Brendan Donahue, the #1 most accurate mock drafter over the past five NFL seasons according to The Huddle Report, gives you his 2024 NFL Mock Draft — making predictions for every team and every pick in the first round. 

2024 NFL Mock Draft

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1BearsCaleb WilliamsQBUSC
2CommandersJayden DanielsQBLSU
3PatriotsDrake MayeQBNorth Carolina
4CardinalsMarvin Harrison Jr.WROhio St.
5Vikings - TRADEJ.J. McCarthyQBMichigan
6GiantsMalik NabersWRLSU
7TitansJoe AltOTNotre Dame
8FalconsDallas TurnerEDGEAlabama
9BearsRome OdunzeWRWashington
10JetsBrock BowersTEGeorgia
11Chargers - TRADEJC LathamOTAlabama
12Commanders - TRADEOlu FashanuOTPenn State
13RaidersTerrion ArnoldCBAlabama
14SaintsTaliese FuagaOTOregon State
15ColtsQuinyon MitchellCBToledo
16SeahawksTroy FautanuOLWashington
17JaguarsCooper DeJeanCBIowa
18BengalsByron Murphy IIDLTexas
19RamsLaiatu LatuEDGEUCLA
20SteelersAmarius MimsOTGeorgia
21Cardinals - TRADEJared VerseEDGEFlorida State
22Bills - TRADEBrian Thomas Jr.WRLSU
23Chargers - TRADEAdonai MitchellWRTexas
24CowboysTyler GuytonOTOklahoma
25PackersGraham BartonOLDuke
26BuccaneersChop RobinsonEDGEPenn State
27Dolphins - TRADEJer'Zhan NewtonDLIllinois
28Eagles - TRADENate WigginsCBClemson
29LionsKool-Aid McKinstryCBAlabama
30RavensJordan MorganOLArizona
31Raiders - TRADEMichael Penix Jr.QBWashington
32ChiefsLadd McConkeyWRGeorgia

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2024 NFL Mock Draft: Pick Analysis

1. Chicago Bears: Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Caleb Williams only had one official visit and is -10000 at BetMGM to be the first overall selection.

This pick is all but a certainty at this point. The draft really begins with the second pick.

Who calls the shots in the Bears draft room?

GM Ryan Poles (third year) has final say over roster construction. Poles was previously with the Chiefs, working under GM Brett Veach as Director of Player Personnel.

2. Washington Commanders: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

On the “Trap or Dive” podcast, Adam Schefter said that putting all the pieces together he’s gathered during the draft process, he believes Jayden Daniels will be the pick for Washington as of right now.

He went on to suggest that fans could start buying the jerseys, which is a much bolder statement.

Daniels to be the second overall selection is currently favored at -165 on BetMGM.

McCarthy’s odds on BetMGM have plummeted from +2500 all the way down to +450 to be the second overall pick in the past week.

Who calls the shots in the Commanders draft room?

GM Adam Peters (first year) has final say over the personnel decisions. He joins the team after seven years with the 49ers, most recently as John Lynch’s Assistant GM. He previously served as the Broncos’ Director of College Scouting under John Elway. HC Dan Quinn will likely have significant input in selecting defensive players, as he’s always had strong preferences on who fits his scheme.

3. New England Patriots: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

The Patriots have a projected win total of just five games next year, with a new head coach, offensive coordinator, and defensive coordinator, so they are not exactly in win-now mode.

This allows them to take a swing on the quarterback who may have the highest ceiling in the draft if developed properly.

Maye to be the third pick in the draft is favored at -110 on BetMGM.

Who calls the shots in the Patriots draft room?

The Patriots have not hired a general manager to take over for Bill Belichick, who held those duties throughout his tenure. That appears to leave Eliot Wolf in control of the roster. Alonzo Highsmith, who worked with Wolf in Green Bay, was also hired this offseason to play a significant role. Matt Groh, who has been in the team’s scouting department for 14 years, will also have a say in the process.

4. Arizona Cardinals: Marvin Harrison Jr, WR, Ohio State

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina (Vikings)

With 11 total picks in this draft already including three in the top 35, it’s hard to see Arizona trading down unless they can concurrently pull off a second trade to move back up as they don’t want to miss out on one of the elite receivers.

