NFL Mock Draft: Caleb Williams to Commanders, Seahawks steal Brock Bowers, plus more!

In NFLMocks’ latest mock draft, the Commanders trade up for Caleb Williams, the Seahawks steal Brock Bowers, and ten offensive linemen come off the board.
Nov 18, 2023; Los Angeles, California, USA; USC Trojans quarterback Caleb Williams (13) throws
Nov 18, 2023; Los Angeles, California, USA; USC Trojans quarterback Caleb Williams (13) throws / Jason Parkhurst-USA TODAY Sports
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The 2024 NFL Draft is quickly entering view. Although there are still many months to go, the NFL regular season is winding down, as fans have begun looking ahead. In today’s mock draft, the Commanders and Bears link up on another trade while Jayden Daniels heads to the Big Apple.

The mock draft order for this article has been determined by the current standings at Tankathon. Without further ado, let's dive in and see where the highly-regarded first-rounders could end up next Spring. But first — there is a trade!

Another Trade Between The Bears And Commanders Gets The Mock Draft Rolling

Commanders Receive:
•No. 1 Overall (2024)

Bears Receive:
•No. 4 Overall (2024)
•No. 41 Overall (2024)
•No. 68 Overall (2024)
•Future First-Round Pick (2025)

As the great Emperor Palpatine once said, in all of his Star Wars glory, “It’s ironic”. After trading away a second-round pick to the Commanders via a midseason Montez Sweat trade, the Bears front office recoups that selection, plus more in exchange for No. 1 overall.

The Commanders will likely have a new head coach and general manager combo. That makes it difficult to project which quarterback the team will target, but trading up the board for one of the highly-touted signal-callers would make sense. A new regime would have zero allegiance to Sam Howell, after all.

Caleb Williams Swaps Out West Coast For East Coast

No. 1: Washington Commanders (via CHI) — Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Enter Caleb Williams. The potential pairing of Williams with current offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy is enticing, and the former Chiefs assistant should be near the top of the list to replace Ron Rivera in D.C. Flanked by Terry McLaurin and Jahan Dotson, the USC star will have an ample amount of weapons in Year 1.