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NFL Draft 2024 Highlights

NFL Draft 2024 Highlights, The Draft is almost here, so it’s an excellent time to highlight the top college prospects and which teams might pick them up. This year, a few top quarterbacks stood out, along with wide receivers and a few other positions. If you don’t know these names already, you soon will.

Caleb Williams QB – USC Junior

Williams is expected to be picked up by Chicago, which needs a solid signal caller. He’s a natural thrower with good accuracy and is quick on his feet. His creativity makes him stand out, but can also be problematic if he goes off-script too much.

 Jayden Daniels QB – LSU Senior

Daniels is a little light for his 6-foot-3 height (210), but that seems to be his only challenge. He’s the 2023 Heisman Trophy winner, throwing 40 touchdown passes and only four interceptions. Chicago may take him over Williams.

 Drake Maye QB – North Carolina Sophomore

Maye is another stand-out quarterback that the Patriots are expected to pick. They need someone to go against Buffalo and Josh Allen. Maye has quick feet and hands and can run the ball when he’s out of options. Hopefully, the Patriots can protect him in the pocket enough to use his throwing arm more.

 J.J. McCarthy QB – Michigan Junior

With the 4th pick, the Cardinals can take McCarthy and trade him to the Giants or Vikings, who are both looking for a starting quarterback. McCarthy moves effectively in the pocket and is a great runner when needed.

 Jordan Travis QB – Florida State

Travis only played ten games before a fractured leg ended his college career. But in that shortened season, he threw for 2,756 yards, 20 touchdowns, and only two interceptions. Travis also ran for seven touchdowns. If he’s healthy, he should easily go in the first round.

The quarterback might be the most critical position for an NFL team to get right, but they need a solid support system to make it all work. Below are a few of the more outstanding choices for the first round.

 Marvin Harrison Jr. – WR – Ohio State Junior

Harrison has ideal size and speed, so he can close the gap on defenders quickly before exploding in another direction. He has a large frame with good upper body strength to push through his press coverage. Harrison has a huge catch radius and uses his speed and strength after the catch instead of trying to elude defenders. He should find success as a No. 1 receiver.

Rome Odunze WR – Washington Senior

Odunze was only the second player in Washington’s history to produce multiple 1,000-yard receiving seasons. He posted 1,640 receiving yards in the FBS in 2023, averaging a massive 17.8 yards per catch. He has exceptional hands and can pluck the football, absorb throws down the middle, or quickly adjust to catch poorly thrown balls. And once he makes the catch, he’s tough to bring down. Odunze is a well-rounded receiver who plays with lots of passion and energy.

 Malik Nabers WR – LSU Junior

Nabers is a receiver with solid hands who tracks the ball well. He blows through tackles after the catch with a solid, stiff arm. He led the SEC in receptions for two consecutive years and led the nation with 34 receptions of 20 or more yards in the 2023 season.

Brock Bowers – TE – Georgia

Bowers could be the best tight end college football has ever seen. He’s fast and strong with amazing hands. Bowers is a great playmaker; his best asset is his ability to break tackles. He was the first to win the Maker Award in two consecutive seasons and helped Georgia gain the 2021 and 2022 national titles. Will he get picked up before any of the quarterbacks above?

Joe Alt T – Notre Dame – Junior

This 6-foot-8, 321-pound, two-time All-American is ready for the NFL. He’s tough to get by, and when someone does, his arm strength can get him out of jams. Expectations are that Tennessee will scoop him up on the 7th pick as they haven’t been able to fill Taylor Lewan’s left tackle spot.

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