2024 NFL Mock Draft: Caleb Williams, Jayden Daniels go 1-2, Jets get top playmaker, Colts land top corner

The 2024 NFL Draft starts with three quarterbacks being taken off the board.

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2024 NFL Draft Picks 25-28

25. Green Bay Packers: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

The Packers get good value when they pick Alabama cornerback Terrion Arnold with the 25th overall pick. He should be able to give Green Bay some much-needed depth in the secondary.

"“Terrion has really done a good job for us. Because of injuries, he’s had to play multiple positions, which has been challenging for him. When guys went out of the game, he didn’t have a lot of reps at it, but he’s been a trooper at doing it and trying to look at it as a challenge to go out and improve each week. His coverage ability has been very good. I think he’s played extremely well.”"

Nick Saban on Terrion Arnold

Buccaneers add beef to the offensive line

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Graham Barton, OT, Duke

The Packers offensive line has had trouble staying healthy as center Ryan Jensen spent the year on injured reserve due to a knee injury, and left tackle David Bakhtiari has played in just 25 games over the past four seasons. Duke’s Graham Barton is a versatile lineman who has seen time at both tackle and center during his time with the Blue Devils.

27. Arizona Cardinals: Kamari Lassiter, CB. Georgia

After addressing the offensive side of the ball with their first overall pick the Cardinals address the defense with their other first-round pick. According to Sports Info Solutions, the Cardinals had the worst pass defense in the NFL by EPA, so adding a cornerback would be a good idea. Kamari Lassiter is a physical corner who broke up eight passes last season.

28. Buffalo Bills: Chop Robinson, DE, Penn State

The Bills could lose both A.J. Epenesa and Leonard Floyd in free agency, and that teamed with Von Miller being 35 next season makes finding edge rushers a must for Buffalo. Penn State’s Chop Robinson is an impressive athlete who runs the 40-yard dash in 4.47 seconds according to Bruce Feldman.