Harrison Jr. is favored to be the fourth pick at -200.

Who calls the shots in the Cardinals draft room?

GM Monti Ossenfort (second year) likely has final say over the Cardinals roster, though the team has not officially confirmed this. Ossenfort is a former Director of College Scouting (Patriots) and Director of Player Personnel (Titans), and his Assistant GM is former Lions Director of College Scouting Dave Sears.

TRADE: 5. Minnesota Vikings: J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Marvin Harrison Jr, WR, Ohio State (Cardinals)

Based on the Pro Football Reference trade value chart, the two first-round picks that Minnesota currently holds at 11 and 23 can get them to five.

This seems like the more likely scenario as the Vikings will want to get in front of the Giants.

The Vikings to be the team to draft McCarthy is favored at +115, and McCarthy to be selected 5th overall is +400 on BetMGM.

Who calls the shots in the Vikings draft room?

GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah (third year) has final say over the roster. He has a background in analytics and previously worked under Andrew Berry in Cleveland. Since Adofo-Mensah’s background is not in scouting, Director of College Scouting Mike Sholiton likely plays a significant role in the draft.

6. New York Giants: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

The Giants have already met with the top three consensus receivers in the draft including Malik Nabers, who may be WR1 on some draft boards.

After some recent comments Nabers made regarding the current situation at quarterback for the Giants, his odds have moved to +160 from +130 to be the sixth overall pick, but his talent is too good to pass up.

Who calls the shots in the Giants draft room?

GM Joe Schoen (third year) has final say over roster decisions. He spent the previous five seasons as the Assistant GM to Brandon Beane in Buffalo.

7. Tennessee Titans: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

If Alt is off the board, the Titans could go in several directions here including a trade down.

But if he is still available, this feels like a run the card to the board situation.

Alt is the consensus top offensive lineman in the draft and is -350 to be the first one selected.

Who calls the shots in the Titans draft room?

GM Ran Carthon (second year) has final say over the roster. Carthon was previously the 49ers’ Director of Player Personnel. Director of College Scouting Jon Salge (eighth year) will likely be heavily involved as well. The firing of Mike Vrabel was perceived to be due to, at least in part, a clash with Carthon over roster construction. The hiring of first-year HC Brian Callahan likely gives more control to Carthon.

8. Atlanta Falcons: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

The Falcons are also in a spot where they may trade down and are in a valuable spot just ahead of Chicago for a team that may want to jump them for the third receiver in the draft.

I think that scenario is more likely if Malik Nabers is still on the board, so in this case they stay and take Turner, who is favored to be the first defensive player drafted at +115.

Who calls the shots in the Falcons draft room?

GM Terry Fontenot (third year) has final say over the roster and may actually have more control than in the previous two seasons as Fontenot now reports directly to owner Arthur Blank. CEO Rich McKay (Atlanta’s former GM) is no longer involved in day-to-day football operations.

9. Chicago Bears: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

If the draft does shake out like this, the Bears will feel very fortunate not to have given up any additional draft capital and still land Odunze.

However, if all three receivers are gone, Chicago becomes another trade down candidate with only four picks in this draft.

Odunze to be selected in the top 10 is -1600.

10. New York Jets: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

If New York believes in their recent acquisitions of Tyron Smith and Morgan Moses, then a pass catcher should be the pick here.

Bowers just had an official visit with the Jets, who are currently the heavy favorite to draft Bowers at +150 with the Colts second at +400.

Who calls the shots in the Jets draft room?

GM Joe Douglas (sixth year) has final say over personnel decisions.

TRADE: 11. Los Angeles Chargers: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

Latham has been referred to as the best right tackle in the draft, and this allows the Chargers to put him in his natural position instead of trying to convert a left tackle over to right.

The Chargers staff went to the Alabama Pro Day and reportedly spent a lot of time with him working on drills.

Offensive lineman to be the first position selected by the Chargers is favored at -140.

Who calls the shots in the Chargers draft room?

