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2024 NFL Mock Draft: 7 QBs Are Selected in First 3 Rounds | NFL Draft

2024 Mock Draft 5.0 will feature zero trades and will cover the first three rounds of the 2024 NFL Draft. In previous mock drafts, I covered only the first round, and they all involved some type of trade, which centered around the several teams that need a QB.


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You can check out all of the previous mock drafts I have linked below.


Below is a round-by-round breakdown of how each player was drafted.

In my current NFL Mock Draft 5.0, there are 7 total QBs being drafted in the first three rounds, with 5 in round one. There will be zero RBs drafted in the first 50 picks. There are 18 WRs that will be drafted in the first three rounds, which should drive urgency even in a deep WR class—probably the deepest we have ever seen. The offensive line class, starting with the OTs, is very deep, and there is a lot of Day Two and Three talent for the interior offensive line.


Quarterbacks (QB) [7]:

  • Round 1: Caleb Williams, Jayden Daniels, J.J. McCarthy, Drake Maye, Michael Penix Jr.

  • Round 2:

  • Round 3: Bo Nix, Spencer Rattler

Wide Receivers (WR) [18]:

  • Round 1: Marvin Harrison Jr., Rome Odunze, Malik Nabers, Brian Thomas Jr., Adonai Mitchell, Xavier Legette, Ladd McConkey, Xavier Worthy

  • Round 2: Ja'Lynn Polk, Ricky Pearsall, Devontez Walker, Troy Franklin, Roman Wilson, Keon Coleman

  • Round 3: Malachi Corley, Jalen McMillan, Jermaine Burton, Javon Baker

Running Backs (RB) [6]:

  • Round 1:

  • Round 2: Blake Corum, Jonathon Brooks

  • Round 3: Trey Benson, Jaylen Wright, Audric Estime, Marshawn Lloyd

Tight Ends (TE) [3]:

  • Round 1: Brock Bowers

  • Round 2: Ja'Tavion Sanders

  • Round 3: Ben Sinnott

Offensive Tackles (OT) [13]:

  • Round 1: Joe Alt, Taliese Fuaga, J.C. Latham, Olu Fashanu, Troy Fautanu

  • Round 2: Amarius Mims, Jordan Morgan, Tyler Guyton, Kingsley Suamataia

  • Round 3: Kiran Amegadjie, Patrick Paul, Matt Goncalves, Dominick Puni

Interior Offensive Linemen (IOL) [7]:

  • Round 1: Jackson Powers-Johnson, Graham Barton

  • Round 2: Zach Frazier, Cooper Beebe

  • Round 3: Christian Haynes, Mason McCormick, Sedrick Van Pran

Interior Defensive Linemen (IDL) [8]:

  • Round 1: Byron Murphy

  • Round 2: Jer'Zhan Newton, Kris Jenkins, Braden Fiske, Michael Hall Jr.

  • Round 3: Ruke Orhorhoro, T'Vondre Sweat, Brandon Dorlus

Edge Rushers (Edge) [12]:

  • Round 1: Dallas Turner, Jared Verse, Laiatu Latu, Chop Robinson

  • Round 2: Marshawn Kneeland, Chris Braswell, Darius Robinson, Adisa Isaac

  • Round 3: Jonah Elliss, Austin Booker, Bralen Trice, Xavier Thomas

Cornerbacks (CB) [15]:

  • Round 1: Cooper DeJean, Nate Wiggins, Terrion Arnold, Kool-Aid McKinstry, Quinyon Mitchell

  • Round 2: Mike Sainristil, Ennis Rakestraw Jr., T.J. Tampa, Kamari Lassiter, Khyree Jackson

  • Round 3: Andru Phillips, Max Melton, Renardo Green, Cam Hart, Jarrian Jones

Safeties (S) [5]:

  • Round 1: Tyler Nubin

  • Round 2: Javon Bullard, Jaden Hicks

  • Round 3: Cole Bishop, Calen Bullock

Linebackers (LB) [4]:

  • Round 1:

  • Round 2: Payton Wilson, Junior Colson

  • Round 3: Edgerrin Cooper, Jeremiah Trotter Jr.


So, let's get after it. Here is the 2024 NFL Mock Draft 5.0, with no trades.

The 1st Round Mock Draft 5.0


1). Chicago Bears

The Pick: Caleb Williams, QB, USC
  • Team Needs: QB, EDGE, WR

  • Summary: Chicago is poised to select a franchise quarterback after trading away Justin Fields, likely targeting Caleb Williams. They also need to add a high-impact edge rusher and another quality receiver to round out their offensive weapons.


2). Washington Commanders

The Pick: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU
  • Team Needs: QB, EDGE, OT

  • Summary: With key departures on defense and offense, Washington is looking to draft a new quarterback and strengthen the edge of its defense.

3). New England Patriots

The Pick: J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, OT

  • Summary: New England is expected to select a new quarterback. They also need a top-flight receiver and improvements on the offensive line. Will they draft J.J. McCarthy, Jayden Daniels, or Drake Maye? They are a prime tradeback candidate as well.


4). Arizona Cardinals

The Pick: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State
  • Team Needs: WR, LB, CB

  • Summary: Arizona has needs at WR and will likely draft one of the top three available if they remain at 4 overall. They will also look to add LB and CB in the draft. The Cardinals are also a prime trade-back candidate.


5). Los Angeles Chargers

The Pick: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington
  • Team Needs: WR, DI, LB

  • Summary: After significant departures, the Chargers must replenish their receiver corps and strengthen their defensive line and linebacker groups. Most Chargers fans will implode if they pass on a WR. The Chargers are a prime trade-back candidate.

6). New York Giants

The Pick: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU
  • Team Needs: WR, TE, S

  • Summary: The Giants are rumored to have an interest in drafting a QB if one falls, but they also need an elite WR and will be able to draft one if they do not trade out. J.J. McCarthy and Drake Maye are the two QBs many believe could land with the Giants if they fall.


7). Tennessee Titans

The Pick: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame
  • Team Needs: OT, DL, TE

  • Summary: The Titans will look to build around second-year quarterback Will Levis by adding an elite left tackle. They have needs on the defensive line and could add a TE in the later rounds. Brock Bowers could be an option. If a quarterback falls, the Titans could be a trade-back candidate.

8). Atlanta Falcons

The Pick: Dallas Turner, Edge, Alabama
  • Team Needs: EDGE, CB, WR

  • Summary: Atlanta is well-positioned to pick a premier edge rusher or cornerback and needs additional talent at wide receiver to complete their offense. The Falcons have several needs to fill, so once again, if they are presented with additional draft capital to move back, they should consider it.

9). Chicago Bears

The Pick: Jared Verse, Edge, Florida State
  • Team Needs: QB, EDGE, WR

  • Summary: With their second pick in the first round, the Bears could further bolster their defense with an edge rusher or add another talented receiver to complement their new quarterback. Going best available edge rusher for scheme fit might not be advisable here. Trading back feels like the best option.

10). New York Jets

The Pick: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia
  • Team Needs: WR, TE, S

  • Summary: The Jets could trade back or stay in this spot. They will look to draft an elite tackle, or they can get a win-now player like Brock Bowers. They need to add secondary help eventually.


11). Minnesota Vikings

The Pick: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina
  • Team Needs: QB, G, CB

  • Summary: The Vikings have two first-round picks that they can use to move up in the draft, or they can try to hold strong and wait to see which QB falls to them. The likely scenario is that they must trade up to avoid the Broncos and Raiders trying to advance. They have needs on the offensive line and in their secondary to address.


12). Denver Broncos

The Pick: Laiatu Latu, Edge, UCLA
  • Team Needs: QB, DL, TE

  • Summary: Denver needs a QB but must pay a hefty price to move up. If they stay in this spot, they could draft Michael Penix, or they could fill other needs on their defensive front and roll the dice in the later rounds on a QB.

