Ray Mencio’s Final Mock Draft
1) Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
It’s been a couple of years now that we knew that Trevor Lawrence was going to be the top overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft. Now that the time has come there is no reason whatsoever to overthink the choice. There are some who like to think that Lawrence isn’t the best prospect in the draft and odds are they are the same ones that thought Ryan Leaf was better than Peyton Manning. Now that’s not to say Lawrence will be Manning or Zach Wilson, Mac Jones, Justin Fields or Trey Lance will be Ryan Leaf. What it does mean is that Lawrence has the tools to be an elite quarterback in the NFL for a long time. Lawrence is the reason Urban Meyer came out of retirement and into the NFL. Lawrence is your #1 overall player.
2) New York Jets: Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
The Jets have seemed to settle in on Zach Wilson as their choice. There is no reason to think that over the last two weeks that they have deviated from that plan so you can write this one in pen. There is a lot to like about Wilson’s game. He has a strong arm, he’s athletic, he has great pocket presence and knows how to command an offense. But there are still some question marks. First, he didn’t play well in 2020 against Coastal Carolina who was BYU’s toughest opponent. He looked very pedestrian in that game. Second, he does have a few past injuries and while those might not directly affect him now, his slight stature could eventually break down with the constant pounding from NFL defenses. Finally, he got away with a lot of throws at BYU that he won’t get away with in the NFL and he will have to tighten those up. He is not my second ranked quarterback but I believe Robert Saleh was the best hire this offseason and believe he will put Wilson in a position to succeed at the next level.
3) San Francisco 49ers (from MIA): Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
The 49ers made the aggressive move in trading two additional first round selections in addition to the 12th overall selection in order to move up to 3rd overall. One thing that can be certain is that they made this move to go up and get a quarterback. Publicly they have said they like all 3 quarterbacks and didn’t make the move with one particular player in mind. They have been doing their due diligence with each quarterback and are keeping their decision close to the vest. Justin Fields is an elite athlete with an incredibly strong arm. Trey Lance has a strong arm, a very high football IQ but lacks a ton of experience. Mac Jones has the best football IQ of any quarterback in the draft. He knows how to read defenses, has elite leadership traits, shows great patience and is incredibly accurate. Jones is much more liked by coaches and scouts than he is by the media. He is not cut up, not an elite athlete so he gets knocked for not having “upside”. If you think you need to have a great athlete as a quarterback, you’re doing it wrong. From the last 26 Super Bowls, the winning quarterback each year has rushed for over 300 yards only two times (Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers). Jones has elite traits and characteristics that make him more than just “the most NFL ready quarterback” in the draft. Kyle Shannhan and John Lynch want a quarterback who is going to win Super Bowls, they don’t care what he looks like with his shirt off if he wins championships.
4) Atlanta Falcons: Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
Arthur Blank reportedly wanted a quarterback with this selection but ultimately said he was going to leave it to the football experts. Typically, a new regime likes to find their quarterback and Justin Fields would be a smart pick. However, it seems that they have narrowed their choice down to Kyle Pitts. Pitts’ upside is arguably the highest we have ever seen from a tight end. The last tight end that matches Pitts athletic profile was Vernon Davis. Pitts is a complete tight end and vastly improved his blocking in 2020. He can play all over the field and create mismatch problems for defenders. Arthur Smith likes to utilize tight ends and probably sees the value of creating major mismatch problems with Pitts across the field.
5) Cincinnati Bengals: Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
The Bengals are in a very interesting spot in which they can get a playmaker for Joe Burrow in Kyle Pitts or Ja’Marr Chase. We know that Burrow would love to have his college teammate in Ja’Marr Chase as a part of what would be an elite receiving corps. Then there is Kyle Pitts who is a real option for the Bengals if he falls but in this mock he is already off the baord. Ultimately, the injury to Joe Burrow is what will make them lean towards Penei Sewell. There are many that believe Sewell will be a very good but not great tackle and there are others that believe he will be a franchise left tackle. Either way, he is a very safe bet to be a cornerstone piece in protecting Burrow. Sewell’s biggest knock is his shorter than ideal arm length but they are good enough and his other traits are what will elevate him to being a perennial Pro Bowl tackle.
6) Miami Dolphins (from PHI): Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
The Dolphins made the smart move to pick up two additional first in 2022 and 2023 with their trade with the 49ers and were able to move back into the top 6 by trading away one future first, so at the end of the day they move down 3 spots and get an additional first round pick. The Dolphins clearly were comfortable with getting one of three players and most can assume they are Kyle Pitts, Ja’Marr Chase or Penei Sewell. Pitts could be the target but in this mock he is already off the board. However, Ja’Marr Chase might be the better overall selection. Chase is an elite wide receiver prospect who hasn’t received enough attention. He chose to opt out of 2020 after a record setting 2019 season. He is a complete player with great hands, speed, route running and has a great feel for the position. He will undoubtedly make an instant impact and give Tua Tagovailoa a #1 target and take some pressure off of DeVante Parker. Chase is worthy of a top 3 overall selection.
7) Detroit Lions: Micah Parsons, LB, Penn St.
The Lions have been relatively quiet about getting a quarterback or which direction they are going however, they did have a strong contingent at Justin Fields second Pro Day. But a lot of this is to keep it close to the vest and not give off too much info. When they made the move to trade Matthew Stafford to the Rams, getting back Jared Goff was more about taking on his contract than believing he was their future quarterback. The Lions can move on from Goff without much of a hit after 2022 or as a post June 1st cut after the 2021 season. Taking Justin Fields is more about not being able to pass on a potential superstar quarterback than anything. Fields is a dynamic athlete with game breaking speed. He has a strong arm and has improved his accuracy. He does need to refine his reads and progressions but he has the ability to certainly do that.
8) Carolina Panthers: Ra’Shawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
This is another really good trade down slot if the Lions stick at 7 so don’t be surprised to see the Panthers move down to pick up a couple of additional picks. Either way this pick will most likely be a cornerback (Patrick Surtain or Jaycee Horn) or an offensive tackle. Ra’Shawn Slater doesn’t have ideal length to play tackle but he is the most well rounded offensive linemen in the entire draft. He has elite technique, plays with a nasty demeanor and off the charts athletic ability. His lack of length isn’t much of an issue when he gets of his stance better than any linemen in the draft. While he could kick inside to guard he would give the Panthers a great set of offensive tackles as Taylor Moton holds down the right side. Slater will have a long career in the NFL and his position versatility makes him a very intriguing player.
