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2024 NFL Mock Draft - Round 2 and 3 Final Predictions

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Can you feel it? We're just over one day away from the 2024 NFL Draft, folks! Summer's breeze is almost here as well, but not before we dive deep into draft season. With the initial wave of free agency settling down, the roster blueprints for our 32 teams are coming into sharp focus. Hunting for Round 1 insights? Catch my latest Mock Draft right here.

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Round 2 - 2024 NFL Mock Draft

33. Denver Broncos (from CAR) - Bo Nix - QB, Oregon

Alright, Broncos Country, the spotlight's on you now. After a couple of slick trade-backs, Denver's scooped up picks 29, 50, 73, and 171, shipping off picks 12 and 207 in the process. That’s a pretty sweet deal, right? Now, with the QB position more up in the air than a Hail Mary pass, it's got me wondering if Bo Nix might just catch head coach Sean Payton's eye. Nix isn’t just any signal-caller; he’s a record-setter for the most starts in college football, and he’s a maestro in the short passing game—a Sean Payton signature from his Saints days. Nix's draft buzz is a mixed bag, but let’s not overlook this: he’s a stand-up guy with a cannon for an arm that’s better than many think. Honestly, for Denver, playing the long game with these trade-backs to recoup some of the picks they've lost and still get their guy.

34. New England Patriots - Keon Coleman - WR, Florida State

After landing QB Drake Maye in the fold, New England continues its offensive onslaught and grabs a true type of X wide receiver in Coleman here. This spot could be a tad high for him depending on what scouts you talk to, but this team needs a pass catcher and continued help on offense badly. There are questions about Coleman's ability to separate, but this guy is a walking highlight reel.

35. Arizona Cardinals - Zach Frazier - C, West Virginia

GM Monti Ossenfort is steering the Cardinals with a clear vision -- long-term success with a crew of high-character gridiron lovers. Some might balk at snagging Frazier this high, but let’s face it, the Cards are desperate for some muscle in the trenches. Round 1 saw them hand Kyler Murray a sparkling new weapon in Harrison Jr., and now adding Frazier into the mix? That's a recipe to keep their QB grinning from ear to ear.

36. Minnesota Vikings (from Washington) - Kool-Aid McKinstry - CB, Alabama

After suffering a Jones fracture in his foot during the season, McKinstry surprisingly falls out of Round 1. He was outplayed by fellow CB Terrion Arnold last season, but there's still plenty of potential there.

37. Los Angeles Chargers - Mike Sainristil - CB, Michigan

If you haven't taken notice that new head coach Jim Harbaugh wants to build a physical brand of football in Los Angeles, you haven't been paying attention. Sainristil isn't the bigger corner (slightly under 5-foot-10), but he's a gritty player who makes plays and is always around the ball. Sainristil was the leader of Michigan's defense in their national championship season and if he were six feet tall, he'd probably be a top-20 pick in this draft.

38. Tennessee Titans - Edgerrin Cooper - LB, Texas A&M

GM Ran Carthon has pushed the Titans chips into the middle of the table this offseason, leveraging the financial wiggle room that QB Will Levis’ rookie contract offers to beef up the roster elsewhere. It’s a solid play, especially if Levis starts living up to his hype. Fresh off picking OT Joe Alt in Round 1 -- a move that shores up their offensive line -- the Titans dive into the defensive pool, snagging the first safety off the board. They’re rolling the dice on Cooper, a budding talent in the linebacker spot who’s got a knack for hunting down quarterbacks. And with the recent trade acquisition of CB L'Jarius Sneed, it's obvious: Tennessee is itching to revive its reputation for rock-solid defense.

39. Carolina Panthers (from NY Giants) - Darius Robinson - DE/DT, Missouri

Robinson, a Detroit native has been invited to the NFL Draft green room. Some scouts have questions about where fits on defense: whether as a defensive tackle or base end, but there's no denying this guy's incredible motor and versatility up front.

40. Washington Commanders (from Chicago) - Ennis Rakestraw Jr. - CB, Missouri

Washington snagged this pick when it dealt edge-rusher Montez Sweat right before last year's trade deadline. The Commanders are looking at a roster with gaps wider than the Grand Canyon, so it’s time to stack up on solid talent. Enter Rakestraw, the kind of lengthy, physical cornerback that meshes perfectly with the defensive playbook of new head coach Dan Quinn. His style could sharpen up Washington's defensive edge.

41. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Green Bay through NYJ) - Ladd McConkey - WR, Georgia

TRADE ALERT. Jaguars receive: 41. Packers receive: 48, 116, 236

The Jags need to continue to surround their QB Trevor Lawrence with plenty of talent and McConkey is certainly that. Injuries kept him off the field for a good bit during his college career, but there's no denying his ability to be a quarterback's best friend.

42. Houston Texans (from Minnesota) - Junior Colson - LB, Michigan

The Texans have two second-rounders in this draft after trading with Minnesota, but they gave up the 2025 second they received from Minnesota and shipped it to Buffalo for WR Stefon Diggs. I don't think there are many questions about the potency of the Texans' mighty offense, but shoring up an impressive and emerging player like Colson for DeMeco Ryans' defense makes too much sense here.