13). Las Vegas Raiders

The Pick: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington
  • Team Needs: QB, OL, DI

  • Summary: The Raiders are in a similar position to the Vikings and Broncos. They need a quarterback, but they must pay big-time to move up. In this scenario, they might get lucky; if not, they can fill needs on the offensive and defensive lines.


14). New Orleans Saints

The Pick: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State
  • Team Needs: OL, DL, CB

  • Summary: The Saints will look to improve the offensive and defensive line, as well as their secondary in the draft. They could use another WR.

15). Indianapolis Colts

The Pick: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa
  • Team Needs: TE, CB, S

  • Summary: The Colts might select a playmaking tight end or address their needs in the secondary with a cornerback or safety.


16). Seattle Seahawks

The Pick: J.C. Latham, OT, Alabama
  • Team Needs: IOL, EDGE, TE

  • Summary: Seattle aims to reinforce their offensive line's interior, enhance their edge rush, and possibly add a tight end.

17). Jacksonville Jaguars

The Pick: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU
  • Team Needs: CB, DL, WR

  • Summary: Jacksonville is likely to focus on their secondary and defensive line while also adding a talented wide receiver.

18). Cincinnati Bengals

The Pick: Byron Murphy, IDL, Texas
  • Team Needs: DI, CB, TE

  • Summary: Cincinnati may prioritize strengthening their defensive interior and secondary, and they could be tempted by a top tight end if available.

19). Los Angeles Rams

The Pick: Chop Robinson, Edge, Penn State
  • Team Needs: EDGE, CB, LB

  • Summary: The Rams need to rebuild their defense, focusing on adding an impactful edge rusher, a skilled cornerback, and a middle linebacker.

20). Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pick: Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State
  • Team Needs: OL, WR, CB

  • Summary: Pittsburgh's draft focus will be on the offensive line and receiving corps, with additional attention likely on the cornerback position to bolster their defense.

21). Miami Dolphins

The Pick: Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington
  • Team Needs: IOL, TE, CB

  • Summary: Miami is expected to address their interior offensive line woes, add a playmaking tight end, and possibly enhance their secondary.

22). Philadelphia Eagles

The Pick: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo
  • Team Needs: CB, WR, C

  • Summary: The Eagles will likely aim to strengthen their secondary with a top cornerback. They will also be in the market for an interior offensive lineman. They could also add a WR.


23). Minnesota Vikings (Second Pick)

The Pick: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson
  • Team Needs: QB, G, CB

  • Summary: Adding the versatile Nate Wiggins to their secondary would be an excellent option for the Vikings. They can also grab a versatile offensive lineman, Edge rusher, or IDL.

24). Dallas Cowboys

The Pick: Jackson Powers-Johnson, IOL, Oregon
  • Team Needs: DL, OL, RB

  • Summary: Dallas will focus on reinforcing both their defensive and offensive lines and may also look to draft a running back in the later rounds. They have a lot of needs, and I believe they will focus on the trenches.

25). Green Bay Packers

The Pick: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama
  • Team Needs: IOL, LB, S

  • Summary: Green Bay's primary draft focus will be on shoring up their interior offensive line. They have needs at LB and in their secondary.


26). Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Pick: Graham Barton, IOL, Duke
  • Team Needs: EDGE, LB, IOL

  • Summary: Tampa Bay will likely target an edge rusher early and look to strengthen their linebacker corps and interior offensive line.

27). Arizona Cardinals (Second Pick)

The Pick: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama
  • Team Needs: WR, LB, CB

  • Summary: Arizona's second first-round pick could be used further to address their needs at linebacker or cornerback.

28). Buffalo Bills

The Pick: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas
  • Team Needs: S, C, WR

  • Summary: The Bills will be in the market for a WR after the Stefon Diggs trade. They can also use IOL help and secondary help.

29). Detroit Lions

The Pick: Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota
  • Team Needs: S, WR, IOL

  • Summary: The Lions have long been tied to drafting the best available defensive back. They could also grab a WR or IOL.