9) Denver Broncos: Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota St.
The Broncos may still think Drew Lock can be a quality NFL starter and if that’s the case they are wrong. Ultimately, someone may (and should) trade up to get Trey Lance. He has the total package of athletic ability, arm strength and intelligence but he still needs to put it all together. While he had a high completion percentage (66.9% in 2019) he is not the most accurate passer and probably the least accurate of the top 5. His football IQ and arm strength can make up for a lot and he often gets compared to Josh Allen, which is a great comparison. Ideally, whoever drafts Lance (and the Patriots should make the biggest move for him) they need to take their time and be patient with him as he is going to need time to develop and adapt. Teams like the Broncos, Lions and Patriots are all good landing spots as they don’t have to force him into their starting lineups.
10) Dallas Cowboys: Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
The Cowboys have the ability to have an explosive offense as long as everyone can stay healthy in 2021. However, there is a lot of work to be done on the defensive side. Losing Byron Jones to free agency last year really hurt the Cowboys secondary so cornerback should be a target for them with the 10th overall selection. The vast majority of people will have Patrick Surtain as their top quarterback in the draft but there are some (myself included) who believe that Jaycee Horn is the top corner. Horn is an aggressive corner who plays with a swagger that’s needed to be an elite corner in the NFL. He has great length, size and strength and will be an instant starter for whoever drafts him.
11) New York Giants: Kwity Paye, Edge, Michigan
Dave Gettleman says he would trade back after some in the media have made it a point to show it’s just not in his DNA. While he says he would, the proof will come this year as he is in a prime spot to move down and pick up some extra picks and address multiple areas of need, particularly on the offensive line, wide receiver and across the defense. Kwity Paye is one of my favorite players in the 2021 draft. He has the makings of a complete defensive end who is able to stay on the field for every defensive snap. He is more than just an edge rusher, as he is very good against the run as well. He is an all out energy player, who has great strength and good agility. The Giants need a player like Paye and they may look to move back a couple spots and still get him.
12) Philadelphia Eagles (from MIA): Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
This ends up being a very interesting situation for the Eagles. There is a very good chance that at least one of the top 2 cornerbacks (Patrick Surtain or Jaycee Horn) fall to them and they should have a very good shot at DeVonta Smith or Jaylen Waddle being there at 12 as well. Both are very high areas of need and both need to be addressed throughout the draft. While Surtain has the ability to be a lockdown corner, Waddle’s explosiveness and special teams ability might be too good to pass up. He has incredible vision which helps him being an elite return man. He is best suited for the slot but can definitely play outside. His ability to make plays happen with the ball in his hands gives the Eagles a weapon they are currently lacking.
13) Los Angeles Chargers: Patrick Surtain, CB, Alabama
The Chargers could be enticed by taking one of the offensive linemen here but the draft is pretty strong on day 2 with starting offensive linemen so passing on an elite cornerback would be too difficult. The Chargers have a big hole in the secondary and could even be aggressive in going to get their top cornerback target. Surtain is a long, athletic corner who likes to be physical with opposing receivers. He has good fluidity and can run vertically with anyone. He can be over aggressive at times and try to jump routes but he should develop into a Pro Bowl caliber cornerback.
14) Minnesota Vikings: Alijah Vera-Tucker, iOL, USC
The Vikings should be looking to the trenches for this first round pick. Rick Speilman has tended to shy away from edge rushers earlier on in the draft but that could change this year. However, with the ability to give Mike Zimmer’s offense one of the best offensive linemen in the draft they should take that advantage. Alijah Vera-Tucker held down the left tackle spot for the Trojans but will most likely move inside to guard in the NFL. His lack of length will hurt him as a tackle option but there would be no drop off to playing inside for Vera-Tucker. He is a strong linemen with good athletic ability and agility to get out and pull quickly and effectively. He will have no issue getting to the second level in the NFL and has a high of an upside as any offensive linemen in the draft.
15) New England Patriots: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio St.
The Patriots are always more likely to trade back than to trade up but this year they could look to being aggressive to find their quarterback of the future. Taking Justin Fields is more about not being able to pass on a potential superstar quarterback than anything. Fields is a dynamic athlete with game breaking speed. He has a strong arm and has improved his accuracy. He does need to refine his reads and progressions but he has the ability to certainly do that. Bill Belichick would be able to maximize Fields ability as a passer and runner. Fields has a high upside and has a remarkable career.
16) Arizona Cardinals: DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
The Cardinals have a couple of significant areas of need that they should look to address early on in the draft. DeAndre Hopkins is one of the top receivers in football but behind him there are a lot of question marks. A.J. Green is on the downside of his career and Christian Kirk has failed to maintain any consistency. Smith has a great feel for the position and knows how to get open. He is the best route runner in the draft and has an elite burst into and out of his breaks. His weight is a concern but the NFL of 2021 doesn’t have the same big hits over the middle as it did even 10 years ago. Smith plays much stronger and larger than he actually is. He is a great teammate, a hard worker and a player who continuously got better as his collegiate career went on.
17) Las Vegas Raiders: Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech
The Raiders are doing some reconstruction on their offensive line as Rodney Hudson, Gabe Jackson and Trent Brown are all out of the picture. There is a lot of uncertainty around the offensive line and who will play where other than left tackle Kolten Miller. Richie Incognito was brought back and should one guard spot down and Denzel Goode could be at the other guard spot or even right tackle (thank to Mike for the outlook). In comes Christian Darrisaw. If Darrisaw is available at 17 the Raiders should run up to the podium. While he has the ability to stick at left tackle he can absolutely play right tackle in the NFL. He has a wide base and a strong anchor that he can hold at the point of attack. He is able to push the pile and get to the second level easily. He can improve his overall play strength but that won’t be a problem with a full season of strength and conditioning in the NFL.
18) Miami Dolphins: Jaelan Phillips, Edge, Miami (FL)
The Dolphins have a lot of flexibility with their two first round choices. One of the picks should absolutely be a playmaker on the offensive side and with Chase penciled in at the 6th overall pick the Dolphins should look for a playmaker on the defensive side. Jaelan Phillips may be the best pure pass rusher in the draft but has some medical question marks that push him down and possibly off some teams boards. After being a highly recruited player (Rivals.com 6th overall player, 247 2nd overall player) Phillips committed to UCLA but had a ton of challenges with ankle and wrist injuries and concussion issues. He decided to medically retire after 2018 but ultimately entered the transfer portal and committed to Miami (FL). After 15.5 tackles for a loss and 8 sacks he entered the draft. Phillips has a high upside and shows good athletic ability and technique. If it wasn’t for the injury history he would be a top 10 selection.
