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 center rankings

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Underrated: Tanor Bortolini, Wisconsin

One of the more athletic interior offensive linemen in the 2024 NFL Draft is Wisconsin’s Tanor Bortolini who posted an impressive 4.94 40-yard dash and 7.16 3-cone drill at the NFL Combine. In addition to his impressive athletic ability, he has good versatility having seen significant time at both center and guard for the Badgers. He has the intelligence to play in the NFL as well, having been recruited by Yale, Dartmouth, and Columbia coming out of high school.

Overrated: Andrew Raym, Oklahoma

No center in the 2024 class is being vastly overrated, but if I had to pick one I would say Oklahoma’s Andrew Raym who carries a sixth-round grade on my board.

Non-Power Five player to watch: none.

NFL team who needs this position: Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys lost several free agents this year, and one of those players was center Tyler Biadasz. Most likely the Cowboys will draft a center early to replace him, and one player they have already met with is West Virginia’s Zach Frazier.

Overall Rankings (NFL Draft grade I give the player)

1. Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon (first round)

2. Zach Frazier, West Virginia (second round)

3. Sedrick Van Pran, Georgia (third round)

4. Tanor Bortolini, Wisconsin (fourth round)

5. Beaux Limmer, Arkansas (fourth round)

6. Kingsley Eguakun, Florida (sixth round)

7. Andrew Raym, Oklahoma (sixth round)

8. Drake Nugent, Michigan (seventh round)