2021 NFL Draft Results - RD2 Picks 33-64


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33 Jacksonville
Terrace Marshall
LSU
WR
Reach/Value:
-9
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
200
Terrace Marshall NFL Draft photo
The Jags go 3-in-a-row on offense in a show of committment to Trevor Lawrence. The Jags have a few nice pieces at WR with Laviska Shenault and DJ Chark, but Chark will hit Free Agency after the 2021 season, and others in the 2020 supporting cast (Keelan Cole, Chris Conley) are already expired --or will be at the end of the NFL's calendar year on March 17th.

I wouldn't be surprised to see a couple of pass-catchers in the kitty when the NFL Draft is done, and Terrace Marshall is an under-the-radar choice.

Marshall contributed to LSU's championship run in the 2019 season with 46 catches in 67 targets for 671 yards and 13TD for a 140.6 NFL Passer Rating (when targeted). He, of course, played 3rd fiddle to Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson in catching balls for Joe Burrow. Marshall moved to the #1 target in the 2021 season. Appearing in just 7 games (versus 12 in 2019) and against opponent's stud corners, Marshall produced nearly identical results to 2019, totalling 48 catches in 67 targets for 731 yards and 10TD, and a 134.4 PR. The stats are nice, but not among the NCAA leaders. That coupled with LSU's disappointing 5-5 finish meant that they were off the national buzzwagon in the 2020 season, which reduced exposure forr Marshall.

All to the Jags' advantage at #33. here's a great scouting profile.
34 NY Jets
Carlos Basham Jr.
Wake Forest
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
285
Carlos Basham Jr. NFL Draft photo
If the Jets fail to land one of the prized Free Agent Pass Rushers, this is the perfect place to try and rectify this in the form of Wake Forest standout Carlos Basham Jr. Fellow Alumni Calvin Pace had a very solid career for the Jets but he like so many others, failed to deliver sacks on a regular basis. In fact it's been a while since we had Pace (2013) and Mo Wilkerson (2013, 2015) attain the Holy Grail of a Double-Digit sack season.

The Jets have invested four RD3 round picks over this time (Mauldin 2015, Jenkins 2016, Polite 2018, Zuniga 2019) without much success and with the impending departure of free agent Jordan Jenkins, maybe it's time to go fishing in the Grand Banks that is RD 2.

Carlos Basham highlights.
35 Atlanta
Travis Etienne
Clemson
RB
Reach/Value:
+8
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
210
Travis Etienne NFL Draft photo
The immediate question surrounding the hiring of Arthur Smith is how successful he will be without Derrick Henry. Of course, the reason Smith was hired is because Dirk Koetter couldn't develop a run game to save his job. Literally. Matt Ryan's finest seasons have all come with dynamic rushing attacks, whether it was Michael Turner when he was younger, or Kyle Shanahan's two-headed run game when he won his MVP.


The Falcons blew quite a few leads over the past two seasons, because they could not control the clock with any sort of consistent run game when they held a lead. Etienne immediately gives Smith and Ryan a truly dynamic, multi-faceted running back. Najee Harris wouldn't be a terrible pick here, either.
36 Miami (Trade)
Zaven Collins
Tulsa
EDGE
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'4''
Weight:
260
Zaven Collins NFL Draft photo
There's a good chance that Miami uses every one of their 2021 draft picks on offensive players. That would be a fairly sensible approach to take, but the defense could still use an injection of high-end talent. Success on defense is fleeting in the NFL, so Brian Flores can't afford to be complacent. There are rumors that Flores will make a change at both Safety spots and it would also be wise to address Nose Tackle, Edge Rusher, and Middle Linebacker. Zaven Collins is a talent that could easily find his way to being a RD1 selection. If not, the Dolphins could add the Tulsa man to an already-versatile LB corps.

