NFL Combine 2024 Event Schedule

NFL Combine 2024 Event Schedule
‘Word on the Street’

Frank Coyle

2024 NFL Combine 

The NFL Combine 2024 has opened with the arrival of 321 pro prospects over the next few days for the week-long event. It will be an active week of evaluation of pro prospects who will be broken down to four groups who will stay for 5 days of medical and interview evaluation before measurements, on field drills and bench presses complete their workout. will have several scouts at the event and provide in-depth coverage.  

2024 NFL Scouting Combine Workout and Measurement Schedule

Thursday – 2/29/24
Measurements and On field Drills  – Edge Rushers, Defensive Line and Linebackers
         3 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network
Friday – 3/1/24
Measurements & On field Drills – Cornerbacks, Safeties and Tight Ends
  Bench Press – DL & TE
     3 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network
Saturday – 3/2/24
Measurements & On field Drills – Quarterbacks, Running Backs and Wide Receivers 
  Bench Press – Defensive Backs
     1 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network
Sunday – 3/3/24
Measurements & On field Drills – Running Backs, Offensive Tackles and Interior Offensive Linemen
  Bench Press – QB, RB, & WR
   1 pm – 7 pm – NFL Network
Monday, May 4th
Bench Press – Offensive Linemen & Special Teams

NFL Draft 2024 – Positional Rankings

NFL Draft 2024 – Positional Rankings

Offensive Linemen – Top Ten Prospects

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Offensive Players – Tackles, Guards & Centers
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Top Ten Linemen

Offensive Tackles
# Player                         Ht/Wt      College
1 Olu Fashanu                6-5, 325    Penn State
2 Joe Alt                          6-7, 315    Notre Dame
3 Tailese Fuaga              6-6, 330  Oregon State
4 Tyler Guyton               6-7, 330  Oklahoma
5 Amarius Mims            6-6, 320   Georgia
6 JC Latham                   6-5, 335   Alabama
7 Jordan Morgan           6-5, 315    Arizona
8 Christian Jones          6-5, 320   Texas
9 Patrick Paul                 6-7, 330   Houston
10 Kingsley Saumaala   6-5, 330   BYU

# Player                          Ht/Wt       College
1 Troy Fantanu                  6-4, 315     Washington
2 Cooper Beebe                 6-3, 335     Kansas State
3 Graham Barton              6-5, 310     Duke
4 Zak Zinter                        6-5, 315     Michigan
5 Christian Mahogany      6-3, 330    Boston College
6 Christian Haynes           6-3, 320    UConn
7 Javion Cohen                  6-4, 320   Miami
8 Tanor Bortolini              6-4, 305   Wisconsin
9 Sataoa Laumea               6-4, 320   Utah
10 Beaux Limmer              6-5, 300   Arkansas

# Player                                 Ht/Wt      College
1 Jackson Powers-Johnson   6-3, 335     Oregon
2 Sedrick Van Pran                6-4, 310      Georgia
3 Zach Frazier                         6-3, 315      West Virginia
4 Drake Nugent                      6-1, 300      Michigan
5 Kingsley Equakun               6-3, 300     Florida
6 Matthew Lee                        6-3, 295      Miami
7 Dylan McMahon                 6-3, 305      NC State
8 Nick Samac                          6-4, 300     Michigan State
9 Will Putnam                        6-4, 315      Clemson
10 Bryan Hudson                   6-3, 305     Louisville

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Offensive Players – Skill Positions
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# Player              Ht/Wt        College
1 Caleb Williams 6-1, 215 Southern Cal
2 Drake May 6-3, 220 North Carolina
3 Jayden Daniels 6-3, 205      LSU
4 Bo Nix 6-2, 220 Oregon
5 Michael Penix 6-3, 215 Washington
6 JJ McCarthy 6-2, 200 Michigan
7 Spencer Rattler 6-1, 220 South Carolina
8 Michael Pratt 6-3, 215 Tulane
9 Jordan Travis 6-1, 215 Florida State
10 Devin Leary 6-1, 215 Kentucky

