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Five-round 2024 NFL mock drafts for all 32 teams

The 2024 NFL Draft is fast approaching. As more and more teams are eliminated from playoff contention, fans and front offices alike will move their focus from the glory of the Lombardi Trophy to the hope of a successful draft.

Over the last several weeks, PFF has started to map out the NFL draft landscape, mocking the first five rounds for a number of teams with the help of the PFF mock draft 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 into the players each franchise should be targeting.

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Arizona Cardinals

• Round 1, Pick 4: *Trade* T Olu Fashanu, Penn State: The Cardinals should use the No. 1 pick this year to build around Kyler Murray in the form of acquiring more premium draft picks in the following offseasons.

• Round 1, Pick 15: CB Nate Wiggins, Clemson: The Cardinals secondary has a few nice players, including Garrett Williams and Kei’Trel Clark, both of whom can grow into starters (Clark as a slot). Nonetheless, they could still stand to make a big splash for a potential CB1.

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Atlanta Falcons

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Baltimore Ravens

• Round 1, Pick 32: WR AD Mitchell, TexasMitchell’s finesse and movement skills bode well for red-zone efficiency, and he is a good sideline receiver.

• Round 2, Pick 64: CB Caelen Carson, Wake ForestHe’s a bit limited in long speed, but he can trigger downhill fast, especially when he anticipates. He is also one of the more fearless run-defending cornerbacks in the class.

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Buffalo Bills

• Round 1, Pick 14: WR Keon Coleman, Florida State — The 6-foot-4, 215-pound Coleman has the body type and playstyle of a true alpha X receiver, and he came down with some of the most eye-popping contested catches in college football this season.

• Round 2, Pick 46: Edge Chris Braswell, Alabama — The 6-foot-3, 255-pound senior enjoyed a career year in 2023, earning an 88.6 pass-rush grade and leading the Tide in total pressures with 54.

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Carolina Panthers

• Round 2, Pick 33: WR Ladd McConkey, Georgia — The Georgia product is just 5-foot-11 and 185 pounds, measurements that tell you he’ll play most of his snaps in the slot in the pros, but don’t let that be a reason to sleep on him. He has the quickness to succeed from the slot, but he also has legit deep speed and can be a vertical threat as an outside or inside receiver.

• Round 3, Pick 65: EDGE Jack Sawyer, Ohio State — Sawyer's pass-rush win percentage is lower, so he may never be a takeover type of pass-rusher. But he’s a three-down player at the next level and the kind of high-floor edge player Carolina needs.

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Chicago Bears

• Round 1, Pick 4: WR Malik Nabers, LSU (via trade with the Washington Commanders) — Nabers moves differently from his peers. He has an incredible ability to continue to speed up while changing directions, and that has made him a separation artist. The 6-foot, 200-pound receiver earned a 93.5 PFF receiving grade this season, the highest mark in the nation.

• Round 1, Pick 5: EDGE Dallas Turner, Alabama — At 6-foot-4, 252 pounds, Turner has the best combination of athletic ability and pass-rush traits of any edge prospect in this class. He has a great first step that he pairs with a strong long-arm move.

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Cincinnati Bengals

Round 1, Pick 18: OT Amarius Mims, Georgia He has a very alluring build at 6-foot-7, 340 pounds with great length and movement skills to improve the Bengals upfront.

• Round 2 Pick 49: TE Ja'Tavion Sanfers, TexasJust because they will likely miss out on Brock Bowers doesn’t mean the tight end draft dream is dead. Sanders recorded 76.1 and 78.9 PFF receiving grades in each of the last two years, with 38 explosive plays of 15 yards or more.

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Cleveland Browns

• Round 2, Pick 55: WR Xavier Worthy, TexasThe Browns need another impact wide receiver, one with speed, and Worthy's footwork, acceleration, one-cut speed and vertical speed must be accounted for on every play.

• Round 5, Pick 138: LB Tommy Eichenberg, Ohio StateEichenberg is a smart, experienced linebacker, and while he is limited athletically, he could be used in more of a downhill role next to Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah.

