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SNS 2024 NFL Draft Friday Review & Final Day Preview

Second Round Results

33. Buffalo (from Carolina)

Keon Coleman / WR / Florida State

The Bills trade down twice and still get a top prospect in the FSU star. He has size, great hands, and leaping ability with elite body control. The former Michigan State WR fills a huge need in Buffalo.

34. LA Chargers (trade from New England)

Ladd McConkey / WR / Georgia

McConkey is the best route runner in this draft. He's quick, savvy, and tough. He looks to be either an outstanding slot receiver or a quaity #2 option on the outside in LA. Injuries have continuously been an issue in college.

35. Atlanta (trade from Arizona)

Ruke Orhorhoro / IDL / Clemson

Orhorhoro is a bit of a project but he has tremendous upside with length, strength, quickness, and burst to excel. If he develops, this will be a great pick. And his upside is very enticing - potential Hall of Fame ability.

36. Washington

Jer'Zhan "Johnny" Newton / IDL / Illinois

Newton has a fantastic combination of power, speed, and quickness. He's a force against the run and pass. The run on top shelf IDL has begun.

37. New England (trade from LA Chargers)

Ja'Lynn Polk / WR / Washington

A surprise pick here - he is SNS' #28 WR, ranked behind fellow Huskies WRs Odunze and McMillan. Polk has difficulty creating separation and ran slower than expected at the combine. He's a good leaper and is physically tough. Good player. Just seems like a reach.

38. Tennessee

T'Vondre Sweat / IDL / Texas

Sweat is huge and powerful. He resets the LOS consistently. He was charged with DWI in the off season and has serious weight issues. Combined with Simmons, the Outland Trophy winner, makes the Titans' run defense potentially impossible to run inside against.

39. LA Rams (from Carolina through NY Giants)

Braden Fiske / IDL / Florida State

The run on elite IDL continues with the ultra-quick, competitive, and nasty interior defender. He's quick and effective against both the run and pass. He lacks great length with unusually short arms but he can pressure the QB consistently.

40. Philadelphia (from Washington through Chicago)

Cooper DeJean / CB / Iowa

The Eagles have now selected SNS' two best CBs in this draft. DeJean has fantastic ball skills and is a pick six machine. He's fast and agile. He hopes to become the first white starting CB in the NFL since Jason Sehorn retired two decades ago. Absolute steal by Philly.

41. New Orleans (from Green Bay through NY Jets)

Kool Aid McKinstry / CB / Alabama

The Saints need to replenish the CB room and by selecting the Alabama All-American, they have succeeded. He's fast and highly competitive. His lack of ball production is a bit concerning.

42. Houston (from Minnesota)

Kamari Lassiter / CB / Georgia

A bit of a reach - SNS' #20 CB. Lassiter is highly experienced but has only average speed and is tight in the hips. He is highly instinctive and has a decent closing burst. But there were better CBs available.

43. Arizona (trade from Atlanta)

Max Melton / CB / Rutgers

Melton is a fantastic athlete with speed and fluidity. His instincts are solid but he can be fooled by a smart QB. He can play inside or cover the slot.

44. Las Vegas

Jackson Powers-Johnson / IOL / Oregon

When JPJ's name was announced, he was called a guard, a sign of his versatility. He's strong and very effective run blocker at the second level. He has limited experience but great potential.

45. Green Bay (from New Orleans through Denver)

Edgerrin Cooper / LB / Texas A&M

The Packers have their type of LB - fast, rangy, aggressive, and nasty. Unfortunately, Cooper's instincts are subpar and may never improve - he gets fooled by reverses and play action on a regular basis.

46. Carolina (from Indianapolis)

Jonathon Brooks / RB / Texas

First RB off the board is the talented Longhorn RB whose excellent first season as the feature back in Austin was ended by a torn ACL. If he is ready to go, he figures to be the Panthers' starting running back come September.

47. NY Giants (from Seattle)

Tyler Nubin / S / Minnesota

The #1 safety in his class, Nubin hits like a train and has great range on the back end. He replaces the departed Xavier McKinney in free agency.

