Building an NFL draft board is a work in progress throughout the offseason. The NFL Combine is always a significant step towards completing the process, and the final touches can be put on as players work through their Pro Days.

Here’s how my top 100 prospects look right now.

These rankings are based on my personal estimation of each player’s value, based on the assumption each prospect lands in an offensive or defensive scheme suited to his skill set.

Ryan McCrystal has the seventh-best big board over the last five years according to The Huddle Report.

He had the best big board in 2019 and third-best in 2020 according to Wide Left.

2024 NFL Draft Big Board

RankPlayerPositionSchool
1Marvin Harrison Jr.WR1Ohio State
2Caleb WilliamsQB1USC
3Joe AltOT1Notre Dame
4Malik NabersWR2LSU
5Rome OdunzeWR3Washington
6Olu FashanuOT2Penn State
7Laiatu LatuEDGE1UCLA
8Dallas TurnerEDGE2Alabama
9Taliese FuagaOT3Oregon State
10JC LathamOT4Alabama
11Byron Murphy IIDL1Texas
12Jackson Powers-JohnsonIOL1Oregon
13Amarius MimsOT5Georgia
14Jer'Zhan NewtonDL2Illinois
15Quinyon MitchellCB1Toledo
16Terrion ArnoldCB2Alabama
17Kool-Aid McKinstryCB3Alabama
18Michael Penix Jr.QB2Washington
19Nate WigginsCB4Clemson
20Graham BartonOT6Duke
21Cooper BeebeIOL2Kansas State
22Chop RobinsonEDGE3Penn State
23Jayden DanielsQB3LSU
24Roman WilsonWR4Michigan
25Brock BowersTE1Georgia
26Jared VerseEDGE4Florida State
27J.J. McCarthyQB4Michigan
28Troy FautanuIOL3Washington
29Adonai MitchellWR5Texas
30Drake MayeQB5North Carolina
31Edgerrin CooperLB1Texas A&M
32Kingsley SuamataiaOT7BYU
33Troy FranklinWR6Oregon
34Calen BullockS1USC
35Brian Thomas Jr.WR7LSU
36Payton WilsonLB2NC State
37Patrick PaulOT8Houston
38Cooper DeJeanCB5Iowa
39Tyler GuytonOT9Oklahoma
40Adisa IsaacEDGE5Penn State
41Roger RosengartenOT10Washington
42Kamari LassiterCB6Georgia
43Michael Hall Jr.DL3Ohio State
44Darius RobinsonDL4Missouri
45Mohamed KamaraEDGE6Colorado State
46Ja'Tavion SandersTE2Texas
47Jonathon BrooksRB1Texas
48Trevin WallaceLB3Kentucky
49Braden FiskeDL5Florida State
50Christian MahoganyIOL4Boston College
51Trey BensonRB2Florida State
52Bo NixQB6Oregon
53Kiran AmegadjieOT11Yale
54T.J. TampaCB7Iowa State
55Dominick PuniOT12Kansas
56Ladd McConkeyWR8Georgia
57Max MeltonCB8Rutgers
58Tyler NubinS2Minnesota
59Kris Abrams-DraineCB9Missouri
60Jaden HicksS3Washington State
61Jordan MorganOT13Arizona
62Elijah JonesCB10Boston College
63Mike SainristilCB11Michigan
64Javon BullardS4Georgia
65Zach FrazierIOL5West Virginia
66DJ JamesCB12Auburn
67Junior ColsonLB4Michigan
68T'Vondre SweatDL6Texas
69Keon ColemanWR9Florida State
70Xavier WorthyWR10Texas
71Ennis Rakestraw JrCB13Missouri
72Bralen TriceEDGE7Washington
73Ben SinnottTE3Kansas State
74Kamren KinchensS5Miami
75Jaylen WrightRB3Tennessee
76Gabriel MurphyEDGE8UCLA
77Leonard Taylor IIDL7Miami
78Chris BraswellEDGE9Alabama
79Cole BishopS6Utah
80MarShawn LloydRB4USC
81Isaac GuerendoRB5Louisville
82Devontez WalkerWR11North Carolina
83Kris JenkinsDL8Michigan
84Audric EstimeRB6Notre DAme
85Tyrone Tracy JrRB7Purdue
86Jalen McMillanWR12Washington
87Cade StoverTE4Ohio State
88Blake CorumRB8Michigan
89Theo JohnsonTE5Penn State
90Marshawn KneelandEDGE10Western Michigan
91Sedrick Van PranIOL6Georgia
92Ruke OrhorhoroDL9Clemson
93Zak ZinterIOL7Michigan
94Austin BookerEDGE11Kansas
95Malachi CorleyWR13Western Kentucky
96Xavier LegetteWR14South Carolina
97Khyree JacksonCB14Oregon
98Blake FisherOT14Notre Dame
99Ainias SmithWR15Texas A&M
100Ja'Lynn PolkWR16Washington

