2024 Senior Bowl Preview – Top 5 Most Highly Anticipated Prospects with Matty Kiwoom

by Matty Kiwoom · Featured

These are players to get familiar with at the 2024 Senior Bowl!

Jim Carey looks at Jeff Daniels as they arrive in Colorado in the freezing cold and says “we’re there.” Ladies and gents…we’re there, it is officially NFL Draft season. The East/West Shrine Bowl is under way in Texas, and the Reese’s 2024 Senior Bowl is set to start this week in Mobile, Alabama. These all-star games are a significant step to get drafted by an NFL franchise. It is also a great place for us dynasty sickos to start prepping for our rookie drafts in 2024. 

Here are a handful of players that I am most excited about in Mobile and expect them to get some helium going forward. 

Bo Nix QB | Oregon

Measurables: 6-2, 220-pounds

Class: Senior (5th year)

Profile Notes:

  • One of the most experienced QB we have ever seen.
  • Top 5 in NCAA
    • Completion Percentage
    • Passing Yards
    • TD passes (so good in the red zone)
    • Yards per Attempt (great indicator for a big league player)
    • PFF Pass Grade
    • Adjusted Comp Percentage
    • Sacks tackle (sacks are a major red flag)

Video Notes:

  • Plays point guard with his impressive improve skills.
  • Puts ball in spot where the WR can maximize the gain.
  • Can make all the “modern” throws.

Ranking: QB 4

NFL Draft Projection: 1st/2nd round 

Working Play Style Comp: Alex Smith (projectability: 1)

Dylan Laube RB | New Hampshire

Measurables: 5-10, 203-pounds 

Class: Senior (5th year)

Profile Notes:

  • INSANE VERSATILITY!
  • Last two seasons at UNH
    • 1950 rush yards and 24 TD
    • 1181 rec yards and 9 TD
  • 5th in the nation (including FBS & FCS) in YAC!!
  • Will get reps in the SLOT in Mobile (according to reports)

Video Notes:

  • Clearly a “weapon.” (The NFL LOVES offensive weapons).
  • More than a satellite back. Which may not be great if he settles as a slot WR.
  • Can play special teams at the NFL level.

Ranking: RB 9 

NFL Draft Projection: 5th/6th round

Working Play Style Comp: Austin Ekeler (projectability: 4.5) 

Roman Wilson WR | Michigan

Measurables: 5-10, 187-pounds 

Class: Junior

Profile Notes:

  • Only 789 rec yards but Michigan didn’t throw a ton.
  • 12 TD (5th most)
  • 2.68 Y/RR which is solid.

Video Notes:

  • Strong hands
  • Good over the middle
  • No doubt gamer (TDs against OSU and Alabama)

Ranking: WR 16

NFL Draft Projection: 3rd round

Working Play Style Comp: Diontae Johnson (projectability: 2)

Luke McCaffrey WR | Rice

Measurables: 6-0, 200-pounds

Class: Junior (5th year)

Profile Notes:

  • Started as a QB at Michigan
  • Posted more than 700 yards in his first year playing WR
  • 13 TD in 2023
  • 2nd in the country in contested catches
  • Plays primarily out of the slot (71%)

Video Notes:

  • Tough on the outside but will need to prove he can do it against better competition.
  • He is a winner on the field.

Ranking: WR 15

NFL Draft Projection: 5th round 

Working Play Style Comp: Adam Thielen (projectability: 2)

Xavier Legette WR | South Carolina

Measurables: 6-0, 220-pounds

Class: Senior (5th year)

Profile Notes:

  • Did not break out until 2023 (definitely a red flag) but…
  • Over 1200 receiving yards this year
  • Top 12 in Y/RR
  • 451 YAC
  • 47 first down rec (indicates reliability)

Video Notes

  • Excellent at extending his arms and catches with his hands.
  • His physicality is noticeable.

Ranking: WR 7

NFL Draft Projection: 2nd round

Working Play Style Comp: DK Metcalf (projectability: 5)

  • Testing is super important.
  • Has to prove that he can develop as a WR.

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