeping LSU’s “WRU” bid alive. Brian Thomas Jr. instantly fills the Gabe Davis role in Buffalo, winning vertically with his size and speed.

His presence will keep the field open so that Khalil Shakir and Dalton Kincaid can operate underneath and in the intermediate areas of the field, lightening the load left by the Stefon Diggs trade.

29) Detroit Lions: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

The Lions traded for Carlton Davis and signed Amik Robertson to enhance their secondary, and bringing in Kool-Aid McKinstry could be the final piece. A physical and long corner, McKinstry stays low and balanced in his backpedal and is comfortable on an island.

30) Baltimore Ravens: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

Zay Flowers was an electric addition in the first round last year, but the Ravens would be wise to dip into the WR well again in the 2024 NFL Draft. Adonai Mitchell gives Lamar Jackson a bigger-bodied weapon on the outside that can stretch the field, taking third-level defenders’ eyes off the backfield.

31) San Francisco 49ers: Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Trent Williams is getting longer in the tooth, and the 49ers must start looking for his long-term replacement. Tyler Guyton‘s movement skills at 6’8″ and over 320 pounds are uncanny.

He fires off the snap, has cinder blocks for hands, and covers ground quickly. Learning from one of the greatest to ever do it will benefit Guyton as a rookie.

32) Kansas City Chiefs: Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

Chris Jones just won a Super Bowl and got the bag from the Chiefs, but 2024 is the gift that keeps on giving for the star DT. Kansas City selects Byron Murphy II to end Day 1, pairing Jones with the running mate he’s longed for.

A versatile three-down playmaker, Murphy can take advantage of 1-on-1s and shift up and down the line in Steve Spagnuolo’s scheme.

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33) Carolina Panthers: Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

Bryce Young struggled mightily as a rookie, and the lack of separation from his receivers was a big reason why. Separation is Ladd McConkey‘s middle name, as he uses his Garrett Wilson-esque physical profile and athleticism to snap down at the top of routes and make himself available.

34) New England Patriots: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

Kingsley Suamataia has room to grow as a technician, but all the tools are there for him to become a long-term starting tackle.

35) Arizona Cardinals: Christian Haynes, G, UConn

A bully up front, Christian Haynes is at his best on the move, combining his brute force and short-area athleticism to pancake defenders in the ground game.

36) Washington Commanders: Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

With fast hands and feet, Jordan Morgan moves like a starting lineman. However, his lack of strength must be improved early, or opposing defensive linemen will blow him off the ball, whether at tackle or guard.

37) Los Angeles Chargers: Darius Robinson, DL, Missouri

Khalil Mack and Joey Bosa are still in-house, but the Chargers need to add some muscle on the defensive line. Darius Robinson can line up wherever new DC Jesse Minter envisions, leaving disruption in his wake.

38) Tennessee Titans: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

Sure, the Titans should build around Levis to see if he can be the face of the franchise. But why not take another swing with a highly touted prospect on the board? Michael Penix Jr. is a consistent thrower with the ability to get out of trouble with his legs.

39) Carolina Panthers (From NYG): Zach Frazier, OL, West Virginia

Improving the WR corps was step No. 1 in rehabilitating Young in Year 2. Step No. 2 is beefing up the offensive line. Zach Frazier can play all three interior positions, but with Robert Hunt and Damien Lewis signing as free agents, Frazier would likely start at center.

40) Washington Commanders (From CHI): T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

T.J. Tampa can bump and run with most in this class, using his physicality to throw WRs off their spot. Remaining patient and keeping his eyes on his opponent’s hips will only lead to fewer completions.

41) Green Bay Packers (From NYJ): Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

New Packers DC Jeff Hafley uses single-high coverages, which Xavier McKinney thrives in. Tyler Nubin can slide in as the starting box safety from Day 1, crashing in the run game and making plays as a coverage defender with his eyes and ball skills.

42) Houston Texans (From MIN): T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

If a boulder ever became conscious, it would look like T’Vondre Sweat. The 6’5″, 366-pound DT can fill multiple gaps and push back double-teams simply by leaning forward.

