Final 2 Round 2021 NFL Mock Draft

  1. Jaguars Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson; Trevor Lawrence is the clear-cut best player in the draft. There should be no questions asked with this pick.

  2. Jets Zach Wilson QB BYU; Wilson fits perfectly in the Jets offense, he's not my number two quarterback, but I can understand why people view him like that.

  3. 49ers Trey Lance QB North Dakota State; Surprise! Kyle Shanahan will be able to mold Trey Lance into his dream quarterback. Lance is super intelligent and uber-talented. You don't trade three first round picks to make a lateral move. I think Fields is a better fit, but Lance has a higher potential and won't have to start from day one.

  4. Falcons Kyle Pitts TE Florida; Pitts is my number two player in the draft and if the Falcons are going to move Julio, they better bring in another offensive weapon.

  5. Bengals Ja’Marr Chase WR LSU; If I'm the Bengals, I'm protecting Burrow and drafting Sewell. With that being said, Burrow has been begging the front office to grab his old teammate and I think they listen to their franchise guy.

  6. Dolphins Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama; I still think the Dolphins need to add protection for Tua Tagovailoa, but it seems like the Dolphins are closing in on Jaylen Waddle. Between Will Fuller and Jaylen Waddle, the Dolphins now have a ton of speed on this offense.

  7. Lions *TRADE the 7th pick to the Chargers for the 13th pick, 47th pick, ’22 2nd round pick. Chargers select Penei Sewell LT Oregon; the Chargers now have their blindside left tackle who will protect Justin Herbert for the next decade. Herbert recruiting Sewell is very similar to what's going on with the Bengals. 

  8. Panthers *TRADE the 8th pick to the Patriots for the 15th pick, 46th pick, ’22 3rd round pick. Patriots select Justin Fields QB Ohio State; this is the monster move that gets everybody excited. Justin Fields is my number four prospect in this year's draft and this is an absolute steal for New England.

  9. Broncos Rashawn Slater LT Northwestern; Now that Denver has traded for Teddy Bridgewater, it's important to protect your franchise guy and Slater is a consensus top two tackle. Denver stays put at nine and drafts one of the best players in the draft. 

  10. Cowboys Patrick Surtain II CB Alabama; The Cowboys haven't been quiet about who they like. Surtain reminds me a lot of JC Jackson and he gets reunited with his former teammate, Tre'Von Diggs. This is a great fit.

  11. Giants Devonta Smith WR Alabama; The Giants have an affinity for Devonta Smith. He's my number one rated receiver in this draft and this gives no excuses for Daniel Jones. 

  12. Eagles Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina; The Eagles have to play against CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper, Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel, and now a team with Kenny Golladay and Devonta Smith twice a year. Darius Slay is an animal, but they don't have that dog on the other side of him. Horn has that dog in him and Slay is a great mentor for him. Horn may be a little grabby from day one, but I expect Slay to help him rely more on his feet than his hands.

  13. Lions via Chargers Micah Parsons LB Penn State; First year general manager, Brad Holmes would nail this draft if this happens. The Lions get a guy who they were considering at number seven. He's my number one rated defensive player in this draft and a culture guy for the Lions locker room.  

  14. Vikings Alijah Vera-Tucker G USC; The Vikings need to protect Kirk Cousins, that's not a secret. Vera-Tucker is the best interior offensive lineman in the draft and this would be a great pick for them.

  15. Panthers via Patriots Christian Darrisaw OT Virginia Tech; The Panthers just traded for Sam Darnold and now they need to protect him. This is great value for Carolina, they get an additional second round pick this year and a third round next year, and still get a franchise left tackle. Matt Rhule would get an A+ with this pick.

  16. Cardinals Caleb Farley CB Virginia Tech; Some people believe Caleb Farley is the best corner back in this draft. I don't think so, but now that the Cardinals lost Patrick Peterson, they may want to shoot their shot. Farley has injury concerns, but if the Cardinals love him so much they'll be willing to take him at 16. 