48. Jacksonville

Maason Smith / DL / LSU

Smith, a DT / 5T tweener was a huge recruit but never lived up to his potential. When his game is on, he plays like Chris Jones. Interesting selection by the Jags.

49. Cincinnati

Kris Jenkins / IDL / Michigan

SNS' #2 IDL prospect has the best combination of run stopping and pass rushing skill. He fills a major need in Cincy after the departure of DJ Reader in free agency.

50. Washington (from Philadelphia through New Orleans)

Mike Sainristil / CB / Michigan

The top slot CB on many teams' draft boards, the former WR has loose hips, fantastic agility, and great closing burst. He should be manning the slot on a full-time basis in DC.

51. Pittsburgh

Zach Frazier / IOL / West Virginia

The Steelers select the top center in this draft. He's physical and strong. His hand use is superb - a product of being a championship-level high school wrestler. He's mobile and smart. Great draft pick.

52. Indianapolis (from LA Rams)

Adonai Mitchell / WR / Texas

Mitchell has a rare combination of size and speed (sub 4.35 40). His hands are a bit spotty but he gives the Colts an explosive element to line up opposite Michael Pittman on the outside.

53. Washington (trade from Philadelphia)

Ben Sinnott / TE / Kansas State

The second TE selected is the fast rising Wildcat. He worked out exceptionally well at the combine. He's a competitive blocker and a quality route runner.

54. Cleveland

Michael Hall / IDL / Ohio State

Hall plays like he's shot out of a cannon - very twitched up at the snap. Unfortunately, he flashes moments of domination followed by virtually disappearing for stretches. Intriguing upside.

55. Miami

Patrick Paul / OT / Houston

Paul has fantastic length with grapevines for arms. He's a little stiff in his movements but has natural strength and power and it takes a hike to get around his reach. Could play OLT or ORT, although ORT seems most likely.

56. Dallas

Marshawn Kneeland / EDGE / Western Michigan

Kneeland is very powerful and has a great bull rush. His motor is non-stop and he is very strong against the run. He needs to develop additional pass rushing moves to his arsenal but he has gotten better every year in Kalamazoo.

57. Tampa Bay

Chris Braswell / EDGE / Alabama

Braswell was actually more productive than teammate Dallas Turner and lined up opposite of Will Anderson prior to Turner this year. He has a great motor and burst and is a fantastic tackler.

58. Green Bay

Javon Bullard / S / Georgia

Bullard has very good coverage skills for a safety but his range as a free safety is his best attribute.

59. Houston

Blake Fisher / OT / Note Dame

Fisher would have likely been the top OT due to his elite physical tools in college football next year if he had returned. He looks to be an above average OT but would have been better served by returning to South Bend for another year.

60. Buffalo

Cole Bishop / S / Utah

Bishop is a baller with great instincts and physicality. He has good range and loves the game. He gives the Bills a true free safety with the chops to come down and support the run.

61. Detroit

Ennis Rakestraw / CB / Missouri

Rakestraw lacks some size and strength but has the attitude and mojo to talk smack and back it up. The Lions pass defense may now be a team strength - a good thing considering the WRs in the NFC North.

62. Baltimore

Roger Rosengarten / OT / Washington

Rosengarten played ORT in college, blocking for southpaw QB Penix. He has the length, reach, and feet to play OLT and protect Lamar Jackson's blindside next year.

63. Kansas City (from San Francisco)

Kingsley Suamataia / OL / BYU

Suamataia is a versatile and big - qualities Andy Reid covets in his lineman. Suamataia could project to OLT but seems best suited to sliding inside and playing guard. His strength and leverage are his best attributes.

64. San Francisco (from Kansas City)

Renardo Green / CB / Florida State

Green has been quickly moving up draft boards due to putting years of good film together and great athletic testing numbers at the combine. Green is feisty and likes to play in the hip pocket of the WR. Quality selection.

