2024 NFL Draft Cheat Sheet: Top Five (#1-#5)

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The upcoming 2024 NFL Draft is shaping up to be an exciting event, especially in terms of the quarterback talent it showcases. At the forefront is Caleb Williams from USC, the recipient of the 2022 Heisman Trophy and a quarterback known for his versatility and dual-threat capabilities.

Not far behind in the rankings is Ohio State’s Marvin Harrison Jr., a wide receiver whose talent might have made him a top pick in the 2023 draft. Now eligible for the draft as a junior, he is a highly sought-after prospect for teams looking to strengthen their receiving corps.

Here are the top 75 prospects according to PFF’s analysis for the 2024 NFL Draft. For a comprehensive list of 250 players, complete with detailed player grades, positional rankings, and physical measurements, you can refer to PFF’s complete guide.

2024 NFL Draft

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  • 1. QB Caleb Williams, USC:Williams has consistently been a standout in college football for his ability to effectively move the ball both by passing and rushing. His ability to improvise and create plays makes him a highly desirable prospect for the NFL.
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  • 2. WR Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State: 
  • Harrison Jr.’s skills are reminiscent of his father, the legendary Marvin Harrison Sr., but with added physical advantages in height and weight. His advanced techniques, exceptional control over his body, dependable hands, and athletic prowess make him an ideal WR1 candidate.
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  • 3. QB Drake Maye, North Carolina: 
  • Maye displays the arm strength and accuracy necessary for the NFL, able to execute a wide range of throws with precision. While he tends to risk turnovers, his overall passing skills are impressive.
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  • 4. T Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State: 
  • Fashanu exhibits exceptional skills in pass protection, drawing comparisons to greats like Tyron Smith and Joe Thomas. Though his run-blocking could improve, he is a highly coveted prospect for his pass-blocking abilities.
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  • 5. TE Brock Bowers, Georgia: 
  • Bowers has been the top tight end in college for two consecutive seasons. While he may not be picked as early as Kyle Pitts, his dual abilities in blocking and receiving make him a standout prospect.

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