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2024 NFL Draft 7 Round Mock/Ranking and Prospect Standouts (Edited 12/4/23)


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Very early of course but why the hell not.  Sure I missed some guys but this is based off what I already have, still need to go over the rosters and make sure who declared and who is returning to school and or transferring.  Could argue the QB, LT, WR and TE spot one would take the top guys in 2024 compared to the top 2023 prospects.  

 

 

1st
1) Chicago Bears (via Carolina): Caleb Williams USC JR QB  
2) Arizona Cardinals: Drake Maye UNC RS SOPH QB 
3)  New England Patriots: Marvin Harrison Jr Ohio State RS SOPH WR    
4) Washington Commanders:  Olumuyiwa Fashanu Penn State RS JR OT  
5) Chicago Bears: Brock Bowers Georgia JR TE
6) New York Giants: Joe Alt Notre Dame JR OT  
7) LA Rams: Laiatu Latu UCLA SR OLB/DE   
8 ) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jayden Daniels LSU RS SR QB    
9) Las Vegas Raiders:  Jared Verse  Florida State RS JR DE  
10) Atlanta Falcons: Quinn Ewers Texas RS SOPH QB   
11) Houston Texans (via Cleveland): Dallas Turner Alabama JR DE/OLB
12) Green Bay Packers: Troy Fautanu Washington RS JR OT/OG   
13) Pittsburgh Steelers: Jeremiah Trotter Jr Clemson JR ILB   
14) Minnesota Vikings:  Cooper DeJean Iowa JR CB/S 
15) Arizona Cardinals (Via Houston):  JC Latham Alabama JR OT/OG   
16) Tennessee Titans: Keon Coleman Florida State JR WR 
17) Indianapolis Colts:    Kool-Aid McKinstry Alabama JR CB 
18) New Orleans Saints: Jer'Zhan Newton Illinois RS JR DT     
19) LA Chargers: Jonah Elliss Utah JR DE/OLB  
20)  Denver Broncos: Rome Odunze Washington RS JR WR  
21) Detroit Lions: Tyleik Williams Ohio State RS SOPH DT 
22) New York Jets:  Kingsley Suamataia BYU RS SOPH OT   
23) Miami Dolphins: Kamari Lassiter Georgia JR CB     
24) Jacksonville Jaguars:  Malik Nabers LSU JR WR   
25) Seattle Seahawks:  Michael Penix Jr Washington RS SR QB
26) Baltimore Ravens: Blake Corum Michigan SR RB    
27)  Cincinnati Bengals:  Sedrick Van Pran Georgia RS JR C/OG
28)  Dallas Cowboys:  Deontae Lawson Alabama RS SOPH ILB 
29) San Francisco 49ers: Payton Wilson NC State RS SR OLB/ILB     
30) Buffalo Bills:  Xavier Worthy Texas JR WR 
31) Kansas City Chiefs: Michael Hall Jr Ohio State RS SOPH DT 
32) Philadelphia Eagles: Chop Robinson Penn State JR DE/OLB  

 

2nd
33) Carolina Panthers:  Emeka Egbuka Ohio State JR WR 
34) Arizona Cardinals:    TreVeyon Henderson Ohio State JR RB
35)  New England Patriots:   Bo Nix Oregon RS SR QB 
36) Washington Commanders:   JJ McCarthy Michigan JR QB     
37)  Washington Commanders (via Chicago):  Bralen Trice Washington JR DE/OLB
38) New York Giants:  Nathaniel Watson Miss State RS SR ILB  
39) LA Rams:   Braelon Allen Wisconsin JR RB  
40) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chris Braswell  Alabama RS JR OLB  
41)   Las Vegas Raiders:    Barrett Carter Clemson JR OLB    
42) Atlanta Falcons:  JT Tuimoloau Ohio State RS SOPH DE
43) Cleveland Browns: Kamren Kinchens Miami FL JR S  
44) Green Bay Packers:  Ryan Watts Texas SR CB/S 
45) Pittsburgh Steelers: Kris Jenkins Michigan SR DT  
46) Minnesota Vikings: Sam Hartman Notre Dame RS JR QB
47) Houston Texans:   Zak Zinter Michigan SR OG  
48) Tennessee Titans: Patrick Paul Houston RS JR OT  
49) Indianapolis Colts: Jonah Monheim USC RS JR OT
50) Philadelphia Eagles (via New Orleans): Trey Benson Florida State RS JR RB 
51) LA Chargers: Drake Nugent Michigan SR C       
52) New Orleans Saints (via Denver):   Trevor Keegan Michigan RS SR OG  
53) Detroit Lions:  Joshua Gray Oregon State RS JR OT  
54) Green Bay Packers (via Jets): Jordan Travis Florida State RS SR QB     
55) Miami Dolphins:  Ja'Tavion Sanders Texas JR TE
56) Jacksonville Jaguars:  Cooper Mays Tennessee SR C/OG   
57) New York Giants (via Seattle): Javon Bullard Georgia JR S    
58) Baltimore Ravens: Mello Dotson Kansas RS JR CB  
59)  Cincinnati Bengals: Kalen King Penn State JR CB  
60)  Dallas Cowboys: Xavier Truss Georgia RS SR OT/OG   
61) San Francisco 49ers: Mike Sainristil Michigan SR CB/S   
62) Buffalo Bills:    Edgerrin Cooper Texas A&M RS JR ILB 
63) Kansas City Chiefs: Beau Brade Maryland SR S 
64) Philadelphia Eagles: Caleb Etienne BYU RS SR OT  


3rd
65) Carolina Panthers:  Donovan Edwards Michigan JR RB  
66) Arizona Cardinals: Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint Georgia SR WR 
67)   New England Patriots: T'Vondre Sweat Texas RS SR DT  
68)  Washington Commanders: Nick Jackson Iowa RS SR LB 
69)  Chicago Bears:  Bryce Foster Texas A&M JR C 
70)   New York Giants:  Brian Thomas Jr LSU JR WR  
71) LA Rams: Mekhi Wingo LSU JR DE/DT     
72)  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Benjamin Yurosek Stanford SR TE  
73) Las Vegas Raiders:  Jay Higgins Iowa SR ILB 
74) Atlanta Falcons: Brandon Dorlus Oregon RS SR DT/DE
75) Cleveland Browns: Brevyn Spann-Ford Minnesota RS SR TE
76) Green Bay Packers:   Ainias Smith Texas A&M RS SR WR/RB
77) Pittsburgh Steelers: Malachi Moore Alabama SR CB 
78) Detroit Lions (via Minnesota):  Tyler Nubin Minnesota SR S  
79) Arizona Cardinals (via Houston): Cooper Beebe Kansas State RS SR OG  
80) Arizona Cardinals (via Tennessee):  Leonard Taylor Miami FL DT JR    
81) Indianapolis Colts:  Troy Franklin Oregon JR WR   
82) New Orleans Saints: Clark Barrington Baylor RS SR OG  
83) LA Chargers: James Williams Miami FL JR S/LB  
84) Seattle Seahawks (via Denver): Blake Fisher Notre Dame RS SOPH OT  
85) Detroit Lions:  Keith Randolph Jr Illinois RS JR DE/DT 
86) New York Jets:   Spencer Rattler South Carolina RS SR QB    
*  Miami Dolphins (Forfeited): 
87) Jacksonville Jaguars:   Jabbar Muhammad Washington RS JR CB 
88) Seattle Seahawks: Cole Bishop Utah JR S  
89) Baltimore Ravens:  Fadil Diggs Texas A&M RS JR DE  
90)  Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Milton III Tennessee RS SR QB  
91)  Dallas Cowboys: Jarvis Brownlee Jr Louisville RS JR
92) Washington Commanders (via 49ers): Isaiah Williams Illinois RS JR WR
93) Green Bay Packers (via Buffalo): JD Bertrand Notre Dame RS SR OLB 
94) Kansas City Chiefs: Cade Stover Ohio State RS SR TE  
95) Houston Texans (via Philadelphia): Audric Estime Notre Dame JR RB    