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2024 NFL Draft Big Board: Player Analysis

1. Marvin Harrison Jr, WR, Ohio State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Harrison wins by creating separation with precise routes, much like his father. Due to his size and ability to track the ball in the air, he’s a dangerous downfield weapon. Receivers with his route-running ability have high floors, so expect a smooth transition to the league.   

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

His hands aren’t as reliable as his highlight-reel catches would lead you to believe 一 he’ll need to clean up those focus drops on the shorter, easier targets.  

Good team fits: Cardinals, Chargers, Giants, Bears

2. Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

You can’t teach Williams’ raw playmaking ability 一 it gives him a Mahomes-like ceiling. When the play breaks down, he’s able to buy time with his legs while keeping his eyes downfield.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Can he tone down the hero ball and play on schedule? Given USC’s inept defense, Williams needed to stay aggressive at all times, but can’t maintain that pace in the NFL. Mahomes had to learn the same thing as he transitioned to the league, so it can be done, but it’s not always easy to flip that switch. 

Good team fits: Bears, Commanders, Patriots

3. Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Alt wins with a special combination of length and athleticism. Coming from a pro-style offense at Notre Dame, he should be able to start immediately at left tackle and have a smooth transition to the league.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Like many taller linemen, Alt sometimes struggles to play with ideal leverage and dominate in the run game. 

Good team fits: Chargers, Patriots, Commanders, Titans, Bears

4. Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Nabers is a dangerous weapon after the catch and can win from the outside or in the slot. He also has the speed to get behind the defense down the field. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He tends to create separation with pure speed and will need to refine his routes to continue winning against the top-tier cornerbacks in the NFL. 

Good team fits: Patriots, Cardinals, Giants, Bears, Jets

5. Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Odunze is a prototypical outside receiver who wins with a combination of size, body control, and reliable hands. His physical running style also makes him surprisingly effective after the catch.  

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Although he excels in contested situations, he could elevate his game by refining his routes to create more consistent separation in the NFL.  

Good team fits: Bears, Cardinals, Patriots, Jets, Giants 

6. Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Fashanu is a prototypical left tackle with the athleticism and size to anchor the line in pass protection. His experience in Penn State’s pro-style offense should allow for a smooth transition to the NFL. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Improving his lower-body strength would help him anchor against stronger pass rushers and improve his consistency in the run game.

Good team fits: Chargers, Patriots, Commanders, Titans, Bears

7. Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Latu wins with an elite blend of athleticism and refined pass-rush moves. He seems to have an answer for everything linemen throw at him, and he should immediately impact the game by consistently getting to the quarterback.  

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

While at Washington, team doctors would not clear him to play due to a neck injury. He missed two seasons before transferring to UCLA in order to get on the field. He also lacks elite physical traits, which might set a lower ceiling relative to other pass rushers in this class. 

