Detroit Lions 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Shoring up needs the NFC Championship Game exposed

On to the offseason, we go.

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Roman Wilson. . player. . WR. Roman Wilson. 3. . Roman Wilson. 811

With their second pick in the third round, the Lions address the wide receiver position. This offseason, Josh Reynolds is a free agent and we don't know whether or not he'll be back, just yet. Jameson Williams looks ready to step into a bigger role, but from there, the Lions will need to add some more depth.

That's where Michigan's Roman Wilson comes in. Wilson doesn't have to travel far as he's staying close to Ann Arbor with the Lions. Wilson is one heck of an athlete with high-end speed and breakway ability. He's always a big play waiting to happen, and paired with Williams, the Lions would have two dynamic speedsters alongside Amon-Ra St. Brown.

. 523. Justin Eboigbe. . DT. Justin Eboigbe. 5. Justin Eboigbe. player.

In the fifth round, Detroit goes after the best player available, and it so happened to be an Alabama defender. You can't go wrong with those guys, if history is any indication. Defensive lineman Justin Eboigbe comes to Detroit to only further what this defense has been great at, and that's stopping the run. It's what he does best.

At 6-foot-5, 290 pounds, Eboigbe is an athletic interior lineman who pairs his athleticism with great functional strength. He plays every snap at 100 miles an hour and never stops moving, which again, fits in well with Campbell's mentality.