Running Backs
# Player                 Ht/Wt    College
1 Jonathan Brooks 6-0, 210 Texas
2 Trey Benson 6-0, 215 Florida State
3 Audric Estime 5-11, 225 Notre Dame
4 Blake Corum 5-8, 210 Michigan
5 Braelon Allen 6-2, 240 Wisconsin
6 Will Shipley 5-10, 205 Clemson
7 Jaylen Wright 5-11, 210 Tennessee
8 Dillon Johnson 5-11, 220 Washington
9 Cody Schrader 5-8, 210 Missouri
10 MarShawn Lloyd 5-9, 210 Southern Cal

Tight Ends
# Player         Ht/Wt      College
1 Brock Bowers 6-3, 235 Georgia
2 Ja’Tavion Sanders 6-4, 250 Texas
3 Cade Stover 6-4, 255 Ohio State
4 Theo Johnson 6-6, 255 Penn State
5 Jaheim Bell 6-2, 245 Florida State
6 Brevyn Spann-Ford 6-7, 265 Minnesota
7 Ben Sinnott 6-4, 255 Kansas State
8 Jared Wiley 6-6, 255 TCU
9 AJ Barner 6-6, 250 Michigan
10 Dallin Holker 6-3, 245 Colorado State

Wide Receivers
# Player                    Ht/Wt       College
1 Marvin Harrison 6-4, 205 Ohio State
2 Rome Odunze 6-2, 210 Washington
3 Malik Nabers 6-0, 195 LSU
4 Brian Thomas 6-4, 210 LSU
5 Keon Coleman 6-3, 210 Florida State
6 Troy Franklin 6-2, 185 Oregon
7 Xavier Worthy 6-0, 170 Texas
8 Roman Wilson 5-11, 185 Michigan
9 AD Mitchell 6-4, 200 Texas
10 Ladd McConkey 5-11, 190 Georgia

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NFL Combine 2024 – Events & Schedule

NFL Combine 2024 – Schedule

  Feb. 26- March 4 – NFL Scouting Combine (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, In)

 Frank Coyle/ Head scout

The 2024 NFL Scouting Combine begins on Monday, February 26th with team interviews, physicals, medical exams and media interviews. The athletic testing and field drills get underway on Thursday, Feb 29th. The events will once again take place at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis. Television coverage can be found on the NFL Network. will have scouts at the NFL Combine and provide scouting insights for the Draft Yearbook and exclusive emails to Full subscribers.

 2024 NFL Scouting Combine Workout Schedule

 Thursday – 2/29/24: Edge Rushers, Defensive Line and Linebackers
3 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network

Friday – 3/1/24: Cornerbacks and Safeties
3 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network

Saturday – 3/2/24: Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers and Tight Ends
1 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network

Sunday – 3/3/24: Running Backs, Offensive Tackles and Interior Offensive Line
1 pm – 7 pm – NFL Network

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NFL Combine 2024February 26- March 4 – Indianapolis, In.

The NFL Network channel will televise the NFL Combine in its entirety. Every NFL front office personnel will canvas the workouts. Players will go through extensive testing on their athletic, intellectual and psychological abilities by the staffs of NFL clubs. Prospects will follow the Combine with school Pro Day workouts. The NFL Combine gives players a chance to impress pro scouts on a level playing field vs most of their top competitors.

With increasing interest in the NFL Draft, the scouting combine has grown in scope and significance, allowing personnel directors to evaluate upcoming prospects in a standardized setting. Its origins have evolved from the National, BLESTO and Quadra Scouting organizations in 1977 to the media event it has become today.

Pro day workouts will be held at various college facilities where the running surfaces can have a variety of compositions effecting their timed results. Pro Days are not standardized with all the NFL Combine events, though the scouts request a broader series of events at their scheduled events.       

On average, there are approximately 75-100+ NFL Combine players who will go undrafted while on average, 50+ non-invited NFL Combine players are drafted each April. Athletes attend by invitation only. An athlete’s performance during the NFL Combine can affect their draft status and salary, and their career. The NFL Draft has popularized the term “workout warrior”, whereby an athlete’s ‘draft stock’ is increased based on superior measurable qualities such as size, speed, and strength, despite having an average or sub-par college career.

The 2024 NFL Scouting Combine begins on Monday, February 26th. The athletic testing and field drills get underway on Thursday, Feb 29th. The events will once again take place at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis. Television coverage can be found on the NFL Network.

