NFL Draft 2024 – First Round Order

NFL Draft 2024 – First Round Selection Order

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The NFL Draft selection order is based on the 2023 NFL standings plus the NFL Draft tiebreaking procedures. Picks 1-18 are the non-playoff teams, with the order decided by the draft tiebreakers. Tied positions rotate up in the succeeding rounds. Positions 19 through 32 are based on playoff game results and tiebreakers are used if necessary.

Currently Carolina and Cleveland do not have a 2024 First round selection

Jan. 15 – Special Eligibility Deadline. Deadline for college players who are underclassmen to apply for Special Eligibility. They will have until Jan 18th to rescind their decision and retain their college eligibility. A list of underclassmen who have been approved for entry into the 2024 NFL Draft will be sent to clubs on January 19.

April 25-27 – NFL Draft 2024 – Detroit, Michigan

NFL Draft 2024 – First Round Order – Nov. 28

  1. Chicago (Carolina – 1-10)
  2. Arizona (2-10)
  3. New England (2-9)
  4. Chicago (4-8)
  5. New York Giants (4-8)
  6. Washington (4-8)
  7. Tennessee (4-7)
  8. New York Jets (4-7)
  9. Tampa Bay (4-7)
  10. Los Angeles Chargers (4-7)
  11. Las Vegas (5-7)
  12. New Orleans (5-6)
  13. Green Bay (3-6)
  14. Los Angeles Rams (5-7)
  15. Cincinnati (5-7)
  16. Buffalo (6-6)
  17. Arizona (Houston – 6-5)
  18. Denver (6-5)

Current Playoff Clubs below bracketed based on current record and SOS

Atlanta would quality because it currently leads the NFC South despite a sub .500 record. They would earn the postseason despite three current clubs with better records.

  1. Atlanta (5-6)
  2. Minnesota (6-6)
  3. Seattle (6-5)
  4. Indianapolis (6-5)
  5. Houston (Cleveland – 7-4)
  6. Pittsburgh (7-4)
  7. Dallas (8-3)
  8. Miami (8-3)
  9. Detroit (8-3)
  10. San Francisco (8-3)
  11. Jacksonville (8-3)
  12. Kansas City (8-3)
  13. Baltimore (9-3)
  14. Philadelphia (10-1)

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 insight and news 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


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