19) Washington Football Team: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
If Ryan Fitzpatrick can find consistency over the course of a full season then Washington will be in the playoffs. They have a lot of talent on both sides of the ball so this pick could go a variety of ways. Adding some speed to the middle of their defense could be a huge benefit to the pass rush and the secondary. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah is a very intriguing prospect. He has the rare ability to play incredibly fast and physical. He is a little on the light side (weighed in at 221 pounds at his pro day but played in the 210-215 range) but there are some very good linebackers that play in that weight range. JOK adds a different element to a defense but he must be used properly in order to maximize his talent.
20) Chicago Bears: Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma St.
The Bears could go a few different directions and may try to make a play to move up in the draft to grab a quarterback. Charles Leno is a solid, but unspectacular, starting left tackle and there is a giant hole at right tackle. Teven Jenkins is a great value at 20th overall in the first round. Jenkins is best suited to play right tackle in the NFL but has the potential to evolve into a starting left tackle down the line. Jenkins plays with good power and leverage but needs to refine his technique. He has shorter arms so he will have to compensate for that. Jenkins should be able to start right away as he has a ton of experience.
21) Indianapolis Colts: Gregory Rousseau, Edge, Miami (FL)
The Colts are going to be aggressive and get players who can contribute immediately. Justin Houston was the Colts best pass rusher and to this point remains unsigned so getting one in the early portion of the draft will be important.Gregory Rousseau decided to opt out in 2020 and lean on his productive freshman season where he finished with 15.5 sacks and 19.5 sacks and named second team All American.
22) Tennessee Titans: Greg Newsome, CB, Northwestern
The Titans will probably take a long hard look at wide receiver here and maybe even right tackle (after Isaiah Wilson didn’t work out). Greg Newsome is a high caliber cornerback with great size, length, technique and speed. He had a great pro day showcasing his athletic ability paired with his solid collegiate production. While he didn’t have a lot of interceptions in college (he only had 1), Newsome did have 25 passes defended (21 in the last two seasons) and did not allow a touchdown this year. Newsome gives the Titans a potential lockdown corner.
23) New York Jets (from SEA): Azeez Ojulari, Edge, Georgia
The Jets need to find a pass rusher and they could look at cornerback at this selection as well. Robert Saleh will look for a defensive player who can help make an immediate impact. Azeez Ojulari is a young (will only turn 21 in June), strong, athletic edge rusher who has his best football in front of him. He has an incredible burst off the snap and great bend which will help him be a double digit sack guy in the NFL. He was very good as a freshman and improved as a sophomore, so the sky’s the limit. He has a ton of upside and is already a very good player.
24) Pittsburgh Steelers: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
Kevin Colbert generally likes to draft for filling holes for the next year but with Ben Roethlisberger back they are in a win now mode. Colbert and Tomlin generally attend the players Pro Day they will be selecting in the first round which narrows down the list. With owner Art Rooney demanding an improvement in the running game this selection will most likely be a running back or an offensive linemen. Najee Harris is a high character guy, with a great work ethic and fits the mold of a Steelers running back. Colbert doesn’t trade down often but they could move down a few picks to get additional mid round picks. Harris his a good receiver and a physical runner and would be a huge upgrade for the Steelers run game.
25) Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
Urban Meyer loves speed and they have been connected to Kadarius Toney by a few different people. Toney is a possibility but with the 33rd overall pick he may still be there, Trevon Moehrig will not be. Moehrig may not even be around with the 25th pick as is an exceptional talent and worthy of a mid first round selection. Moehrig is a unique player who can handle different roles in the backend of a NFL secondary. He has elite range and is a very good tackler. He has been extremely productive as the Jim Thorpe award winner in 2020, first team All American in 2020 and first team All Big 12 in 2019 and 2020. Moehrig is going to be a great NFL player.
26) Cleveland Browns: Jamin Davis, LB, Kentucky
The Browns are a team on the rise and after a very good 2020 season highlighted by a playoff win the team doesn’t have a ton of glaring holes. They could add a player along the defensive line as they recently parted ways with Sheldon Richardson and Larry Ogunjobi left for division rival Cincinnati. However, adding Jamin Davis could really elevate their defense. Davis had a great 2020 season and an electric Pro Day. Davis only has 2020 as a full time starter in college and he made the most of it. He has great range and attacks the line of scrimmage. He proved to be very good in coverage recording 5 interceptions in his collegiate career which is what ultimately makes him a first round prospect.
27) Baltimore Ravens: Zaven Collins, Edge/LB, Tulsa
The Ravens are another team that is looking for a final few pieces to make a Super Bowl push. On the defensive side there is large turnover at outside linebacker. Both Yannick Ngakoue and Matt Judon left via free agency leaving Pernell McPhee (who will turn 33 this year) and Tyus Bowser as the starting outside linebackers. The Ravens utilize their linebackers all over the field and Collins fits really well into what they like to do. Collins had arguably the best season of any college football player in 2020. He can rush the passer, drop into zone coverage and run with tight ends and running backs. He is not a prototypical edge rusher but Collins is a unique player who will play an integral role in the Ravens defense.
28) New Orleans Saints: Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
The Saints defense was very good in 2020 and their offense was inconsistent but they have the luxury of being picky with their first round selection. They definitely could be in the market for a wide receiver but they could look hard at receiver on day 2. Farley is a top 10 talent but has a long list of injuries including two back surgeries within the past year. He is a high character player with great length and speed. When healthy, Farley is a dominant cornerback with elite ball skills. In 2019, he recorded 4 interceptions and 16 passes defended. He has great closing speed and a knack for making plays.
29) Green Bay Packers: Elijah Moore, WR, Mississippi
Green Bay has not selected a wide receiver in the first round since 2002 (Javon Walker) which makes it a little bit of a longshot that they will take one here. However, Aaron Rodgers could use another receiver across from Davante Adams. While the Packers offense hasn’t missed a beat without having a legitimate #2 option, they could elevate the offense to another level. Elijah Moore is a special receiver with great hands and explosive burst to make plays with the ball in his hands. He runs very good routes and would be a great option for the Packers in the intermediate passing game.
