April 29, 2024 NFL mock draft

The 2022 NFL Draft has just ended, but it is never too early to look ahead. The April 29 NFL mock draft is presented below.

The 2024 NFL Mock Draft is available April 29.

Note: This draft order is from current Super Bowl odds.

1. Arizona Cardinals- Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

Turner has had a fantastic start to his Alabama career, and the Cardinals need to bolster their pass rush.

2. Houston Texans- Marvin Harrision Jr., WR, Ohio State

The Texans took their signal-caller in the 2023 NFL Draft, but they can now aid him with his former college teammate.

3. Indianapolis Colts- Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

Verse had the choice to enter the NFL Draft in 2023 or go back to school. If the Seminoles have a successful season, he might go even higher than his anticipated top-10 pick.

4. Tennessee Titans- Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

The Titans made a wise choice in selecting Peter Skoronski in the 2023 NFL Draft, but their offensive line still needs a lot of improvement. Fashanu has the potential to be the league’s best starting left tackle.

5. Chicago Bears (via CAR)- Denzel Burke, CB, Ohio State

After getting Justin Fields plenty of help this offseason, the Bears can improve their secondary early in the 2024 NFL Draft.

6. Atlanta Falcons- Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Williams will most likely be removed from the draft before pick six, but it is too soon to forecast transactions. If Desmond Ridder isn’t the answer at quarterback, the Falcons can get Williams, who is great at making plays out of structure.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Drake Maye, QB, UNC

The Buccaneers have signed Baker Mayfield, but by selecting Maye, who had a very strong debut season with the Bucs, they may be looking ahead.

8. Washington Commanders- Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

Sam Howell will apply for the position this year, but if the Commanders are so selective, they might choose a signal-caller. Penix has a strong arm.

9. New England Patriots- Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Riley Reiff was signed by the Patriots to play right tackle, but the offensive line still needs more long-term solutions.

10. Los Angeles Rams- Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

The Rams allegedly wanted to advance to get Dalton Kincaid. With Bowers, they can add a solid weapon to their offensive arsenal.

11. Green Bay Packers- Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

The Packers will require assistance in their secondary if Eric Stokes cannot regain his previous form.

12. Chicago Bears- Michael Hall, DL, Ohio State

While they were able to draft some interior defensive linemen on day two of the 2023 NFL Draft, the Bears could benefit from a difference-maker like Hall.

13. Pittsburgh Steelers- Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson

It’s been a while since the Steelers have had an impactful linebacker and Trotter has all the tools to be a first-round pick.

14. Minnesota Vikings- Andrew Mukuba, S, Clemson

The Vikings need to get more out of Harrison Smith’s position going ahead because of his advancing age.

15. Las Vegas Raiders- J.T. Tuimoloau, DL, Ohio State

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The Raiders can select an impact interior player in round one of the 2023 NFL Draft after adding more edge support (although he has also played on the edge).

16. New York Giants- Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State

The Giants have spent some draft capital on wide receivers, but need more production out of the position.

17. Seattle Seahawks- Jack Sawyer, EDGE, Ohio State

Getting more pass-rushing help should be on the docket for next season in Seattle.

18. New Orleans Saints- Connor Colby, IOL, Iowa

To enhance their attack as a whole, New Orleans will need to strengthen the interior of their offensive line.

19. Houston Texans (via CLE)- Javon Bullard, S, Georgia

The Texans might need another safety if Jalen Pitre doesn’t improve before next season.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars- Calen Bullock, S, USC

The Jaguars may use assistance at nickel and another safety. Bullock can help them move things around in their secondary.

21. Baltimore Ravens- Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

After acquiring some new offensive tools this offseason for Lamar Jackson, Baltimore needs to strengthen the corner position.

22. Denver Broncos- Sedrick Van Pran, OG/C, Georgia

Van Pran could’ve entered the 2023 NFL Draft and been selected decently early. He might be selected in the first round if his standing rises.

23. Detroit Lions- Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State

After getting plenty of speed in their receiver room, the Lions can take a big target in Wilson, who is 6-foot-7.

24. Los Angeles Chargers- Maason Smith, DL, LSU

For the Chargers, it has been challenging to stop the run for a while.

25. Miami Dolphins- Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

The Dolphins must ensure Tua Tagovailoa is safeguarded because to his injury troubles.

26. Dallas Cowboys- Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

The Cowboys will need to address the receiver position if Michael Gallup doesn’t go back to his usual form.

27. New York Jets- Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

The Jets are paying several tight ends, but none of them are solidified long-term answers.

28. Buffalo Bills- Raheim Sanders, RB, Arkansas

Buffalo needs a running back to lessen the burden on Josh Allen, who runs the ball so frequently.

29. Cincinnati Bengals- TreVeyon Henderson, RB, Ohio State

The Bengals can acquire a successor for Joe Mixon after skipping a running back on the first two days of the 2023 NFL Draft since they might opt to go lower at the position.

30. Philadelphia Eagles- Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

To fully open up their offense even more, the Eagles need a third receiver.

31. San Francisco 49ers- Cooper Beebe, OT, Kansas State

Beebe has the ability to move to the interior to really help a need of the 49ers.

32. Kansas City Chiefs- Tyleik Williams, DL, Ohio State

Next to Chris Jones, Kansas City needs to strengthen their interior.

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