It’s unclear who has the final say over the roster, though it is assumed that power belongs to Harbaugh (first year). However, the draft will likely be run primarily by GM Joe Hortiz (first year), who was the Ravens’ longtime Director of College Scouting and, most recently, their Director of Player Personnel.

TRADE: 12. Washington Commanders: Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon (Broncos)

I have been trying to find a trade partner for Denver that makes sense for both teams, and think I finally found one.

Washington holds picks 34, 40, and 100, which per the trade value chart can get them to 12 without having to give up any future draft capital.

So Washington lands their franchise quarterback and franchise left tackle while Denver goes back into a more reasonable range for their rumored preferred target in Bo Nix while picking up two additional top 100 picks.

13. Las Vegas Raiders: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Head coach Antonio Pierce has met with Arnold multiple times during the draft process, and the Raiders to take a defensive back with their first pick is +180.

Who calls the shots in the Raiders draft room?

GM Tom Telesco (first year) has final say over the roster. He previously spent 11 years in the same role with the Chargers.

14. New Orleans Saints: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Andrus Peat is expected to leave via free agency, there are reports that Ryan Ramcyzk may miss the season with a knee injury, and former first-round pick Trevor Penning struggled at left tackle so much last season to the point that he got benched.

The Saints to select an offensive lineman with their first pick has moved from -200 at the time of my last mock to -300 now.

Who calls the shots in the Saints draft room?

GM Mickey Loomis likely has final say, though the power dynamic has been unclear since the departure of Sean Payton (who previously had final say). Since Loomis does not have a background in scouting, Assistant GM and Director of College Personnel Jeff Ireland likely has substantial input in the draft.

15. Indianapolis Colts: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

The Colts are meeting with Malik Nabers, but it’s hard to see them pulling off a trade to move up to get him unless he falls past No. 6 overall.

In this scenario, they stay put and take their biggest need, which is in the secondary.

Cornerback is +125 to be the first position selected by the Colts.

Who calls the shots in the Colts draft room?

GM Chris Ballard (eighth year) has final say over roster construction.

16. Seattle Seahawks: Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

This is a pick that has been consistent throughout all of the versions of the mock as it’s one of the best matches of talent and need.

The Athletic’s Dane Brugler has Fautanu ranked as his OG1 and his ninth prospect overall in the draft.

Offensive lineman to be first position selected by Seattle is -165.

Who calls the shots in the Seahawks draft room?

GM John Schneider is entering his 15th year in this role, but it will be his first with final say over the roster since Pete Carroll previously held that power. Schneider does not have a background in college scouting, so Senior Director of Player Personnel Matt Berry and Director of College Scouting Aaron Hineline likely have strong voices in the draft room.

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17. Jacksonville Jaguars: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

Dejean had a very impressive workout which included a 4.43 40 and earned him a 9.89 RAS, which is the highest score of all the top cornerbacks in this draft.

Cornerback to be the first position selected by Jacksonville is favored at -165.

Who calls the shots in the Jaguars draft room?

GM Trent Baalke (fourth year) and HC Doug Pederson (second year) supposedly share control of the roster. The Jaguars have not publicly stated who has the final say, although it’s likely Baalke considering he participated in the hiring of Pederson and has a background in scouting.

18. Cincinnati Bengals: Byron Murphy II, DL, Texas

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

After losing D.J. Reader via free agency, the Bengals need to address their defensive line in this draft, and a good place to start is with the consensus top defensive tackle in the class.

Defensive lineman to be the first position selected by Cincinnati is +400.

Who calls the shots in the Bengals draft room?

Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin has final say over roster construction.

19. Los Angeles Rams: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Byron Murphy II, DL, Texas

Tony Pauline has reported that the Rams specifically have medically cleared Latu.

If they deem his medical concerns behind him, taking the local product whom many consider a top-10 talent here at 19 would be a good value for Les Snead and the Rams.

Defensive lineman is favored at -165 to be the first position selected by Los Angeles.

Who calls the shots in the Rams draft room?

GM Les Snead (13th year) has final say over personnel decisions.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

The Steelers hosted Mims for a pre-draft workout after already meeting with him at the Combine and attending his Pro Day.

Coach Mike Tomlin usually meets with the prospects that they end up selecting in the first round.