30) Buffalo Bills: Joe Tryon, Edge, Washington
The Bills are another team without a ton of glaring needs. On the offensive side Brian Daboll gets the most out of his weapons but adding an explosive running back like Travis Etienne isn’t out of the question. On the defensive side Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison are still productive players but are going to be 33 and 34 years old respectively. Joe Tryon opted out in 2020 but had a great season in 2019 and showed off his strength and athleticism at his Pro Day. He has a high ceiling as a pass rusher and can certainly develop into a dominant player in the Bills defense.
31) Baltimore Ravens (from KC): Creed Humphrey, iOL, Oklahoma
The Ravens could go a few different directions with this selection. Wide receiver and offensive tackle are definitely options. Creed Humphrey is a very good center who doesn’t get enough credit for the caliber of play he has provided over the course of his college career. Patrick Mekari is slated to start at center but can be upgraded and is best suited to play a back up interior line role. Humphrey will be an instant starter and a key upgrade for the Ravens offense.
32) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Christian Barmore, DL, Alabama
The Bucs can go almost any direction with this pick and finding Tom Brady another weapon on offense is definitely a possibility. Adding a running back, similar to the Chiefs last year, who can give them a game breaker is possible or a receiver who can replace Antonio Brown is possible. But Ndamukong Suh is 34 years old and probably at the very tail end of his career. Christian Barmore is the top rated defensive tackle in the class but the jury is still out on Barmore. He has a ton of upside but has very limited experience as a starter and is still coming into his own. He has a great frame, good athletic ability and has shown an improved pass rush towards the end of 2020. He has a high upside with a lot of ability as both a run defender and pass rusher.
33) Jacksonville Jaguars: Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida
As previously mentioned Urban Meyer loves speed and Toney is one of the best overall athletes on the offensive side of the ball. He is an explosive playmaker who does the most damage with the ball in his hands.
34) New York Jets: Asante Samuel, CB, Florida St.
After adding a quarterback and edge rusher in the first round the Jets add Asante Samuel in the early second round. Samuel is an aggressive cornerback who is smart, instinctive and has very good ball skills but his size pushes him into round 2.
35) Atlanta Falcons: Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson
The Falcons do need to address the defensive side of the ball but they have not had a productive running game for a few years and need to find a weapon out of the backfield. Etienne is a home run hitter with explosive speed and burst as a runner and a receiver.
36) Miami Dolphins (from HOU): Richie Grant, S, UCF
Grant had a very good career at Central Florida and really showed up at the Senior Bowl and was the best overall defensive player. He has great ball skills and could push to be selected in round 1.
37) Philadelphia Eagles: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
The Eagles need to add some help in the secondary and Campbell is another good, long athletic cornerback who has a high upside. Campbell is an elite athlete with great speed and plays a very physical game. He is still a very raw corner and needs to refine his technique.
38) Cincinnati Bengals: Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
The Bengals ultimately pass on Ja’Marr Chase in round 1 but grab a high upside receiver in Rashod Bateman in round 2. Bateman was much better in 2019 than he was in 2020 and can serve as great compliment to Tyler Boyd and Tee Higgins.
39) Carolina Panthers: Jayson Oweh, Edge, Penn St.
The Panthers could look to the secondary with one of their first two picks but the upside for Jayson Oweh might be too much to pass up. While he put up impressive numbers at his Pro Day his lack of production in 2020 is concerning. However, he has a ton of upside with an elite athletic profile.
40) Denver Broncos: Pete Werner, LB, Ohio St.
Werner is a player that the media and fans are much lower on than NFL teams. Werner is a much better athlete than he gets credit for and is a very smart instinctive player. He would give the Broncos a huge upgrade in the middle of their defense.
41) Detroit Lions: Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU
After losing out on Ja’Marr Chase they go for the top receiver who played for LSU this year. Marshall has good size and runs good routes. He is a dangerous deep threat and has a high upside.
42) New York Giants: Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota ST.
The Giants made a big move and added Kenny Golladay this offseason but they could use another weapon for Daniel Jones. But they opt to protect him instead. Radunz is a high upside tackle prospect who has a real chance to go in round 1.
43) San Francisco 49ers: Alex Leatherwood, iOL, Alabama
Leatherwood has a great deal of starting experience in the SEC with 15 starts at guard and 26 at left tackle. He should kick inside to guard in the NFL. He can play tackle if needed but has the potential to be a perennial pro bowler at guard.
44) Dallas Cowboys: Levi Onwuzurike, DL, Washington
Levi Onwuzurike decided to opt out in 2020 but did participate in the Senior Bowl. He has an elite burst off the line and gets into the backfield very quickly. He is very strong and a premier athlete but someone who can at the minimum play a rotation role in 2021.
45) Jacksonville Jaguars (from MIN): Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn St.
Freiermuth is more of an old school traditional tight end. He runs good routes but is not an elite athlete. He is a solid blocker but has room to improve. The Jaguars need to find a future tight end.
46) New England Patriots: Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri
Bolton is a great value in the middle of the second round. He hits the hole hard and makes strong, violent contact. He has shown good skills in coverage but they need to be better if he is going to play all downs.
47) Los Angeles Chargers: Sam Cosmi, OT, Texas
After passing on a tackle in the first round they get a high upside tackle in Sam Cosmi. He is a very strong and athletic tackle with a ton of upside. He needs to learn how to use his athletic ability and weight room strength into his play.
48) Las Vegas Raiders: Carlos Basham, Edge, Wake Forest
Basham has the ability to play base end and move inside on passing downs if needed. He is a strong, relentless player with a quick twitch particularly for his size. His stats were down in 2020 but he saw a lot more attention throughout the whole season.
49) Arizona Cardinals: Elijah Molden, DB, Washington
Molden is an ideal nickelback with great instincts and a very high football IQ. He is a very high character guy and a great leader. His ideal spot is to play in the slot but he can play a traditional safety role.
50) Miami Dolphins: Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina
There are some that believe Williams is the top running back in the draft. He is tough to bring down and has a powerful lower half but has very good acceleration and long speed. He gives the Dolphins a workhorse running back.
51) Washington Football Team: Jevon Holland, S/DB, Oregon
Holland opted in 2020 but probably should have played this year and could have increased his draft capital. He is one of the most versatile defensive backs in college football and can be used all over the field.