4th
96) Carolina Panthers:  Tanner McLachlan Arizona RS SR TE  
97) Arizona Cardinals: Tommy Eichenberg Ohio State RS SR ILB   
98) New England Patriots:  Justin Walley Minnesota JR CB  
99) Washington Commanders: Tyler Batty BYU JR DE  
100) Chicago Bears: Brandon Coleman TCU RS SR OG/OT 
101)  New York Giants: Howard Cross III Notre Dame SR DT   
102) Pittsburgh Steelers (via LA Rams):   Jermaine Burton Alabama SR WR 
103) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Christian Jones Texas RS SR OT     
104) Las Vegas Raiders:  Tykee Smith Georgia RS SR S    
105) Atlanta Falcons:  Javontae Jean-Baptiste Notre Dame RS SR DE  
106) Cleveland Browns: Dillon Johnson Washington SR RB 
107) Green Bay Packers: Gabriel Murphy UCLA RS JR DE/OLB    
108) Pittsburgh Steelers:  Isaiah Adams Illinois SR OG 
109) Minnesota Vikings:  Walter Rouse Oklahoma RS SR OT    
110) Cleveland Browns (via Texans):  Ruke Orhorhoro Clemson SR DT 
111)  Tennessee Titans: Richard Jibunor Troy RS SR DE/OLB    
112)  Indianapolis Colts:  Johnny Wilson Florida State RS JR WR 
113) Jacksonville Jaguars (via Saints): Braden Fiske Florida State RS SR DT 
114) LA Chargers: Jaheim Bell Florida State SR TE    
115) New York Jets (via Denver): Mohamed Kamara Colorado State RS SR OLB/DE 
116) Minnesota Vikings (via Detroit):  Ja'Quan Sheppard Maryland RS SR CB 
117) New York Jets:  Jacob Cowing Arizona SR WR 
118) Denver Broncos (via Miami):  Jeremy James Ole Miss RS SR OT
119) Atlanta Falcons (via Jaguars): Andrew Coker TCU RS SR OT   
120) Seattle Seahawks: Kalen DeLoach Florida State RS SR LB     
121) Baltimore Ravens: Thomas Yassmin Utah SR TE    
122)  Cincinnati Bengals:  Curtis Jacobs Penn State SR OLB       
123)  Dallas Cowboys: Robert Scott Jr Florida State RS JR OT
124) San Francisco 49ers:   Jordan Burch Oregon SR DE   
125) Buffalo Bills:  Marques Cox Kentucky RS SR OT 
126) Kansas City Chiefs: LaDarius Henderson Michigan RS SR OT/OG 
127) Chicago Bears (via Eagles):    Adisa Isaac Penn State RS SR DE    

 

