2021 NFL Mock Drafts

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    The Jaguars traded Nick Foles this offseason, and the only quarterback they added in the 2020 NFL Draft is Jake Luton. Even if Gardner Minshew has a good season, it will be almost impossible to pass on Trevor Lawrence.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    15 3665 65.8 36 8
    2 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    A.J. Green has one more year left on his deal, and even though the Bengals took Tee Higgins at the top of Round 2, Ja'Marr Chase would have been the No. 1 wide receiver off the board in 2020 if he had been eligible.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 84 1780 21.2 20
    3 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    Trent Williams has been traded, and the Redskins hope third-rounder Saahdiq Charles can become a starter, but Sewell was one of the best linemen in the country last season as a sophomore.

    4 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph DL

    Rousseau is coming off a 15.5-sack performance as a redshirt freshman, and if he continues to grow as a pass rusher he'll find himself in the first-round conversation for the next 12 months.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 54 15.5 0
    5 Justin FieldsOhio St., Jr QB

    Fields transferred from Georgia and didn't miss a beat following Dwayne Haskins at Ohio State. He heads into 2020 as one of the best prospects in the country and would make sense for the Panthers, even with Teddy Bridgewater on the roster through 2022.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 3273 67.2 41 3
    6 Justyn RossClemson, Jr WR

    Ross was arguably the best receiver on his team last season, even though he played alongside Tee Higgins. The Giants continue to build around Daniel Jones by adding another downfield threat.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 66 865 13.1 8
    7 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    Smith considered entering the 2020 NFL Draft but opted to return to Alabama. If recent history is any guide, he'll follow Henry Ruggs and Jerry Jeudy as a first-round pick. The Jets landed Denzel Mims in the 2020 draft but there's room on the depth chart for another big-play threat.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 68 1256 18.5 14
    8 Jamie NewmanWake Forest, Sr QB

    Newman transferred from Wake Forest to Georgia and he'll enter next season on everyone's first-round radar. Added bonus: Las Vegas added three WRs in the draft.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    12 2868 60.9 26 11
    9 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    The Falcons took Fresno State's Mykal Walker in the fourth round of the 2020 draft but Parsons has a chance to be special -- and Atlanta's defense still has plenty of room for improvement.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 109 5 0
    10 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr DL

    The Lions selected Jeff Okudah third overall but the defensive overhaul continues with Surtain, who was one of the best players on Alabama's defense as a sophomore.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    12 42 0 2
    11 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, Jr WR

    The Dolphins got Tua in 2020 so why not give him one of his former teammates? By the way, Waddle might be faster than Henry Ruggs.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 33 560 17 6
    12 Paulson AdeboStanford, Sr CB

    Adebo didn't have a strong 2019 campaign and returned to school. If he can bounce back in 2020, he'll find himself again in the first-round conversation.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    9 33 0 4
    13 Marvin WilsonFlorida St., Sr DL

    Wilson would've been in the first-round conversation had he entered the 2020 NFL Draft. He suffered a hand injury in early November that cut short his season, but he'll be ready to go in 2021.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    9 44 5 0
    14 Brock PurdyIowa St., Jr QB

    This is Mitchell Trubisky's make-or-break year, and if it's the latter, the Bears will be in the market for their next franchise QB.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    13 3982 65.7 27 9
    15 Walker LittleStanford, Sr OL

    Little was one of the top offensive linemen heading into 2020, but a September knee injury derailed the season before it even got started.

    16 Samuel CosmiTexas, Jr OL

    Cosmi had a solid season for the Longhorns and Garett Bolles could be entering the final year of his rookie deal should the Broncos choose not to pick up his fifth-year option.

    17 Rondale MoorePurdue, Soph WR

    Moore only played in four games last season because of a hamstring injury but he's poised for a breakout campaign. In related news: The Packers didn't take a wide receiver in the 2020 draft -- not a single one, despite it being the deepest WR draft in human history. Hopefully Moore changes their approach next year.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    4 29 387 13.3 2
    18 Rashod BatemanMinnesota, Jr WR

    Bateman was the best WR on the Gophers last season, and he played alongside Tyler Johnson. The Titans could be looking for another outside threat with Corey Davis nearing the end of his rookie deal.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 60 1219 20.3 11
    19 Pat FreiermuthPenn St., Jr TE

    Freiermuth may have been the top TE in the '20 draft class, but he returned to Penn State for one more season. With Hunter Henry playing on the franchise tag, he could be Justin Herbert's new favorite weapon.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 43 507 11.8 7
    20 Alex LeatherwoodAlabama, Sr OL

    Leatherwood and Jedrick Wills were the tackles at Alabama last season, and while Leatherwood isn't the player Wills is, he's still a solid player who can contribute in Year 1.

    21 Carlos Basham Jr.Wake Forest, Sr EDGE

    Basham flashed at Wake Forest last season, and if he continues to progress he'll be a Day 1 prospect.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 57 11 0
    22 Liam EichenbergNotre Dame, Sr OL

    Anthony Castonzo just signed a two-year deal, and Eichenberg would be a natural replacement.

    23 Richard LeCounteGeorgia, Sr LB

    LeCounte plays deep centerfield but can also play closer to the line of scrimmage where he can cover RBs and TEs. The Bucs' defense continues to get younger, faster and more physical.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    14 61 0 4
    24 Jalen MayfieldMichigan, Soph OL

    Mayfield held his own against Chase Young last season and, well, that counts for something. And if the Eagles still aren't sold on Andre Dillard, they could be in the OT business next year.

    25 Xavier ThomasMichigan, Jr DE

    The Steelers took Alex Highsmith in Round 3 of the '20 draft, but even if Bud Dupree and TJ Watt land long-term deals, Pittsburgh will need depth at the position.

    26 Josh JobeAlabama, Jr CB

    The Vikings selected two good cornerbacks on the first two days of the 2020 draft, and Jobe would add more depth to a secondary that lost three contributors after the '19 season.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    10 28 0 1
    27 Trey SmithTennessee, Sr OL

    Jon Feliciano is entering the final year of his contract and Smith, who has also played tackle, is a beast on the interior.

    28 Hamsah NasirildeenFlorida St., Sr S

    Nasirlideen's season ended with a knee injury, but he is a physical playmaker who flies all over the field.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    11 101 1 2
    29 Dylan MosesAlabama, Jr LB

    Moses suffered an ACL injury last August but he's a first-round talent -- the latest in a never-ending stream of first-rounders to come out of Tuscaloosa.

    30 Jay TufeleUSC, Jr DL

    The Ravens have few (any?) needs, but Tufele can play inside out outside on the defenisve line and would be one more chess piece in Wink Martindale's defense.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 42 4.5 0
    31 Shaun WadeOhio St., Jr CB

    It was something of a surprise when Wade returned to school, but he can be a dominant playmaker from the slot.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    11 25 2 1
    32 Creed HumphreyOklahoma, Jr OL

    The Chiefs didn't land a center in the 2020 draft, and Austin Reiter is in the final year of his deal. Humphrey was Jalen Hurts' center in 2019, and Kyler Murray's the season before that.

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    This is a layup. Gardner Minshew is fun but not a long-term franchise quarterback. And unless the Jaguars drastically overachieve in 2020, there will likely be a new head coach and general manager in Jacksonville in 2021, both of whom will be eager to land someone as talented as Lawrence.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    15 3665 65.8 36 8
    2 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    Sewell will enter the 2020 college football season as the most hyped offensive tackle prospect in a very long time. Size, athleticism, balance, power. He has it all. It'll make sense for the Bengals to build around Joe Burrow.

    3 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    With Sewell gone, the Redskins get more firepower on the outside for Dwayne Haskins. This, too, is the prime landing spot for Justin Fields if Haskins flops in Year 2.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 84 1780 21.2 20
    4 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph DL

    Rousseau was super-productive as a redshirt freshman with nearly 16 sacks. He has to fill out his tall frame but has freaky athletic gifts and would provide Miami a true alpha rusher on the edge.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 54 15.5 0
    5 Justin FieldsOhio St., Jr QB

    Even with Teddy Bridgewater in Carolina, this is basically a no-brainer. Fields is a big-time talent bound for another monstrous season at Ohio State.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 3273 67.2 41 3
    6 Rashod BatemanMinnesota, Jr WR

    Bateman is a DUDE. Big, fast, quick, high-point dominance, run-after-the-catch brilliance. Perfect addition to the G-Men receiver room.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 60 1219 20.3 11
    7 Quincy RocheMiami (Fla.), Sr DE

    Roche transferred to Miami, and although he's smaller than Rousseau, he's incredibly dynamic around the edge.

    8 Jamie NewmanWake Forest, Sr QB

    Newman is set up wonderfully to blossom at Georgia, and he has an early first round skill set with fantastic size and athleticism.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    12 2868 60.9 26 11
    9 Patrick Jones IIPittsburgh, Sr DL

    After declining Takk McKinley's fifth-year option, the Falcons are likely to be in the edge-rusher market in next year's draft. Jones has steadily increased his production in his first three seasons at Pittsburgh.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    12 43 8.5 0
    10 Shaun WadeOhio St., Jr CB

    Another Ohio State defensive back inside the top 10? What else is new? Fun pairing with Jeffrey Okudah for Matt Patricia.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    11 25 2 1
    11 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, Jr WR

    At times in 2020, Waddle looked like the best, most electric receiver at Alabama. His yards-after-the-catch talent is through the roof. Easy decision to give Tua one of his favorite targets.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 33 560 17 6
    12 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr DL

    Surtain his big, athletic, has NFL bloodlines and emerged in 2019 at Alabama. He's primed to go very early in 2021, and the Cardinals need more defensive back help.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    12 42 0 2
    13 Justyn RossClemson, Jr WR

    With Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry getting close to 30 -- by 2021 -- the Browns could dip back into the receiver well with Ross, who burst onto the scene as a freshman in 2018 at Clemson.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 66 865 13.1 8
    14 Samuel CosmiTexas, Jr OL

    Quarterback is the easy decision here, but instead, the Bears ride out either Mitchell Trubisky (after a new deal) or Nick Foles for one more season and grab an athletic, fundamentally sound tackle in Cosmi, who represents better value than any quarterback available.

    15 Alaric JacksonIowa, Sr OL

    Jackson is next in a long line of Iowa tackles who enter the NFL after being highly regarded as a prospect. While his balance could improve, he's massive, ultra-strong, and moves well for his size.

    16 Richard LeCounteGeorgia, Sr LB

    This could be an offensive tackle, but let's go against the grain slightly, assuming John Elway either signs or trades for a tackle next offseason. LeCounte will head into the 2020 college football season as the premier safety prospect.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    14 61 0 4
    17 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    Oh, hey! An offensive skill-position player in Round 1 for the Packers! Smith is lanky but has veteran route-running savvy and deceptively fast after the catch.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 68 1256 18.5 14
    18 Rondale MoorePurdue, Soph WR

    Moore has legitimate Tyreek Hill type athleticism and play-making creation in solidly built compact frame.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    4 29 387 13.3 2
    19 Kyle PittsFlorida, Jr TE

    Pitts and Pat Freiermuth from Penn State will likely battle for TE1 status in next year's draft class. Both fit the mold of the modern-day tight end/receiver hybrid and have big frames.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 54 649 12 5
    20 Walker LittleStanford, Sr OL

    Little was on track to be a first-round pick before injury hit in 2019. He has typical Stanford size and power.

    21 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    How about a new alpha linebacker in Bill Belichick's defense. Parsons is a lot like Dont'a Hightower, and he's probably more athletic overall.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 109 5 0
    22 Carlos Basham Jr.Wake Forest, Sr EDGE

    The Colts need more juice around the corner on their defensive line. Basham moves amazingly for a big, thick edge rusher.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 57 11 0
    23 Marvin WilsonFlorida St., Sr DL

    Vita Vea blossomed in Year 2 after an injury-riddled rookie season. By 2021, he'll likely need a running mate on the interior. Wilson got hurt at Florida State last year yet flashed awesome pass-rush ability because of his burst and hand work.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    9 44 5 0
    24 Jevon HollandOregon, Jr S

    The Eagles need to address the edge spot, yet without a premier player at that position, Philly goes with Holland, who's looked like a future first-round pick since he stepped on the field in Eugene. He does everything.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    14 66 0 4
    25 Trey SmithTennessee, Sr OL

    The Steelers offensive line is good, but it wouldn't hurt to inject some youth along the interior. Smith has been on the draft radar for years because of how athletic and powerful he proved to be at such a young age in the SEC.

    26 Jaylen TwymanPittsburgh, Jr DL

    How about a one-gap interior penetrator in Minnesota. Perfect. Twyman has a plethora of pass-rushing moves and plays with noticeable power at the point of attack.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 41 10.5 0
    27 Rashawn SlaterNorthwestern, Sr OL

    By 2021, it won't be shocking if the Bills decide to move Cody Ford to guard, meaning there'll be a need at right tackle. Slater was a steady pass blocker at offensive tackle last season for the Wildcats.

    28 Pat FreiermuthPenn St., Jr TE

    Freiermuth runs like a gazelle in the open field and has enough twitch to create separation. More weapons for Dak Prescott.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 43 507 11.8 7
    29 Hamsah NasirildeenFlorida St., Sr S

    Nasirlideen is the next safety/linebacker hybrid with supreme athletic gifts.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    11 101 1 2
    30 Andre CiscoSyracuse, Jr CB

    All Cisco has done in his first two seasons at Syracuse is intercept 12 passes. Learning for a year or two from Earl Thomas would be amazing for this talented ball hawk.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    9 65 0 5
    31 Travis EtienneClemson, Sr RB

    Sure, Kyle Shanahan can scheme running back production. But why not give him a supreme talent at the position? Couldn't hurt, right?

    2019 College Stats

    GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
    15 207 1614 7.8 19
    32 Creed HumphreyOklahoma, Jr OL

    This is likely to be a major need for the Chiefs in 2021, and Humphrey looked the part even as a freshman in 2018.

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Trevor LawrenceClemson, Jr QB

    Lawrence has been regarded as a can't-miss prospect for quite some time. Despite being outshined by Joe Burrow in the national championship game, Lawrence has a really bright future in the NFL.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    15 3665 65.8 36 8
    2 Penei SewellOregon, Jr OL

    Sewell is too good of a prospect to bypass. By adding the Oregon product, the Bengals can move Jonah Williams to the right side or slide him inside. The protection of Joe Burrow is of the utmost importance.

    3 Ja'Marr ChaseLSU, Jr WR

    Washington adds some firepower to the offense. Chase might have been the first receiver off the board this year if he had been eligible. Dwayne Haskins gets another outlet to pair with Terry McLaurin.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 84 1780 21.2 20
    4 Micah ParsonsPenn St., Jr LB

    Parsons is an active, athletic linebacker. Miami tends to prefer more physical linebackers but that is not necessary in today's NFL. They become much more versatile with Parsons alongside Jerome Baker.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 109 5 0
    5 Gregory RousseauMiami (Fla.), Soph DL

    The Giants finally get some pass rush help a few years after missing on Josh Allen. Rousseau quietly had one of the most impressive seasons of any pass rusher last season. His opportunities will be maximized in 2020 with Jaelan Phillips and Quincy Roche occupying blockers.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 54 15.5 0
    6 Shaun WadeOhio St., Jr CB

    New York moved on from Trumaine Johnson this offseason. It has tried to apply a bandage, but it will not last long. Wade gives them some ability on the next level for the future.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    11 25 2 1
    7 Justin FieldsOhio St., Jr QB

    Carolina signed Teddy Bridgewater but it is difficult to believe that it might be a long-term fix. NFL teams have largely been unwilling to give him a starter's role. Fields is a special talent who will likely be taken earlier by a team willing to trade up.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 3273 67.2 41 3
    8 Jevon HollandOregon, Jr S

    The Ducks had several intriguing defenders last year, but it was tough to focus on them with Holland making plays left and right in the secondary. He could be the elite safety option that the draft has been lacking in recent years.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    14 66 0 4
    9 DeVonta SmithAlabama, Sr WR

    Smith was overshadowed a bit by Alabama's first-round receivers. With a larger platform this season, there will be no denying his talent. Smith should cement himself as a first-round talent.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 68 1256 18.5 14
    10 Marvin WilsonFlorida St., Sr DL

    Arizona added Isaiah Simmons in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. It can do him a favor by adding an explosive nose tackle to occupy blockers. The Cardinals would become stronger up the middle of their defense.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    9 44 5 0
    11 Patrick Surtain IIAlabama, Jr DL

    Atlanta parted ways with Desmond Trufant before drafting A.J. Terrell, but it could use another confident cornerback in that secondary. The defense could use more edge rush help, but it is not a strong draft class in that regard.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    12 42 0 2
    12 Trey SmithTennessee, Sr OL

    Smith is an athletic, aggressive lineman who can take over for Gabe Jackson. Jon Gruden finally gets a chance to coach a Volunteer.

    13 Walker LittleStanford, Sr OL

    Bryan Bulaga had primarily played on the right side in Green Bay. Los Angeles brought him in to play left tackle, but it would make more sense to find a long-term replacement there. Little is an athletic player with great size.

    14 Eric StokesGeorgia, Jr CB

    Indianapolis drafted Rock Ya-Sin in Round 2 a few years ago and signed Xavier Rhodes this offseason. Rhodes, who Minnesota parted with this offseason, is likely not the solution for the Colts.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    13 38 1 0
    15 Christian BarmoreGeorgia, Soph DL

    Barmore's reps have been limited, considering Alabama is stacked along the defensive line annually. New England adds a strong, dynamic player on the edge.

    16 Trey LanceN. Dakota St. QB

    There is an old saying that if you have two quarterbacks, you really have none. It is a generalization most years but it truthfully applies to Chicago. The idea of Mitchell Trubisky or Nick Foles being the future at the position is unfathomable. Lance needs to improve pre-snap and become a pocket passer first, but he has a lot of ability.

    17 Jaylen WaddleAlabama, Jr WR

    Green Bay loves wide receivers, right? The backlash of passing on a wide receiver in favor of a quarterback has been significant. The Packers could crumble under the peer pressure next year.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 33 560 17 6
    18 Kyle PittsFlorida, Jr TE

    Jacksonville has an affinity for the University of Florida: Jawaan Taylor, Taven Bryan and now C.J. Henderson. Pitts has great body control down the field and will be an ideal option for Trevor Lawrence.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 54 649 12 5
    19 Dylan MosesAlabama, Jr LB

    Cleveland did a great job of filling its roster with viable candidates at each position. However, there are still positions in need of an upgrade. Linebacker is one. Moses is a bit of an unknown coming off an injury, but if he bounces back at a high level, he warrants first-round consideration.

    20 Creed HumphreyOklahoma, Jr OL

    Humphrey has played center for the Sooners, but he does not necessarily have to play there immediately in Nashville. The team has a need at guard, but a move back to center could be the end goal.

    21 Rashawn SlaterNorthwestern, Sr OL

    Garrett Bolles has been a bulk penalty producer on the left side. Denver needs to make plans for his replacement. Bolles could ultimately move to the right side or inside, but it seems pretty straight forward that he cannot be trusted on the left side.

    22 Nick BoltonMissouri, Jr LB

    Bolton needs some refinement, but he is a high-energy linebacker. By traditional standards he is undersized, but there is no overlooking his impact on the game.

    2019 College Stats

    GP TKL SACKS INT
    12 107 1 2
    23 Travis EtienneClemson, Sr RB

    Ke'Shawn Vaughn is unlikely the answer in Tampa. Etienne is in the pole position to be the top running back prospect. The Buccaneers continue to supply skill talent around Tom Brady.

    2019 College Stats

    GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
    15 207 1614 7.8 19
    24 Wyatt DavisOhio St., Jr OL

    Minnesota fortifies its interior offensive line with the Ohio State product. Davis could have been a first-round selection in the 2020 NFL Draft, had he entered.

    25 Jamie NewmanWake Forest, Sr QB

    Ben Roethlisberger missed the season with an injury. The 38-year-old must be nearing the end of his career, so Pittsburgh needs to consider an alternative. Newman transferred from Wake Forest to Georgia, which should create some exposure.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    12 2868 60.9 26 11
    26 Tyler LinderbaumIowa, Soph OL

    Linderbaum does a great job with his combo blocks and getting to the second level. He could leapfrog Humphrey as the draft's top center prospect.

    27 Rondale MoorePurdue, Soph WR

    It would be the second consecutive year that Buffalo has used a first-round pick on a WR after trading for Stefon Diggs. John Brown may not be around long. Moore offers some strength at the position and is dynamic after the catch. His production against Ohio State two years ago was one of the more impressive individual performances in recent years.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    4 29 387 13.3 2
    28 Tylan WallaceOklahoma St., Sr WR

    It would also be the second consecutive year that Philadelphia has used a first round pick on a wide receiver. The overhaul is likely to continue with Alshon Jeffery, so Wallace gives the Eagles a dynamic downfield threat.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    9 53 903 17 8
    29 Jaycee HornOklahoma St., Jr LB

    Joe Horn's son comes home to play for the Saints? It is a story straight out of NFL folklore. New York finally parted with Janoris Jenkins. There is no reason to believe that the Giants' cast-off is the answer for the Saints.

    30 Justyn RossClemson, Jr WR

    Baltimore adds another offensive piece for Lamar Jackson. Teams in the NFL need three trusted wide receivers to be successful. Marquise Brown, Devin Duvernay and Ross would give them three pass-catchers who could make a difference.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 66 865 13.1 8
    31 Josh MyersClemson, Jr C

    Myers is a strong interior offensive lineman who plays with good leverage. He can fulfill a role at offensive guard or eventually take over at center.

    32 Deonte BrownClemson, Sr OL

    The Chiefs continue to turn over their offensive line. Brown is a strong player who should create some wide open running lanes for Clyde Edwards-Helaire.

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