2024 NFL Draft Prospects: Offensive Tackle



The top 2024 Offensive Tackle prospects available for the 2024 NFL Draft. * – denotes 2025 prospect. ** – denotes 2026 prospect.

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1. Notre Dame image Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame
Height: 6-7. Weight: 317.
Projected 40 Time: 5.20.
Projected Round (2024): 1.

2/10/24: Alt extended his starting streak over the course of 2023 and played well for Notre Dame. He is big with long arms, has good strength in the upper body, uses his hands well, and utilizes good technique. Alt was consistent and productive throughout his college career. However, he has issues with his anchor because he is stiff and doesn’t bend well. That lack of bend is a challenging issue given how tall Alt is. Alt could be a Mike McGlinchey-type tackle in the NFL, and he is a safe pick to turn into a good pro starter.

9/1/23: Alt broke into the starting lineup at left tackle as a freshman and has started 21 straight contests on the blind side. Alt started out his career playing some tight end for the Notre Dame before settling in at left tackle. He has good size and length to block on the edge. Handling speed rushers and playing with good leverage will be points of emphasis for Alt as a senior.



2. Alabama image J.C. Latham*, OT, Alabama
Height: 6-6. Weight: 326.
Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
Projected Round (2024): 1.

2/10/24: Latham played very well in 2023. There is no doubt that Latham is a powerful player with the ability to generate movement at the point of attack. He makes winning blocks look easy thanks to his serious strength and ability to sustain. However, Latham is more of a right tackle than a left tackle for the NFL given his feet and movement skills. Still, Latham was rock solid in pass protection for Alabama in 2023.

9/1/23: Latham put together an excellent 2022 season at right tackle for the Crimson Tide. He was steady in pass protection and reliable in the ground game. On the year, he allowed two sacks, 11 pressures and two hits, plus had 10 penalties. Latham’s length and size give him the potential to be a good edge protector in the pros. Latham is projected to take over at left tackle as a junior in 2023 thanks to Tyler Steen moving on to the NFL. Latham rotated in for Alabama as a freshman, and he has a good skill set with huge upside.



3. Penn State image Olumuyiwa Fashanu*, OT, Penn State
Height: 6-6. Weight: 321.
Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
Projected Round (2024): 1.

2/10/24: Fashanu (6-6, 321) has sufficient size and length for the NFL to make it tough for defenders to get by him. However, he is not an elite athlete on the edge with rare movement skills or quickness. He can move defenders up front in the ground game, but he is not all that nasty in his style of play. Fashanu looks like a future starting NFL left tackle, but not an elite one. He does not look like a top-10 prospect like a Penei Sewell. Multiple NFL sources shared there opinion about Fashanu in the Hot Press. As a pro, Fashanu might be more similar to an adequate starting tackle like Russell Okung over an elite tackle like Sewell. Fashanu had an underwhelming performance against Ohio State.

9/1/23: Fashanu could have been in the running to be the top offensive line prospect for the 2023 NFL Draft before deciding to return to Happy Valley. He has excellent size to go along with quickness and athleticism. Fashanu has the potential to be special.



4. Georgia image Amarius Mims*, OT, Georgia
Height: 6-7. Weight: 330.
Projected 40 Time: 4.88.
Projected Round (2024): 1.

2/10/24: In terms of physical talent, Mims would be up there with the likes of Marvin Harrison Jr. as having the best pure skill set of all the players in the potential 2024 NFL Draft. However, some NFL team sources said they believe Mims’ lack of playing experience and having missed time with injuries in 2023 could cause him to be a pick in the back half of the first round in the 2024 NFL Draft. Others shared they think Mims is going to blow up the combine and pro day workouts to climb in the first round and a shot at going as a top-10 pick.

Mims missed a significant portion of the 2023 season with an ankle injury, but he was outstanding both before and after getting hurt. He then went down again in the first half of the SEC Championship Game with another injury. Team sources wanted to see more violence and nastiness from Mims, which he was showing. Back in 2022, Mims put together a dominant performance against Ohio State, destroying and toying with its hyped-up defensive ends. There is no doubt that Mims has an elite and rare skill set.

9/1/23: Mims was a backup and rotational player for Georgia, but he could become a star in 2023. Manning right tackle for Georgia, Mims is a giant monster who has very little body fat and is a unique physical specimen with size, speed and athleticism. Team sources say Mims has 11.2-inch hands and 36-inch arms, as well as quickness. They call his physical body similar to Tyron Smith’s. NFL team evaluators say they want to see Mims get more physical and nasty in 2023 because he plays like the big kid on the playground who doesn’t want to hurt anybody. Mims has a great skill set could be a star and fast riser for the 2024 NFL Draft.



