2021 NFL Mock Draft

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The 2021 NFL Draft is shaping up to be one of the most unconventional drafts in years due to the uncertainty around the 2021 college football season. But even if there’s a disrupted season NFL teams know that there’s a potentially generational talent at the top of the draft in Trevor Lawrence and at least a few other elite level prospects.

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1JetsTrevor Lawrence* (QB) – Clemson – 6-6 – 220 – 4.7 (40) big, strong, can make all the throws and has proven it in big games. He’s a franchise changing talent who will be no.1 on just about every preseason draft board.
2GiantsJa’Marr Chase* (WR) – LSU – 6-1 – 205 a deep threat with blazing speed and elite level athleticism. Blows the top off the defense and forces the D to game plan around him.
3FalconsPenei Sewell (OT) – Oregon – 6-6 – 325 an elite level tackle who is a plug-and-play guy who can hold down the left side of the line for the next decade. Has nimble feet for his size. Excels in both the run and the pass game. Plays with an edge. Highlights
4Dolphins (from Texans)Justyn Ross (WR) – Clemson – 6-4 – 225 – a playmaker on the outside with a huge catch radius and plus athleticism.
5CowboysGregory Rousseau (DE) – Miami – 6-6 – 260 – a menace getting after the QB and ultra productive. Could be the first pass rusher off the board.
6Washington Justin Fields* (QB) – Ohio State – 6-3 – 225 – 4.5 (40) Has good size and athleticism for the position and throws a nice deep ball. Can beat you with his arm or his legs.
7ChargersDeVonta Smith (WR) – Alabama – 6-1 – 175 – 4.4 (40) – continues the impressive run of Bama receivers. A touchdown maker with blazing speed.
8DolphinsMicah Parsons (OLB) – Penn State – 6-3 – 240 – flashes big time ability and can play multiple positions. Is very disruptive and forces a lot of turnovers.
9LionsMarvin Wilson (DT) – Florida State – 6-5 – 317 – stout at the point of attack and can get up the field and pressure the QB. Could launch into the top 10 with a big season.
10BroncosXavier Thomas (DE) – Clemson – 6-2 – 265 – strong and explosive off the edge. Shows flashes but needs to stay healthy (concussions) and be more productive.

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11JaguarsPatrick Surtain II (CB) – Alabama – 6-2 – 203 – following his father’s footsteps to the League, Surtain is a likely first rounder with top 15 ability.
12VikingsJay Tufele (DT) – USC – 6-3 – 315 – big and quick, Tufele penetrates the backfield and is very disruptive.
13BengalsAlex Leatherwood (OT) – Alabama – 6-6 – 310 – the top Alabama o-lineman, has all the physical ability of a top end left tackle.
14PanthersCade Mays (OG) – Tennessee – 6-6 – 325 – can play multiple positions on the line. A good athlete who plays with good balance.
15CardinalsShawn Wade (CB) – Ohio State – 6-1 – 193 – has great tools and great instincts, will challenge for the top CB in the draft.
16RaidersDimitri Moore (ILB) – Vanderbilt – 6-3 -225 – a versatile and productive player with good speed.
17PatriotsRashod Bateman (WR) – Minnesota – 6-2 – 210 – he’ll put up big numbers next season and projects as a mid to late first rounder.
1849ersTrey Lance* (QB) – N. Dakota State – 6-3 – 225 – Has the size, the arm strength, great mobility and is a winner. Some team will fall in love with Lance and make him a first rounder.
19EaglesTyson Campbell (CB) – 6-2 – 185 – has the size and speed and should have a big junior year for the Bulldogs.
20SaintsKyle Pitts* (TE) – Florida – 6-6 – 239 – Pitts is an exceptional athlete, big, tall, strong and fast, with good hands and downfield ability.
21BucsJaylen Waddle (WR)– Alabama – 5-10 – 182 – has great quickness and can make defenders miss in the open field. A dynamic threat with the ball in his hands.
22BrownsPaulson Adebo (CB) – Stanford – 6-1 – 190 – a shut-down corner with ideal size and speed. Plays a physical style.
23ColtsDylan Moses (ILB) – Alabama – 6-3 – 235 – tore his ACL last year, if/when healthy he’s one of the best defenders in this class.
24RavensWalker Little (OT) – Stanford – 6-7 – 309 – if Little is back to full health (knee) he’s a likely first rounder.
25BearsSamuel Cosmi (OT) – Texas – 6-7 – 310 – a great athlete for the position with room to fill out his frame.
26Jaguars (from Rams)Seth Williams (WR) – Auburn – 6-3 – 225 – a big body with natural pass catching ability and a big catch radius. Moves well for his size.
27SteelersTravis Etienne (RB) – Clemson – 5-10 – 210 – a complete back, Etieene should have another big season for Clemson and projects as the top RB in the 2021 draft class.
28TitansRondale Moore (WR) – Purdue – 5-9 – 180 – one of the best overall athletes in the class, his play-making ability makes up for his lack of size.
29ChiefsPatrick Johnson (DE) – Tulane – 6-3 – 250 – quick off the edge and gets after the QB, while also flashing cover skills. A raw, rangy athlete.
30Jets (from Seahawks)Liam Eichenberg (OT) – Notre Dame – 6-6 – 305 – a long-term starter for the Irish with good technique and quickness. Needs to add some bulk.
31PackersTrey Smith (OG) – Tennessee – 6-6 – 325 – A powerful run blocker with a great base and good athleticism. Projects as the top Guard in the class. Recovered from blood clots in 2018.
32BillsPat Freiermuth (TE) – Penn State – 6-5 – 260 – a well rounded TE who can block, make plays over the middle and is a great security blanket for the QB.

2021 Traded NFL Draft Picks

  • Dolphins get Texans first round pick (Laremy Tunsil trade)
  • Jaguars get Rams first round pick (Jalen Ramsey trade)

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