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NFL Mock Draft 2024: Latest Predictions as Free Agency Begins

NFL Free Agency is fast approaching, and this is the last 2024 NFL mock draft we will have before teams begin to fill roster holes with veteran additions. Unlike most mocks we have done this offseason, this version does include trades.  

Let us see how this version plays out.


1. Chicago Bears

Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Height: 6-foot-1
Weight: 215 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: The NFL Combine is over, and most of the rumors coming out of Indianapolis signal the Chicago Bears will draft a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick. Meanwhile, USC QB Caleb Williams made some of his own news at the combine after turning down medicals, weigh-ins and workouts.

Williams is far from a perfect prospect but will provide the Bears with a much higher ceiling than Justin Fields. Williams has the arm, mobility and play-making skill set to take the Bears offense to the next level under Shane Waldron.

2. Washington Commanders

Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 230 pounds
Class: RS Sophomore

Fit: Another rumor coming out of the combine is Jayden Daniels overtaking Drake Maye as QB2. I don’t buy it. The Washington Commanders made the mistake of passing on Justin Herbert in the 2020 NFL Draft. They should avoid making a similar mistake again by passing on a big-armed, physical, athletic quarterback — Maye.

The 2022 ACC Player of the Year had some struggles at the end of the 2023 season, but some of the discourse surrounding Maye is just ridiculous. He would be a slam-dunk selection for the Commanders, giving them a quarterback prospect with the ceiling to take them to the next level.

3. New England Patriots

Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 205 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: As much as I believe the New England Patriots would be silly to pass up on the quarterback prospect after trading Mac Jones to the Jacksonville Jaguars over the weekend, Marvin Harrison Jr. to Patriots smoke is picking up steam. With quarterback and receiver being two of the Patriots' most significant needs, New England should be in a great spot to pick the third quarterback or the top receiver.

Harrison is getting some “generational” praise, so New England could take the higher-ranked prospect and look to solve its quarterback issues via free agency with Russell Wilson, a trade for Justin Fields or Trey Lance or by using the 35th overall pick on Bo Nix. Alternatively, the Patriots could target a top quarterback in the 2025 NFL Draft.

They have no good quarterback options on their roster, but with how far away they are from competing, going the “bridge quarterback” route by adding Wilson, Lance or Fields just feels like the better strategy for New England.


NYG receives: Round 1 (No. 4)

ARI receives: Round 1 (No. 6), Round 2 (No. 47), 2025 3rd Round Pick

4. New York Giants

Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 210 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: If New England goes wide receiver, the Arizona Cardinals will have multiple calls from teams looking to trade up to draft LSU QB Jayden Daniels. The New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons, Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos and Las Vegas Raiders are all in striking distance, so the Cardinals can go whichever route they prefer in trading back.

After missing out on Harrison, staying within range of Malik Nabers and Rome Odunze would be the best decision here for Arizona. With plenty of draft capital in the next two years, Arizona can move back, pick up additional picks and stay in play for Nabers and Odunze.

5. Los Angeles Chargers

Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Notre Dame offensive lineman Joe Alt (76) blocks Stanford linebacker Jordan Fox (10) at Stanford Stadium. (Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-8
Weight: 321 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: We should get a better idea of the direction in which the Los Angeles Chargers go with the No. 5 overall pick soon. They have significant needs at receiver, tight end and offensive tackle.

Depending on how they handle free agency, the Chargers could go with the best offensive player available. While Nabers, Brock Bowers and Odunze are intriguing, drafting Joe Alt to solidify blocking for QB Justin Herbert is the best long-term investment for the Jim Harbaugh-led Chargers.

6. Arizona Cardinals

Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Malik Nabers runs along the sideline
Malik Nabers (8) runs with the ball as the LSU Tigers take on Texas A&M in Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La.

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 200 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: The Harrison and Kyler Murray pairing became extremely popular this offseason. However, with Harrison selected No. 3 overall, the Arizona Cardinals move back to the sixth overall pick to land another high-end playmaker in LSU's Malik Nabers.

Nabers falls in the same tier as Harrison. He offers the size, explosiveness and big-play ability that Arizona's offense lacks. It's tough to find a better scenario for the Cardinals if Harrison is taken ahead of them.

7. Tennessee Titans

Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 312 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Like the Maye discourse, I do not buy into Penn State OT Olu Fashanu's fall. With a big hole at left tackle and Alt off the board, the Tennessee Titans can turn to Fashanu as their franchise left tackle.

Fashanu is an NFL-ready pass protector with a high ceiling who should give the Titans an instant upgrade at left tackle and give them a good look at what Will Levis can be as an NFL quarterback with above-average protection.