5th
128) Cleveland Browns (via Carolina):  Tez Johnson Oregon SR WR 
129) Cleveland Browns (via Arizona): Brennan Jackson Washington State RS SR DE 
130) New England Patriots:  Renardo Green Florida State RS SR CB  
131)  Washington Commanders: Lawrence Arnold Kansas RS JR WR  
132)  Chicago Bears:  Jared Wiley TCU RS SR TE 
133)  New York Giants: Omar Brown Nebraska  RS SR S 
134) LA Rams: AJ Hampton Tulane RS SR CB 
135) Tennessee Titans (via/ Eagles/ Tampa Bay):  Khyree Jackson Oregon RS SR CB  
136)   Las Vegas Raiders:   Julian Pearl Illinois RS SR OT 
137) Atlanta Falcons: Cam Hart Notre Dame RS SR CB/S    
138) Minnesota Vikings (via Cleveland): Ray Davis Kentucky RS SR RB   
139) Buffalo Bills (via Green Bay Packers): Javion Cohen Miami FL SR OG   
140) LA Rams (via Pittsburgh):  Mar'Keise Irving Oregon JR RB 
141) Philadelphia Eagles (via Minnesota): Tory Horton Colorado State SR WR  
142)  Arizona Cardinals (via Houston): Joe Evans Iowa RS SR OLB 
143)  Carolina Panthers (via Tennessee): Kaimon Rucker UNC RS SR DE/OLB    
144)  Indianapolis Colts: Demani Richardson Texas A&M RS SR S 
145) New Orleans Saints: Taylor Upshaw Arizona RS SR DE   
146) LA Chargers:  Cody Schrader Missouri SR RB 
147) Denver Broncos: Isaiah Davis South Dakota State RS SR RB
148) Detroit Lions:  Bru McCoy Tennessee RS SR WR  
149) Denver Broncos (via Jets): Marcus Tate Clemson JR OG  
150) Miami Dolphins: Taulia Tagovailoa Maryland RS SR QB
151) Jacksonville Jaguars:  Woodi Washington Oklahoma RS SR CB   
152) Seattle Seahawks: Xavier Legette South Carolina RS SR WR      
153) Baltimore Ravens: Justin Eboigbe Alabama RS SR DE   
154)  Cincinnati Bengals: Seth Coleman Illinois RS JR OLB/DE 
155)  Kansas City Chiefs (via Dallas):  Dwight McGlothern Arkansas SR CB 
156) Carolina Panthers (via San Francisco):   KJ Jefferson Arkansas RS SR QB    
157) Buffalo Bills: Sebastian Castro Iowa RS SR LB/S 
158) Minnesota Vikings (via Kansas City):   JJ Weaver Kentucky RS SR OLB/DE  
159) Arizona Cardinals (via Philadelphia): Kendarin Ray Tulsa RS SR S  


6th
160) Jacksonville Jaguars (via Carolina): Karsen Barnhart Michigan RS SR OT 
161) Carolina Panthers (via Arizona): Cedric Gray UNC SR OLB 
162) New England Patriots: Ben Sinnott Kansas State RS JR FB/TE   
163) Washington Commanders:  Marcus Harris Auburn RS SR DT 
164) Chicago Bears: Quinn Schulte Iowa RS SR S  
165) New York Giants: Spencer Shrader Notre Dame RS SR K 
166) Buffalo Bills (via Rams): Lance Robinson RS SR CB Tulane  
167)  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tyler Barron Tennessee SR DE 
168)   New England Patriots (via Las Vegas): KT Leveston Kansas State RS SR OG/OT   
169) Atlanta Falcons:  Kenny Logan Jr Kansas SR S   
170) Atlanta Falcons (via Cleveland):  Jake Westover Washington RS SR TE 
171) Green Bay Packers: Tyrone Tracy Jr Purdue RS SR RB/WR 
172) Pittsburgh Steelers:   Roman Wilson Michigan SR WR
173) Arizona Cardinals (via Minnesota):   Ricky Pearsall Florida RS SR WR
174) Cleveland Browns (via Houston):  Logan Lee Iowa RS SR DT
175)  Atlanta Falcons (via Eagles/Tennessee): KeAndre Lambert-Smith Penn State SR WR 
176) Indianapolis Colts: Levani Damuni Utah RS SR ILB
177) New Orleans Saints: Tarique Barnes Illinois RS SR ILB 
178) LA Chargers: Luke McCaffrey Rice RS JR WR 
179) LA Rams (via Denver): Phillip Brooks Kansas State RS SR WR
180) Detroit Lions: Marist Liufau Notre Dame RS SR LB   
181) New York Jets: Omar Speights LSU SR OLB  
182) Miami Dolphins: Erick All Iowa RS SR TE 
183) Minnesota Vikings (via Jacksonville):  Brennan Presley Oklahoma State 
184) Seattle Seahawks: Jaylen McCollough Tennessee RS SR S   
185) Cleveland Browns (via Baltimore):  Daequan Hardy Penn State RS SR CB 
186)  Cincinnati Bengals:   Nehemiah Pritchett Auburn RS SR CB 
187)  Buffalo Bills (via Dallas): Daniel Jackson Minnesota SR WR   
188) Denver Broncos (via San Francisco): Ron Stone Jr Washington State RS SR OLB 
189) Buffalo Bills: Carl Jones Jr UCLA RS SR OLB 
190) Kansas City Chiefs:  Devin Leary Kentucky RS SR QB
191) New Orleans Saints (via Philadelphia):  Brennan Armstrong NC State RS SR QB 


