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Early Look at Top Offensive Prospects in 2024 NFL Draft

The 2024 NFL Draft is a little over a month away, with plenty of top talent ready to help change a team’s trajectory in the league.

Though prospects like quarterback Caleb Williams and wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. have been dominating the draft boards and NFL draft news, there are lots of other offensive talents expected to go as first-round draft picks who should make an impact on their future team as well.

Early Look at Top Offensive Prospects in 2024 NFL Draft
Marvin Harrison Jr. #18 of the Ohio State Buckeyes - Sam Hodde/Getty Images/AFP

The Chicago Bears have the No. 1 overall draft pick in the 2024 Draft, and while fans and opposing teams alike wait to see whether they keep it or trade it for the second year in a row, let’s take a look at some of those top offensive draft prospects before it kicks off next month.

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1. Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

The first non-quarterback NFL draft odds have taken off the board, Harrison displayed it all during his three seasons at Ohio State. The son of Hall of Fame wide receiver Marvin Harrison, he takes after his father with his speed and strong route-running.

After taking over the starting role his sophomore year of college, Harrison went off, collecting over 1,200 yards receiving and 14 touchdowns in both his sophomore and junior seasons. With strong ball skills and the ability to track the ball through the catch, Harrison should be able to be an NFL starter from day one.

 

2. Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Another who should be taken off the board early, NFL draft betting odds has Williams as a favorite to be the No. 1 overall pick in April. The Heisman winner in 2022, Williams’ elite play has kept the Trojans in many games over his two seasons with them.

Though he has average size, Williams has shown the ability to get it done both through the air and on the ground at USC. During his two years at USC, he threw for at least 3,500 yards and 30 touchdowns while rushing for another 10 in each of the two years. With the ability to extend plays and hit from multiple angles, Williams could be a game-changer for the team that drafts him in April.

 

3. Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

One of the top wide receivers in the draft, was a key player in helping Washington reach the national championship this past season. Spending all four years with the Huskies, Odunze learned how to play both outside and in the slot.

Although he doesn’t boast the fastest 40 time, Odunze’s hands are what makes him stand out, as he has proven the ability to win contested catches and jump balls with his strength and size. In his final year at Washington, Odunze put up career highs by recording 1,640 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns. A clean route runner and tough to bring down after the catch, don’t be surprised to see Odunze as a day one starter.

 

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4. Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

Another Heisman Trophy winner on the list, Daniels is another quarterback NFL predictions expect to be taken off the board early. Boasting speed and playmaking ability, Daniels’ skill helped the Tigers lead the NCAA in scoring and yardage in 2023.

Daniels finished his Heisman season passing for 3,812 yards and 40 touchdowns while he rushed for another 1,134 and 10 scores. Though he doesn’t own the greatest size, he’s tall and he has shown strong decision-making and accuracy as a passer. With dual-threat abilities, Daniels’ has high potential in the NFL.

 

5. Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

A non-QB and non-WR position, Bowers could become another in a long line of elite tight ends in the NFL. Georgia’s top receiving threat in all three of his seasons with the Bulldogs, Bowers had at least 700 yards and six touchdowns in each of his three seasons.

Through his three years at Georgia, Bowers showed the ability to play all over the field, with his explosiveness and strength on display as he helped lead the Bulldog offense. Despite being slightly undersized, Bowers is a yards-after-catch threat as well, and his pass-catching ability and balance should give him high NFL upside.

Though these are just a few top offensive prospects that could go in the first round of the NFL Draft, there are plenty more who could make an immediate impact in the upcoming season. Be sure to bet on when they and many more will be drafted in the 2024 NFL Draft online at the sportsbook before it begins in April.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

 

Who is the best non-quarterback offensive prospect in the NFL Draft?


Marvin Harrison Jr. is expected to be the top non-quarterback drafted.

When is the NFL Draft?


The NFL Draft will be held from April 25-27 in Detroit.

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