8. Atlanta Falcons

Dallas Turner, Edge, Alabama

Dallas Turner sacks Texas A&M's quarterback
Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Max Johnson (14) attempts a pass as Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Dallas Turner (15) applies defensive pressure during the fourth quarter at Kyle Field. (Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-2
Weight: 247 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: We should get a better idea of the Atlanta Falcons quarterback outlook once we see the Russell Wilson and Kirk Cousins dominos fall. Early indications are that the Falcons will look into veteran options rather than drafting the No. 4 quarterback with the eighth overall pick.

Fresh off dominating the NFL Combine, Dallas Turner has separated himself as the first defensive player drafted in this class. Turner’s high-end athletic profile and pass rush ability are an ideal fit in a Falcons defense that exceeded expectations in 2023.

9. Chicago Bears 

Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Washington Huskies wide receiver Rome Odunze
Washington Huskies wide receiver Rome Odunze (1) celebrates a touchdown during the second quarter against the Oregon State Beavers at Reser Stadium. (Craig Strobeck-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-3
Weight: 212 pounds
Class: Sophomore

Fit: It will be fascinating to see what the Bears do with the ninth pick if the top three wide receivers are off the board. In this scenario, Washington WR Rome Odunze falls into Chicago’s lap — a perfect fit alongside DJ Moore to complement the newly acquired Williams.

Odunze proved his athleticism and competitive nature in Indianapolis a few weeks ago, putting himself into the conversation to be the second receiver drafted. While it’s more likely Nabers will be the second receiver picked, Odunze has the profile to be the best receiver from this class in the next few years.

10. New York Jets

Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers (19) runs after a catch against the Mississippi Rebels in the second quarter at Sanford Stadium. (Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-3
Weight: 243 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: This selection will fall 50-50 for New York Jets fans. As much as the Jets need to find offensive tackle help, the playmaking aspect of Brock Bowers' game paired with Aaron Rodgers adds an element to the Jets' offense that could outweigh an offensive lineman.

Bowers’ ability to impact the game as a route runner, ball carrier and overall athlete could be the addition that finally gets the Jets over the top — if they can protect Rodgers up front.

11. Minnesota Vikings

J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

Michigan Wolverines quarterback J.J. McCarthy (9) drops to pass during the second half of the Big Ten Championship game on Dec. 2, 2023, against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. (Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-2
Weight: 219 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: All signs point to Kirk Cousins leaving the Minnesota Vikings this offseason. That would create a big void for Kevin O’Connell’s offense at quarterback. There will be a lot of wild discourse regarding J.J. McCarthy, which will likely not change until draft day. McCarthy is one of the more controversial prospects in this class.

Still, his arm talent and athleticism are well worth considering a first-round selection for quarterback-needy teams. The Vikings fall into that category, and the fit with O’Connell is one of the best for McCarthy.  


ARI receives: Round 1 (No. 12)

DEN receives: Round 1 (No. 27),  Round 2 (No. 35), Round 3 (No. 90)

12. Arizona Cardinals

Byron Murphy II, IDL, Texas

Texas Longhorns defensive lineman Byron Murphy II (90) celebrates sacking the Iowa State Cyclones quarterback at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa. (Aaron E. Martinez-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 297 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: After a trade back in the top five, the Cardinals trading back up for Texas DL Byron Murphy II makes a ton of sense. The Cardinals need upgrades along the defensive line, and Murphy’s ability to dominate against the run and the pass makes him one of the best defensive players in this class.

Murphy would be an ideal fit in Jonathan Gannon’s defense and could be a piece to take the Arizona defense over the top after exceeding expectations in 2023. Murphy’s physical and athletic profile, paired with his tape during the last three years, shows he is worth the price.

13. Las Vegas Raiders

Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

Oregon State Beavers offensive lineman Taliese Fuaga (75) blocks Stanford Cardinal linebacker Levani Damuni (3) during the first quarter at Stanford Stadium. (Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 324 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: The Las Vegas Raiders need a franchise right tackle to pair with Kolton Miller. Taliese Fuaga can slide in as a starter at multiple offensive line spots. Fuaga’s nastiness, toughness, athleticism and size would go a long way in building up the Las Vegas offensive line in 2024.

There are questions at quarterback and Josh Jacobs is expected to leave in free agency, so the Raiders are officially rebuilding. Growing the team through the trenches is a step in the right direction.