43) Atlanta Falcons: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

Kirk Cousins has proven two things in his career: He can make generational wealth by putting up regular-season stats, and he is a non-factor in the postseason. Is Bo Nix a starting-caliber QB? I have my concerns, but the Falcons need a succession plan.

44) Las Vegas Raiders: Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

Kamari Lassiter doesn’t have the physical tools that make analysts and fans drool, but he’s technically sound and anticipates plays before they happen.

45) New Orleans Saints (From DEN): Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

Ruke Orhorhoro can start in Year 1 with alignment versatility, but he can expand his pass-rush moves to be more effective in that area as his career progresses.

46) Indianapolis Colts: Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

Hands are half the battle as a pass rusher, and Adisa Isaac has an elite pair. He needs to add some weight to better hold up against the run and bring power off the edge.

47) New York Giants (From SEA): Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

Decent-at-best long speed will force Ennis Rakestraw Jr. into more zone-heavy looks, but his football IQ and control/patience in coverage are reliable.

48) Jacksonville Jaguars: Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

Quicker than fast, Braden Fiske breaks the sound barrier with his first three steps. His quick penetration style makes up for his size limitations, and pressure up the middle is a QB’s worst nightmare.

49) Cincinnati Bengals: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

Will Xavier Worthy fall this far in the actual 2024 NFL Draft after his record-setting 40-yard dash? Probably not, but a light breeze can blow his frame over, let alone grown men in the NFL.

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With Ja’Marr Chase and Tee Higgins outside, that becomes less of an issue, especially with Joe Burrow throwing him out of harm’s way.

50) Philadelphia Eagles (From NO): Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

Peanut butter and jelly. Fish and chips. The Eagles and taking a linebacker in Round 2. Edgerrin Cooper is the best LB in the class and joins Nakobe Dean and Devin White to form a terrifying trio.

51) Pittsburgh Steelers: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

No Diontae Johnson, no problem! There are a lot of impressive WR prospects in the 2024 NFL Draft, causing Troy Franklin to get lost in the shuffle a bit. Yet, he’s a long 6’2″ smooth strider with consistent hands and footwork.

52) Los Angeles Rams: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

Patrick Paul is a bit of a project still, but he has the size and length you bet on. While hand placement and foot speed will be an issue early on, he showed improvement in his fundamentals from 2022 to 2023.

53) Philadelphia Eagles: Cooper Beebe, G, Kansas State

The Eagles are set at tackle and center — all they need is a mauling guard. Cooper Beebe is a two-dollar steak on the interior, with the toughness and awareness of a 10-year veteran.

54) Cleveland Browns: Leonard Taylor III, DT, Miami (FL)

Leonard Taylor III is not a “set it and forget it” defensive tackle just yet, but the Browns need talent inside. He looks and moves like a jumbo LB, but his motor runs hot and cold.

55) Miami Dolphins: Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

The other 31 teams would kick themselves in the shins if they allowed Malachi Corley to land with the Dolphins. His YAC ability in Mike McDaniel’s offense will torment defenses.

56) Dallas Cowboys: Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

Deuce Vaughn cannot be the Cowboys’ starting RB in 2024. Trey Benson has the build and athleticism to be a No. 1 back, but he has to trust his blocks instead of relying on his physical tools.

57) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

The younger brother of Packers WR Bo Melton, Max Melton has had a great pre-draft process. His inside/outside versatility was already worthy of a Day 2 selection, but jumping out of Lucas Oil Stadium (40.5″ vertical and 11’4″ broad) only sealed his stock.

58) Green Bay Packers: Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

A Combine riser, Roger Rosengarten may not make it out of Round 2. His athletic ability is well-known, but his lack of play strength isn’t talked about enough. He won’t be able to start without serious struggles in Year 1, but the potential is there.

59) Houston Texans: Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

There is no questioning Bralen Trice‘s down-to-down effort. He lives for the trenches and is most effective from a wider alignment, giving him a straighter shot at the QB with his speed-to-power conversion.