 

7th
192) Tennessee Titans (via Carolina):  Rylie Mills Notre Dame SR DT 
193)   Houston Texans (via Arizona Cardinals):   Tatum Bethune Florida State RS SR ILB  
194) New England Patriots (via Chicago): Caedan Wallace Penn State RS SR OT   
195) Washington Commanders: Jared Ivey Ole Miss DE/DT  
196) Las Vegas Raiders (via Patriots):   Nazir Stackhouse Georgia SR DT  
197)  Arizona Cardinals (via Giants): Jordan Jefferson LSU RS SR DT   
198) Denver Broncos (via Rams): Eyabi Okie Charlotte SR OLB
199)  Tampa Bay Buccaneers:  JaTravis Broughton Utah RS SR CB
200)   Dallas Cowboys (via Las Vegas):  Jawhar Jordan Louisville RS JR RB   
201) Cleveland Browns (via Atlanta): Brant Kuithe Utah RS SR TE  
202) Minnesota Vikings (via Arizona/Cleveland):    Tyler Davis Clemson SR DT
203) Green Bay Packers: Shilo Sanders Colorado RS SR S 
204) Pittsburgh Steelers:   Jack Henderson Minnesota SR CB/S
205) Las Vegas Raiders (via Minnesota): Jaylan Ford Texas SR ILB
206) Houston Texans:     Brenden Rice USC SR WR 
207)  Las Vegas Raiders (via Tennessee):   Zion Tupuola-Fetui Washington RS SR OLB 
208) Indianapolis Colts: Steven Jones Oregon RS SR OG/OT    
209) Houston Texans (via New Orleans):   Xavier Thomas Clemson RS SR DE 
210) LA Chargers: Oscar Cardenas UTSA RS SR TE 
211)San Francisco 49ers (via Denver): John Rhys Plumlee UCF RS SR WR/QB/RB    
212) Detroit Lions: Nathan Pickering Miss State RS SR DT  
213) Baltimore Ravens (via Jets): Makari Paige Michigan SR S  
214) Miami Dolphins: Kydran Jenkins Purdue SR OLB/DE     
215) Jacksonville Jaguars:  Trajan Jeffcoat Arkansas RS SR DT 
216) Seattle Seahawks:  Zakhari Franklin Ole Miss RS SR WR
217) Baltimore Ravens: Jase McClellan Alabama SR RB
218)  Cincinnati Bengals:  Jamari Thrash Louisville RS SR WR 
219)  Dallas Cowboys:  Cornelius Johnson Michigan RS SR WR 
220) San Francisco 49ers:  Alfred Collins Texas SR DL  
221) Buffalo Bills:  Zach Heins South Dakota State RS SR TE
222) Houston Texans (via Kansas City): Junior Uzebu Vandy SR OT
223) Tennessee Titans (via Philadelphia): Jacoby Windmon Michigan State RS SR DE 

(Without Compensatory picks included, this is to equal estimated 259 player total)