14. New Orleans Saints

Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington

Washington Huskies offensive lineman Troy Fautanu
Washington offensive lineman Troy Fautanu (55) celebrates after the Huskies scored against Oregon Ducks the first quarter at Allegiant Stadium. (Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 317 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Washington OT Troy Fautanu is one of the class' biggest risers. Entering the draft as one of the best left tackles in college football, Fautanu has earned some comps to Zack Martin. Like Martin, Fautanu’s college background was as a left tackle, but his NFL future is as an offensive guard.

Fautanu should have zero issues playing left or right tackle for the New Orleans Saints. Still, his ceiling and impact could be felt more at offensive guard, where he possesses one of the highest ceilings at interior offensive line in this year's draft class. 

15. Indianapolis Colts

Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Terrion Arnold (3) carries the ball after an interception against the Mississippi Rebels during the second half of a football game at Bryant-Denny Stadium. (Butch Dill-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 189 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Because so many offensive linemen, quarterbacks and wide receivers will go in the top 12, some top-end defenders could fall in the top half of the draft. Terrion Arnold is the top cornerback in this draft class, showcasing some of the highest instincts, coverage skills and ball production.

Arnold falling to the Indianapolis Colts would be a massive win for Gus Bradley and the Indianapolis defense. It's also an excellent fit for Arnold.

16. Seattle Seahawks

Jared Verse, Edge, Florida State

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 254 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: New coach Mike Macdonald is in place, and he will have a big say in which defensive players the Seattle Seahawks target. Florida State EDGE Jared Verse is a perfect fit in Macdonald’s defense.

They have a few intriguing pieces in the secondary, with Jordyn Brooks, Bobby Wagner and Leonard Williams expected to test free agency. So, the Seattle brass will focus on rebuilding the front seven as they head into the draft.  

17. Jacksonville Jaguars

Jackson Powers-Johnson, IOL, Oregon

Oregon center Jackson Powers-Johnson
Oregon Ducks offensive lineman Jackson Powers-Johnson (58) against the Arizona State Sun Devils at Mountain America Stadium. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-3
Weight: 334 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: After announcing Brandon Scherff would return in 2024, Jacksonville Jaguars GM Trent Baalke will focus on finding their franchise left guard or center. Jackson Powers-Johnson is the ideal candidate to solidify Jacksonville's interior offensive line, as he is versatile enough to be a quality starter at guard or center. Powers-Johnson is one of the biggest risers because of his dominance at the Reese’s Senior Bowl.

The Jaguars are coming off one of the more disappointing seasons in the NFL and are just a year or two away from making Trevor Lawrence one of the league's highest-paid players. Powers-Johnson will help improve Lawrence’s protection up front and bring more consistency to the running game, helping take pressure off Lawrence’s shoulders.

18. Cincinnati Bengals

Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

Georgia Bulldogs offensive lineman Amarius Mims (65) and offensive lineman Tate Ratledge (69) against the TCU Horned Frogs during the CFP national championship game at SoFi Stadium. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-8

Weight: 340 pounds

Class: Junior

Fit: The Cincinnati Bengals have dealt with offensive tackle issues for too long. What better draft class to add a solid lineman than this one? Amarius Mims has the athletic traits and the tape to make a case for being the best offensive tackle in this class.

However, with only eight career starts under his belt, his lack of experience is a concern. Mims has solely played right tackle but should have no issues flipping to the left side if necessary. His pass protection and run blocking are near the top of the class, with his lack of college reps being one of the only negatives in his evaluation.  


PHI receives: Round 1 (No. 19)

LAR receives: Round 1 (No. 22),  Round 3 (No. 97)

19. Philadelphia Eagles

Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Toledo Rockets cornerback Quinyon Mitchell breaks up a pass.
Toledo Rockets cornerback Quinyon Mitchell (27) breaks up a pass intended for Miami (OH) Redhawks wide receiver Gage Larvadain (10) in the third quarter at Ford Field. (Lon Horwedel-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 195 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: The Philadelphia Eagles have four draft picks in the top 100, so we can expect Howie Roseman to be aggressive if players that fit their team are within striking distance. Quinyon Mitchell has flown up draft boards but could go later than expected with the top half of this draft being so offensive-heavy.

He has the size, athleticism, length and tape to battle for the class' top cornerback spot. After dominating the Senior Bowl and blowing up the combine, Mitchell has solidified himself as a top-20 player. 

20. Pittsburgh Steelers

JC Latham, OT, Alabama

Alabama offensive lineman JC Latham
Alabama offensive lineman JC Latham (65) celebrates with a cow bell in Davis Wade Stadium at Mississippi State after Alabama's 40-17 victory. (Gary Cosby Jr.-Tuscaloosa News)

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 342 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: One year removed from drafting Broderick Jones in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers return to the offensive line to solidify their two tackle spots.