60) Buffalo Bills: Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami (FL)

Mike Edwards and Taylor Rapp are slated to be the Bills’ starting safeties in 2024 — quite the fall from Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer. Kamren Kinchens has the vision, range, and ball skills to start as a free/deep safety early in his career.

61) Detroit Lions: Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

Although Chris Braswell doesn’t have the bend to win around the arc consistently, he has a high floor with his length/strength/speed combination.

62) Baltimore Ravens: Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State

Pass-rush specialists on the interior are becoming more commonplace, and Michael Hall Jr. fits the bill. His 6’3″ and 280-pound frame was built to knife through gaps and cross offensive linemen’s faces.

63) San Francisco 49ers: Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

Xavier Legette‘s physical profile (6’1″, 221 pounds, 4.39 40-yard dash, and 40″ vertical) will have NFL teams intrigued, and his background is awe-inspiring. If there is a Day 2 WR to believe in, it’s Legette.

64) Kansas City Chiefs: Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon

Kyhree Jackson is a 6’4″ CB built for Spagnuolo’s press-man scheme. He must anticipate routes with more consistency to stay ahead rather than behind, but his size/athleticism combo is rare.

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65) Carolina Panthers: Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

Marshawn Kneeland played well from 2021-22, but he took his game to a new level in 2023. His skill set is built around power, aiming to run through tackles rather than around them.

66) Arizona Cardinals: Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest

A strong tackler, Caelen Carson plays above his weight class in all phases. He can operate inside and out with a plug-and-play skill set.

67) Washington Commanders: Brandon Dorlus, DL, Oregon

Brandon Dorlus lined up from 1- to 7-tech at Oregon and is quick enough to win inside and powerful enough to win outside.

68) New England Patriots: Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

Behind Odunze, Washington has two other WRs of note, beginning with Ja’Lynn Polk. He’s a reliable hands catcher with short-area acceleration, which allows him to win on release and at the break.

69) Los Angeles Chargers: Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

While Kris Jenkins may never be a plus pass rusher, he’s already a potent run blocker with a quick first step to shoot gaps.

70) New York Giants: Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida

Quick off the line with strong hands and savvy routes, Ricky Pearsall can dominate from the slot as a rookie.

71) Arizona Cardinals (From TEN): Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

When Luke Kuechly speaks about LB prospects, you listen. His favorite in 2024? Payton Wilson. The only knocks on him are his injury history and age, but everything else screams starting LB.

72) New York Jets: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

Pairing a turbocharged athletic dynamo with Aaron Rodgers shouldn’t be allowed, but Roman Wilson falls to the Jets in Round 3, forming a new receiving corps featuring Garrett Wilson, Mike Williams, and Xavier Gipson.

73) Detroit Lions (From MIN): Christian Mahogany, G, Boston College

Christian Mahogany has center potential, but he is already a proven asset at both left and right guard. His natural leverage and proportional length allow him to unleash his mauling mentality, moving opponents against their will.

74) Atlanta Falcons: Renardo Green, CB, Florida State

Man coverage-leaning defenses will fall for Renardo Green due to his recovery speed and mirroring ability, but he can develop as a zone processor to utilize the tools at his disposal.

75) Chicago Bears: Mekhi Wingo, DT, LSU

An explosive force at 3-tech with the movement skills of a linebacker, Mekhi Wingo is a pass-rush dynamo on the interior.

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That role, while limited, is valuable in today’s NFL, and he has the room to grow into a three-down player.

76) Denver Broncos: Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina

Jarrett Stidham is the projected starter for the Broncos. Yikes. Spencer Rattler won’t be the answer in Year 1, but he’s shown enough to earn a flier. He’s matured on and off the field and is mechanical in the pocket with the creativity to make plays outside of it.

77) Las Vegas Raiders: Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

The other other standout Washington WR, Jalen McMillan is a route-running savant. He also has the speed to threaten defenses downfield, separates routinely, and converts at the catch point. What’s not to like?

78) Washington Commanders (From SEA): Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

With requisite mass, density, and proportional length, Cedric Gray looks like an LB, and his sideline-to-sideline range allows his build to explode on the screen.

