2021 NFL Mock Drafts

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    There's not a lot to say at this point. Lawrence aced the 2020 season, his pro day, and now he's recovering from shoulder surgery before eventually becoming the first-overall pick on April 29.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    10 3153 69.2 24 5
    2 Zach WilsonBYU, Jr QB

    We've gone back and forth here -- either Zach Wilson or Penei Sewell -- but we'll reiterate what we've been saying for weeks: This all comes down to what the Jets think of Sam Darnold. Wilson is coming off a spectacular 2020 season but New York could also trade down to stockpile picks and players as part of a rebuild that includes Darnold.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    12 3698 73.1 32 3
    3 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    Traded from: HOU

    This is high for a WR but Chase is a special talent. And the Dolphins desperately need to get better at the position as Tua Tagovailoa enters Year 2 as the starter.

    4 Justin FieldsOhio St., Jr QB

    Trever Lawrence is the clear-cut No. 1 QB but after that there are any number of combinations that could see quarterbacks 2-5 come off the board. The Falcons will almost certainly roll with Matt Ryan in 2020 but that won't preclude them from taking a player like Fields, who would probably be best served by spending a year on the bench.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    8 2100 70.2 22 6
    5 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    The Bengals would love for Sewell to fall to them here and there's a decent chance it happens as teams jockey for QBs at the top of the board.

    6 Mac JonesAlabama, Jr QB

    Who knows what the Eagles will do with the No. 6 pick but it's hard to imagine they no-showed in that Week 17 game just to take a wideout or offensive lineman. And with Wentz now in Indy, there has to be a Plan B behind Jalen Hurts, who is reunited with his former Alabama teammate, Mac Jones.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    13 4500 77.4 41 4
    7 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, Jr WR

    Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola are all headed for free agency, and while the Lions will likely try to keep Golladay, who was injured for much of the 2020 season, adding a home-run threat like Waddle would certainly brighten Jared Goff's spirits.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    6 28 591 21.1 4
    8 Trey LanceNorth Dakota St., Soph QB

    Lance could end up being the best QB in this class based on athleticism, arm strength and smarts, it's just that he hasn't played a lot of football and when he did it was for FCS North Dakota State. Still, it's hard to imagine he falls out of the first half of Round 1 and the Panthers could be a good fit because Tedd Bridgewater could return in 2021 with designs of Lance taking over in '22.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    1 149 50 2 1
    9 Caleb FarleyVirginia Tech, Jr CB

    Bryce Callahan was a bright spot in the secondary in 2020 but he, along with four other CBs, will have his contract expire next spring. Farley, who opted out for 2020, is our CB1.

    10 Rashawn SlaterNorthwestern, Sr OL

    The Cowboys could choose to go cornerback or edge rusher here but we have them upgrading their offensive line with Slater, who was dominant at left tackle but can also play guard or center.

    11 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    The Giants have needs along the offensive line but the defense could use some upgrades too. Micah Parsons has opted out of the 2020 season but he's the No. 1 LB in this class.

    12 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    Imagine Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk, George Kittle and DeVonta Smith on the field together with Kyle Shanahan dialing up the plays. You'd be hard-pressed to come up with a reason by Jimmy Garoppolo wouldn't put up huge numbers.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 117 1856 15.9 23
    13 Kyle PittsFlorida, Jr TE

    Pitts could end up being the best pass catcher in this draft. And if so why not give Justin Herbert another weapon, especially since Hunter Henry is set for free agency later this month.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    8 43 770 17.9 12
    14 Kwity PayeMichigan, Sr DL

    The Vikings have needs along the interior defensive line and offensive line but it would be hard to pass up a pass rusher like Paye, who is only scratching the surface on his ability.

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    4
    15 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph EDGE

    Rousseau opted out in 2020 but registered 15.5 sacks in 2019. He's still relatively new to the position and will only get better, but it's important to remember that he's not colse to a finished product.