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Dallas Cowboys

• Round 1, Pick 22: T JC Latham, Alabama: Latham is listed at 6-foot-6 and 360 pounds, ranking in the 61st and 98th percentiles, respectively.

• Round 3, Pick 86: DI T'Vondre Sweat, TexasHe currently has a 91.9 overall grade and a 90.9 run-defense grade, stemming from 21 solo stops in run defense and an average depth of tackle of 0.22 yards.

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Denver Broncos

•  Round 1, Pick 12: QB Bo Nix, OregonNix is a different player from his Auburn days. He earned a 92.7 PFF passing grade this past season with a 91.2 PFF passing grade under pressure.

•  Round 3, Pick 76: LB Junior Colson, MichiganAt 6-foot-3 and 247 pounds, he is a good blend of both strength and speed. He recorded an 83.4 PFF coverage grade this season.

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Detroit Lions

• Round 1, Pick 30: CB Quinyon Mitchell, ToledoMitchell posted elite coverage grades in both 2022 and 2023 and forced the most incompletions (36) of any cornerback in the FBS during that time.

• Round 2, Pick 62: DI Ruke Orhorhoro, ClemsonOrhorhoro can complement Alim McNeill as someone who can get on the field early in run defense and then develop into more of a pass rusher throughout his rookie season.

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Green Bay Packers

• Round 1, Pick 13: OT Taliese Fuaga, Oregon StateFuaga burst onto the scene this year. He earned an 80.4 overall grade in 2022 before jumping to an 89.0-plus mark in 2023.

• Round 2, Pick 45: S Calen Bullock, USCThe Packers need an impact player in their secondary, especially at safety, and Bullock has some of the best ball production of any safety in college football.

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Houston Texans

• Round 1, Pick 24: WR Adonai Mitchell, Texas — Mitchell gives Houston a boost in talent level, no matter how you slice it. He is a smooth route runner for a 6-foot-4 receiver, as evidenced by his 73rd-percentile separation percentage against single coverage.

• Round 2, Pick 48: LB Jeremiah Trotter Jr., Clemson — Linebacker feels like one of the most — if not the most — pressing needs for this team. The 2024 linebacker class isn’t very deep, but Trotter is one of the few in the class with starting potential coming out of college.

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Indianapolis Colts

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Jacksonville Jaguars

• Round 1, Pick 26: OT Graham Barton, Duke — Barton plays left tackle for the Duke Blue Devils, but his long-term position in the NFL is likely at guard due to a lack of arm length.

• Round 2, Pick 58: WR Troy Franklin, Oregon — Franklin has been one of the most dynamic receivers in college football over the past two years, and adding new passing weapons for Trevor Lawrence should be a priority for Jacksonville in 2024.

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Kansas City Chiefs

• Round 1, Pick 25: WR AD Mitchell, TexasHe is the big-bodied, red-zone receiver the Chiefs are missing on the outside.

• Round 2, Pick 57: DI Mekhi Wingo, LSUGiven Chris Jones’ situation, and the fact that Derrick Nnadi is also a pending free agent, the Chiefs should attack the defensive line early in their upcoming draft class.

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Las Vegas Raiders

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Los Angeles Chargers

• Round 1, Pick 9: DI Jer'Zhan Newton, Illinois He earned an elite 91.5 run-defense grade in 2023 and has posted pass-rush above 82.0 in each of the past two seasons.

• Round 3, Pick 73: DI T'Vondre Sweat, Texas His specialty is run defense, as evidenced by his 91.7 run-defense grade this season. But his imposing size and strength also help him push the pocket as a pass-rusher.

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Los Angeles Rams

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Miami Dolphins

• Round 1, Pick 21: OT JC Latham, Alabama — His experience at right tackle would make him a plug-and-play option in year one with or without Terron Armstead.

• Round 2, Pick 53: IOL Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon — He’s 6-foot-3 and 320 pounds and a mauler in the run game with good movement skills.

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Minnesota Vikings

• Round 1, Pick 21: QB Jayden Daniels, LSU — The 2023 Heisman Trophy winner‘s season has been nothing short of sensational. He has earned a 91.9 passing grade with 29 big-time throws and 35 completions of 20 yards or more. That's impressive by anyone's standards, but the LSU signal-caller also boasts 1,200 rushing yards and a 91.8 rushing grade.

• Round 2, Pick 53: Dl Brandon Dorlus, Oregon —The versatile 6-foot-3, 290-pounder has not posted a PFF grade below 72.0 in his three years as a starter. As his weight suggests, he’s a more heavy-handed defensive end/defensive tackle, but he also possesses a good first step.

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New England Patriots

• Round 1, Pick 3: WR Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State — With Caleb Williams and Drake Maye now projected to go off the board early, New England takes the best non-quarterback in the draft.

• Round 2, Pick 35: QB Jayden Daniels, LSU — A quarterback change for the Patriots seems all but certain, and Daniels has earned an elite 91.2 passing grade in 2023.

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New Orleans Saints

• Round 1, Pick 9: T Joe Alt, Notre Dame — Alt has been a starter at left tackle since his true freshman season. At 6-foot-8, 320 pounds, he does not lack size for the position. He earned a 91.0 overall grade and a 92.2 pass-blocking grade this season.

• Round 2, Pick 47: Edge Landon Jackson, Arkansas — At 6-foot-7 and 280 pounds, Jackson can hold his own from a 4i alignment to a wide 9. His explosiveness at his size is impressive, and you could see him form more pass-rush plans as the 2023 college football season went on.

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New York Giants

• Round 1, Pick 4: T Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State — Fashanu is the top offensive tackle in the upcoming draft class and boasts elite size-movement skills. Drafting him to play opposite Andrew Thomas while kicking Neal inside could be the best vision for this New York offensive line.

• Round 4, Pick 104: QB Spencer Rattler, South Carolina — The Giants would be wise to invest in a developmental quarterback with the starting-caliber potential to play behind Daniel Jones next season — that is, of course, if they don’t take one in the first round to replace him immediately.

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New York Jets

• Round 1, Pick 11: OT Taliese Fuaga, Oregon StateFuaga might not have the fancy footwork of some of the other top offensive tackles in the class, but he makes do. He is a starting-caliber tackle and could help in New York's 2024 playoff push.

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

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Philadelphia Eagles

Round 1, Pick 28: WR Brian Thomas Jr., LSUThe 6-foot-4, 205-pound receiver is a true vertical threat with good explosiveness and speed for a player of his size.

Round 2, Pick 45: CB T.J. Tampa, Iowa StateTampa, listed at 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, has earned coverage grades of 81.6 and 78.4 over the past two seasons, respectively.

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Pittsburgh Steelers

• Round 1, Pick 23: Kamren Kinchens, Miami (Fla.): Kinchens has good size and athleticism and is an all-around type of defensive back, as evidenced by his diverse snap counts. He's played 203 snaps in the slot, 263 snaps as a box safety and 740 snaps as a free safety.

• Round 2, Pick 55: CB D.J. James, Auburn: James is a bit slender in his build at 6-foot-1 and 165 pounds, but his body control and movement skills are impressive and will 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 could be a Year 1 starter.

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San Francisco 49ers

• Round 1, Pick 26: CB Kamari Lassiter, Georgia — Cornerback could be one of the top needs for the Niners next April. In fact, 51.1% of mock draft simulator users are picking a corner with the 49ers' first selection.

• Round 2, Pick 58: T Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma — At 6-foot-7, 328 pounds, Guyton’s massive frame is tough to get around. He then makes it even tougher due to how explosive and fluid he is in his movements.

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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 would quickly help change those figures.

• Round 2, Pick 39: QB Shedeur Sanders, Colorado — He doesn’t have top-tier arm talent, but it is good enough for him to be a starter in the NFL if he declares this year.

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Tennessee Titans

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Washington Commanders

• 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 an elite pass-blocking grade. He has given up only one sack and four total pressures all year.

• Round 2, Pick 36: EDGE JT Tuimoloau, Ohio StateThe former five-star recruit already shows a good understanding of pass-rush moves. He knows the “why” of what moves to throw and creates pass-rush plans.

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