2021 NFL Mock Drafts

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    The only question facing the Jets is if they'll win a game this season. As it stands, they're clear frontrunners to land Trevor Lawrence.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    6 1833 70.7 17 2
    2 Justin FieldsOhio St., Jr QB

    Same as last week and last month because the Jags hold the No. 2 overall pick, Justin Fields is the second-best player in this draft and Jacksonville desperately needs a QB.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    4 1208 79.6 13 3
    3 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr CB

    The Cowboys could take offensive tackle Penei Sewell here -- he's a top-5 player -- but they currently have La'el Collins and Tyron Smith. This may be a tad too high for Surtain but Dallas desperately needs help in the secondary.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    7 1
    4 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    Football Team needs a quarterback but with Lawrence and Fields off the board they take Sewell, who is a Day 1 starter.

    5 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph EDGE

    Rousseau opted out of the 2020 season but he racked up 15.5 sacks last season. For the Chargers, Melvin Ingram is 31 years old and in the final year of his current deal.

    6 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    Traded from: HOU

    Kamu Grugier-Hill and Elandon Roberts will be free agents next spring and Parsons has the type of freakish athleticism that we've come to expect in NFL linebackers -- Kenneth Murray, Patrick Queen, Devin White and Devin Bush just to name first-rounders from the last two drafts -- and he'll impact the Dolphins D from Day 1.

    7 Kwity PayeMichigan, Sr DL

    The Bengals have to upgrade their pass rush and while Joe Burrow would love Jaylen Waddle or Ja'Marr Chase here, this class is much deeper at wideout than edge rusher. Paye is freakishly athletic and he's just scratching the surface on his potential.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    3
    8 Caleb FarleyVirginia Tech, Jr CB

    The Giants pass defense ranks 28th, according to Football Outsiders and Caleb Farley, who opted out of the 2020 season, is a physical corner with legit ball skills.

    9 Zach WilsonBYU, Jr QB

    Teddy Bridgewater has been really good but if the Panthers don't consider him the long-term answer, they could draft his replacement with plans on letting Wilson take over the job in 2022.

    10 Mac JonesAlabama, Jr QB

    Jones reminds us a lot of Matt Ryan and if the Falcons and Ryan decide to part ways, Jones, who is having a breakout season, would make a lot of sense here.

    11 Trey LanceN. Dakota St. QB

    Vic Fangio says this is Drew Lock's team but Lock, the second-year QB, is coming off a four-interception performance and he's struggled for much of 2020. If Denver isn't sold on him, Lance would be a great Plan B.

    12 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, Jr WR

    The Vikings have needs on the other side of the ball too, but even with Justin Jefferson's emergence, Kirk Cousins misses Stefon Diggs. Waddle is the most athletic player in this entire draft class.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 25 557 22.3 4
    13 Rashawn SlaterNorthwestern, Sr OL

    Slater was dominant at left tackle during the 2019 season, and he played right tackle the two seasons before that. He also has the versatility to line up inside and, in fact, his future may be inside at guard.

    14 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola are all in the final year of their deals. And while the Lions will almost certainly keep Golladay, adding Chase makes too much sense not to happen.

    15 Kyle PittsFlorida, Jr TE

    The Patriots need a QB but five are already off the board. Instead, they recommit to the tight end position and take Pitts, who plays a lot like Darren Waller but may be a better athlete.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 24 414 17.3 8
    16 Christian BarmoreAlabama, Soph DL

    The Bears would also love to land a QB but they'll need to trade up to do it. In the meantime, they have Akiem Hicks and Eddie Goldman (who opted out before the season) under contract for multiple years but the defensive line could used depth. Barmore plays better each week for the Crimson Tide; he was a part-time player a year ago and has the type of potential that could see him work his way into the first-round conversation.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    5
    17 Joseph OssaiTexas, Jr LB

    Ossai has been dominant for the Longhorns and he'd provide Myles Garrett, one of the best pass rushers in the league, some much needed help on the other side.

    18 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    Corey Davis hasn't lived up to his first-round billing but AJ Brown has drastically outplayed his second-round status. The knock on Smith is that he's only 175 pounds but he's as tough as they come and he's been the best wideout on the Crimson Tide roster the last two years.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    7 65 903 13.9 10
    19 Tyson CampbellGeorgia, Jr CB

    For the second straight year the Eagles have been beset by injuries. They have needs on both sides of the ball but after Darius Slay there isn't a lot of depth at cornerback. Tyson Campbell is a high-upside CB with all the tools NFL teams look for in cornerbacks.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    7
    20 Wyatt DavisOhio St., Jr OL

    Traded from: SEA

    The Jets would love a skill-position player here for Trevor Lawrence but protecting the franchise is the more prudent move. Davis is the best interior lineman in this class and he'd immediately upgrade New York's O-line.

    21 Derion KendrickClemson, Jr CB

    Patrick Peterson, Dre Kirkpatrick and Johnathan Joseph are in the final year of their current deals, and Kendrick, who is still learning the position, has been a standout on the Tigers defense through the first half of the ACC calendar.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    6 1
    22 Rondale MoorePurdue, Soph WR

    Moore is an electric playmaker who is also a threat in the return game. As Tua gets more comfortable as the Dolphins starter it makes sense to surround him with players with game-changing talent.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    1 15 116 7.7 0
    23 Christian DarrisawVirginia Tech, Jr OL

    This is Darrisaw's first appearance in our mock draft but he's been impressive all season for the Hokies -- and most recently over the weekend against Miami edge rusher Quincy Roche. Anthony Castonzo still has two years left on his deal but there's not much depth behind him.

    24 Pat FreiermuthPenn St., Jr TE

    We've usually had the Ravens taking a center here, or even a wide receiver. And while we know Mark Andrews is a touchdown machine, why not get Lamar Jackson another athletic playmaking tight end? Instead of trying to force the narrative that Jackson can wing the ball all over the field, why not focus on what he does best, which includes short and intermediate routes to his tight ends?

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    4 23 310 13.5 1
    25 Alex LeatherwoodAlabama, Sr OL

    Traded from: LAR

    Cam Robinson is in the final year of his deal and Leatherwood, who returned for his senior season and has been solid, could slide into the starting role opposite right tackle and 2019 second-rounder Jawaan Taylor.

    26 Jayson OwehPenn St., Soph EDGE

    The Raiders have just 11 sacks on the season, which is tied for 2nd fewest in the league -- and Maxx Crosby is responsible for six of those sacks, the highest percentage of any player. Oweh is an athletic marvel who is only going to get better.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    5
    27 Jay TufeleUSC, Jr DL

    Injured Vita Vea will be back in 2021 but there won't be much depth behind him and adding an interior presence like Tufele will only make an already young and physical defense even more so.

    28 Jeremiah Owusu-KoramoahNotre Dame, Sr LB

    Owusu-Koramoah is listed as a linebacker but you can find him all over the field. He can come off the edge and has the athleticism, speed and change of direction to be an asset in coverage.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    8 1
    29 Rashod BatemanMinnesota, Jr WR

    Bateman isn't as athletic as Will Fuller (who is) but Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams can't do it alone. Bateman came into the 2020 season as one of the best pass catchers in college football and he would give Rodgers something the Packers QB didn't get in the 2020 draft: a wideout.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 36 487 13.5 2
    30 Dylan MosesAlabama, Sr LB

    Moses has been tentative at times this season as he recovers from an ACL injury that kept him on the sidelines for 2019. But when he returns to form he's one of the best defensive players in this class.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    6 1
    31 Kyle TraskFlorida, Sr QB

    Same as last week, and now that Drew Brees will be sidelined for at least a week with a rib injury, identifying the next in line for the job seems as important as ever. Trask, who has put up huge numbers this season, would be an intriguing option. He's relatively short on experience though you wouldn't know it to watch him, he gets rid of the ball quickly and accurately, and he rarely makes mistakes. We're guessing Sean Payton would welcome the chance to work with Trask in New Orleans.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    7 2554 70.7 31 3
    32 Jalen MayfieldMichigan, Jr OL

    Mayfield is an athletic tackle who needs to anchor better against pass rushers but who can dominate in the run game. He'd give the Steelers depth should they lose some of their offensive linemen to free agency in the spring.

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    The biggest question is now this -- will Lawrence leave Clemson if the Jets have the first overall pick? Contrary to popular opinion, I think he will.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    6 1833 70.7 17 2
    2 Justin FieldsOhio St., Jr QB

    There'll be a new head coach in Jacksonville in 2021, and he'll get to begin his coaching career with the uber-talented Justin Fields at quarterback.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    4 1208 79.6 13 3
    3 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    Joe Burrow has played well in his rookie season, and he has a fine complement of receiving options. Sewell would provide the security Burrow needs to win from the pocket, one that's been constantly collapsing during the quarterback's rookie year.

    4 Alijah Vera-TuckerUSC, Jr OL

    Going a little off the radar -- it's still early -- with Vera-Tucker, a former top recruit who thrived at guard in 2019 and has looked the part at left tackle for the Trojans in their first two games. Dan Feeney and Forrest Lamp are free agents in 2021 and the future of the left tackle spot is uncertain right now. Vera-Tucker's positional versatility plays a role in him going this high.

    5 Kwity PayeMichigan, Sr DL

    Von Miller can hit free agency in 2021 -- club option -- and will be coming off a serious injury after his worst professional season. Denver moves on from a franchise legend by drafting Paye to pair with Bradley Chubb up front.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    3
    6 Zach WilsonBYU, Jr QB

    Washington needs a jolt of offensive firepower, and Wilson is a tremendous playmaker with a quick release who sends rockets all over the field. He's an athletic quarterback too.

    7 Wyatt DavisOhio St., Jr OL

    Traded from: HOU

    The Dolphins have to strengthen the interior of their offensive line, and Davis is a people-moving mauler with a sturdy anchor.

    8 Trey LanceN. Dakota St. QB

    Can't get over this match. It's perfect. Lance sits for a season, and the Panthers can let Teddy Bridgewater walk after the 2021 campaign.

    9 Caleb FarleyVirginia Tech, Jr CB

    Farley has the twitch and size to go early in the first round, and the Falcons desperately need to reconstruct the secondary.

    10 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    While it's mostly been against lowly NFC East competition, Daniel Jones has probably done enough to earn one more season as the Giants quarterback before the club makes a long-term decision on him. Given Golden Tate's age, New York should pick a receiver to pair with Darius Slayton.

    11 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph EDGE

    How about a freak of nature on Dallas' defensive line to help the secondary via the pass rush? Rousseau had 15.5 sacks as a redshirt freshman and is a towering presence with serious athletic gifts.

    12 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr CB

    I can't quite figure out the Lions. Right when it looks like they're one of the worst teams in the NFL, they win a game. Either way, if Matt Patricia somehow manages to not get fired, he'll look for another man-to-man perimeter cornerback, and Surtain fits the mold.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    7 1
    13 Kyle TraskFlorida, Sr QB

    Kyle Shanahan might be smitten with Trask, who wins with smarts and accuracy over high-level quarterbacking traits.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    7 2554 70.7 31 3
    14 Kellen MondTexas A&M, Sr QB

    The Bears go the experienced prospect route with Mond, a former dual-threat recruit who's matured into one of the best pure pocket passers in college football.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    6 1468 64.3 16 2
    15 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    The Eagles are in need of an overhaul in many key areas, and Parsons will be the key cog in the defensive side of the rebuild. He's a supreme athlete who makes plays at all levels of the field.