Offensive lineman to be the first position selected by Pittsburgh has moved from -125 to -350 since my last mock.

Who calls the shots in the Steelers draft room?

GM Omar Khan (second year) took over last year from Kevin Colbert, who ran the team for 23 years. Khan likely has final say over the roster, though it is a collaborative effort with Assistant GM Andy Weidl (second year) and Mike Tomlin. Khan has been with Pittsburgh since 2001, but his background is in the administrative side of the team. Weidl joined the team from the Eagles, where he was Vice President of Player Personnel and has extensive experience in scouting.

TRADE: 21. Arizona Cardinals: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU (Panthers)

Arizona moves up from the 27th pick to address their defense, which ranked last in the league in DVOA.

Their pass rush only generated 33 total sacks last season, which was the third-fewest in the league.

The projected trade based on trade value would be picks 27, 104, and 138 for the 21st pick.

TRADE: 22. Buffalo Bills: Brian Thomas Jr, WR, LSU

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA (Eagles)

If Brian Thomas Jr. does start to fall into this range, it would make sense for Buffalo, who just shipped out their WR1 in Stefon Diggs, to put together a package to move up and secure him.

Josh Allen recently listed Thomas as the next best WR in the draft after the top three on “The QB Room” podcast.

Buffalo to select a wide receiver with their first selection is favored at -285.

Who calls the shots in the Bills draft room?

GM Brandon Beane (eighth year) officially has final say over the roster, but HC Sean McDermott’s opinion is believed to carry equal weight. McDermott and Beane were hired together in 2017 and also worked together for six seasons in Carolina.

TRADE: 23. Los Angeles Chargers: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State (Cardinals)

The Chargers move down from five and are able to pick up a starting right tackle at 11 and now a high ceiling wide receiver who had only a 1.7% drop rate.

Just as if not more important for coach Jim Harbaugh, he’s a good run blocker as well.

With the Chargers addressing their two biggest needs on offense in the first round, this allows them to target defense in the next few rounds to help improve a unit that ranked 26th in DVOA last season.

24. Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Offensive line is a priority for Dallas.

The Cowboys met with Guyton at the Combine and then sent their offensive line coaches to the Oklahoma Pro Day on March 12th.

Offensive lineman to be the first position selected by the Cowboys is the heavy betting favorite at -175.

Who calls the shots in the Cowboys draft room?

Director of Player Personnel Stephen Jones effectively acts as the general manager with significant input from VP of Player Personnel Will McClay. Obviously, owner Jerry Jones has been known to step in and make decisions as well.

25. Green Bay Packers: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

The Packers haven’t selected an offensive lineman in the first round in 13 years, but their current roster construction could break that streak.

Grham Barton does fit a lot of the qualities they do look for in an early-round pick, including an incredible 9.99 RAS.

Offensive lineman to be the first position selected by Green Bay is favored at -125.

Who calls the shots in the Packers draft room?

GM Brian Gutekunst (sixth year) has final say over the roster, but Gutekunst, Director of Football Operations Russ Ball, and HC Matt LaFleur all report directly to President/CEO Mark Murphy. This structure theoretically gives more personnel influence to Ball and LaFleur than if they reported directly to the GM, as most front offices are organized.

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

Tampa’s big offseason signings were retaining Baker Mayfield and Mike Evans on offense and franchise tagging Antoine Winfield on defense.

They did not bring much in outside of the organization and did nothing to improve their pass rush.

Robinson recorded a 1.54 10-yard split, which was the fastest ever at the combine for an edge player weighing at least 250 pounds.

He would be an ideal fit as an EDGE in their 3-4 scheme.

The Buccaneers to select a defensive lineman with their first selection is favored at +185.

Who calls the shots in the Buccaneers draft room?

GM Jason Licht (11th year) has final say over the roster.

TRADE: 27. Miami Dolphins: Jer’Zhan Newton, DL, Illinois

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas (Chargers)

With the Dolphins only having six picks in the draft and none in the 3rd or 4th rounds, they can recoup some picks by moving down six spots and still address a major need along their defensive line with the loss of Christian Wilkins via free agency.

Defensive tackle is quickly becoming one of the highest-paid positions in the NFL.