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst

Please visit our Dolphins Team Page where you can see all the team's picks in the 7-round mock and more.
37 Philadelphia
Alijah Vera-Tucker
USC
OT
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
315
Alijah Vera-Tucker NFL Draft photo
Since the Eagles' RD1 pick was made under the scenario that the team trades Carson Wentz, drafts a new franchise QB and goes full "rebuild mode", I'm using this pick to address another area that is undergoing a transition: the offensive line.

In 2017 the Eagles had what many believed was the best O-Line in the NFL. Three years later, the Eagles gave up 65 sacks, 15 more than the next worst team, and more than any team has surrendered in the last five years.

Heading into 2021, not only will the Eagles finally lose future HOF'er LT Jason Peters, but RT Lane Johnson and RG Brandon Brooks now must be considered serious injury risks. C Jason Kelce could even retire or be traded. The Eagles do have two young prospects at LT (Dillard and Mailata), so while taking a pure Left Tackle early in the Draft may not be possible, drafting a guy who can play Guard OR Tackle could pay serious dividends. If USC's Alijah Vera-Tucker, who some feel is a top 20 player, somehow slid to Pick #37, the Eagles would sprint to the podium (and then draft another backup QB).
38 Cincinnati
Andre Cisco
Syracuse
S
Reach/Value:
+8
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
203
Andre Cisco NFL Draft photo
The Bengals continue to add to the back end of their defense as they nab the versatile safety Andre Cisco in the second round. Cisco has good size, especially for a safety that possesses the range that he does, and while his instincts can sometimes be a tick late, he has the make-up speed to correct. Although the Bengals' defense has been a hodgepodge of different schemes over the first two years since Defensive Coordinator Lou Anarumo was hired, I can tell you his roots are in Cover-2 press man, and Cisco will be a perfect half-field safety on the back end in that scheme.

If Anarumo moves the defense back in the direction of aggressive corners on the outside and two safeties over the top, the Bengals just added two players that are perfect for that system in the first two rounds.

- Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
39 Carolina
Tyson Campbell
Georgia
CB
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
180
Tyson Campbell NFL Draft photo
The value here is too good to pass up for Carolina.

Tyson Campbell, CB from Georgia, is reminiscent of a more-athletic James Bradberry. Campbell has a tremendous wingspan with athleticism to stay in his receiver's hip pocket. He is still raw in certain areas of zone coverage, but this shouldn't be a problem the longer he trains with NFL DB coaches. The Panthers need offense, but we also need to stop letting opposing teams throw the ball deep.

- Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst
40 Denver
Shaun Wade
Ohio State
CB
Reach/Value:
-13
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
194
Shaun Wade NFL Draft photo
After a 2019 campaign where many thought he could be a first-round pick, Wade decided to return to school where he'd get his shot to play a more traditional role. As a redshirt sophomore, he primarily played as a fifth defensive back in the slot, while also taking on some safety duties. However, last fall, he played as a true corner on the perimeter.

Unfortunately, the transition turned out to be more difficult than most expected, and it took a hit to his draft stock. While Wade's gifts showed up on the interior, his lack of polish was displayed on the outside. With that being said, I have the Broncos taking him here to play more of an interior role. When Vic Fangio came over from Chicago, he brought Bryce Callahan with him to play the slot, but that contract ends after this coming season. Wade could jump into that role, while continuing to develop as a perimeter player.

~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
41 Detroit
Rondale Moore
Purdue
WRS
Reach/Value:
+28
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
175
Rondale Moore NFL Draft photo
Losing not just their QB of the past 12 years, but also Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola to the streets of free agency is equally brutal. This leaves a 2021 WR lineup featuring Quintez Cephus and Geronimo Allison. Cephus recorded 20 catches in his rookie season for 349 yards (17.5 ypc) and 2 TD. Allison sat out the season.

