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2024 NFL Mock Draft

Perhaps one of the reasons we love it so much is its unpredictability. Yet that doesn't stop many of us from attempting to predict or consuming those seemingly impossible predictions.

Because of that, some will say it's way too early to post a 2022 NFL mock draft, let alone a 2023 NFL mock draft.

As we get closer to those respective drafts, we will continue to update our mock drafts.

While it's too early to post a 2024 NFL mock draft (even for us), we've decided to highlight a few true freshmen that will become draft-eligible in 2024. In the future, this page will be the home for our 2024 NFL mock draft.

Of course, there's no guarantee that these 2021 true freshmen will declare, once eligible, but here are a few names that you might hear when the 2024 draft rolls around.

Caleb Williams, QB, Oklahoma

Since 2017, Oklahoma has had a pair of No. 1 overall NFL draft picks and Heisman Trophy winners with Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray. In addition, former Alabama transfer Jalen Hurts was a second-round pick and is the current starter for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Entering the 2021 season, Spencer Rattler was a Heisman favorite and projected No. 1 overall pick (by many). Instead of setting the college football world on fire, Rattler was benched and recently announced that he will transfer to South Carolina.

Taking over for Rattler was Williams, the No. 7 overall prospect in the 2021 recruiting cycle. The dual-threat quarterback from the DC area hit the ground running with a strong performance over his first four games. While he came back to earth a bit since then, he gave Sooner and draft fans a glimpse of his upside. The former five-star recruit has a chance to be the first QB and possibly first pick when the 2024 NFL Draft rolls around.

When asked if Williams will stay at OU, now that Lincoln Riley has left for USC, new head coach Brent Venables said that "I'd be surprised if he wasn't."

Quinn Ewers, QB, Texas

If Williams isn't QB1 in 2024, Ewers could be the guy.

In fact, he might be the early favorite even though we only got a couple of offensive snaps from the (now) former Ohio State Buckeye in 2021. Sitting behind the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, C.J. Stroud, Ewers will return to his home state of Texas, where he begins his Longhorn career as the presumptive starter in 2022.

Reclassifying from the Class of 2022 to the Class of 2021, Ewers was the No. 1 prospect based on composite college football recruiting rankings. Ewers has the tools -- size, arm talent, mobility, etc. -- to become the No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft in a multi-year #TankForTrevor kinda way. #Don'tWinForQuinn?

Of course, Ewers vs. Williams will add an exciting additional layer to the Red River Rivalry over the next couple of seasons.

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TreVeyon Henderson, RB, Ohio State

If there's a first-round running back in 2024, odds are that Henderson, Ewers' former teammate, would be the favorite. A five-star recruit out of Virginia, Henderson leads the Buckeyes in rushing with 1,188 rushing yards (7.0 YPC) and 15 touchdowns and has added 23 catches for 285 yards and four touchdowns.

Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

If there's a first-round tight end in 2024, Bowers is the early favorite. Selected to the 2021 AP College Football Second Team, Bowers leads the Bulldogs in receiving by a wide margin -- 47 catches, 791 yards (16.8 Y/R) and 11 touchdowns. Given his athleticism (4.5 forty, 40-inch vertical) and receiving ability, Bowers is a natural mismatch in the passing game.

As noted above, this is simply a mention of some true freshmen that would become draft-eligible in 2024. They may return to school, may not develop as expected, etc.

In the future, we will use this page to update our 2024 NFL mock draft.

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