NFL Combine Events annually:

Tests/ Evaluations include:
     40-yard dash
    Bench press (225 lbs. repetitions)
    Vertical jump
    Broad jump
    20-yard shuttle
    3 cone drill
    60-yard shuttle
    Position-specific drills
     Interviews/The Wonderlic test
     Physical measurements
    Injury evaluation
    Drug screen
    The Cybex test
NFL Combine 2024 Participants (321 initially) by Position
  Quarterbacks (14)
  Running Backs (29)
  Fullbacks (0)
  Wide Receivers (39)
  Tight Ends (16)
  Offensive Linemen (70)                                                      
Defensive Linemen                                                              
   Edge & Tackles (50)
   Linebackers (30)
   Defensive Backs (67)
Special Teams (6)
    Placekickers/ Punters/ Longsnappers
   The NFL released the list of players invited to the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine. A total of 321 prospects were invited to attend in this year’s NFL Combine. Over the past decade, over 85% of all players that were drafted attended the NFL Combine.

NFL Draft – 1st Round Mock Draft

NFL Draft 2024 – First Round Mock Draft – 4.0

February, 2024

 Selection order prior to Super Bowl LVIIl with winner drafting last in every round.

All underclassmen had until Jan. 15th to declare for the NFL Draft 2024. Players had three days to rescind their decision and return to school and still retain their college eligibility. No underclassmen rescinded their decision.
After the Senior Bowl and East-West All-star weeks.

February 2024 Newsletter will have a new Three Round Mock Draft, Top 150 Prospects and extensive All-Star evaluation

NFL Draft 2024 – Mock Draft

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1st Round

#           Team              W/L         Pos      Player                    School
1 Chicago (Carolina – 2-15)        QB       Jayden Daniels             LSU
2 Washington (4-13)                  QB       Caleb Williams             Southern Cal
3 New England (4-13)                QB       Drake Maye                  North Carolina
4 Arizona (4-13)                           OT        Olu Fashanu                 Penn State
5 Los Angeles Chargers (5-12)   WR       Marvin Harrison Jr         Ohio State
6 New York Giants (6-11)           OT        Joe Alt                         Notre Dame
7 Tennessee (6-11)                     WR       Malik Nabers                 LSU
8 Atlanta (7-10)                          Edge    Dallas Turner                Alabama
9 Chicago (7-10)                         WR       Rome Odunze               Washington
10 New York Jets (7-10)            OT        Taliese Fuaga               Oregon State
11 Minnesota (7-10)                   TE        Brock Bowers                Georgia
12 Denver (8-9)                         CB        Terrion Arnold               Alabama
13 Las Vegas (8-9)                    DB       Cooper DeJean             Iowa
14 New Orleans (9-8)                Edge    Laiatu Latu                    UCLA
15 Indianapolis (9-8)                  CB        Nate Wiggins                Clemson
16 Seattle (9-8)                         QB       Michael Penix Jr.           Washington
17 Jacksonville (9-8)                  OT        Amarius Mims               Georgia
18 Cincinnati (9-8)                     DL        Jer’Zhan Newton           Illinois
19 Los Angeles Rams (10-7)      CB        Quinyon Mitchell            Toledo
20 Pittsburgh (10-7)                   OT        JC Latham                    Alabama
21 Miami (11-6)                         Edge    Jared Verse                  Florida State
22 Philadelphia (11-6)                CB        Kool-Aid McKinstry        Alabama
3 Houston (Cleveland – 11-6)    OT        Tyler Guyton                 Oklahoma
24 Dallas (12-5)                        OT        Troy Fautanu                Washington
25 Green Bay (9-8)                    OT        Jordan Morgan             Arizona
26 Tampa Bay (9-8)                   C     Jackson Powers-Johnson   Oregon
27 Arizona (Houston – 9-8)         Edge    Chop Robinson             Penn State
28 Buffalo (11-6)                       CB        Kamari Lassiter             Georgia
29 Detroit (12-5)                        DL        Leonard Taylor III          Miami (Fl)
30 Baltimore (13-4)                    OT        Patrick Paul                  Houston
31 San Francisco (12-5)            S          Tyler Nubin                   Minnesota
32 Kansas City (11-6)                WR       Troy Franklin                 Oregon

East-West Shrine Players – ‘Word on the Street’

‘Word On the Street’

Frank Coyle

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 NFL Postseason

 East-West Shrine Practices
Game – 8 pm NFL Network – Thursday Feb 1st

   Players to Watch

 QB Devin Leary, Kentucky, 6010, 215 moved well in the pocket and threw well on the move. He was accurate through the intermediate zones. He needs a strong game performance. QB Austin Reed, Western Kentucky, 6007, 233 spread the ball around nicely and went through his progressions. He anticipates routes well and delivers the ball with good touch and timing.