Good team fits: Rams, Falcons, Buccaneers, Bengals, Vikings, Bills, Broncos, Raiders

8. Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Turner has a special blend of length and athleticism and should be able to immediately cause problems with his speed rush off the edge. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Pass rushers who win with speed in college sometimes have issues adjusting to NFL tackles who can match their first step. Turner will need to prove he has the physical strength to counter when linemen are able to get their hands on him.   

Good team fits: Falcons, Bears, Vikings, Chargers, Broncos

9. Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

When Fuaga gets his hands on a defender, it’s game over. His physical strength is his greatest asset, and he’s as nasty as they come in the run game. He can start immediately at right tackle or guard.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Does he have the athleticism to stay at tackle or will he need to shift inside to guard? Each team may have different opinions based on the structure of their offense.

Good team fits: Jets, Chargers, Steelers, Raiders, Saints, Seahawks

10. JC Latham, OT, Alabama

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Latham’s length and strength make him an imposing presence at right tackle. He excels in pass protection and has the raw physical tools necessary to develop into a top-tier run blocker.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He must play smarter and cut down on the penalties 一 18 penalties in 27 career starts is a red flag and may hinder his ability to quickly transition to the NFL.

Good team fits: Bengals, Steelers, Chargers, Raiders, Eagles, Cowboys, Cardinals

11. Byron Murphy II, DL, Texas

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Murphy is a disruptive force on the interior defensive line. As a pass rusher, he wins with a quick first step and an impressive closing burst and should immediately make his presence felt in that area of the game. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He lacks ideal size and length, which shows up in the run game 一 when bigger linemen get into his pads, he can struggle to disengage. 

Good team fits: Vikings, Broncos, Rams, Falcons, Dolphins

12. Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Powers-Johnson is a physical run blocker who will be the perfect fit on a team in need of someone to set the tone on the interior offensive line. He also plays with a wide, sturdy base, ideal for anchoring against defensive tackles coming at him with a bull rush.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Certain teams want more athleticism in their offensive linemen, even at center. He’s not as good on the move and might be vulnerable in pass protection against the game’s elite athletes on the interior defensive line.

Good team fits: Steelers, Seahawks, Cowboys, Bills, Bengals

13. Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Mims is a behemoth who flashes the ability to overpower any pass rusher unfortunate enough to enter his orbit. He also moves like a much smaller man, setting an elite ceiling for his production at left or right tackle.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Is he ready? Even the most polished rookie linemen often struggle in pass protection, and Mims has fewer than 400 career snaps in pass protection under his belt, according to Sports Info Solutions. If he plays before he’s ready, bad habits could become engrained and derail a promising career.

Good team fits: Raiders, Saints, Steelers, Bengals, Eagles, Bills, Ravens, Cowboys

14. Jer’Zhan Newton, DL, Illinois

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Newton makes his mark as an interior pass rusher and wins with a quick first step which gives him the ability to fly through gaps into the backfield.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Can he be a three-down lineman? Newton lacks ideal length and strength, and it shows up in his performance against the run. If he’s just a situational pass rusher, his value diminishes greatly.

Good team fits: Vikings, Rams, Dolphins, Chargers, Texans, Bills

15. Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Mitchell is an outside corner who has the athleticism to stick with receivers down the field and a knack for locating and making plays on the ball. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

There aren’t many unanswered questions about Mitchell’s game other than the level of competition. We won’t know for certain if he can match that level of production against receivers with NFL size and athleticism until we see him in action. 

Good team fits: Steelers, Jaguars, Vikings, Packers, Lions, Chiefs, Dolphins

16. Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Arnold has the speed and agility to recover from mistakes and stick with receivers down the field. He also displayed a knack for making plays on the ball in both zone and man coverage.   

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

His performance took a massive step forward in 2023, but he’s still developing. Savvy route runners can force him into mistakes. The traits set a high ceiling, but there could be some rough patches in the early going. 

