2024 NFL Mock Draft: WRs dominate early, Ravens get stronger in trenches

Which teams will hit a home run in the 2024 Draft?

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19. Los Angeles Rams: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

Robinson is a bit undersized, but his speed makes him an edge-bender that will give NFL tackles issues if they don't get out of their stance quick enough. Los Angeles needs defensive talent anywhere they can get it, and Robinson's floor as a disruptive speed rusher makes him a first-round lock and prime Rams target.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

The Steelers have the opportunity to form one of the best young cornerback tandems in the league with Wiggins and Joey Porter Jr. for the next half-decade. Wiggins' 4.28 40-yard dash only reaffirmed the 6-2 corner's incredible athletic ability. Pittsburgh's already stout defense would be even more difficult to throw on.

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21. Miami Dolphins: Graham Barton, IOL/OT, Duke

Miami needs multiple new offensive linemen at both the tackle and guard spots, and Barton has the versatility needed to fill both spots to varying degrees of success. Barton's pass protection last year was clearly first-round quality, and the Dolphins need the best line possible to get the most out of Tua Tagovailoa.

22. Philadelphia Eagles: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

While DeJean's late-season injury prevented him from doing any athletic testing, Philadelphia likely hasn't forgotten how utterly dominant his tape as an outside corner was. The Eagles' secondary played a huge role in their collapse late in the season, and DeJean's penchant for big plays is what Vic Fangio needs.

23. Houston Texans (via Cleveland Browns): Johnny Newton, IDL, Illinois

The Texans need one more standout defensive lineman to complement Will Anderson, especially with Jonathan Greenard hitting free agency. DeMeco Ryans always had tremendous interior pressure with his 49ers defenses, and Newton's game-wrecking skill inside would be much appreciated in Houston.

24. Dallas Cowboys: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

The impending loss of Tyron Smith in free agency makes what was already a need for the Cowboys even more important. Latham checked all the boxes in Indy from a physical point of view, and his ability to completely wash players out of games will give Dallas a possible franchise left tackle or immediate upgrade at right tackle.