    16 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr CB

    Patrick Peterson and Dre Kirkpatrick will be free agents in a few weeks and Surtain, who has been Alabama's best cornerback the last two seasons, would be a good fit in Arizona in 2021.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 1
    17 Jeremiah Owusu-KoramoahNotre Dame, Sr LB

    Owusu-Koramoah is a tweener, which is why some NFL teams view him as a safety and not a linebacker. Above all else, he's an athlete and that's exactly what this Raiders defense needs at all levels.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    12 1
    18 Alijah Vera-TuckerUSC, Jr OL

    After beginning his career at guard, Vera-Tucker kicked out to left tackle for the 2020 season and was dominant at times. The versatility and consistency makes him an attractive option here for the Dolphins as they continue to rebuild their offensive line.

    19 Kadarius ToneyFlorida, Sr WR

    Quarterbacks are off the board, as are the three top offensive linemen, so instead Football Team gets a playmaker in Toney, who was special during the '20 season for the Gators. In Washington he'll join Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson, two young stars in the making.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 70 984 14.1 10
    20 Christian DarrisawVirginia Tech, Jr OL

    The Bears need a quarterback, but with five already off the board they turn to the offensive line. Darrisaw, who had a strong season for the Hokies, is an athletic offensive lineman who may eventually move inside to guard.

    21 Jaycee HornSouth Carolina, Jr CB

    Horn is one of the most physical CBs in this draft class and would give the Colts depth in the secondary should Xavier Rhodes leave in free agency.

    2020 College Stats

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    7 2
    22 Jayson OwehPenn St., Soph EDGE

    Oweh is a freakish athlete just scratching the surface on his potential, which fits exactly what the Titans need after managing just 19 sacks during the regular season.

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    GP TKL SACKS INT
    7
    23 Rondale MoorePurdue, Soph WR

    Traded from: SEA

    Moore has only played seven games that last two seasons and that's the biggest concern about how his skills might translate to the NFL. That said, he was damn near unstoppable when he was on the field for Purdue and his blend of speed, power and contact balance makes him a special player.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    3 35 270 7.7 0
    24 Carlos Basham Jr.Wake Forest, Sr EDGE

    Basham is a physical freak who reinforced the notion during Senior Bowl week. Consistency will be the key to his success but he has all the physical tools to dominate.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    6
    25 Christian BarmoreAlabama, Soph DL

    Traded from: LAR

    Barmore was our DT1 coming into the season, took a while to get going, and then saved his best football for the final month of the season. He was absolutely dominant in 'Bama's run to the championship.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    11
    26 Trevon MoehrigTCU, Jr S

    The Browns have some young promising players on defense but they've struggled to stay healthy. Moehrig is the best safety in the class who can play deep centerfield and in the slot if needed.

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    10 2
    27 Jaelan PhillipsMiami (Fla.), Jr DL

    Yannick Ngakoue and Matt Judon will be free agents in a few weeks and even if one (or both) returns the Ravens need to get better off the edge. Phillips began his career at UCLA and overcome injuries and retirement to have a dominant 2020 campaign.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    10 1
    28 Tyson CampbellGeorgia, Jr CB

    The Saints have four CBs on the roster headed for free agency and even though Marshon Lattimore, Janoris Jenkins and Patrick Robinson are still on multi-year deals, you can never have enough big-play corners. Campbell is long, physical and is only going to get better with experience.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    10 1
    29 Levi OnwuzurikeWashington, Sr DL

    The Packers have Kenny Clark but they could use some depth in middle of the defense; Onwuzurike opted out in '20 but didn't show any rust at the Senior Bowl, and his blend of speed and strength make him an attractive late-first-round option for teams looking to bolster their d-lines.