Aaron Beasley Tennessee RS SR OLB 
Zion Logue Georgia RS SR DE 
 Chip Trayanum Ohio State RS JR RB  
 Ricky Barber UCF RS SR DT  
DJ Brown Notre Dame SR S   
Storm Duck Louisville RS SR CB    
Miles Battle Utah RS SR CB
 Quinn Carroll Minnesota RS SR OG/OT   
 Te'Cory Couch Miami FL RS SR CB
 Isaac Rex BYU RS SR TE 
Michael Wiley Arizona SR RB
Doneiko Slaughter Tennessee SR CB 
Jordan Domineck Colorado RS SR OLB   
 Johnny Langan Rutgers RS SR TE 
 Edefuan Ulofoshio Washington RS SR ILB 
 Mohamed Toure Rutgers RS SR OLB
 Frank Gore Jr Southern Miss RS JR RB
Micah Abraham Marshall SR CB  
Cam Allen Purdue RS SR S
Max Tooley BYU RS SR LB   
Kendall Milton Georgia SR RB 
Nay'Quan Wright USF RS SR RB  
Caleb Warren Ole Miss RS SR OG/C  
Jordan Whittington Texas RS SR WR   
Maema Njongmeta Wisconsin RS SR ILB 
Luke Grimm Kansas SR WR
Javon Baker UCF SR WR
Akeem Dent Florida State RS SR CB
Charles Turner III LSU RS SR C 
Will Reichard Alabama RS SR K
Curtis Dunlap Jr Rutgers RS SR OG
Aaron Brule Michigan State RS SR LB 
Josh Proctor Ohio State RS SR S
Ramel Keyton Tennessee RS SR WR
Ruben Hyppolite II Maryland SR ILB
Tahj Washington USC RS SR WR
Mason Fairchild Kansas RS SR TE

 

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For Ohio State, you could probably add both guards, Donovan Jackson and Matthew Jones.  Jackson was a rare 5 star guard and might be an All-American next season. He's likely a 3rd-4th round prospect. Jones could go a round later. 

Edit: forgot about the DBs. Denzel Burke might be a first rounder if he has a good season. Instant starter as a freshman and will declare for the draft next year. Lathan Ransom will be a day 3 pick at safety. Josh Proctor or Cam Martinez might get drafted too. 

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4 hours ago, sparky151 said:

For Ohio State, you could probably add both guards, Donovan Jackson and Matthew Jones.  Jackson was a rare 5 star guard and might be an All-American next season. He's likely a 3rd-4th round prospect. Jones could go a round later. 

Edit: forgot about the DBs. Denzel Burke might be a first rounder if he has a good season. Instant starter as a freshman and will declare for the draft next year. Lathan Ransom will be a day 3 pick at safety. Josh Proctor or Cam Martinez might get drafted too. 

It is not a perfect list and is subject to change of course.  It will be interesting what Ohio State looks like, I am not sold on that QB obviously and that OL is going to be way different.  Jackson has potential sure but I need to see more of him and without those OTs and a new center it could be a struggle.  That offense might not be near as dominated as it has been but who knows Day is a pro coach in college and always seems to do well.

Burke I have never been amazed by but we will see what he is like next year, Ransom even less but he at least has some range at safety.  One game I watched Ransom was pretty bad but again has versatility and good coverage potential as a safety.  Honestly that defensive unit kind of did so so last year I thought.  

 

Tuimoloau might breakout, but honestly all of his production last year was one game against Penn State.  And Sawyer might as well but we will see.  Proctor I thought was in his draft, I will have to make that change and yes maybe he is a 7th rounder possibly but see what other safeties are around.   I think Jean-Baptiste going to Notre Dame might help him a lot and he could be a very solid player, great size for the position.  

 

12 hours ago, Superduperman said:

Devin Leary and KJ Jefferson, two guys who could make that jump and be up there at the top, I'll be watching those guys

Yeah they could rise no question, all depends on how they play next year.  Leary is going into a solid WR situation but that OL is awful, Cox will help it but they really got to improve for Leary to succeed.  Jefferson needs to play more under control and not as wild, I thought he would be better than he was last year.

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Super long shot, and has since transferred to the Minnesota Gophers to play basketball, did so April 14th but who knows, was two days after that pro day clip but not sure if he was just helping out at that or what.  Listed at 6-11 338 but not sure that is totally accurate.  The dude has really bulked up though from earlier in his college career as a basketball player on Oregon State.   Apparently wants to be a trainer and that is why he got so big over the past few years and tried out football.  Would be really interesting with his athletic ability and mobility as a tackle, curious if he plays for Minnesota this year or not on the football field.  Has a future there, with basketball not sure there is a future outside of just a big body in college sports.  But if he wants to be a trainer it is all gravy.

