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2024 Dallas Cowboys Draft Guide

2024 Dallas Cowboys Draft Guide


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2024 NFL Draft Wide Receivers Prospects

While a dire need exists at some of the other positions on the roster, the Cowboys can at least take a breath when it comes to wide receiver. That’s because despite their decision to release Michael Gallup, they still have a definitive WR1 in CeeDee Lamb – presumably for a long time to come – while Brandin Cooks also returns for 2024 to both produce and to continue mentoring young talent such as Jalen Tolbert and Jalen Brooks. And then there’s KaVontae Turpin, someone who didn’t get much, if any, burn on the offense until his second year. When he did, though, Turpin proved he is as dynamic offensively as he is when he returns kicks. There’s a stable of young talent in the wide receiver room in Dallas, but it’s also true that, other than Lamb and Cooks, it’s mostly unproven. And that means no one would bat an eye if the Cowboys opted to still address the position in this year’s draft.

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2024 Wide Receiver Draft Rankings

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1. Marvin Harrison Jr. Ohio State
2. Malik Nabers LSU
3. Rome Odunze Washington
4. Troy Franklin Oregon
5. Brian Thomas Jr. LSU
6. Adonai Mitchell Texas
7. Ladd McConkey Florida State
8. Xavier Worthy South Carolina
9. Keon Coleman Alabama
10. Xavier Legette Michigan
11. Jermaine Burton Florida
12. Roman Wilson Washington
13. Ricky Pearsall Western Kentucky
14. Ja’Lynn Polk North Carolina
15. Malachi Corley UCF
16. Devontez Walker USC
17. Javon Baker Florida State
18. Brenden Rice Virginia
19. Johnny Wilson Washington
20. Malik Washington Texas A&M
21. Jalen McMillan Louisville
22. Ainias Smith Rice
23. Jamari Thrash Arizona
24. Luke McCaffrey Oregon State
25. Jacob Cowing Michigan
26. Anthony Gould Illinois
27. Cornelius Johnson Texas
28. Isaiah Williams Tulane
29. Jordan Whittington USC
30. Jha’Quan Jackson Kentucky
31. Tahj Washington Colorado
32. Tayvion Robinson Georgia
33. Xavier Weaver Holy Cross
34. Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint UTSA
35. Jalen Coker Pittsburgh
36. Joshua Cephus Southeast Missouri
37. Bub Means Utah
38. Ryan Flournoy UTSA
39. Devaughn Vele Mississippi State
40. De’Corian Clark Ole Miss
41. Lideatrick Griffin BYU
42. Zakhari Franklin Western Carolina
43. David White Idaho
44. Hayden Hatten Ohio State
Tejhaun Palmer UAB
Tyler Harrell Miami
John David White Central Arkansas
Casey Washington Illinois
Drake Stoops Oklahoma
Jadon Janke South Dakota State
Silas Bolden Oregon State
Jaden Walley Mississippi State
Jaxon Janke South Dakota State
Jordan Johnson UFC
Ajou Ajou South Florida
Trejan Bridges East Los Angeles College
Sam Pinckney Coastal Carolina
Dominick Blaylock Georgia Tech
Dee Wiggins Cincinnati
Sean Shaw Jr. Texas State