30). Baltimore Ravens

The Pick: Xavier Legette, WR, Oregon
  • Team Needs: WR, OL, CB

  • Summary: The Ravens might be in the market for another WR. They could add another defensive back or offensive line help.

31). San Francisco 49ers

The Pick: Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia
  • Team Needs: DI, OL, LB

  • Summary: San Francisco will focus on bolstering their defensive interior, improving their offensive line, and possibly adding a linebacker.

32). Kansas City Chiefs

The Pick: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas
  • Team Needs: OT, WR, DI

  • Summary: The Chiefs will likely look for a reliable left tackle or a dynamic WR. They can also add defensive line depth.


The 2nd Round Mock Draft 5.0


33). Carolina Panthers

The Pick: Payton Wilson, LB, North Carolina State
  • Team Needs: WR, TE, C, DL, LB, CB

  • Summary: The Panthers have two picks in the second round that they can use to grab a WR, CB, LB, or edge rusher. The best available could be the best option.

34). New England Patriots

The Pick: Ja'Lynn Polk, WR, Washington
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, T, ED

  • Summary: WR is the only option in this spot if you draft a QB at 3rd overall. The best available offensive tackle is also an option.

35). Arizona Cardinals

The Pick: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia
  • Team Needs: WR, G, C, DL, CB

  • Summary: You must build the offensive line if you drafted a WR at 4th overall.

36). Washington Commanders

The Pick: Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona
  • Team Needs: QB, TE, OL, ED, DB

  • Summary: After drafting a QB 2nd overall, you better focus on the best available tackle option. A versatile offensive lineman who can flip inside as needed is another route they can go.

37). Los Angeles Chargers

The Pick: Jer'Zhan Newton, IDI, Illinois
  • Team Needs: RB, WR, TE, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: The Chargers have multiple needs to address after a mass exodus of starters, including at wide receiver and linebacker, and are likely to focus on these areas early in the draft.

38). Tennessee Titans

The Pick: Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida
  • Team Needs: WR, OL, ED, DB

  • Summary: having filled their primary need at offensive tackle with the pick of Joe Alt, Tennessee will continue to build around Will Levis.

39). Carolina Panthers (via NYG)

The Pick: Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina
  • Team Needs: WR, TE, C, DL, LB, CB

  • Summary: If they pass on WR at 33 overall, now is the time to get one. Tez Walker is a big-bodied high ceiling player who can provide instant impact value.

40). Washington Commanders (via CHI)

The Pick: Kris Jenkins, IDL, Michigan
  • Team Needs: QB, TE, OL, ED, DB

  • Summary: After picking a quarterback early, Washington will focus on adding to their defensive and offensive lines to bolster both trenches.

41). Green Bay Packers (via NYJ)

The Pick: Zach Frazier, IOL, West Virginia
  • Team Needs: OL, DI, S

  • Summary: Green Bay aims to improve their interior offensive line and might also look to bolster their secondary to support their defense.

42). Houston Texans (via MIN)

The Pick: Braden Fiske, IDL, Florida State
  • Team Needs: WR, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: Houston will likely address the needs of its interior defensive line and cornerback to strengthen their defense following significant free-agency losses.

43). Atlanta Falcons

The Pick: Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan
  • Team Needs: DL, CB

  • Summary: Atlanta still needs major improvements off the edge and at cornerback to enhance their defense, likely targeting these positions early in the draft.

44). Las Vegas Raiders

The Pick: Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri
  • Team Needs: QB, RB, OL, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: Las Vegas will continue to strengthen its offensive line and defensive interior, focusing on these areas to rebuild its trenches.

45). New Orleans Saints (via DEN)

The Pick: Marshawn Kneeland, Edge, Western Michigan
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, T, DL

  • Summary: New Orleans is focused on improving their offensive and defensive lines, as well as their secondary, through the draft.

46). Indianapolis Colts

The Pick: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon
  • Team Needs: WR, DB

  • Summary: Indianapolis is expected to enhance its receiving corps and defensive backfield, potentially selecting high-impact players early in the draft.