52) Chicago Bears: Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
The Bears moved on from Kyle Fuller which left a hole in their secondary. Stokes had a great Pro Day that showcased his speed by running in the 4.3’s. He needs to refine his technique but has the tools to be a starting cornerback for a long time.
53) Tennessee Titans: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
The Titans could use another playmaker in the passing game and Moore is a dynamic athlete with great hands and great route running but is a day 2 pick because of his stature. He plays bigger and stronger than he actually is but has battled through some injuries.
54) Indianapolis Colts: Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame
Anthony Castonzo retired leaving a hole at left tackle. The Colts brought in Sam Tevi to compete for the left tackle spot but they need to do better. Liam Eichenberg is one of the safer offensive linemen in the draft but his ceiling isn’t nearly as high. He is a smart, hard worker but has short arms that could end up forcing him inside.
55) Pittsburgh Steelers: Landon Dickerson, iOL, Alabama
Dickerson has a long list of injuries and thats what is going to ultimately push him down (or off) draft boards. Dickerson is a high character guy, who loves football and dominates on the football field. If he didn’t have an injury history he would be a first round pick.
56) Seattle Seahawks: Joseph Ossai, Edge, Texas
This is the Seahawks first selection and will be looking for an impact player. Ossai can fit as a LEO or possibly stand up and play linebacker but either way his versatility gives the Seahawks an athletic edge rusher who has a high upside.
57) Los Angeles Rams: Jackson Carman, iOL, Clemson
Carman is a big, strong mauling offensive linemen. After protecting Trevor Lawrence blindside, Carman will move inside and play guard in the NFL. Carman gets pushed down draft boards also due to injury and not being able to workout for teams.
58) Kansas City Chiefs (from BAL): Baron Browning, LB, Ohio St.
Browning is a very athletic linebacker who can run sideline to sideline and can fill in the hole. He has the ability to be a complete linebacker but he just needs to put it all together.
59) Cleveland Browns: Payton Turner, Edge, Houston
Jadeveon Clowney was brought in but only signed a 1 year deal. Turner dropped some weight this season and looked much better and quicker as an edge rusher. He has the ability to play on the inside as well giving him some versatility that teams covet.
60) New Orleans Saints: D’Wayne Eskridge, WR, Western Michigan
The Saints need to find another weapon opposite of Michael Thomas and they have been linked closely to Eskridge. He is a shift receiver who can get open and win with the ball in his hands.
61) Buffalo Bills: Aaron Robinson, CB, Central Florida
Robinson originally went to Alabama but transferred after his freshman season. He excelled as a slot corner for UCF but has the ability to play outside if needed. He has good instincts and is an underrated athlete.
62) Green Bay Packers: Jalen Mayfield, iOL, Michigan
Corey Lindsey was not retained during the offseason leaving a severe lack of depth on the interior offensive line. Mayfield was very good at right tackle but will best be served kicking inside to guard and should start right away.
63) Kansas City Chiefs: Amari Rodgers, WR, Clemson
Sammy Watkins went to Baltimore this offseason and the Chiefs could use another weapon in the passing game. Rodgers was Trevor Lawrence primary target last year and was exceptional at the Senior Bowl.
64) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa
The Bucs have the ability to take a young player to develop them into a great starter. Brown has a ton of ability and has great size, length. Donovan Smith is a solid left tackle but Brown could eventually be a replacement.
65) Jacksonville Jaguars: Alim McNeill, DL, North Carolina St.
McNeill played over the ball in 2020 but he is better off playing a 3 technique. He has a stout frame and is very powerful.
70) Philadelphia Eagles: Jabril Cox, LB, LSU
Cox had a great career at North Dakota St. before transferring to LSU as a grad transfer. Cox is a good athlete with good instincts but needs to improve his run defense. He has improved each season and has a high upside.
66) New York Jets: Michael Carter, RB, North Carolina
Carter is a very underrated player and who is a smart runner and a very good receiver. He showcased his ability in the Senior Bowl of how he can handle 3 downs.
67) Houston Texans: Quinn Meinerz, iOL, Wisconsin-Whitewater
Meinerz was dominant at Division III powerhouse Wisconsin-Whitewater but showed he belonged at the Senior Bowl. He can play guard or center and would be a big upgrade for the Texans interior offensive line.
68) Atlanta Falcons: Ronnie Perkins, Edge, Oklahoma
Perkins was suspended for a failed drug test but appealed and ended up playing in 6 games in 2020. In those 6 games he was dominant and he has a very high upside but the failed drug test will hang over his head.
69) Cincinnati Bengals: Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
Joseph is a long, athletic corner but does have some character flags that push him down some teams draft boards. He is an outside corner only but has the ability to run with just about anyone.
71) Denver Broncos: Divine Deablo, S, Virginia Tech
Deablo is a hybrid linebacker/safety and can eventually take over for Kareem Jackson who is 33. Deablo is a fierce hitter who can help out on special teams in his rookie year.
72) Detroit Lions: Milton Williams, DL, Louisiana Tech
Williams has improved each year and then capped off a good career with a very impressive Pro Day. He is a great athlete for his size but is a little bit of defensive end/tackle tweener. He can play base end and rush the passer from the inside.
73) Carolina Panthers: Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse
The Panthers could use some youth and depth at cornerback and Melifonwu is a very long, athletic corner but is a very raw talent.
74) Washington Football Team (from SF): Davis Mills, QB, Stanford
Mills could be an early second round pick but he has a lot of question marks around him. He is very talented but lacks a ton of starting experience and has battled injuries. His pedigree makes him worth a gamble in the third round.
75) Dallas Cowboys: Walker Little, OT, Stanford
Little was a highly recruited tackle who once appeared destined to be a top 10 pick. But after missing all but 1 game in 2019 and sitting out 2020 teams aren’t sure what to make of him. He has a lot of natural ability but with an unproven track record he goes in round 3.
76) New York Giants: Dyami Brown, WR, North Carolina
Brown has good size and speed and has had a knack for making big plays as he averaged over 20 yards per catch in each of the last two seasons and scored a total of 20 touchdowns. He gives the Giants a reliable deep threat.
77) Los Angeles Chargers: Cameron Sample, Edge, Tulane
Sample is on the shorter side but fits well as a solid edge rusher who can hold us against the run in a 3-4 defense. The Chargers can use some help getting to the quarterback in 2021.
78) Minnesota Vikings: Dayo Odeyingbo, Edge, Vanderbilt
Odeyingbo suffered an achilles injury in January which is going to hurt his stock but he has an incredibly high ceiling and is a versatile defensive linemen who can really help out as both a pass rusher (from the edge or the interior) and as a run defender.
