IOG FINAL 2021 NFL MOCK DRAFT
Rich Wilhelm @koda522
1. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-15) 🔒
Trevor Lawrence, QB- Clemson
2. New York Jets (2-14) 🔒
Zach Wilson, QB- BYU
3. San Francisco 49ers (6-10)
Mac Jones, QB- Alabama
4. Atlanta Falcons (4-12)
Kyle Pitts, TE- Florida
5. Cincinnati Bengals (4-11-1)
Ja’Marr Chase, WR- LSU
6. Miami Dolphins (from Houston 4-12)
Penei Sewell, OT- Oregon
7. Detroit Lions (5-11)
Devonta Smith, WR- Alabama
8. *TRADE* New England Patriots (7-9)
Trey Lance, QB- North Dakota State
9. Denver Broncos (5-11)
Justin Fields, QB- Ohio State
10. Dallas Cowboys (6-10)
Patrick Surtain II, CB- Alabama
11. New York Giants (6-10)
Micah Parsons, LB- Penn State
12. Philadelphia Eagles (4-11-1)
Jaylen Waddle, WR- Alabama
13. Los Angeles Chargers (7-9)
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB-Notre Dame
14. Minnesota Vikings (7-9)
Alijah Vera-Tucker, IOL- USC
15. *TRADE* Carolina Panthers (5-11)
Rashawn Slater, OT- Northwestern
16. Arizona Cardinals (8-8)
Jaycee Horn, CB- South Carolina
17. Las Vegas Raiders (8-8)
Kwity Paye, Edge- Michigan
18. Miami Dolphins (10-6)
Zaven Collins, LB- Tulsa
19. Washington Football Team (7-9)
Christian Darrisaw, OT- Virginia Tech
20. Chicago Bears (8-8)
Rashod Bateman, WR- Minnesota
21. Indianapolis Colts (11-5)
Teven Jenkins, OT- Oklahoma State
22. Tennessee Titans (11-5)
Trevon Moderig, S- TCU
23. New York Jets (from Seattle 12-4)
Greg Newsome, CB- Northwestern
24. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4)
Najee Harris, RB- Alabama
25. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Rams 10-6)
Christian Barmore, IDL- Alabama
26. Cleveland Browns (11-5)
Azeez Ojulari, Edge- Georgia
27. Baltimore Ravens (11-5)
Terrace Marshall Jr., WR- LSU
28. New Orleans Saints (12-4)
Caleb Farley, CB- Virginia Tech
29. Green Bay Packers (13-3)
Samuel Cosmi, OT- Texas
30. Buffalo Bills (13-3)
Jaelan Phillips, Edge- Miami
31. Baltimore Ravens (11-5)
Gregory Rousseau, Edge- Miami
32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5)
Jayson Oweh, Edge- Penn State
Alberto Torres- @CYTA2013
Jacksonville Jaguars: QB Trevor Lawrence
New York Jets: QB Zach Wilson
San Francisco 49ers: QB Mac Jones
Atlanta Falcons: WR Ja’Marr Chase (Titans trade a third (85th pick) in 2021 to the Falcons for WR Julio Jones. Titans have cap space and can afford to bring in a still talented threat and keep the Titans a post season contender for 2021. Chase is the bonafide number one WR in this draft class, not even close. A win-win for both organizations. Titans still gets a Number 1 type WR to pair with AJ Brown and dominate the AFC South with help from former Titans OC and now HC of the Falcons Arthur Smith.)
Cincinnati Bengals: OT Penei Sewell
Miami Dolphins: WR Devonta Smith
Detroit Lions: WR Jaylen Waddle
Carolina Panthers: TE Kyle Pitts
Denver Broncos: QB Trey Lance
Dallas Cowboys: LB Micah Parsons
New York Giants: Edge Kwitty Paye
Philadelphia Eagles : CB Patrick Surtain II
L.A. Chargers: OT Christian Darrisaw
Minnesota Vikings: IOL Alijah Vera-Tucker
New England Patriots: QB Justin Fields
Arizona Cardinals: CB Jaycee Horn
L.V. Raiders: OT Rashawn Slater
Miami Dolphins: LB J.O.K.