RB Frank Gore Jr., Southern Miss, 5071, 199 is a compact runner with power and elusiveness. He will probably be the feature back here with well rounded playmaking abilities. RB Jaden Shirden, Monmouth University, 5074, 189 sudden scatback moves easily and has the explosiveness to run away from defenders. Looking for reps in this game. RB Deshaun Fenwick, Oregon State, 6006, 225 ran hard inside and made yardage after contact. He is primed for a strong game performance.

WR Jalen Coker, Holy Cross, 6012, 218 displayed great body control and a big receiving radius. He is effective in the red zone and has soft hands. WR Casey Washington, Illinois, 6006, 197 shows fine length to win the 50/50 passes. Looked sharp in practices and hopes to transform that to the game. WR Malik Washington, Virginia, 5081, 192 is a compact receiver with quickness and nice deep speed. He displayed good hands and run after the catch ability in practices.

TE Zach Heins, S Dakota St, 6061, 264 displayed reliable hands and route sound routes. He is effective in the middle zones and is a strong blocker. TE Isaac Rex, BYU, 6050, 250 moved easily and showcased soft hands and sound routes. He adjusts well in his routes with the ability to sit in the openings.

OT Walter Rouse, Oklahoma, 6054, 319 moved and slide consistently well with nice hand usage. He looked sharp in pass protection. OG KT Leveston, Kansas State, 6035, 337 has a strong frame and base with good length. He utilizes his fine functional strength to move defenders out of the hole. OG Christian Mahogany, Boston College, 6024, 318 is a powerful blocker who locks on and gets consistent movement in the run game. Needs some work in pass protection.


Edge Trajan Jeffcoat, Arkansas, 6040, 266 checked in ripped and prototypical size for the outside. He showed quickness on the snap and fine use of his long arms and strong hands. Edge Eyabi Okie-Anoma, Charlotte, 6037, 253 was explosive on the snap and bend the edge nicely. He pressured QBs to move them consistently off their spot. Edge Mohamed Kamara, Colorado State, 6013, 252 showed deceptive power to get into blockers and the quickness to continue through the arc.

DL Fabian Lovett Sr., Florida State, 6033, 307 was quick on the snap to penetrate the middle. He holds the point well. DL Nathan Pickering, Mississippi St, 6026, 300 is a long versatile lineman who keeps blockers off his body. He can bull rush and uses his huge wingspan to deflect passes. DL Khristian Boyd, Northern Iowa, 6021, 320 is a wide body interior lineman who held the point well. He stays alive nicely to be effective between the tackles.

CB Jarrian Jones, Florida State, 6000, 192 is an interesting prospect with length, agility and quickness. He held up nicely in coverage and is competitive on 50/50 passes. CB Dwight McGlothern, Arkansas, 6013, 185 is quick to break on the ball and blanketed receivers in practice. He uses his length well on high ball. CB Qwan’tez Stiggers, Toronto Argonauts, 5113, 203 is eligible here after one season in the CFL. He has a strong frame and built more along safety lines. He has good hips to open and matchup along with good run support skills. S Isaiah Johnson, Syracuse, 6027, 207 is a long defender who can matchup with tight ends and is fluid in coverage to play in all the sub packages.

PK Cam Little, Arkansas, 6007, 173 displayed a strong leg and should earn a draftable 3rd day grade for April.

