2024 NFL Mock Draft

Last update: Tuesday, July 25, 2023. Changes in both rounds.
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The order of this 2024 NFL Mock Draft is based on the 2023 NFL Season Previews.

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2023 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/27): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
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2024 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 7/25): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2
Other 2024 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (8/14)
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(More links to previous NFL mock drafts at the bottom of this page)

NFL Mock Draft 2024 updated July 25, 2023.

  1. Las Vegas Raiders Las Vegas Raiders: Caleb Williams, QB, USC USC
    There’s some chatter that the Raiders could cut Jimmy Garoppolo because he’s not healthy. If so, quarterback will be an option at this pick. In this scenario, the Raiders move from No. 3 to 1 to select the top prospect at the position.

    Caleb Williams supplanted Spencer Rattler at Oklahoma, then put together a massive season at USC.

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    Pick change; previously Quinn Ewers, QB

  2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina North Carolina
    Tom Brady has retired, so the Buccaneers have an obvious need at quarterback. They could be in a position to either land or trade for a top-two pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. I’d believe they’d take a franchise signal-caller.

    Drake Maye is an athletic quarterback with good accuracy and field vision. His mechanics need a bit of work, but he’s still an elite quarterback prospect.

    Pick change; previously Drake Maye, QB

  3. Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State Ohio State
    Mike Jurecki is the best team reporter in the business, and he said on Twitter that if the Cardinals obtained the No. 1 pick, they would trade the selection to a team like the Buccaneers because they’re stuck with Kyler Murray’s albatross of a contract. The Raiders make sense as a trading partner as well.

    Instead of selecting Caleb Williams, the Cardinals could look to bolster the rest of their roster around Murray. With that in mind, I can’t imagine the Cardinals passing up on a replacement for DeAndre Hopkins. Arizona can get a new No. 1 wideout to pair with Marquise Brown.

    Marvin Harrison is a 6-foot-4 receiver who happens to be a huge mismatch weapon. He was sorely missed in the college football semi-final versus Georgia when he suffered a concussion.

  4. Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams: Jared Verse, DE, Florida State Florida State
    The Rams have huge holes on their entire roster. This includes edge rusher, as the Rams sorely missed Von Miller last year.

    Jared Verse has nice athleticism and a steady motor.

    Pick change; previously Kamari Lassiter, CB

  5. Washington Redskins Washington Redskins: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame Notre Dame
    It’s hard to imagine there being a better quarterback than Slingin’ Sammy Howell, so the Redskins may want to give him some protection. They currently have a hole at right tackle, while their left tackle situation will look dicey soon with Charles Leno entering his mid-30s in the near future.

    Joe Alt is a former tight end who has moved to left tackle. He has good size, length, and athleticism.

  6. New England Patriots New England Patriots: Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State Penn State
    The Patriots didn’t do enough to improve their offensive line this offseason, so they’ll need to find upgrades next spring.

    Olumuyiwa Fashanu looks like a franchise left tackle. He is a massive blocker with elite athleticism for the position.

  7. New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints: Bralen Trice, DE, Washington Washington
    The Saints wanted Myles Murphy in the 2023 NFL Draft, so here’s another talented edge rusher to help the poor pass rush.

    Bralen Trice has been a great pass rusher for Washington. He has big upside.

  8. Houston Texans NFL Draft 2024 Arizona Cardinals: Dallas Turner, DE, Alabama Alabama
    The Cardinals have no pass rush. That’s what happens when you lose players like Chandler Jones and J.J. Watt in consecutive offseasons.

    Dallas Turner is a dynamic pass-rushing threat with immense upside.

    Pick change; previously Jared Verse, DE

  9. Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia Georgia
    The Colts could stand to give Anthony Richardson a dynamic intermediate weapon.

    Brock Bowers is an elite athlete and a mismatch weapon.

  10. Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans: J.C. Latham, OT/G, Alabama Alabama
    The Titans could go back-to-back offensive linemen. They drafted Peter Skoronski to replace Nate Davis, and they could use this pick to find someone to fill Taylor Lewan’s shoes.

    J.C. Latham has the power to start at guard and athleticism to be a tackle.

    Pick change; previously J.C. Latham, OT/G

  11. Carolina Panthers Chicago Bears: Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State Ohio State
    Here’s more help for the Bears’ front seven. Chicago lost Akiem Hicks recently, so he’ll need to be replaced.

    Michael Hall Jr. is a bit light, but he is incredibly fast off the ball and has great playmaking ability.

    Pick change; previously Dallas Turner, DE

  12. Chicago Bears Chicago Bears: J.T. Tuimoloau, DE, Ohio State Ohio State
    The Bears lost Khalil Mack and Robert Quinn recently, so they need some new pass rushers.

    J.T. Tuimoloau has flashed some great pass-rushing potential, but must be more consistent.

    Pick change; previously Dallas Turner, DE

  13. Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers: Ruke Orhorhoro, DE/DT, Clemson Clemson
    The Packers found an edge rusher in Lukas Van Ness in the 2023 NFL Draft. Here, they can add someone who can generate pressure in the interior.

    Ruke Orhorhoro has a nice frame and decent upside, and he can play in both the 4-3 and 3-4.

  14. Seattle Seahawks NFL Draft 2024 Seattle Seahawks: Jack Sawyer, DE, Ohio State Ohio State
    The Seahawks have a poor pass rush. It was shocking that they didn’t address it this past offseason.

    Jack Sawyer has flashed some big-time pass-rushing ability.

  15. Denver Broncos Denver Broncos: Jack Nelson, OT/G, Wisconsin Wisconsin
    Russell Wilson struggled last year because of Nathaniel Hackett. The shoddy pass protection didn’t help matters.

    Jack Nelson started at left tackle for Wisconsin. He could continue to play tackle, or perhaps move inside to guard in the NFL.

  16. Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers: Kalen King, CB, Penn State Penn State
    The Chargers need better cornerback play, given that they battle Patrick Mahomes twice per year. J.C. Jackson can’t be trusted after what occurred last year.

    Kalen King doesn’t have the best size, but he’s a very talented shutdown cover corner.

    Pick change; previously J.T. Tuimoloau, DE

  17. Go to 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Picks 17-32

    Sorry for cutting this into two halves; I’ve received complaints about load times and putting the mock draft on two pages saves bandwidth.

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