2021 NFL Mock Draft

#Teamupdated 4/9/21
1JaguarsTrevor Lawrence* (QB) – Clemson – 6-6 – 220 – 4.7 (40) – Lawrence is a no-brainer no.1 pick and will instantly lift the Jaguars franchise back into relevance. Even with the impressive rise of Zach Wilson it’s hard to imagine anyone but Lawrence at no.1.
2JetsZach Wilson (QB) – BYU – 6-3 – 210 – The Jets need to get their QB of the future here and they have a potential superstar sitting at no.2. Wilson is one of the most dynamic throwers to come out in years. He’s got some of that Mahomes magic.
349ers (from Dolphins)Mac Jones (QB) – Alabama – 6-3 – 214 – Jones might not have elite arm strength but he’s deadly accurate with the ball and makes quick reads. He should go top 20 and possibly top 10.
4FalconsKyle Pitts* (TE) – Florida – 6-6 – 239 – The Dolphins move back from no.3 to 12 and now jump to no.6 trading with the Eagles. Pitts would give Tua a big time weapon to work with.
5BengalsJa’Marr Chase* (WR) – LSU – 6-1 – 205 – Chase didn’t play last season but was sensational as a sophomore. He’s the top WR on just about every board.
6Dolphins (from Eagles)Penei Sewell (OT) – Oregon – 6-6 – 325 – Sewell sat out last year but his draft stock remains sky high. He projects as a dominant OT who should anchor the line for the next decade.
7LionsJustin Fields* (QB) – Ohio State – 6-3 – 225 – 4.5 (40) – Fields could still land in the top 10 but both Trey Lance and Mac Jones have been getting more buzz.
8PanthersRashawn Slater (OT) -Northwestern – 6-4 – 308 – Slater plays with great technique and possesses great athleticism for an O-lineman. He should go top half of the first round.
9BroncosTrey Lance* (QB) – N. Dakota State – 6-3 – 225 – The 49ers jump up to no.3, trading with the Dolphins. They are certainly targeting a QB and Lance seems like a likely pick here.
10CowboysPatrick Surtain II (CB) – Alabama – 6-2 – 203 – The best player at one of the most important positions in football could land Surtain in the top 10. He had a strong pro day.
11GiantsChristian Darrisaw (OT) – Virginia Tech – 6-5 -314 – Teams are always in need of OT help and so it’s hard to see Darrisaw falling out of the top half of round one.
12Eagles (from Dolphins)Jaylen Waddle (WR)– Alabama – 5-10 – 182 – Waddle is a burner who was banged up this past season but scouts know what he can do. On some boards he’s rated over DeVonta. The Eagles could look real smart if one of their targets falls to them at no.12.
13ChargersDeVonta Smith (WR) – Alabama – 6-1 – 175 – 4.4 (40) – Smith is a polished and ultra-talented receiver but could stand to add a few pounds to his thin frame.
14VikingsMicah Parsons (OLB) – Penn State – 6-3 – 240 – Parsons has rare athletic ability and is a big time playmaker in the middle of the defense but some off the field red flags could cause him to drop.
15PatriotsKwity Paye (DE) – Michigan – 6-3 – 270 – Paye is an explosive athlete who measures off the charts with his movement skills. He’s a versatile D-lineman who is quick off the ball and can really disrupt in the backfield.
16CardinalsJaycee Horn (CB) – S. Carolina – 6-1 – 200 – Horn plays an aggressive style on the outside, bringing toughness and competitive fire to the CB position.
17RaidersChristian Barmore (DT) – Alabama – 6-5 – 310 – Barmore dominated on the interior at Bama and has as much upside as any D-lineman in the draft.
18DolphinsGregory Rousseau (DE) – Miami – 6-6 – 260 – Tall and quick with tantalizing upside, Rousseau is very high on some draft boards and low on other boards. I wouldn’t be surprised if he goes top 10 or slides to the bottom of the first round.
19WashingtonAlijah Vera-Tucker (OT) – USC – 6-4 – 315 – Vera-Tucker is a potentially elite OT who will get consideration starting around pick 13.
20BearsNajee Harris (RB) – Alabama – 6-2 – 230 – Harris is the ultra power-back who also has good open field ability. He’ll likely benefit from Derrick Henry’s dominating play, since they are built in the same mold.

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21ColtsRashod Bateman (WR) – Minnesota – 6-2 – 210 – Bateman has legit no.1 receiver ability. He’s a big body with good hands and speed.
22TitansJamin Davis (LB) – Kentucky – 6-4 – 234 – An elite athlete who is rising up draft boards in the post season.
23Jets (from Seahawks)Terrence Marshall Jr. (WR) – 6-3 – 200 – Marshall isn’t the headliner in this WR class but he’s got all the tools to be a true no.1. Could be a steal in the late first or early second.
24SteelersTravis Etienne (RB) – Clemson – 5-10 – 210 – A complete back who has proved it at the college level.
25Jaguars (from Rams)Azeez Ojulari (DE) – Georgia – 6-3 – 240 – Ojulari is a pure speed rusher with elite burst.
26BrownsCarlos Basham (DE) – Wake Forest – 6-5 – 285 – A big edge rusher who combines size, speed and a good motor.
27RavensJayson Oweh (DE) – Penn State – 6-5 – 255 – Oweh is a ridiculous athlete who has elite measurables but needs to show more on field production and play with better power.
28SaintsTrevon Moehrig (S) – TCU – 6-2 – 208 – The most dominant safety in college ball last season, Moehrig is a menace in the middle of the defense.
29PackersKadarius Toney (WR) – Florida – 6-0 – 193 – An elusive WR with great short area quickness and speed.
30BillsCaleb Farley (DB) – Virginia Tech – 6-2 – 207 – Farley has the talent of a top 15 player but a history of injuries will give teams pause and could cause him to slide down the board.
31ChiefsSamuel Cosmi (OT) – Texas – 6-7 – 310 – Should be a starting NFL OT for the next decade.
32BucsShawn Wade (CB) -Ohio State – 6-1 – 193 – Wade is a versatile CB/S who can fit into multiple schemes.

2021 Traded NFL Draft Picks

  • 49ers get Texans pick via Dolphins
  • Dolphins get Eagles pick
  • Eagles get 49ers pick via Dolphins
  • Jaguars get Rams first round pick (Jalen Ramsey trade)

The 2021 NFL Draft will take place April 29 to May 1, 2021 in Cleveland.