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2024 NFL Draft Comprehensive Eligibility Database - December 22, 2023


(Jayden Daniels / QB / LSU)


Introducing the 2024 SNS Comprehensive Draft Eligibility Tracking Database!

 

Over the three decades of scouting that has been conducted by SNS, a constant issue has been compiling a complete list of draft prospects each year and that process is more difficult than one may assume.  The NFL Network has a feature on day 3 of the draft where they take Twitter (X) requests called "Stump the Truck" where viewers provide a name of a draft prospect and the production truck conducts a search of their database and play video of said player. Viewers of NFL Network over the last decade or so know that typically the truck does get stumped. Why? Because there is no comprehensive database available. To understand why, is to know that only underclassmen have to declare for the draft. Any prospect that has used up four years of eligibility (without using a redshirt year) are automatically eligible for selection. There is then a separate mechanism for tracking fifth - seventh year college entrants and the Special Eligibility declarations made by underclassmen. And the icing on this cake? Only Special Eligibility declarations are tracked, on a list, by the NFL!

 

Nature abhors a vacuum and so in consistency with that thought comes the SNS Comprehensive Draft Eligibility Database! SNS scours the internet, social media, and broadcast media to put together a thorough list of seniors (regardless of year) and early entrants (underclassmen) to put together what is possibly the most researched list of draft entrants available. No list will be fool-proof but SNS endeavors to compile the most accurate list possible.

 

The 2024 NFL Draft is scheduled to be held in Detroit from April 25 – 27.

 

Any college player who has completed four years of eligibility, without using a redshirt year, will automatically be considered eligible, unless they request removal from draft eligibility by February 2.

 

Underclassmen must be three years removed from high school to be eligible for April’s draft. There is a soft deadline of January 5 for purposes of filling All-Star game rosters (e.g. Hula, Shrine, and Senior Bowls) and the list will be shared with all 32 teams and the public on January 9. The final deadline for underclassmen to declare is January 15 and the official list of declared underclassmen will be released to all NFL teams and the public on January 19.

 

NOTABLE DRAFT ENTRANTS

 

Potential First Round Prospects 


QB -Drake Maye / UNC. Michael Pratt / Tulane. Jayden Daniels / LSU.

RB - Audric Estime / Notre Dame.

WR - Johnny Wilson / Florida State. Troy Franklin / Oregon. Devontez Walker / UNC.

OT - Joe Alt / Notre Dame. Jordan Morgan / Arizona. Patrick Paul / Tulane.

IOL - Cooper Beebe / Kansas State. Christian Mahogany / Boston College. Sedrick Van Pran / Georgia.

EDGE - Chop Robinson / Penn State. Jared Verse / Florida State. Laiatu Latu / UCLA.

IDL - Johnny Newton / Illinois. Ruke Orhorhoro / Clemson. T'Vondre Sweat / Texas.

LB - Cedric Gray / UNC.

CB - Dwight McGlothern / Arkansas. Renardo Green / Florida State. Quincy Riley / Louisville.

S - Cole Bishop / Utah. Kenny Logan / Kansas. Kamren Kinchens / Miami, Fl.





Position`

PROSPECT

COLLEGE

QB

Spencer Rattler

South Carolina


Michael Pratt

Tulane


Kurtis Rourke

Ohio


Austin Reed

Western Kentucky


Devin Leary

Kentucky


Drake Maye

North Carolina


Jayden Daniels

LSU


Joe Milton

Tennessee


Taulia Tagovailoa

Maryland




RB

Dylan Laube

New Hampshire


Ray Davis

Kentucky


Jawhar Jordan

Louisville


Isaiah Davis

South Dakota State


MarShawn Lloyd

USC


Braelon Allen

Wisconsin


Miyan Williams

Ohio State


Frank Gore

Southern Mississippi


Jaden Shirden

Monmouth


Rasheen Ali

Marshall


Emani Bailey

TCU


Bucky Irving

Oregon


Jaylen Wright

Tennessee


Marshawn Lloyd

USC


Audric Estime

Notre Dame


Kay'Ron Lynch-Adams

UMASS


WR

Ricky Pearsall

Florida


Devaughn Vele

Utah


Lideatrick Griffin

Mississippi State


Johnny Wilson

Florida State


Brenden Rice

USC


Luke McCaffrey

Rice


Tahj Washington

USC


Jha'Quan Jackson

Tulane


Malik Washington

Virginia


Isaiah Williams

Illinois


Javon Antonio

Colorado


Troy Franklin

Oregon


Devontez Walker

North Carolina


Jamari Thrash

Louisville


TE

Ben Sinnott

Kansas State


Jaheim Bell (FB)

Florida State


Tip Reiman

Illinois


Theo Johnson

Penn State


Dallin Holker

Colorado State


OT

Garret Greenfield

South Dakota State


Anim Dankwa

Howard


Julian Pearl

Illinois


Nathan Thomas

Louisiana


Josiah Ezirim

Eastern Kentucky


Jalen Sundell

North Dakota State


Tyler Guyton

Oklahoma


Jordan Morgan

Arizona


Joe Alt

Notre Dame


Donovan Jennings

South Florida


Kaitori "KT" Leveston

Kansas State


Caeden Wallace

Penn State


Troy Fautanu (OG)

Washington


Taliese Fuaga

Oregon State


Brandon Coleman (OG)

TCU


Patrick Paul

Tulane


IOL

Cooper Beebe

Kansas State


Mason McCormick

South Dakota State


Beaux Limmer

Arkansas


Christian Mahogany

Boston College


Kingsley Egukan

Florida


CJ Hanson

Holy Cross


Dylan McMahon

North Carolina State


Kenneth Horsey

Kentucky


Mike Katic

Indiana


Nick Samac

Michigan State


Hunter Nourzad

Penn State


Patrick Willis

TCU


Andrew Raym

Oklahoma


Jackson Powers-Johnson

Oregon


Layden Robinson

Texas A&M


Matt Goncalves

Pittsburgh


Sedrick Van Pran

Georgia


Sataoa Laumea (OT)

Utah


EDGE

Chop Robinson

Penn State


Jalyx Hunt (LB)

Houston Christian


David Ugwoegbu

Houston


Khalid Duke

Kansas State


Brennan Jackson

Washington State


Trajan Jeffcoat

Arizona State


Eyabi Okie-Anoma

Charlotte


Xavier Thomas

Clemson


Sundiata Anderson

Grambling


Javontae Jean-Baptiste

Notre Dame


Jared Verse

Florida State


Adisa Isaac

Penn State


Marshawn Kneeland

Western Michigan


Laiatu Latu

UCLA


IDL

Keith Randolph

Illinois


Johnny Newton (EDGE)

Illinois


Gabe Hall

Baylor


Evan Anderson

FAU


Leonard Taylor

Miami (Fl)


Logan Lee

Iowa


Jaden Crumedy

Mississippi State


McKinley Jackson

Texas A&M


Jalen Sami

Michigan State


Jordan Jefferson

LSU


Zion Logue

Georgia


Marcus Harris

Auburn


Ruke Orhorhoro

Clemson


DeWayne Carter

Duke


T'Vondre Sweat

Texas


LB

Jontrey Hunter

Georgia State


JD Bertrand

Notre Dame


Myles Cole

Texas Tech


Tyrice Knight

UTEP


Jeremiah Trotter

Clemson


Marist Liufau

Notre Dame


Nathaniel Watson

Mississippi State


Edgerrin Cooper

Texas A&M


Cedric Gray

North Carolina


Aaron Casey

Indiana


Derrick McLendon

Colorado


Tommy Eichenberg

Ohio State


Trevin Wallace

Kentucky


CB

Myles Harden

South Dakota


Ro Torrence

Arizona State


Marcellas Dial

South Carolina


Nate Wiggins

Clemson


Max Melton

Rutgers


Quinton Newsome

Nebraska


Dwight McGlothern

Arkansas


Deantre Prince

Ole Miss


Jarius Monroe

Tulane


Jarrian Jones

Florida State


Renardo Green

Florida State


MJ Devonshire

Pittsburgh


Christian Roland-Wallace

USC


Beanie Bishop

West Virginia


Kris Abrams-Draine

Missouri


Quincy Riley

Louisville


S

Dadrion Taylor-Demerson

Texas Tech


Mark Perry

TCU


Cole Bishop

Utah


Omar Brown

Nebraska


Sione Vaki

Utah


Kenny Logan

Kansas


Trey Taylor

Air Force


Domonique Hampton

Washington


Jaylin Simpson

Auburn


Beau Brade

Maryland


Kamren Kinchens

Miami, Fl


James Williams

Miami, Fl


Specialists

Ryan Rekhow (P)

BYU


Joe Shimko (LS)

North Carolina State


Matthew Hayball (P)

Vanderbilt


Cam Little (K)

Arkansas








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