47). New York Giants (via SEA)

The Pick: Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, OL, DI, LB, DB

  • Summary: The Giants are likely to focus on their offensive line to protect their quarterback and boost their run game, in addition to adding a playmaking wide receiver.

48). Jacksonville Jaguars

The Pick: T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State
  • Team Needs: G, C, ED, DB

  • Summary: Jacksonville aims to strengthen their secondary with top talent at cornerback and enhance their pass rush to improve their defensive effectiveness.

49). Cincinnati Bengals

The Pick: Ja'Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas
  • Team Needs: TE, T, DI

  • Summary: Cincinnati may prioritize strengthening their defensive interior and secondary, and they could be tempted by a top tight end if available.

50). Philadelphia Eagles (via NO)

The Pick: Junior Colson, LB, Michigan
  • Team Needs: WR, LB, DB

  • Summary: Philadelphia will likely aim to strengthen their secondary with a top cornerback and improve their linebacker corps to bolster their defense.

51). Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pick: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, T, C, CB

  • Summary: Pittsburgh's draft focus will be on the offensive line and receiving corps, with additional attention likely on the cornerback position to bolster their defense.

52). Los Angeles Rams

The Pick: Darius Robinson, Edge, Missouri
  • Team Needs: QB, T, DL, LB, CB

  • Summary: The Rams need to rebuild their defense, focusing on adding an impactful edge rusher, a skilled cornerback, and a middle linebacker.

53). Philadelphia Eagles

The Pick: Javon Bullard, S, Georgia
  • Team Needs: WR, LB, DB

  • Summary: Philadelphia will likely aim to strengthen their secondary with a top cornerback. They will also be in the market for an interior offensive lineman. They could also add a WR.

54). Cleveland Browns

The Pick: Blake Corum, RB, Michigan
  • Team Needs: DI, LB

  • Summary: Cleveland will focus on enhancing their linebacker corps with a run-stopper and adding a dynamic receiver to complement their offensive scheme. They could add a RB.

55). Miami Dolphins

The Pick: Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State
  • Team Needs: TE, OL, DI

  • Summary: Miami is expected to address their interior offensive line, add a playmaking tight end, and possibly enhance their secondary.

56). Dallas Cowboys

The Pick: Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas
  • Team Needs: RB, WR, T, C, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: Dallas will focus on reinforcing both their defensive and offensive lines and may also look to draft a running back in the later rounds.

57). Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Pick: Chris Braswell, Edge, Alabama
  • Team Needs: RB, TE, G, C, ED, LB, CB

  • Summary: Tampa Bay will likely target an edge rusher early and look to strengthen their linebacker corps and interior offensive line.

58). Green Bay Packers

The Pick: Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State
  • Team Needs: OL, DI, S

  • Summary: Green Bay's primary draft focus will be on shoring up their interior offensive line. They have needs at LB and in their secondary.

59). Houston Texans

The Pick: Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia
  • Team Needs: WR, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: Houston will likely address their needs on the interior defensive line and cornerback to strengthen their defense following significant free-agency losses.

60). Buffalo Bills

The Pick: Adisa Isaac, Edge, Penn State
  • Team Needs: WR, T, DI, LB, DB

  • Summary: The Bills will be in the market for a WR after the Stefon Diggs trade. They can also use IOL help and secondary help. An edge rusher could be the play as well.

61). Detroit Lions

The Pick: Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon
  • Team Needs: G, C, ED, CB

  • Summary: The Lions have long been tied to drafting the best available defensive back. They could also grab a WR or IOL.

62). Baltimore Ravens

The Pick: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU
  • Team Needs: WR, OL, ED, CB

  • Summary: The Ravens might be in the market for another WR. They could add another defensive back or offensive line help.

63). San Francisco 49ers

The Pick: Cooper Beebe, IOL, Kansas State
  • Team Needs: OL, CB

  • Summary: San Francisco will focus on bolstering their defensive interior, improving their offensive line, and possibly adding a linebacker.

