The opamp output on the left side is an extremely low impedance at low frequencies so connect it directly to the input of the opamp on the right side.
The opamp output on the left side can directly feed many opamp inputs on the right side then why do you need the buffer opamps on the right side?
Resistors are not needed.
Do you need the voltage divider so that the input of a rail to rail opamp is not damaged?
Your post is very confusing since the opamps have no power supplies and a TL074 is not rail to rail.
If the left opamp is all rail-to-rail with a 5V supply then it can feed all the ADC inputs. Then the resistors and other opamps are not needed.