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Draft Day is here!! 2021 is shaping up to be among the most unpredictable drafts in the history of the NFL. Teams, agents, media members, and fans alike are clamoring to see how the weekend unfolds. It is sure to bring many surprises and a change of course for a few lucky franchises. Kill some time by checking out my final three-round mock draft below. See what players your team is projected to come away with!

*trades and compensation are listed*

1. Jacksonville Jaguars –

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The Pick: QB Trevor Lawrence

Trevor Lawrence has been hyped as “the next John Elway” for half a decade. The 6’6, 213 pound Clemson product is coming off of a 34-2 stint as a Tiger, including three consecutive playoff berths and one national title. Lawrence was never able to put together a Heisman winning campaign, but he accomplished everything else a college quarterback could hope to achieve. New Jaguars’ Head Coach Urban Meyer looks to bring a winning culture to a franchise that has very little experience doing so. If anyone can turn it around, I’m betting on it to be Trevor & Urban.

2. New York Jets –

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The Pick: QB Zach Wilson

Only a few more hours until Broadway Zach takes the reigns in New York and — hopefully for the Gang Green faithful — becomes the franchise quarterback they have been clamoring for. The Jets have used a number of first round picks in an attempt to fill Joe Namath’s shoes. From Chad Pennington, to Mark Sanchez, to Sam Darnold… it is time to give the city something to smile about. Similar to Urban Meyer, Jets’ newly hired Head Coach Robert Saleh will attempt to eliminate the stigma surrounding the brand.

3. San Francisco 49ers –

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The Pick: QB Trey Lance

Anddddd, now the draft begins. Mac Jones currently sits as the massive betting favorite (-400) to be selected third overall by the 49ers. Nearly every report, every mock and every tweet about the pick, leads to Mac being the choice. So why would I go with Trey Lance? Simply put, I refuse to believe that Kyle Shanahan mortgaged the future to select a quarterback with similar limitations to that of Matt Ryan and Jimmy Garappolo. Trey offers significantly more upside and, without the worry of being rushed, would thrive in San Francisco. Open the season with Jimmy G at starter, let Lance develop and the sky is the limit. It may be tempting to take the more pro-ready quarterback in Mac Jones, but the 49ers stand to benefit in a great way if they take the North Dakota State alum and exercise patience. I won’t believe the pick is Mac Jones until I hear the words from Roger Goodell himself.

4. Atlanta Falcons –

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The Pick: TE Kyle Pitts

The Falcons have been fielding offers, showing their interest in a potential trade down. With Lance off the board, and no teams in range to make a worthwhile trade up, the Falcons stay put and take the unicorn from Florida. Standing at 6’6, 245 pounds, Kyle Pitts is a matchup nightmare for any defensive coordinator in the NFL. Whether the Falcons decide to pair Pitts with Julio Jones, or if he’s the replacement, I expect him to make Matt Ryan’s life significantly easier on Sundays. They just don’t make them like Kyle Pitts. He is a one of one.

5. Cincinnati Bengals –

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The Pick: WR Ja’Marr Chase

Before you ask, no I am not trying to get Joe Burrow killed. The rationale for going Chase over the top offensive linemen on the board includes a combination of factors. First off, Ja’Marr and Burrow have a rich history together. In 2019, they helped lead the LSU Tigers to a national championship. Secondly, the Bengals are in desperate need of a true deep threat. Tee Higgins, Auden Tate, and Tyler Boyd are all very good at what they’re asked to do. The receiving core in Cincinnati is undeniably deep, however, Ja’Marr can take the top off in a way that none of them can. After adding Riley Reiff in free agency, and already having Jonah Williams on the roster, the Bengals are in a great position to address the interior line on days two and three if they elect to choose the wide receiver.

6. Miami Dolphins –

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The Pick: WR Jaylen Waddle

The Dolphins were really hoping that Pitts or Chase would make it to six, but unfortunately for them, that wasn’t the case. While it is tempting to add a franchise tackle in Penei Sewell, Miami invested heavily in the offensive line early in 2020 and are banking on key development from those players. GM Chris Grier added Will Fuller to a receiving core that already includes Devante Parker, Preston Williams, Albert Wilson and at tight end, Mike Gesicki. Much like Cincinnati… wide receiver isn’t a glaring need when listing those names off, but one thing that is quickly noticeable is that none of those players are capable of what Waddle is with the ball in his hands. The Dolphins own picks 18, 36, 50, and 81 in the first three rounds, they’ll be able to address all their needs later on. At pick six, they choose the luxury option.

7. (TRADE) New England Patriots –

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The Trade –

Lions Send: Pick 7 in 2021

Patriots Send: Picks 15 & 96 in 2021

1st Round & 2nd Round Picks in 2022

The Pick: QB Justin Fields

The first trade features Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots moving up from 15 to pick seven in order to get their quarterback of the future. Justin Fields has had a whirlwind of a draft process. At one point, Fields was neck and neck with Trevor Lawrence. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, his stock plummeted in many’s eyes. He is, and always has been, a top-five player on my board and I view him as the second best quarterback in the draft. Belichick is willing to take the risk on his “character concerns” due to the sheer upside Fields presents at the position. It sets up nicely with incumbent quarterback Cam Newton playing the mentor role while Justin learns how to play on Sundays.

8. Carolina Panthers –

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The Pick: OT Penei Sewell

Matt Rhule has been aggressive in improving the roster this offseason. The biggest of those moves was undoubtedly trading for Sam Darnold, and shortly thereafter, trading away Teddy Bridgewater to Denver. The Panthers need a cornerback badly, but not as bad as they need a franchise caliber player to protect their new quarterback’s blindside. Sewell is one of the best players in the entire draft, the Panthers will be running this card to the podium.

9. Denver Broncos –

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The Pick: OT Rashawn Slater

Speaking of Denver, they would have loved if Sewell dropped one more spot. With four quarterbacks already off the board, and a lukewarm interest in Mac Jones, I think the Broncos will look to trade back. Teams like the Football Team, Bears or Saints could all make offers, but the Broncos are going to end up staying put and taking the versatile Northwestern offensive lineman. I know Denver fans are rolling their eyes at this pick right now, but Slater is a great prospect that will win fans over with his work ethic. Micah Parsons also makes a lot of sense here, so keep an eye on him as well in this slot.

10. Dallas Cowboys –

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The Pick: CB Patrick Surtain ll

Last year, the Dallas Cowboys selected Trevon Diggs in round two of the draft. Diggs played alongside Surtain at Alabama for a couple of seasons and at pick ten, Jerry Jones reunites the two in the Lonestar State. The Cowboys already boast one of the best offenses in the league, it’s long overdue for them to make the roster more well-rounded. Surtain possesses elite coverage skills in both press-man and zone. He has potential to be the best defensive player on the roster, very early in his career.

11. New York Giants –

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The Pick: EDGE Kwity Paye

The first real “surprise” in the draft belongs to the New York Football Giants. There have been countless rumors, involving countless players that the Giants have interest in at 11. Parsons, Vera-Tucker, Horn, Barmore and Phillips are just a handful of examples. For my mock, I’m not picking any of them. Kwity Paye has the size and traits that make GM Dave Gettleman salivate. They spent the offseason adding to the secondary, but they lack any consistent pass rushing outside of Leonard Williams. Paye also has the versatility and size to play inside on the line sparingly, if needed to. After losing Dalvin Tomlinson in free agency, it makes sense to address the trenches.

12. Philadelphia Eagles –

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The Pick: WR Devonta Smith

At the time of the trade, many Eagles fans gave up hope of getting a top-three pass catcher in the draft. If things go according to my vision, the City of Brotherly Love will be welcoming a Heisman trophy winner to town. The Eagles are going to give Jalen Hurts a legitimate chance and getting a receiver that is ALWAYS open is a great start. Smith is the best route runner in the class and has steady hands. If the offensive line can stay healthy, the former Alabama teammates will hook up early and often.

13. Los Angeles Chargers –

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The Pick: CB Jaycee Horn

I was very tempted to go Christian Darrisaw or Alijah Vera-Tucker here in order to protect reigning Rookie of the Year, Justin Herbert. Once you do a little digging though, it’s easy to see how improved the offensive line is after free agency. The Chargers added a first-team all-pro center in former Packers’ Corey Linsley. They also brought in Matt Feiler from Pittsburgh to play guard, and Bryan Bulaga is entrenched at right tackle. They own the 47th pick in round two and can find a starting caliber tackle. You know what they can’t find at pick 47? Another Jaycee Horn. Horn will be the best cornerback on the roster from the moment he is drafted. Adding Jaycee to a defense consisting of Joey Bosa and Derwin James is something that the Chargers cannot pass up.

14. Minnesota Vikings –

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The Pick: OT Christian Darrisaw

Christian Darrisaw has prototypical size for a left tackle (6’5, 322 pounds) and is more athletic than a majority of his counterparts. Darrisaw was far-and-away the best left tackle in the country in 2020, allowing zero sacks over the course of nine games. The Vikings cut starting left tackle Riley Reiff and are in desperate need of an offensive lineman. The choice will likely be between Darrisaw and USC’s Alijah Vera-Tucker. Current Viking Ezra Cleveland is the determining factor here. If they keep Cleveland outside, Vera-Tucker will be the choice. If they opt to move Cleveland into the guard position, which is my belief, that clears the way for Darrisaw to play left tackle in Minnesota for the next decade.

15. (TRADE) Detroit Lions –

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The Pick: LB Micah Parsons

After already owning two first rounders in 2022 following the Stafford trade, the Lions trade back to 15 and add another to the collection. It is very likely that the Lions would have taken Parsons at seven if they didn’t trade down. Getting him at 15 feels like highway robbery. GM Brad Holmes has been steadfast in saying that their rebuild would be done the correct way. Stockpiling picks and still adding an elite defensive player is a great start to that process.

16. (TRADE) Chicago Bears –

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The Trade –

Cardinals send: Pick 16 in 2021

Bears send: Picks 20 & 83 in 2021

2nd Rounder in 2022

The Pick: QB Mac Jones

Odds are, one of the five quarterbacks rumored to go top-ten will drop. Mac Jones drew the short stick in this one. As mentioned earlier, Mac is the heavy favorite to be picked third overall by the 49ers. There have not been a lot of rumors linking other teams to Mac. San Francisco picking Lance and New England going up for Fields leaves Jones without a dancing partner. Enter the Chicago Bears. They brought in Andy Dalton but that should not be enough to keep them from taking a chance on Mac. Say what you want about the Alabama prospect, but he is as accurate as can be and would offer the Bears a glimmer of hope at the quarterback position. It’s possible he would have continued to fall all the way to 20, but with the Raiders and Football Team picking ahead of them, it makes sense to protect themselves from being jumped by other teams.

17. Las Vegas Raiders –

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The Pick: LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

My favorite player in the entire draft lands on a team that needs his skillset in the worst way. The Raiders lack a difference maker in their line backing core and JOK is that, and more. He is capable of lining up on receivers/tight ends in coverage, stuffing the run and rushing the passer. There is nothing JOK can’t do and he will be a human highlight reel in a defense that will let him play the way he’s meant to play. Koramoah is the exact kind of hybrid defender that teams wish for in today’s NFL.

18. Miami Dolphins –

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The Pick: EDGE Jaelan Phillips

Jaelan Phillips is an incredible pass rusher. The Dolphins have some capable EDGE defenders on the roster but none of them are in the same realm as Jaelan. While enjoying a breakout campaign at The U this past season, Phillips produced a team-high 15.5 tackles for loss and eight sacks in ten games. An extensive injury history is the only thing keeping Phillips from being the first defensive player drafted. With the luxury of having so many picks, the Dolphins are able to take a risk on an elite talent from their own backyard. Phillips stays in South Beach and gives the Teal and Orange a bonafide difference maker.

19. Washington Football Team –

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The Pick: IOL Alijah Vera-Tucker

The Football Team could go a number of different ways here. Safety Trevon Moehrig, Linebacker Zaven Collins and Wide Receiver Kadarius Toney were all in heavy consideration. At the end of the day, the Football Team decides to go with the safest pick in the entire draft. Vera-Tucker has a floor that is on par with most players ceiling. He is experienced at both tackle and guard. AVT possesses some of the best fundamentals and instincts at the position and is going to be a starter in the NFL for quite some time. The value at 19 is too good to pass up.

20. (TRADE) Arizona Cardinals –

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The Pick: CB Greg Newsome ll

After trading back with the Bears and moving to pick 20, the Cardinals pick the player they wanted at 16 anyway. Greg Newsome is a great replacement for Patrick Peterson, the long time staple in Arizona that signed with the Vikings in the offseason. The Red Birds brought in JJ Watt to pair with Chandler Jones and now they have a blue chip prospect at cornerback to add to the core.

21. (TRADE) New Orleans Saints –

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The Trade:

Colts send: Pick 21 in 2021

Saints send: Picks 28 & 98 in 2021

3rd rounder in 2022

The Pick: CB Caleb Farley

Caleb Farley is another prospect that is being pushed down the board due to health. The former Hokie standout was in discussion to be the first cornerback drafted up until a January back surgery. Farley also tore his knee up multiple times, but was always able to return back to form. The Saints cornerback room is all but empty, and with Marshon Lattimore’s future in jeopardy, Sean Payton makes the aggressive play for Farley. Health is the only thing keeping him from being a star in the league. New Orleans is willing to roll the dice.

22. Tennessee Titans –

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The Pick: WR Kadarius Toney

Offensive tackle is a need, considering the disaster story known as Isaiah Wilson. The secondary could also be addressed here but with the top-four cornerbacks off the board, and a deep tackle class, the Titans pick Kadarius Toney. They allowed Corey Davis to sign with the Jets in free agency, and did not replace him with a free agent of their own. Toney fits the bill and brings a skillset that is the perfect compliment to budding star AJ Brown. Keep an eye on Toney in your fantasy drafts next season.

23. New York Jets –

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The Pick: OT Teven Jenkins

The new Jets regime is committed to learning from past mistakes. When the Jets picked Sam Darnold, they proceeded to surround him with little-to-no help whatsoever. In 2020 they landed a franchise cornerstone at left tackle in Mehki Becton. Now in 2021, after using the number two overall pick on Zach Wilson, the Jets select the best pure right tackle in the draft. Pairing Jenkins with Becton locks in both tackle positions for a decade and gives Wilson an infinitely better starting point than previous Jets quarterbacks.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers –

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The Pick: LB Zaven Collins

The Steelers lost nearly their entire starting offensive line this offseason. Alejandro Villanueva, Maurkice Pouncey, and Matt Feiler all departed… leaving Guard David DeCastro as the only lineman on the roster with a full season of starting experience. You would think it’s a lock that the Steelers address those holes, right? Not so fast. Speaking of David DeCastro, he is the last offensive player that the Steelers picked in round one. He was drafted in 2012. The Steelers simply do not use high picks on offense often. They decide to wait until days two and three to restock the line and go with a player that was born to be a Steeler. Zaven plays with an edge that embodies the hard nosed city of Pittsburgh and will be a difference maker from the jump.

25. Jacksonville Jaguars –


The Pick: S Trevon Moehrig

Trevon Moehrig is the best safety in this class. He is an exceptional centerfielder in the secondary as the roaming free safety. He’s a ballhawk that’s always able to sniff out the play before it happens. This sounds exactly like what defensive coordinator Joe Cullen will be looking to add to an already talented young core in Jacksonville. Moehrig can slot in as an immediate starter in the same secondary that features last years first round pick CJ Henderson, and newly signed free agent Shaq Griffin. The Jaguars may not win a bunch of games in 2021, but they will not be pushovers.

26. Cleveland Browns –

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The Pick: DT Christian Barmore

There are a lot of teams ahead of the Browns that could take Christian Barmore, but provided he is still available at 26, it would behoove Cleveland to lock up their Sheldon Richardson replacement. The Browns have been busy this offseason, adding the likes of John Johnson lll, Troy Hill and Jadaveon Clowney to a defense that only looked to be a few pieces away in 2020. Adding Barmore to that haul has the potential to make the Browns legitimate Super Bowl contenders. I can’t believe I just typed those words.

27. Baltimore Ravens –

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The Pick: EDGE Jayson Oweh

The Ravens lost their two best pass rushers — Mathew Judon (Patriots) and Yannick Ngakoue (Raiders) — and look to replace them early in the draft. To put it mildly, Jayson Oweh is an athletic freak. At the Penn State pro day, Oweh posted an unofficial 4.36 40 yard dash at 6’5, 257 pounds. Human beings that size, should not be allowed to move that quickly. He doesn’t have the elite production on his resume at the college level, but his traits ooze off the tape and it’s fun to imagine how great he can be if he learns to utilize them properly with NFL coaching.

28. (TRADE) Indianapolis Colts –

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The Pick: EDGE Azeez Ojulari

Another draft, another Chris Ballard trade down. It can be frustrating as a Colts fan to watch all night, only for your pick to be traded once you get on the clock. It’s hard to argue with when you look at the results over the years. This time around, however, the trade back keeps the Colts in round one where they select Azeez Ojulari from Georgia. With Justin Houston’s future in Indy undetermined, and a catalog of unproven pass rushers on the roster, Ballard must address the position. It’s tempting to take a left tackle here, but the value simply isn’t there with Ojulari still on the board. The Colts take him and hope he’s the answer they’ve been looking for on the EDGE ever since Robert Mathis retired.

29. (TRADE) Miami Dolphins –

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The Trade:

Packers send: Pick 29 in 2021, 5th rounder in 2022

Dolphins send: Picks 36 & 81 in 2021

The Pick: RB Najee Harris

I am a proponent of the “never draft a running back in round one” strategy, but hear me out on this one. The Dolphins are coming off of a ten win season and lost very little from the 2020 roster. At pick six, they added Jaylen Waddle to the wide receiver room and at 18, they added another Jaelan… with Phillips positioned as the best pass rusher on the roster from day one. Now they trade up in front of division rival Buffalo to kill two birds with one stone. Not only do they keep Najee away from the Bills, but they add him to head the backfield and reunite him with his former college teammates in Miami. Tua, Waddle, and Najee all on the same field is a Crimson Tide fan’s dream.

30. Buffalo Bills –

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The Pick: LB Jamin Davis

I would not be surprised to see Jamin Davis go substantially higher than this tonight. The Kentucky Wildcat is one of the highest risers of the draft season. Starting the process as a relative unknown with a day three grade, Jamin opened a lot of eyes with his pro day. Showing off elite athleticism at the tune of a 4.4 40 yard dash and impressive film highlighting his sideline to sideline mobility, Davis shot up draft boards. So why Buffalo? Because they are in a position to go best player available in the first round. Najee would have been a great fit, but Davis adds a dimension to the defense that is lacking for the Bills. Davis can play with Matt Milano, as their games compliment each other well. Both options, an EDGE and Travis Etienne, were also considered.

31. Baltimore Ravens –

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The Pick: WR Terrace Marshall Jr

Terrace Marshall Jr is used to being overlooked. He spent the 2019 season fighting for attention behind the likes of Justin Jefferson, Ja’Marr Chase, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Thaddeus Moss and many others. He hauled in 13 touchdowns that season, but wasn’t able to truly showcase his abilities as the X-receiver in an offense until this past season. The Ravens have been searching for a Terrace Marshall type of player ever since landing Lamar Jackson in the 2018 NFL Draft. O-line was also in consideration, following the trade of Orlando Brown Jr to Kansas City. That is a position that can be more easily addressed later for the Ravens.

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers –

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The Pick: EDGE Gregory Rousseau

Truth be told, I have no idea what the Buccaneers are going to do at 32. Quarterback, running back, offensive line, defensive line, secondary could all be in contention. Something tells me Tom still has a couple years left, so quarterback probably won’t happen. Then offensive line could use depth, but there’s other rounds for that. They also recently signed Gio Bernard to add to Ronald Jones and Leonard Fournette. Secondary help is tempting, as Elijah Molden would be a great fit. With JPP aging and Shaq Barrett not getting any younger, I couldn’t pass up the temptation of Gregory Rousseau. Rousseau racked up 15.5 sacks in his last season of football in 2019. He is very raw and needs refinement but there is nowhere better to learn than behind the veterans in Tampa.

Round 2

33. Jaguars – DT Levi Onwuzurike

34. Jets – RB Travis Etienne

35. Falcons – EDGE Joe Tryon

36. (TRADE) Green Bay Packers –

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The Pick: CB Asante Samuel Jr

I won’t leave you out, Packers fans. After moving back seven spots and acquiring a day two selection, the Packers take a new running mate for star cornerback Jaire Alexander. Asante Samuel Jr is a lot like his old man. He is stingy in coverage and has the athleticism, technique, and strength to cover receivers that are faster and bigger than he is. Green Bay trades back and still ends up with a first round talent at a position of need. Well done.

37. Eagles – CB/S Elijah Molden

38. Bengals – OT Alex Leatherwood

39. Panthers – WR Elijah Moore

40. Broncos – S Richie Grant

41. Lions – WR Rashod Bateman

42. Giants – DT Daviyon Nixon

43. 49ers – CB Tyson Campbell

44. Cowboys – OT Samuel Cosmi

45. Jaguars – TE Pat Freiermuth

46. Patriots – CB Eric Stokes

47. Chargers – OT Walker Little

48. Raiders – IOL Landon Dickerson

49. Cardinals – RB Javonte Williams

50. Dolphins – OT Jalen Mayfield

51. Football Team – WR Rondale Moore

52. Bears – OT Liam Eichenberg

53. Titans – S Jevon Holland

54. Colts – OT Brady Christensen

55. Steelers – OT Dillon Radunz

56. Seattle Seahawks –

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The Pick: IOL Quinn Meinerz

Seahawks fans can go watch a movie Thursday night because they won’t be on the clock until late in the day Friday as a result of the Jamal Adams trade. The drama with Russell Wilson seems to be pushed aside, for now. So, it only makes sense to get Russ some protection for however long he’s going to be there. Quinn Meinerz has earned everything he’s ever gotten. He worked his way from little known prospect from UW-Whitewater, to potential top-50 pick in the NFL Draft. He’s a smash mouth blocker that is extremely aggressive in the run game, this fit is perfect.

57. Los Angeles Rams –

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The Pick: IOL Creed Humphrey

The All-American center checks in at pick 57. Two seasons snapping to Kyler Murray (2018) and Jalen Hurts (2019) garnered much attention for Humphrey. He followed those two seasons up with an award in 2020 for being the best offensive lineman in the Big 12. The Rams are in a similar position to the Seahawks, because their first pick isn’t until late round two. Lucky for them, they have far fewer holes to fill. One glaring need is an interior lineman, center specifically. Humphrey and the Rams feel like they’re meant to be.

58. Chiefs – WR Dyami Brown

59. Browns – LB Jabril Cox

60. Saints – LB Nick Bolton

61. Bills – CB Aaron Robinson

62. Packers – WR Amari Rodgers

63. Chiefs – EDGE Carlos Basham Jr

64. Buccaneers – IOL Wyatt Davis

Round 3

65. Jaguars – LB Baron Browning

66. Jets – WR Tutu Atwell

67. Houston Texans –

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The Pick: EDGE Payton Turner

The Texans are still paying for the ill-fated Laremy Tunsil trade to this day. As a franchise that needs a complete overhaul, it’s got to be tough for fans to see Miami enjoying an extra first and second round pick at their expense. At pick 67, I have them making the best of a bad situation by taking the hometown kid Payton Turner. The Texans need everything besides a left tackle, so you could really mock anyone here but I opted to get them a pass rusher since I genuinely can’t name a single one on their roster right now.

68. Falcons – RB Michael Carter

69. Bengals – IOL Aaron Banks

70. Eagles – LB Chazz Surratt

71. Broncos – DT Milton Williams

72. Lions – EDGE Ronnie Perkins

73. Panthers – CB Ifeatu Meliwonfu

74. Football Team – QB Kellen Mond

75. Cowboys – DT Alim McNeill

76. Giants – IOL Deonte Brown

77. Chargers – WR Nico Collins

78. Vikings – EDGE Quincy Roche

79. Raiders – QB Davis Mills

80. Raiders – CB Kelvin Joseph

81. (TRADE) Packers – DT Osa Odighizuwa

82. Football Team – S Hamsah Nasirildeen

83. (TRADE) Cardinals – WR D’Wayne Eskridge

84. Eagles – EDGE Rashad Weaver

85. Titans – S Jamar Johnson

86. Jets – CB Paulson Adebo

87. Steelers – RB Kenneth Gainwell

88. Rams – S Divine Deablo

89. Browns – EDGE Dayo Odeyingbo

90. Vikings – QB Kyle Trask

91. Browns – WR Tylan Wallace

92. Bills – RB Jaret Patterson

93. Packers – S Ar’Darius Washington

94. Chiefs – OT D’Ante Smith

95. Buccaneers – DT Marvin Wilson

96. (TRADE) Lions – WR Amon-Ra St. Brown

97. Chargers – TE Tommy Tremble

98. (TRADE) Colts – TE/WR Jacob Harris

99. Cowboys – TE Hunter Long

100. Titans – EDGE Chris Rumph ll

101. Lions – OT Spencer Brown

102. 49ers – EDGE Jordan Smith

103. Rams – TE Brevin Jordan

104. Ravens – IOL Josh Myers

105. Saints – WR Anthony Schwartz


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