79) Las Vegas Raiders (from ARZ): Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse
Cisco has great range and could be a steal in the third round if he proves to be healthy. He doesn’t have a ton of starting experience but has the ball skills and athletic ability to hold down the free safety spot for the Raiders.
80) Las Vegas Raiders: Chazz Surratt, LB, North Carolina
Surratt transitioned from quarterback to linebacker following the 2018 season and was a First Team All ACC linebacker ever since. He is still learning the position and somewhat raw but his athletic ability allows him to play sideline to sideline.
81) Miami Dolphins: Aaron Banks, iOL, Notre Dame
Banks is a big mauling guard and a very powerful blocker. He does need to refine his technique and is not an elite athlete but has the potential to be a starting guard immediately.
82) Washington Football Team: D’Ante Smith, OT, East Carolina
Smith is an experienced starter who missed the majority of his senior season due to injury. However, he was able to come back and show he belongs on day 2 at the Senior Bowl. He has good technique but could get a little stronger but projects as a starter in the NFL.
83) Chicago Bears: Nico Collins, WR, Michigan
Collins has great size and speed but is still a developing player. He has a high upside but needs to utilize his athletic ability better in order to be a serious contributor in the NFL.
84) Philadelphia Eagles (from IND): Rashad Weaver, Edge, Pittsburgh
Weaver had a productive career at Pitt and has a ton of room to grow as a pass rushers. He has a good frame, has great strength and has underrated quickness.
85) Tennessee Titans: James Hudson, OT, Cincinnati
Hudson was a highly recruited defensive tackle and initially attended Michigan but after moving to the offensive line in 2018 he transferred to Cincinnati. 2020 was his first full season as a starter and did not allow a sack. He has a high upside as he continues to develop his skill set.
86) New York Jets (from SEA): Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn
Schwartz had a great Pro Day and showed blazing fast speed running in the 4.2’s. He has good length and has a ton of upside. He still has to refine his game but his speed gives the Jets something they are lacking on the outside.
87) Pittsburgh Steelers: Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame
Tremble wasn’t utilized much as a pass catcher at Notre Dame due to the talent at tight end over the past two years at Notre Dame. Because of that he has become a very reliable blocker but is still an underrated receiver.
88) Los Angeles Rams: Quincy Roche, Edge, Miami (FL)
Roche has been a reliable player his entire collegiate career. He was the AAC Defensive Player of the Year in 2019 and went to Miami as a graduate transfer where he collected 4.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for a loss.
89) Cleveland Browns: Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma St.
Wallace doesn’t have any eye popping workout numbers but he is a tough receiver who runs good routes and has good hands. He makes contested catches and helps in the run game.
90) Minnesota Vikings (from BAL): Robert Rochell, CB, Central Arkansas
Rochell is a long, active corner who looked solid coming from Central Arkansas at the Senior Bowl. He is still a raw prospect but has a ton of upside as a developmental corner.
91) Cleveland Browns (from NO): Osa Odighizuwa, DL, UCLA
Odighizuwa is on the smaller side but he has good length and utilizes it well. He is quick off the snap and is a powerful interior rusher.
92) Green Bay Packers: Jay Tufele, DL, USC
Tufele is a strong, relentless interior defender but has a limited athletic upside. He hurt his stock by sitting out in 2020 but has the potential to be both a very good run defender and pass rusher if he can develop his moves.
93) Buffalo Bills: Hunter Long, TE, Boston College
Hunter Long had a very good year in 2020 as a receiver and is an efficient blocker. Long isn’t an elite athlete which limits his upside.
94) Baltimore Ravens (from KC): Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
St. Brown isn’t the most athletic receiver in the draft but he is very reliable. He runs good routes and has solid hands. He can play outside or in the slot and would give Lamar Jackson a reliable receiver.
95) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
Adebo had a great season in 2018, was very up and down in 2019 and then opted out in 2020. He has potential to be a very good cornerback but there is a lot of upside in his game.
96) New England Patriots: Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Memphis
Gainwell is a good athlete who is extremely quick and makes explosive plays. He is a nice complimentary player to what the Patriots have.
97) Los Angeles Chargers: Jamar Johnson, S, Indiana
Johnson is a versatile defensive back that played a lot of different roles at Indiana. Johnson has played in the slot, as a single high safety and in the box making his ability to play all over intriguing.
98) New Orleans Saints: Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio St.
Alvin Kamara is still one of the premier running backs in the NFL and Latavius Murray is a very good backup but Murray is on the backend of his career and Sermon gives the Saints a player who can help in many different facets of their offense.
99) Dallas Cowboys: Kendrick Green, iOL, Illinois
Green can play any spot on the interior offensive line but may be best suited as a center. He is not the longest guy which makes him somewhat limited but he is an effective blocker and can get to the second level.
100) Tennessee Titans: Daivyon Nixon, DL, Iowa
Nixon is a very talented player but has some question marks that teams have reportedly taken him off their boards due to some off the field issues.
101) Detroit Lions (from LAR): Benjamin St-Juste, CB, Minnesota
St-Juste is a very good athlete who has shown very good ball skills since transferring into Minnesota. He will push to be a day 2 selection.
102) San Francisco 49ers: Elerson Smith, Edge, Northern Iowa
Smith is a long, lanky edge rusher who dominated at the FCS level. He went to the Senior Bowl and was impressive there.
103) Los Angeles Rams: Brady Christensen, OT, BYU
The Rams need to find more guys to help improve their offensive line. Christensen has shown steady improvement over his collegiate career and has enough versatility to play guard or tackle.
104) Baltimore Ravens: Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami (FL)
Jordan is a very athletic tight end that will give Lamar Jackson another weapon in the passing game. The Ravens like to utilize multiple tight ends and Jordan’s upside helps lengthen the field.
105) New Orleans Saints: Chris Rumph, Edge, Duke
Rumph is a very good technician as his father is a defensive line coach for the Bears. He knows how to play the position well and has good instincts. He is not an elite athlete which pushes him into late day 2 (or early day 3).
106) Jacksonville Jaguars: Stone Forysthe, OT, Florida
107) New York Jets: Josh Myers, iOL, Ohio St.
108) Atlanta Falcons: Seth Williams, WR, Auburn
109) Houston Texans: Zech McPhearson, CB, Texas Tech
110) Cleveland Browns (from PHI): Wyatt Davis, iOL, Ohio St.
