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[Dynasty] 2024 NFL Draft Prospects (1 Viewer)

Bears' Justin Fields decision made easier by 2024 NFL Draft QB class


The state of the 2024 quarterback draft class should also give the Bears the confidence to give Fields the third year he earned with electric playmaking ability this past season. If Fields doesn't improve in the necessary areas, a quarterback class headed by Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams and North Carolina's Drake Maye awaits.

However, the depth of the 2024 class, which could also include Texas' Quinn Ewers and Oregon's Bo Nix, could also work against the Bears in their quest to maximize the trade return for the No. 1 pick in the 2023 class.

While it's not unanimous, there's a widely-held belief among NFL scouts and evaluators that Williams and Maye would be the first and second pick in the 2023 draft if they were eligible.

Alabama's Bryce Young oozes talent, but teams will heavily scrutinize his slight frame in the pre-draft process. Some teams will be too scared of the injury risk to use a high pick on him. Ohio State's C.J. Stroud has all the tools, but he might not have the ceiling of Williams or Maye. Will Levis and Anthony Richardson, the other two projected first-round quarterbacks in 2023, are considered toolsy projects.
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Several NFL scouts reportedly believe Anthony Richardson “paved the way” for Joe Milton to potentially be a high selection in next year’s NFL Draft. Richardson is currently listed at 6’4”, 244 pounds. Milton is currently listed at 6’5”, 243 pounds. Similar to Richardson, Milton is an athletic freak, with what scouts call a “rocket” of an arm and has only started 9 games thus far. Milton is currently a senior and set for a breakout season with the Tennessee Volunteers

Shedeur Sanders with a no-look DIME 😳

The Colorado QB’s arm is something ELSE.

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Multiple NFL scouts reportedly believe Michael Penix Jr. is currently a “Top-3” QB in next year’s NFL Draft class. Behind both Caleb Williams (QB1) and Drake Maye (QB2). Many scouts believe that in “some ways”, Penix is a “clone” of Tua Tagovailoa. Tagovailoa is currently listed at 6’1, 217 pounds and throws lefty. Penix is currently listed at 6’3”, 216 pounds and throws lefty. The HYPE is there for the Huskies QB

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