Washington Football Team: LB Zaven Collins
Chicago Bears: OT Teven Jenkins
Indianapolis Colts: CB Greg Newsome
Tennessee Titans: Safety Trevin Morhrig
New York Jets: CB Caleb Farley
Pittsburgh Steelers: OT Samuel Cosmi
Jacksonville Jaguars: WR Rashod Bateman
Cleveland Browns: IDL Christian Barmore
Baltimore Ravens: Edge Joe Tyron
New Orlean Saints: WR Elijah Moore
Green Bay Packers: OT Alex Leatherwood
Buffalo Bills: Edge Azeez Ojulari
Baltimore Ravens: WR Terrace Marshall Jr.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: IOL: Landon Dickerson
Kevin Lidlow- @Klidlow65
Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson: The Jaguars had won the 1st pick by winning the least amount of games than the Jets. Now they get the best college football prospect in Trevor Lawrence, pairing Lawrence with Urban Meyer will definitely be exciting to watch.
New York Jets: Zach Wilson QB BYU: With Sam Darnold officially gone and Deshaun Watson’s case seems to be getting worse, the door is now wide open for the Jets to take Zach Wilson. Wilson can make throws who not a lot of quarterbacks make, he will be a great addition for the Jets.
San Francisco 49ers(via Miami): Mac Jones QB Alabama: The 49ers don’t make this type of move unless they are going after a QB, and since they aren’t sold on Jimmy G anymore. It’s likely they make a change.
Atlanta Falcons: Justin Fields QB Ohio State: The Falcons have a decision to make in terms of the future of their quarterback situation. Matt Ryan is getting older but can still play, therefore drafting his predecessor to sit for a year or two could be beneficial.
Cincinnati Bengals: Penei Sewell OL Oregon: The Bengals have a bright future with Joe Burrow as long as they keep him upright. Their focus should be revamping the offensive and Sewell is the best out of the bunch. During his time at Oregon, he allowed only two QB hurries and zero sacks. He would definitely be a great addition.
Miami Dolphins: DeVonta Smith WR Alabama: The Dolphins make a series of trades that not only keeps them in the top 10 but also gives them multiple first round picks for the next two years. Plus they still get the best receiver in the draft too.
Detroit Lions: Ja’Marr Chase WR LSU: The Lions are about to lose their best receiver to free agency and will need to find a replacement for him. Luckily they get a good replacement in Chase who despite opting out, put up a strong pro day. No question he will be ready for the pros
Carolina Panthers: RaShawn Slater OT Northwestern: With the trade for Sam Darnold, the Panthers need to give him some protection on the offensive line.
Denver Broncos:Micah Parsons LB Penn State: There’s so many options for the Broncos to take with the ninth pick, and I see them taking the best linebacker on the draft board.
Dallas Cowboys: Patrick Surtain II CB Alabama: Defense is going to be the main focus for the Cowboys, I like Surtain here.
New York Giants: Kyle Pitts TE Florida: You can never have too many weapons, especially on the offensive side of the ball. The Giants should look for another tight end to pair with Engram that will help take the pressure off. Kyle Pitts is generating a lot of buzz after what he accomplished at Florida, he is a first round pick and the Giants take him with the 11th pick.
Philadelphia Eagles: Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama: A new era starts in Philly, a bunch of first round picks the next couple years as well as a brand new dual threat receiver.
Los Angeles Chargers: Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina: The Chargers have many glaring needs but corners are the biggest since the Chiefs still track stars and the Raiders got faster as well.
Minnesota Vikings: Christian Darrisaw OL VATech: The offensive line class this year isn’t as strong as last year, but the top three will be off the board by the 15th pick. Darrisaw is a left tackle that fits in a zone run scheme the best. The Vikings could use his versatility on the left side.