79) Atlanta Falcons (From JAX): Beau Brade, S, Maryland

Beau Brade is next off the Maryland NFL DB conveyor belt, bringing the physicality and run support talent that teams treasure in a safety.

80) Cincinnati Bengals: McKinnley Jackson, DT, Texas A&M

The Bengals need to fill D.J. Reader’s shoes as best they can, and McKinnley Jackson, at 6’2″ and 326 pounds, can do just that in run defense.

81) Seattle Seahawks (From DEN): Junior Colson, LB, Michigan

From one Michigan system to another, Junior Colson meshes well with Mike Macdonald’s scheme. His movement skills at 250 pounds are visible, and he attacks gaps with ferocity as a run defender.

82) Indianapolis Colts: Cole Bishop, S, Utah

Cole Bishop was built in the lab to be a slot/box safety. He covers a lot of ground and is versatile in coverage, leading to a clear role in Year 1.

83) Los Angeles Rams: Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame

In three seasons as a starting corner, Cam Hart never allowed a reception of 40+ yards. Having a 6’3″ frame certainly helps, but he’s still shading in the ancillary parts of his game.

84) Pittsburgh Steelers: Sedrick Van Pran, C, Georgia

Outside of owning an elite name, Sedrick Van Pran hasn’t allowed a sack in the last two years at Georgia. His athleticism (or lack thereof) will keep him at center in the league, but he’s a damn good one.

85) Cleveland Browns: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

Kiran Amegadjie only played four games in 2023 due to injury. However, he put enough on tape — at an FCS school, no less — to warrant a top-100 selection.

86) Houston Texans: Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina

The Texans don’t necessarily need to take a WR this early, but Devontez Walker brings a vertical ability that complements Nico Collins and Tank Dell.

87) Dallas Cowboys: Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State

Whether the Cowboys use him as a TE convert or keep him at WR, Johnny Wilson is a towering presence whose coordination, explosiveness, and balance at 6’6″ is NBA-esque.

88) Green Bay Packers: Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky

Do you need a linebacker who does not miss tackles, creates pop on contact, and has the athleticism to mold as a coverage defender? Trevin Wallace is your guy.

89) Tampa Bay Buccanneers: Jeremiah Trotter Jr. LB, Clemson

With limiting size, length, and explosiveness, Jeremiah Trotter Jr. might be a hard sell for some teams. But he has two seasons of teach tape from the second level, utilizing sound fundamentals, instincts, and patience to be in the right spot.

90) Arizona Cardinals (From HOU): Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

After riding the pine his first two seasons, Jonathon Brooks burst out of Bijan Robinson’s shadow, rushing for over 1,000 yards and 10 TDs. He can thrive in zone or gap schemes, with a torn ACL the only glaring question mark on his scouting report.

91) Green Bay Packers (From BUF): Will Shipley, RB, Clemson

Will Shipley won’t break many tackles, but he can force defenders to miss. His elusiveness makes him a weapon with the ball in his hands, both as a zone runner and receiver.

92) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (From DET): Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama

Across four seasons and two different SEC teams, Jermaine Burton has never averaged less than 15.0 yards per reception, hitting 20.5 with Alabama in 2023. Winning alongside Mike Evans and Chris Godwin won’t be an issue.

93) Baltimore Ravens: Dominick Puni, G, Kansas

Dominick Puni was made for Baltimore. His size and power profile translate perfectly to their run-heavy system, and he can even move to tackle in a pinch.

94) San Francisco 49ers: Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri

With 33 pass breakups and seven interceptions over the last three years, there’s no denying Kris Abrams-Draine‘s ball-hawk ability. A former WR, he’s still learning the nuances of the position but has the fluidity to shine.

95) Kansas City Chiefs: Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

Travis Kelce’s reign of terror is nearing its end, and Ben Sinnott could ultimately take the baton. However, as a do-it-all weapon, Andy Reid can get creative with him during his first couple of years in Kansas City.

96) Jacksonville Jaguars: Malik Washington, WR, Virginia

We know how Malik Washington looks as the focal point of a passing attack: 110 catches, 1,426 yards, and nine touchdowns.

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Of course, slot-only options aren’t as sought-after as their boundary counterparts, but Washington’s change of direction and acceleration are cheat codes on two-way go’s.

97) Cincinnati Bengals: D.J. James, CB, Auburn

D.J. James can click and close in an instant with the fluidity to turn and burn downfield against faster opponents. His top speed and overall play strength leave some to be desired, but the list of weaknesses doesn’t extend far beyond that.

98) Pittsburgh Steelers: Javon Bullard, S, Georgia

Although he took most of his snaps at deep safety last year, Javon Bullard is tailor-made for the slot. He can tackle in the open field, be an add-on in the box, and carry routes vertically.

99) Los Angeles Rams: DeWayne Carter, DT, Duke

DeWayne Carter doesn’t have the physical tools of other DTs in the class, but his natural leverage and pass-rush toolbox provide a high floor.

100) Washington Commanders (From SF): Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, S, Texas Tech

Dadrion Taylor-Demerson can slide into the free safety role Malik Hooker played for Dan Quinn’s defense last year. DTD shoots out of a cannon when he trusts his eyes and will make plays all over the field.

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101) Carolina Panthers
Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

102) Seattle Seahawks
Maason Smith, DT, Michigan

103) New England Patriots
Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

104) Arizona Cardinals
Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame

105) Los Angeles Chargers
Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State

106) Tennessee Titans
Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky

107) New York Giants
Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

108) Minnesota Vikings
Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas

109) Atlanta Falcons
Jamari Thrash, WR, Louisville

110) Los Angeles Chargers
Delmar Glaze, OT, Maryland

111) New York Jets
Calen Bullock, S, USC

112) Las Vegas Raiders
Jalyx Hunt, EDGE, Houston Christian

113) Baltimore Ravens
Kalen King, CB, Penn State

114) Jacksonville Jaguars
James Williams, LB, Miami (FL)

115) Cincinnati Bengals
Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin

116) Jacksonville Jaguars
Brandon Coleman, G, TCU

117) Indianapolis Colts
Josh Newton, CB, TCU

118) Seattle Seahawks
Theo Johnson, TE, Penn State

119) Pittsburgh Steelers
Javon Solomon, EDGE, Troy

120) Philadelphia Eagles
Brenden Rice, WR, USC

121) Denver Broncos
Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State

122) Chicago Bears
Myles Cole, EDGE, Texas Tech

123) Houston Texans
Ty’Ron Hopper, LB, Missouri

124) San Francisco 49ers
Khristian Boyd, DT, Northern Iowa

123) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

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

127) Houston Texans
Matt Goncalves, OT, Pittsburgh

128) Buffalo Bills
Mohamed Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State

129) Minnesota Vikings
Isaiah Adams, G, Illinois

130) Baltimore Ravens
Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

131) Kansas City Chiefs
Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice

132) San Francisco 49ers
Zak Zinter, G, Michigan

133) Buffalo Bills
Tyler Davis, DT, Clemson

134) New York Jets
Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane

135) San Francisco 49ers
Jaylan Ford, LB, Texas

Round 5

James Fragoza’s 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Malik Nabers Pairs With Justin Herbert, J.J. McCarthy Unseats Daniel Jones

136) Denver Broncos
Javon Baker, WR, UCF

137) New England Patriots
Edefuan Ulofoshio, LB, Washington

138) Arizona Cardinals
Malik Mustapha, S, Wake Forest

139) Washington Commanders
MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

140) Los Angeles Chargers
Elijah Jones, CB, Boston College

141) Carolina Panthers
Qwan’tez Stiggers, CB, Toronto (CFL)