    30 Zaven CollinsTulsa, Jr LB

    Collins had four sacks, four interceptions (including two pick-sixes) and two forced fumbles during a breakout '20 season. At 6-foot-4, 260 pounds, he looks more like a defensive end but moves with the fluidity of the modern day inside linebackers that have become so prevalent around the league.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    8 4
    31 Azeez OjulariGeorgia, Soph LB

    The Chiefs need to upgrade their pass rush and Ojulari, who can get after the quarterback all day long, is also stout against the run.

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    10
    32 Joe TryonWashington, Jr EDGE

    Tryon, like teammate Levi Onwuzurike, opted out in 2020 but at 6-foot-5, 260 pounds he looks the part. Had he played this season he likely would have improved his draft stock and may have gone earlier in Round 1.

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    The draft starts at pick No. 2. The Urban Meyer era begins with Lawrence at No. 1 overall.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    10 3153 69.2 24 5
    2 Zach WilsonBYU, Jr QB

    Barring a trade for Deshaun Watson, or an amazingly well-kept secret that they love another quarterback, Wilson will land with the Jets.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    12 3698 73.1 32 3
    3 Justin FieldsOhio St., JrMOCK TRADE from MIA QB

    Mock Trade from: MIA

    The Broncos desperately want to fix the quarterback spot, and who would blame them? So they make a bold move to get Fields in Denver.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    8 2100 70.2 22 6
    4 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    HELLO! The Falcons make a clear statement that they're giving Matt Ryan one last go at a deep playoff run. And with Chase, they plan for a future after Julio Jones.

    5 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    Easy pick for the Bengals, especially with Chase off the board. Major protection for Joe Burrow.

    6 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, Jr WR

    Let's see how the Jalen Hurts experiment goes in Philadelphia. He'll have a nice collection of young and fast receivers if this is the pick on draft night.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    6 28 591 21.1 4
    7 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    The Lions could go quarterback, but new GM Brad Holmes was with Jared Goff in Los Angeles for years. He with rides him for a season or two and addresses the receiver spot with Smith.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 117 1856 15.9 23
    8 Trey LanceNorth Dakota St., SophMOCK TRADE from CAR QB

    Mock Trade from: CAR

    After the Watson trade, the Texans pick their quarterback of the future in Lance and start a veteran at the outset of the 2021 season.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    1 149 50 2 1
    9 Kyle PittsFlorida, JrMOCK TRADE from DEN TE

    Mock Trade from: DEN

    How about Mike Gesicki and Pitts for Tua Tagovailoa's second season in Miami? Not bad. Not too bad at all.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    8 43 770 17.9 12
    10 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    Linebacker is a sneaky Round 1 pick for the Cowboys because of the health of Leighton Vander Esch and the recent downturn in play from Jaylon Smith.

    11 Kadarius ToneyFlorida, Sr WR

    Dave Gettleman loves throwing everyone for a loop in the draft, and he does so again with Toney here, although the Florida product is precisely the type of playmaker Danny Dimes needs.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 70 984 14.1 10
    12 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr CB

    Surtain is a high-floor cornerback who steps into Richard Sherman's role immediately.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 1
    13 Rashawn SlaterNorthwestern, Sr OL

    Slater steps in as the left tackle for Justin Herbert. Huge responsibility, but Slater is up to the challenge.

    14 Kwity PayeMichigan, Sr DL

    Minnesota's defensive line is essentially barren now -- minus the returning Danielle Hunter -- and Paye has an NFL body with freaky athletic traits.

    2020 College Stats

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    4
    15 Azeez OjulariGeorgia, SophMOCK TRADE from NE LB

    Mock Trade from: NE

    After Paye goes off the board, the Titans want to get a part of the edge-rusher class and swing a deal with the Patriots to select the explosive, bendy, and decently refined Ojulari.

    2020 College Stats

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    10
    16 Caleb FarleyVirginia Tech, Jr CB

    Farley is a long, former wideout who tracks the football awesomely and has the athletic prowess to stick with receivers down the field.