5. Washington image Troy Fautanu*, OT/G, Washington
Height: 6-3. Weight: 317.
Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
Projected Round (2024): 1-2.

2/10/24: Fautanu was a very reliable and steady left tackle for Michael Penix Jr. in 2023. Fautanu became the starting left tackle in 2022 and was a consistent contributor for Washington. Multiple NFL team sources say they like Fautanu and see him as an early-rounder. Some project him as a second-round pick for the 2024 NFL Draft with a potential move to guard because of his height limitations. Other sources think Fautanu could sneak into the first round.

Pro evaluators said they like Fautanu’s athleticism, which lets him move and be a nimble blocker. He moves well on the edge while having some quickness and strength in his build. Fautanu also has 35-inch arms. Sources note Fautanu is not real powerful, that his anchor is just okay, and he can have some mental lapses. As a shorter offensive tackle, Fautanu could be similar to Rashawn Slater, Dion Dawkins or David Bakhtiari.



6. Oregon State image Taliese Fuaga, OT/G, Oregon State
Height: 6-5. Weight: 333.
Projected 40 Time: 5.40.
Projected Round (2024): 1-2.

2/10/24: Fuaga has gotten some media hype as a potential first-round pick for the 2024 NFL Draft. He was a starter and solid player for the Beavers over the last couple of seasons. In speaking to some NFL team sources, they weren’t as high on Fuaga as the media, and multiple teams had him graded as a guard prospect for Day 2 of the 2024 NFL Draft, but perhaps there are other team evaluators who like him more. Fuaga has a body type that could allow him to kick inside to guard as well, and that might be his best fit as a pro. Some teams are projecting him to guard if they were to draft him, which makes sense given his short arms – 33.38 inches.



7. Oklahoma image Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma
Height: 6-7. Weight: 328.
Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
Projected Round (2024): 1-2.

2/10/24: Guyton is an athletic freak with a special combination of size, speed and extreme length. Team sources say Guyton has all the ability but needs to get more consistent. He has a lot of upside to grow as he gains experience. Multiple team sources say Guyton has first-round potential and think he could be a riser for the 2024 NFL Draft. However, multiple team evaluators said there are maturity concerns with Guyton.

9/1/23: It has taken some time for Guyton to break into the lineup. He started out his career at TCU before transferring prior to the 2022 season. In 2021 he played offensive tackle and H-back for the Horned Frogs. In his first season wit the Sooners, Guyton started a handful of games and showed upside. He has good size and could be a riser.



8. Arizona image Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona
Height: 6-4. Weight: 312.
Projected 40 Time: 5.19.
Projected Round (2024): 1-2.

2/10/24: Morgan put together an impressive senior year to help himself with NFL scouts. Morgan has good size, including length, height and weight, plus athleticism and quickness. He was a mainstay for the Wildcats as a starter over the past three seasons. In 2022, he allowed one sack over 670 total snaps. Morgan was solid at the Senior Bowl. He is a good athlete with quickness to be an edge blocker. However, Morgan is lacking strength, power, physicality, violence and nastiness. He could be more of a finesse left tackle in the NFL.



9. BYU image Kingsley Suamataia**, OT, BYU
Height: 6-4. Weight: 329.
Projected 40 Time: 4.99.
Projected Round (2024): 1-2.

2/10/24: Suamataia was very good in the first half of 2023, but his tape late in the year was not as good and his Senior Bowl performance was inconsistent. Team sources said they believe Suamataia is a late first- to early second-round pick. He has superb speed and athleticism for an edge blocker of his size. Overall, Suamataia is reliable in pass protection while also showing toughness as a run blocker. He could stand to add some lower body strength, but he has a lot of upside and could be a very good starter at left or right tackle in the NFL. The cousin of elite Lions tackle Penei Sewell, Suamataia has the pedigree and a ton of potential.

9/1/23: Suamataia was a top recruit who landed at Oregon and redshirted. In 2022, Suamataia transferred to BYU, where he broke out, including not allowing a sack all season. Suamataia has shocking speed and athleticism for an edge blocker of his size. Another big season could make Suamataia a high first-rounder in his draft class.



10. Duke image Graham Barton, OT/G/C, Duke
Height: 6-5. Weight: 306.
Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
Projected Round (2024): 1-2.

2/10/24: Some pro sources said their teams are projecting Barton to move inside to guard in the NFL. They noted that Barton plays with short arms and his body type could fit better on the inside. He also has anchor issues with stopping speed to power. Pro evaluators said they like how Barton is physical, nasty and strong in the ground game.

