The 2022 NFL Draft has just ended, but it is never too early to look ahead. Here is the 2024 NFL Mock Draft April 29.
Note: This draft order is from current Super Bowl odds.
1. Arizona Cardinals- Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama
The Cardinals have to replenish their pass rush and Turner has had a great start to his Alabama career.
2. Arizona Cardinals (via HOU)- Marvin Harrision Jr., WR, Ohio State
Arizona gets Houston’s first-rounder next season and can take Harrison Jr. who may be the best receiver in the draft over the last few years.
3. Indianapolis Colts- Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State
Verse was eligible to enter the 2023 NFL Draft, but elected to return to school. He was a projected top-10 pick and could go even higher with a good season for the Seminoles.
4. Tennessee Titans- Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State
Taking Peter Skoronski in the 2023 NFL Draft was a smart move, but the Titans have a lot more work to do on their offensive line. Fashanu can be a premier starting left tackle in the league.
5. Chicago Bears (via CAR)- Denzel Burke, CB, Ohio State
After getting Justin Fields plenty of help this offseason, the Bears can improve their secondary early in the 2024 NFL Draft.
6. Atlanta Falcons- Caleb Williams, QB, USC
Realistically, Williams will be off the board before pick six, but it is too early to predict trades. If Desmond Ridder isn’t the answer at quarterback, the Falcons can get Williams, who is great at making plays out of structure.
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Drake Maye, QB, UNC
The Buccaneers have signed Baker Mayfield, but may be looking toward the future by taking Maye, who had a very impressive first season with the Bucs.
8. Washington Commanders- Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington
Sam Howell will compete for the job this year, but if the Commanders are picking this highly, they may take a signal-caller. Penix has a strong arm.
9. New England Patriots- Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame
The Patriots signed Riley Reiff to play right tackle, but they need more long-term answers on the offensive line.
10. Los Angeles Rams- Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia
It was rumored that the Rams wanted to move up for Dalton Kincaid. They can get a good weapon in Bowers to add to their offense.
11. Green Bay Packers- Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama
If Eric Stokes doesn’t come back to form, the Packers will need to get help in their secondary.
12. Chicago Bears- Michael Hall, DL, Ohio State
While they were able to draft some interior defensive linemen on day two of the 2023 NFL Draft, the Bears could benefit from a difference-maker like Hall.
13. Pittsburgh Steelers- Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson
It’s been a while since the Steelers have had an impactful linebacker and Trotter has all the tools to be a first-round pick.
14. Minnesota Vikings- Andrew Mukuba, S, Clemson
Harrison Smith is aging and the Vikings need to get more out of the position moving forward.
15. Las Vegas Raiders- J.T. Tuimoloau, DL, Ohio State
After getting more help on the edge in round one of the 2023 NFL Draft, the Raiders can get an impact interior player (although he has spent time on the edge as well).
16. New York Giants- Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State
The Giants have spent some draft capital on wide receivers, but need more production out of the position.
17. Seattle Seahawks- Jack Sawyer, EDGE, Ohio State
Getting more pass-rushing help should be on the docket for next season in Seattle.
18. New Orleans Saints- Connor Colby, IOL, Iowa
New Orleans will need to get better on the interior of their offensive line to improve their offense overall.
19. Houston Texans (via CLE)- Javon Bullard, S, Georgia
If Jalen Pitre doesn’t improve, the Texans could use another safety next season.
20. Jacksonville Jaguars- Calen Bullock, S, USC
The Jaguars could use another safety and help at nickel. Bullock can help them move things around in their secondary.
21. Baltimore Ravens- Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia
Baltimore needs to improve the corner position after getting Lamar Jackson some new offensive weapons this offseason.
22. Denver Broncos- Sedrick Van Pran, OG/C, Georgia
Van Pran could’ve entered the 2023 NFL Draft and been selected decently early. If he improves his stock, he could be a first-round pick.
23. Detroit Lions- Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State
After getting plenty of speed in their receiver room, the Lions can take a big target in Wilson, who is 6-foot-7.
24. Los Angeles Chargers- Maason Smith, DL, LSU
Stopping the run is something that has been tough for the Chargers for a few years.
25. Miami Dolphins- Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU
With Tua Tagovailoa’s injury issues, the Dolphins need to make sure he is protected.
26. Dallas Cowboys- Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas
If Michael Gallup doesn’t return to form, the Cowboys will need to address the receiver position.
27. New York Jets- Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas
The Jets are paying several tight ends, but none of them are solidified long-term answers.
28. Buffalo Bills- Raheim Sanders, RB, Arkansas
Buffalo needs to get a running back to take some of the pressure off of Josh Allen running the football so much.
29. Cincinnati Bengals- TreVeyon Henderson, RB, Ohio State
After passing on a running back on the first two days of the 2023 NFL Draft, the Bengals can get a replacement for Joe Mixon, as they may look to go cheaper at the position.
30. Philadelphia Eagles- Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon
The Eagles need a third receiver to really open up their offense even more.
31. San Francisco 49ers- Cooper Beebe, OT, Kansas State
Beebe has the ability to move to the interior to really help a need of the 49ers.
32. Kansas City Chiefs- Tyleik Williams, DL, Ohio State
Kansas City needs to improve on the interior next to Chris Jones.
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