 

 

 

Alejandro Villanueva was a 6-11 tackle who was a TE at Army and turned into a very solid pro.  Kendall Randolph currently making the switch while in college but could be a UDFA this year, was not great at OL from the move off TE.  Nate Wozniak was a 6-10 TE at Minnesota, was on practice squads for a few years in the NFL but never turned into anything or stuck around.  JJ Nwigwe on BYU I thought had potential to switch to OT in college and never did, Ian Bunting I thought maybe but has never made that switch.  JJ Pegues has switched currently to DT at Ole Miss and is doing well, had potential as a OT I thought with his athletic ability as well.  Grant Carrigan was a huge TE on Pitt but did get hurt a ton, Jeremy Liggins switched to OT from TE at Ole Miss in college but it never stuck.  Michael Williams on Alabama I thought could have been a OT as a jumbo TE but never did it, Greg Boone is another on Virginia Tech who was an agile big guy but never switched.  Robert Johnson I loved as a jumbo TE but he never made that switch and never really stuck at TE either in the NFL.  Daniel Coats I thought maybe on BYU but was a ok TE in the NFL and Aaron Golliday on Nebraska was a jumbo TE but never a OT attempt.  The all time guy was Jason Peters, loved him as a jumbo TE for Arkansas and was a great athlete at the position, was a UDFA and now is probably a Hall of Famer at OT.

 

 

 

Nick Jackson Iowa RS SR ILB: Dude could have a standout season, awesome player on Virginia, so tough and fast at ILB, should start instantly I would think and do great with that solid defense.  Is a deep ILB group though but he will be right with the best of them.


Benjamin Yurosek Stanford SR TE: We will see if he has another fine season, Stanford sure did lose a ton of talent on the OL in the portal and will have another new QB.  See how Yurosek does with that.  


Zakhari Franklin UTSA RS SR WR:  Should have a great season and I would not be surprised if he is a 2nd or 3rd round pick.  Smooth route runner with great ball skills.  


Arik Gilbert Nebraska RS JR TE:  He should have a dominating season, awesome athlete but we will see if he can put it all together at TE, should be a monster weapon if he can stay on the field.  


Isaiah Davis South Dakota State RS SR RB:  Awesome athlete at running back, big strong kid who has breakaway speed.  New coach for the program though and they did lose some talent but should have another fine season and is a big time back talent wise.  


Ruke Orhorhoro Clemson SR DT:  Awesome athlete and with returning for another season he should have a breakout year.  Big strong kid who can hold his own inside, is better potentially than his teammate Davis I feel.  

 

Zion Nelson Miami FL SR OT:  Has been around forever it seems, talented kid but will have another chance to live up to that hype, has been hurt on and off and needs to stay healthy.  


Lawrence Arnold Kansas RS JR WR:   Love him as a route runner, and has toughness as well.  Is part of a super promising Kansas offense with a lot of returning weapons at QB, RB, WR and TE.


Jaheim Bell Florida State SR TE:  Very athletic TE who has shown potential, we will see if he can finally put it all together.  Is a legit power RB when needed as well, but on FSU he should be a very dangerous pass catcher with the talent they have.  


Bru McCoy Tennessee RS SR WR:  Could be the man on that Tennessee offense, big time athlete, we will see if he can handle being #1.   Really benefits from having Milton back at QB, he has a cannon arm and is very experienced.  


Jarvis Brownlee Jr Louisville RS JR CB:  Dude has elite level talent, we will see if he can put it all together, has been decent but has more potential and ability than what he has shown.  

Darian Varner Wisconsin RS JR DE/OLB:  Dude could be a monster on the edge if they use him right, so slippery as a pass rusher, could have a real dominating year and honestly he already should be the most freaker pass rusher on that team.  We will see if he does well though at a higher level, might be best as a 4/3 DL who can move around, not sure he is a 3/4 OLB but we will see.  