Players to Watch
Devin Leary                   Kentucky                      QB       6010     215
Austin Reed                  Western Kentucky         QB       6007     233

Jaden Shirden               Monmouth                    RB        5074     189
Deshaun Fenwick          Oregon State                RB        6006     225

Jalen Coker                  Holy Cross                    WR       6012     218
Casey Washington        Illinois                           WR       6006     197
Isaiah Williams              Illinois                           WR       6006     197
Cornelius Johnson        Michigan                       WR       6022     213
Tahj Washington           USC                             WR       5097     177
Malik Washington          Virginia                         WR       5081     192

Zach Heins                    S Dakota St                  TE        6061     264
Isaac Rex                     BYU                             TE        6050     250

Walter Rouse                Oklahoma                     OT        6054     319
Caedan Wallace            Penn State                    OT        6043     322
KT Leveston                 Kansas State                OG       6035     337
Christian Mahogany       Boston C,                     OG       6024     318

Trajan Jeffcoat             Arkansas                      Edge    6040     266
Xavier Thomas              Clemson                       Edge    6016     244
Eyabi Okie-Anoma         Charlotte                       Edge    6037     253
Mohamed Kamara         Colorado State              Edge    6013     252

Evan Anderson             Florida Atlantic              DL        6004     319
Fabian Lovett Sr.           Florida State                 DL        6033     307
Khristian Boyd              Northern Iowa               DL        6021     320

Jarrian Jones                Florida State                 CB        6000     192
Dwight McGlothern        Arkansas                      CB        6013     185
Qwan’tez Stiggers         Toronto Argonauts        CB        5113     203
Trey Taylor                    Air Force                       Saf       6004     213
Marcellas Dial               S Carolina                     Saf       5113     185
Isaiah Johnson              Syracuse                      Saf       6027     207

Cam Little                     Arkansas                      PK        6007     173


Senior Bowl Week – Practice

‘Word on the Street’

Frank Coyle

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NFL Postseason

Senior Bowl Week

Weigh-in and Practices

National Team – Monday

The Senior Bowl week has begun with the usual surprises at the Weigh-in followed by the early practices. The National team worked out in the morning and showcased a strong overall club. The National club featured two highly regarded QBs in Michael Penix Jr., 6024, 212 and Bo Nix, 6017, 218. Both adjusted nicely to the setting and took command immediately. Penix throws an accurate deep ball along with a strong arm. Nix moved well in the pocket and was accurate and good timing to hit receivers in stride. Runners, MarShawn Lloyd, 5091,217 and Rasheen Ali, 5113, 204 had an impressive first day practice. Floyd displayed quick footwork to slide in the hole, change directions and a quick burst into the second level. Ali ran strong with the burst to get into the secondary. He also caught the ball well. Wideouts, Devontez Walker, 6014, 197 and Roman Wilson, 5104, 186 shined in the Tuesday morning practice. Walker was smooth into his routes with the burst to separate. He worked well from the outside and the slot. Wilson ran crisp routes and showed natural speed to run vertical routes. He moved easily through coverage and separated well. TE Theo Johnson, 6060, 257 displayed soft hands and fine length. He moved well in routes with good footwork to create separation and provide a sure target. OT Taliese Fuaga, 6057, 332 was imposing physically and moved easily in his slide and into the second level. He has great length and core strength that was evident on every snap. He pancaked edge defender Laiatu Latu in a one-on-one drill. He impressed scouts immediately and looks NFL ready. OC Jackson Powers-Johnson, 6032, 334 showed power and quickness with heavy hands to control nose tackles. He was quick to strike defenders with the mobility to adjust and reset nicely. RT Roger Rosengarten, 6054, 311 displayed sound technique and the ability to anchor and adjust to secondary moves. He helped his cause in the first practice.

DL Gabe Hall, 6056, 298 flashed quickness and strong hands to win early on the down. He moved around the front and gained penetration consistently. DL Marshawn Kneeland, 6030, 268 showed power as a bull rusher. He held the edge well in run support and impressed overall. Edge Laiatu Latu, 6046, 261 was explosive on the snap and was flexible thru the rush. He used his hands well to keep blockers off his body. Edge Brandon Dorlus, 6031, 272 was active from the outside. He held the edge well in run support. LB Adisa Isaac, 6045, 250 was quick off the edge flashing power and strong hands to win vs bigger blockers. He shows quickness to move along the line to pursue to finish. LB Payton Wilson, 6041, 234 was active as expected. He reads plays quickly with the athleticism to beat blockers to the hole. He uses his hands well to separate and slip blockers to finish. CB Quinyon Mitchell, 6003, 195 was impressive in coverage. He moves easily and opens his hips quickly to break on the ball. He ran stride for stride with top receivers with the instincts to locate the ball and compete for the pass. S Josh Proctor, 6014, 198 shows NFL size and athleticism. He ability to cover is still raw and needs work, though his athleticism allows him to make up for mistakes.