Third Round Results

65. NY Jets (from Carolina)

Malachi Corley / WR / Western Michigan

66. Arizona

Trey Benson / RB / Florida State

67. Washington

Brandon Coleman / OL / TCU

68. New England

Caeden Wallace / OT / Penn State

69. LA Chargers

Junior Colson / LB / Michigan

70. NY Giants

Andru Phillips / CB / Kentucky

71. Arizona (from Tennessee)

Isaiah Adams / OL / Illinois

72. Carolina (from NY Jets)

Trevin Wallace / LB / Kentucky

73. Dallas (from Detroit through Minnesota)

Cooper Beebe / IOL / Kansas State

74. Atlanta

Bralen Trice / EDGE / Washington

75. Chicago

Kiran Amegadjie / OT / Yale

76. Denver

Jonah Elliss / EDGE / Utah

77. Las Vegas

Delmar Glaze / OT / Maryland

78. Houston (from Philadelphia through Washington and Seattle)

Calen Bullock / S / USC

79. Indianapolis (from Atlanta through Jacksonville)

Matt Goncalves / OT / Pittsburgh

80. Cincinnati

Jermaine Burton / WR / Alabama

81. Seattle (from New Orleans through Denver)

Christian Haynes / IOL / UCONN

82. Arizona (from Atlanta through Indianapolis)

Tip Reiman / TE / Illinois

83. LA Rams

Blake Corum / RB / Michigan

84. Pittsburgh

Roman Wilson / WR / Michigan

85. Cleveland

Zak Zinter / IOL / Michigan

86. San Francisco (from Philadelphia through Houston)

Dominick Puni / OL / Kansas

87. Dallas

Marist Liufau / LB / Notre Dame

88. Green Bay

MarShawn Lloyd / RB / USC

89. Tampa Bay

Tykee Smith / S / Georgia

90. Arizona (from Houston)

Elijah Jones / CB / Boston College

91. Green Bay (from Buffalo)

Ty'Ron Hopper / LB / Missouri

92. Tampa Bay (from Detroit)

Jalen McMillan / WR / Washington

93. Baltimore

Adisa Isaac / EDGE / Penn State

94. Philadelphia (from San Francisco)

Jalyx Hunt / EDGE / Houston Baptist

95. Buffalo (from Kansas City)

DeWayne Carter / IDL / Duke

96. Jacksonville (COMP)

Jarrian Jones / CB / Florida State

97. Cincinnati (COMP)

McKinnley Jackson / IDL / Texas A&M

98. Pittsburgh (from Philadelphia; COMP)

Payton Wilson / LB / North Carolina State

99. LA Rams (COMP)

Kamren Kinchens / S / Miami, Fl

100. Washington (from San Francisco; COMP)

Luke McCaffrey / WR / Rice

SNS 2024 NFL Draft - Day 2 Observations & Notes

The first round on Thursday night was heavily tilted towards offense with 23 of the 32 picks being offensive players. Things evened out on Friday evening in Detroit, when 37 of the 68 picks were defensive players. Notably, the second round saw 20 out of 32 picks used on defense. Fourteen of those picks were used on IDL and CBs (seven each), which demonstrates the top end quality of both classes.

If looking for a lagging indicator on why Michigan and Washington combined to lose only one game last season, look at Friday's draft. Michigan had six players selected and Washington four. In fact, three Michigan players went in a row in the middle of the third round (Corum, Wilson, Zinter). All three Washington WRs have been selected in the first 92 selections of the draft. Two dominate programs, ten night 2 draft picks. Probably not a coincidence.

The value of the 2024 RB class began to percolate to the top with the selection of four RBs. Jonathon Brooks gets picked by Carolina where he enters an ideal situation where he should be set to become their true #1 RB - if his knee has fully recuperated. Similarly, Benson is poised to take over the Cardinals #1 RB spot, although beating James Connor out will be a tough task to accomplish. Corum seems destined to compete for the #2 RB spot behind Kyren Williams but has starting potential. Lloyd will also be a backup behind Josh Jacobs, giving the Packers a deadly backfield combination.

Five safeties went off the board on Friday, starting with Tyler Nubin and Javon Bullard in round two and Calen Bullock, Tykee Smith, and Kamren Kinchens in the third round. Bullock is long and rangy and may be converted to CB although an old school free safety role seems best suited to his skills. Smith is a jack of all trades who matches up well with TEs and RBs in coverage. Kinchens has great ball skills and instincts. His workout numbers do not indicate his playing speed. He's a baller.