If a playmaking talent like Rondale Moore were to fall to the Lions here, new GM Brad Holmes needs to jump. Talentwise, Moore represents fabulous value here, but it could easily happen as teams focus on QBs and OTs in Round 1. There are so many quality WRs that a few will fall through the cracks, and the Lions need to pounce. Moore can be deployed in many ways, but it's his injury history that makes him available here at #41.
42 NY Giants
Joseph Ossai
Texas
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
253
Joseph Ossai NFL Draft photo
As we pointed out in last week's mock draft, it is unrealistic to expect a difference-making performance from any of the edge rushers available in RD2 in their rookie seasons. So it depends on what the 2021 outlook is for coach Joe Judge and GM Dave Gettleman. If 2021 is expected to be a rebuilding year, then draft Joseph Ossai, give him reps and let him make mistakes, to become a true producer in 2022 and beyond, if not a standout performer. If the goal is to draft a player who will come in and contribute immediately, then other positions should be the focus.

Some scouting reports believe that Ossai can immediately contribute as a 3rd-down pass-rush specialist as a rookie. If so, great; however, it will be a couple of years before Ossai's elite speed and athleticism are fully put to use. Just know that and scale your expectations accordingly.
43 San Francisco
Quincy Roche
Miami (FL)
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
235
Quincy Roche NFL Draft photo
Two years ago the 49ers made a trade to bring EDGE rusher Dee Ford to San Francisco to bolster their pass rush. Over the past two seasons, Ford has struggled to stay healthy and make an impact. Unfortunately, Ford could find himself as a cap casualty this offseason. In looking to fill that roster spot and the promise the trade once brought the 49ers could look to Miami's Quincy Roche.

Measuring 6'2 and 243 lbs at the Senior Bowl, Roche will need to bulk a bit, but he showed over his career at Temple and the past year in Miami that he can succeed in any front against and any competition. Roche shows good explosiveness off the snap and displays good hand technique which will be crucial at the next level. While he doesn't have the physical gifts of some of the other EDGE players in this draft, Roche is a high floor prospect who can contribute early, which will be crucial as San Francisco makes a second run at the revenge tour in 2021.

-Brett Clancy, 49ers Analyst
44 Dallas
Azeez Ojulari
Georgia
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-39
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
240
Azeez Ojulari NFL Draft photo
I'm a huge fan of Ojulari, and as we get deeper into the pre-draft process, I think we are going to see him shoot up boards. While he played more as an edge-rushing linebacker at Georgia, I think he might fit perfect as a strong-side linebacker in an under front like Dan Quinn ran in Seattle and Atlanta. He's explosive at the point of attack, whether taking on blocks or making stops. Ojulari could also help in the nickel as an edge rusher that can capture the edge with his terrific acceleration. If Dan Quinn is determined to run that style of system in Dallas, a player like Ojulari will be important because the Cowboys don't currently have a player with the skill set to handle that role.
45 Jacksonville (Trade)
Marvin Wilson
Florida State
DL3T
Reach/Value:
-4
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
311
Marvin Wilson NFL Draft photo
The Jags' porous defensive line couldn't stop opponents' running games in 2020, with the interior DL carrying the brunt of the ire. The team allowed 4.7 yards/carry, 23 TDs on the season, 66.7% 4th-down conversion against, and 47.8% of opponent's drives ended in a score. All these stats rank bottom-5 among NFL peers. That the team is losing Abry Jones to FA (this year) and Taven Bryan (next year) doesn't help the cause.

In this mock, the Jags double-up on IDLs with Marvin Wilson here and Alim McNeill with the first pick in RD3. Wilson, a former 5-star recruit, has had a statistically-weak Senior season in comparison to stellar Sohomore and Junior year campaigns. A regular top-15 pick in pre-season mocks, Wilson has slipped to RD2 conversation. There are rumors of a fallout between Wilson and FSU coach Mike Norvell which "precipitated" a leg injury limiting Wilson to 7 games in 2020, but we look forward to Wilson's body of work at the Senior Bowl. Alim McNeill, OTOH, buffed his resume with a stellar season at NC State. One might see the choice of McNeill as a redundancy (or backup plan) 3-technique to Wilson, but if the Jags hit on both, then happy days! You can do these things with 11 draft picks.
46 New England
Trey Smith
Tennessee
OG
Reach/Value:
+9
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
330
Trey Smith NFL Draft photo
With their first pick, the Patriots went to improve the interior of the defensive line and grabbed a great young player. With their second round pick, they do the same thing but on the interior of the offensive line. Starting Guard Joe Thuney and starting Right Tackle Jermaine Eluemunor, whose natural position is guard, are set to be free agents this offseason. Starting Center David Andrews is also set to be a free agent and throughout the past two seasons has failed to stay healthy. The interior of the offensive line, just like the interior of the defensive line, is going to missing some key players if they fail to sign new contracts. This is where OG Trey Smith out of Tennessee comes in.

In 2020, the Volunteers rushed the ball 375 times and had 1,415 yards and 12 touchdowns while only throwing the ball 285 times. Trey Smith is used to the ground-and-pound type offense and can open up holes in the run game. The Patriots play the same way. They like to wear defenses out by running the ball. In 2020, New England ranked 3rd in the league in rushing attempts per game (31.4) and 3rd in rushing yards per game (146.6).

As the Pats are likely losing three pieces on their offensive line, Trey Smith brings experience and ability to open up holes in the run game that New England will continue to use. If he has a good training camp, Smith can step in as a Week 1 starter and possibly provide stability at the Guard position for years to come.

- Jack Hott, Patriots Analyst
47 LA Chargers
Jalen Mayfield
Michigan
OT
Reach/Value:
-8
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
320
Jalen Mayfield NFL Draft photo
Rule 1 of building a winner in the NFL is to get a great quarterback. Rule 2 has to be keep him healthy and upright. The Chargers opt for size and athleticism with Jalen Mayfield, a tackle out of Michigan who is big and athletic at 6-5 and 315. Mayfield has been pegged anywhere from the late first round to pick 100 or so. While he has the frame for the job, Mayfield may require some work on his techniques after allowing 27 pressures during the Wolverines' subpar and shortened 2020 season.

48 Las Vegas
Seth Williams
Auburn
WR
Reach/Value:
+3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
224
Seth Williams NFL Draft photo
Derek Carr did his best work when he felt like he could get the ball in Michael Crabtree's radius and trust that he'd come down with it. That's what Seth Williams adds to this football team. In the event the Raiders cut Williams, let Agholor walk, and opt against spending the money on a JuJu Smith-Schuster, Las Vegas is going to need someone they can line up with the speedster they have in Henry Ruggs, the big possession target in Bryan Edwards, and the find-the-right-spot Hunter Renfrow. Williams was wildly inconsistent at Auburn and occasionally looked disgusted with his team. It could be a problem at the next level, or it could simply be a competitor's frustration with a scattered QB and a pedestrian offense. For that reason, this would be a risky pick, but Williams' upside is very high.
49 Arizona
Pat Freiermuth
Penn State
TE
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250
Pat Freiermuth NFL Draft photo
Pat Freiermuth's 507-yard, 7-touchdown season in 2019 - his last full season of play - was better production than any Cardinals tight end last season. The closest comparison, Arizona's Dan Arnold, recorded 4 touchdowns on 31 receptions and a career-high 438 yards. That's good, but not good enough to be a reliable target over the middle and certainly not enough to compensate for his lack of blocking abilities that still made him a liability on obvious run downs. The lack of a dependable mismatch over the middle also resulted in quarterback Kyler Murray throwing 9 of his 12 interceptions last season in that area of the field. In short, Freiermuth is the perfect fit for Arizona, with his soft hands combined with his aggressive blocking skills to keep him on the field on all four downs. And because of that, the 6-foot-5, 258-pound mismatch creator remains the pick if he is there in the second round.
50 Miami
Tyler Shelvin
LSU
DL1T
Reach/Value:
-4
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
346
Tyler Shelvin NFL Draft photo
As far as I'm concerned, there aren't enough 340-lb defenders in the NFL these days. I think we need to see large men running around athletically to make us all feel better about the weight we've gained whilst working at home during the pandemic. The Dolphins need a run-stuffing Nose Tackle to replace Davon Godchaux, who is likely to leave in Free Agency, and improve from being the 19th-best defense in yards per rush attempt in 2020. Tyler Shelvin is a big man who is athletic for his size. LSU's defense missed Shelvin in 2020 after the big man's decision to opt out. The opt-out has hurt Shelvin's stock and he should be available towards the end of RD2. If you're unsure of his credentials, grab yourself another cookie, and go and watch some of his 2019 tape; you'll be impressed.

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst

Please visit our Dolphins team page where you can see all the team's picks in the 7-round mock and more.
51 Washington
Paulson Adebo
Stanford
CB
Reach/Value:
+7
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
190
Paulson Adebo NFL Draft photo
Ron Rivera will use this offseason to further fill out the roster with 'his guys.' He will move on from players like Ryan Kerrigan and areas of need (Mike LB, CB, FS) will be addressed with specific traits in mind. I would look for Washington to try to fill FS (Simmons) in Free Agency, as those players are hard to 'hit' in the NFL Draft. After that, outside corner is a certain need area.

Adebo is exactly the type of corner Rivera employs: he's long, very intelligent, and thrives in press zone. The former Stanford standout would be an immediate upgrade on the outside for WFT, where Ronald Darby (who will likely re-sign) will remain on the outside and Kendall Fuller will return to the slot where he has excelled throughout his career.

- Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
52 Chicago
Elijah Moore
Ole Miss
WRS
Reach/Value:
-6
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
184
Elijah Moore NFL Draft photo
The Bears continue to add to the offense and give their quarterback an extra weapon. They must keep Allen Robinson to be their #1 wideout. They have Darnell Mooney, who impressed last year. They drafted Riley Ridley in the 4th round in 2019, but he has seen action in only 5 games each season. Anthony Miller is a nice receiver but he will be a free agent in 2021.

Elijah Moore was named as a First Team All-American by the Associated Press. He had 86 catches, 1,193 receiving yards, and eight touchdown catches this season. Both Mel Kiper and Todd McShay believe he is a first-round caliber player. The Bears could be getting a steal here.
53 Tennessee
Joe Tryon
Washington
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
262
Joe Tryon NFL Draft photo
If the Titans pass on an Edge rusher in RD1, then they're almost certainly going to take one in the second round. Even if the Titans do end up signing an Edge rusher in Free Agency, they could use another one, considering QBs were able to stay very clean against them this season. They were 23rd in opposing QB ratings this year, and Nick Foles picked them apart. I mentioned before that the Edge class is loaded with potential, but there's no "sure thing" in the draft. Joe Tyron is one of those interesting prospects.

Tryon opted out this year, but had eight sacks and 12.5 tackles for loss last season. He's also young and a physical marvel. Tryon is huge for a stand up Edge rusher standing 6'5" and weighing 262 lbs. Remember his size when he eventually runs, because he's incredibly fast as well. Tryon can play as a stand up LB in a 3-4 or as a hand on the ground DE which fits in with the Titans' defense perfectly. He could use some work defending the run, but as an OLB he would benefit from the DL eating up blocks. Tryon is raw, but loaded with potential that the Titans have to hope they can maximize. If they do, pencil Tryon in for double-digit sacks.