    16 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    Smith before Jaylen Waddle? It could happen. And while Waddle would provide the Patriots the explosiveness the team needs, Smith would acclimate quicker to the intricacies of New England's offense because of his stellar route-running ability.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    7 65 903 13.9 10
    17 Carlos Basham Jr.Wake Forest, Sr EDGE

    Basham seems like a Mike Zimmer type -- long, powerful, and plays with a relentless motor. Minnesota needs more pass-rushing pop.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    6
    18 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, Jr WR

    Waddle lands with Tua in Miami, and suddenly the Dolphins are not fun to cover down the field given their varying areas of talent at the receiver spot.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 25 557 22.3 4
    19 Jayson OwehPenn St., Soph EDGE

    With Oweh and Garrett, the Browns would boast two dynamic athletes at the edge position for a long time.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    5
    20 Trey SmithTennessee, Sr OL

    Building for the future on the offensive line is a must for the Raiders. Smith can be inserted into either guard spot and maul in front of Josh Jacobs.

    21 Derion KendrickClemson, Jr CB

    The Titans have a good corner in Adoree' Jackson, he just needs a running mate on the other boundary. Kendrick can be that guy.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    6 1
    22 Rashawn SlaterNorthwestern, Sr OL

    This is the prudent decision for the Colts with Anthony Castonzo likely playing in his final season. Slater has positional versatility and locked down the left tackle position in 2019 for the Wildcats.

    23 Tyson CampbellGeorgia, Jr CB

    Campbell is a tall, highly athletic cornerback who'd thrive in Buffalo's zone-based scheme.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    7
    24 Joseph OssaiTexas, Jr LB

    Ossai has probably played his way into the first round this season as a pure edge rusher. The Cardinals need to get better on the outside of their front seven.

    25 Christian DarrisawVirginia Tech, Jr OL

    Traded from: LAR

    Darrisaw looks like the complete offensive tackle prospect, equipped with power and nimble footwork.

    26 Samuel CosmiTexas, Jr OL

    Traded from: SEA

    After a solid 2019, Cosmi simply needed to get stronger to dominate. And he's done that. He gets the task of protecting Lawrence for the Jets.

    27 Kyle PittsFlorida, Jr TE

    Another tight end for Lamar Jackson to pair with Mark Andrews in Baltimore. Expect plenty of heavy tight end packages in 2021 and beyond if Pitts is the pick.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 24 414 17.3 8
    28 Christian BarmoreAlabama, Soph DL

    I want to see Vita Vea next to a penetrating three technique next season. Barmore is that type.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    5
    29 Rashod BatemanMinnesota, Jr WR

    Bateman has a possession receiver body, but has deceptive YAC talent. He can become the reliable No. 2 in Green Bay's offense.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 36 487 13.5 2
    30 Asante Samuel Jr.Florida St., Jr CB

    Samuel and Minkah Fitzpatrick would create play after play in Pittsburgh's blitz-happy defense.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    8 3
    31 Rondale MoorePurdue, Soph WR

    With Jameis Winston set to start for a bit, let's go in a direction other than quarterback for the Saints. They have Deonte Harris, but why not add another speedy, YAC weapon to the offense?

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    1 15 116 7.7 0
    32 Jaycee HornSouth Carolina, Jr LB

    Bashaud Breeland is set to hit free agency, so the Chiefs will likely need another physical man-coverage specialist on the outside.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    7 2
  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    Joe Douglas will likely add a new head coach and franchise quarterback this offseason. If the Jets select Trevor Lawrence, where will Sam Darnold land?

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    6 1833 70.7 17 2
    2 Justin FieldsOhio St., Jr QB

    Jacksonville has a need at the quarterback position. The Jaguars have not had an identity since the AFC title run a few years back. The addition of Justin Fields will give them a face to the franchise and some hope to inspire their rebuild.

    2020 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    4 1208 79.6 13 3
    3 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    Cincinnati should run to the podium if Penei Sewell is still on the board. His selection would allow it to move Jonah Williams, and that elevates the talent level of the starting five.

    4 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    Mike Williams has one year left on his rookie contact. The Los Angeles offense has excelled when it has had a fast complementary piece to Keenan Allen. Without a true left tackle worthy of this selection, the Chargers find another way to help Justin Herbert.

    5 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    It will be interesting to see what happens with Von Miller this offseason. Nonetheless, Micah Parsons would be a great fit in that defense alongside another blue chip talent like Bradley Chubb. Cornerback could also be a position that they entertain early.