Top 200 Players Available on Saturday - Final Day of the Draft

1. Mekhi Wingo / IDL / LSU

2. Cedric Gray / LB / North Carolina

3. Devontez Walker / WR / North Carolina

4. Brenden Rice / WR / USC

5. Troy Franklin / WR / Oregon

6. Ja'Tavion Sanders / TE / Texas

7. Garret Greenfield / OT / South Dakota State

8. Lideatrick "Tulu" Griffin / WR / Mississippi State

9. Christian Mahogany / IOL / Boston College

10. Jaylen Wright / RB / Tennessee

11. Theo Johnson / TE / Penn State

12. Kris Abrams-Draine / CB / Missouri

13. Sam Hartman / QB / Notre Dame

14. Jordan Whittington / WR / Texas

15. Audric Estime / RB / Notre Dame

16. Jha'Quan Jackson / WR / Tulane

17. Walter Rouse / OT / Oklahoma

18. Cedric Johnson / EDGE / Ole Miss

19. Tanor Bortolini / IOL / Wisconsin

20. Christian Jones / OT / Texas

21. Sedrick Van Pran-Granger / IOL / Georgia

22. Will Shipley / RB / Clemson

23. Cam Hart / CB / Notre Dame

24. Spencer Rattler / QB / South Carolina

25. Jarvis Brownlee / CB / Louisville

26. Gabe Hall / IDL / Baylor

27. Jacob Cowing / WR / Arizona

28. Jaden Hicks / S / Washington State

29. Keith Randolph / IDL / Illinois

30. Cade Stover / TE / Ohio State

31. Leonard Taylor / IDL / Miami, Fl

32. Marcus Harris / IDL / Auburn

33. Myles Cole / EDGE / Texas Tech

34. Frank Crum / OT / Wyoming

35. Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint / WR / Georgia

36. Javion Cohen / IOL / Miami, Fl

37. Isaac Guerendo / RB / Louisville

38. Ryan Cooper / CB / Oregon State

39. Johnny Wilson / WR / Florida State

40. Mason McCormick / IOL / South Dakota State

41. Nathaniel Watson / LB / Mississippi State

42. Isaac Rex / TE / BYU

43. Kitan Oladapo / S / Oregon State

44. Satoa Laumea / OT / Utah

45. Brandon Dorlus / EDGE / Oregon

46. Tahj Washington / WR / USC

47. Logan Lee / DL / Iowa

48. Javon Foster / OT / Missouri

50. Ray Davis / RB / Kentucky

51. Jordan Travis / QB / Florida State

52. Khyree Jackson / CB / Oregon

53. Joshua Cephus / WR / UTSA

54. Brennan Jackson / EDGE / Washington State

55. Jaylin Simpson / S / Auburn

56. Michael Pratt / QB / Tulane

57. Jermaine Burton / WR / Alabama

58. Jared Wiley / TE / TCU

59. Tyler Davis / IDL / Clemson

60. Malik Washington / WR / Virginia

61. Tommy Eichenberg / LB / Ohio State

62. Cody Schrader / RB / Missouri

63. Joe Milton / QB / Tennessee

64. Domonique Hampton / S / Washington

65. Brevyn Spann-Ford / TE / Minnesota

66. Ainias Smith / WR / Texas A&M

67. Jaden Crumedy / IDL / Mississippi State

68. Dwight McGlothern / CB / Arkansas

69. Jacob Monk / IOL / Duke

70. Braelon Allen / RB / Wisconsin

71. Solomon Byrd / EDGE / USC

72. Daijahn Anthony / S / Ole Miss

73. Bub Means / WR / Pittsburgh

74. Isaiah Davis / RB / South Dakota State

75. Eric Watts / DL / UCONN

76. Josh Newton / CB / TCU

77. Javon Baker / WR / UCF

78. Layden Robinson / IOL / Texas A&M

79. Frank Gore / RB / Southern Mississippi

80. Jeremiah Trotter / LB / Clemson

81. Deantre Prince / CB / Ole Miss

82. Jalen Calhoun / WR / Duke

83. Tylan Gable / OT / UCF

84. Ron Stone / EDGE / Washington State

85. Curtis Jacobs / LB / Penn State

86. Kingsley Eguakun / IOL / Florida

87. Devaugh Vele / WR / Utah

88. James Williams / S / Miami, Fl

89. Austin Booker / EDGE / Kansas

90. Jaheim Bell / TE / Florida State