142) Carolina Panthers
Jordan Jefferson, DT, LSU

143) Atlanta Falcons
Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State

144) Buffalo Bills
Dylan McMahon, G, NC State

145) Denver Broncos
Tanor Bortolini, C, Wisconsin

146) Tennessee Titans
Curtis Jacobs, LB, Penn State

147) Denver Broncos
Gabe Hall, DT, Baylor

148) Las Vegas Raiders
Keith Randolph Jr., DT, Illinois

149) Cincinnati Bengals
Beaux Limmer, C, Arkansas

150) New Orleans Saints
Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah

151) Indianapolis Colts
Jalen Coker, WR, Holy Cross

152) Washington Commanders
Jared Wiley, TE, TCU

153) Jacksonville Jaguars
Isaiah Davis, RB, South Dakota State

154) Los Angeles Rams
Jordan Travis, QB, Florida State

155) Los Angeles Rams
Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon

156) Cleveland Browns
Tyrice Knight, LB, UTEP

157) Minnesota Vikings
Joe Milton III, QB, Tennessee

158) Miami Dolphins
Justin Eboigbe, DT, Alabama

159) Kansas City Chiefs
Tykee Smith, S, Georgia

160) Buffalo Bills
Audric Estimé, RB, Notre Dame

161) Philadelphia Eagles
Cedric Johnson, EDGE, Ole Miss

162) Arizona Cardinals
Logan Lee, DT, Iowa

163) Buffalo Bills
Chau Smith-Wade, CB, Washington State

164) Detroit Lions
Kitan Oladapo, S, Oregon State

165) Baltimore Ravens
Marist Liufau, LB, Notre Dame

166) New York Giants
Drake Nugent, OL, Michigan

167) Minnesota Vikings
Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona

168) New Orleans Saints
Jarvis Brownlee, CB, Louisville

169) Green Bay Packers
Xavier Thomas, EDGE, Clemson

170) New Orleans Saints
Cornelius Johnson, WR, Michigan

171) Philadelphia Eagles
Jaylon Carlies, S, Missouri

172) Philadelphia Eagles
Javon Foster, OT, Missouri

173) Kansas City Chiefs
Garret Greenfield, OT, South Dakota State

174) Dallas Cowboys
Myles Harden, CB, South Dakota

175) New Orleans Saints
Aaron Casey, LB, Indiana

176) San Francisco 49ers
Jaheim Bell, TE, Florida State

Round 6

James Fragoza’s 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Malik Nabers Pairs With Justin Herbert, J.J. McCarthy Unseats Daniel Jones

177) Minnesota Vikings
Omar Speights, LB, LSU

178) Pittsburgh Steelers
Christian Jones, OT, Texas

179) Seattle Seahawks
Willie Drew, CB, Virginia State

180) New England Patriots
Zion Tupuola-Fetui, EDGE, Washington

181) Los Angeles Chargers
Jordan Magee, LB, Temple

182) Tennessee Titans
Jamree Kromah, DT, James Madison

183) New York Giants
Daequan Hardy, CB, Penn State

184) Miami Dolphins
Hunter Nourzad, OL, Penn State

185) New York Jets
Gabriel Murphy, EDGE, UCLA

186) Arizona Cardinals
Erick All, TE, Iowa

187) Atlanta Falcons
LaDarius Henderson, G, Michigan

188) Houston Texans
Kamal Hadden, CB, Tennessee

189) Houston Texans
Nathan Thomas, OT, Louisiana

190) New Orleans Saints
Tanner McLachlan, TE, Arizona

191) Indianapolis Colts
Trevor Keegan, G, Michigan

192) Seattle Seahawks
Kenny Logan Jr., S, Kansas

193) New England Patriots
Tip Reiman, TE, Illinois

194) Cincinnati Bengals
McCallan Castles, TE, Tennessee

195) Pittsburgh Steelers
Jowon Briggs, DT, Cincinnati

196) Los Angeles Rams
Trey Taylor, S, Air Force

197) Atlanta Falcons
Eli Mostaert, DT, North Dakota State

198) Miami Dolphins
Decamerion Richardson, CB, Mississippi State

199) New Orleans Saints
Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

200) Buffalo Bills
Tahj Washington, WR, USC

201) Detroit Lions
Jalen Sundell, OT, North Dakota State

202) Green Bay Packers
Jaden Crumedy, DT, Mississippi State

203) Denver Broncos
Caedan Wallace, OT, Penn State

204) Buffalo Bills
JD Bertrand, LB, Notre Dame

205) Detroit Lions
Dallin Holker, TE, Colorado State

206) Cleveland Browns
Evan Williams, DB, Oregon

207) Denver Broncos
Ray Davis, RB, Kentucky

208) Las Vegas Raiders
Javion Cohen, G, Miami (FL)