  17. Raiders Landon Dickerson IOL Alabama; Mike Mayock is known for making some questionable draft picks and this would be the most questionable pick for the first round. What I do know is that the Raiders have lost a ton of offensive lineman and Mayock loves players with grit. Outside of Quinn Meinerz, I think Landon Dickerson is the grittiest football player in the draft and he fits the mold of a Mayock draft crush.

  18. Dolphins Jaelan Phillips EDGE Miami; Miami's defense is already top ten in the league, they have one of the best secondaries in the league. The one thing they're really missing is an elite pass rusher. I don't know if there is any bonafide star edge rusher in this year's draft, but Phillips has the potential to be.  

  19. WFT Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB Notre Dame; This is one of my favorite fits of the first round. The Washington Football Team doesn't have a ton of needs and JOK will be a plug and play guy for that defense that is amazing already.

  20. Bears Mac Jones QB Alabama; Everybody who reads my stuff knows how low I am on Mac Jones. If the 49ers don't take him at three, where does he go? He gets a chance to sit behind Andy Dalton and go to the best situation for him outside of San Francisco.

  21. Colts Teven Jenkins RT Oklahoma State; The Colts need some help on that offensive line in order to protect Carson Wentz. Jenkins is an elite run blocker and fits the mauler role alongside Quenton Nelson.

  22. Titans Elijah Moore WR Ole Miss; Similar to the Chargers and Bengals, this is an example of a player vouching for his college teammate. AJ Brown needs another weapon alongside him and Elijah Moore would tear up the AFC South from the slot.

  23. Jets Greg Newsome II CB Northwestern; Greg Newsome is one of my favorite players in this year's draft. He fits perfectly in that Robert Saleh cover three defense. If Newsome can stay healthy, he has all-pro potential.

  24. Steelers Najee Harris RB Alabama; I love Najee Harris. In my opinion he's a top ten player in this year's draft. With that being said, I have a hard time finding a fit for him in round one. The Steelers make sense, but they have greater needs. While I love Najee Harris, I have no clue where he is going to end up.

  25. Jaguars Kadarius Toney WR Florida; Some guys I fall in love with due to an interaction I have with them on social media or because I just love their game. I straight up love Kadarius Toney's game. Last year, Justin Jefferson was my guy in the draft. While Toney might not be my favorite player in the draft, he's definitely up there. Him alongside Laviska Shenault and DJ Chark is scary. There's a bright future in Jacksonville.

  26. Browns Zaven Collins LB Tulsa; The Browns could reach on a defensive tackle or they can take the best player available. The Browns get a lot of grief for their linebacker group, but if they add Zaven Collins they could have a top 10 linebacker core in the NBA. Him alongside Mack Wilson and Anthony Walker is quietly a really good core.

  27. Ravens Azeez Ojulari EDGE Georgia; It seems like every few years the Ravens will draft a defensive end that ends up being a star and letting him walk in free agency. That just happened with Matthew Judon and now they're in the position to draft Azeez Ojulari who I think will be a year-in-year-out nine sack a season type of guy. I love this pick.

  28. Saints Gregory Rousseau EDGE Miami; Jay Glazer's report about the Saints trading up for a corner just broke, but I'm going to say they stay put and draft the best player available. Gregory Rousseau is another one of my favorite players in the draft and he has the chance to be a 15+ sack guy per season.

  29. Packers Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota; The Packers need another receiver across from Davante Adams. I think Allen Lazard is good, but I see him more as a number three. Some teams are super high on Bateman, other see him as a day two player. This would be fun to watch and I'm sure Aaron Rodgers would love it.

  30. Bills Kwity Paye DE Michigan; Kwity Paye is an athletic freak who would get to play alongside Ed Oliver on the Bills defensive line. I thought he was the Bills were the best fit for him when watching his film. I hope the Bills don't reach for a running back, unless Najee Harris falls to them.

  31. Ravens Sam Cosmi RT Texas; This may be drafting for need, but the Ravens now need a right tackle after trading Orlando Brown. I'm not as high on Cosmi, but I know others think he's filled with potential. Cosmi would be going to the perfect environment for him to succeed.

  32. Buccaneers Tyson Campbell CB Georgia; The Buccaneers could really pick any player and they'd benefit from the circumstance. I love Tyson Campbell and you can really never have enough good corners on your roster. 

 

33. Jaguars Joe Tryon EDGE Washington

34. Jets Jamin Davis LB Kentucky

35. Falcons Javonte Williams RB North Carolina-- this is my favorite fit in the second round. Williams is the angriest runner in the draft and he can be put in a Derrick Henry type of role for Arthur Smith's offense. Between Pitts and Williams, this offense just got a whole lot better.

36. Dolphins Travis Etienne RB Clemson

37. Eagles Trevon Moehrig S Texas Christian University-- I know I'm going to get hate for not having Philly draft a receiver. I think they get a guy like D'Wayne Eskridge or Amon-Ra St. Brown in the third round. Here they have the chance to solidify their secondary and for the first time in a long time, the Eagles have a top notch secondary. 

38. Bengals Creed Humphrey IOL Oklahoma

39. Panthers Dillon Radunz LT North Dakota State

40. Broncos Jayson Oweh EDGE Penn State

41. Lions Rondale Moore WR Purdue-- I'm trying to get in the head of Dan Campbell with these picks. Between Micah Parsons, Rondale Moore, and Elijah Molden, they have just drafted a ton of culture guys that are extremely versatile. This is how you build a foundation.

42. Giants Eric Stokes CB Georgia

43. 49ers Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State

44. Cowboys Carlos Basham Jr. DE Wake Forest

45. Jaguars Nick Bolton LB Missouri

46. Panthers via Patriots Paulson Adebo CB Stanford

47.Lions via Chargers Elijah Molden DB Washington

48. Raiders Ifeatu Melifonwu CB Syracuse

49. Cowboys via Cardinals Jevon Holland SS Oregon

50. Dolphins Wyatt Davis IOL Ohio State

51. WFT Terrace Marshall Jr. WR LSU-- Some people view Terrace Marshall Jr. as the next Justin Jefferson. I don't think they are similar what-so-ever, but I see some Kenny Golladay in him. Now they have the route runner with Terry McLaurin, the Swiss Army Knife/Speed guy with Curtis Samuel, and now they have their big guy.

52. Bears Alex Leatherwood LT Alabama-- The Bears now have their franchise quarterback and starting left tackle. This will be a boom or bust draft for the Beaers.

53. Titans Jalen Mayfield RT Michigan

54. Colts Jabril Cox LB LSU

55. Steelers Liam Eichenberg OT Notre Dame

56. Seahawks Benjamin St-Juste CB Minnesota

57. Rams Baron Browning LB Ohio State

58. Chiefs Dyami Brown WR North Carolina-- Here is another one of my favorite picks of the second round. I think the Chiefs need to add another receiver now that they've lost Sammy Watkins. Dyami Brown is an amazing deep threat and fits the Chiefs offense like a glove. He's one of my favorite receivers in the draft.

59. Browns Christian Barmore DT Alabama

60. Saints Kyle Trask QB Florida-- The Saints are a wildcard in this year's draft. If they fall in love with a quarterback, I can see them pulling trigger on day two. Early on I heard Trask could be the guy, so I see the fit there. 

61. Bills Kenny Gainwell RB Memphis-- Kenny Gainwell is probably my second favorite player in this draft next to Trey Lance. Gainwell is so versatile and he'll be the Antonio Gibson for the Bills offense.

62. Packers Kelvin Joseph CB Kentucky-- I'm not as low on Kevin King as the rest of the world is, but I still think they need to add a guy next to Jaire Alexander. Joseph is my favorite corner in the draft and is in my opinion the best man coverage corner in the draft.

63. Chiefs Richie Grant FS Central Florida

64. Buccaneers Walker Little LT Stanford