JT Olson’s 2024 NFL Draft Top-100 Big Board


Every year, I create an NFL draft  big board based of the available prospects I watch and evaluate. Based on that big board, I have created a predictive top 100 NFL draft big board in an attempt to forecast who the first 100 players drafted will be in this year’s NFL draft. Here is my prediction of the first 100 players to be drafted in this year’s NFL draft.

1. Caleb Williams, Quarterback, USC – Comparison: Super charged up Drew Brees
2. Marvin Harrison Jr, Wide Receiver, Ohio State – Comparison: AJ Green
3. Malik Nabers, Wide Receiver, LSU – Comparison: Torry Holt
4. Joe Alt, Offensive Tackle, Notre Dame – Comparison: Taylor Decker+
5. Jayden Daniels, Quarterback, LSU – Comparison: Way more athletic Alex Smith
6. Drake Maye, Quarterback, North Carolina – Comparison: Less insane Jameis Winston
7. Brock Bowers, Tight End, Georgia – Comparison: Meaner Sam Laporta
8. Rome Odunze, Wide Receiver, Washington – Comparison: Keenen Allan
9. Troy Fautanu, Offensive Line, Washington – Comparison: Zach Martin
10. Jer’Zhan Newton, Defensive Tackle, Illinois – Comparison: Grady Jarrett
11. Laiatu Latu, Defensive End, UCLA – Comparison: Aidan Hutchinson
12. Terrion Arnold, Cornerback, Alabama – Comparison: Plus size Antione Winfield Sr.
13. Jared Verse, Defensive End, Florida State – Comparison: Trey Hendrickson
14. Quinyon Mitchell, Cornerback, Toledo – Comparison: Darius Slay
15. Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama – Comparison: Long armed Vic Beasley
16. Jackson Powers-Johnson, Center, Oregon – Comparison: More nimble Damien Woody
17. Olu Fashanu, Offensive Tackle, Penn State – Comparison: Ryan Ramczyk
18. Nate Wiggins, Cornerback, Clemson – Comparison: Skinny, but better, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
19. Taliese Fuaga, Offensive Line, Oregon State – Comparison: Taylor Moton
20. Cooper DeJean, Cornerback, Iowa – Comparison: Discount Charles Woodson
21. AD Mitchell, Wide Receiver, Texas – Comparison: Less polished Michael Thomas
22. Amarius Mims, Offensive Tackle, Georgia – Comparison: Orlando Brown talent, but undeveloped
23. Braden Fiske, Defensive Line, Florida State – Comparison: Poor man’s Chris Jones
24. Brian Thomas, Wide Receiver, LSU – Comparison: DJ Chark
25. Zach Frazier, Center, West Virginia – Comparison: Garrett Bradbury
26. Mike Sainsristil, Cornerback, Michigan
27. Ladd McConkey, Wide Receiver, Georgia
28. Jordan Morgan, Offensive Tackle, Arizona
29. Tyler Nubin, Safety, Minnesota
30. JJ McCarthy, Quarterback, Michigan
31. Micheal Hall, Defensive Line, Ohio State
32. Kingsley Saumataia, Offensive tackle, BYU
33. Kamani Lassiter, Cornerback, Georgia
34. Byron Murphy, Defensive Tackle, Texas
35. Keon Coleman, Wide Receiver, Florida State
36. Kool-Aid McKinstry, Cornerback, Alabama
37. Ennis Rackstraw, Cornerback, Missouri
38. Graham Barton, Offensive Line, Duke
39. Kris Jenkins, Defensive Line, Michigan
40. Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas
41. Ja’Lynn Polk, Wide Receiver, Washington
42. Cooper Beebe, Offensive Line, Kansas State
43. JC Latham, Offensive Tackle, Alabama
44. Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama
45. Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State
46. Cedric Gray, Linebacker, North Carolina
47. Cam Hart, Cornerback, Notre Dame
48. Kam Kinchens, Strong Safety, Miami
49. Payton Wilson, Linebacker, North Carolina State
50. Junior Colson, Linebacker, Michigan
51. Darius Robinson, Defensive Line, Missouri
52. Troy Franklin, Wide Receiver, Oregon
53. Tyler Guyton, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma
54. Trey Benson, Running Back, Florida State
55. Ben Sinott, Tight End, Kansas State
56. Christian Mahogany, Offensive Line, Boston College
57. Christian Haynes, Offensive Line, UConn
58. Ruke Orhorhoro, Defensive Line, Clemson
59. Spencer Rattler, Quarterback, South Carolina
60. Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State
61. Ricky Pearsall, Wide Receiver, Florida
62. Patrick Paul, Offensive Tackle, Houston
63. Jalen McMillian, Wide Receiver, Washington
64. TJ Tampa, Cornerback, Iowa State
65. Xavier Worthy, Wide Receiver, Texas
66. Kiran Amegadjie, Offensive Tackle, Yale
67. Bralon Trice, EDGE, Washington
68. Roman Wilson, Wide Receiver, Michigan
69. Ja’Trevion Sanders, Tight End, Texas
70. Xavier Leggett, Wide Receiver, South Carolina
71. Michael Penix, Quarterback, Washington
72. Dominick Puni, Offensive Line, Kansas
73. Jonathan Brooks, Running Back, Texas
74. Javon Bullard, Safety, Georgia
75. Edgerrin Cooper, Linebacker, Texas A&M
76. Bo Nix, Quarterback, Oregon
77. Max Melton, Cornerback, Rutgets
78. Malachi Corley, Wide Receiver, Western Kentucky
79. Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan
80. Theo Johnson, Tight End, Penn State
81. Kris Abrams-Draine, Cornerback, Missouri
82. Cade Stover, Tight End, Ohio State
83. Andru Phillips, Cornerback, Kentucky
84. Blake Fisher, Offensive Line, Notre Dame
85. DeWayne Carter, Defensive Tackle, Duke
86. Roger Rosengarten, Offensive Tackle, Washington
87. Beau Brade, Safety, Maryland
88. Khyree Jackson, Cornerback, Oregon
89. Jaylen Wright, Running Back, Tennessee
90. Brandon Dorlus, Defensive Tackle, Oregon
91. T’Vondre Sweat, Defensive Tackle, Texas
92. Mo Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State
93. Renardo Green, Cornerback, Florida State
94. Maason Smith, Defensive Tackle, LSU
95. Jaden Hicks, Safety, Washington State
96. Tez Walker, Wide Receiver, North Carolina
97. Brandon Coleman, Offensive Line, TCU
98. Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, Safety, Texas Tech
99. Trevin Wallace, Linebacker, Kentucky
100. Jeremiah Trotter Jr, Linebacker, Clemson


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