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2024 NFL Draft: College Football Mid-Year Offensive All-NFL Draft Team

As we enter the back nine of the 2023 college football season, we are only a few months away from the 2024 NFL Draft season. We have compiled our mid-year college football all-prospect NFL Draft 1st team. Each player listed is eligible for the 2024 NFL Draft.

Who is the top player in this year's 2024 NFL Draft class?

It is Caleb Williams from USC at the top, followed by North Carolina QB Drake Maye, and we can debate forever who should go 3rd, but it is going to be a log jam in this spot with names like Brock Bowers and Marvin Harrison Jr. along with Notre Dame OT Joe Alt.

QB: Caleb Williams, USC (6-1, 215lbs)

The Numbers: Caleb Williams has posted 1800+ yards passing and an elite 22/1 TD/INT ratio. If he declares, he remains the projected number-one overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

RB: Audric Estime, Notre Dame (5-11, 227lbs)

The Numbers: Among all backs with at least 75 rush attempts this season, Estime ranks 3rd in the nation in yards after contact per attempt (4.37). At 5-11, 227lbs, Estime is also excellent in space, forcing missed tackles. Among backs with at least 75 rush attempts, Estime ranks 3rd in forced missed tackles.

WR1: Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State (6-4, 205lbs)

The Numbers: Marvin Harrison Jr. is playing in an offense with a new starter at QB this year in Kyle McCord. McCord has had his ups and downs and is nowhere near the level of player C.J. was a season ago, and that has shown in the data for Marvin Harrison. Regardless, Harrison has put up 500 yards and 4 TD's on the season and remains the WR1 on our NFL Draft board.

WR2: Keon Coleman, Florida State (6-4, 215lbs)

The Numbers: Coleman is a big-bodied power forward who can run fluid routes. His ability to go up and get the football is a massive reason why we have him ranked as the WR2 through the first half of the college football season. He has 6 TD's on the season, and though he doesn't blow up the stat sheet, his impact has been felt since he arrived in Tallahassee.

SlotWR1: Roman Wilson, Michigan (6-0, 192lbs)

The Numbers: Wilson is a dynamic athlete who has elevated his route running acumen in a big way. So far in 2023, he is Michigan's top WR and J.J. McCarthy's go-to receiver. He has 8 TD's on the season and has elite QBR when targeted on deep 20+ yard pass plays (158.3).

TE1: Brock Bowers, Georgia (6-4, 240lbs)

The Numbers: Bowers will be an elite NFL TE on the same level as Travis Kelce and George Kittle. According to high-ranking sources, If Kelce and Kittle were to have a baby, it would be Brock Bowers. Bowers is a do-it-all all TE. He can line up anywhere, block, and run the football if you need him to. He is elite. He leads all TE's in yards on the season with 548, and he has 4 TD's so far.

OT1: Joe Alt, Notre Dame (6-7, 318lbs)

The Numbers: Joe Alt is a known commodity in a draft that will produce a lot of outstanding tackles. Regardless of the depth, we expect Alt to be the top tackle drafted in the 2024 NFL Draft. Alt is one of the top-graded tackles in the nation and has only allowed 3 pressures on the season, according to PFF.

OT2: Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State (6-6, 333lbs)

The Numbers: Fuaga is an elite-level mauler in the run game and has improved into a near-elite player as a pass blocker. He is ranked 2nd nationally in PFF offensive grade, right behind Joe Alt.

OG1: Zak Zinter, Michigan (6-6, 334lbs)

The Numbers: Zinter plays in a diverse pro-style scheme that features a lot of different blocking schemes. Zinter is a balanced blocker in run and pass sets who has allowed only 1 pressure so far on the season.

OG2: Cooper Beebe, Kansas State (6-4, 310lbs)

The Numbers: Beebe has been a mainstay in our rankings since a season ago. So far on the season, he is grading out as the 4th best OG in pass pro and the 2nd best OG in run blocking among players with at least 100 snaps.

OC1: Sedrick Van Pran, Georgia (6-4, 310lbs)

The Numbers: Van Pran plays in a run-based power offense. He is a balanced run-and-pass blocker who can make an immediate impact in the NFL as a rookie. According to PFF, he has the 3rd highest offensive grade among OG's.


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