2024 NFL Draft Prospects

#1

Marvin

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Harrison Jr

Height:

6’4″

Weight:

205

40 Time:

4.43*

Player Bio:

Marvin Harrison Jr, the son of Indianapolis Colts great Marvin Harrison, saw limited playing time as a freshman. However, as a sophomore, he quickly proved himself as one of the best receivers in college football. Out of high school, Harrison Jr was a four-star prospect in the state of Pennsylvania.

#2

Caleb

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Williams

Height:

6’1″

Weight:

220

40 Time:

4.45*

Player Bio:

Caleb Williams burst onto the scene in 2021 after replacing QB Spencer Rattler. Started in seven games for the Sooners, leading them to an 11-2 record overall. Williams followed head coach Lincoln Riley to the USC Trojans for the 2022 season. Riley and Williams led the Trojans to an 11-3 record in 2022, capped off with Williams winning the 2022 Heisman Trophy.

#3

Malik

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Nabers

Height:

6’0″

Weight:

199

40 Time:

4.50*

Player Bio:

Malik Nabers has spent his entire collegiate career at LSU, consistently showing increase in production throughout his time on campus. Many outlets had Nabers listed as a four-star prospect, including On3. Last season was a pivotal one for Malik Nabers as he was able to set himself apart and rise to the occasion as one of the top receivers on the roster.

#4

Drake

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Maye

Height:

6’4″

Weight:

225

40 Time:

4.60*

Player Bio:

Drake Maye appeared in a limited role during the 2021 season, which ended with him redshirting. In 2022, he stepped into the starting role, taking over for QB Sam Howell, who departed early for the NFL. Many draft analysts already have him pegged as one of the top quarterbacks heading into the 2024 NFL Draft process.

#5

Olumuyiwa

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Fashanu

Height:

6’6″

Weight:

323

40 Time:

5.10*

Player Bio:

Olumuyiwa Fashanu first saw significant starting reps during the 2022 season. Considered to be one of the top offensive tackles in the 2024 class. Did not allow a single sack in 281 passing downs during the 2022 season. He was a four-star prospect according to Rivals, while 247Sports and ESPN had him ranked as a three-star.

#6

Jayden

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Daniels

Height:

6’4″

Weight:

200

40 Time:

4.52*

Player Bio:

Jayden Daniels enters his second season as the starting quarterback for the LSU Tigers after serving as a three-season starter at Arizona State. In his first season at LSU, Daniels guided the Tigers under first-year head coach Brian Kelly to an SEC Championship appearance against the Georgia Bulldogs, with losses to Florida State and Tennessee. The NFL considers him a legitimate quarterback prospect with his unique blend of passing and running ability.

#7

Joe

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Alt

Height:

6’7″

Weight:

317

40 Time:

5.30*

Player Bio:

Joe Alt has been an anchor on the offensive line dating back to 2021. His father, John, played in the NFL and is in the Chiefs Hall of Fame, while his brother, Mark, is in the NHL. He was a four-star prospect, according to 247Sports, while ESPN and Rivals had him as a three-star prospect. Last season, he helped Notre Dame rush for 220+ yards in seven games.

#8

Brock

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Bowers

Height:

6’4″

Weight:

230

40 Time:

4.45*

Player Bio:

Brock Bowers first saw significant playing time as a true freshman in 2021. Earned First-Team All-American honors from USA Today in his first year with the program. Enters his junior season with 119 receptions, 1,824 receiving yards, and 20 touchdowns, along with four additional rushing touchdowns.

#9

Dallas

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turner

Height:

6’4″

Weight:

242

40 Time:

4.50*

Player Bio:

Dallas Turner is a two-year starter for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Out of high school, he was a consensus five-star recruiting prospect with offers from Georgia, Miami, Ohio State, and Oregon, among many others. With an increased role on the Crimson Tide defense, we should see big things from Dallas Turner in 2023.

#10

Laiatu Latu scouting report

Laiatu

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Latu

Height:

6’4″

Weight:

265

40 Time:

4.63*

Player Bio:

Began his collegiate career at the University of Washington, appearing in 12 of the 13 games as a true freshman. However, lingering neck injuries halted his play as he briefly retired from college football. He would eventually return to the field in 2022 as a reserve player for the UCLA Bruins before assuming the starting role this season.