Good team fits: Colts, Broncos, Jaguars, Steelers, Vikings, Packers

17. Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

McKinstry is a technician who rarely gets forced into mistakes. Receivers of all types have to work hard to create separation, especially when he’s in press coverage. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He gets so caught up in mirroring the receiver’s route and limiting separation that he fails to consistently turn and play the ball. That trend will bother certain coaches more than others, but regardless, don’t expect him to force many turnovers unless his approach is altered.   

Good team fits: Packers, Ravens, Steelers, Cardinals, Giants, Lions

18. Michael Penix Jr, QB, Washington

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Penix’s arm strength and accuracy downfield immediately jump out and set a high ceiling for his performance. But his patience and poise in the pocket are equally valuable, as he excels at keeping the offense on schedule and avoiding negative plays. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Multiple season-ending knee injuries are a significant red flag and forced him to play almost exclusively from within the pocket at Washington, despite his above-average athleticism.

Good team fits: Raiders, Vikings, Rams, Giants, Seahawks, Broncos, Saints

19. Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Wiggins is an elite athlete who has the speed and agility to stick with even the fastest receivers down the field. He can play in any scheme, but he’s best suited for a defense relying on man coverage. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Does he have the strength to match up with bigger, more physical receivers on the outside? He might need to add some weight and functional strength to handle those types of matchups. 

Good team fits: Vikings, Packers, Eagles, Ravens, Chiefs, Buccaneers, Cardinals, Giants

20. Graham Barton, OL, Duke

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Barton is a technician who frustrates opponents with his consistent technique 一 there are no easy wins when lined up against him. Though he primarily played left tackle at Duke, he has the body of a guard and appears to have the traits necessary to play center as well. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

A lack of elite length and athleticism sets a modest ceiling if he sticks at tackle, and a lack of dominant strength may limit his effectiveness as a run blocker on the interior.

Good team fits: Dolphins, Eagles, Lions, Steelers, Patriots, Cardinals, 49ers

21. Cooper Beebe, IOL, Kansas State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Beebe has experience at guard and tackle, but his aggressive, physical style as a run blocker makes him best suited to stick at guard, ideally in a run-heavy offense. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He’s not a top-tier athlete and isn’t as effective on the move, which will be a cause for concern in certain schemes. 

Good team fits: Chargers, Titans, Packers, Eagles, Bengals, Cowboys, Buccaneers

22. Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Robinson’s explosive first step gives him the potential to have an instant impact as a pass rusher and sets a relatively high floor for his production.  

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

There’s not much to his game beyond speed and athleticism at this point. He’s probably not a three-down defender as a rookie. He’ll need to add some functional strength and develop a plan for shedding blocks to make his presence felt against the run. 

Good team fits: Broncos, Buccaneers, Lions, Bills, Panthers, Cardinals, Vikings

23. Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Daniels’ athleticism is the trait that makes him potentially special, but he also displays the accuracy to all levels of the field necessary to win as a passer from the pocket. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Due to a lack of arm strength, he’s not going to be a great fit in every scheme. He’ll need to play in an offense built around short, quick throws and for a coaching staff capable of utilizing his athleticism. He also must learn to get rid of the ball and cut down on his troubling sack rate.   

Good team fits: Commanders, Giants, Broncos, Patriots

24. Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Wilson is a well-rounded receiver with arguably the most reliable hands in this draft class. He’s a weapon after the catch on underneath routes but also has the speed to stretch the field from the slot or the outside.  

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He’ll need to prove he has the strength to beat physical outside corners. Otherwise, he may be relegated to a role in the slot. 

Good team fits: Bills, Chiefs, Cowboys, Dolphins, Panthers, Chargers, Colts, Browns

25. Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Bowers is a mismatch weapon who should have an immediate impact on the passing game. He’s too fast and quick for most linebackers to cover, but too big for most cornerbacks. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Can he block? If he’s not a three-down player his value diminishes, especially if his blocking limits his ability to line up as an in-line tight end.

Good team fits: Jets, Colts, Eagles, Packers, Buccaneers, Saints, Broncos

26. Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Verse wins with a well-rounded game. He has the speed to beat slow-footed linemen but also the repertoire of moves to compete with linemen who can match his athleticism. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

A lack of truly elite traits probably sets a lower ceiling for Verse than some of the other top-tier athletes in this draft class. 

Good team fits: Vikings, Rams, Saints, Broncos, Seahawks, Falcons

27. J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

McCarthy shows flashes of natural playmaking ability with his mobility and arm strength. We know he’s capable of being a game manager, but the ceiling is much higher if he’s allowed to develop those traits in an aggressive passing attack.  

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He’s a tough evaluation because his natural aggressive tendencies were neutered by Jim Harbaugh‘s risk-averse offensive attack. His decision-making likely needs some work because he simply hasn’t been asked to process from the pocket often. 

Good team fits: Vikings, Raiders, Giants, Broncos, Patriots, Seahawks

28. Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Fautanu is an aggressive, physical lineman with experience at both guard and tackle. He probably fits best as an interior lineman in a run-heavy offense. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

His aggressive style can border on reckless, and he’ll need to cut down on the penalties.

Good team fits: Seahawks, Eagles, Dolphins, Cowboys, Chiefs, Lions, Ravens, Steelers

29. Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Mitchell wins with an impressive size/speed combination on the outside. He has experience throughout the route tree, but is at his best stretching the field. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

There’s very little production after the catch, so he’s probably best suited as a second option in the passing game, paired with a more dynamic weapon on the other side.

Good team fits: Bills, Chiefs, Lions, Cowboys, Patriots, Chargers, Titans, Commanders

30. Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

At his best, Maye’s arm and athleticism are deserving of Josh Allen comparisons. He can make every throw on the field and has the mobility to extend plays and put stress on the defense with his legs.   

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

His mechanics are inconsistent, which leads to too many errant throws, and he becomes easily flustered under pressure. He probably has the largest gap between ceiling and floor of this year’s top quarterback prospects. 

Good team fits: Commanders, Vikings, Patriots, Giants, Broncos, Raiders

31. Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Cooper has the size and speed of a rangy off-ball linebacker but with the length and closing burst of an edge rusher. His production on blitzes will make him significantly more valuable to a defensive coaching staff excited about tapping into that skill set. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Although he has a Micah Parsons-like skill set, he doesn’t quite have Parsons physical strength, so his pass-rush production may drop off a bit in the NFL. 

Good team fits: Vikings, Panthers, Texans, Browns, Patriots, Giants, Buccaneers

32. Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Suamataia wins with an impressive strength/length combination. He played his best football at right tackle in 2022 but also started on the left side in 2023 and could probably play guard as well. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

His technique is a work in progress, and mostly relies on pure size/length to win battles, but at just 21 years of age the development is likely to come.

Good team fits: Chiefs, Cowboys, Ravens, Steelers, Patriots, Commanders, Packers, Chargers, Titans

33. Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Franklin is a downfield weapon who wins with speed 一 think of a healthy version of Will Fuller 一 and should be an ideal number-two receiver in an aggressive passing attack. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He mostly wins with straight-line speed and lack the dynamic athleticism to be a serious threat after the catch. He may also need to add some strength to beat press coverage.

Good team fits: Patriots, Chiefs, Bills, Falcons, Colts, Giants, Jaguars, Browns

34. Calen Bullock, S, USC

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Bullock fits best as a ball hawk in the deep secondary, but has experience in both safety roles. His ability to read the quarterback and track the ball netted him nine career interceptions – and he doesn’t even turn 21 until after the draft.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He needs to clean up some tackling issues, especially if he’s going to play in the box as a strong safety.

