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Early 2024 NFL Mock Draft: First 10 Picks

One of the Most Stacked Quarterback Classes in Recent Years Is Set to Deliver Fireworks on Draft Night

Early 2024 NFL Mock Draft: First 10 Picks
Head coach Matt Eberflus of the Chicago Bears- Quinn Harris/Getty Images/AFP

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Caleb Williams is the best player in the 2024 NFL draft…

The Super Bowl has come and gone giving us the perfect opportunity to explore our first of many mock drafts. Let’s take a look at our early predictions for the top-10 picks.

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No. 1 Chicago Bears: QB Caleb Williams, USC

You’re going to hear this debated, but this is not a question. Question the nails, the dog snuggles, or whatever else, but Caleb Williams is the best player in the 2024 NFL draft.

Williams is a high-upside play that will be hard to pass up. This selection likely signals the end of the Justin Fields era in Chicago.

No. 2 Washington Commanders: QB Drake Maye, North Carolina

Unlike the first selection, this one is far from a lock. Who does the backward hat-wearin’, Jordan lovin’ Dan Quinn want to build his new team around?

Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels may be tempting here, but North Carolina star QB Drake Maye is the pick for now.

No. 3 New England Patriots: QB Jayden Daniels, LSU

The Patriots have the easiest job here picking the third quarterback that is left on the board. Daniels versus Maye will be a fun battle to watch in NFL rumors as the draft nears.

No. 4 Arizona Cardinals: WR Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State

The son of former star receiver Marvin Harrison heads to the desert to team up with Kyler Murray. Harrison is one of the best receiver prospects we have seen in recent years.

No. 5 Los Angeles Chargers: OT Joe Alt, Notre Dame

Let’s get Justin Herbert some more protection heading into 2024. New head coach Jim Harbaugh is going to want to build this team through the offensive and defensive lines. Notre Dame’s Joe Alt looks to be the top offensive line prospect in the draft.

No. 6 New York Giants: WR Malik Nabers, LSU

The Giants have plenty of holes to fill, but the team has whiffed in recent years on wide receivers. Let’s see if having a top-10 pick can fix that. Malik Nabers is the latest LSU receiver with star potential.

No. 7 Tennessee Titans: OT Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State

Tennessee needs to get better up front and the Titans will take a serious look at the top available offensive linemen remaining on the board.

No. 8 Atlanta Falcons: DE Dallas Turner, Bama

The Falcons would love for a quarterback to fall here, but I am not convinced that Michigan’s J.J. McCarthy is a top-10 pick. New head coach Raheem Morris gets a pass rusher to help build his defense around in the A.

No. 9 Chicago Bears: WR Rome Odunze, Washington

This is the Bears second top-10 draft pick. Let’s give Williams a new star receiver to throw to in Rome Odunze. The former Washington standout will be in the discussion to be the top wide receiver taken.

No. 10 New York Jets: TE Brock Bowers, Georgia

The Jets need more firepower on offense. Unfortunately, the top three receivers are all off the board. Brock Bowers has a chance to be an elite tight end.

No word on Bowers’ stance on darkness retreats, but Aaron Rodgers can’t be picky here as the quarterback returns to play NFL games.

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