91. Trevor Keegan / IOL / Michigan

92. Anthony Gould / WR / Oregon State

93. Qwan'tez Stiggers / CB / Toronto Argonauts (CFL)

94. Sione Vaki / S / Utah

95. Xavier Weaver / WR / Colorado

96. Travis Glover / OT / Georgia State

97. Tuli Letuligasenoa / IDL / Washington

98. Taulia Tagovailoa / QB / Maryland

99. Charles Turner / IOL / LSU

100. Darius Muasau / LB / UCLA

101. Nehemiah Pritchett / CB / Auburn

102. AJ Barner / TE / Michigan

103. Julian Pearl / OL / Illinois

104. Isaiah Williams / WR / Illinois

105. Gabriel Murphy / EDGE / UCLA

106. Kalen King / CB / Penn State

107. Edefuan Ulfoshio / LB / Washington

108. Kenny Logan / S / Kansas

109. Ryan Flournoy / WR / SE Missouri State

110. Xavier Thomas / EDGE / Clemson

111. Carlton Johnson / CB / Fresno State

112. Drake Nugent / IOL / Michigan

113. Javon Solomon / EDGE / Troy

114. JD Bertrand / LB / Notre Dame

115. Javontae Jean Baptiste / EDGE / Notre Dame

116. Jordan Jefferson / IDL / LSU

117. Jarius Monroe / CB / Tulane

118. Zion Tupuola-Fetui / EDGE / Washington

119. Jamari Thrash / WR / Louisville

120. Kimani Vidal / RB / Troy

121. Myles Murphy / IDL / North Carolina

122. Tory Taylor / P / Iowa

123. Te'Cory Couch / CB / Miami, Fl

124. Cameron Wire / OT / Tulane

125. Tanner McLachlan / TE / Arizona

126. Jaylen Harrell / EDGE / Michigan

127. Isaiah Johnson / CB / Syracuse

128. Donovan Jennings / OL / South Florida

129. Austin Reed / QB / Western Kentucky

130. Tre'Mon Morris-Brash / EDGE / UCF

131. Bucky Irving / RB / Oregon

132. Chau Smith-Wade / CB / Washington State

133. Jaylan Ford / LB / Texas

134. Ethan Driskell / OT / Marshall

135. Eyabi Oke-Anoma / EDGE / Charlotte

136. Sam Pickney / WR / Coastal Carolina

137. LaDarius Henderson / OL / Michigan

138. Dillon Johnson / RB / Washington

139. Tyler Owens / S / Texas Tech

140. Will Reichard / K / Alabama

141. Braiden McGregor / EDGE / Michigan

142. Dylan McMahon / IOL / North Carolina State

143. Jadon Janke / WR / South Dakota State

144. Carter Bradley / QB / South Alabama

145. Christian Roland-Wallace / CB / USC

146. Dallin Holker / TE / Colorado State

147. Mohamed Kamara / EDGE / Colorado State

148. Dylan Laube / RB / New Hampshire

149. Tejhuan Palmer / WR / UAB

150. Zion Logue / IDL / Georgia

151. DJ James / CB / Auburn

152. Evan Williams / S / Oregon

153. Kedon Slovis / QB / BYU

154. Anthony Goodlow / DL / Oklahoma State

155. Keaton Bills / IOL / Utah

156. Jalen Coker / WR / Holy Cross

157. John Rhys Plumlee / QB / UCF

158. Justin Eboigbe / IDL / Alabama

159. Ryan Watts / CB / Texas

160. Trajan Jeffcoat / EDGE / Arkansas

161. Blake Watson / RB / Memphis

162. CJ Hanson / IOL / Holy Cross

163. TJ Tampa / CB / Iowa State

164. Devin Carter / WR / Washington

165. Devin Culp / TE / Washington

166. Andrew Coker / OT / TCU

167. Decamerion Richardson / CB / Mississippi State

168. Deshaun Fenwick / RB / Oregon State

169. Tayvion Robinson / WR / Kentucky

170. Matt Lee / IOL / Miami, Fl

171. Shayne Simon / LB / Pittsburgh

172. Fabian Lovett / IDL / Florida State

173. Karsen Barnhart / OL / Michigan

174. Frank Harris / QB / UTSA

175. David Ugwoegbu / EDGE / Houston

176. MJ Devonshire / CB / Pittsburgh

177. Millard Bradford / S / TCU

178. Bayron Matos / OL / Dominican Republic

179. Daijun Edwards / RB / Georgia

180. Erick All / TE / Iowa

181. Harrison Mevis / K / Missouri

182. Travis Clayton / OL / Great Britain

183. Khristian Boyd / IDL / Northern Iowa

184. Drake Stoops / WR / Oklahoma

185. Nelson Ceasar / EDGE Houston

186. Cam Lampkin / CB / Washington State

187. Nick Jackson / LB / Iowa

188. Nick Gargiulo / IOL / South Carolina

189. Spencer Sanders / QB / Ole Miss

190. Jaylon Carlies / S / Missouri

191. Cam Little / K / Arkansas

192. Jaxon Janke / WR / South Dakota State

193. Tyrone Tracy / RB / Purdue

194. Sheridan Jones / CB / Clemson

195. Andre Sam / S / LSU

196. William Barnes / OT / North Carolina

197. Cornelius Johnson / WR / Michigan

198. Michael Wiley / RB / Arizona

199. Kalen DeLoach / LB / Florida State

200. Beanie Bishop / CB / West Virginia

SNS 2024 NFL Draft Saturday Preview

No QBs were drafted on Friday. Not surprising, actually. But expect a QB run to occur early on Saturday. Spencer Rattler, Joe Milton, Michael Pratt, and Sam Hartman will go off the board by mid-round five and several other QBs could hear their names called. Jordan Travis, Taulia Tagovailoa, Austin Reed, and Carter Bradley are the next most likely to hear their names called before pick 257 ends the festivities on Saturday evening.

Linebackers, especially those who can play special teams, will hear their names called more often on Saturday. Names to watch out for: Cedric Gray (UNC), a fast, instinctive tackling machine, Nathaniel Watson (Miss. State), offers size, range, tackling, and crafty blitzing ability. Jeremiah Trotter (Clemson), a second generation LB with speed, range, and a desire to hit. Tommy Eichenberg (Ohio State), very instinctive and smart LB with range and tackling ability.

There are a bevy of talented RBs available to be drafted that could start at some point this coming season. A few to keep your eye on include, Audric Estime (Notre Dame), Jaylen Wright (Tennessee), Braelon Allen (Wisconsin), Ray Davis (Kentucky), Isaac Guerendo (Louisville), Frank Gore (Southern Mississippi), Bucky Irving (Oregon), and Kimani Vidal (Troy). Expect up to a dozen RBs to be taken on Saturday afternoon.

Expect a deep run on WRs on Saturday afternoon with more than a dozen WRs who could contribute in the NFL next year. Keep an eye on Tez Walker (UNC), Tulu Griffin (Miss. State), Troy Franklin (Oregon), Brenden Rice (USC), Anthony Gould (Oregon State), Jha'Quan Jackson (Tulane), Jacob Cowing (Arizona), Tahj Washington (USC), Jordan Whittington (Texas), Ainias Smith (Texas A&M), Johnny Wilson (Florida State), Joshua Cephus (UTSA), Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint (Georgia), and Malik Washington (Virginia).

CBs will be a hot commodity on the draft's final day. There could be more than a dozen CBs taken on Saturday including: Dwight McGlothern (Arkansas), Cam Hart (Notre Dame), Jarvis Brownlee (Louisville), Kris Abrams-Draine (Missouri), Khyree Jackson (Oregon), Ryan Watts (Texas), Nehemiah Pritchett (Auburn), Caelon Carson (Wake Forest), Beanie Bishop (West Virginia), DJ James (Auburn), Ryan Cooper (Oregon State), Deantre Prince (Ole Miss), Carlton Johnson (Fresno State), Qwan'tez Stiggers (Toronto - CFL), and TJ Tampa (Iowa State).


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