2024 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

By Kevin Hanson (@EDSFootball)
Updated: Sunday, June 11, 2023

Our top 10 prospects per position for the 2024 NFL Draft are listed in the tables below.

More of our early 2024 NFL Draft content:

2024 NFL Draft Quarterback Rankings

1Caleb WilliamsUSC6'1"215
2Drake MayeNorth Carolina6'5"220
3Quinn EwersTexas6'2"204
4Michael Penix Jr.Washington6'3"213
5Bo NixOregon6'2"213
6J.J. McCarthyMichigan6'3"196
7Shedeur SandersColorado6'2"215
8Jordan TravisFlorida State6'1"212
9Spencer RattlerSouth Carolina6'1"218
10Cameron WardWashington State6'2"215

Continue reading our consensus 2024 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

2024 NFL Draft Big Board

By Kevin Hanson (@EDSFootball)
Updated: Sunday, May 21, 2023

We will update our ranking of 2024 NFL Draft prospects throughout the course of the 2023 college football season, all-star games, NFL scouting combine, etc. and leading up to the draft. Much will change between now and next April.

These rankings are not a projection of where each player will be drafted in 2024, but my way-too-early 2024 NFL Mock Draft attempts to project the first round.

Here are some stats based on our initial top-100 prospect rankings:

1Caleb WilliamsQBUSC6'1"215
2Drake MayeQBNorth Carolina6'5"220
3Marvin Harrison Jr.WROhio State6'4"205
4Joe AltOTNotre Dame6'8"317
5Olu FashanuOTPenn State6'6"323

Continue reading our top-100 2024 NFL Draft Big Board

2025 NFL Mock Draft: An Early Look at Some Potential First-Rounders

By Kevin Hanson (@EDSFootball)
Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2023

Many will say it's "way too early" to post a 2024 NFL mock draft. While those people are probably right, we didn't listen.

Those same people would surely say that it's "way too early" to post a 2025 NFL mock draft. We tend to agree, but it doesn't mean that we can't talk about some true freshmen from the 2022 college football season that will become draft-eligible in 2025.

Of course, there's no guarantee that these true freshmen will declare, once eligible, but here are a few names that you might hear when the 2025 draft rolls around.

Since any future draft discussion should begin with quarterbacks, there are two true sophomores who will become full-time starters in 2023 and could put themselves in position to be the top overall pick when the draft rolls around in 2025 (or when they declare).

Cade Klubnik, QB, Clemson

The former five-star recruit from Westlake H.S. (alma mater of Drew Brees, Nick Foles and Sam Ehlinger) took over for DJ Uiagalelei, who was benched in the ACC Championship Game (and other games earlier in the season), and started in the Orange Bowl to close the season. With Uiagalelei transferring to Oregon State, Klubnik enters 2023 as Clemson's unquestioned starter. Klubnik flashed in his limited opportunities, but his mobility and ability to make all the throws should make him a highly-coveted prospect when he declares for the NFL Draft, whether that's in 2025 or later. If he's not the first quarterback off the board, the biggest competitor at this early juncture is ...

Continue reading our 2025 NFL Mock Draft: An Early Look at Some Potential First-Rounders

2024 NFL Mock Draft

By Kevin Hanson (@EDSFootball)
Updated: Tuesday, May 9, 2023

The 2024 NFL Draft is roughly a year away, but it's never too early to look ahead to how things could play out.

Of course, at this point, there is a lot we don't know — what the draft order will be, who will be signed/lost in free agency next March, who will declare (or return) in 2024, etc.

Note: Draft order is from Tankathon.

This mock will be updated often between now and next April 25th, but for now, this is how the 2024 draft could play out.

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1. Arizona Cardinals: Caleb Williams, QB, USC

With Kyler Murray under contract through the 2028 season, the Cardinals would face an interesting dilemma should they hold the top two picks in the 2024 NFL draft. Williams is the overwhelming favorite (-550) to be the top pick in next year's draft and would have been the QB1 had he been eligible for the 2023 NFL Draft.

Source: Odds from Bovada

Williams is an accurate passer with the arm strength to make all the throws, but his ability to extend plays and create for himself is what really makes him special. Get ready for lots of Patrick Mahomes comparisons over the next year. Following his head coach from Oklahoma allowed him to acclimate quickly to his new surroundings as he threw 42 touchdowns and ran for 10 more scores in his Heisman Trophy-winning sophomore campaign.

MORE: Arizona Cardinals 2023 NFL Draft Grades

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

The son of a Hall-of-Famer, Harrison Jr. has an ideal combination of size, speed, hands and body control to be an elite difference-making wide receiver at the next level. He finished his true sophomore campaign with 77 catches for 1,263 yards (16.4 Y/R) and 14 touchdowns. DeAndre Hopkins, subject of pre-draft trade rumors, remains a Cardinal, but Marquise Brown is slated to become a free agent after the 2023 season.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

Maye is the leading challenger to Williams for the QB1 honor in 2024, and he is coming off a breakout true sophomore season (4,321 passing yards, 38 touchdowns and seven interceptions with 698 rushing yards and seven touchdowns). Baker Mayfield is on a one-year deal, and former second-round pick Kyle Trask has nine career pass attempts. If the Bucs are picking third overall in 2024, this pick will almost certainly be a quarterback.

4. Los Angeles Rams: Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Many expected Fashanu to be the first offensive tackle off the board in 2023 before he announced he was returning to Penn State. While Notre Dame's Joe Alt is in the mix to be the OT1, Fashanu has an impressive combination of size, length, power and athleticism to become a franchise left tackle.

Continue reading our way-too-early 2024 NFL Mock Draft

Chicago Bears Mock Draft Roundup 1.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2024 NFL Draft, we will update our Chicago Bears Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Chicago Bears from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Bears:

EDSFootball - Kevin Hanson (5/9)

10. J.T. Tuimoloau, EDGE, Ohio State

The Bears ranked last in the NFL in sacks in 2023, so targeting an edge rusher may be high on their to-do list next April. Tuimoloau was the fourth-ranked prospect in the 2021 recruiting cycle. He was absolutely dominant against Penn State (two sacks and two interceptions including one returned for a score). If he puts it all together and has the breakout season that many expect, Tuimoloau will likely be a top-10 selection in 2024.

12. Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State

The Bears added D.J. Moore (via trade) and Tyler Scott (via draft), but both Darnell Mooney and Chase Claypool will be free agents after the upcoming season. While Harrison Jr. is the clear WR1 in the 2024 class, Egbuka is very talented and not too far behind him. The former five-star recruit is a good route-runner with good size (6-1, 205) and speed. He finished last season with 74 catches for 1,151 receiving yards, added 87 rushing yards and scored 12 total touchdowns.

CBS Sports - Josh Edwards (5/8)

7. Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

Chicago adds a prospect to raise the ceiling and floor of its pass rush.

14. Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

Chicago double dips at the edge rusher position. It is a premium position and the team could not address every area of weakness this year.

MORE: Continue reading our latest Chicago Bears Mock Draft Roundup

We currently have mock draft roundups for all teams that have a first-round pick in 2024. Links to each team's mock draft roundup is below.

TeamMock Draft Roundup
Arizona CardinalsArizona Cardinals Mock Draft Roundup
Atlanta FalconsAtlanta Falcons Mock Draft Roundup
Baltimore RavensBaltimore Ravens Mock Draft Roundup
Buffalo BillsBuffalo Bills Mock Draft Roundup
Chicago BearsChicago Bears Mock Draft Roundup
Cincinnati BengalsCincinnati Bengals Mock Draft Roundup
Dallas CowboysDallas Cowboys Mock Draft Roundup
Denver BroncosDenver Broncos Mock Draft Roundup
Detroit LionsDetroit Lions Mock Draft Roundup
Green Bay PackersGreen Bay Packers Mock Draft Roundup
Houston TexansHouston Texans Mock Draft Roundup
Jacksonville JaguarsJacksonville Jaguars Mock Draft Roundup
Indianapolis ColtsIndianapolis Colts Mock Draft Roundup
Kansas City ChiefsKansas City Chiefs Mock Draft Roundup
Las Vegas RaidersLas Vegas Raiders Mock Draft Roundup
Los Angeles ChargersLos Angeles Chargers Mock Draft Roundup
Los Angeles RamsLos Angeles Rams Mock Draft Roundup
Miami DolphinsMiami Dolphins Mock Draft Roundup
Minnesota VikingsMinnesota Vikings Mock Draft Roundup
New England PatriotsNew England Patriots Mock Draft Roundup
New Orleans SaintsNew Orleans Saints Mock Draft Roundup
New York GiantsNew York Giants Mock Draft Roundup
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Philadelphia EaglesPhiladelphia Eagles Mock Draft Roundup
Pittsburgh SteelersPittsburgh Steelers Mock Draft Roundup
San Franisco 49ersSan Francisco 49ers Mock Draft Roundup
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Tampa Bay BuccaneersTampa Bay Buccaneers Mock Draft Roundup
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2023 NFL Draft Grades

Updated: April 30, 2023

The 2023 NFL Draft is now in the rearview mirror, and soon we will turn our attention to the 2024 NFL Draft.

Before that point, however, it's time for an initial reaction to what happened this past weekend. Who were the winners and losers of the 2023 NFL Draft?

While we believe that the best measurement of the success of a draft class is done after a few years, we've compiled draft grades from a variety of sites and used their grades to arrive a consensus GPA for all teams.

MORE: 2023 NFL Strength of Schedule

1Philadelphia Eagles3.97A-AA+A+A+A+A+A+A+
2Pittsburgh Steelers3.84AB+AA+B+AA+A+A
3Seattle Seahawks3.78A-AA-AB+AAB+A+
4Indianapolis Colts3.74ABA-A+A-B+A+A+A
5Chicago Bears3.59A-B+BB+A-B+AAA

Continue for full chart of consensus 2023 NFL Draft Grades

2023 NFL Draft Results

Below are the full results of the 2023 NFL Draft.

1Carolina PanthersBryce YoungQBAlabama
2Houston TexansC.J. StroudQBOhio State
3Houston TexansWill Anderson Jr.EDGEAlabama
4Indianapolis ColtsAnthony RichardsonQBFlorida
5Seattle SeahawksDevon WitherspoonCBIllinois

MORE: Full results of the 2023 NFL Draft

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