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

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2024 NFL Draft offensive tackle rankings

ACC: Graham Barton, Duke: Barton is one of the more versatile players in the 2024 NFL Draft. Look for teams to consider him as a tackle, guard, and center.

Big 10: Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State: The Rimington-Pace Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year is one of the better pass blockers in the draft. In his 21 career starts, Fashanu has only given up one sack, and he dsiplays the feet to be an NFL left tackle.

Big 12: Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma: In Guyton's scouting report, I mentioned how much I love his potential. He has some of the quickest feet in the class and shows the competitive drive to become great.

Pac 12: Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State: A player who saw his stock skyrocket this season is Oregon State offensive tackle Taliese Fuaga, who NFL Draft experts saw as a seventh-round pick going into the year. However, he now is viewed as a late first to early second-round pick due to his strong run-blocking skills.

2024 NFL Draft prospect Taliese Fuaga
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SEC: J.C. Latham, Alabama: Alabama’s former head coach Nick Saban described J.C. Latham best when he said this about him “He’s big, strong, physical. He’s the prototype right tackle that everybody would look for in terms of having a power guy who is effective in being able to pass block well enough.”

Non-Power Five: Joe Alt, Notre Dame: Alt has been a standout the past couple of seasons for the Irish. In 2022 he became just the second sophomores tackles to earn All-American status since 2010. This past season he was the only tackle in the country to post 85.0-plus grades as a pass blocker and a run blocker according to Pro Football Focus.

Overall Rankings

1. Joe Alt, Notre Dame (first round)

2. Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State (first round)

3. Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma (first round)

4. J.C. Latham, Alabama (first round)

5. Amarius Mims, Georgia (first round)

6. Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State (second round)

7. Graham Barton, Duke (second round)

8. Patrick Paul, Houston (third round)

9. Kingsley Suamataia, BYU (third round)

10. Christian Jones, Texas (fourth round)

11. Blake Fisher, Notre Dame (fourth round)

12. Roger Rosengarten, Washington (fifth round)

13. Matt Goncalves, Pittsburgh (fifth round)

14. Walter Rouse, Oklahoma (fifth round)

15. Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State (sixth round)

16. Kiran Amegadjie, Yale (sixth round)

17. Javon Foster, Missouri (sixth round)

18. LaDarius Henderson, Michigan (seventh round)

19. Julian Pearl, Illinois (seventh round)

20. Caedan Wallace, Penn State (seventh round)