64). Kansas City Chiefs

The Pick: Michael Hall Jr., IDL, Ohio State
  • Team Needs: WR, T, DL

  • Summary: The Chiefs will likely look for a reliable left tackle or a dynamic WR. They can also add defensive line depth.


The 3rd Round Mock Draft 5.0


65). Carolina Panthers

The Pick: Trey Benson, RB, Florida State
  • Team Needs: WR, TE, C, DL, LB, CB

  • Summary: The Panthers have two picks in the second round that they can use to grab a WR, CB, LB, or edge rusher. The best available could be the best option.

66). Arizona Cardinals

The Pick: Christian Haynes, IOL, Connecticut
  • Team Needs: WR, G, C, DL, CB

  • Summary: Keep rebuilding the offensive line. Maybe go IDL or upgrade the secondary.

67). Washington Commanders

The Pick: Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky
  • Team Needs: QB, TE, OL, ED, DB

  • Summary: After drafting a QB 2nd overall, you better focus on the best available tackle option. A versatile offensive lineman who can flip inside as needed is another route they can go.

68). New England Patriots

The Pick: Jonah Elliss, Edge, Utah
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, T, ED

  • Summary: The Patriots might begin to work on rebuilding its defensive front in this area of the draft.

69). Los Angeles Chargers

The Pick: Max Melton, CB, Rutgers
  • Team Needs: RB, WR, TE, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: Targeting the best available cornerback in this round is their best direction.

70). New York Giants

The Pick: Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, OL, DI, LB, DB

  • Summary: The Giants need to find a replacement for Saquon Barkley.

71). Arizona Cardinals (via TEN)

The Pick: MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC
  • Team Needs: WR, G, C, DL, CB

  • Summary: The Cardinals have a lot of draft capital. They can go best available in this area.

72). New York Jets

The Pick: Mason McCormick, IOL, South Dakota State
  • Team Needs: WR, T, DI, S

  • Summary: The Jets can add an NFL-ready mauler to the interior of its offensive line.

73). Detroit Lions (via MIN)

The Pick: Ruke Orhorhoro, IDL, Clemson
  • Team Needs: G, C, ED, CB

  • Summary: The Lions are positioned to go with the best available.

74). Atlanta Falcons

The Pick: Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky
  • Team Needs: DL, CB

  • Summary: The Falcons can go many ways, but they still have a lot of needs to fill. In this spot, I choose the best available WR fit.

75). Chicago Bears

The Pick: Christian Mahogany, IOL, Boston College
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, DL

  • Summary: My choice is to grab a stud interior offensive lineman to bolster the pass protection and enhance the run game in cold Chicago midwest weather.

76). Denver Broncos

The Pick: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, C, ED, CB

  • Summary: Denver needs a QB but must pay a hefty price to move up. If they stay in this spot, they could draft Michael Penix or fill other needs on their defensive front and roll the dice in the later rounds on a QB. They roll the dice and somehow still end up with Bo Nix.


77). Las Vegas Raiders

The Pick: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale
  • Team Needs: QB, RB, OL, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: The Raiders add offensive line help to build around Michael Penix Jr.

78). Washington Commanders (via SEA)

The Pick: Cole Bishop, S, Utah
  • Team Needs: QB, TE, OL, ED, DB

  • Summary: I love the opportunity to draft a top safety plan for this area.

79). Atlanta Falcons (via JAX)

The Pick: Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M
  • Team Needs: DL, CB

  • Summary: LB is a massive opportunity in this area. Cooper provides versatility as a pass rusher and in coverage.

80). Cincinnati Bengals

The Pick: Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington
  • Team Needs: TE, T, DI

  • Summary: The Bengals add another WR and land one of the best slot options in the 2024 NFL Draft.

81). Seattle Seahawks (via NO)

The Pick: Calen Bullock, S, USC
  • Team Needs: G, C, ED, LB, S

  • Summary: Grabbing a safety with versatility.

82). Indianapolis Colts

The Pick: Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State
  • Team Needs: WR, DB

  • Summary: Some believe the Colts could be a prime candidate to land Brock Bowers earlier in the draft, but if they do not get Bowers, Sinnott is one heck of a consolation prize.