209) Los Angeles Rams
Sataoa Laumea, G, Utah

210) Philadelphia Eagles
Isaac Guerendo, RB, Louisville

211) San Francisco 49ers
M.J. Devonshire, CB, Pittsburgh

212) Jacksonville Jaguars
Brennan Jackson, EDGE, Washington State

213) Los Angeles Rams
A.J. Barner, TE, Michigan

214) Cincinnati Bengals
Ryan Flournoy, WR, SEMO

215) San Francisco 49ers
Sundiata Anderson, EDGE, Grambling State

216) Dallas Cowboys
Demani Richardson, S, Texas A&M

217) Los Angeles Rams
Ryan Watts, S, Texas

218) Baltimore Ravens
Kingsley Eguakun, C, Florida

219) Green Bay Packers
Nelson Ceaser, EDGE, Houston

220) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Frank Crum, OT, Wyoming

Round 7

James Fragoza’s 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Malik Nabers Pairs With Justin Herbert, J.J. McCarthy Unseats Daniel Jones

221) Tennessee Titans
Charles Turner III, C, LSU

222) Washington Commanders
Eric Watts, EDGE, UConn

223) Las Vegas Raiders
Tarheeb Still, CB, Maryland

224) Cincinnati Bengals
Josh Proctor, S, Ohio State

225) Los Angeles Chargers
Sione Vaki, S, Utah

226) Arizona Cardinals
Grayson Murphy, EDGE, UCLA

227) Kansas City Chiefs
Tory Taylor, P, Iowa

228) Baltimore Ravens
Kendall Milton, RB, Georgia

229) Las Vegas Raiders
Justin Blazek, EDGE, Wisconsin-Platt

230) Minnesota Vikings
Mason Pline, TE, Furman

231) New England Patriots
Tyler Owens, S, Texas Tech

232) Minnesota Vikings
C.J. Hanson, G, Holy Cross

233) Dallas Cowboys
Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

234) Indianapolis Colts
Jaxon Janke, WR, South Dakota State

235) Seattle Seahawks
Anim Dankwah, OT, Howard

236) Jacksonville Jaguars
Bryce Oliver, WR, Youngstown State

237) Cincinnati Bengals
Ty James, WR, Mercer

238) Houston Texans
PJ Jules, S, Southern Illinois

239) New Orleans Saints
A.J. Simon, EDGE, Albany

240) Carolina Panthers
Josiah Ezirim, OT, Eastern Kentucky

241) Miami Dolphins
Qwashin Townsel, LB, Hampton

242) Tennessee Titans
Josiah Ezirim, OT, Eastern Kentucky

243) Cleveland Browns
Zach Heins, TE, South Dakota State

244) Dallas Cowboys
Walter Rouse, OT, Oklahoma

245) Green Bay Packers
Mikey Victor, DB, Alabama State

246) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Isaiah Major, LB, Florida A&M

247) Houston Texans
Michael Barrett, LB, Michigan

248) Buffalo Bills
Harrison Mevis, K, Missouri

249) Detroit Lions
Tyrone Tracy Jr., RB, Purdue

250) Baltimore Ravens
Devron Harper, S, Mercer

251) San Francisco 49ers
Kyle Hergel, OL, Boston College

252) Tennessee Titans
Jesus Gibbs, DT, Townson

253) Los Angeles Chargers
Jaden Shirden, RB, Monmouth

254) Los Angeles Rams
Devin Leary, QB, Kentucky

255) Green Bay Packers
Hayden Hatten, WR, Idaho

256) New York Jets
Will Reichard, K, Alabama

257) New York Jets
Austin McNamara, P, Texas Tech

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