2021 NFL Draft Results - RD2 Picks 33-64


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33 Atlanta (SIM Trade)
Caleb Farley
Virginia Tech
CB
Reach/Value:
+2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
197
Caleb Farley NFL Draft photo
Simulated Trade: Jaguars trade #25, #33 and #65 to Falcons in exchange for #4.

The first benefit of adding so many picks is that a team can afford to gamble a bit on high upside. That's certainly the case with Farley, who combines early first-round talent with enough injury red flags to fill a Soviet parade.


While Farley could become a terrific partner to A.J. Terrell to create a much stronger coverage unit, he could also flame out spectacularly with injuries. Taking Farley in the first round with only a few picks to fill holes is risky. With multiple picks, it's much more justifiable to roll the dice here.
34 NY Jets
Greg Newsome II
Northwestern
CB
Reach/Value:
+10
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
190
Greg Newsome II NFL Draft photo
After Newsome's fabulous pro-day he skyrocketed into RD1 territory, capturing the CB-3 designation for a period of time. Nothing has changed with Newsome, he looks like a victim of a too-early Pro Day. He's still the guy who ran a 4.37 40 with a 40-inch Vert and 18 reps on the bench, all on a prototype 6'0", 192 frame. Still the guy who led all qualifying CBs in his draft class with a 31.7 NFL Passer Rating Against. Newsome is a PBU machine, racking up 25 in a 21-game NCAA career.

On the side of "needs improvment", he missed lots of games to injury in his career - 3 in 2020, 3 in 2019 and 8 in 2018. That's 14 missed games versus 21 played games.
35 Atlanta
Najee Harris
Alabama
RB
Reach/Value:
-6
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
230
Najee Harris NFL Draft photo
With glaring needs on the defensive line and secondary addressed, Atlanta can add a feature back. The additions of Mike Davis and Cordarrelle Patterson have added intriguing options to the Falcons' rushing attack, but they need a "bell cow," and Harris certainly looks the part. Again, trading down allows them to spend a high-profile pick on a "luxury" because they will have plenty of picks left to address in the Left Guard/Center and Safety positions. Matt Ryan and Arthur Smith both need a rushing attack to be successful. Harris helps immensely.
36 Miami (Trade)
Zaven Collins
Tulsa
OLB
Reach/Value:
+2
Height:
6'4''
Weight:
260
Zaven Collins NFL Draft photo
It's quite right that the Dolphins use RD1 to target offensive needs. Heck, we should use all of our 8 picks on offensive players if it means we get a true evaluation of Tua by season's end. Defense might be a draft-weekend afterthought, but there will be times when the value is too high to ignore.


The term "freak" is overused in draft-prospect analysis. However, sometimes it's the only word that accurately describes a player. Zaven Collins is a freak who has no notable weaknesses to his game. Adding a player like Collins to Miami's already-impressive D, seems just a little unfair.

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst

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37 Philadelphia
Terrace Marshall
LSU
WR
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
200
Terrace Marshall NFL Draft photo
Once I read (for whatever that's worth) that the Eagles had interest in WR Terrace Marshall Jr., I began watching more and more of his game action. If, prior to knowing anything about any of the LSU players, you had told me that one of their WRs was a 4.38 guy, I never would have guessed it was Marshall; he just doesn't look that fast on the field. He DOES look like a grown man on the field, though, and he certainly won't be mistaken for Devonta Smith. The more I watched Marshall Jr., the more I liked him, and his Relative Athletic Score of 9.77 is thir- best among all WRs in this class.
38 Cincinnati
Jalen Mayfield
Michigan
OT
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
320
Jalen Mayfield NFL Draft photo
The Bengals missed out on Penei Sewell in the first round and took a risk passing on an Offensive Tackle in favor of TE Kyle Pitts. Well, they luck out here, as former Michigan behemoth Jalen Mayfield remains on the board at Pick #38. Mayfield may be better off inside at Guard, but he will be a plug-and-play starter from Day One. I would assume that he and Riley Reiff would compete at RT, with the winner staying outside and the loser moving inside. While I would prefer a combination of OT Rashawn Slater and, say, WR Kadarius Toney here in the second round, Bengals fans shouldn't be upset with two key starters on offense in the first two rounds of the draft.

- Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
39 Carolina
Nick Bolton
Missouri
ILB
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
235
Nick Bolton NFL Draft photo
With many of their top CB prospects off the board, the Panthers shore up their LB core by drafting Nick Bolton, LB Missouri!

While slightly undersized for the position, Bolton is a nightmare running through the A and B gaps and destroying runners with a tackle for loss! Bolton is a downhill thumper who rarely ever takes a bad angle to the football. He will need some work flipping his hips in coverage, but he has all the physical tools necessary to be a 3-down LB in the NFL! He will be a Day One starter for the Panthers in 2021!

- Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst
40 Denver
Jayson Oweh
Penn State
EDGE
Reach/Value:
+2
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
257
Jayson Oweh NFL Draft photo
I really like the possibility of the Broncos grabbing one of the top pass rushers if they fall out of the first round. I'm not sure I'd be comfortable with Gregory Rousseau standing up in Vic Fangio's defense, but Kwity Paye, Jaelan Phillips, and Oweh could all make that transition in the NFL.


The reason I like this fit is because Oweh is very unpolished despite his incredible physical gifts. Allowing him to rotate with Von Miller and Bradley Chubb as he learns from two of the better edge rushers in football could be very beneficial to his development. Also, it would allow Denver to shop Miller at the trade deadline knowing he's 32 and in the final year of his contract.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
41 Detroit
Joseph Ossai
Texas
EDGE
Reach/Value:
+6
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
253
Joseph Ossai NFL Draft photo
When Dan Campbell gave his historic introductory press conference and talked about "biting kneecaps" off, being from the Motor City myself, I got amped up and understood the analogy, to never quit and don't ever give up. These are things that constantly come to mind when watching Texas EDGE rusher Joseph Ossai and the more I watch of him, the more I fall in love with this prospect.

Take a look at this play against Oklahoma where he seemed totally out of the play. Where most players would fall back thinking they have nothing to contribute, Ossai kept going, tracked the ball carrier down and forced a fumble. I love it. He also made the same type of high effort play against Oklahoma State causing a sack. His motor is elite and he would fit in perfectly with what Campbell, Holmes, and the Lions front office is trying to change culturally.

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst
42 NY Giants
Carlos Basham Jr.
Wake Forest
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-12
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
285
Carlos Basham Jr. NFL Draft photo
EDGE is the top need for the Giants. In 2020, six edge rushers on the Giants' roster produced just 10.5 sacks. This pick really should target EDGE, but a run on quality prospects, coupled with an unexpected availability of top players at other positions of need (CB, OT in particular) might factor in. This mock shows a run in progress, but the G-Men manage to snare the last of the RD2 talents in Carlos "Boogie" Basham.

Basham isn't the best fit for the Giants' 3-4 base defense at 274 lbs, but it seems the draft is short on true 3-4 outside LBs, at least in the top-100. Gettleman will need to make some trade-offs. WalterFootball aptly discusses how the Giants can use the talented Basham effectively.
43 San Francisco
Kadarius Toney
Florida
WR
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
5'11''
Weight:
190
Kadarius Toney NFL Draft photo
With the 43rd pick, the 49ers are in a great position to just let the draft come to them. In this mock, Florida WR Kadarius Toney slides, and San Francisco snags him to be their WR3. Toney only has one year of high-end production, but his elite agility and ability to fight through tackles will put him right at home with the YAC Bros. Toney played primarily from the slot in college, but with some added weight should be able to hold up outside. He also offers value as a returner and can even take snaps out of the backfield.

- Brett Clancy, 49ers Analyst
44 Dallas
Jevon Holland
Oregon
S
Reach/Value:
-5
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
196
Jevon Holland NFL Draft photo
After years of Dallas devaluing the safety position, it appears that is changing with Dan Quinn running this defense. Quinn has been in attendance at several Pro Days for top safeties, including Holland's. There, Holland showed terrific athleticism that pair with his outstanding instincts and position-flexibility. He's got some "Earl Thomas" to his game, while not being quite as elite in any one area such as Thomas was coming out of Texas.

~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
45 Jacksonville (Trade)
Rondale Moore
Purdue
WRS
Reach/Value:
+16
Height:
5'7"
Weight:
165
Rondale Moore NFL Draft photo
Rondale Moore will provide Trevor Lawrence with an amped-up, turbo-charged version of Amari Rodgers that T-Law used so effectively at Clemson.
  • Rodgers: 5'9" 212, Vert 33, Bench 24, 40 4.51, Short Shuttle 4.36, 3-Cone 7.12
  • Moore: 5'7" 180, Vert 42.5, Bench 24, 40 4.29, Short Shuttle 4.01, 3-Cone 6.68
Moore possesses, arguably, better athleticism compared to any WR in the draft. His stature and injury history pushes Moore down boards, though. Moore has played in just 7 games in the past two seasons, but has played exceptionally: in just 278 snaps played, Moore has caught 77 passes. That's 11 per game. So Moore's the pick, and yes, we did notice Pat Freiermuth's availability in this mock.
46 New England
Tylan Wallace
Oklahoma State
WR
Reach/Value:
-13
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
185
Tylan Wallace NFL Draft photo
The Patriots depth chart lists Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor as starters. Although Agholor has taken on #1 WR roles in Las Vegas and in Philly, no one is mistaking him for one of the leagues elite receivers. Of 84 WRs who were targeted 50 or more times in 2020, Agholor was ranked mid-pack at #43 by ProFootballFocus.com. Bourne ranked #45, and N'Keal Harry #77. And how long until Bill Belichick tires of Agholor's drops, where he ranked 4th in the NFL in 2020 with 9.