New England Patriots:Trey Lance QB North Dakota State: Cam Newton signed a one year deal and they will need to find their new franchise guy. Lance will need a couple years to develop.
Arizona Cardinals: Jaelan Phillips EDGE Miami: The Cardinals boost their defensive line with the addition of Phillips. In a draft where edge rushers come as a premium, when one falls to your spot. You take him.
Las Vegas Raiders: Wyatt Davis OL Ohio St: The Raiders have an older offensive line and need to consider adding more depth on their roster. I think Davis fits into what the Raiders are running on offense.
Miami Dolphins: Zaven Collins LB TULSA: Collins would fit in Flores’s system because he brings out the best in his players by putting them in a position to succeed. Collins would get the chance to do everything from dropping back to coverage to rushing the passer.
Washington football team: Alijah Vera-Tucker OT USC: When you’re an offensive lineman who can play both tackle and guard, chances are you’re going to get a look from teams. Tucker is a versatile lineman who can play both, his weakness is that he doesn’t do well against edge rushers. But WFT can move him inside if they lose Scherff.
Chicago Bears: Kwity Paye Edge Michigan: The Bears defense although formittable, is getting older. They need to get younger and versatile on the line, Paye to the Bears would be a good fit.
Indianapolis Colts: Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma State: The now retired Castonzo is replaced by Jenkins. His power and excellent body control will prove to be beneficial against opponents.
Tennessee Titans: Christian Barmore DL Alabama: The Titans are coming off a year where they only put up 19 sacks all year, they have to improve on the defensive line. Barmore would help solidify the interior of the defensive line.
New York Jets: Greg Newsome II CB Northwestern: The Jets need help in the secondary as much as o-line, they can go either way with Humphrey or Newsome. I see them taking Newsome here because he’s a true day one starter, there is a way for them to get Farley as well depending on the Bills and Saints picks. But needless to say the Jets can add depth to their secondary with both day one and two picks.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Najee Harris RB Alabama: The Steelers are in dire need of o line help but getting Connors replacement is just too good to pass up.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB Notre Dame: Daniel Jeremiah had Jeremiah going here because of his speed and athleticism. Urban Meyer emphasizes on speed, especially on the defensive side of the ball.
Cleveland Browns: Patrick Jones EDGE Pitt: CBS ranked Jones 2nd behind Rousseau, He is at his best when he is playing in a 4-3 scheme. He would be a good fit to compliment Garrett on the other side.
Baltimore Ravens: Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota: The Ravens have always been notorious for drafting the best player available, this year the Ravens get the best of both worlds. Bateman is a good route runner and knows where the ball is going to be, the Ravens could use a guy in his skill set.
New Orleans Saints: Gregory Rousseau Edge Miami: Rousseau’s poor pro day has caused him to drop to the Saints, Rousseau presence could help benefit the Saints
Green Bay Packers: Terrace Marshall Jr. WR LSU: The Packers will finally draft a skill position player for the first time since drafting Rodgers. Marshall offers size, speed, and versatility that would compliment Adams.
Buffalo Bills: Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State: There’s been speculation as to what the Bills might do with the 30th pick, some say they get an edge rusher while others say corner to compliment White. Brandon Beane has always taken the best player available and Samuel is that guy who can start for this team.
Baltimore Ravens(via Chiefs): Jalen Mayfield OT Michigan: The Ravens traded their best offensive lineman to the Chiefs for the 30th pick among others. The Ravens will then take his replacement here
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Nick Bolton LB Missouri: Lavonte David could be on a different team next year, the Bucs would have to find his replacement. Bolton would be a good fit here, he reminds me a lot like David who is a single gap linebacker as well as a field general on defense.