    17 Christian BarmoreAlabama, Soph DL

    Barmore is a tall and powerful Alabama defensive lineman with flashes of top-15 talent with his hands.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    11
    18 Rashod BatemanMinnesota, Jr WR

    The Dolphins are going all-in on offensive weapons for Tagovailoa. After Pitts earlier in Round 1, they get their young quarterback a well-rounded weapon in Bateman.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 36 472 13.1 2
    19 Alijah Vera-TuckerUSC, Jr OL

    Vera-Tucker can play guard if Brandon Scherff signs elsewhere in free agency and, as we saw in 2020, he can thrive at tackle.

    20 Teven JenkinsOklahoma St., Sr OL

    The Bears need a quarterback and need to address the offensive line. Without a quarterback who really excites them here, they go with the safe selection of Jenkins.

    21 Elijah MooreOle Miss, Jr WR

    Moore is the type of YAC weapon Frank Reich will love in his quick-strike offense.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    8 86 1193 13.9 8
    22 Jaelan PhillipsMiami (Fla.), JrMOCK TRADE from TEN DL

    Mock Trade from: TEN

    After sliding back to get a few day two selections, the Patriots address their anemic pass rush with Phillips, a former No. 1 recruit in the nation.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    10 1
    23 Rondale MoorePurdue, Soph WR

    Traded from: SEA

    If Moore can stay healthy, he can be a tremendous weapon for Wilson right away.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    3 35 270 7.7 0
    24 Carlos Basham Jr.Wake Forest, Sr EDGE

    Basham instantly stands in for Bud Dupree -- if he lands on another team in free agency -- and can give the Steelers some depth inside because of his large frame.

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    6
    25 Christian DarrisawVirginia Tech, Jr OL

    Traded from: LAR

    Home-run selection for the Jaguars, as Darrisaw has serious franchise left tackle skills.

    26 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph EDGE

    Rousseau gets to learn from another tall, freaky edge rusher in Myles Garrett.

    27 Creed HumphreyOklahoma, Jr OL

    Humphrey steps in on day one and is an effective starter at the center spot for Baltimore.

    28 Mac JonesAlabama, Jr QB

    Jones in New Orleans would be ideal for the former Alabama quarterback. Eventually, he'll be able to operate Sean Payton's system very well.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    13 4500 77.4 41 4
    29 Zaven CollinsTulsa, Jr LB

    Collins is a hulking linebacker with high-end coverage and blitzing ability.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    8 4
    30 Jeremiah Owusu-KoramoahNotre Dame, Sr LB

    This is a glorious development for the Bills, as Owusu-Koramoah would instantly step into Matt Milano's playmaker role if the veteran signs elsewhere in free agency.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    12 1
    31 Jayson OwehPenn St., Soph EDGE

    Oweh isn't a finished product but has All-Pro athletic traits and a chiseled frame.

    2020 College Stats

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    7
    32 Levi OnwuzurikeWashington, Sr DL

    Onwuzurike would flourish in Tampa Bay next to Vita Vea.

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    Jacksonville has a blue-chip player at the quarterback spot, which means they can turn their attention to upgrading other positions on the roster.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    10 3153 69.2 24 5
    2 Zach WilsonBYU, Jr QB

    The first domino falls in New York's draft class. There are several other needs to fill on the roster so Joe Douglas has his work cut out for him.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    12 3698 73.1 32 3
    3 Justin FieldsOhio St., JrMOCK TRADE from MIA QB

    Mock Trade from: MIA

    Carolina is not messing around in its search for a quarterback upgrade. The situation with Teddy Bridgewater has soured, so the Panthers trade up to select Justin Fields. The No. 8 overall selection, No. 39 overall selection and a 2022 third-round pick head back to Miami in exchange.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    8 2100 70.2 22 6
    4 Trey LanceNorth Dakota St., Soph QB

    Matt Ryan will turn 36 years old before the start of the 2021 regular season. I doubt Arthur Smith hitched his wagon to an aged player at the game's most important position without having a plan in place.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    1 149 50 2 1
    5 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    The idea of selecting Kyle Pitts or Ja'Marr Chase here is tantalizing, but Cincinnati has to do the right thing here and bolster the offensive line. The selection of Penei Sewell allows them to move Jonah Williams to guard or right tackle. It is an upgrade at two positions.

