top of page

2024 All NFL Draft 1st Team Offense: Caleb Williams Is QB1, Marvin Harrison Is WR1

2024 All NFL Draft 1st Team Offense

We have completed the 2023 college football regular season and are on a collision course headed toward the 2024 NFL Draft. 


Below, we have our 2024 All-NFL Draft 1st team offense. We chose these players using our internal grading system and 2023 performance. 


A quick note: Some of the following players have remaining eligibility and have yet to declare for the 2024 NFL Draft. We included these players anyway because if they do declare, they would be ranked at the top of their NFL Draft positional rankings.


Caleb Williams, USC, QB

  • Play Style/Scheme: Electrifying dual-threat quarterback adept at both pocket passing and scrambling. Suited for rollout and option-heavy offenses, comparable to Patrick Mahomes and Kyler Murray in style.


TreVeyon Henderson, Ohio State, RB

  • Play Style/Scheme: Dynamic and versatile running back, effective in both rushing and receiving aspects of the game. Fits well in modern, multifaceted offenses.


Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State, WR

  • Play Style/Scheme: Prototypical outside receiver, excels in vertical passing offenses and red zone scenarios. Skilled in contested catches and suitable for a West Coast system.


Keon Coleman, Florida State, WR

  • Play Style/Scheme: Physical "X receiver" with elite ball skills, proficient at high-point catches and combatting press coverage. Effective as a run blocker, contributing to overall utility on the field.


Rome Odunze, Washington, WR

  • Play Style/Scheme: Deep-threat receiver with reliable hands, suited for vertical passing and West Coast offenses. Utilizes a blend of size and speed for matchups.


Malik Nabers, LSU, WR

  • Play Style/Scheme: Versatile receiver, effective both inside and outside. Excellent route runner and adept after the catch, fits well in offenses with short passes and timing routes.


Brock Bowers, Georgia, TE

  • Play Style/Scheme: Athletic tight end with versatility in passing and running game. Comparable to top NFL tight ends, fits schemes valuing pass-catching abilities and red zone presence.


Joe Alt, Notre Dame, OT

  • Play Style/Scheme: Athletic and technically skilled, ideal for zone-blocking schemes. Effective in outside-zone run schemes and proficient in pass-blocking.


Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State, OT

  • Play Style/Scheme: Power-based offensive tackle with exceptional athleticism, adaptable to various schemes. Shines in power-running offenses, drawing comparisons to notable NFL tackles.


Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon, Center

  • Play Style/Scheme: Powers-Johnson is a robust and technically sound player, ideal for power run schemes.


Cooper Beebe, Kansas State, IOL

  • Play Style/Scheme: Best suited for inside zone schemes, leveraging power in confined spaces. Effective in gap/power schemes due to his pulling ability.


Zak Zinter, Michigan, IOL

  • Play Style/Scheme: Robust and aggressive in run blocking, well-suited for zone-heavy schemes. Demonstrates impressive initial push and skilled hand placement.

bottom of page