19. Green Bay Packers: Kamren Kinchens, SAF, Miami
Green Bay's amazing 2023 Draft class and Jordan Love's development have helped them fill multiple egregious holes. Safety is still somewhere the Packers could use another big name, and Kinchens stands out as a uniquely physical player for the position.
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State
Even without Mike Evans' uncertain future, drafting the physical 6-foot-4 Coleman to act as a spiritual successor would be a very prudent strategy. With Evans getting long in the tooth, Jason Licht and Tampa Bay can snatch his heir apparent and 2024 WR3 in one motion.
21. Arizona Cardinals (via Houston Texans): Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson
Jonathan Gannon is a defensive coach, but the roster he was handed last year was not properly equipped to execute what he asked of them. Wiggins is a pesky corner who can smother receivers when he's locked in, and the Cardinals will value that as they try to remake the squad.
2024 NFL Mock Draft: Chop Robinson wil keep the Rams' defense strong
22. Los Angeles Rams: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State
While Robinson is more of a long-term projection than a player who will dominate in his first season, the Rams have shown to be able to get the most out of quality athletes in the draft. Robinson gives a defensive line with minimal depth another piece to work with.
23. Pittsburgh Steelers: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama
Arnold has been streaking up draft boards, with some even declaring him a better prospect than his teammate McKinstry. Pittsburgh has drafted defense well under Mike Tomlin, and Arnold could make for a tremendous secondary alongside Minkah Fitzpatrick and Joey Porter Jr.
24. Miami Dolphins: Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington
With Bradley Chubb and Jaelan Phillips both going down to serious injuries this season, Miami needs to think long and hard about a possible succession plan. Trice has been the anchor of Washington's defense this year, and he can enter the league in a favorable situation.