NFL Draft Picks No. 43-52 - Will There be Another QB off the Board?

43. Atlanta Falcons - Payton Wilson - LB, N.C. State

44. Tampa Bay (from Las Vegas) - Christian Haynes - OG, Connecticut

45. Chicago Bears (from New Orleans) - Marshawn Kneeland - DE, Western Michigan

46. Indianapolis Colts – Andru Phillips - CB, Kentucky

47. New York Giants (from SEA) – Kingsley Suamataia - OT, BYU

48. Green Bay Packers (from JAC) – Tyler Nubin - S, Minnesota

49. Cincinnati Bengals – Roman Wilson – WR, Michigan

50. Denver Broncos (from PHI) - Troy Franklin - WR, Oregon

51. Pittsburgh Steelers – Ricky Pearsall - WR, Florida

52. Los Angeles Rams – T.J. Tampa - CB, Iowa State


NFL Draft Picks No. 53-64 - Who Else Goes off the Board?

53. Philadelphia Eagles – Kiran Amegadjie - OT, Yale

54. Cleveland Browns - Jonah Elliss - Edge, Utah

55. Miami Dolphins – Malachi Corley - WR, Western Kentucky

56. Dallas Cowboys – Jonathon Brooks - RB, Texas

57. Tampa Bay Bucs – Adisa Isaac - Edge, Penn State

58. Green Bay Packers – Kris Jenkins - DT, Michigan

59. Houston Texans - Braden Fiske - DT, Florida State

60. Buffalo Bills - Jaden Hicks - S, Washington State

61. Detroit Lions – Ja'Lynn Polk - WR, Washington

62. Baltimore Ravens – Chris Braswell - Edge, Alabama

63. San Francisco 49ers – Max Melton – CB, Rutgers

64. Kansas City Chiefs – Brandon Dorlus - DT, Oregon


Round 3 - 2024 NFL Mock Draft

65. Carolina Panthers - Ja'Tavion Sanders - TE, Texas

66. Arizona Cardinals – Xavier Legette - WR, South Carolina

67. Minnesota Vikings (from WAS) – Christian Mahogany – OG, Boston College

68. New England Patriots – Bralen Trice - DE/Edge, Washington

69. Los Angeles Chargers - Blake Corum - RB, Michigan

70. New York Giants – Trey Benson - RB, Florida State

71. Arizona Cardinals (from TEN) – Jaylen Wright - RB, Tennessee

72. New York Jets – Ben Sinnott - TE, Kansas State

73. Detroit (from MIN) – Cooper Beebe - OG, Kansas State

74. Atlanta Falcons – Ruke Orhorhoro - DT, Clemson

75. New Orleans Saints (from CHI) – Michael Hall Jr. - DT, Ohio State

76. Denver Broncos – Blake Fisher - OT, Notre Dame

77. Tampa Bay (from LV) – MarShawn Lloyd - RB, USC

78. Washington Commanders (from SEA) – Javon Bullard - S, Georgia

79. Atlanta Falcons (from JAC) – Spencer Rattler – QB, South Carolina

80. Cincinnati Bengals – Renardo Green – CB, Florida State

81. Seattle Seahawks (from NO) – Cole Bishop - S, Utah

82. Indianapolis Colts – Maason Smith - DT, LSU

83. Los Angeles Rams – Roger Rosengarten - OT, Washington

84. Pittsburgh Steelers – Kamari Lassiter - CB, Georgia

85. Cleveland Browns – Patrick Paul - OT, Houston

86. Miami Dolphins *forfeited*

86. Houston Texans (from PHI) – DeWayne Carter - DT, Duke

87. Dallas Cowboys – Trevin Wallace - LB, Kentucky

88. Green Bay Packers – Brandon Coleman - OT, TCU

89. Tampa Bay Bucs – Dominick Puni - OT/OG, Kansas

90. Arizona Cardinals (from HOU) – Cedric Gray - LB, North Carolina

91. Green Bay Packers (from BUF) – Khyree Jackson - CB, Oregon

92. Tampa Bay Bucs (from DET) – Calen Bullock - S, USC

93. Baltimore Ravens – Jermaine Burton - WR, Alabama

94. San Francisco 49ers – Mohamed Kamara - Edge, Colorado State

95. Kansas City Chiefs – Caelen Carson - CB, Wake Forest

*96. Jacksonville Jaguars – Austin Booker - Edge, Kansas

*97. Cincinnati Bengals – Tykee Smith - S, Georgia

*98. Pittsburgh Steelers (From PHI) – Jalyx Hunt - Edge, Houston Christian

*99. Los Angeles Rams – Malik Washington - WR, Virginia

*100. Minnesota Vikings (from WAS through SF) – Theo Johnson – TE, Penn State

*- denotes 2024 compensatory pick



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