    6 Zach WilsonBYU, Jr QB

    Washington is not moving forward with Dwayne Haskins or Kyle Allen so it is imperative that they find that franchise quarterback. Zach Wilson, who is the best prospect on the board, offers great mobility and a strong arm.

    7 Kwity PayeMichigan, Sr DL

    Traded from: HOU

    Emmanuel Ogbah is not the dominant edge rusher that his numbers have suggested this season. Kwity Paye is closer to an elite edge rusher. The team does not have to move on from Ogbah quickly though, as there will be scenarios that both are on the field at the same time.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    3
    8 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr CB

    Carolina has invested a lot of assets into the defense but the cornerback position still needs to be addressed. The talent level at the bottom of the roster continues to rise as the Panthers add talent at each position.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    7 1
    9 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph EDGE

    Atlanta needs pass rush help, so Gregory Rousseau fits the bill. The team is in the market for a new head coach and that person will have an independent idea on what the team should do with a top-10 selection.

    10 Caleb FarleyVirginia Tech, Jr CB

    New York has James Bradberry playing at a high level but 27-year-old cornerbacks have not typically maintained that excellence. Best-case scenario, the team has two lockdown cornerbacks. Worst-case scenario, the Giants rely on Caleb Farley to lock down one side of the field.

    11 Kyle PittsFlorida, Jr TE

    Dak Prescott will almost certainly return next season. The offensive line is a concern, but Dallas has the chance to load up on offense and can turn its focus to the defense with later picks. Kyle Pitts is a mismatch nightmare.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 24 414 17.3 8
    12 Dylan MosesAlabama, Sr LB

    It is unknown whether Detroit will place faith in Matt Patricia for another season. If he returns, I could see the team placing an emphasis on improving up the middle of the defense. Dylan Moses is a player that carries high expectations and will not settle for less than anyone's best.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    6 1
    13 Trey LanceN. Dakota St. QB

    Kyle Shanahan has openly said that Jimmy Garoppolo will be the team's quarterback next season. What do you expect him to say? The Chargers were telling everyone that Tyrod Taylor was their quarterback weeks before the draft. Trey Lance has room to grow as a passer but his athleticism would allow Shanahan to be even more creative on offense. San Francisco has already added Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk, so they are moving toward an offense that features a lot of versatility.

    14 Wyatt DavisOhio St., Jr OL

    Chicago's offense is lackluster to say the least, and it has struggled along the interior offensive line. Wyatt Davis is not going to fix all of the Bears' issues but no single player would fix all of their issues. The Bears should build a foundation where they can insert a new quarterback when the timing is right.

    15 Jeremiah Owusu-KoramoahNotre Dame, Sr LB

    Jeremiah Owusu-Koromoah excels in coverage, while Nate Gerry has been caught in some uncomfortable positions downfield this season. Owusu-Koromoah is more adept at handling that role.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    8 1
    16 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, Jr WR

    It would not be a surprise to see New England take the next best quarterback or attempt to move up for the right to select one of the top players at the position. As the board falls, Bill Belichick adds Jaylen Waddle, who can be a deep threat for whichever quarterback winds up under center.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    5 25 557 22.3 4
    17 Christian DarrisawVirginia Tech, Jr OL

    Minnesota nearly allowed their starting left tackle to walk before the start of the 2020 regular season, and that is rarely a good sign. Cleveland did something similar the prior year with Greg Robinson and then allowed him to leave in the offseason. Christian Darrisaw is an ascending talent who is confident and controlled.