Frederick Blue @BootlegBishop
1. Jacksonville Jaguars-Trevor Lawrence,Clemson
2. NewYork Jets-Zach Wilson,BYU
3. San Francisco-Mac Jones,Alabama
4. Atlanta Falcons-Kyle Pitts,LSU
5. Cincinnati Bengals-Penei Sewell,Oregon
6. Miami Dolphins-Jamar Chase,LSU
7. Detroit Lions-Devonta Smith,Alabama
8. Washington(trade)-Trey Lance,NorthDakotaState
9. Denver Broncos-Justin Fields,OhioState
10. Dallas Cowboys- Patrick Surtain, Alabama
11. New York Giants- Micah Parsons, Penn State
12. Philadelphia Eagles-Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
13. San Diego Chargers- Jaycee Horn, South Carolina
14. Minnesota Vikings- Rashawn Slater, Northwestern
15. New England- Kwity Payne, Michigan
16. Arizona Cardinals- Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech
17. Las Vegas Raiders- Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC
18. Miami Dolphins- Jeremiah Owusah-Koramoah, Notre Dame
19. Carolina Panthers- Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech
20. Chicago Bears- Gregory Rousseau, Miami
21. Indianapolis Colts- Rashod Bateman, Minnesota
22. Tennessee Titans- Jaelan Phillips, Miami
23. New York Jets- Azeez Oljulari, Georgia
24. Pittsburgh Steelers- Najee Harris, Alabama
25. Jacksonville Jaguars- Tevin Jenkins, Oklahoma State
26. Cleveland Browns- Christian Barmore, Alabama
27. Baltimore Ravens- Greg Newsome II
28. New Orleans Saints- Kadarius Toney, Florida
29. Green Bay Packers- Isaiah Moore, Mississippi
30. Buffalo Bills- Trevon Moehrig-Woodard, TCU
31. Kansas City Chiefs- Zaven Collins, Tulsa
32. Tampa Bay Bucaneers- Travis Etienne, Clemson
Stephen Dubovy @stephendubovy
Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevor Lawrence, QB
New York Jets - Zach Wilson, QB
San Francisco 49ers –Mac Jones, QB
Atlanta Falcons – Trey Lance, QB
Cincinnati Bengals – Penei Sewell, OT
Miami Dolphins –DeVonta Smith, WR
Detroit Lions – Kyle Pitts, TE
Carolina Panthers - Justin Fields, QB
Denver Broncos – Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB
Dallas Cowboys - Jaycee Horn, CB
New York Giants - Ja’Marr Chase, WR
Philadelphia Eagles - Patrick Surtain II, CB
Los Angeles Chargers - Rashawn Slater, OT
Minnesota Vikings - Jaylen Waddle, WR
New England Patriots - Micah Parsons, LB
Arizona Cardinals - Najee Harris, RB
Las Vegas Raiders - Teven Jenkins, OT
Miami Dolphins - Creed Humphrey, C,
Washington Football Team – Rashod Bateman, WR
Chicago Bears – Christian Darrisaw, OT,
Indianapolis Colts - Joseph Ossai, EDGE
Tennessee Titans - Greg Newsome II, CB
New York Jets - Zaven Collins, LB
Pittsburgh Steelers – Azeez Ojulari, EDGE
Jacksonville Jaguars - Gregory Rousseau, DL
Cleveland Browns - Terrace Marshall Jr., WR
Baltimore Ravens - Jaelan Phillips, EDGE
New Orleans Saints - Jamin Davis, LB
Green Bay Packers - Samuel Cosmi, OT
Buffalo Bills - Kwity Paye, EDGE
Kansas City Chiefs - Alijah Vera-Tucker, OL
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Christian Barmore, DT
David Dubovy @DavidDubovy
Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevor Lawrence, QB Clemson
New York Jets: Zach Wilson, QB BYU
San Francisco 49ers: Mac Jones, QB Alabama
Atlanta Falcons: Trey Lance, QB North Dakota State
Cincinnati Bengals: Ja’Marr Chase, WR LSU
Miami Dolphins: Penei Sewell, OT Oregon
Detroit Lions: Kyle Pitts, TE Florida
Carolina Panthers: DeVonta Smith, WR Alabama
Denver Broncos: Justin Fields, QB Ohio State
Dallas Cowboys: Patrick Surtain II, CB Alabama
New York Giants: Micah Parsons, LB Penn State
Philadelphia Eagles: Jaylen Waddle, WR Alabama
Los Angeles Chargers: Rashawn Slater, OT Northwestern
Minnesota Vikings: Jaycee Horn, CB South Carolina
New England Patriots: Alijah Vera- Tucker, OL USC