#11

Rome

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Odunze

Height:

6’3″

Weight:

211

40 Time:

4.49*

Player Bio:

Rome Odunze first saw playing time in 2020 as a freshman, but saw significant playing time in 2021 and 2022. He started in eight games, but appeared in 12 for the Huskies in 2022, finishing with 1,145 receiving yards and eight total touchdowns. Earned significant honors in 2022, which should continue with an increased role on offense.

#12

Nate Wiggins scouting report

Nate

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Wiggins

Height:

6’2″

Weight:

185

40 Time:

4.45*

Player Bio:

Nate Wiggins is a third year cornerback for the Clemson Tigers, with ramped up production in 2022 with additional reps. He possesses good range and tackling ability, along with an excellent frame for the position. With a strong showing in 2022, Nate Wiggins enters the 2024 NFL Draft process with high expectations.

#13

JC

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Latham

Height:

6’6″

Weight:

335

40 Time:

5.15*

Player Bio:

JC Latham first saw starting time in 2022 at right tackle for the Crimson Tide. Last season, he allowed two sacks, 11 QB pressures, two quarterback hits, and committed 10 penalties. With several teammates departing for the NFL, JC Latham should have a much more impactful season in 2023.

#14

Jared

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Verse

Height:

6’3″

Weight:

253

40 Time:

4.68*

Player Bio:

Jared Verse popped onto the scene in 2021 following his transfer from the University of Albany, an FCS program. Played in 12 games for the Seminoles, including 9 starts, and quickly became one of the best defensive prospects in the ACC. Verse was the only player in the conference, and only one of two in Power 5, to finish with four games of more than two tackles for loss. Despite missing some time due to injury, he finished second in the ACC and 10th nationally with a 1.4 tackles per loss average. There were some thoughts that Verse could declare for the 2023 NFL Draft, and be selected in the first round, but opted to return to Florida State instead.

#15

Kool-Aid

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McKinstry

Height:

6’1″

Weight:

195

40 Time:

4.40*

Player Bio:

Kool-Aid McKinstry first burst onto the scene as a starting corner late in the 2021 season. Was considered to be the top cornerback in the 2021 recruiting class, with offers from Clemson, Georgia, and LSU. Capped off his 2022 season as a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award. Named to 2023 Walter Camp Preseason First-Team All-American list.

#16

Jer'Zhan Newton scouting report

Jer’Zhan

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Newton

Height:

6’2″

Weight:

295

40 Time:

5.00*

Player Bio:

Jer’Zhan Newton first popped onto the scene in 2020 after playing in all eight games, and starting two, during a COVID-shortened season. Since then, he’s been a consistent force on the defensive line for the Fighting Illini. Last season, he led the Power 5 in pressures among interior defensive linemen, as well as making multiple season award lists.

#17

Chop Robinson scouting report

Chop

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Robinson

Height:

6’3″

Weight:

253

40 Time:

4.70*

Player Bio:

Demeioun ‘Chop’ Robinson began his college career at the University of Maryland. Following his true freshman campaign, Robinson found his way to Penn State. Further showcased his quickness and agility for the Nittany Lions, accumulating 26 total tackles and 5.5 sacks as a sophomore. This season, he’s shown that he is capable of playing at an elite level, keeping the Nittany Lions ranked as one of the top defenses in the country.

#18

Keon

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Coleman

Height:

6’3″

Weight:

215

40 Time:

4.57*

Player Bio:

Keon Coleman began his collegiate career with the Michigan State Spartans. However, following two seasons in East Lansing, Coleman entered the transfer portal and found a new home with the Florida State Seminoles. Following a strong start to the season, Keon Coleman has put himself into the spotlight as a potential 2024 NFL Draft prospect.

#19

Taliese Fuaga scouting report

Taliese

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Fuaga

Height:

6’6″

Weight:

325

40 Time:

5.25*

Player Bio:

Taliese Fuaga committed to Oregon State in the class of 2020. He redshirted his first season on campus, but did see action in four games before doing so. Fuaga had a breakout season in 2022, where he made multiple All-Pac-12 teams. That success has carried over into the 2023 season, where Taliese Fuaga has been able to work himself into consideration for a first round selection in the 2024 NFL Draft.