Good team fits: Vikings, Packers, Eagles, Bengals, Rams, Broncos

35. Brian Thomas Jr, WR, LSU

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Thomas is a tall weapon on the outside who can stretch the field with pure speed. He fits best in a downfield attacking offense as a number-two weapon.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He doesn’t consistently impact the game on short or intermediate routes, and lacks the agility to be a consistent weapon after the catch.

Good team fits: Bengals, Cowboys, Bills, Jaguars, Chiefs, Lions, Buccaneers, Patriots

36. Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Wilson has a special blend of athleticism and anticipation skills, which gives him elite range against the run. He fits best as an off-ball linebacker for a team that doesn’t rely on the position to blitz often.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

An extensive injury raises doubts as to his long-term impact. He also lacks the length/strength to play a consistent role as a pass-rusher.

Good team fits: Cowboys, Panthers, Rams, Vikings, Saints, Cardinals

37. Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Paul was a three-year starter at left tackle who excels in pass protection due to an impressive blend of length and athleticism.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Limited movement skills means he won’t fit every scheme. He also needs to prove he can stay disciplined and cut down the penalties.

Good team fits: Patriots, Chiefs, Raiders, Packers, Ravens, 49ers, Lions

38. Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

DeJean plays with polished technique with plenty of experience in a zone-heavy scheme. His receiver-like hands make him a threat to create turnovers.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Despite the interception production, he actually doesn’t get his hands on the ball that often. A move to safety is a possibility to put him in position to make more plays.

Good team fits: Packers, Ravens, Chargers, Panthers, Falcons, Jaguars, Bengals, Steelers, Texans

39. Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Guyton is purely a traits-based projection with an elite ceiling based on his length and athleticism. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Oklahoma is one of the most friendly offensive schemes for offensive linemen, and Guyton only had 15 starts. We really don’t know how he’ll hold up in a pro-style scheme, so the floor is low.

Good team fits: Chiefs, Eagles, Ravens, Cowboys, Patriots, Steelers, Saints, Raiders

40. Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Isaac is a developmental prospect who wins with pure speed off the edge. He likely fits best in a scheme where he line up wide in a two-point stance to take full advantage of his speed.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He’s still developing an array of pass-rush moves, and doesn’t have a consistent counter when his speed rush is stalled.

Good team fits: Rams, Browns, Lions, Panthers, Chargers, Bears, Seahawks, Texans

41. Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Rosengarten has length, athleticism and has proven he can hold up in a pro-style passing attack as a two-year starter at right tackle at Washington. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He tends to win with a bend-but-don’t break style and would benefit from adding more power to his game to be a finisher in both pass protection and in the run game.

Good team fits: Raiders, Patriots, Commanders, Lions, Bengals, Cardinals, Buccaneers

42. Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Lassiter excels in zone coverage at reading the quarterback and putting himself in position to make a play on the ball. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Modest physical traits and poor testing numbers set a limited ceiling and call into question his ability to hold up in man coverage.

Good team fits: Colts, Panthers, Jaguars, Cardinals, Texans, Rams, Raiders, Vikings, Packers

43. Michael Hall Jr, DT, Ohio State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Hall is an interior pass-rush threat who generated impressive pressure production over the last two seasons, especially considering he won’t turn 21 until after the draft. His offseason testing numbers added credence to the elite flashes. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Though his career numbers are strong, Hall’s game-to-game production was wildly inconsistent. He also needs to add some strength to hold up against the run.

Good team fits: Browns, Buccaneers, Ravens, Rams, Jaguars, Broncos, Raiders, Bears, Lions

44. Darius Robinson, DL, Missouri

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

In another era, he would have been labeled a ‘tweener, but his ability to line up on the edge and the interior defensive line will be seen as an asset by certain teams. He has the potential to be another Arik Armstead

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Does he have the traits to be a top-tier talent either position, or does he just offer value because of his versatility?