At left tackle for Duke, Barton was a consistent run blocker and pass protector. He missed time and played through some injuries in 2023. Some sources said they think Barton would be a fabulous center in the NFL. He played some center as a freshman, but might need development in terms of snapping the ball.

9/1/23: The 2023 season will be the third straight year of Barton starting at left tackle for Duke. He has shown improvement over each season. Barton has quality technique and plays with good leverage. Depending on his length, he could be a candidate to move inside to guard as a pro. Barton is a tough and physical blocker that plays with a lot of fight and tenacity.



11. Houston image Patrick Paul, OT, Houston
Height: 6-7. Weight: 333.
Projected 40 Time: 5.15.
Projected Round (2024): 2-3.

2/10/24: Paul has starter ability for the NFL with monster size, good length, and some quickness and athleticism. He will enter the next level with a lot of experience after breaking into the starting lineup as a redshirt freshman in 2021. Paul has upside, ability and versatility. He has starting ability for the NFL, but needs to get more consistent and could stand to get more powerful as a run blocker.



12. Kansas image Dominick Puni, OT, Kansas
Height: 6-5. Weight: 320.
Projected 40 Time: 5.35.
Projected Round (2024): 2-4.

2/10/24: Puni was a dependable left tackle for Kansas in 2023 and 2022. He has size to block on the edge in the NFL and demonstrated improvement as he gained experience. Puni spent four seasons at Central Missouri, where he played both left and right tackle. He could rise after a strong showing at the Senior Bowl and might be a sleeper value pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.



13. Illinois image Julian Pearl, OT, Illinois
Height: 6-6. Weight: 315.
Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
Projected Round (2024): 2-4.

2/10/24: Pearl started at right tackle and left tackle for the Illini over the past three seasons. He broke into the starting lineup on the right side during the 2020 season. Over the past few seasons, Pearl played at left tackle. He has versatile size alongside quickness and athleticism. Pearl has starting ability for the NFL, but might need some developmental time.



14. Kansas State image K.T. Leveston, OT, Kansas State
Height: 6-5. Weight: 330.
Projected 40 Time: 5.45.
Projected Round (2024): 3-4.

2/10/24: Leveston was a good starter at left tackle for the Wildcats over the past two seasons. In 2022, he was an excellent run blocker for Deuce Vaughn, and Leveston demonstrated improved pass protection as a senior. Leveston is sleeper who could be a good value pick with starting potential at tackle or guard in the NFL.



15. Pittsburgh image Matt Goncalves, OT, Pittsburgh
Height: 6-6. Weight: 330.
Projected 40 Time: 5.35.
Projected Round (2024): 3-4.

2/10/24: Goncalves is a big edge blocker for the next level who has experience from starting at left and right tackle for Pittsburgh. The Panthers bounced Goncalves back and forth between right and left tackle over 2020-2022, and as a senior, he was starting at left tackle before going out for the year with a lower-body injury that required surgery. Goncalves is big, strong, and has good enough movement to stay on the edge in the NFL. He also has the body type to be a candidate to play guard as a pro.



16. N.C. State image Anthony Belton, OT, N.C. State
Height: 6-6. Weight: 336.
Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
Projected Round (2024): 3-5.

2/10/24: Belton put together a good 2023 season for the Wolfpack, helping his draft standing with NFL teams thanks to showing next-level ability. To go along with big size, Belton has enough quickness and athleticism to remain as an edge blocker in the NFL. Team sources said they have a third-round grade on Belton for the 2024 NFL Draft. They noted they think he might start out as a backup but could develop into a starter.



17. Texas image Christian Jones, OT, Texas
Height: 6-5. Weight: 318.
Projected 40 Time: 5.25.
Projected Round (2024): 3-5.

2/10/24: Jones was a mainstay on the Texas offensive line over the past four seasons. He broke into the starting lineup in 2020 at right tackle. In 2021, he moved to left tackle and had a strong year opening holes for Bijan Robinson. In 2022, Jones went back to right tackle and remained there in 2023. Jones could be a versatile swing tackle backup to start out his pro career. He had a decent week at the Senior Bowl and could get some consideration as a candidate to kick inside to guard.



18. Illinois image Isaiah Adams, OT/G, Illinois
Height: 6-4. Weight: 316.
Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
Projected Round (2024): 3-5.

2/10/24: Adams was a starter at left guard and right tackle over the past few seasons for the Illini. During his senior campaign, Adams primarily played at right tackle. For the NFL, he could be a valuable game-day backup at guard and tackle while possessing the upside to possibly develop into being a starter.



