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Ourlad's Top 32 2.0

Updated: 01/23/2024 4:00PM ET

1. Jayden Daniels
HT: 6033 |  WT: 205 |  40:
Originally attended Arizona State spending three seasons there. An ascending player with an outstanding combination of foot quickness and passing skill. He possesses a strong arm with a quick release to go with uncanny accuracy. His processing skills are the best of the class and he can put the ball in a tight window. He can also create with his feet. Grades high in all aspects of quarterback play. 2024 Heisman Trophy winner.
2. Marvin Harrison, Jr
WR, Ohio State
HT: 60040 |  WT: 205 |  40:
Son of former great NFL receiver of the same name. Harrison is tall, long and lean and poses a threat lining up outside or inside. Outstanding route runner who's fluid in and out of his breaks and threatens defensive backs with long strides and outstanding deep speed. Excellent route runner that is adept at double moves. Has excellent body control and catch radius to consistently make the difficult catch.
3. Joe Alt
OT, Notre Dame
HT: 6080 |  WT: 314 |  40:
Son of former Chiefs' offensive lineman John Alt. Has a huge somewhat high cut frame that is tough to get around. Moves well for his size and can redirect against counter moves. Has improved as a run blocker and can block in space. Has to battle to avoid losing leverage but has played at a consistently high level
4. Olumuyiwa Fashanu
OT, Penn State
HT: 6060 |  WT: 313 |  40:
Outstanding frame with height and length. Excellent techniques as a pass blocker with a quick punch and mirror to stay square on a block and react to counters. Solid knee bender he can play with power and knock a defender off the ball. Occasionally beaten with a power rush on the edge but has elite skill and high upside.
5. Caleb Williams
HT: 6010 |  WT: 215 |  40:
Thought by many to be the top quarterback in the class in the early going. Williams has the ability to make plays out of nothing and is adept at throwing from different arm slots under pressure. Elite at creating with his feet he is at his best on the move. Has a strong arm with a quick release. Normally accurate he can make all the throws. Has some difficulty processing against multiple coverage and will hold onto the ball too long at times. Lacks ideal height but has elite tools.
6. Laiatu Latu
HT: 6046 |  WT: 261 |  40:
Transfer from Washington in 2022 after being told he should give up football due to a neck injury. He recovered and has been healthy since. He's sudden at the snap with a variety of pass rush moves to go with a non-stop motor. Quick heavy hands allow him to separate from blocks to set up a move. Tough on the edge playing the run he consistently sets the edge and can make plays in space. More straight line then agile but his motor, toughness and technique are elite.
7. Brock Bowers
TE, Georgia
HT: 6040 |  WT: 230 |  40:
He's what the NFL is looking for in a receiving tight end. He can line up wide, inline or in the slot. Excellent route running skill and the ability to separate on a route break. Excellent hands and catch radius he has playmaking skill and can stretch the seam. Tough as a blocker but lacks the bulk to be consistently effective inline. Can get to the second level and block in space.
8. Rome Odunze
WR, Washington
HT: 6027 |  WT: 217 |  40:
Odunze has everything you look for in a receiver. Excellent size to go with track star speed. He shows excellent hands and body control to make the tough catch. Normally a precise route runner he can accelerate out of a break creating immediate separation. Needs to improve against press coverage and continue to develop as a route runner through the entire tree.
9. JC Latham
OT, Alabama
HT: 6060 |  WT: 335 |  40:
Physical player with excellent size and length. Powerful run blocker with outstanding technique. Plays with balance, quick feet and agility. Can punch and mirror and normally handle a speed rush or counter. Feet can get stuck occasionally against a speed rusher's quick in-out move on the edge putting him in recovery mode.
10. Kool-Aid McKinstry
CB, Alabama
HT: 6010 |  WT: 185 |  40:
Physical corner with ideal size and athletic skill for the position. Fluid easy movement allows him to mirror route breaks and plant and drive with the ball in the air. Physical in press he shows a stiff off-hand jam at the line to disrupt the release. He shows the speed to stay in phase up the field. Effective zone defender balancing routes in overlapping zones. Can be physical in run support with solid tackling skill. Can improve ball skills as he rarely plays the ball in phase.
11. Cooper DeJean
CB, Iowa
HT: 6010 |  WT: 207 |  40:
12. Drake Maye
QB, North Carolina
HT: 6040 |  WT: 225 |  40:
13. Jared Verse
ED, Florida State
HT: 6035 |  WT: 252 |  40:
14. Malik Nabers
HT: 6000 |  WT: 196 |  40:
15. Jer'Zhan Newton
DT, Illinois
HT: 6012 |  WT: 300 |  40:
16. Dallas Turner
ED, Alabama
HT: 6040 |  WT: 240 |  40:
17. Troy Franklin
WR, Oregon
HT: 6030 |  WT: 187 |  40:
18. Nate Wiggins
CB, Clemson
HT: 6020 |  WT: 185 |  40:
19. Bralen Trice
ED, Washington
HT: 6033 |  WT: 270 |  40:
20. Amarius Mims
OT, Georgia
HT: 6070 |  WT: 340 |  40:
21. Chop Robinson
ED, Penn State
HT: 6030 |  WT: 254 |  40:
22. Byron Murphy ll
DT, Texas
HT: 6010 |  WT: 308 |  40:
23. Terrion Arnold
CB, Alabama
HT: 6000 |  WT: 196 |  40:
24. Tyler Nubin
S, Minnesota
HT: 6016 |  WT: 206 |  40:
25. Tyler Guyton
OT, Oklahoma
HT: 6070 |  WT: 316 |  40:
26. Keon Coleman
WR, Florida State
HT: 6040 |  WT: 215 |  40:
27. Taliese Fuaga
OT, Oregon State
HT: 6054 |  WT: 328 |  40:
28. Brian Thomas Jr.
HT: 6040 |  WT: 205 |  40:
29. Blake Corum
RB, Michigan
HT: 5074 |  WT: 219 |  40:
30. Quinyon Mitchell
CB, Toledo
HT: 6004 |  WT: 199 |  40:
31. Kamren Kinchens
S, Miami
HT: 6000 |  WT: 205 |  40:
32. Bo Nix
QB, Oregon
HT: 6017 |  WT: 225 |  40: