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PFF's Mock Draft Simulator: Most-picked 2024 NFL Draft prospects for every team

• Green Bay Packers fans have sights set on safety Tyler Nubin: The Minnesota product is the 25th-ranked player on the PFF big board and the preferred pick for the Packers with both of their second-round selections.

• The class' wide receiver depth is evident: Eleven selections in the third round in PFF’s Mock Draft Simulator are wide receivers.

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PFF’s Mock Draft Simulator provides a look into how most fans are drafting for their favorite NFL teams. There is still a ways to go until the 2024 NFL Draft, but some fanbases are already planting their flag in specific positions and players.

Here, we look at four takeaways from the PFF Mock Draft Simulator data, along with every team’s most-picked player in Rounds 1 and 2 and their most-drafted position in Round 3.


Olu Fashanu and Terrion Arnold are missing team fits in Round 1

Three names you won’t find on the list below are Penn State offensive tackle Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Texas interior defender Byron Murphy II and Alabama cornerback Terrion Arnold. This doesn’t mean these players won’t be drafted in the first round — it would be stunning for any of them to fall into Round 2.

What it does tell us, though, is where they are viewed among similarly ranked prospects by fans. Tennessee Titans fans would rather draft Notre Dame’s Joe Alt over Fashanu, Las Vegas Raiders fans would rather draft Toledo’s Quinyon Mitchell over Arnold, and multiple fanbases prefer IllinoisJer'Zhan Newton over Murphy.


Green Bay Packers fans are set on Tyler Nubin

Packers fans most frequently select Duke offensive lineman Graham Barton with the 25th overall pick, but when he is not available, they usually opt for Minnesota safety Tyler Nubin. The 25th-ranked player on the PFF big board, and one of only two safeties in the top 50, is their preferred pick with both of their second-rounders, too, so it’s clear that Packers fans would love to add the player who recorded a career-high 89.2 PFF grade in 2023.


Pittsburgh Steelers fans are eyeing a center

One of the most common pairings in media mock drafts is the Steelers with Oregon center Jackson Powers-Johnson in the first round, and that is mirrored in PFF’s Mock Draft Simulator 34.7% of the time. When they miss out on him in Round 1, they target West Virginia’s Zach Frazier at the position in Round 2. It’s very possible that both could be gone by the Steelers' picks in those rounds, though, so this could be a situation where we see the team draft Frazier with the 20th overall selection.


11 teams would take a WR in Round 3, 10 would select a DI

The 2024 NFL Draft features a deep wide receiver class, which is reflected in how often fans are drafting the position in the third round in PFF’s Mock Draft Simulator. The position is the top pick for 11 selections in Round 3. That should be an indication that wide receivers are going to fly off the board.

The other position with double-digit selections in the third round is interior defender. Fans of teams with a need up front are hoping players like Oregon’s Brandon Dorlus and Texas' T’Vondre Sweat fall down the order.


Round 1

  1. Chicago Bears (from Carolina Panthers): QB Caleb Williams, USC
  2. Washington Commanders: QB Drake Maye, North Carolina
  3. New England Patriots: QB Jayden Daniels, LSU
  4. Arizona Cardinals: WR Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State
  5. Los Angeles Chargers: WR Malik Nabers, LSU
  6. New York Giants: WR Rome Odunze, Washington
  7. Tennessee Titans: T Joe Alt, Notre Dame
  8. Atlanta Falcons: EDGE Dallas Turner, Alabama
  9. Chicago Bears: WR Rome Odunze, Washington
  10. New York Jets: T Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State
  11. Minnesota Vikings: QB J.J. McCarthy, Michigan
  12. Denver Broncos: QB Bo Nix, Oregon
  13. Las Vegas Raiders: CB Quinyon Mitchell, Toledo
  14. New Orleans Saints: OL Troy Fautanu, Washington
  15. Indianapolis Colts: CB Quinyon Mitchell, Toledo
  16. Seattle Seahawks: EDGE Jared Verse, Florida State
  17. Jacksonville Jaguars: CB Nate Wiggins, Clemson
  18. Cincinnati Bengals: OL Troy Fautanu, Washington
  19. Los Angeles Rams: DI Jer’Zhan Newton, Illinois
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers: C Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon
  21. Miami Dolphins: T JC Latham, Alabama
  22. Philadelphia Eagles: CB Cooper DeJean, Iowa
  23. Minnesota Vikings (from Houston Texans via Cleveland Browns): DI Jer’Zhan Newton, Illinois
  24. Dallas Cowboys: C Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon
  25. Green Bay Packers: OL Graham Barton, Duke
  26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: EDGE Laiatu Latu, UCLA
  27. Arizona Cardinals (from Houston Texans): DI Jer’Zhan Newton, Illinois
  28. Buffalo Bills: WR Adonai Mitchell, Texas
  29. Detroit Lions: CB Kool-Aid McKinstry, Alabama
  30. Baltimore Ravens: WR Adonai Mitchell, Texas
  31. San Francisco 49ers: T Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma
  32. Kansas City Chiefs: WR Ladd McConkey, Georgia

    Round 2

  33. Carolina Panthers: WR Ladd McConkey, Georgia
  34. New England Patriots: WR Ladd McConkey, Georgia
  35. Arizona Cardinals: S Tyler Nubin, Minnesota
  36. Washington Commanders: LB Payton Wilson, NC State
  37. Los Angeles Chargers: C Zach Frazier, West Virginia
  38. Tennessee Titans: OL Jordan Morgan, Arizona
  39. Carolina Panthers (from New York Giants): LB Payton Wilson, NC State
  40. Washington Commanders (from Chicago Bears): OL Jordan Morgan, Arizona
  41. Green Bay Packers (from New York Jets): S Tyler Nubin, Minnesota
  42. Houston Texans (from Minnesota Vikings): DI Braden Fiske, Florida State
  43. Atlanta Falcons: CB T.J. Tampa, Iowa State
  44. Las Vegas Raiders: QB Bo Nix, Oregon
  45. New Orleans Saints: QB Bo Nix, Oregon
  46. Indianapolis Colts: S Tyler Nubin, Minnesota
  47. New York Giants (from Seattle Seahawks): QB Michael Penix Jr., Washington
  48. Jacksonville Jaguars: CB Kool-Aid McKinstry, Alabama
  49. Cincinnati Bengals: DI Braden Fiske, Florida State
  50. Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans Saints): CB Kool-Aid McKinstry, Alabama
  51. Pittsburgh Steelers: C Zach Frazier, West Virginia
  52. Los Angeles Rams: S Tyler Nubin, Minnesota
  53. Philadelphia Eagles: S Javon Bullard, Georgia
  54. Cleveland Browns: DI Kris Jenkins, Michigan
  55. Miami Dolphins: DI Braden Fiske, Florida State
  56. Dallas Cowboys: C Zach Frazier, West Virginia
  57. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: C Zach Frazier, West Virginia
  58. Green Bay Packers: S Tyler Nubin, Minnesota
  59. Houston Texans: WR Xavier Legette, South Carolina
  60. Buffalo Bills: DI Braden Fiske, Florida State
  61. Detroit Lions: C Zach Frazier, West Virginia
  62. Baltimore Ravens: OL Jordan Morgan, Arizona
  63. San Francisco 49ers: OL Jordan Morgan, Arizona
  64. Kansas City Chiefs: DI Braden Fiske, Florida State


    Round 3

  65. Carolina Panthers: Wide Receiver
  66. Arizona Cardinals: Wide Receiver
  67. Washington Commanders: Linebacker
  68. New England Patriots: Cornerback
  69. Los Angeles Chargers: Defensive Interior
  70. New York Giants: Wide Receiver
  71. Arizona Cardinals (from Tennessee Titans): Wide Receiver
  72. New York Jets: Wide Receiver
  73. Detroit Lions (from Minnesota Vikings): Defensive Interior
  74. Atlanta Falcons: Wide Receiver 
  75. Chicago Bears: Edge Defender
  76. Denver Broncos: Wide Receiver
  77. Las Vegas Raiders: Linebacker
  78. Washington Commanders (from Seattle Seahawks): Offensive Tackle
  79. Atlanta Falcons (from Jacksonville Jaguars): Edge Defender
  80. Cincinnati Bengals: Defensive Interior
  81. Seattle Seahawks (from New Orleans Saints): Quarterback
  82. Indianapolis Colts: Linebacker
  83. Los Angeles Rams: Linebacker
  84. Pittsburgh Steelers: Safety
  85. Cleveland Browns: Wide Receiver
  86. Houston Texans (from Philadelphia Eagles): Defensive Interior
  87. Dallas Cowboys: Defensive Interior
  88. Green Bay Packers: Wide Receiver
  89. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Running Back
  90. Arizona Cardinals (from Houston Texans): Defensive Interior
  91. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo Bills): Linebacker
  92. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Detroit Lions): Linebacker
  93. Baltimore Ravens: Defensive Interior
  94. San Francisco 49ers: Offensive Tackle
  95. Kansas City Chiefs: Defensive Interior
  96. Jacksonville Jaguars: Cornerback
  97. Cincinnati Bengals: Defensive Interior
  98. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Philadelphia Eagles): Wide Receiver
  99. Los Angeles Rams: Defensive Interior
  100. Washington Commanders (from San Francisco 49ers): Wide Receiver
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