    18 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    Preston Williams might have been Tua Tagovailoa's favorite target in the limited sample size that has been seen with the two of them. Devante Parker has developed into a big-time player, but Miami may look to acquire a more reliable outlet at the position.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    7 65 903 13.9 10
    19 Jayson OwehPenn St., Soph EDGE

    The Browns could look to add a cornerback, but it also would not be a surprise to see them replace Odell Beckham Jr. with a cheaper prospect that is not coming off an injury. However, the leader in the clubhouse for biggest position of need is edge rusher. The Browns have made it clear that they are not satisfied with the play that they have received opposite Myles Garrett.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    5
    20 Christian BarmoreAlabama, Soph DL

    Las Vegas' interior offensive line has been sensational this season. There is no need to replace those players unless Mike Mayock wants to shed some salary cap space. With that in mind, they address the interior defensive line with the selection of Christian Barmore, who has not been as dominant as anticipated but knows how to use his hands and uses his strength to push the pocket.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    5
    21 Joseph OssaiTexas, Jr LB

    Tennessee needs a pass rush supplement; that is no secret. Joseph Ossai has switched roles for Texas this season and flourished. When he gets around the edge, he looks to strip the football.

    22 Derion KendrickClemson, Jr CB

    Caleb Farley and Patrick Surtain II have put themselves in a position to be the first two cornerbacks drafted but Derion Kendrick deserves more respect in this process. He is a gifted athlete that could become the latest Clemson cornerback to hear his name called early.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    6 1
    23 Chazz SurrattUNC, Sr LB

    Chazz Surratt is a smart, rangy player that could become the glue guy for that defense. Buffalo has struggled on that side of the ball relative to expectations so the hope is that Surratt rights the ship.

    24 Pat FreiermuthPenn St., Jr TE

    Pat Freiermuth is a more balanced tight end that can either seal the edge for Kyler Murray or leak out for a big play down the field. Murray's "break glass in case of emergency" tool has been his ability to escape the pocket, but Freiermuth would give him another outlet.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    4 23 310 13.5 1
    25 Tylan WallaceOklahoma St., Sr WR

    Traded from: LAR

    Jacksonville can not wait around for its wide receivers to become more consistent. The Jaguars already added a franchise quarterback in Justin Fields so the focus turns to surrounding him with talent.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    7 39 656 16.8 4
    26 Creed HumphreyOklahoma, Jr OL

    Traded from: SEA

    Trevor Lawrence is the franchise quarterback in New York. Joe Douglas believes in building great protection for his quarterback before worrying about other pieces to the puzzle. The Jets attempted to fill some of those holes last offseason with some veterans but it proved to be little more than a Band-Aid. Mekhi Becton is a top-10 left tackle in this league long-term so there is at least one piece to build around.

    27 Chris OlaveOhio St., Jr WR

    Chris Olave is a reliable wide receiver who can be trusted to be in the right place at all times. Lamar Jackson is not an elite passer so it is important to have pass catchers who know their role and understand expectations placed upon them.

    2020 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    4 26 389 15 4
    28 Dillon RadunzN. Dakota St., Sr OL

    Tristan Wirfs has been the most consistent rookie offensive tackle. The right side of Tampa Bay's offensive line has been locked up but the left side remains a concern. Tampa Bay could theoretically plan for a future without Ndamukong Suh and/or Jason Pierre-Paul as well.

    29 Nick BoltonMissouri, Jr LB

    Green Bay's defense has regressed this season and linebacker play is one reason for its struggles. Preston Smith has not made the type of impact that the organization had come to expect from him last season.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    6
    30 Rashawn SlaterNorthwestern, Sr OL

    Rashawn Slater may not have prototypical size but neither do New England's starting offensive tackles. If a lineman can play and hold up on the edge, then there is no reason to move him. Slater can hold up on the edge and become an immediate upgrade at right tackle.

    31 Tyson CampbellGeorgia, Jr CB

    Eli Apple was obviously not the answer at cornerback for New Orleans. Janoris Jenkins is not a long-term fit either. The Saints went all in this season so the treasure trove of assets is a bit bare. They will have to shed some salary cap space this offseason so it would not be a surprise to see them exchange a high-priced veteran for a younger talent on a rookie contract.

    2020 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    7
    32 Alijah Vera-TuckerUSC, Jr OL

    Alijah Vera-Tucker made the decision to play this season after initially considering an opt-out. He has been playing left tackle for the Trojans but his future will likely carry him inside. Kansas City needs to improve their interior offensive line and Vera-Tucker would go a long way in accomplishing that task.

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