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Senior Bowl Weigh-in

Senior Bowl Weigh-in

2024 Senior Bowl Weigh-Ins and Measurements

Frank Coyle/ Publisher

The 2024 Senior Bowl weigh-ins and measurements for the 75th edition of the college football all-star event in Mobile.

The 2024 Senior Bowl is a week of events designed which showcases 120+ of the best pro prospects for the 2024 NFL Draft. The Senior Bowl weigh-ins and measurements kicked off the action, providing vital information for teams and analysts.

The 2024 Senior Shrine Bowl weigh-ins and measurements are as crucial a part of the schedule. Clubs interview prospects over the week, in addition to current physical status including any injury updates. The practices start on Tuesday and the 75th edition of the Senior Bowl itself kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024.

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with NFL and college coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a member of the FWAA and voter in major college player awards – Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc. for the past 30 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He has a new column ‘The Word on the Street’ dedicated for the NFL Draft and Free agency with unique content during December through May.

He was a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for CBS and ESPN on a year-round basis related to NFL and College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

Top 100 Prospects – NFL Draft 2024

Top 100 Pro Prospects for NFL Draft 2024

Frank Coyle/ Publisher

January, 2024 – underclassmen eligible declared by Jan 15, 2024
Pre-Senior bowl and East-West Shrine games – Draft Insiders’ staff will attend both the Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine games and practices. We will detailed reports for Full subscriber via email and in the February newsletter.

January Newsletter is available – Top 150 Prospects, Three Round Mock Draft and Underclassemen

#        Pos      Pro Prospect               School 
1        QB       Caleb Williams             Southern Cal
2        WR       Marvin Harrison Jr         Ohio State
3        QB       Drake Maye                  North Carolina
4        QB       Jayden Daniels             LSU
5        TE        Brock Bowers                Georgia
6        OT        Olu Fashanu                 Penn State
7         WR       Malik Nabers                 LSU
8        OT        Joe Alt                         Notre Dame
9        WR       Rome Odunze               Washington
10        Edge    Dallas Turner                Alabama
11        CB        Kool-Aid McKinstry        Alabama
12        Edge    Laiatu Latu                    UCLA
13        DL        Jer’Zhan Newton           Illinois
14        Edge    Jared Verse                  Florida State
15        DB       Cooper DeJean             Iowa
16        OT        Amarius Mims               Georgia
17        WR       Keon Coleman             Florida State
18        CB        Nate Wiggins                Clemson
19        OT        Taliese Fuaga               Oregon State
20        Edge    Chop Robinson             Penn State
21        OT        JC Latham                    Alabama
22        CB        Kamari Lassiter             Georgia
23        OT        Troy Fautanu                Washington
24        QB       Michael Penix Jr.           Washington
25        CB        Terrion Arnold               Alabama
26        Edge    Chris Braswell               Alabama
27        QB       Bo Nix                         Oregon
28        OT        Tyler Guyton                 Oklahoma
29        Edge    Bralen Trice                  Washington
30        S          Tyler Nubin                   Minnesota
31        CB        Quinyon Mitchell            Toledo
32        WR       Xavier Worthy               Texas
33        OT        Jordan Morgan             Arizona
34        WR       Troy Franklin                 Oregon
35        OT        Patrick Paul                  Houston
36        WR       Xavier Legette               South Carolina
37        DL        T’Vondre Sweat             Texas
38         Edge    Jonah Elliss                  Utah
39        WR       Brian Thomas               LSU
40         S          Kamren Kinchens          Miami (Fl)
41        QB       JJ McCarthy                  Michigan
42         DL        Leonard Taylor III          Miami (Fl)
43        CB        Kalen King                    Penn State
44        OT        Kingsley Suamataia       BYU
45        OL        Cooper Beebe               Kansas State
46        LB        Edgerrin Cooper            Texas A&M
47        CB        Ennis Rakestraw           Missouri
48        OT        Graham Barton             Duke
49         DT        Kris Jenkins                  Michigan
50         OL        Zak Zinter                     Michigan
51        WR       Johnny Wilson               Florida State
52        S          Javon Bullard                Georgia
53        WR       Adonai Mitchell             Texas
54        Edge    Brandon Dorlus             Oregon
55        OT        Javon Foster                 Missouri
56         C          Jackson Powers-Johnson    Oregon
57        S          James Williams             Miami (Fl)
58        WR       Roman Wilson               Michigan
59        DL        Maason Smith               LSU
60        LB        Jeremiah Trotter Jr.       Clemson
61        WR       Jalen McMillan             Washington
62         CB        DJ James                     Auburn
63         DL        Braden Fiske                 Florida State
64         QB       Michael Pratt                 Tulane
65        LB        Payton Wilson               NC State
66        LB        Cedric Gray                  North Carolina
67        QB       Spencer Rattler             South Carolina
68         S          Calen Bullock                Southern Cal
69         TE        Cade Stover                 Ohio State
70        CB        Mike Sainristil                Michigan
71        WR       Ja’Lynn Polk                 Washington
72        LB        Tommy Eichenberg       Ohio State
73        S          Cole Bishop                  Utah
74        DL        Mekhi Wingo                 LSU
75        OL        Andrew Raym               Oklahoma
76        CB        Kris Abrams-Draine       Missouri
77        OL        Christian Mahogany       Boston College
78        RB        Trey Benson                 Florida State
79        CB        T.J. Tampa                   Iowa
80        WR       Zakhari Franklin            Mississippi
81         CB        Caelen Carson              Wake Forest
82        WR       Tory Horton                   Colorado State
83        Edge    Adisa Isaac                   Penn State
84         TE        Ja’Tavion Sanders         Texas
85        OL        Sedrick Van Pran          Georgia
86        RB        Braelon Allen                Wisconsin
87        OL        Connor Colby                Iowa
88        Edge    Zion Tupuola-Fetui        Washington
89        OL        Kiran Amegadjie            Yale
90        DL        Ruke Orhorhoro            Clemson
91         WR       Jermaine Burton            Alabama
92         CB        Khyree Jackson             Oregon State
93        RB        Blake Corum                 Michigan
94        DL        Keith Randolph             Illinois
95        CB        Josh Newton                 TCU
96        RB        Audric Estime                Notre Dame
97         LB        Junior Colson                Michigan
98        WR       Ainias Smith                  Texas A&M
99         DT        McKinney Jackson        Texas A&M
100       RB        MarShawn Lloyd           USC