83). LA Rams

The Pick: Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State
  • Team Needs: QB, T, DL, LB, CB

  • Summary: The Rams need to rebuild their defense, focusing on adding an impactful edge rusher, a skilled cornerback, and a middle linebacker.

84). Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pick: Audric Estime, RB, Notre Dame
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, T, C, CB

  • Summary: The Steelers must return to their ground-and-pound background.

85). Cleveland Browns

The Pick: Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama
  • Team Needs: DI, LB

  • Summary: Why not add another WR to further enhance your offense after taking Blake Corum? Keep building around Deshaun Watson.

86). Houston Texans (via PHI)

The Pick: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston
  • Team Needs: WR, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: Grabbing a tackle here felt like the best option.

87). Dallas Cowboys

The Pick: T'Vondre Sweat, IDL, Texas
  • Team Needs: RB, WR, T, C, DI, LB, CB

  • Summary: Dallas will focus on reinforcing both their defensive and offensive lines and may also look to draft a running back in the later rounds.

88). Green Bay Packers

The Pick: Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame
  • Team Needs: OL, DI, S

  • Summary: Green Bay's primary draft focus will be on shoring up their interior offensive line. They have needs at LB and in their secondary.

89). Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Pick: Renardo Green, CB, Florida State
  • Team Needs: RB, TE, G, C, ED, LB, CB

  • Summary: Adding to the defense in this spot felt like the right play. The physical FSU corner is a great fit.

90). Arizona Cardinals (via HOU)

The Pick: Brandon Dorlus, IDL, Oregon
  • Team Needs: WR, G, C, DL, CB

  • Summary: The Cardinals continue to get great value with every pick. They add an interior defensive lineman in this spot.

91). Green Bay Packers (via BUF)

The Pick: Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson
  • Team Needs: OL, DI, S

  • Summary: Green Bay aims to add a commanding presence in their linebacker corps to enhance their defensive stability and coverage abilities.

92). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via DET)

The Pick: Dominick Puni, OT, Kansas
  • Team Needs: RB, TE, G, C, ED, LB, CB

  • Summary: They drafted IOL early, and they now add an additional tackle.

93). Baltimore Ravens

The Pick: Austin Booker, Edge, Kansas
  • Team Needs: WR, OL, ED, CB

  • Summary: The Ravens get great value at edge rusher.

94). San Francisco 49ers

The Pick: Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame
  • Team Needs: DI, OL, LB

  • Summary: Cam Hart is a physical corner who will provide an instant impact to the 49ers' defense.

95). Kansas City Chiefs

The Pick: Matt Goncalves, OT, Pittsburgh
  • Team Needs: WR, T, DL

  • Summary: The Chiefs will likely look for a reliable left tackle or a dynamic WR. They can also add defensive line depth.

96). Jacksonville Jaguars

The Pick: Sedrick Van Pran, IOL, Georgia
  • Team Needs: G, C, ED, DB

  • Summary: Keep building around Trevor Lawrence.

97). Cincinnati Bengals

The Pick: Bralen Trice, Edge, Washington
  • Team Needs: TE, T, DI

  • Summary: Cincinnati may prioritize strengthening their defensive interior and secondary, and they could be tempted by a top tight end if available.

98). Pittsburgh Steelers (via PHI)

The Pick: Xavier Thomas, Edge, Clemson
  • Team Needs: QB, WR, T, C, CB

  • Summary: Pittsburgh's draft focus will be on the offensive line and receiving corps, with additional attention likely on the cornerback position to bolster their defense.

99). LA Rams

The Pick: Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina
  • Team Needs: QB, T, DL, LB, CB

  • Summary: Grabbing Rattler to sit behind Matthew Stafford for a few years felt like a great opportunity.

100). Washington Commanders (via SF)

The Pick: Javon Baker, WR, UCF
  • Team Needs: QB, TE, OL, ED, DB

  • Summary: The Commanders get a potential steal at WR.

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