2024 NFL Draft position rankings: The top players at every position

The 2024 NFL Draft presents an exciting quarterback class full of notable names. It is led by USC's Caleb Williams, the 2022 Heisman Trophy winner and dynamic dual-threat quarterback.

At the top of the class, Williams is followed by Ohio State wide receiver  Marvin Harrison Jr., who would have been the best pass-catcher in the 2023 NFL Draft. Now as a draft-eligible junior, he's the crown jewel for any team in need of help at the position.

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The 2024 NFL Draft features a handful of quarterbacks with starting traits and the potential to be a franchise signal-caller.

The class is led by Caleb Williams and his out-of-structure magic, Jayden Daniels’ with his incredible dual-threat ability and Drake Maye and his gunslinger arm talent.

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The 2024 running back class may not have a Bijan Robinson or a Saquon Barkley to take at the top of the first round, but it does have some solid depth players.

Blake Corum has been one of the most productive backs in college football. Jonathon Brooks could be the next former Texas running back to secure a starting role in the NFL. Backs such as Trey Benson and Jaylen Wright bring pro-level athleticism to the position.

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It feels like we say this every year, but this is one of the deepest and most talented wide receiver classes of the last decade.

Marvin Harrison Jr.Malik Nabers and Rome Odunze stand atop the class, and we could see all three of those future WR1s go off the board in the top 10, though there will be plenty more pass-catchers to follow in the top 50 and 100.

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The 2024 tight end class is led by Brock Bowers, one of the most productive college tight ends we’ve ever graded.

Bowers should be a top-10 pick, but after that, there’s a decent gap between him and TE2. Ja'Tavion Sanders and Erick All could be called in the second round, and players such as Cade Stover and Ben Sinnott could be solid depth options for the middle rounds.

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In 2008, eight offensive tackles were drafted in the first round. The 2024 offensive tackle class has a chance to tie that number.

Joe Alt is the headliner of the group. The Notre Dame product won't go No. 1 overall, but his floor is very high as an all-around player. After Alt, there are some true maulers like Taliese Fuaga and Tyler Guyton, followed by some smooth-moving athletes like Olumuyiwa Fashanu and Amarius Mims.

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This interior offensive line group is strong enough at the top to get a few names into the first round.

Jackson Powers-JohnsonGraham Barton and Troy Fautanu can play multiple positions and project to starting roles sooner rather than later. But the group beyond them is decently strong, too, as Zach Frazier and Christian Haynes would make solid Day 2 picks.

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The interior defensive line group isn’t as deep as it has been in other draft classes, but that doesn’t mean it’s devoid of future starters.

Jer'Zhan Newton and Byron Murphy II seem to be first-round locks as 3-tech defensive tackles. But there are a handful of other interior players, ranging in skill set and size, who will be valuable for certain fronts.

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The edge rusher class doesn’t have an obvious top-five player, but you can find some nice prospects to like in the different tiers.

Tier 1 features three rushers — Dallas TurnerJared Verse and Laiatu Latu — who all win in different ways. Outside of them, there are numerous different types of edge rushers who could provide good depth for teams.

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This year’s linebacker class lacks a true first-round-caliber player. Guys like Payton WilsonJunior Colson and Edgerrin Cooper could all be LB1, depending on what teams are looking for. Overall, it is a weaker linebacker class with limited starting potential.

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The 2024 cornerback group could produce multiple starters at the NFL level.

Toledo‘s Quinyon Mitchell looks to be the odds-on favorite for the CB1 title, but players such as Terrion Arnold and Nate Wiggins could also be in that mix. Cooper DeJean is a multi-position defensive back who could be very high on certain boards. There will also be a handful of cornerbacks drafted outside of Round 1 who will be contributors.

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Like the linebacker class, the 2024 safety group doesn’t come with a lot of flash.

However, Minnesota‘s Tyler Nubin could sneak into the back of Round 1 as the first safety off the board. After him, it feels like it will be a specialized class, with teams drafting certain types of safeties who fit specific roles somewhere in the middle rounds.

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