2024 NFL Draft: Caleb Williams, Drake Maye, Jayden Daniels among prospects set to attend

Michigan's J.J. McCarthy didn't appear on the league's list of confirmed attendees

Thirteen prospects are set to attend the 2024 NFL Draft on April 25, the league announced Thursday.

Quarterbacks will be well represented at the event, as Caleb Williams of USC, LSU's Jayden Daniels, and North Carolina product Drake Maye are all set to show up. The three of them lead the incoming class of signal-callers, with Williams appearing to be a lock for the Chicago Bears' No. 1 pick.

This year's draft will take place at Campus Martius Park and Hart Plaza in Detroit, marking the first time the NFL will host the event in the state of Michigan. Last year, prospects were welcomed into the league at Kansas City's National WWI Museum and Memorial and Union Station, which was largest venue in the draft's 88-year history.

The confirmed group of players comes after a lengthy list of invitees went out in February. Now, we know which players accepted.

Here are the other players who RSVP'd yes:

It looks like Michigan quarterback J.J. McCarthy will surprisingly stay home. Bettings odds adjusted to his seemingly soaring draft stock last month but its unclear where he stands in the opinions of NFL talent evaluators and front-office members.

Missouri's Darius Robinson is an unexpected attendee. The first team All-SEC defensive lineman could go in the first round. He was part of a group of eight Missouri prospects to attend the NFL scouting combine this year, a record for the school. Robinson is one of seven SEC players set to attend the 2024 draft, which is the most of any conference this year.

Following the first round on Thursday, rounds 2-7 will unfold across April 26-27.