2024 NFL Draft consensus top 25 prospect rankings: Four QBs make the cut; offensive prospects dominate top 10

INDIANAPOLIS — The future of the NFL is in Indianapolis this week for the NFL Combine, where more than 300 players are aiming to impress at least one of the 32 clubs across the league. 

A few, however, stand out among the rest — especially at quarterback, wide receiver and offensive line. That’s why it’s no surprise that those positions make up seven of the top 10 prospects in our CBS Sports consensus top 25 rankings, compiled by CBS Sports NFL Draft experts Ryan Wilson, Josh Edwards and Chris Trapasso.

You can see all of the top 25 prospects below, along with their prospect grade, NFL comparison, accolades, strengths, weaknesses and more.

1. Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State


Grade: 95.00 | NFL comparison: Randy Moss

Summary: Marvin Harrison Jr. is arguably the best player in the entire draft class. Father was an NFL Hall of Famer and Harrison has a chance to be even better because of his physical gifts — size, speed, huge catch radius and the ability to win running a variety of routes. When he is locked in, he’s all but unstoppable.


Career: Two-time unanimous All-American (First from OSU since Orlando Pace)First player in Big Ten history with 14+ receiving touchdowns in multiple seasons


Incredibly strong at the top of routes; he’s able to create separation vs. physical CBsHands-catcher with an enormous catch radiusCan stack cornerbacks off the line of scrimmage and has the shiftiness to create separation on every route


Showed frustrations at times at the level of quarterback play in 2023Did have a few focus drops during the 2023 season

2. Caleb Williams, QB, USC


Grade: 94.73 | NFL…


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