Moving Jones back to his natural position at left tackle and drafting a franchise right tackle in JC Latham could get the Steelers offensive line back to what it once was. Latham is a dominant pass protector at Alabama and has all the traits to develop into a plus run-blocker. He will help Pittsburgh's offense find its identity in 2024.

21. Miami Dolphins

Graham Barton, OL, Duke

Graham Barton Duke
Duke offensive lineman Graham Barton. (Andrew Wevers-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 313 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: Facing pressing needs at center and a long-term need at left tackle, look for Duke’s Graham Barton to be a popular selection for the Miami Dolphins throughout the pre-draft process. Barton was an excellent three-year starter at left tackle for the Blue Devils, but his higher upside position is likely center, where he played his first year at Duke.

Barton does not possess any one elite trait but is a B-plus prospect across the board. He fills an immediate need at center and a long-term need at left tackle once Terron Armstead calls it quits. 

22. Los Angeles Rams

Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

Northwestern wide receiver Cam Johnson (14) tries to catch a pass as Iowa defensive back Cooper DeJean (3) defends during the first half at Wrigley Field. (David Banks-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-1
Weight: 207 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: While the Los Angeles Rams are not known for trading back, this draft class sets up well for them to move back and land a quality player at a position of need. Cooper DeJean is one of the class' more versatile players, showing he can line up all over the secondary.

He has all the traits to do the same in the NFL. The DeJean and Rams pairing is one of my favorites in this class, filling a huge need for the Rams with a top-ranked player. 

23. Houston Texans

Jer'Zhan Newton, IDL, Illinois

Illinois DL Jer'Zhan Newton
Illinois Fighting Illini defensive tackle Jer'Zhan Newton (4) sacks Northwestern Wildcats quarterback Ben Bryant (2) during the first half at Memorial Stadium at Champaign, Ill. (Ron Johnson-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-2
Weight: 295 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Murphy’s ascension up draft boards has caused Illinois DL Jer’Zhan Newton to fall slightly. Newton's inability to participate in the combine or a pro day due to a foot injury has not helped his draft stock, but his 2023 tape proved he is one of the class' more dominant defensive linemen. Newton is a rare prospect who lacks the ideal size and length for the position.

Without getting official athletic testing numbers this offseason, teams must trust the tape on Newton. The Houston Texans need a difference-maker at defensive tackle alongside Will Anderson, and Newton’s backfield production will be well received in DeMeco Ryans' defense.


DET receives: Round 1 (No. 24 )

DAL receives: Round 1 (No. 29), Round 3 (No. 92)

24. Detroit Lions

Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

Clemson cornerback Nate Wiggins
Clemson Tigers cornerback Nate Wiggins (2) smiles after breaking up a pass to South Carolina wide receiver Nyck Harbor (8) during the fourth quarter at Williams-Brice Stadium. Clemson won 16-7. (Ken Ruinard-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-1
Weight: 173 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: It is no secret the Detroit Lions are looking to improve their cornerback play. Nate Wiggins falling means a simple trade-up to land one of the draft's top cornerbacks is in play. Wiggins’ weight and frame are some of the only concerns in his evaluation.

His coverage skills and toughness will perfectly fit in with Dan Campbell’s locker room. Green Bay and Buffalo are also hunting for cornerback help, so the Lions should aggressively pursue their guy with a roster ready to compete in the NFC for the foreseeable future. 

25. Green Bay Packers

Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

Minnesota Golden Gophers defensive back Tyler Nubin
Minnesota Golden Gophers defensive back Tyler Nubin (27) celebrates a stop against the Nebraska Cornhuskers during the fourth quarter at Huntington Bank Stadium. (Matt Krohn-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-1
Weight: 199 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: Safety is one of the more significant concerns for the Green Bay Packers defense. Because they have holes at offensive tackle and cornerback, some will be upset taking a non-premium position with a first-round pick.

Minnesota’s Tyler Nubin is a top-30 player in this class and will be in line to be the best players available at a position of need. Nubin’s ball production and skills would be a welcomed addition to the Green Bay secondary, and his ability to step down and play the run is one of the many reasons he is widely considered the top safety in the draft. 

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

UCLA defensive lineman Laiatu Latu
UCLA defensive lineman Laiatu Latu (15) battles against San Diego State tight end Mark Redman (81) during the first half at Snapdragon Stadium. (Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 265 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: There are some whispers coming out of Indianapolis that Laiatu Latu’s medicals could be concerning. He had a long list of injuries to comb through, each team could view Latu's status differently.

