2024 NFL mock draft: 5 QBs taken in the Top 15; Bills, Vikings make blockbuster moves

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NFL Draft Notebook's mock draft picks 26-32

. Chop Robinson. Chop Robinson. player. . DE, Penn State. 48. Chop Robinson. 26.

While Tampa Bay could go several different directions with this pick Penn State’s Chop Robinson offers too much upside to pass up. Robinson has elite quickness off the ball and with improved technique could develop into a high-quality starting defensive end.

player. . Bo Nix. 27. . Bo Nix. Bo Nix. . QB, Oregon. 31

After passing on a quarterback with the sixth pick in the draft the Giants trade into the end of the first round to get their signal caller. In this trade, the Giants give up the 47th and 70th picks to the Cardinals. Nix is an accurate passer who led the FBS in completion percentage this season, and also rarely forces a ball having only thrown three interceptions last season.

. 13. 28. . Amarius Mims. OT, Georgia. . Amarius Mims. player. Amarius Mims

The Chargers lost out on the top tackles when trading down, but picked up several high draft picks and still get a quality tackle with outstanding potential. Mims only started eight games during his career in Athens, but during that time he showed elite mobility for a 6-foot-7 340 pound tackle, and the ability to open up lanes in the running game.

Kool-Aid McKinstry. 50. Kool-Aid McKinstry. . . 29. . . CB, Alabama.

When you watch Kool-Aid McKinstry’s film it screams Dan Campbell type player. McKinstry is a tough corner who is not afraid to challenge receivers and is one of the most fundamentally sound players in the 2024 NFL Draft. He should fill the team's void at cornerback after releasing Cameron Sutton.

2024 NFL Draft prospect Kool-Aid McKinstry
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26. . 30. . OT, Duke. . Graham Barton. . Graham Barton.

The Ravens lost three starters on the offensive line this offseason when they traded Morgan Moses, and saw Kevin Zeitler and John Simpson leave as free agents. Duke’s Graham Barton is capable of playing any position on the offensive line and gives the Ravens the flexibility to play their top five offensive linemen.

. Jordan Morgan. OT, Arizona. Jordan Morgan. 31. 42. . . .

Look for the end of round one to be a popular spot for offensive linemen and the 49ers take the third tackle off the board of the last four picks. Jordan Morgan could supplant Colton McKivitz at right tackle or move inside to offensive guard.

32. 59. . Tallies Fuaga. . OT, Oregon State. . Tallies Fuaga. .

Taliese Fuaga is the seventh offensive tackle off the board when the Miami Dolphins take him with the 32nd pick. Fuaga was graded as Pro Football Focus's highest-graded run blocker last season and should allow Miami to be a top-ten rushing team again next year.