Tylan Wallace has been one of the most productive receivers in college football in his career with 205 receptions for 3424 yards and 26 TDs. Though he rarely played the slot at OSU, that's where he'll likely play for Coach B. Wallace didn't have the over-the-top pro day, but no worries he joined the sub 4.4 40 club at the EXOS Combine. Best of all, only 4 drops in 92 targets in 2020.
47 LA Chargers
Trey Smith
Tennessee
OG
Reach/Value:
+4
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
330
Trey Smith NFL Draft photo
The Chargers added two starting guards this offseason in Matt Feiler and Oday Aboushi, but the team lacks depth or long-term talent behind those two. Trey Smith of Tennessee is a huge and highly-regarded athlete who started at LT as a freshman before health issues cost him most of a season. With his blood-clot scares now apparently under control, Smith is a versatile and experienced guard who will elevate the unit while learning on the job.
48 Las Vegas
Liam Eichenberg
Notre Dame
OT
Reach/Value:
-7
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
302
Liam Eichenberg NFL Draft photo
While this is rated as a slight reach and Eichenberg is probably one of the last tackles that projects as a starter, I do see this of an immediate starter. There's no doubt in my mind that the three-year starter at one of the nation's premier offensive lineman producing schools is an upgrade over Brandon Parker the moment he dons the Silver & Black.

Playing on the left side in college, Eichenberg projects as a right tackle in the NFL - probably a solid, if unspectacular, starter. Should the Raiders hold at #48 and make these selections, the team would have a significantly upgraded defense, and a stablized offensive line that should be roughly on par (while much cheaper and younger) than last year's injury-riddled unit. Not a bad start to the draft, especially with two more Day Two picks on hand.
49 Arizona
Pat Freiermuth
Penn State
TE
Reach/Value:
-7
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250
Pat Freiermuth NFL Draft photo
As it stands, this pick is the Cardinals' last until the fifth round, Pick #150. While a guard or another offensive weapon is needed here, expect a trade-back in the first or second round to secure a couple more selections for Day 2 and 3 of the draft.


For right now, though, the pick is Pat Freiermuth, the big Penn State target over the middle that will help young quarterback Kyler Murray - who threw nine of his 12 interceptions over the middle in 2020 - almost immediately. Freiermuth's big frame and run-blocking ability should also immediately benefit the Cardinals' ground game that, outside of Murray's scramble ability, struggled to get anything going in the run game, averaging 2.65 yards a carry on outside runs last season. Should Arizona stick with its pick here, Freiermuth is an easy choice to round out an ever-impressive roster of talent on the offensive side of the ball.
50 Miami
Javonte Williams
North Carolina
RB
Reach/Value:
-4
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
220
Javonte Williams NFL Draft photo
It could be argued that RB is Miami's biggest need. I'd struggle to name all the Backs that have carries for Miami over the last 10 years; many have tried; many have failed. Tua must dream of handing the ball to Larry Csonka or Ricky Williams. Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed are limited and best used in a complementary role.

I'm not a fan of drafting a RB in RD1. Desperation could lead the Fins to target Najee Harris or Travis Etienne early, but RD2 should still see plenty of talented guys available. North Carolina's Javonte Williams could be as good as Harris or Etienne.

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst

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51 Washington
Andre Cisco
Syracuse
S
Reach/Value:
+3
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
203
Andre Cisco NFL Draft photo
Aside from Offensive Tackle and Linebacker, a true Free Safety is clearly Washington's biggest need. While Kam Curl excelled both as a dime LB and a SS last year, coaches don't believe he has the range to play FS in single-high or cover 3. Andre Cisco gave up a ton of plays at Syracuse, but he also made more plays (13 INT in 24 career games) than any other safety in the draft. If Ron Rivera can fix some of Cisco's bad habits (guessing vs the pass and getting beat deep/taking bad angles vs the run), Cisco could very quickly become one of the best playmaking safeties in the league, similar to Malik Hooker when he was coming out of Ohio State.

- Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
52 LA Chargers (SIM Trade)
Elijah Molden
Washington
CB
Reach/Value:
-10
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
186
Elijah Molden NFL Draft photo
Simulated Trade: Bears trade #20 and #52 to Chargers in exchange for #13 and #118.

