2024 NFL Draft Big Board: Generational talents lead final draft big board plus rankings by position

Who leads the final 2024 NFL Draft big board?
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2024 NFL Draft wide receiver rankings

ACC: Keon Coleman, Florida State: A player who has seen his stock drop a little during the predraft and may end up being a great value pick is Florida State's Keon Coleman. Coleman may not have the speed to consistently get separation at the NFL level but he has the size, agility, and ball skills to make the tough catch in traffic.

Big 10: Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State: My number two rated player in the draft is Ohio State's Marvin Harrison Jr, and should be a team's go-to receiver as a rookie. Harrison had elite production in college and is the first receiver in Buckeye history with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons.

Big 12: Drake Stoops, Oklahoma: While I doubt Drake Stoops hears his name called during the NFL Draft, look for the undervalued wide receiver to open eyes during training camp. What sticks out with Stoops is his high football IQ, which allows him to consistently get open.

2024 NFL Draft prospect Drake Stoops
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Pac 12: Rome Odunze, Washington: One of the biggest deep threats in this class is Washington's Rome Odunze who led the country in targets of more than 20 yards downfield. He also does a terrific job of catching the ball in traffic and last season he caught 21 of 28 passes that he had to fight through the defensive back to haul in.

SEC: Malik Nabers, LSU: While Odunze is a threat in the deep passing game, Malik Nabers is a threat any time he touches the ball. He uses his strength and speed to consistently break tackles and is extremely dangerous after the catch.

Non-Power Five: Luke McCaffrey, Rice: A player who comes from elite bloodlines is Luke McCaffrey whose dad Ed was named to the Denver Broncos 50th Anniversary Team and his brother Christian McCaffrey was named the 2023 NFL Offensive Player of the Year.

Overall Rankings

1. Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State (first round)

2. Rome Odunze, Washington (first round)

3. Malik Nabers, LSU (first round)

4. Brian Thomas Jr., LSU (first round)

5. Keon Coleman, Florida State (second round)

6. Adonai Mitchell, Texas (second round)

7. Xavier Worthy, Texas (second round)

8. Troy Franklin, Oregon (second round)

9. Ladd McConkey, Georgia (third round)

10. Ricky Pearsall, Florida (third round)

11. Devontez Walker, North Carolina (third round)

12. Roman Wilson, Michigan (third round)

13. Xavier Legette, South Carolina (third round)

14. Ja’Lynn Polk, Washington (third round)

15. Brenden Rice, USC (fourth round)

16. Jalen McMillan, Washington (fourth round)

17. Luke McCaffrey, Rice (fourth round)

18. Jacob Cowing, Arizona (fourth round)

19. Ainias Smith, Texas A&M (fourth round)

20. Johnny Wilson, Florida State (fifth round)

21. Tahj Washington, USC (fifth round)

22. Malachi Corley, Western Kentucky (sixth round)

23. Jermaine Burton, Alabama (sixth round)

24. Malik Washington, Virginia (sixth round)

25. Jalen Coker, Holy Cross (seventh round)

26. Jamari Thrash, Georgia State (seventh round)

27. Drake Stoops, Oklahoma (seventh round)