Miami to draft a defensive lineman with their first selection is +200.

Who Calls the Shots in the Dolphins Draft Room?

GM Chris Grier (eighth year) has final say over personnel decisions but accepts significant input from Mike McDaniel.

TRADE: 28. Philadelphia Eagles: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia (Bills)

GM Howie Roseman has traded the Eagles’ first pick in seven of the last 10 drafts.

Per the trade value chart, Philadelphia would acquire picks 28, 134, and a 2025 third-round pick for the 22nd pick.

Then at 28, they can still get arguably the best cover corner in the draft to help the 29th-ranked defense per DVOA in 2023.

Philadelphia to select a cornerback with their first pick is +180.

Who calls the shots in the Eagles draft room?

GM Howie Roseman (13th year) has final say over the roster. Roseman has held the title of General Manager and/or Executive Vice President of Football Operations since 2010. However, he did not control the roster during Andy Reid‘s and Chip Kelly’s tenures. Roseman gained full control of personnel decisions in 2016.

29. Detroit Lions: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

Running a 4.47 40-yard dash at his Pro Day with a Jones fracture in his foot sounds like a Dan Campbell type of player already.

Add in the recent release of Cam Sutton, and cornerback now moves back up the list of priorities for Detroit.

After hitting on Brian Branch in last year’s draft, the Lions can reunite him with his former partner in the Alabama secondary.

Cornerback is favored at +130 to be the first position selected by the Lions.

Who calls the shots in the Lions draft room?

GM Brad Holmes (fourth year) has final say over personnel decisions. Holmes was a longtime Director of College Scouting with the Rams before joining Detroit, and managing the draft is his strength.

30. Baltimore Ravens: Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona

With Kevin Zeitler signing with Detroit and Morgan Moses being traded to the Jets, Baltimore currently has needs at both guard positions and right tackle.

Jordan Morgan played left tackle at Arizona, and most teams feel he can move over to right tackle or even kick inside to guard in the NFL.

Guard is where Dane Brugler lists him and has him rated as OG2 in the class.

Ravens to select an offensive lineman with their first selection is -220.

Who calls the shots in the Ravens draft room?

GM Eric DeCosta (sixth year as GM, 27th year in the organization) controls roster construction and has maintained a similar approach to his former boss Ozzie Newsome.

TRADE: 31. Las Vegas Raiders: Michael Penix Jr, QB, Washington

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson (49ers)

The Raiders have made it known they would like to find a long-term solution at the quarterback position and have specifically done a lot of homework on Penix including a top-30 visit.

The projected trade is picks 44 and 77 for 31 and 124.

The Raiders are favored at +375 to select Penix.

32. Kansas City Chiefs: Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

Previous selection in Mock Draft 3.0: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

With more information coming out about the Rashee Rice situation, it seems his legal troubles might be an issue that Kansas City will have to plan for.

McConkey gives them flexibility by being able to play outside or lineup in the slot as he did on 26% of the snaps last season at Georgia.

Kansas City to select a wide receiver with their first selection is favored at -110.

Who calls the shots in the Chiefs draft room?

GM Brett Veach (eighth year) officially has final say over the roster, but Andy Reid’s opinion carries significant weight. The two have worked together since Reid hired Veach as a coaching intern in 2004, and Veach followed Reid to Kansas City in 2013.

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3.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (April 2)