Good team fits: Lions, Bills, 49ers, Bears, Colts, Browns, Raiders, Commanders, Cowboys, Eagles

45. Mohamed Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Kamara wins with a quick first step and and impressive closing burst, and he dominated lesser competition with an 18.5% pressure rate generated in 2023.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He lacks ideal length and will need to prove he can hold up at the point of attack against more powerful NFL tackles.

Good team fits: Panthers, Colts, Broncos, Texans, Jets, Giants, Browns, Rams

46. Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Sanders has large, strong hands which makes him a reliable pass-catcher with enough speed to stretch the field down the seam.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Although he flashes some potential as a blocker, Sanders will need to get stronger to be a difference-maker in that area.

Good team fits: Eagles, Dolphins, Browns, Chargers, Rams, Bengals, 49ers, Colts, Seahawks

47. Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Brooks makes an impact with an impressive balance between power and speed. He’s at his best running to the outside where he can turn on the jets and produce some big plays.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

He’s coming off a season-ending torn ACL, which obviously creates some doubt as to what he will look like once recovered. Brooks will also need to be more decisive when hitting holes between the tackles, as his hesitancy can lead to negative plays.

Good team fits: Cowboys, Chargers, Panthers, Browns, 49ers, Ravens, Bengals, Raiders

48. Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Wallace makes his impact with sideline-to-sideline range and an aggressive approach which leads to impact plays in the backfield.

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

His awareness in coverage is still a work in progress, and his raw athleticism won’t make up for it as easily in the NFL as it did in college. Until he can develop his coverage skills, he may only be an early-down defender.

Good team fits: Steelers, Cowboys, Chiefs, Falcons, Commanders, Panthers, Eagles, Packers

49. Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Fiske is a disruptive interior pass rusher with an impressive closing burst, but  He’ll fit best as a three-tech for a defense leaning on four-man fronts. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

A lack of ideal length and strength limits his effectiveness against the run and also leads to a lack of versatility along the defensive line. 

Good team fits: Browns, Raiders, Lions, Bills, Bengals, Bills, Texans, Bears

50. Christian Mahogany, IOL, Boston College

Where he’ll make an impact in the NFL

Mahogany is a physical run blocker who fits best in a power-run scheme. His impressive testing numbers hint at a higher ceiling he hasn’t quite reached yet. 

What are his weaknesses? What concerns do teams have?

Can he further develop the athleticism is showed at the combine? He sometimes struggled with quick interior pass-rushers in college. 

Good team fits: Ravens, Chargers, Steelers, Titans, Cowboys, Browns, Dolphins, 49ers

Fantasy Package

51. Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

52. Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

53. Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

54. T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

55. Dominick Puni, OL, Kansas

56. Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

57. Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

58. Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

59. Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri

60. Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

61. Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona

62. Elijah Jones, CB, Boston College

63. Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

64. Javon Bullard, S, Georgia

65. Zach Frazier, C, West Virginia

66. DJ James, CB, Auburn

67. Junior Colson, LB, Michigan

68. T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

69. Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

70. Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

71. Ennis Rakestraw Jr, CB, Missouri

72. Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

73. Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

74. Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami

75. Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

76. Gabriel Murphy, EDGE, UCLA

77. Leonard Taylor II, DT, Miami

78. Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

79. Cole Bishop, S, Utah

80. MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

81. Isaac Guerendo, RB, Louisville

82. Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina

83. Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

84. Audric Estime, RB, Notre DAme

85. Tyrone Tracy Jr, RB, Purdue

86. Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

87. Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State

88. Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

89. Theo Johnson, TE, Penn State

90. Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

91. Sedrick Van Pran, IOL, Georgia

92. Ruke Orhorhoro, DL, Clemson

93. Zak Zinter, IOL, Michigan

94. Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas

95. Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

96. Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

97. Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon

98. Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame

99. Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

100. Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

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