2021 NFL Mock Draft

August 1, 2020 2:00 AM EST

2021 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1

  • Jets add Seattle RD1 pick with Jamal Adams trade
  • Top-10 QBs: Lawrence, Fields, Lance
  • Patriots hit hard with COVID opt-outs
  • Next 2021 mock draft Wednesday Sept 2

Round 1 Picks 1- 16 (Below)

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1 Jacksonville
Trevor Lawrence
Clemson
QB
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
220
Trevor Lawrence NFL Draft photo
Pass rusher Yannick Ngakoue still hasn't signed his $17M franchise tag tender, and the NFL July 15 deadline to sign tagged players to multi-year extensions has come and gone. Yannick's stated that he wants to be traded, and may sit out the season rather than suit up one more year with the Teal and Gold. I have to admit that I am puzzled with Jags' management's position on Ngakoue. Owner Shad Khan has stated that he wants to keep Ngakoue on the team in 2020. Khan's son, co-owner and Senior VP Tony, took time out before the draft to engage in a Twitter imbroglio with Ngakoue about his status on the team. Tony Khan, who is also president of TNT's All-Elite Wrestling AND the owner of the Fulham Football Club , seems overextended. Perhaps he should leave management of the team to GM Dave Caldwell.

The Jags' have purged their roster of virtually all their big-money free agents and sit at the bottom of our power rankings. They're by all accounts in full re-build mode. Even so, pass-rush is one of the positions where the team is well-stocked, even with Ngakoue out of the equation: Josh Allen and K'Lavon Chaisson were drafted in the first rounds of the 2019 and 2020 draft. Furthermore, the team added veterans Cassius Marsh and Aaron Lynch in Free Agency. Signs point to the Jaguars trading away Ngakoue prior to the start of the 2020 season for a 2021 draft pick.

Until the Jags can show us that they don't belong at the bottom of the power rankings through their play on the field, the pick of Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence stands.
2 Washington
Ja'Marr Chase
LSU
WR
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
200
Ja'Marr Chase NFL Draft photo
Washington owner Dan Snyder put the search for the new team identity on hold for a year, taking a more deliberate approach, as opposed to rushing into a decision that may ultimately prove to be a a decision he regrets. Red Wolves, Red Tails, and Warriors were the three leading candidates, but Snyder punted and we'll be referring to the former Redskins as the "Washington Football Team" (FT for our purposes) for the 2020 season.

The FT has a real hole at WR with Terry McLaurin as the only proven pass catcher on the roster. Steven Sims (career 34-310-4TD) is listed as the #2; he's a UFA from Kansas. The #3 option is RD4 rookie Antonio Gandy-Golden, who hasn't proven anything yet. Cody Latimer? Let's not waste space on him.

So the top WR in the 2021 class makes total sense should the Redskins drop to this place in the 2021 draft, but there's another option. HC (and de facto GM) Ron Rivera has a history from Carolina of drafting the best-available player, and that would be OT Penei Sewell. Sewell is considered the best OT prospect in recent memory, and among the best ever. Currently the LT spot in Washington is up in the air, with Cornelius Lucas, Geron Christian (2018 RD3 pick), and rookie Saadhiq Charles (2020 RD4) battling for the honor.

One thing is certain for the FT: QB Dwayne Haskins has few quality targets to throw to, and won't have much time to find them.

Goooooo Team!
3 Carolina
Justin Fields
Ohio State
QB
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
223
Justin Fields NFL Draft photo
As the Panthers begin preparations for the 2020 NFL season, a few less-than-stellar news stories have popped up recently.

First one being that Punter Michael Palardy will miss the 2020 season after he tore his ACL of his kicking leg during the offseason. Just like Pat McAfee says, "Punters are people too", and far be it from me to devalue this kind of news. Michael was great at flipping field position in 2019 for the Panthers. But by FAR the worst news to be released was OT Greg Little will start the season on the PUP List. Many Panther fans are still very uneasy about their interior offensive line and were hoping that Little would be a factor in competing for either the LG or RG position. No official word on his timetable to return; however, the team website reports that his injury is not expected to keep him out long-term. So, while it's not the worst news in the world, it still means Teddy Bridgewater is going to have to deal with a porous offensive line at least until proven otherwise.

