2024 NFL Draft Picks 13-16
13. Las Vegas Raiders: J.C. Latham, OT, Alabama
While left tackle Kolton Miller and left guard Dylan Parham have solidified one side of the offensive line, the right side still needs some work. One of the best pure right tackles in the 2024 NFL Draft is J.C. Latham who is a dominant run blocker having averaged 3.2 knockdown blocks a game this season.
"“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”"- Nick Saban n J.C. Latham
14. New Orleans Saints: Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State
The Saints have little else at the wide receiver position other than Chris Olave so look for the Saints to try and add a young number two receiver this offseason. Coleman is a bigger wide receiver coming in at 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds, and is a dangerous threat in the red zone having led the ACC with 11 touchdown receptions this past season.
Indianapolis Colts land top corner
15. Indianapolis Colts: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama
The team got good value when they took JuJu Brenths in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft. However, the team could lose Keeny Moore II this offseason, and have no one else capable of replacing him. Kool-Aid McKinstry is a good-sized physical corner whose polished technique should allow him to start as a rookie.
16. Seattle Seahawks: Laiatu Latu, OLB, UCLA
Outside linebacker might not be a big need for Seattle, but Laiatu Latu is such a good value at this point in the draft the team decides to go with the best player available. Last season, Latu recorded 13 sacks on the season and is one of the more pro-ready players in the 2024 NFL Draft.