Breaking: Five Longhorns Projected To Go Early In 2024 NFL Draft

The Texas Longhorns are expected to lose several key contributors and stars at the NFL level in the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft.

Two signs that the college football program is headed in the right direction are competing at the highest level and produce quality players with NFL potential.
3 Texas Longhorns have done both this season. After losing in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, they finished with a 12-2 record, just one win away from the title. As expected, a roster full of veteran players who have flourished under new ownership will see an increase in players selected in the upcoming NFL Draft.

Luke Easterling of FanNation produced a three-round NFL mock draft that selected five Longhorns in the first 100 picks. Let’s see where Longhorn leaves.

   Texas Longhorns defensive tackle Byron Murphy
Round: 3
Pick: 82
Murphy projects Easterling will be acquired by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Physical linemen have helped build one of the strongest backfields in all of college football. Recorded career highs with 29 tackles and five sacks.

   Texas Tight End JaTavion Sanders
Round: 2
Pick: 62
Jaand#039;Tavion Sanders has some of the best hands in all of college football, regardless of position. He moved to the Miami Dolphins, one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL. He has 45 catches for 682 yards and two scores on offense and has the NFL’s three-most rushing touchdowns this season for the Longhorns.

   Round: 2
Pick: 47
Nobody on this Texas roster would benefit more from staying another year than Tand#039;Vondre Sweat. On his way to tying the career highs in all categories with 45 total tackles, five touchdown passes and two sacks, he also received the Outland Trophy, awarded to the leading scorer.very good. He is expected to go to Cincinnati and team up with former Longhorn Joseph Ossai.

Texas WR Xavier Worthy
Xavier Worthy, WR
Round: Two
Pick: 39
Speedy wideout Steve Sarkisian is the No.1 receiver in his own right, immediately joining Texas. Most decorated player in program history. This means that if he is drafted by the New York Giants, he will still be an elite player at the next level. He had 75 catches for 1,014 yards and five touchdowns this season, adding a punt return.

   Texas WR Adonai Mitchell
Adonai Mitchell, WR
Round: 2
Pick: 35
A few picks ahead of his rival, Mitchell has a lower NFL draft, but less NFL acquisition than Mitchell. crew. He finished the season with 55 catches for 845 yards and 11 touchdowns, and is expected to stay with the Arizona Cardinals. He has the combination of speed, size and running ability to sneak into the first round..

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