The 2021 NFL Draft has concluded. All 259 picks have been made and the countdown to Las Vegas in 2022 begins. Want to know what I think of every pick made in the seventh round of the 2021 NFL Draft plus all the other rounds? I graded all the Round 7 picks below. You can keep track of all the picks for the entire draft and my grades in our draft tracker.
229. Colts, Mike Strachan, WR, Charleston
Colts love rolling the dice on big-time athletes from the small-school level. This is their next project. Strachan tested amazing and is a big target. Will have to improve beating press and working through contact in the NFL. Catch radius and speed.
230. Raiders, Jimmy Morrissey, OL, Pitt
Ultra-experienced pivot with great mental capacity on the field. Finds assignments and executes. Just won't be a punisher at the next level and isn't long. Game predicted on positioning and short-area burst.
231. Dolphins, Larnel Coleman, OL, UMass
A Josh Edwards favorite. Long small-school sleeper who needs to add more mass, play lower, and be more consistent with his hands but keeps his feet moving upon making contact and is a good athlete.
232. Panthers, Phil Hoskins, DT, Kentucky
Skilled rusher who's just tapping into how good he can be. Hand work and spin move can be impressive albeit inconsistent. Minimal power to his game. Worth a late-round flier.
233. Rams, Jake Funk, RB, Maryland
Another athletic specimen from Maryland. Bunch of injuries in college and his game is purely predicated on breakaway speed. Not an elusive type.
234. Eagles, Patrick Johnson, EDGE, Tulane
Non-stop motor edge rusher with active but not efficient hands. Some bend to his game but not to the level his pro day indicated. Will overachieve at the NFL level.
235. Bengals, Wyatt Hubert, EDGE, Kansas St.
Hair-on-fire rusher around the corner who flashes elite dip to the quarterback and uses his hands decently well. Good burst. Just not super consistent.
236. Bills, Jack Anderson, OL, Texas Tech
High upside guard because of his battling mentality and quality athletic traits. Needs to dial down his overaggressive nature blocking for run and pass. It'll help him be more balanced.
237. Broncos, Kary Vincent Jr., CB, LSU
To me, the best pure slot cornerback in the class. Smooth and explosive out of his breaks and routinely plays the football aggressively in the air. Opted out in 2020 but was a playmaker in 2019.
238. Cowboys, Matt Farniok, G, Nebraska
Positional flexibility is likely what got him drafted. Run-game work is solid. Pass protection -- especially his balance -- needs work.
239. Broncos, Jonathon Cooper, EDGE, Ohio St.
Active, decently bendy EDGE with pop in his hands and good closing speed to the QB. Jack of all trades, master of none.
240. Washington, William Bradley-King, EDGE, Baylor
Rush linebacker who showed an ascending pass-rush toolbox. Has counters in his arsenal. Smaller but longer arms. Worth a pick this late.
241. Chargers, Mark Webb, S, Georgia
Long, chiseled, match-up man coverage safety who tested well. Wasn't a full-time player at Georgia but has the traits to be a better pro than he was in college.
242. Patriots, Tre Nixon, WR, UCF
Productive season at UCF and tested like a big-time athlete. Didn't see that type of movement on the field. Quick feet but has CBs glued to him more than they should. Serious downfield speed.
243. Cardinals, James Wiggins, S, Cincinnati
Battled back from multiple knee injuries and is an electric mover and hitter when healthy. Older prospect who has starter upside down the road.
244. Dolphins, Gerrid Doaks, RB, Cincinnati
Masher with lighter feet than expected. Good pass catcher too. Linebackers don't want to see him in the hole. Will routinely fall forward to get extra yards.
245. Steelers, Tre Norwood, CB, Oklahoma
Not the twitchiest defensive back, but wins with instincts and had good ball production late in his Oklahoma career. Safety/cornerback versatility.
246. Washington, Shaka Toney, EDGE, Penn State
Another athletic specimen from Penn State. Thin frame for an EDGE and has major explosion off the snap. The bend is lacking. Hands are good. More horses up front for the Football Team.
247. Cardinals, Michal Menet, C, Penn State
Experienced center who's limited physically but moves well and finds work in pass protection. Must get more sand in his pants.
248. Colts, Will Fries, OL, Penn State
Experience and legitimately versatile. Played everywhere up front. Good length, short-area quickness and accuracy when getting to the second level. Not a people mover but deceptively powerful and balanced. Great pick.
249. Rams, Ben Skowronek, WR, Notre Dame
Tall, big-play specialist who has a big catch radius but isn't a separator. Route running skill is better than his suddenness and overall speed.
250. Bears, Khyiris Tonga, DL, BYU
Another athletic nose tackle. Rushes are high but powerful enough to displace interior blockers on a relatively routine basis. Just slower footed and doesn't have a reliable pass-rush move arsenal.
251. Buccaneers, Chris Wilcox, CB, BYU
Athletic flier who wasn't a major producer at BYU but has the body type and twitch to become a better pro in Tampa learning from the established playmakers in that secondary.
252. Rams, Chris Garrett, EDGE, Concordia
Developmental outside speed rusher who lacks the flexibility to flatten to the QB.
253. Broncos, Marquiss Spencer, EDGE, Mississippi St.
Big, oversized EDGE who probably needs to play DT in the NFL. Natural power pops on film. So does his lack of balance. Easily dislodged from his rush and hand work is lacking.
254. Steelers, Pressley Harvin III, P, Georgia Tech
Ray Guy winner in 2020. Squatty, big punter with a huge leg.
255. Saints, Kawaan Baker, WR, South Alabama
Big pro day got him on the draft radar. Elusiveness and speed are good. Route running chops need work.
256. Packers, Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi St.
I don't know if Packers need another RB, but Hill has serious ability. Bouncy, authoritative type who flashed quality hands down the field.
257. Lions, Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon St.
Best season was freshman year in 2018. Vision for stretch plays is outstanding. Not a make-you-miss type nor is he fast, but Jefferson wins by reading blocks awesomely.
258. Washington, Dax Milne, WR, BYU
Zach Wilson's favorite target gets selected. The Hunter Renfrow of this class. Smaller, but gets open and catches everything. Actually has some downfield juice. Overachiever.
259. Buccaneers, Grant Stuard, LB, Houston
Small, squatty, hyperactive LB who's impressive between the tackles because of his twitched up nature. Stiffness in hips hurts him in coverage. But the hustle will help him in the NFL.