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33 Jacksonville
Tyson Campbell
Georgia
CB
Reach/Value:
-14
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
180
Tyson Campbell NFL Draft photo
With the 33rd pick in the 2021 NFL do, the Jacksonville Jaguars select Tyson Campbell, CB Georgia!

Tyson is a fast and physical corner with mobile hips and nimble feet. He was a part of a powerful 1-2 punch for the Bulldogs alongside Eric Stokes, and is known for his aggressive play. He needs to play a little more aggressive in zone coverage, but overall, this is another fantastic selection for Jacksonville!

Grade: B+



- Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst
34 NY Jets
Elijah Moore
Ole Miss
WR
Reach/Value:
-23
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
184
Elijah Moore NFL Draft photo
The Jets could have gone many ways with this pick ( CB, Pass Rusher, TE, RB) and hit a home run, from a filling-a-need perspective, but you can't argue with Joe Douglas' plan of giving his Rookie QB the best chance of success. Adding a weapon like Elijah Moore (84.3% of his targets caught in 2020) to the WR unit may not have been the obvious choice here, but when you can nab first-round talent in RD2, it's a job well done. With Jamison Crowder entering the final year of his contract, this pick looks like the Jets just found his replacement.

Grade: A

- Rich Tinley, Jets Analyst.
35 Denver (Trade)
Javonte Williams
North Carolina
RB
Reach/Value:
-17
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
220
Javonte Williams NFL Draft photo
I predicted a running back to Denver in the second round many times in our mock drafts, but it was always because Etienne had fallen. With he and Najee Harris both going on Day One, the Broncos were apparently unwilling to be patient, and I don't blame them. Williams is the clear third-best runner in this class, and is a tackle-breaking machine with a mean streak in him that will remind some of a slightly-smaller Marshawn Lynch. As much as we've talked about making a change at Quarterback, I think the Broncos are making a terrific decision to take a guy that can make the signal-caller's job easier. Williams can carry it 20-25 times a game, and should have fantasy football nuts drooling.

Grade: A-

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
36 Miami (Trade)
Jevon Holland
Oregon
S
Reach/Value:
-12
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
196
Jevon Holland NFL Draft photo
Miami goes defense again with their first pick in RD2. The Broncos leapfrogged the Fins to get to #35 and may have taken the RB that Miami coveted. No problem. Safety was a need and Jevon Holland gives the extra flexibility of being able to cover Nickel duties.

The former Oregon DB opted out in 2020, but has showed excellent athleticism and playmaking ability in his earlier career. Okay, I would have liked an O-Lineman here, but I'm excited about Holland's potential. Chris Grier is putting together a strong draft class so far.

Grade: B+

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst.
37 Philadelphia
Landon Dickerson
Alabama
OC
Reach/Value:
-24
Height:
6'6''
Weight:
325
Landon Dickerson NFL Draft photo
Philadelphia trades up for the best center in the draft. The Eagles may be thinking about him as an OG with Kelce already manning the C position. Wherever Dickerson ends up playing, he will be a solid presence on the offensive line and should make Jalen Hurts' sophomore season a little easier.

Grade: A
38 New England (Trade)
Christian Barmore
Alabama
DL1T
Reach/Value:
+18
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
310
Christian Barmore NFL Draft photo
After waiting patiently for their first-round QB, the Patriots showed no such restraint in trading up to grab a defensive anchor early in Round 2. Christian Barmore is a classic 3-4 nose tackle a la Vince Wifork who brings strength, power, and technique to the middle of a rebuilding Patriots' D-Line. In the process, Bill Belichick adds to his record-setting propensity for drafting Nick Saban players. A fit on so many levels.

Grade: A
39 Chicago (Trade)
Teven Jenkins
Oklahoma State
OT
Reach/Value:
+8
Height:
6'6''
Weight:
320
Teven Jenkins NFL Draft photo
Another excellent move from the Bears and Ryan Pace. After securing their franchise QB in RD1, the Bears trade up again to help fortify the O-Line. Teven Jenkins was undoubtedly one of the highest-graded OTs on the board as we entered Day 2, and Pace had to have him.

Jenkins' best fit, certainly in his rookie year, is going to be at Right Tackle. The former Oklahoma State man has the versatility to play on the left side or even move inside to OG, if needed. Jenkins is a strong, aggressive player who finishes blocks with a nasty demeanor.

Grade: A

- David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst.
40 Atlanta (Trade)
Richie Grant
UCF
S
Reach/Value:
+10
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
194
Richie Grant NFL Draft photo
With the signing of AJ McCarron to back up Matt Ryan, Safety became the barest cupboard in Atlanta's kitchen. Richie Grant provides the sort of versatile Safety play that teams increasingly covet. He will likely spend a lot of time at the back of the defense, but he can come forward and support in the box, too. Safety seemed the, ahem, safe pick, but there has to be a story to Trevon Moehrig's slide. Still, Atlanta chose the player they wanted at the position they needed badly to fill.

A-
41 Detroit
Levi Onwuzurike
Washington
DL3T
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
293
Levi Onwuzurike NFL Draft photo
With the first two selections for Detroit, a theme is becoming noticeable. That theme being, Holmes and Campbell are going after toughness, grit, and a blend of freak athleticism. In other words, finding guys that will buy into "biting kneecaps". Levi Onwuzurike is vicious, ferocious, and moves well for a big man on the d-line. Just watch these highlights if you're unfamiliar with Levi's work. It's impressive.

Detroit is seemingly going after tone setter, culture, and building block players with Sewell and Onwuzurike and building from the inside out. It's a sound strategy, especially when teams have to line up against Okwara, Brockers, Onwuzurike, and Flowers. I'm happy with the pick, but you do have to wonder when addressing wide receiver is going to happen. Maybe with one of their 3rd rounders? We'll find out.

Grade: B+

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst
42 Miami (Trade)
Liam Eichenberg
Notre Dame
OT
Reach/Value:
-12
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
302
Liam Eichenberg NFL Draft photo
I was just saying that I would have liked an O-Lineman with the 36th pick and, as if by magic, one arrives. Another solid pick by Chris Grier who used some of the Fin's impressive draft capital to make the move up.

Robert Hunt finished 2020 as the Dolphins' Right Tackle, but he should move inside to Guard in 2021. Liam Eichenberg will fill that spot on the outside in his rookie year. Eichenberg was part of an impressive Notre Dame O-Line that excelled in 2020. Eichenberg is a good athlete with great footwork. More notably, he's reliable, durable, and a high-character leader.

Grade: B

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst.
43 Las Vegas (Trade)
Trevon Moehrig
TCU
S
Reach/Value:
+22
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
202
Trevon Moehrig NFL Draft photo
I'm not sure this could have played out much better. In the mid-second round, the Raiders move up to grab a prospect that would have been solid value at #17, landing our Big Board's #21-overall player and consensus top safety Trevon Moehrig. This guy is elite, and projects a Pro-Bowl-caliber centerfielder to pair with Jonathan Abram. There's so much to love about this pick - which fills a desperate need - and I'm excited to see the team move up to grab a player who instantly makes the secondary one of the more compelling young units in the NFL. While I (and everybody, pretty much) was critical of the Alex Leatherwood, if you had told me pre-draft that the Raiders managed to bring in Leatherwood and Moehrig, I would have assumed the order was flipped but would have felt the draft was off to a great start. Two starters. Two needs filled. Solid right tackle. Elite starting safety.

Grade: A+
44 Dallas
Kelvin Joseph
Kentucky
CB
Reach/Value:
-47
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
192
Kelvin Joseph NFL Draft photo
Right now, I-m in a bit of disbelief. It-s not that Joseph or Micah Parsons aren-t talented. However, this is back-to-back picks with character concerns. We shouldn-t be shocked that Jerry Jones would make a pick like this, but Stephen Jones and Will McClay have done a good job at limiting these kind of moves in recent years. Joseph has the skills to be the best corner in this class, and his limited tape reminds me of Janoris Jenkins at Florida. However, Dallas is gambling on another player who could make them shutter every time the phone rings late at night.

Grade: B-

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
45 Jacksonville (Trade)
Walker Little
Stanford
OT
Reach/Value:
-44
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
313
Walker Little NFL Draft photo
With the 45th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select, Walker Little, OT Stanford!

Walker was projected to be a 1st-round talent in this year's draft, but has fallen after opting out the 2020 season. Little is a behemoth of a man at 6'7" 322 lbs and has very nimble feet for a man of his size. He should be a Day 1 starter for the Jaguars should he stay healthy! Grade: A-

- Cody Lachney, DraftTek Senior Analyst!
46 Cincinnati (Trade)
Jackson Carman
Clemson
OT
Reach/Value:
-18
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
335
Jackson Carman NFL Draft photo
As Joe Burrow returns from the knee injury that ruined an outstanding rookie season, he-ll feel a sense of security with the team-s latest addition. Jackson Carman is a 330-pound O-Lineman who can play tackle or guard, and brings a five-star athletic background and experience winning at the top level in college. While he-s not a pure Left Tackle, he moves well for his size and figures to be a solid contributor in Cincy from Day One.

Grade: A
47 LA Chargers
Asante Samuel Jr.
Florida State
CB
Reach/Value:
+24
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
180
Asante Samuel Jr. NFL Draft photo
Snagging first-round grade talent midway through the second at a position of need sounds like a winning approach, doesn-t it? The Chargers were able to pull it off with Florida State CB Asante Samuel Jr at Pick #47. Samuel sat out 2020, but was stellar the year before, picking off four balls and never allowing a hundred-yard receiver. He-s smallish, but has the kind of ball skills and quicks that will be required in the pass-happy AFC West.

Grade: A-
48 San Francisco (Trade)
Aaron Banks
Notre Dame
OG
Reach/Value:
-61
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
330
Aaron Banks NFL Draft photo
With plenty of talented pass catchers and cornerbacks likely to be available later in the draft, the 49ers opt to shore up the interior offensive line. Notre Dame's Aaron Bank's should be able to push for playing time at RG as a rookie and may be viewed as a replacement for LG Laken Tomlinson who is entering a contract year. While I was rooting for Quinn Meinerz, Banks' high football IQ and ability to open holes in the run game makes him a strong fit for the Niners.

Grade: B

-Brett Clancy, 49ers Analyst
49 Arizona
Rondale Moore
Purdue
WRS
Reach/Value:
+21
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
175
Rondale Moore NFL Draft photo
Big things come in small packages. Rondale Moore will provide yet another weapon for Kyler Murray on an explosive Cardinals offense. There are some questions about his ability to make an impact with his small size, but Steve Keim and Co. obviously aren-t concerned. His speed and smooth route-running should more than make up for his measurements.

While Moore is a good pick, Cornerback remains a big elephant in the room for the Cardinals, who are now without a pick until the fifth round.

Grade: B+

- Dylan Rudolph, Cardinals Analyst
50 NY Giants (Trade)
Azeez Ojulari
Georgia
EDGE
Reach/Value:
+32
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
249
Azeez Ojulari NFL Draft photo
Azeez Ojulari is a very raw prospect with a ton of untapped potential. The descendant from Nigerian royalty, was viewed as a potential first-round target for the Giants, but knee issues drove his stock down. He has a great combination of size and speed, as well as the ability to do just about everything. The last two years, Ojulari has 18.5 tackles for loss, 14 sacks, and five forced fumbles. He also had 35 total pressures in 2020.
51 Washington
Samuel Cosmi
Texas
OT
Reach/Value:
+26
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
309
Samuel Cosmi NFL Draft photo
With the 51st pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Washington Football Team select, Samuel Cosmi, OT Texas!

Samuel is a fast-moving big man who is in violent mover on the second level! He's very athletic and plays with a real sense of aggression. He might need to bulk up but this shouldn't be a problem once he starts an NFL strength and conditioning program! Great value!

Grade: A-



- Cody Lachney, DraftTek Senior Analyst
52 Cleveland (Trade)
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah
Notre Dame
OLB
Reach/Value:
+26
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
216
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah NFL Draft photo
Wow. There were many that thought Owusu-Koramoah could have been the Browns' pick at 26. He may never start a game for Cleveland, but that doesn't mean he can't be one of their most impactful defenders. At 216 pounds, he's not going to have a natural position in the base defense. Still, in the nickel package he can make plays in a variety of ways from a variety of allignments. Defensive coordinators are still trying to find ways to maximize the talent of hybrid players like this, and Joe Woods needs to have a role in mind for him. Yes, the Browns have already missed on a guy like this in Jabrill Peppers. However, I just can't imagine a situation where he is not a playmaker for this team.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst

Grade: A
53 Tennessee
Dillon Radunz
North Dakota State
OT
Reach/Value:
-21
Height:
6'6''
Weight:
299
Dillon Radunz NFL Draft photo
Dillon Radunz is a guy who will make people forget about Isaiah Wilson quickly. Randunz is also a better fit for the Titans than Wilson was play wise. Radunz is a heck of an athlete, testing extremely high in vertical and broad jump, the 40 yard dash, and the three cone drill. An athletic tackle fits the Titans' schemes as they run an outside zone with Henry and love to roll Tannehill out of the pocket. Great pick and it fills a big need.

- Jonah Anderson, Titans Analyst

Grade: A
54 Indianapolis
Dayo Odeyingbo
Vanderbilt
DL5T
Reach/Value:
-47
Height:
6'5''
Weight:
279
Dayo Odeyingbo NFL Draft photo
We're still down a Castonzo. Now, Dillon Radunz had just been picked. Mayfield was there. OG Wyatt Davis was still on the board. But watching Odeyingbo's film, you can see his length and explosiveness. Dayo knows how to move for someone that size. Odeyingbo's last two years at Vanderbilt were noteworthy. He compiled seven sacks, 20 tackles for a loss, and one pass defensed. Odeyingbo played in the SEC, playing in 44 career games and starting 29. He finished his career with 125 tackles, 31.0 tackles for loss, 12.0 sacks, one interception, one forced fumble, two recoveries and 22 QB pressures. We'll take it. Maybe make him a OT.

Grade: A-
55 Pittsburgh
Pat Freiermuth
Penn State
TE
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250
Pat Freiermuth NFL Draft photo
The Steelers really, really like Freiermuth. The TE coach Alfredo Roberts worked him out at his pro day where the connection between the two was apparent. Freiermuth has been a weapon for Penn State although the drop off in QB play has kept him under the radar a bit. The Steelers do have a hole in the roster with the retirement of Vance McDonald. This grade is not a slight on Freirmuth, but the team with the last place rushing attack in the NFL that lost 3 OL starters, needs to build the line before adding more skill position guys.

Grade: D+
56 Seattle
D'Wayne Eskridge
Western Michigan
WR
Reach/Value:
-31
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
188
D'Wayne Eskridge NFL Draft photo
You can never quite predict what Pete Carroll and John Schneider are going to do with their highest pick. This year they opt not to trade down and instead grab an undersized home-run threat. At 24 years of age, Eskridge is one of the older prospects in this draft but that comes with experience as a three-year starter at WMU. He is also an absolute burner with sub 4.40 speed that led to 24.3 Yards per target from scrimmage in 2019. It is a new weapon for Russell Wilson, and after this off-season, that may be the most important thing.

Grade: B+
57 LA Rams
Tutu Atwell
Louisville
WRS
Reach/Value:
-69
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
156
Tutu Atwell NFL Draft photo
The Rams have joined the party and made their first selection of draft weekend. Les Snead, from Covid isolation at home, has chosen the smallest player in this year's class. Chatarius (Tutu) Atwell will give Matt Stafford another offensive weapon to target in 2021. The Rams now boast an impressive receiving corps of diverse talents.

Ignore the size for a moment, Tutu is a speedster, with excellent playmaking ability, and change of direction skills. The Louisville man uses size to his advantage and is incredibly elusive in the open field. Sean McVay will have to be creative to ensure the rookie is not resigned to a gadget-only role.

- David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst

Grade: B-
58 Kansas City (Trade)
Nick Bolton
Missouri
ILB
Reach/Value:
+18
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
235
Nick Bolton NFL Draft photo
The Chiefs won the draft before the thing even started. GM Brett Veach made the best possible move by trading our RD1 pick for Orlando Brown.

After inheriting the Ravens' draft spot, Veach selected Mizzou's Nick Bolton, an enforcer with great instincts to the ball. He plays all aspects of the game well: run, coverage, and pass rush. His goal-line stands that resemble hitting a concrete barricade. He sky-rocketed up draft boards after halting LSU earlier this season.

~KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst

Grade: A-
59 Carolina (Trade)
Terrace Marshall
LSU
WR
Reach/Value:
+22
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
200
Terrace Marshall NFL Draft photo
With the 59 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers select, Terrence Marshall, WR LSU!

Terrence Marshall will be reunited with former LSU passing game coordinator and current Panthers' OC, Joe Brady to add another dynamic playmaker to the Panthers' receiving core! Marshall is a nightmare matchup from the slot and is a perfect replacement for the loss of Curtis Samuel in Free Agency!

- Cody Lachney, DraftTek Senior Analystbr>
Grade: A+
60 New Orleans
Pete Werner
Ohio State
ILB
Reach/Value:
-40
Height:
6'3''
Weight:
239
Pete Werner NFL Draft photo
Pete Werner is an instinctive, hard-working LB who excels at covering TEs in pass coverage and has the speed to stay downfield with faster RBs. The 3-year starter for the Buckeyes crushed it at his Pro Day, running a 4.58. He finished his career at Ohio State with 185 total tackles, 16 for a loss, including 4 QB sacks, and 4 force fumbles.

The Saints have made valiant effort in the past to fix their LB needs. Last season the team added Kwon Alexander just before the trade deadline. Unfortunately, the $13 million LB tore his Achilles shortly after the ink dried. He is now looking for a new team.

Grade: B-
61 Buffalo
Carlos Basham Jr.
Wake Forest
DL5T
Reach/Value:
+16
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
285
Carlos Basham Jr. NFL Draft photo
Boogie Basham is a Buffalo Bill. Now I know BillsMafia was expecting Iffy or Creed, but hear me out; the Bills' DL now has two of the top three EDGE rushers in tackles for loss and tackles per game, both tops in the ACC. They learned the formula for taking down the Chiefs and Bucs, and it's pressure. Speaking of pressure, Beane's taking the team's most expensive position room and bringing it way down to afford Josh Allen and Tremaine Edmunds. Boogie's a great interview; listen here. -Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst

Grade: A-
62 Green Bay
Josh Myers
Ohio State
OC
Reach/Value:
-20
Height:
6'5''
Weight:
312
Josh Myers NFL Draft photo
While the Packers have largely elected to run it back, Corey Linsley was the biggest contributor on either side of the ball to get away. GM Brian Gutekunst will look to replace him with another Ohio State OC in Josh Myers. The selection in RD2 makes you think that Green Bay believes he'll be able to step in as a starter immediately, freeing up Elgton Jenkins to contribute as an OT if Bakhtiari isn't ready in the opening weeks of the season. Myers was the fourth OC on our Big Board, with Humphrey and Meinerz still available. With 6 sacks and 27 pressures credited to him the last two years, Myers feels like a bit of a reach here.

- James Siebers, Packers Analyst (Twitter @DraftTekPackers)

Grade: C
63 Kansas City
Creed Humphrey
Oklahoma
OC
Reach/Value:
+17
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
320
Creed Humphrey NFL Draft photo
After earning a Super Bowl record of 29 QB pressures the Chiefs got the message the line needed an upgrade. OU Center Creed Humphrey has anchored the Sooner offensive line for some very talented quarterbacks in his college career, and has been as solid as a rock. The 3-time All American has not allowed a sack in his college career. That is 2,327 snaps over 37 career games!

~KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst

Grade: A
64 Tampa Bay
Kyle Trask
Florida
QB
Reach/Value:
-15
Height:
6'4''
Weight:
240
Kyle Trask NFL Draft photo
With the 64th in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select, Kyle Trask, QB Florida!

Tampa Bay elects to draft their heir apparent to Tom Brady by drafting the technically-sound Florida QB! While not necessarily twitched up, he has a thick lower frame and delivers the football with nice touch and accuracy on deep and intermediate passes!

- Cody Lachney, DraftTek Senior Analyst

Grade: B+


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O/A Rank SEC Conference
Top-30 Players
Psn
3 Ja'Marr Chase
LSU
WR
5 Kyle Pitts
Florida
TE
7 Jaylen Waddle
Alabama
WRS
8 Patrick Surtain II
Alabama
CB
9 DeVonta Smith
Alabama
WR
13 Jaycee Horn
South Carolina
CB
15 Mac Jones
Alabama
QB
18 Azeez Ojulari
Georgia
EDGE
20 Christian Barmore
Alabama
DL3T
27 Alex Leatherwood
Alabama
OT
37 Terrace Marshall
LSU
WR
40 Nick Bolton
Missouri
ILB
42 Najee Harris
Alabama
RB
43 Trey Smith
Tennessee
OG
44 Kadarius Toney
Florida
WR
47 Tyson Campbell
Georgia
CB
49 Jamin Davis
Kentucky
ILB
51 Jabril Cox
LSU
OLB
57 Elijah Moore
Ole Miss
WRS
59 Ben Cleveland
Georgia
OG
61 Landon Dickerson
Alabama
OC
66 Seth Williams
Auburn
WR
70 Eric Stokes
Georgia
CB
71 Tyler Shelvin
LSU
DL1T
78 Dylan Moses
Alabama
OLB
79 Kyle Trask
Florida
QB
85 Kellen Mond
Texas A&M
QB
91 Kelvin Joseph
Kentucky
CB
101 Dayo Odeyingbo
Vanderbilt
DL5T
103 Anthony Schwartz
Auburn
WR
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