111) Cincinnati Bengals: Patrick Jones, Edge, Pittsburgh
112) Detroit Lions: Dan Moore, OT, Texas A&M
113) Carolina Panthers: Monty Rice, LB, Georgia
114) Denver Broncos: Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, Oklahoma
115) Dallas Cowboys: Chauncey Golston, Edge, Iowa
116) New York Giants: Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
117) San Francisco 49ers: Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan
118) Los Angeles Chargers: Trey Smith, iOL, Tennessee
119) Minnesota Vikings: Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
120) New England Patriots: Drew Dalman, iOL, Stanford
121) Las Vegas Raiders: Rob Hainsey, iOL, Notre Dame
122) New England Patriots (from HOU): Talanoa Hufanga, S, USC
123) Philadelphia Eagles (from MIA): Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma St.
124) Washington Football Team: Tutu Atwell, WR, Louisville
125) Minnesota Vikings (from CHI): Tommy Togiai, DL, Ohio St.
126) Tennessee Titans: Hamsah Nasirildeen, S, Florida St.
127) Indianapolis Colts: Tre Brown, CB, Oklahoma
128) Pittsburgh Steelers: Shaun Wade, CB, Ohio St.
129) Seattle Seahawks: Larry Borom, OT, Missouri
130) Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): Khalil Herbert, RB, Virginia Tech
131) Baltimore Ravens: Bobby Brown, DL, Texas A&M
132) Cleveland Browns: Kary Vincent, CB, LSU
133) New Orleans Saints: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
134) Minnesota Vikings (from BUF): Cade Johnson, WR, South Dakota St.
135) Green Bay Packers: Thomas Graham, CB, Oregon
136) Baltimore Ravens (from KC): Simi Fehoko, WR, Stanford
137) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jordan Smith, Edge, UAB
138) Dallas Cowboys: Tre McKitty, TE, Georgia
139) New England Patriots: Marlon Tuipulotu, DL, USC
140) Pittsburgh Steelers: Derrick Barnes, LB, Purdue
141) Los Angeles Rams: Cameron McGrone, LB, Michigan
142) Green Bay Packers: Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee
143) Minnesota Vikings: Ben Cleveland, iOL, Georgia
144) Kansas City Chiefs: Ar’Darius Washington, DB, TCU
145) Jacksonville Jaguars: Malcolm Koonce, Edge, Buffalo
146) New York Jets: Ernest Jones, LB, South Carolina
147) Houston Texans: Marvin Wilson, DL, Florida St.
148) Atlanta Falcons: Shakur Brown, CB, Michigan St.
149) Cincinnati Bengals: Jacob Harris, TE, Central Florida
150) Philadelphia Eagles: Michal Menet, iOL, Penn St.
151) Carolina Panthers: Marquez Stevenson, WR, Houston
152) Denver Broncos: Jack Anderson, iOL, Texas Tech
153) Detroit Lions: Shi Smith, WR, South Carolina
154) New York Jets (from NYG): Jalen Twyman, DL, Pittsburgh
155) San Francisco 49ers: Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon St.
156) Miami Dolphins (from PHI): Matt Duffy, P, Kentucky
157) Minnesota Vikings: Caden Sterns, S, Texas
158) Houston Texans (from NE): Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas
159) Los Angeles Chargers: Kenny Yeboah, TE, Mississippi
160) Arizona Cardinals: Jaylon Moore, OT, Western Michigan
161) Buffalo Bills (from LV): Ben Mason, FB, Michigan
162) Las Vegas Raiders (from MIA): Frank Darby, WR, Arizona St.
163) Washington Football Team: Ade Ogundeji, Edge, Notre Dame
164) Chicago Bears: Tyler Shelvin, DL, LSU
165) Indianapolis Colts: Jonathan Adams, WR, Arkansas St.
166) Tennessee Titans: Evan McPherson, K, Florida
167) Las Vegas Raiders (from SEA): Keith Taylor, CB, Washington
168) Minnesota Vikings (from BAL): Brenden Jaimes, OT, Nebraska
169) Cleveland Browns (from LAR): Tyree Gillespie, S, Missouri
170) Jacksonville Jaguars (from CLE): Isaiah McDuffie, LB, Boston College
171) Baltimore Ravens: Charles Snowden, Edge, Virginia
172) San Francisco 49ers (from NO): Rodarius Williams, CB, Oklahoma St.
173) Green Bay Packers: Tommy Doyle, OT, Miami (OH)
174) Buffalo Bills: Deonte Brown, iOL, Alabama
175) Kansas City Chiefs: Drake Jackson, iOL, Kentucky
176) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jamien Sherwood, S, Auburn
177) New England Patriots: Royce Newman, iOL, Mississippi
178) Green Bay Packers: Tony Fields, LB, West Virginia
179) Dallas Cowboys: Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi St.
180) San Francisco 49ers: John Bates, TE, Boise St.
181) Kansas City Chiefs: Daelin Hayes, Edge, Notre Dame
182) Atlanta Falcons: Buddy Johnson, LB, Texas A&M
183) Atlanta Falcons: Marco Wilson, CB, Florida
184) Baltimore Ravens: Avery Williams, ST/CB, Boise St.
185) Los Angeles Chargers (from TEN): Khyiris Tonga, DL, BYU
186) New York Jets: Brandon Stephens, CB, SMU
187) Atlanta Falcons: Trey Hill, iOL, Georgia
188) New England Patriots (from HOU): Jonathan Cooper, Edge, Ohio St.
189) Philadelphia Eagles: Dazz Newsome, WR, North Carolina
190) Cincinnati Bengals: Darius Stills, DL, West Virginia
191) Carolina Panthers (from DEN): Darrick Forrest, S, Cincinnati
192) Dallas Cowboys (from DET): James Smith, P, Cincinnati
193) Carolina Panthers: Sam Ehlinger, QB, Texas
194) San Francisco 49ers: Dez Fitzpatrick, WR, Louisville
195) Houston Texans (from NE): K.J. Britt, LB, Auburn
196) New York Giants: Olaijah Griffin, CB, USC
197) New England Patriots: Darren Hall, CB, San Diego St.
198) Los Angeles Chargers: Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida St.