19. TCU image Brandon Coleman, OT, TCU
Height: 6-4. Weight: 316.
Projected 40 Time: 5.25.
Projected Round (2024): 3-5.

2/10/24: Coleman was the starting left tackle for the Horned Frogs over the past two seasons. As an underclassman, he started at guard. Coleman could start out as a backup at guard and tackle in the NFL and potentially grow into a starting role. He had a decent week of practice at the Senior Bowl.



20. Washington image Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington
Height: 6-5. Weight: 311.
Projected 40 Time: 5.20.
Projected Round (2024): 3-5.

2/10/24: Rosengarten was Washington’s starting right tackle over the past two years, and he did a serviceable job of protecting Michael Penix Jr.’s blind side. Rosengarten also has the size to move inside to guard. He could be a nice value pick from the 2024 NFL Draft who is a backup with the potential to develop into a bigger role.



21. Oklahoma image Walter Rouse, OT, Oklahoma
Height: 6-6. Weight: 323.
Projected 40 Time: 5.20.
Projected Round (2024): 4-6.

2/10/24: Rouse looked like a potential early-round pick when he broke into the starting lineup for the Stanford Cardinal in 2019. Over four seasons, Rouse was the starting left tackle and was a solid blocker. For his final season, Rouse transferred to Oklahoma and formed a nice tackle tandem with Tyler Guyton. Rouse has the potential to be a quality backup who might grow into a bigger role.



22. Michigan image Ladarius Henderson, OT/G, Michigan
Height: 6-4. Weight: 309.
Projected 40 Time: 5.20.
Projected Round (2024): 4-6.

2/10/24: Henderson played four seasons for Arizona State over 2019-2022. Over his time with the Sun Devils, Henderson started 19 games at left guard and 10 at left tackle. After transferring to Michigan, he started 10 contests at left tackle in 2023. While Henderson has some backup flexibility for guard and tackle, guard would probably be his best fit in the NFL.



23. Maryland image Delmar Glaze, OT, Maryland
Height: 6-4. Weight: 323.
Projected 40 Time: 5.25.
Projected Round (2024): 4-6.

2/10/24: Glaze was a swing tackle for Maryland during his collegiate career. He played on each side in 2021 and 2022. Over those seasons, Glaze was mostly at right tackle, but he picked up multiple starts on the left side. Glaze then started at left tackle in 2023. He could be a swing-tackle developmental backup in the pros. Glaze did not impress at the Senior Bowl.



24. Utah image Sataoa Laumea, OT, Utah
Height: 6-4. Weight: 311.
Projected 40 Time: 5.22.
Projected Round (2024): 4-6.

2/10/24: Laumea started mostly at right tackle over the past two seasons after being a starter at guard for the Utes in 2021. Given his size, Laumea could be a better fit at guard in the NFL.



25. Missouri image Javon Foster, OT, Missouri
Height: 6-5. Weight: 309.
Projected 40 Time: 5.25.
Projected Round (2024): 5-7.

2/10/24: Foster started at left tackle for the Tigers. He was a solid blocker for Missouri, but he faces limitations for the NFL.

9/1/23: Foster enters the 2023 season having made 26 straight starts at left tackle. Team sources said they felt Foster needed improvement and made the right decision to return to Missouri for the 2023 season. Foster has good size, but he needs to improve his technique and grow more consistent.



26. Marshall image Ethan Driskell, OT, Marshall
Height: 6-8. Weight: 312.
Projected 40 Time: 5.40.
Projected Round (2024): 5-7.

2/10/24: Driskell is a huge right tackle prospect for the NFL. He will need to work on his ability to bend and handle NFL speed rushers. He could be a backup developmental project.



27. Kentucky image Jeremy Flax, OT, Kentucky
Height: 6-5. Weight: 360.
Projected 40 Time: 5.60.
Projected Round (2024): 6-FA.

2/10/24: Flax is a heavy lineman who started at right tackle for the Wildcats over the past two seasons. He needs to lose weight for the NFL and improve in pass protection. Flax could possibly help himself by moving inside to guard.



28. South Dakota State image Garrett Greenfield, OT, South Dakota State
Height: 6-7. Weight: 320.
Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
Projected Round (2024): 7-FA.

2/10/24: Greenfield needed to get to an all-star game and stand out. He did not receive a Senior Bowl invitation.

9/1/23: If Greenfield stays healthy, he will end up being a three-year starter entering the NFL having logged a season at left and right tackle. In 2021 he broke into the starting lineup on the right side before moving to left tackle in 2022. Excelling at an all-star game would help Greenfield.



2023 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2024 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2025 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P