Five-Round 2024 NFL Mock Drafts for All 32 Teams | NFL draft

Five-Round 2024 NFL Mock Drafts for All 32 Teams |  NFL draft

the 2024 NFL Draft Approaching fast. As more and more teams are eliminated from playoff contention, fans and front offices alike will shift their focus from Lombardi Trophy glory to the hope of draft success.

Over the past few weeks, PFF has begun mapping the NFL Draft, mocking up the first five rounds for a number of teams with the help of the PFF simulator. Click the links below to see your team’s five-round mock draft.

Editor’s note: The draft order may have changed since the iterations below, but this still gives a good look at which players each franchise should target.

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Arizona Cardinals

• First round, fourth pick: *Trade* Te Olu Fashanu, Penn State: The Cardinals should use the No. 1 pick this year to build around Kyler Murray in the form of obtaining more premium draft picks in the following seasons.

• Round 1, Pick 15: CB Nate Wiggins, Clemson: The Cardinals’ secondary features a few great players, including Garrett Williams and Kei’Trel Clark, both of whom could develop into starters (Clark as a slot). However, they could still go a long way in landing a potential CB1.

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Atlanta Falcons

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Baltimore Ravens

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Buffalo Bills

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Carolina Panthers

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Chicago Bears

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Cincinnati Bengals

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Cleveland Browns

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Dallas Cowboys

• First round, pick No. 22: TGC Latham, Alabama: Latham is listed at 6-foot-6 and 360 pounds, ranking 61st and 98th, respectively.

• Round 3, pick 86: DI T’Vondre Sweat, Texas: Currently has a 91.9 overall grade and a 90.9 grade in run defense, stemming from 21 solo stops in run defense and an average tackle depth of 0.22 yards.

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Denver Broncos

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Detroit Lions

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Green Bay Packers

• First round, pick No. 13: OT Tallis Fawagga, Oregon: Fawagga burst onto the scene this year. He earned an overall grade of 80.4 in 2022 before jumping to a mark of over 89.0 in 2023.

• Second round, pick No. 45: S. Callen Bullock, USC: The Packers need an impact player in the secondary, especially at safety, and Bullock has some of the best on-ball production ever in college football.

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houston texas

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Indianapolis Colts

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Jacksonville Jaguars

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Kansas City Chiefs

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las vegas raiders

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Los Angeles Chargers

First round, ninth pick: DI Jer’Zhan Newton, Illinois: Earned an elite 91.5 grade in run defense in 2023 and has posted pass rushing grades above 82.0 in each of the past two seasons.

• Round 3, Pick 73: D’Tfonder Swett, Texas: His specialty is run defense, as evidenced by his 91.7 grade in run defense this season. But his huge size and strength also help him push the pocket as an edge rusher.

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Los Angeles Rams

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Miami Dolphins

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Minnesota Vikings

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New England Patriots

• First round, third pick: WR Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State — With Caleb Williams and Drake May expected to come off the board early, New England gets the best non-quarterback in the draft.

• Second round, No. 35 pick: QB Jayden Daniels, LSU — A quarterback change for the Patriots appears to be a certainty, and Daniels has a passing grade of 91.2 in 2023.

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New Orleans Saints

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New York Giants

• First round, fourth pick: Te Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State — Fashanu is the top offensive tackle in the upcoming draft class and boasts elite size and movement skills. Drafting him to play opposite Andrew Thomas while kicking Neal inside may be the best vision for New York’s offensive line.

• Round 4, pick 104: QB Spencer Rattler, South Carlina – The Giants would be wise to invest in a developmental quarterback with the potential to play behind Daniel Jones next season – that is, of course, if they don’t take one in the first round and trade for him immediately.

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New York Jets

First round, pick No. 11: OT Tallis Foaga, Oregon State: Foaga may not have the impressive ability of some of the other top offensive tackles in his class, but he’s more than enough of that. He’s a high-caliber player who could help New York’s 2024 playoffs.

• Round 3, Pick 75: QB Michael Pratt, Tulane: He would be a great quarterback to draft and hide behind Rodgers for a season because it’s pretty clear that Zach Wilson is not the answer in that role.

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Philadelphia Eagles

Pittsburgh Steelers

Round 1, pick 23: S Kamren Kinchens, Miami (FL): Kinchens has good size, athleticism and is an all-around type of defensive back, as evidenced by his versatile moves. He played 203 snaps in the slot, 263 as a safety and 740 as a free safety.

Second round, pick 55: CB DJ James, Auburn: James is a bit thin in build at 6-foot-1 and 165 pounds, but his body control and movement skills are impressive and would suit man coverage. He has earned coverage grades of 85.7 and 89.2 over the past two seasons. He has the mentality and production of a guy who can be a first-year starter.

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San Francisco 49ers

• First round, pick 26: CB Kamari Lassiter, Georgia — Cornerback could be one of the Niners’ top needs next April. In fact, 51.1% of mock draft users select a cornerback with the 49ers’ first pick.

Second round, pick 58: T Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma At 6-foot-7 and 328 pounds, Guyton’s massive frame is tough to get around. Then it makes it even more difficult given how explosive he is and how fluid his movements are.

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Seattle Seahawks

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Round 1, Pick 7: EDGE Laiatu Latu, UCLA – The Buccaneers’ edge defender unit ranks 20th in sacks, 28th in pressures, and 28th in pass rush win percentage this season. Latu will quickly help change these numbers.

• Second round, pick No. 39: QB Shedeur Sanders, Colorado – He doesn’t have top-tier arm talent, but he’s good enough to be a starter in the NFL if he declares this year.

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Tennessee Titans

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Washington leaders

Round 1, Pick 7: T Joe Alt, Notre Dame: The 6-foot-8, 320-pound Alt has an elite overall grade this season, thanks to his elite pass-blocking grade. He gave up just one sack and four total pressures all year.

• Second round, No. 36 pick: EDGE JT Tuimoloau, Ohio State: The former five-star recruit already shows a good understanding of pass rush moves. He knows the “why” of what moves to throw and creates quick plans for the pass.

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