NFL Mock's Top 25: 2024 NFL Draft prospect rankings plus position rankings & analysis

In this March draft big board we look what prospects are being overrated and underrated in 2024 NFL Draft.

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2024 NFL Draft offensive tackle rankings

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Underrated: Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State

South Dakota State easily had the best offensive line in the FCS, and one of the reasons for that is Garret Greenfield. Greenfield is an explosive athlete who set the NFL Combine record for offensive linemen with a 38.5-inch vertical jump. He has also excelled on the field being named an All-American each of the past two seasons.

Overrated: Kingsley Suamataia, BYU

A player who needs to improve his flexibility is BYU’s Kingsley Suamataia. His inability to sink his hips when blocking hurts him when it comes to his pad level and also when finishing his blocks in the running game.

Non-Power Five player to watch: Kiran Amegadjie, Yale

The best position in this year’s NFL talent when it comes to FCS talent is offensive tackle. Yale’s Kiran Amegadjie will likely be another small school tackle to hear his name called on draft day. Amegadjie is a powerful offensive tackle who would be best served by playing in a gap-blocking scheme.

NFL team who has a need at this position: Las Vegas Raiders

One of the biggest needs for the Raiders this offseason is right tackle. The team lost last year's starter Jermaine Eluemunor to the New York Giants, and Thayer Munford Jr. has yet to prove he is starting caliber.

Overall Rankings (NFL Draft grade I give the player)

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 (first 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)