Arizona Cardinals: Christian Darrisaw, OT Virginia Tech
Las Vegas Raiders: Jeremiah Owusu- Koramoah, LB Notre Dame
Miami Dolphins: Caleb Farley, CB Virginia Tech
Washington Football Team: Teven Jenkins, OT Oklahoma State
Chicago Bears: Jaelen Phillips, EDGE Miami
Indianapolis Colts: Kwity Paye, EDGE Michigan
Tennessee Titans: Rashod Bateman, WR Minnesota
New York Jets: Greg Newsome II, CB Northwestern
Pittsburgh Steelers: Najee Harris, RB Alabama
Jacksonville Jaguars: Travis Etienne, RB Clemson
Cleveland Browns: Azeez Ojulari, EDGE Georgia
Baltimore Ravens: Terrace Marshall Jr, WR LSU
New Orleans Saints: Asante Samuel Jr, CB Florida State
Green Bay Packers: Kadarius Toney, WR Florida
Buffalo Bills: Zaven Collins, LB Tulsa
Baltimore Ravens: Trevon Moehrig, S TCU
Tampa Bay Bucaneers: Gregory Rousseau, DE Miami
Noah Dubovy @DubovyN
1 Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
2 New York Jets Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
3 San Francisco 49ers Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
4 Atlanta Falcons Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
5 Cincinnati Bengals Jamar Chase, WR, LSU
6 Miami Dolphins Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
7 TRADE Denver Broncos (via Detriot Lions) Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
8 Carolina Panthers Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
9 TRADE Detroit Lions (via Denver Broncos) Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State
10 Dallas Cowboys Patrick Surtain, CB, Alabama
11 New York Giants Devonta Smith, WR, Alabama
12 Philadelphia Eagles Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
13 Los Angeles Chargers Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
14 Minnesota Vikings Kwity Paye, EDGE, Michigan
15 New England Patriots Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
16 Arizona Cardinals Alijah Vera-Tucker, OG, USC
17 Las Vegas Raiders Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
18 Miami Dolphins Jaelan Phillips, EDGE, Miami
19 Washington Football Team Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech
20 Chicago Bears Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
21 Indianapolis Colts Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
22 Tennessee Titans Elijah Moore, WR, Mississippi
23 New York Jets Greg Newsome II, CB, Northwestern
24 Pittsburgh Steelers Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
25 Jacksonville Jaguars Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma Sate
26 Cleveland Browns Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama
27 Baltimore Ravens Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
28 New Orleans Saints Tyson Cambell, CB, Georgia
29 Green Bay Packers Kardarius Toney, WR, Florida
30 Buffalo Bills Asante Samuel Jr. CB, Florida State
31 Baltimore Ravens Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa
32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jayson Oweh, EDGE, Penn State
John Hazelet @JohnHazelet475
1. Jacksonville Jaguars: QB: Trevor Lawrence, Clemson: First stop Jacksonville, last stop Hall of Fame. If he can stay healthy, Lawrence will end his career with a Gold Jacket. Jacksonville will put some weapons around him and maximize his success. My first “Cant miss” player since Andrew Luck
2. New York Jets: QB: Zach Wilson, BYU: Wilson might be the most fascinating QB in the draft. He has been compared to just about every QB you have ever heard of. His success will depend heavily on how the Jets equip him. This franchise failed Sam Darnold, it cant afford to fail Wilson also. The Jets need to focus on weapons and protection for Wilson with their many picks in this draft.