    6 Kyle PittsFlorida, Jr TE

    Zach Ertz is not going to be around long in Philadelphia. The Eagles need pass catchers and are not limited to wide receivers. Kyle Pitts is a unique weapon who is not going to be pegged as a traditional inline blocker. He can be flexed out and moved around in Nick Sirianni's offense.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    8 43 770 17.9 12
    7 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    It would be a surprise if Detroit allowed Kenny Golladay to walk this offseason. However, even if he returns, the team needs to add others at the position. Ja'Marr Chase is still the best wide receiver in this draft and the Lions have the opportunity to pick him. Jared Goff begins his career in the NFC North with T.J. Hockenson, Kenny Golladay, Ja'Marr Chase and D'Andre Swift.

    8 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, JrMOCK TRADE from CAR WR

    Mock Trade from: CAR

    Miami moves back, acquires some additional draft picks and selects a speedy wide receiver who has a history with Tua Tagovailoa.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    6 28 591 21.1 4
    9 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    Von Miller may not return to Denver, but Bradley Chubb certainly will. The Broncos can add another elite player to the second level of the defense in the form of Micah Parsons. Parsons has the ability to apply pressure on the quarterback in addition to covering sideline to sideline.

    10 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr CB

    The son of the 11-year veteran joins a Dallas team in desperate need of some immediate impact performers. A few high-priced players on the roster have not lived up to their end of the bargain.

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    13 1
    11 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    New York has a solid trio at wide receiver with Darius Slayton, Sterling Shepard and Golden Tate, but health has been an issue. The Giants could swap Golden Tate for DeVonta Smith and save $5 million in the process.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 117 1856 15.9 23
    12 Caleb FarleyVirginia Tech, Jr CB

    Richard Sherman's time in San Francisco appears to be coming to an end. The 49ers have a young core of talent on defense and that is only uplifted by the addition of Caleb Farley.

    13 Rashawn SlaterNorthwestern, Sr OL

    Los Angeles plugs Rashawn Slater into the left tackle position to protect Justin Herbert. I think grabbing a wide receiver could be a surprising direction for them in the event that either Ja'Marr Chase, Jaylen Waddle or DeVonta Smith are still on the board.

    14 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph EDGE

    The Vikings showed their cards last offseason when they aggressively pursued a trade for Yannick Ngakoue. Although that particular situation did not work out, the team still has a gaping hole to fill at the edge rusher position. Gregory Rousseau is still working to reach his full potential but that should be exciting for the Vikings because he has a really promising baseline.

    15 Mac JonesAlabama, Jr QB

    I do not think Bill Belichick is going to sit around and allow other teams to make decisions at the quarterback position before he gets his opportunity; especially after watching Tom Brady win a Super Bowl elsewhere. Mac Jones is not the ideal quarterback, but he is a substantial upgrade over what the franchise received a year ago.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    13 4500 77.4 41 4
    16 Alijah Vera-TuckerUSC, Jr OL

    Arizona adds another high-caliber player to the offense. Alijah Vera-Tucker has played left tackle for USC this season but projects inside. His inclusion gives the Cardinals a solid foundation for years to come.

    17 Jaelan PhillipsMiami (Fla.), Jr DL

    Las Vegas has not been getting satisfying production from its edge rushers. Former No. 4 overall selection Clelin Ferrell was supposed to be the bell cow but it has been late-round pick Maxx Crosby instead. The Raiders need to apply more pressure on the quarterback so they take Jaelan Phillips.