199) Minnesota Vikings: Demetric Felton, WR, UCLA
200) Las Vegas Raiders: Ta’Quon Graham, DL, Texas
201) New York Giants (from ARZ): Landon Young, OT, Kentucky
202) Cincinnati Bengals (from HOU): Larry Rountree, RB, Missouri
203) Houston Texans (from MIA): Janarius Robinson, Edge, Florida St.
204) Chicago Bears: Anthony Hines, LB, Texas A&M
205) Tennessee Titans: Justin Hilliard, LB, Ohio St.
206) Indianapolis Colts: Quintin Morris, TE, Bowling Green
207) Kansas City Chiefs (from MIA): Josh Ball, OT, Marshall
208) Chicago Bears (from MIA): Ian Book, QB, Notre Dame
209) Los Angeles Rams: Trill Williams, DB, Syracuse
210) Baltimore Ravens: Javian Hawkins, RB, Louisville
211) Cleveland Browns: Tarron Jackson, Edge Coastal Carolina
212) Houston Texans (from NO): Elijah Mitchell, RB, Louisiana
213) Buffalo Bills: Austin Watkins, WR, UAB
214) Green Bay Packers: Shaka Toney, Edge, Penn St.
215) Tennessee Titans (from KC): Zach Davidson, TE, Central Missouri
216) Pittsburgh Steelers (from TB): Damar Hamlin, S, Pittsburgh
217) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Trevon Grimes, WR, Florida
218) New Orleans Saints: Bryce Thompson, CB, Tennessee
219) Atlanta Falcons: Noah Gray, TE, Duke
220) Green Bay Packers: Jaret Patterson, RB, Buffalo
221) Chicago Bears: David Moore, iOL, Grambling
222) Carolina Panthers: Tedarrell Slaton, DL, Florida
223) Arizona Cardinals (from MIN): Chris Evans, RB, Michigan
224) Philadelphia Eagles: Ben Skowronek, TE/WR, Notre Dame
225) Philadelphia Eagles: Richard LeConte, S, Georgia
226) New York Jets (from CAR): Sean Davis, S, Florida
227) Dallas Cowboys: Garret Wallow, LB, TCU
228) Chicago Bears: D.J. Daniel, CB, Georgia
229) New Orleans Saints (from JAX): Tommy Kraemer, iOL, Notre Dame
230) San Francisco 49ers (from NYJ): JaCoby Stevens, S/LB, LSU
231) Miami Dolphins (from HOU):. Grant Stuard, LB, Houston
232) Tennessee Titans (from MIA): Sage Surratt, WR, Wake Forest
233) Houston Texans (from CIN): Alaric Jackson, OT, Iowa
234) Philadelphia Eagles: Drue Chrisman, P, Ohio St.
235) Cincinnati Bengals (from SEA): Joshua Kaindoh, Edge, Florida St.
236) Buffalo Bills (from CAR): Mark Webb, DB, Georgia
237) Denver Broncos: Kylen Granson, TE, SMU
238) Dallas Cowboys: Camryn Bynum, CB, California
239) Denver Broncos (from NYG): Larnel Coleman, OT, Massachusetts
240) Philadelphia Eagles (from SF): Israel Mukuamu, CB, South Carolina
241) Los Angeles Chargers: Kene Nwangwu, RB, Iowa St
242) New England Patriots: Adrian Ealy, OT, Oklahoma
243) Arizona Cardinals: Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson
244) Miami Dolphins (from WFT): Jimmy Morrisey, iOL, Pittsburgh
245) Pittsburgh Steelers (from MIA): Michael Stratchan, WR, Charleston
246) Washington Football Team: Bryan Mills, CB, North Carolina Central
247) Arizona Cardinals (from LV): Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern
248) Indianapolis Colts: Naquan Jones, DL, Michigan St.
249) Jacksonville Jaguars (from TEN): Thomas Fletcher, LS, Alabama
250) Seattle Seahawks: Paris Ford, S, Pittsburgh
251) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from PIT): Jamie Newman, QB, Georgia
252) Los Angeles Rams: Mark Gilbert, CB, Duke
253) Denver Broncos (from CLE): Hamilcar Rashed, Edge, Oregon St.
254) Pittsburgh Steelers (from BAL): William Bradley-King, Edge, Baylor
255) New Orleans Saints: James Wiggins, S, Cincinnati
256) Green Bay Packers: JaQuan Bailey, Edge, Iowa St.
257) Cleveland Browns (from BUF): Jake Funk, RB, Maryland
258) Washington Football Team (from MIA): Sadarius Hutcherson, iOL, South Carolina
259) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Nick Niemann, LB, Iowa
Mike Luchene’s Final Mock Draft
April 28, 2021
|Mike Luchene- NFL Rough Draft|
|1||JAGUARS||Trevor Lawrence Clemson|
|2||JETS||Zach Wilson BYU|
|3||49ERS||Mac Jones Alabama|
|4||FALCONS||JaMarr Chase LSU|
|5||BENGALS||Kyle Pitts Florida|
|6||DOLPHINS||Jaylen Waddle Alabama|
|7||LIONS||Penei Sewell Oregon|
|8||PANTHERS||Patrick Surtain Alabama|
|9||BRONCOS||Trey Lance North Dakota St|
|10||COWBOYS||Jaycee Horn South Carolina|
|11||GIANTS||DeVonta Smith Alabama|
|12||EAGLES||Micah Parsons Penn St|
|13||CHARGERS||Jaelan Phillips Miami|
|14||VIKINGS||Rashawn Slater Northwestern|
|15||PATRIOTS||Justin Fields Ohio St|
|16||CARDINALS||Zaven Collins Tulsa|
|17||RAIDERS||Alijah Vera Tucker USC|
|18||DOLPHINS||Kwity Paye Michigan|
|19||WASHINGTON||Jeremiah Owusu Koramoah Notre Dame|
|20||BEARS||Christian Darrisaw Virginia Tech|
|21||COLTS||Gregory Rousseau Miami|
|22||TITANS||Trevon Moehrig Texas Christian|
|23||JETS||Travis Etienne Clemson|
|24||STEELERS||Najee Harris Alabama|
|25||JAGUARS||Christian Barmore Alabama|
|26||BROWNS||Joe Tryon Washington|
|27||RAVENS||Greg Newsome Northwestern|
|28||SAINTS||Jamin Davis Kentucky|
|29||PACKERS||Elijah Moore Mississippi|
|30||BILLS||Tyson Campbell Georgia|
|31||RAVENS||Azeez Ojulari Georgia|
|32||BUCCANEERS||Jayson Oweh Penn St|