3. San Francisco 49ers (from HOU via MIA): QB: Mac Jones, Alabama: Lance or Fields wouldn’t shock me here but I think Jones is their guy. It will be interesting to see if they move Jimmy G somewhere during this draft. If not, Jones will have a nice cushion to be brought along slowly.
4. Atlanta Falcons TE: Kyle Pitts, Florida: A tempting spot for a team to come up to grab the 4th QB in the draft but I think Atlanta is hot for Pitts. Pitts may be the best prospect in the draft and the Falcons, who will most likely trade Julio Jones will need to replace him with a target for Matt Ryan and their QB of the future, whomever that may be..
5. Cincinnati Bengals: WR: Ja’Marr Chase, LSU: Another spot for a QB move up but the Bengals need to give their franchise QB a weapon.. and who better than his college teammate. Chase is the playmaker the Bengals need.
6. Miami Dolphins (from PHI): WR: DeVonta Smith, Alabama: Concerns about his size are way overblown, Smith is a dynamic player in the Ty Hill mode. The Dolphins adding Smith will be great for Tua as another college QB/WR combo land in this draft.
7. Detroit Lions: OT: Penei Sewell, Oregon: Oh the Lions.. they need just about everything in what is their most recent rebuild. The temptation here would be to trade down or draft a skill position player, even a QB. But the new regime with Dan Campbell at the helm starts the rebuild with their OT for the next 10 years.
8. New England Patriots (from Carolina Panthers): QB Justin Fields, OSU: The Pats finally find a trade partner with the Panthers and get their QB of the future in front of Denver. Fields gets the benefit of bring Fields along slowly with Cam penciled in as their starter.
9. Denver Broncos: QB: Trey Lance, North Dakota St: Broncos get their most recent QB of the future in Lance. Lance is probably the least “polished” of the four QB’s taken so far but the Broncos but this is still a need for the Broncos even with the addition of Teddy Bridgewater. Their offense has some very good weapons to help Lance once he gets on the field.
10. Dallas Cowboys: CB: Patrick Surtain II, Alabama: The drafts first defensive player and a good one. Surtain gives the Cowboys a major upgrade to their secondary.
11. New York Giants: Edge: Kwity Paye, Michigan: Slightly tempted to give the Giants an OT or WR in this spot because I think there is one of each they would covet. However, adding Paye to this defense will help the Giants get to the QB and typically when the Giants are a good team, they have a dominant pass rush.
12. Philadelphia Eagles (from SF via MIA): WR: Jaylen Waddle, Alabama: Adding Waddle is just to good to pass on for a team that needs to help its young QB. I look for them to address the secondary later in the draft.
13. Los Angeles Chargers: OT Rashawn Slater Northwestern: With their franchise QB in place the Chargers take a player that will keep him safe for years to come.
14. Minnesota Vikings: LB Micah Parsons, PSU: Parsons might be the best LB in the draft. Mike Zimmer gets a gem for his defense.
15. Carolina Panthers (from New England Patriots): CB: Jaycee Horn, South Carolina: Panthers can go a few different directions including O-line and QB but I think they add Horn to their secondary and address other positions in round 2.
16. Arizona Cardinals: CB: Greg Newsome II, Northwestern: Newsome can step in and play the role that Patrick Peterson left behind on day 1. This is a home run pick for the Cardinals.
17. Las Vegas Raiders: OL: Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC: Vera-Tucker is a versatile O-lineman who can play Tackle or Guard for the Raiders.
18. Miami Dolphins: Edge: Gregory Rousseau, Miami: One of the most dynamic pass rushers in the draft is a no brainer for Miami who like to get after the QB.
19. Washington Football Team: LB: Jamin Davis, Kentucky: A tackle machine at Kentucky, Davis will be a nice fit in an already stout WFT defense.