Latu has top-of-the-class tape on the field and a high enough athletic profile to bet on in the NFL. He is only available here because of some medical concerns, but the potential reward is well worth the risk this late in the first round.

27. Denver Broncos

Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

Oregon quarterback Bo Nix throws down field against Oregon State during the second quarter at Autzen Stadium.

Height: 6-foot-2
Weight: 214 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: The Denver Broncos are involved in one of the most extensive rebuilds we have seen in recent memory. Recently, the Broncos have moved on from cornerstone pieces to build for the future.

The top four quarterbacks are off the board, so the Broncos continue building for the future by stockpiling draft picks and selecting Oregon QB Bo Nix. Nix will only be a fit for some, but he proved this year how productive he can be when placed in a timing-based offense with good design.

Sean Payton will enjoy Nix’s ability to stay on script and not turn the football over, making them an excellent fit.

28. Buffalo Bills

Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

Brian Thomas Jr. runs after a catch
LSU Tigers wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. (11) runs with the ball toward Wisconsin Badgers cornerback Nyzier Fourqurean (10) during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. (Matt Pendleton-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-3
Weight: 209 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: LSU WR Brian Thomas Jr. is one of the biggest winners this offseason after dominating the combine. Thomas, one of the most impressive athletes in this year's class, would be an ideal fit in the Buffalo Bills offense, given his size and speed. Thomas' profile should allow him to replace Gabe Davis as Buffalo's deep threat.

29. Dallas Cowboys

Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

 Arizona Wildcats offensive lineman Jordan Morgan
Arizona Wildcats offensive lineman Jordan Morgan (77) against the Arizona State Sun Devils during the Territorial Cup at Mountain America Stadium. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 325 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: One of the combine's biggest stories was the Dallas Cowboys likely moving on from long-time starter Tyron Smith. Tyler Smith is waiting in the wings, but there is uncertainty over whether Dallas’ front office wants to move him away from his All-Pro position.

Arizona OT Jordan Morgan makes a lot of sense for the Cowboys after they missed out on Barton and Mims. Left tackle, or left guard if Tyler Smith moves, is one of the Cowboys' most significant needs. Morgan has experience at left tackle, but his potential slide inside to guard makes a lot of sense for the Cowboys.

They need to improve their offensive line through the draft and add additional picks to fill other needs. Trading back for someone like Morgan checks both boxes.

30. Baltimore Ravens

Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

Adonai Mitchell runs with the ball
Texas Longhorns wide receiver Adonai Mitchell (5) runs the ball during the Big 12 Championship game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

Height: 6-foot-2
Weight: 205 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: There is uncertainty surrounding the Baltimore Ravens wide receiver room. Bolstering the unit with a first-round talent in Texas WR Adonai Mitchell would provide 2023 MVP Lamar Jackson a high-end, big-bodied, athletic freak at receiver.

There is still much to figure out with Zay Flowers’ off-field issues, and Odell Beckham Jr. will not be back in Baltimore in 2024. There's a chance the Ravens don't have either of their top receivers from last season, making Mitchell the perfect pick.

31. San Francisco 49ers

Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Oklahoma offensive lineman Tyler Guyton
Oklahoma Sooners offensive lineman Tyler Guyton (60) at the line of scrimmage against the Kansas Jayhawks during the game at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. (Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-8
Weight: 322 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Right tackle was one of the few weaknesses for the San Francisco 49ers offense in 2023. Oklahoma RT Tyler Guyton is one of the higher-ceiling tackle prospects in this class, but scheme fit, and coaching staff quality are critical for his development.

Guyton proved he can play left and right tackle at the Senior Bowl. He also has the physical and athletic tools to shine in the NFL. Guyton would be an ideal fit for the 49ers, where he could learn from Trent Williams and get a lot of help from Kyle Shannahan.

32. Kansas City Chiefs

Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey
Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey makes a catch and runs for a touchdown against Florida State during the first half in the 2023 Orange Bowl. (Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 186 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: One of my favorite fits in this draft is Georgia WR Ladd McConkey landing with the Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs. McConkey is one of the draft's most fluid receivers and showcased how great of an athlete he was at the combine.

McConkey would upgrade the Kansas City receiver room with Marque Valdez-Scantling released and Travis Kelce’s career winding down. McConkey’s advanced route running and separation skills will open things up even more for Andy Reid and allow things to feel a bit easier on Patrick Mahomes.