Top Ten Prospects of 2024 NFL Draft

These are the best NFL draft prospects who will be available in the 2024 NFL draft.
The Top Ten
1 Marvin Harrison Jr

After finishing off an incredible career at Ohio State, where he won a Biletnikoff Award and Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year during his tenure, Harrison is widely seen as the consensus number-one wide receiver in the NFL draft. His dominance on the field in college combined with his athleticism for his size make him an intriguing pick and someone who almost seems like a lock to continue to produce at the pro level.

2 Caleb Williams

After winning the Heisman during the 2022-23 season, the hype around Caleb Williams was astronomical. While he did not perform to quite the same level in 2023-24, his hype levels are still incredibly high. While he did not participate in the combine, he is still widely regarded as the best prospect in the draft and the best quarterback that a team in need wouldn't have second thoughts about drafting pre-draft.

3 Brock Bowers

Brock Bowers, possibly the best tight end prospect in quite a while, comes off a tenure at Georgia where he absolutely dominated the competition, leading the team in receiving for the past three seasons and winning two national championships in the process. He is a fantastic pass catcher, and this combined with his agility will most definitely make him someone you won't want to guard in the NFL.

4 Jayden Daniels

Jayden Daniels, the reigning Heisman winner, showed us that he has no absence of talent within his game. Passing for nearly 4,000 yards and 40 touchdowns this year, compared to only 4 interceptions, Daniels almost certainly cemented himself as a first-round pick, quite possibly a top-ten pick as well. Despite being described as lacking size and arm talent by many analysts, his athleticism and passing acumen shine through.

5 Dallas Turner

Dallas Turner is, without a fraction of a doubt, the best edge rusher in the draft. Coming up with 28 tackles and 10 sacks this past season with Alabama, Turner showed why he was a consensus five-star recruit coming out of high school. His incredible explosiveness and strength, fitting into a relatively lean frame, are tantalizing for any NFL team that needs a little help off the edge.

6 Malik Nabers

One of the most intriguing players in this year's NFL draft, Malik Nabers' explosiveness was on full display this past season at LSU. Racking up over 1,500 yards and 14 touchdowns, Nabers showed off explosive speed, granted, with Heisman winner Jayden Daniels at quarterback.

Whoever drafts him will be getting an incredibly fast player with tons of potential.

7 Joe Alt

Joe Alt, over the course of his career at Notre Dame, showed us that he has incredible prowess as an offensive tackle. Standing at 6'9 and over 300 pounds, with a slew of awards he has received over his tenure, Alt has shown that he has both the size and the drive to be a successful offensive lineman in the NFL.

8 Rome Odunze

In this past season with Washington, Rome Odunze shone as he took a step toward a new level, catching 92 passes for 1,640 yards and 13 touchdowns. Behind a spectacular season with few flaws besides mentions of his immediate explosiveness off the line, his draft stock has exploded. Touting Odunze's awareness on the field and his excellent route-running skills as reasons for him to be a top-10 pick, he can definitely be a major player for any NFL offense that wants to draft him.

9 Cooper DeJean

Cooper DeJean, a cornerback out of Iowa, put on a clinic for the Hawkeyes' defense over his career at Iowa, totaling 7 interceptions and 13 pass deflections. He is easily one of the most freakish athletes on the defensive side of the ball, making him a tantalizing pick for any team that has the opportunity to draft him. The major issue for Cooper DeJean was his injury this past season, which seems to have hindered his draft stock due to him missing the combine.

10 Drake Maye

On a college-level UNC team that stunk, Drake was the one main bright spot.

The Contenders
11 Olu Fashanu
12 JC Latham
13 Byron Murphy II

Byron Murphy II, a defensive tackle for Texas, tore up the opposition during Texas' season, finishing the season with 29 total tackles and 5 sacks. He was an impressive and integral part of the Longhorn defense. His strength, explosiveness, and defensive IQ are impressive and only help to raise his draft stock. Despite his small frame, his drive illustrates why any NFL team that has the opportunity to draft him most definitely would.

14 Michael Penix Jr.

I think Penix could be underrated and potentially good in the NFL.

15 Laiatu Latu
16 J.J. McCarthy
17 Taliese Fuaga
18 Brian Thomas Jr.
19 Terrion Arnold
20 Quinyon Mitchell
21 Edgerrin Cooper
22 Jackson Powers-Johnson
23 Bo Nix
24 Jared Verse
25 Chop Robinson
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