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    10 1
    18 Jeremiah Owusu-KoramoahNotre Dame, Sr LB

    Brian Flores adds another versatile piece to his defense. I have a lot of respect for the Dolphins head coach and what he has been able to accomplish with an average front seven. The sky is the limit as they start adding blue-chip talents at that level.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    12 1
    19 Christian DarrisawVirginia Tech, Jr OL

    Washington has been in the market for a left tackle since Trent Williams demanded a trade to San Francisco. Christian Darrisaw steps in to fill the void. The only question remaining, who will start at quarterback?

    20 Jalen MayfieldMichigan, Jr OL

    Chicago is likely to retain Allen Robinson but, who will be throwing him the ball? Jalen Mayfield helps stabilize the offensive line. The run game was strong down the stretch so the franchise is investing in the future success of the ground attack.

    21 Tyson CampbellGeorgia, Jr CB

    Indianapolis has been aggressive adding veterans to bridge the gap with other Super Bowl contenders. Tyson Campbell is a really good man cornerback and gives the Colts a positive long-term outlook.

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    10 1
    22 Azeez OjulariGeorgia, Soph LB

    Tennessee asks its edge rushers to do more than rush the passer. They must have the athleticism to drop into coverage. Azeez Ojulari can still fill out physically, but his potential is exciting.

    2020 College Stats

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    10
    23 Jayson OwehPenn St., Soph EDGE

    Traded from: SEA

    Jayson Oweh is another projection. His production will not wow anyone in the Big Apple, but dig deeper and you'll find a gifted athlete. The Jets' roster needs a total overhaul. After adding a quarterback at No. 2 overall, New York targets another premier position in the first round.

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    7
    24 Teven JenkinsOklahoma St., Sr OL

    Pittsburgh's interior offensive line should be in good shape if everyone is able to stay healthy but the tackles need some work. Teven Jenkins is a physical player who fits into the rugged local culture.

    25 Trevon MoehrigTCU, Jr S

    Traded from: LAR

    Jacksonville added C.J. Henderson and K'Lavon Chaisson to the defense last year. After adding Trevor Lawrence with the top pick, the Jaguars swing back around to add Trevon Moehrig to the defensive backfield.

    2020 College Stats

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    10 2
    26 Kwity PayeMichigan, Sr DL

    Cleveland is desperately searching for some edge rush assistance opposite Myles Garrett. If they add J.J. Watt in free agency, then edge rusher should not be ruled out but it makes it less pressing of a need.

    2020 College Stats

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    4
    27 Joe TryonWashington, Jr EDGE

    The bust potential for Joe Tryon seems small. He is a hard-working and active edge rusher. Baltimore is staring down a situation where it could lose Matt Judon and/or Yannick Ngakoue in the first round. The Ravens could save a lot of money by addressing the position in the draft.

    28 Kadarius ToneyFlorida, Sr WR

    New Orleans could save some cap space by parting ways with Emmanuel Sanders and filling his role through the draft. Kadarius Toney is a special teams demon and a speed merchant. He is more polished in his technique than he receives credit for.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 70 984 14.1 10
    29 Zaven CollinsTulsa, Jr LB

    Christian Kirksey was signed to help replace Blake Martinez, but Kirksey was recently released. Zaven Collins should stop the bleeding in Green Bay.

    2020 College Stats

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    8 4
    30 Jamin DavisKentucky, Jr LB

    Jamin Davis is a relatively late riser and his best football is still ahead of him. Matt Milano is looking for a payday and that could lead him out of Buffalo.

    31 Josh MyersOhio St., Jr OL

    From a talent-perspective, Alabama's Landon Dickerson is more prepared to step in and start at center for the Chiefs, but his injury history is a concern. Josh Myers is a quality consolation.

    32 Joseph OssaiTexas, Jr LB

    Can Tampa Bay afford to pay Chris Godwin, Shaq Barrett and Lavonte David considering all of the other top-dollar players on the roster? In the event that Barrett walks, Jason Licht responds with the addition of Joseph Ossai.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    9