2021 NFL Draft live tracker: Picks by team, grades, analysis, selections and more

The 2021 NFL Draft has concluded but the fun has just begun. There were some players that surprisingly went undrafted and now those prospects are free to sign with any team. The recruiting has begun and NFL teams are looking to fill out their rosters. NFL Media's Tom Pelissero reported that the Browns won a bidding war for Florida State defensive tackle Marvin Wilson. 

You can find grades for the seventh round and links to the other six rounds here.

The full 2021 NFL Draft tracker can be found here. Follow along for more of our 2021 NFL Draft coverage in the days to come!

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That will wrap up our coverage of the 2021 NFL Draft. Thank you to everyone for following along!

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Trapasso gave the Grant Stuard pick a 'C+.'

"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."

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Undrafted free agency has already begun.

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Grant Stuard, LB, Houston (#0)
6-foot-1, 225

*Originally from Conroe, Texas.

2017: 2 tackles
2018: 30 tackles 2019: 97 tackles, 1 sack, 4 PD 2020: 61 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FR

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With the final pick, Mr. Irrelevant, No. 259 overall, the Buccaneers have selected Houston linebacker Grant Stuard.

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Trapasso gave the Dax Milne pick an 'A-.'

"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."

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Trapasso gave the Jermar Jefferson pick a 'B+.'

"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."

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Mr. Irrelevant now on deck. Tampa Bay is making the pick.

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Dax Milne, WR, BYU* (#5)
6-foot, 195

*Originally from South Jordan, Utah.

2018: 10 receptions for 69 yards, 1 TD; 9 carries for 23 yards
2019: 21 receptions for 285 yards, 2 TD; 4 carries for 16 yards 2020: 70 receptions for 1,188 yards, 8 TD; 11 carries for 67 yards

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With the No. 258 overall selection, Washington has selected BYU wide receiver Dax Milne.

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Trapasso gave the Kylin Hill pick an 'A-.'

"I don't know if Packers need another RB, but Hill has serious ability. Bouncy, authoritative type who flashed quality hands down the field."

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Trapasso gave the Kawaan Baker pick a 'C+.'

"Big pro day got him on the draft radar. Elusiveness and speed are good. Route running chops need work."

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Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon State* (#6)
5-foot-10, 217 Age: 21.04

*Originally from Harbor City, California.

2018: 239 carries for 1,380 yards, 12 TD; 25 receptions for 147 yards
2019: 142 carries for 685 yards, 8 TD; 9 receptions for 85 yards 2020: 133 carries for 858 yards, 7 TD; 9 receptions for 67 yards

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With the No. 257 overall selection, the Lions took Oregon State running back Jermar Jefferson.

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Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi State* (#8)
5-foot-11, 215

*Originally from Columbus, Mississippi.

2017: 78 carries for 393 yards, 2 TDs; 4 receptions for 38 yards
2018: 117 carries for 734 yards, 4 TDs; 22 receptions for 176 yards, 4 TDs 2019: 242 carries for 1,350 yards, 10 TDs; 18 receptions for 180 yards, 1 TD 2020: 15 carries for 58 yards; 23 receptions for 237 yards, 1 TD

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Trapasso gave the Chris Wilcox pick a 'C.'

"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."

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Trapasso gave the Pressley Harvin III pick a 'C-.'

"Ray Guy winner in 2020. Squatty, big punter with a huge leg."

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Kawaan Baker, WR, South Alabama (#15)
6-foot-1, 215

*Originally from Atlanta, Georgia.

2017: 7 receptions for 102 yards, 1 TD
2018: 33 receptions for 494 yards, 4 TD; 59 carries for 251 yards, 9 TD 2019: 35 receptions for 574 yards, 3 TD; 20 carries for 83 yards, 2 TD 2020: 51 receptions for 659 yards, 8 TD; 13 carries for 42 yards

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With the No. 256 overall selection, the Packers took Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill.

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With the No. 255 overall selection, the Saints took South Alabama wide receiver Kawaan Baker.

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Trapasso gave the Marquiss Spencer pick a 'C.'

"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."

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Trapasso gave the Chris Garrett pick a 'C+.'

"Developmental outside speed rusher who lacks the flexibility to flatten to the QB."

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Trapasso gave the Khyiris Tonga pick a 'B-.'

"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."

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Trapasso gave the Ben Skowronek pick a 'C+.'

"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."

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Marquiss Spencer, EDGE, Mississippi State (#42)
6-foot-4, 300

*Originally from Greenwood, Mississippi.

2016: 17 tackles, 1 sack
2017: 19 tackles, 1 sack, 2 PD 2018: 3 tackles 2019: 37 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 FF, 1 PD 2020: 32 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 FF, 1 INT

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With the No. 255 overall selection, the Steelers picked Georgia Tech punter Pressley Harvin III.

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With the No. 254 overall selection, the Broncos selected Mississippi State edge rusher Marquiss Spencer.

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With the No. 252 overall selection, the Rams chose Concordia St. Paul linebacker Chris Garrett.

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Chris Wilcox, CB, BYU (#32)
6-foot-2, 195

*Originally from Fontana, California.

2016: 9 tackles
2017: 32 tackles, 5 PD 2018: 27 tackles, 2 PD 2019: 1 tackle 2020: 18 tackles, 1 PD

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Ben Skowronek, WR, Notre Dame (#11)
6-foot-3, 224

*Originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Transferred from Northwestern after the 2019 season.

2016: 8 receptions for 70 yards
2017: 45 receptions for 644 yards, 5 TD 2018: 45 receptions for 562 yards, 3 TD 2019: 12 receptions for 141 yards 2020: 29 receptions for 439 yards, 5 TD; 2 carries for 17 yards, 1 TD

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