20. Chicago Bears: WR: Rashod Bateman, Minnesota: I feel bad mocking anyone to the Bears honestly but Bateman seems like a fit to an offense that can use… a lot. Bateman will help shed double teams away from Allen Robinson.
21. Indianapolis Colts: OT: Christian Darrisaw, VaTech: At 6’5” and 320lbs the Colts add to what already is an outstanding O-Line. Protecting Wentz is the priority.
22. Tennessee Titans: CB: Caleb Farley, VaTech: A tall lanky CB Farley will step in to the starting CB role.
23. New York Jets (from SEA) OT: Teven Jenkins, Oak St.: Jets are in prime position to move up a few or back a few if desired. I say they make an investment in a guy who will be a 10 year starter at RT being a great compliment to last years round 1 pick Mekhi Becton.
24. Pittsburgh Steelers: RB: Najee Harris: Alabama: This seems like the most natural fit in the draft. Pitt adds a RB who can be the bell cow they have missed since LeVeon Bell sat out a season and ruined his career.
25. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): S: Trevon Moehrig, TCU: A ball hawking Safety who will make an impact on a defense in need of impact players.
26. Cleveland Browns: LB: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, ND: A hybrid type player that will add flexibility and explosiveness to the Browns defense.
27. Baltimore Ravens: C: Landon Dickerson, Alabama: Honestly one of my favorite players in the draft. Dickerson was the catalyst of a very good Alabama O-Line. He will be the same in Baltimore.
28. New Orleans Saints: CB: Tyson Campbell, Georgia: A long tall CB who kind of reminds me of Antonio Cromartie. I wouldn’t put it past the Saints to add offense here but lining up Campbell opposite shut down corner Marshon Lattimore.
29. Green Bay Packers: WR: Elijah Moore, Mississippi: No you didn’t mis read that the Packers are drafting a WR in round 1. Moore may be one of the most overlooked players in the draft. He is short at 5’9” but dynamic and will be a tremendous weapon for Aaron Rodgers.
30. Buffalo Bills: Edge: Joe Tyron, Washington: Just about anyone Buffalo takes will be a luxury pick. Tyron can get after the QB and Buffalo will be a nice fit.
31. Baltimore Ravens (from KC): WR: Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU: A big target for Lamar Jackson is just what the Doctor ordered at the end of round 1. Marshall stands 6’3” and has a strong presence on the field.
32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DT: Christian Barmore, Alabama: The Buccs won games in 2020 on both sides of the ball. Barmore is a beast on the D-Line and will be a good fit in Todd Bowles system.
Vincent Zahler @VincentZahler
Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevor Lawrence-QB-Clemson
New York Jets: Zach Wilson-QB-BYU
San Francisco 49ers: Mac Jones-QB-Alabama
Atlanta Falcons: Trey Lance-QB-North Dakota State
Cincinnati Bengals: Penei Sewell-OT-Oregon
Miami Dolphins: Kyle PItts-TE-Florida
Detroit Lions: Ja’Marr Chase-WR-LSU
Carolina Panthers: Jaycee Horn-CB-South Carolina
Denver Broncos: Justin Fields-QB-Ohio State
Dallas Cowboys: Micah Parsons-LB-Penn State
New York Giants: DeVonta Smith-WR-Alabama
Philadelphia Eagles: Jaylen Waddle-WR-Alabama
Los Angeles Chargers: Alijah Vera-Tucker-OT-USC
Minnesota Vikings: Rashawn Slater-OL-Northwestern
New England Patriots: Patrick Surtain II-CB-Alabama
