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SNS 2024 NFL Draft Top 100 Rankings - Prospects #1-25

Updated: Dec 8, 2023

(Caleb Williams / QB / USC)


SNS releases our initial 2024 NFL Draft prospect Top 100 rankings, taking a deep dive into the very best potential prospects for next April’s draft. It should be noted that these rankings are separate from the positional rankings previously released in the SNS Weekly Scouting Reports since scouting is a continual process throughout the fall, winter, and spring and scouting reports are regularly updated throughout the process. Furthermore, players have just started to declare their draft intentions, postseason all-star bowl invitations have only began be issued or accepted, and the NFL Scouting Combine has not identified which prospects to invite to Indianapolis (February 26 – March 4). So, with qualifications aside, let’s take look at prospects ranked #1-25!


1. Caleb Williams QB USC

2. Marvin Harrison WR Ohio State

3. Drake Maye QB North Carolina

4. Olumuyiwa Fashanu OT Penn State

5. Brock Bowers TE Georgia

6. Michael Penix QB Washington

7. Jared Verse EDGE Florida State

8. Rome Odunze WR Washington

9. Mykel Williams IDL Georgia

10. Joe Alt OT Notre Dame

11. Mekhi Wingo IDL LSU

12. JJ McCarthy QB Michigan

13. Keon Coleman WR Florida State

14. Cooper DeJean CB Iowa

15. Jordan Morgan OT Arizona

16. Kris Jenkins IDL Michigan

17. JT Tuimoloau EDGE Ohio State

18. Kelvin Banks OT Texas

19. Cooper Beebe IOL Kansas State

20. Benjamin Morrison CB Notre Dame

21. Xavier Worthy WR Texas

22. Cedric Gray LB North Carolina

23. Malik Nabers WR LSU

24. Tyler Davis IDL Clemson

25. Tyler Nubin S Minnesota


POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN –


QB (4) – Williams (#1), Maye (#3), Penix (#6), and McCarthy (#12). Williams is a near athletic clone of Patrick Mahomes, is one of the best QB prospects scouted, and the best one since Andrew Luck over a decade ago. Maye would be the first pick in any NFL Draft not headlined by Williams and has an elite set of skills that makes him a franchise QB. Penix, the likely Heisman Trophy winner, is a left-handed QB with elite arm talent, athleticism, and is displaying quality leadership skills. McCarthy has the height, athleticism, arm talent, and intangibles to become an NFL starter as early as his rookie year.


RB (0) – The 2024 RB class has several quality prospects but none of them can be considered a definitive first round lock - although there are a couple of prospects who could garner a first-round grade when all is said and done.


WR (5) – Harrison (#2), Odunze (#8), Coleman (#13), Worthy (#21), and Nabers (#23). Harrison is a generational talent with elite skills, size, and speed & is worthy of going #1 overall. Odunze has height, length, hands, and smoothness to be a true #1 WR. Coleman lacks some top end speed but has size, great hands, and fantastic body control to project as a potential Pro Bowl player. Worthy is extremely quick with great deep speed, elusiveness, and is dangerous with the ball in space. Nabers has steadily improved over the last two seasons, shows up in crunch time, and is next great college WR produced by LSU.


TE (1) – Bowers (#5). The Georgia Bulldog TE is the best prospect scouted at the position in three decades and is a difference maker with size, speed, agility, route running, and speed to become a potential Hall of Fame player. He is that damn good and worthy of a top five pick next April.


OT (4) – Fashanu (#4), Alt (#10), Morgan (#15), and Banks (#18). Any team in need of an OLT with the skills required to protect the QB’s blind side will find this draft to their liking. All OTs mentioned here look like long-term starters and have the potential to be perennial Pro Bowl picks.


IOL (1) – Beebe (#19). The Kansas State product would have likely been a first-round pick last April if he had entered the draft and his senior year only solidified this status for the 2024 NFL Draft. Beebe offers size, athleticism, and the technical skill to start as a rookie and be a perennial Pro Bowler.


EDGE (2) – Verse (#7) and Tuimoloau (#17). Verse is a complete edge defender who has run stopping and pass rushing skill. Tuimoloau is just beginning to tap into his immense potential and has the most upside of any draft eligible DE in this draft.


IDL (4) – Williams (#9), Wingo (#11), Jenkins (#16), and Davis (#24). Williams is a special talent with the size to line up inside and the agility to rush off the end. Wingo is the rare IDL prospect who offers top-end run stuffing AND pass rushing skills. Jenkins has good size and is extremely quick and agile. Davis is extremely experienced and productive multiyear starter at Clemson.


LB (1) – Gray (#22). Gray has steadily improved during his time in Chapel Hill. He offers excellent speed, range, and tackling ability on an NFL body. Gray led the nation in tackles (145) in 2022.


CB (2) – DeJean (#14) and Morrison (#20). DeJean, who is out for the year with an injury, but was the best CB in college football prior to his injury. DeJean has fluidity, ball skills, and is an extremely dangerous punt returner. Morrison looks the part of a shutdown CB with the size, speed, agility, and ball skills to project as a #1 CB.


S (1) – Nubin (#25). The 2024 NFL Draft looks to have quality safety depth that starts in round two and the best of the lot, Nubin, projects as a first-round pick. He is both solid against the run and has the range and coverage chops to handle playing as a single high safety.


(Keon Coleman / WR / Florida State)


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