- Jonah Anderson, Titans Analyst
54 Indianapolis
Walker Little
Stanford
OT
Reach/Value:
-16
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
313
Walker Little NFL Draft photo
Earlier, we had the Colts taking Kyle Trask over tackles like Christian Darrisaw and Samuel Cosmi despite the fact that they have far more value at 21 than the Florida signal-caller. However, if the Colts must get their hands on a left tackle. Coming into the 2019 season, I thought Walker Little had the potential to be one of the top tacklkes in the 2020 class. Unfortunately, he hurt his knee and missed the majority of the season before deciding to return for another year. To make matters worse, he chose to opt out of the 2020 season, meaning he will go nearly two years without playing a game. Right now, I think that is dominating the narrative of his draft stock but if he can prove healthy and fit during his workouts, someone may take chance on him in the top 50. If the Colts pass on a tackle in the first round, don't be surprised if it's them turning in Little's card.

~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
55 Pittsburgh
Creed Humphrey
Oklahoma
OC
Reach/Value:
+17
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
320
Creed Humphrey NFL Draft photo
DraftTek has been slotting Centers to the Steelers all season with an eye to filling in at Guard or eventually replacing future HoF Center Maurkice Pouncey. While the Steelers seem to have gotten lucky with the 2020 RD4 pick of Guard Kevin Dotson, they've been ignoring the depth at Center for years. Pouncey has a year left under contract, but he's heavily considering retirement at this point. Whether Pouncey has one more season in him or hangs it up, the team needs to get a starter-quality Center soon.

Humphrey has a lengthy college resume and should be an easy evaluation. He's a high-character kid, named a Captain as a RS Sophomore, with a high football IQ. He has the size to back up all three interior positions should Pouncey decide to return.
56 Seattle
Rodarius Williams
Oklahoma State
CB
Reach/Value:
+5
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
180
Rodarius Williams NFL Draft photo
Seattle's defense managed to coalesce into a stellar unit down the stretch in 2020. Ken Norton, Jr. and Pete Carroll believe this turn-around came from better communication by the players. An argument could easily be made that valuable contributions by D.J. Reed, Quandre Diggs, and even Tre Flowers on the back end helped stabilize the pass defense. But do not discount Carlos Dunlap's acquisition and Jamal Adams playing through pain. Together they became a dominant pass rush and rarely allowed teams to get in the end zone - ignore that last game against LA.

Realities will have to set in for the Seahawks. This off-season, the defense will have to work on new contracts for UFA's: K.J. Wright, Benson Mayowa, Shaquille Griffin, and Poona Ford. In 2022, that list will include Dunlap, Diggs, Adams, and Jarran Reed (not to mention D.J. Reed). Can the defense survive these cap issues? With reinforcements coming from the draft, it may be possible.

Rodarius Williams is the type of player GM John Schneider might be looking at to replace Griffin, depending on his asking price. Carroll's defense is tasked with taking away the deep threats at the expense of giving the underneath routes. This was Williams' biggest knock at Oklahoma State. But scouts believed he used his length well, which helped him defend 27 passes in his four years as a starter. A player of his skillset already feels like a Seahawk.

~ Jeff Chapman, SEA Analyst
57 LA Rams
Hamsah Nasirildeen
Florida State
S
Reach/Value:
-10
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
215
Hamsah Nasirildeen NFL Draft photo
Compensatory draft picks are projected to give the Rams seven draft picks in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft. John Johnson is likely hitting Free Agency when the new league year begins, but the Los Angeles front office has done a decent job of getting ready for the loss of Johnson. Taylor Rapp, Jordan Fuller, and Terrell Burgess are all recent draftees at the Safety spot but depth is still a need. More than likely we are going to be seeing a "best player available" approach here. Free Safety Hamsah Nasirildeen would fit that strategy. If Johnson does in fact hit the open market, it will leave big void in the Rams' defense that also just lost its Defensive Coordinator.

Bringing in additional depth with a versatile player like Nasirildeen is never a bad idea. The 6'4" safety is a natural run defender coming from the back of the defense. He totaled 91 tackles in 2018 and over 100 in 2019, top 3 in this draft class. A lingering ACL injury has halted his progress, but any team that takes a chance on the former Seminole will be glad they did.