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1BearsCaleb WilliamsQBUSC
2CommandersJ.J. McCarthyQBMichigan
3PatriotsJayden DanielsQBLSU
4Vikings - TRADEDrake MayeQBNorth Carolina
5Cardinals - TRADEMarvin Harrison Jr.WROhio St.
6GiantsMalik NabersWRLSU
7TitansJoe AltOTNotre Dame
8FalconsDallas TurnerEDGEAlabama
9BearsRome OdunzeWRWashington
10JetsBrock BowersTEGeorgia
11Chargers - TRADETaliese FuagaOTOregon State
12BroncosBo NixQBOregon
13RaidersTerrion ArnoldCBAlabama
14SaintsOlu FashanuOTPenn State
15ColtsQuinyon MitchellCBToledo
16SeahawksTroy FautanuOLWashington
17JaguarsCooper DeJeanCBIowa
18BengalsJC LathamOTAlabama
19RamsByron Murphy IIDLTexas
20SteelersAmarius MimsOTGeorgia
21Panthers - TRADEBrian Thomas Jr.WRLSU
22EaglesLaiatu LatuEDGEUCLA
23Cardinals - TRADEJared VerseEDGEFlorida State
24CowboysTyler GuytonOTOklahoma
25PackersGraham BartonOLDuke
26BuccaneersChop RobinsonEDGEPenn State
27Chargers - TRADEAdonai MitchellWRTexas
28BillsLadd McConkeyWRGeorgia
29LionsKool-Aid McKinstryCBAlabama
30RavensJordan MorganOTArizona
3149ersNate WigginsCBClemson
32ChiefsKingsley SuamataiaOTBYU

2.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (March 19)

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1BearsCaleb WilliamsQBUSC
2CommandersJayden DanielsQBLSU
3PatriotsDrake MayeQBNorth Carolina
4Vikings - TRADEJ.J. McCarthyQBMichigan
5Cardinals - TRADEMarvin Harrison Jr.WROhio St.
6GiantsMalik NabersWRLSU
7TitansJoe AltOTNotre Dame
8FalconsDallas TurnerEDGEAlabama
9BearsRome OdunzeWRWashington
10JetsBrock BowersTEGeorgia
11Chargers - TRADETaliese FuagaOTOregon State
12BroncosBo NixQBOregon
13RaidersJC LathamOTAlabama
14SaintsOlu FashanuOTPenn State
15ColtsTerrion ArnoldCBAlabama
16SeahawksTroy FautanuOLWashington
17JaguarsQuinyon MitchellCBToledo
18BengalsAmarius MimsOTGeorgia
19RamsByron Murphy IIDLTexas
20SteelersBrian Thomas Jr.WRLSU
21DolphinsJer'Zhan NewtonDLIllinois
22EaglesJackson Powers-JohnsonIOLOregon
23Cardinals - TRADEJared VerseEDGEFlorida State
24CowboysTyler GuytonOTOklahoma
25PackersCooper DeJeanCBIowa
26BuccaneersChop RobinsonEDGEPenn State
27Chargers - TRADEAdonai MitchellWRTexas
28BillsLadd McConkeyWRGeorgia
29LionsLaiatu LatuEDGEUCLA
30RavensGraham BartonOLDuke
3149ersJordan MorganOLArizona
32ChiefsNate WigginsCBClemson

1.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (March 5)

PickTeamPlayerPositionCollege
1BearsCaleb WilliamsQBUSC
2CommandersDrake MayeQBNorth Carolina
3PatriotsJayden DanielsQBLSU
4CardinalsMarvin Harrison Jr.WROhio St.
5ChargersJoe AltOTNotre Dame
6GiantsRome OdunzeWRWashington
7TitansOlu FashanuOTPenn State
8FalconsDallas TurnerEDGEAlabama
9BearsMalik NabersWRLSU
10JetsTaliese FuagaOTOregon State
11VikingsJ.J. McCarthyQBMichigan
12BroncosBrock BowersTEGeorgia
13RaidersByron Murphy IIDLTexas
14SaintsJared VerseEDGEFlorida State
15ColtsTerrion ArnoldCBAlabama
16SeahawksTroy FautanuOLWashington
17JaguarsBrian ThomasWRLSU
18BengalsJC LathamOTAlabama
19RamsLaiatu LatuEDGEUCLA
20SteelersAmarius MimsOTGeorgia
21DolphinsJackson Powers-JohnsonIOLOregon
22EaglesQuinyon MitchellCBToledo
23TexansNate WigginsCBClemson
24CowboysTyler GuytonOTOklahoma
25PackersCooper DeJeanCBIowa
26BuccaneersAdonai MitchellWRTexas
27CardinalsChop RobinsonEDGEPenn State
28BillsLadd McConkeyWRGeorgia
29LionsKamari LassiterCBGeorgia
30RavensGraham BartonOLDuke
3149ersJordan MorganOLArizona
32ChiefsXavier WorthyWRTexas

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