I'll say it plainly: I fully expect this team to be in the running for one of the top 2 QB's in the 2020 NFL Draft. I don't think this will strictly be because of Teddy Bridgewater, but for a confluence of reasons. A really young team combined with a brand-new coaching staff that's actively trying to distance itself from its recent history. That says to me that this organization is okay with another down year If it means getting their QB of the Future in either Trevor Lawrence or Justin Fields! Check out the C3 Carolina Cat Chronicles podcast Tuesday nights at 9 PM to hear us discuss all the latest in Panther Nation!

- Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst

Gregory Rousseau Action Pic

4 Cincinnati
Gregory Rousseau
Miami (FL)
EDGE
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
260
Gregory Rousseau NFL Draft photo
Rookie QBs have been drafted to be Week-1 starters in the past, lot's of times - Carson Wentz, Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston, Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson. The list goes on. The 2020 season, however, is not like any other year. Joe Burrow, the top-pick in the 2020 draft, is the guy that HC Zac Taylor is getting ready to play for the Bengals' September 13th opener against the Chargers. This despite limited COVID-related reps in training camp, and more importantly, NO PRESEASON GAMES!

Burrow will possess an impressive group of receivers, led by superstar AJ Green who recently signed an $18M franchise tender. They've also got Tyler Boyd and his 166 catches for 2074 yards and 12 TDs in the past 2 seasons. Also 2017 RD1 pick, 4.22 speedster John Ross. Ross had a slow start to his career after missing his rookie season, but showed signs of life in 2019 with 28 catches for an 18.1 ypc and 3 scores. To that group add Tee Higgins, the Clemson star drafted with pick #33 in the 2020 draft.

The OL is improved from 2019 as well; the team's RD1 pick in the 2019 draft, Jonah Williams, is ready to take over at LOT after missing his rookie season to injury. This being said, fans really need to expect a rocky start to the 2020 season with both Burrow and Williams playing their first NFL games without the benefit of pre-season practice games.

In this DRAFTSIM the Bengals pick the top defensive player in the draft in Gregory Rousseau, which makes total sense given what looks like a well-stocked offense. Though tell me you're not tempted by Penei Sewell, the best OT prospect in a decade and the vision of Williams and Sewell as bookend tackles.

Back to Rousseau, he'd offer a compliment to Carlos Dunlap, and provide continuity when Dunlap's contract runs out following the 2021 season. The other starter at Edge, Sam Hubbard (8.5 sacks, 10 TFL in 2019), will also hit Free Agency that same year, furthering the urgency to address the impending vacancies.

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5 NY Jets
Patrick Surtain II
Alabama
CB
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
203
Patrick Surtain II NFL Draft photo
The big news out of MetLife is the trade of disgruntled Safety Jamal Adams to Seattle. Firstly, Joe Douglas continues to impress, hauling in more for Adams than what the Raiders got when trading Kahlil Mack to Chicago. Jamal is a fantastic player, but in terms of impact, he is no Kahlil Mack. To get 2 RD1 picks, a RD3 pick and experienced Safety Bradley McDougald in exchange for a guy who no longer wanted to be here (and a RD4 pick), is a huge win for the Jets.

This whole episode does show why the Top 10 picks of the Draft are usually made up of QB's, CB's, Tackles, and Pass Rushers. If guys at those premium positions work out, teams seem more open to paying them those big contracts after their rookie deals are over. But when guys like Jamal gets drafted high at a non-premium position and then come in and perform, they are expecting a payday based on their draft value. Unfortunately for Jamal, he plays a position for which paying him $15M a year would be hard to justify. Spending $20M a year on a Safety, even one as great as Adams, will more than likely hamper your roster somewhere else.

Perhaps drafting Top 10 players at positions you don't want to pay highly, should they work out, is best avoided? With that in mind, we opt to add Bama CB, Patrick Surtain, here. The Jets' squad of outside CBs are players with potential rather than players that have performed to a high level in the league so far. Now the ace here for the guys at those positions is Greg Williams. If anyone can turn that potential into results, it's Greg, but for now we will stick with adding more talent to this premium position.
6 Detroit
Penei Sewell
Oregon
OT
Reach/Value:
+4
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
325
Penei Sewell NFL Draft photo
If you haven't heard, there's an NFL Top 100 players' list out. If you've seen the list, you probably know by now that there wasn't a single Detroit Lion on the list. Yowza, that hurts. As Detroit fans, we can take this one or two different ways. We can either A) chalk this up to yet another example of the "Detroit vs Everybody" phrase or B) attribute this towards our organization's inability to find players to change the course of the franchise. A lot of discussion has been had already about the list here in Detroit, especially due to the Lions' best two players being excluded, those being Matthew Stafford and Kenny Golladay.

Now, it would be very easy to go down the first route and think this is blatant disrespect for Detroit's top players, and I would agree for the most part, but if we take it in the other direction for the sake of discussion, isn't this more of an indictment of just how poorly a job this organization has done --namely Bob Quinn-- when it comes to the acquisition of talent? Quinn has held the position of General Manager for 4 seasons dating back to the 2016 season, with 2020 about to be his fifth. In other words, Quinn has been steering the ship through 5 drafts with only Don Muhlbach, Darius Slay, Matt Prater, Jamal Agnew, and Kenny Golladay having appeared in at least 1 Pro Bowl during his tenure. Of those, we can really only credit him for Agnew and Golladay, as these were players he had drafted.

The moral of the story is, what many analysts and fans alike have been hammering home for years now, Quinn's drafts have been "low-impact" and his free-agent signings not much better. We praised Quinn's work this past draft, but of course, the jury is still out until the rooks hit the field. Either way, the roster is a hodgepodge of mediocrity and it's becoming more and more apparent on a national scale than just your local Lions doubters. Until the games are played, maybe 2020 will be the season where it finally clicks for players like Jarrad Davis, Taylor Decker, and Kerryon Johnson. Maybe then we'll be signing a different tune.

Coming off PFF's highest-graded season ever by a lineman, Penei Sewell is an athletic 335-pound powerhouse with an equally- powerful mental game. Let the transformation begin.

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst

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7 NY Giants
DeVonta Smith
Alabama
WR
Reach/Value:
-7
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
175
DeVonta Smith NFL Draft photo
We had listed Cornerback as a potential target for the Giants in our previous two 2021 mock drafts. DeAndre Baker, one of the projected starters at CB, has been placed on the NFL Commissioner's "exempt" list, allowing Baker to use team facilities but not participate in practices or play in games. Oh, and continue to get paid. Baker was arrested for armed robbery in May, but the state may not move to prosecute as alleged victims declined to press charges. Giants' GM Dave Gettleman will no doubt make contingency plan to veer away from Baker in the future should his on and off-field performances not improve, but in this mock, the team addresses another projected heavy need for the 2021 season.

The Giants project to start Golden Tate and Sterling Shepard at WR in 2020, with only Darius Slayton as a proven third option after a fine rookie season (48-740-8TD) --excellent performance from the 5th rounder. Still, this trio isn't going to scare anybody; the highest of the three (Shepard) ranks #43 in ProFootballFocus' WR rankings. Both Shepard and Tate are considered overpaid (salary vs. performance) by OvertheCap.com - here's Tate's Valuation Diamond.

Daniel Jones and the Giants' offense would benefit from a true fear-inducing threat. Ja'Marr Chase would be great, but DeVonta Smith is close behind. This Twitter graphic is titled "Devonta Smith is near impossible to guard in press coverage", showing Smith THE most skilled at evading defenders. This isn't a case of Smith free-lunching against opponent nickel backs given the attention required to contain Ruggs and Jeudy; here's Smith making 2022 top-10 draft pick Derek Stingley look human.
8 Miami
Alex Leatherwood
Alabama
OT
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Alex Leatherwood NFL Draft photo
The Fins have made a few roster cuts, traded for a back-up TE, and put a Long Snapper on the Covid/Reserve list. No news can often be good news when it comes to the Dolphins. As we head into training camp, all eyes will be on Tua Tagovailoa. The rookie QB says he's fully healthy and good to go. Jake Rudock was cut from the roster, so maybe that suggests the team is as confident in Tua's health as the young Hawaiian is in himself.

However, being training-camp healthy, and being fit enough to start Week 1, are two very different things. Tua will only get the nod as starter if Brian Flores and his staff are comfortable that the O-Line can keep him away from harm. It's very possible that Miami fields a totally new O-Line in 2020 ; there will be at least 3 new starters. The uncertainty in the trenches, coupled with a rookie QB, isn't normally a recipe for success in the early weeks of a season. Personally, I'd like to ride the positivity given by Fitzmagic for a while longer. Patience will be key in 2020 when it comes to Tua. Unfortunately, the same patience can't be allowed for the O-Line.

Austin Jackson should be given time to establish himself as Miami's LT, but the unit as a whole looks short on quality. When Ereck Flowers is the best player in the group, that doesn't instill too much hope. A player like Alex Leatherwood would make a lot of sense as the Dolphins' first pick in 2021. Leatherwood can play multiple positions and he has had first-hand experience protecting Tua. Building a cohesive O-Line takes time, but Miami is long overdue in competently addressing this glaring area of need.

- David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst

Trey Lance Action Pic

9 Chicago
Trey Lance
North Dakota State
QB
Reach/Value:
-8
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
221
Trey Lance NFL Draft photo
Chicago fans must be tired of hearing that the Mitch Trubisky pick was a misstep. There is no guarantee, however, that either Mahomes or Watson would be the players they are now if they started out in the Windy City. The QB position is the most difficult to fill with quality play. At any given time, at least 20-25 fanbases lament their signal-caller. Is there a franchise-caliber passer available? Should Chicago take whatever is left on the board at their RD1 selection, even with the knowledge that they at least have Nick Foles signed for two more years?

If Ryan Pace and the Bears' front office believe they can draft an impact player at QB --and if he fits with Matt Nagy's offensive scheme-- then they should not shy away from making that pick. Past draft mistakes and future contract situations cannot be allowed to cloud decisions like this.

If Trey Lance lives up to even 80% of the hype he's generated this past year, then Chicago gets very scary. The defense is still a dominating unit. Matt Nagy still has an unbelievable coaching pedigree. The offensive line is more talented than a significant portion of the league. Granted, pass-catching is still something of a concern past 2020, but all-in-all, the Bears can be that sneaky dark horse that turns into a feared behemoth.

~ Jeff Chapman, Bears Analyst
10 Cleveland
Shaun Wade
Ohio State
CB
Reach/Value:
+3
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
194
Shaun Wade NFL Draft photo
The Browns have put together a balanced roster with possible solutions at many of their previous problematic areas. With the additions of Jedrick Wills and Jack Conklin, the offensive line is in position to be a source of stability for the offense, which was far from the case a year ago when Baker Mayfield was sacked 40 times. Defensively, the additions of Andrew Billings and Jordan Elliott have given them quality depth up the middle after giving up the third-most rushing yards as a team in 2019. The two areas I'm targeting for improvement at this point are a quality defensive end that can pair with Myles Garrett long-term, and added help in the secondary.

Garrett may be locked up for the foreseeable future, but Olivier Vernon is in the final year of his contract. An edge rusher like Gregory Rousseau, Carlos Basham Jr., or Xavier Thomas would make a ton of sense for a team that is going to need to contain Lamar Jackson twice a year, as well as pressure last year's top pick, Joe Burrow. Still, it's hard to pass on Shaun Wade, who would have likely been a top-20 pick last April had he declared for the draft. Wade is a versatile defensive back in the Minkah Fitzpatrick mold that can not only star in the nickel but also start at Safety. Keeping the Buckeye defensive back in Ohio would be a wise move if the versatile playmaker is available.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
11 Las Vegas
Marvin Wilson
Florida State
DL3T
Reach/Value:
+3
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
311
Marvin Wilson NFL Draft photo
Heading into Year 3 of the Jon Gruden return, the Raiders look nothing like the franchise Chucky pledged to restore. Only a handful of players remain from the previous regime and - at most spots - the Raiders have signed or drafted someone they are tied to for the long haul. The only positions where that isn't the case is QB and DT. Heading into the season, we're going to assume that the change in environment and upgrades in weaponry will help Carr show well enough to keep his job. With that said, it's almost certain the Raiders will need a starter at the DT position where, a monstrous prosepct like Marvin Wilson would be a difference maker.
12 Denver
Walker Little
Stanford
OT
Reach/Value:
+2
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
309
Walker Little NFL Draft photo
I have serious reservations about giving the Broncos an offensive player in the first round for the fifth time in sixth years, but I'm not completely ruling it out, either. This offense is really starting to take shape to the point that Denver has become the trendy pick for a surprise team in the AFC. However, the jury is still out on left tackle Garett Bolles. He's had ups and downs through his career, and in the final year of his rookie deal, it's up to him to keep the Broncos from securing his replacement next offseason.

Little is one of several Offensive Tackle prospects that are likely to hear their name mentioned in the first-round conversation over the next eight months, but he will have to return strong from a knee injury that cost him nearly the entire 2019 season. Without, he may have been a first-round pick a year ago.

Defensively, all three phases of the unit have room for improvement. The defensive line has a pair of starters in the final year of their contracts, while an inside linebacker like Micah Parsons, Dylan Moses, or Chazz Surratt would make a lot of sense as well. The secondary also has a lot of long-term questions at both Safety and Cornerback. Still, none of those positions are more vital than finding a left tackle if the Broncos choose to move on from Bolles.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
13 Atlanta
Xavier Thomas
Clemson
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-12
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
265
Xavier Thomas NFL Draft photo
It's theoretically possible that the Falcons might be able to draft an elite pass rusher. It's true that the last elite edge rusher that they drafted was Patrick Kerney...last century. But maybe Dante Fowler can be the new John Abraham and provide consistent pressure from the edges as a free-agent signing. The Falcons have recently spent two high-leverage draft picks on (Vic Beasley who is now in Tennessee (or not) and Takk McKinley, whose fifth-year option they declined to exercise. Unless John Cominsky explodes in his second year, they are absolutely going to have to address edge rusher early in next year's draft.

Xavier Thomas is an interesting prospect, as he struggled with concussions last year and desperately needs a good year to vault back into first-round consideration. He offers many of the same skills as fellow Clemson Tiger Beasley, but it was never Beasley's talent that was in question. If Thomas shows the hunger that Beasley seemed to lack, he could be paired with Fowler for years to come.
14 Arizona
Carlos Basham Jr.
Wake Forest
DL5T
Reach/Value:
+2
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
275
Carlos Basham Jr. NFL Draft photo
The Arizona Cardinals signed all six of their 2020 draft picks in the month of July, including two run-stuffing defensive tackles and a versatile linebacker in Isaiah Simmons. However, there remains a need on defense for a pass rusher to take some of the pressure off Chandler Jones.

Carlos Basham Jr. remains the pick to fill the need. His ability to pressure the quarterback resulted in 18 tackles for loss and an eye-popping 11 sacks in 2019, as well as 57 total tackles and 13 hurries. Basham Jr.'s high motor and inside counter appeared unblockable. The redshirt senior still needs improvement in setting the edge in the run game and will probably need to cut weight at the next level, but he will assuredly help whichever team he lands on --this time the Cardinals-- to add another sack machine.

There were rumors of the Cardinals being in the race for the Jamal Adams sweepstakes, which were swiftly debunked. However, Cardinals fans should not fret much over missing out on the all-pro. Arizona hopes it already has its own Jamal Adams-type in Budda Baker, a roaming safety like Adams, who tallied over 100 solo tackles in 2019 and has reached two Pro Bowls in his first three years. The Seattle Seahawks also paid a steep price for Adams - two first-round picks, a third-rounder and veteran safety Bradley McDougald. It's up for debate whether the juice will be worth the squeeze for the contending Seahawks, but for the Cardinals, saving their draft picks and sticking to the rebuild plan was probably the better course of action for GM Steve Keim and Co.

Despite that, Adams now presents another nuisance within the division, and the Cardinals will need to add blocking and a receiving tight end to keep him busy, which are addressed in the later rounds of this mock draft.

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15 LA Chargers
Rashod Bateman
Minnesota
WR
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
210
Rashod Bateman NFL Draft photo
Keenan Allen is one of the best receivers in the game, but he's also 28 years old and heading for a huge payday in Free Agency after this year. Sure, Joey Bosa just got paid, but Chargers fans who follow the money-management tactics of GM Tom Telesco may want to start chipping in for parting gifts for Mr. Allen.

At 6-2 and 210 pounds, with terrific hands and legitimate 4.4 speed, Minnesota's Rashod Bateman figures to be one of the top receivers off the board in 2021. He has dominated B1G defenses, putting up 17 TDs and more than 1,900 yards in 26 games. While he plays outside in college, Bateman best projects as an NFL slot receiver supreme. In short, a ready replacement for the game-controlling Allen. With his route running and flypaper-like grabs, he figures to be a fast friend of new Chargers QB Justin Herbert immediately upon arrival in LA.

- Jud Branam, Chargers Analyst
16 Miami (Trade)
Jevon Holland
Oregon
S
Reach/Value:
-11
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
196
Jevon Holland NFL Draft photo
Weirdly, the Dolphins don't appear to have a mass of positional needs as we head into the 2020 season. Since the start of 2019, the change in personnel and expectation is dramatic. The defense looks like it will be vastly improved. Kyle Van Noy will bring much-needed leadership to the unit, a calm presence amongst more-vocal youngsters like Jerome Baker and Christian Wilkins. After this strange, truncated off-season, Van Noy and Coach Flores are trusted to galvanize the defense and hit the ground running in September. Van Noy also adds to Miami's pass-rush potential which has allowed the team to trim the roster.

In the Secondary, Xavien Howard and Byron Jones make up one of the best tandems of corners in the league; they are certainly the highest-paid pairing. Howard appears to have avoided suspension after battery charges were dropped against him. Rookie Noah Igbinoghene joins other promising youngsters on the roster vying for playing time. Depth should not be a problem. The Safety spots aren't so clearly assigned, although Bobby McCain and Eric Rowe should start the season at FS and SS, respectively. The incumbent pair needs to be challenged in the long-term.

The 2021 draft class of Safeties could be one of the best ever. Andre Cisco, Caden Sterns, Richard LeCounte, and Hamsah Nasirildeen will all put forward strong cases for being RD1 picks. The best of the bunch could be Jevon Holland from Oregon. Holland is a versatile leader who has the feel of the type of Safety who could dominate games.

- David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst

Jacksonville gets LA Rams RD1 pick (Jalen Ramsey trade)

Miami gets Houston RD1 pick (Laremy Tunsil trade)

NY Jets gets Seattle RD1 pick (Jamal Adams trade)

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O/A Rank Big 10 Conference
Top-30 Players
Psn
3 Justin Fields
Ohio State
QB
7 Shaun Wade
Ohio State
CB
15 Rondale Moore
Purdue
WRS
16 Micah Parsons
Penn State
ILB
18 Rashod Bateman
Minnesota
WR
21 Jalen Mayfield
Michigan
OT
24 Wyatt Davis
Ohio State
OG
39 Josh Myers
Ohio State
OC
40 Jayson Oweh
Penn State
EDGE
47 Thayer Munford
Ohio State
OT
51 Baron Browning
Ohio State
ILB
55 Alaric Jackson
Iowa
OT
61 Tanner Morgan
Minnesota
QB
72 Chris Olave
Ohio State
WR
79 Trey Sermon
Ohio State
RB
86 Pat Freiermuth
Penn State
TE
91 Cole Van Lanen
Wisconsin
OT
97 Daniel Faalele
Minnesota
OT
100 Kevin Jarvis
Michigan State
OG
103 Master Teague
Ohio State
RB
105 Nico Collins
Michigan
WR
111 Shaka Toney
Penn State
EDGE
112 Matt Allen
Michigan State
OC
130 Kwity Paye
Michigan
EDGE
142 J.D. Spielman
Nebraska
WRS
149 Luke Farrell
Ohio State
TE
156 Rashawn Slater
Northwestern
OT
161 Nick Eubanks
Michigan
TE
169 Blake Gallagher
Northwestern
OLB
170 Jake Ferguson
Wisconsin
TE
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