Arizona Cardinals: Zaven Collins-Edge-Tulsa
Las Vegas Raiders: Alex Leatherwood-G/T- Alabama
Miami Dolphins: Kwity Paye-DL-Michigan
Washington Football Team: Christian Darrisaw-OT-Virginia Tech
Chicago Bears: Teven Jenkins-OT-Oklahoma State
Indianapolis Colts: Jaelen Philips-DE-Miami
Tennessee Titans: Kadarius Toney-WR-Florida
New York Jets: Caleb Farley-CB-Virginia Tech
Pittsburgh Steelers: Najee Harris-RB-Alabama
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jamin Davis-LB-Kentucky
Cleveland Browns: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah-LB-Notre Dame
Baltimore Ravens: Jayson Oweh-Edge-Penn State
New Orleans Saints: Christian Barmore-DL-Alabama
Green Bay Packers: Greg Newsome-CB-Northwestern
Buffalo Bills: Travis Etienne-RB-Clemson
Baltimore Ravens: Jackson Carmen-OL-Clemson
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Azeez Ojulari-Edge-Georgia
Brandon Turner @bturner4559
1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Trevor Lawrence QB
2. New York Jets-Zach Wilson QB
3. San Francisco 49ers (from Miami Dolphins via Houston Texans) Mac Jones QB
4. Atlanta Falcons- Kyle Pitts TE
5. Cincinnati Bengals-Ja’Marr Chase WR
6. Denver Broncos (from Miami Dolphins)- Justin Fields QB
7. Detroit Lions-Penei Sewell OT
8. Carolina Panthers-Patrick Surtain II CB
9. Miami Dolphins-Jaylen Waddle WR
10. Dallas Cowboys-Micah Parsons LB
11. New York Giants- Kwity Paye EDGE
12. Philadelphia Eagles (Miami Dolphins via San Francisco 49ers) -Devonta Smith WR
13. Los Angeles Chargers-Rashawn Slater OT
14. Minnesota Vikings-Alijah Vera-Tucker IOL
15. New England Patriots-Trey Lance QB
16. Arizona Cardinals-Christian Barmore DT
17. Las Vegas Raiders-Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB
18. Miami Dolphins-Jaelen Phillips EDGE
19. Washington Football Team-Greg Newsome CB
20. Chicago Bears-Kellen Mond QB
21. Indianapolis Colts-Jayson Oweh EDGE
22. Tennessee Titans- Teven Jenkins OT
23. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks)-Christian Darrisaw OT
24. Pittsburgh Steelers-Travis Etienne RB
25. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams)- Jaycee Horn CB
26. Cleveland Browns- Zaven Collins LB
27. Baltimore Ravens-Azeez Ojulari EDGE
28. New Orleans Saints-Kelvin Joseph CB
29. Green Bay Packers-Rashod Bateman WR
30. Buffalo Bills-Caleb Farley CB
31. Baltimore Ravens (from Kansas City Chiefs)-Samuel Cosmi OT
32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Terrace Marshall WR
Brian Turner @BriBreadd
1 Jacksonville Jaguars
2 New York Jets
3 San Francisco 49ers
4 Atlanta Falcons
5 Cincinnati Bengals
6 Miami Dolphins
7 New England Patriots TRADE: Det rec. NE #15, #46, #97, and 2022 NE 1st
8 New York Jets TRADE: Carolina rec . NYJ 2021 #34, #86, and 2022 NYJ 1st
9 Denver Broncos
10 Dallas Cowboys
11 New York Giants
12 Philadelphia Eagles
13 Los Angeles Chargers
14 Minnesota Vikings
15 TRADE Detriot Lions
Patrick Surtain II
16 Arizona Cardinals
17 Las Vegas Raiders
18 Miami Dolphins
19 Washington Football Team
20 Chicago Bears
21 Indianapolis Colts
22 Tennessee Titans
23 TRADE Carolina Panthers
Greg Newsome II
24 Pittsburgh Steelers
25 Jacksonville Jaguars
26 Cleveland Browns
27 Baltimore Ravens
28 New Orleans Saints
29 Green Bay Packers
30 Buffalo Bills
31 Kansas City Chiefs
32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers