2024 NFL Mock Draft 7 rounds

The 2024 NFL Mock Draft with a random draft order. Only a few of these players have played a down in college football and this mock draft is purely speculation based on high school results and camps. The 2024 NFL Draft location and date has not been announced yet.

Round 1

1 Atlanta Falcons Jack Swayer DE 6'5" 220 Ohio State
2 Detroit Lions Caleb Williams QB 6'1" 210 Oklahoma
3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tony Grimes CB 6'0" 180 North Carolina
4 Miami Dolphins JC Latham OT 6'6" 305 Alabama
5 Denver Broncos Tommy Brockermeyer OT 6'6" 283 Alabama
6 Indianapolis Colts Leonard Taylor DT 6'4" 255 Undecided
7 Jacksonville Jaguars J.T. Tuimoloau DE 6'5" 277 Undecided
8 Chicago Bears Tristan Leigh OT 6'5" 270 Undecided
9 New York Jets Dallas Turner DE 6'4" 235 Alabama
10 Los Angeles Chargers Drake Maye QB 6'5" 210 North Carolina
11 Carolina Panthers Xavian Sorey LB 6'3" 214 Undecided
12 Cincinnati Bengals Korey Foreman DE 6'4" 265 Undecided
13 Philadelphia Eagles Amarius Mims OT 6'7" 315 Undecided
14 Las Vegas Raiders Nolan Rucci OT 6'8" 295 Undecided
15 Washington Demeioun Robinson DE 6'3" 220 Maryland

16 Arizona Cardinals Wyatt Milum OT 6'6" 273 West Virginia
17 Cleveland Browns Dylan Brooks DE 6'5" 240 Tennessee
18 Green Bay Packers Jordan Hancock CB 6'1" 170 Clemson
19 New York Giants Troy Franklin WR 6'2" 170 Oregon
20 Los Angeles Rams Donovan Jackson OG 6'4" 308 Ohio State
21 Dallas Cowboys Chris Braswell DE 6'3" 220 Alabama
22 Pittsburgh Steelers Terrance Lewis LB 6'1" 200 Tennessee
23 Tennessee Titans Michael Mayer TE 6'4" 232 Notre Dame
24 Minnesota Vikings Arian Smith WR 6'1" 170 Georgia
25 Buffalo Bills Curtis Jacobs LB 6'2" 220 Penn State
26 Kansas City Chiefs Ga'Quincy McKinstry CB 6'0" 172 Undecided
27 Houston Texans Jacorey Brooks WR 6'3" 185 Alabama
28 Seattle Seahawks Alfred Collins DE 6'5" 284 Texas
29 New England Patriots Nyland Green CB 6'2" 183 Undecided
30 New Orleans Saints Tosh Baker OT 6'7" 271 Notre Dame
31 Baltimore Ravens Smael Mondon LB 6'3" 220 Undecided
32 San Francisco 49ers Walker Parks OT 6'5" 275 Clemson

Oct 9, 2022; Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey (22) reacts in the first quarter at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

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Matt Rhule’s vision never came to pass with the Panthers, and following his dismissal as head coach, the franchise is ready to close this ugly chapter and start fresh. The first step came Thursday when the team traded Christian McCaffrey to the San Francisco 49ers for a slew of NFL Draft picks. What will they do with this added draft capital?

Panthers Waste NFL Draft Picks on Numerous Trades

In two separate moves over the past two offseasons, Matt Rhule acquired Sam Darnold and Baker Mayfield. Darnold failed to be anything more than an inconsistent game manager. The same can be said about Mayfield in 2022.

Combining those two trades, the Panthers ultimately traded a second, a fourth, and a sixth-round pick. They also owe Cleveland a fifth-rounder that could become a fourth if Baker Mayfield sees enough action. Phew… that is rough. It is not all, though.

The team’s 2023 third and sixth-rounders belong to the New England Patriots. The Panthers traded their 2023 third-rounder to move up in the 2022 NFL Draft to take QB Matt Corral; the sixth is from the Stephon Gilmore trade. Carolina also will be without their seventh-round pick, which goes to Jacksonville to complete the Laviska Shenault trade.

Poorly thought-out trades highlight why the Panthers are where they are. However, San Francisco just extended them a lifeline with this McCaffrey trade package.

San Francisco 49ers Acquire Christian McCaffrey from the Carolina Panthers

Whoever the franchise hires as Matt Rhule’s replacement will have an assortment of NFL Draft picks to work with. The Panthers entered Thursday with only four picks in the 2023 NFL Draft; they nearly doubled that with the McCaffrey trade.

The San Francisco 49ers (already without a first-round pick) sent a second, third, and fourth in 2023. The Panthers also received a fifth-rounder in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Full terms:
— The #49ers get star RB Christian McCaffrey.
— The #Panthers get a 2nd round pick in 2023, a third-rounder in 2023, and a fourth-round pick in 2023. Plus, a fifth-rounder in 2024.


— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 21, 2022

For what it’s worth, they have performed well when on the clock. The franchise has landed some strong, young players in the NFL Draft: Jeremy Chinn, Derrick Brown, Jaycee Horn, Tommy Tremble, Brady Christensen, Ikem Ekwonu, and even more came from the past three draft classes.

Adding that ascending talent to the likes of Brian Burns and DJ Moore shows that the roster is better than given credit for. That being said, these two veterans have a real chance to follow Christian McCaffrey out the door, either at the deadline or next offseason.

Life After Christian McCaffrey; Seven-Round Mock Draft

The uncertainty of what’s next for the Carolina Panthers will loom over the franchise until they land a new leader in the locker room. Trading away a beloved player like Christian McCaffrey is never easy to do. The good news is that whoever they tab as their next head coach, they’ll have plenty to work with.

It’s never too early to take a look ahead at the upcoming NFL Draft as a beacon of hope. Especially after a team makes a monster trade to acquire four draft picks (three in 2023).

The Panthers own the worst record in the NFL and would pick No. 1 overall in the 2023 NFL Draft if it took place today. They are the league’s only 1-5 team, and it’s hard to see the season turning around for them, barring a miracle.

We will work under the assumption that Carolina maintains the top pick in the draft. What should they do with their new picks to help accelerate the rebuild? Let’s find out in this Panthers’ seven-round mock draft!

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Who has the first pick in the 2024 NFL draft?

Round 1. Cleveland → Houston (PD). Cleveland traded first- and fourth-round selections to Houston alongside 2022 first- and fourth-round selections, and 2023 first- and third-round selections in exchange for quarterback Deshaun Watson and a sixth-round selection.

Who has the most draft picks in 2023?

Houston will have the most draft picks in the 2023 NFL Draft with 12, including two in the first round. The team owns the Cleveland Browns' first-rounder, which currently sits at No. 13 overall.

Who are the top prospects for the 2023 NFL draft?

2023 NFL Draft midseason rankings: The top 50 prospects in college football.
Cam Smith, CB, South Carolina* ... .
Antonio Johnson, SAF, Texas A&M* ... .
Zach Harrison, edge, Ohio State. ... .
BJ Ojulari, edge, LSU* ... .
Clark Phillips III, CB, Utah* ... .
Tucker Kraft, TE, South Dakota State* ... .
Jared Verse, edge, Florida State*.

Who has the first pick in the 2023 NFL draft?

They also have Cleveland's first, which sits No. 7, and five of the team's 12(!) draft picks are presently slotted to be within the top 70. ... 1. Houston trades No. 1 to Carolina for Nos. 2 and 35, and a 2024 third..