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My ideal LT is like 6'4" with super long arms.  Not tall enough to let guys get under him, but long enough to keep guys off him.  I have doubts that anyone 6'11" has the bend to survive a good bullrush.

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11 hours ago, Ragnarok said:

My ideal LT is like 6'4" with super long arms.  Not tall enough to let guys get under him, but long enough to keep guys off him.  I have doubts that anyone 6'11" has the bend to survive a good bullrush.

Orlando Brown Jr, Jordan Mailata, Mike McGlinchey, Kolton Miller,  Trent Brown, Rob Havenstein, Daniel Faalele etc are all 6-8 or above and some are 380ish.  Mekhi Becton is up there as well, Taylor Lewan was 6-7 and so was Andrew Whitworth, Brian O'Neill, Walker Little, Evan Neal, Trevor Penning, sure not all are LTs but some of them are and do just fine.   More big guys coming in 6-7+ with Dawand Jones, Blake Freeland along with Dalton Wagner then some long shots in Alfred Edwards, Jazston Turnetine, Kadeem Telfort and Ryan Swoboda.

 

 

Honestly the only really great OTs recently that are 6-4 is Rashawn Slater and David Bakhtiari.  Jedrick Wills was pretty promising but has not played as good as I thought the last few years.  Sure super tall guys might not always workout but 6-5 to 6-8 ish is more than ideal because long arms usually come with it.  Jason Peters types do not come around all that much and he had such athletic ability and power, super rare.  

 

Isaiah Wynn for example I never liked and always thought he was way overrated being picked that high, and not sure he has been all that great to be honest with you in the NFL, and he is so damn short at 6-2.  

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Orlando Brown Jr, Jordan Mailata, Mike McGlinchey, Kolton Miller,  Trent Brown, Rob Havenstein, Daniel Faalele etc are all 6-8 or above and some are 380ish.  Mekhi Becton is up there as well, Taylor Lewan was 6-7 and so was Andrew Whitworth, Brian O'Neill, Walker Little, Evan Neal, Trevor Penning, sure not all are LTs but some of them are and do just fine.   More big guys coming in 6-7+ with Dawand Jones, Blake Freeland along with Dalton Wagner then some long shots in Alfred Edwards, Jazston Turnetine, Kadeem Telfort and Ryan Swoboda.

 

 

Honestly the only really great OTs recently that are 6-4 is Rashawn Slater and David Bakhtiari.  Jedrick Wills was pretty promising but has not played as good as I thought the last few years.  Sure super tall guys might not always workout but 6-5 to 6-8 ish is more than ideal because long arms usually come with it.  

 

Isaiah Wynn for example I never liked and always thought he was way overrated being picked that high, and not sure he has been all that great to be honest with you in the NFL, and he is so damn short at 6-2.  

The bold gets to the point i was making.  Usually taller guys have longer arms which is extremely important.  But too tall and being able to bend down low enough is compromised which is equally important.

There just aren't a ton of guys under 6'4" who meet the length necessary.  And there aren't a ton of guys over 6'7" who can bend enough to get low.

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17 minutes ago, RedandPewterReturns said:

I'm not sure I love Drake May as much as most. I see inconsistency. This year will be key for him to put it together. Definitely sold on Caleb Williams though unless he absolutely tanks. 

True but Drake Maye has extremely good mechanics in the pocket for a RS FR and had an amazing year for a player so young.  Also has great size and athletic ability for the position as well.  We will see what he does this year with different weapons around him no question and arguably less talent around him and ten times the expectations.

 

He could fall a bit but not sure Penix will overtake him or Rattler but I guess it could happen.  Hard to see Penix playing any better than he did last year but Rattler I think could do a little better, he was on fire late in the season and played great.  

 

 

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1 hour ago, Tetsujin said:

The NT Watson from UF is someone I’m gonna keep track of. I’d love to have him clogging the middle with Christian Wilkins & Co. around him.

That kid is dangerously big. He needs to shed some weight.

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