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Ell’s Top 25 NFL Draft Prospects 2024

Top 25

1. WR Marvin Harrison Jr. , Ohio State

Generational talent and son of a legend. Safest pick in the draft.

2. QB Caleb Williams, USC

Consensus #1 QB, great mobility and ability to keep his eyes down field while extending the play.

3. QB Drake Maye, North Carolina

Big, mobile QB with great production and a big arm; everything you would want in a QB.

4. T Olu Fashanu, Penn State

Clean LT with great technique against all rushers, went back for another year for his degree could have been 1st Tackle last draft.

5. T Joe Alt, Notre Dame

Huge LT at 6’8 plays with good strength, technique, and footwork as a former TE.

6. QB Jayden Daniels, LSU

Tall mobile QB with a good arm and acceleration; has gotten better each year coming off the Heisman.

7. WR Malik Nabers, LSU

Great hands, route running, and strength plays bigger than his size, possession WR with #1 potential.

8. TE Brock Bowers, Georgia

Heavily used TE in pass catching situations with the speed and versality to lineup in many positions with good hands.

9. WR Rome Odunze, Washington

Big WR with #1 potential, has the size, speed, and strength you look for in a #1 WR; good in the red zone.

10. LB/Edge Dallas Turner, Alabama

Edge Rusher with good speed off the end and improved run stopping ability; may be a full time LB with edge rushing abilities.

11. DE/LB Laiatu Latu, UCLA

Active Edge Rusher with a high motor and good size, very disruptive player in the backfield standing or hand in dirt.

12. DE/Edge Jared Verse, Florida State

Edge Rusher who has a high motor and continues to get better each year working his way up from FCS Football; stayed an extra year to improve, but didn’t hurt his stock.

13. DT/DE Jer’zhan Newton, Illinois

High motor DT with good speed and athleticism as a pass rusher or disrupting behind the line inside or outside.

14. T J.C. Latham, Alabama

Huge RT with plug and play ability, good strength, and a mauler in the run game; has LT potential.

15. QB Michael Penix, Washington

Left handed QB with a good arm who can make all the throws, experienced college QB with good leadership.

16. CB Kool-Aid McKinstry, Alabama

Shutdown CB in the college game with good speed and coverage skills who can help in the return game also.

17. WR Keon Coleman, Florida State

Lanky WR with good route running, strength, and playmaking in space who is also a willing blocker.

18. CB Terrion Arnold, Alabama

Physical Safety converted to CB, willing hitter with good size and coverage skills.

19. T Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State

Tough Tackle with great strength, size, and footwork, may have to move to Guard, but starter potential.

20. CB Nate Wiggins, Clemson

Lanky CB with the speed and coverage skills to match bigger WRs and a willing tackler.

21. WR Brian Thomas Jr., LSU

Big, deep threat WR with the ability to fly by a defense despite his size; could be a matchup nightmare.

22. CB/S Cooper DeJean, Iowa

Tough, physical DB who is a willing hitter with good coverage skills and versatility, could move to Safety.

23. QB Bo Nix, Oregon

Highly experienced college QB with great leadership and good mobility coming off a lot of clutch moments.

24. LB/Edge Chris Braswell, Alabama

High motor pass rusher with good speed, size, and athleticism with three down LB potential.

25. T Amarius Mims, Georgia

Huge RT with great strength, size, and athleticism exceling in the run game with pass blocking potential.

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