Senior Bowl & East-West Games Highlight All-Star Schedule

All-Star Games and Rosters
Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine Games Highlight All-Star Schedule

The two major All-Star games, the Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine games are a week away featuring most of the future NFL Draft 2024 prospects. The East-West game begins practice sessions this Saturday, January 25, 2024 thru mid week. The Senior Bowl will begin with a weigh-in Monday, January 29th thru the week to the Feb. 3 game.

Draft Insiders’ staff will be at both All-star events with detailed reports via email, February Newsletter and 2024 NFL Draft Yearbook.

*** Senior Bowl Game – Feb. 3, 2024 Mobile, Alabama ***
– Hancock Whitney Stadium – 12:00 pm CT- NFL Network –
Weigh-in- Practices – Monday Jan. 29th thru Thursday Feb. 1st

For Complete Senior Bowl info including updated Roster acceptances
                    Go to

2/3 – Senior Bowl – Mobile, Alabama – NFLN

Senior Bowl 2024 Invitations

2/1 – East-West 99th Shrine Bowl – Frisco, Texas – NFLN

East-West Shrine Game – Rosters

East-West Game – Practice Schedule

Saturday, January 27 – Practice
East Team – Time: 8:15-9:45 AM
West Team – Time: 10:00-11:30 AM

Sunday, January 28
West Team – Time: 8:15-9:45 AM
East Team – Time: 10:00-11:30 AM

Monday, January 29
East Team – Time: 8:15-9:45 AM
West Team – Time: 10:00-11:30 AM

Tuesday, January 30
West Team – Time: 8:15-9:45 AM
East Team – Time: 10:00-11:30 AM

Thursday, February 1
2024 East-West Game
99th East-West Shrine Bowl

Thursday, February 1, 2024
7:00 PM CT | Watch on NFL Network
Location: Ford Center at The Star 9 Cowboys Way, Frisco, TX 75034