- Talon Graff, Rams Analyst
58 Baltimore
Josh Myers
Ohio State
OC
Reach/Value:
-5
Height:
6'5''
Weight:
312
Josh Myers NFL Draft photo
Centers rarely get drafted early. You'd have to be an elite OC prospect to dream of RD1 consideration, so there's no shame in falling to a later round. It's surprising, as Center remains a vital position in the NFL. Josh Myers could be a steal for the Ravens in RD2 in April. Baltimore needs to find a solid and reliable pivot to improve the interior of their O-Line. Matt Skura is a free agent. Despite being the best running team in the league again in 2020, John Harbaugh will want more consistent line play in 2021. Myers is a plug-and-play prospect straight from an NFL-calibre offense at Ohio State.

- David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst

Please visit our Ravens Team Page where you can see all the team's picks in the 7-round mock and more.
59 Cleveland
Jaelan Phillips
Miami (FL)
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-10
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
255
Jaelan Phillips NFL Draft photo
I will be shocked if Phillips is still available with this pick come August but if he is, I'd break COVID-19 protocol by turning that card into the commissioner in person. Phillips has the potential to be the top pass rusher in this class, but he's very raw at this point in his career. Still, finding that kind of athleticism in a six-foot, five-inch frame is rare, and had Gregory Rousseau not opted out, the pair would have formed the most imposing pass-rush duo in college football. Another year at Miami could have resulted in him being a top ten pick in 2022. Still, if I'm the Browns, I'd gladly settle for being patient with him in 2021 while he develops, before setting him free full-time to rush the quarterback across from Myles Garrett.

~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
60 New Orleans
Jamie Newman
Georgia
QB
Reach/Value:
-17
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
230
Jamie Newman NFL Draft photo
As I laid out in my first-round comment, the Saints' QB of the 'future' is Jameis Winston. So, the Saints will be focusing their 2021 NFL Draft on putting pieces around the former first-overall pick. In the first round, the Saints grabbed the talented WR Rashod Bateman, and here in the second, New Orleans gives Jameis a little more help with...oops...a quarterback? Now you see why I put the word 'future' in quotation marks. Jameis Winston will be the Saints' quarterback for a year or two, but Sean Payton has his sights set on the talented signal-caller out of Georgia, Jamie Newman.

Now, scouts are split on Newman when dissecting his time at Wake Forest and questioning his decision not to play at Georgia after transferring, so the Senior Bowl will be a huge moment for him. He is truly the opposite of Jameis Winston, as he is more of a distributor than a gunslinger. If I had to create a comparison, I might stay in the Bayou and compare Newman to be a mix of Drew Brees and Taysom Hill. What that's going to give you on Sundays is certainly a question, but Newman will almost certainly be a player somewhere in between. In Sean Payton we trust (choose your own punctuation here)

- Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
61 Buffalo
Chazz Surratt
North Carolina
OLB
Reach/Value:
+14
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
230
Chazz Surratt NFL Draft photo
The best trick Big Baller Beane will do in the off-season is to fit Matt Milano under the salary cap for 2021. Will he won't he, especially with big paydays coming for Josh, Tremaine, and Company? Beane's doing his due diligence. I counted scouts at the games of 7 of the top 13 OLBs this year, and 3 more had Bills scouts at their games last year. One of those was Chazz Surratt. Chazz was a QB who changed positions to LB, and was really quick on the uptake, according to the NC staff. "There aren't many people that walk the earth that have the combination of skills that he does", says his North Carolina DC. Other OLBs that had visits more recently are Micah Parsons, Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Baron Browning, Dylan Moses, Cameron McGrone, and Jabril Cox. I trust The Process. Beane will know the market inside-out before meeting with Milano.

- Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst
62 Green Bay
Liam Eichenberg
Notre Dame
OT
Reach/Value:
-19
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
302
Liam Eichenberg NFL Draft photo
Liam Eichenberg, who didn't allow a sack on 951 pass-blocking snaps over the past two seasons, is viewed as one of the higher-floor prospects in a stacked OT class. David Bakhtiari is expected to miss the start of the 2021 season with a torn ACL, so a prospect like Eichenberg could be an option to fill at LT early. Eichenberg exclusively played LT at Notre Dame, so Green Bay would have to believe he has some positional versatility to take him this early.
63 Tampa Bay
Dylan Moses
Alabama
OLB
Reach/Value:
+13
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
235
Dylan Moses NFL Draft photo
It's my guess that 31-year-old Lavonte David will want to get paid one last time after another stellar season. He'll ink a 4-5 year deal with a LB-needy team, as opposed to stick around the Bucs on a 1- or 2-year contract for another pass at the brass ring with Brady. I could be wrong, but for right now, David will become a free agent on March 17, the end of the NFL league year.

With the emergence of guys like Zaven Collins, Nick Bolton, and Jeremiah Owusu-Koromoah, Dylan Moses has been pushed down draft boards to a mid-Day 2 status. Moses, an uber-prospect who famously received scholarship offers as an 8th grader, tore his ACL prior to the 2019 season. Until that time, he'd been a fixture in the early reaches of RD1 among 2020 mock drafts. Though perhaps not his best position, Moses lined up at MIKE for Alabama in the 2020 season, which works well in DC Todd Bowles' defense.
64 Kansas City
Dillon Radunz
North Dakota State
OT
Reach/Value:
-34
Height:
6'6''
Weight:
299
Dillon Radunz NFL Draft photo
Eric Fisher tore his Achilles during the AFC title game. Mitchell Schwartz hasn't played since he injured his back in Week 6. Both are over 30 years of age. Both have high salaries. I've sung this song before... OT is an obvious selection.

Dillon Radunz chalked 32 consecutive starts for the North Dakota State Bisons. Chiefs scouts will get a good look at him during this week's Senior Bowl practices. He's done a yeoman's job protecting Trey Lance's blind sideenroute to 2 National titles and 56-1 record at NDSU. Edge and WR are also top choices for the Chiefs' needs (However, I do like the way Byron Pringle has stepped up for Sammy Watkins' absence).

~KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst

Traded Round 2 Picks:

Houston gets Miami RD2 pick (Laremy Tunsil trade)

Jacksonville gets Minnesota RD2 pick (Yannick Ngakoue trade)


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O/A Rank SEC Conference
Top-30 Players
Psn
3 Ja'Marr Chase
LSU
WR
5 Patrick Surtain II
Alabama
CB
8 Jaylen Waddle
Alabama
WRS
10 Kyle Pitts
Florida
TE
11 DeVonta Smith
Alabama
WR
16 Jaycee Horn
South Carolina
CB
21 Christian Barmore
Alabama
DL3T
25 Alex Leatherwood
Alabama
OT
30 Mac Jones
Alabama
QB
32 Nick Bolton
Missouri
ILB
34 Najee Harris
Alabama
RB
35 Kyle Trask
Florida
QB
37 Trey Smith
Tennessee
OG
39 Tyson Campbell
Georgia
CB
42 Terrace Marshall
LSU
WR
45 Seth Williams
Auburn
WR
50 Dylan Moses
Alabama
OLB
54 Tyler Shelvin
LSU
DL1T
58 Elijah Moore
Ole Miss
WRS
66 Eric Stokes
Georgia
CB
72 Israel Mukuamu
South Carolina
CB
73 Kadarius Toney
Florida
WR
76 Ben Cleveland
Georgia
OG
77 Jamie Newman
Georgia
QB
80 Jabril Cox
LSU
OLB
83 Azeez Ojulari
Georgia
EDGE
91 Tedarrell Slaton
Florida
DL1T
93 Deonte Brown
Alabama
OG
95 Landon Dickerson
Alabama
OC
97 Anthony Schwartz
Auburn
WR
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