Picking up a bonus second-rounder in trade is as big a blessing as a cancelled meeting, and the Chargers take advantage by nabbing a key specialist for the modern hybrid defense. Elijah Molden of Washington is a slot corner supreme who has the quickness, ball skills, and tackling ability that should make him a fan and coaching staff favorite. While a terrific athlete, Molden lacks elite long speed; hence his slot corner label and availability in the second round.
53 Tennessee
Jackson Carman
Clemson
OT
Reach/Value:
-12
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
335
Jackson Carman NFL Draft photo
Do you trust the Titans' Offensive Line Coach? If you do, then hope the Titans draft OT Jackson Carman.


Carman is huge even for an OT, coming in at 6'5" 335 lbs. He has struggled with inconsistency, turning in both eye-popping performances as well as "meh" performances. If you put a lot of stock in arm length as it relates to offensive line production, then Carman should worry you. All that height only comes with 32 1/2-inch arms. Carman's big and has shown flashes of brilliance, but can he come in and make Titans fans forget the Isaiah Wilson debacle? It's on you, Keith Carter.

- Jonah Anderson, Titans Analyst
54 Indianapolis
Daviyon Nixon
Iowa
DL3T
Reach/Value:
+12
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
305
Daviyon Nixon NFL Draft photo
The Colts' Pick #13 last year was turned over to the Niners for DT DeForest Buckner. Buckner's numbers are among the best in the league --4th in sacks, 3rd in assists,3rd in forced fumbles ...and 2nd in Cap Hit at 8.9% of total. D-Line is second-highest in positional spending, and you draft young talent to bring that down.

Nixon has the size, speed, and explosion to provide TFL (tops in the Big Ten) and he creates consistent pressure as a pass rusher and run defender. Colts Nation will love his energy and enthusiasm, not to mention his work ethic, consistency, and motor. Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year in 2020. Nixon led the Big Ten in sacks, unlike Jayson Oweh, who had....none.
55 Pittsburgh
Creed Humphrey
Oklahoma
OC
Reach/Value:
+9
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
320
Creed Humphrey NFL Draft photo
The Steelers need to get to work on improving the offensive line. This line last year could not get a push in the run game and wasn't even asked to pass-protect long with Ben having the lowest Time To Throw stat in the league. This underwhelming unit went on to lose Pouncey, Feiler, and Villanueva to retirement and Free Agency. They're rolling with a pair of fairly green Tackles with no depth, and former backup Finney in pencil at Center.

Humphrey, the first Center off the board, is a steal here in the second. This is a player that reasonably may have a first-round grade from the team at a position of need. He has multiple years of durable, quality play for the Sooners and showed excellent athletic traits at his Pro Day.
56 Seattle
Ifeatu Melifonwu
Syracuse
CB
Reach/Value:
-24
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
212
Ifeatu Melifonwu NFL Draft photo
There are some grumblings that the Seattle front office is enamored with Ifeatu Melifonwu and would consider him in the first round if they still owned their RD1 selection. It is possible this is a smokescreen per the usual pre-draft dance teams engage in, but can they afford to play that game? Melifonwu is a corner blessed with long arms over 32" that Pete Carroll covets, plus he projects as a Cover-3 corner - hey, isn't that what the Seahawks run?

In RD4, the Hawks target Center Jimmy Morrissey. The former Pitt product is a little undersized for the traditional Seattle interior, but previous back-up (Joey Hunt) fits the same bill and provided offensive line flexibility in the blocking scheme they could incorporate. Another Center to look out for would be Josh Meyers from Ohio State if the Seahawks do not go the Melifonwu route in RD1.

Austin Watkins of UAB is the name to watch if Seattle decides to address WR3. Watkins wowed at the Senior Bowl where John Schneider prefers to scout future members of the team. Reports indicate that Watkins is a natural leader in the locker room and possess strong hands that help create big plays down field.

~ Jeff Chapman, SEA Analyst
57 LA Rams
Joe Tryon
Washington
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-9
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
262
Joe Tryon NFL Draft photo
One of the most recent high-risers of the NFL Draft, could Joe Tryon even creep into Night One? There is a number of edge defenders who could be taken within the first two rounds of draft action, but Tryon could be the shiniest new toy for recently-hired Defensive Coordinator Raheem Morris. It wouldn't be long for the former Washington Husky to earn himself some playing time. There will most likely be some rust that has to be knocked off due to his opting out of the 2020 season, but Tryon is a stud who can play standing up or with his hand in the dirt. Playing alongside Aaron Donald doesn't hurt his chances for success, either.
58 Baltimore
Landon Dickerson
Alabama
OC
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'6''
Weight:
325
Landon Dickerson NFL Draft photo
The Ravens are making provision for the potential loss of Orlando Brown Jr. Brown has yet to find a new home, but it seems inevitable that he'll leave Baltimore. Alejandro Villanueva, surprisingly still unsigned, is visiting and would be a nice, veteran addition.

Whatever happens with the Tackle spots, Center remains the biggest need for Baltimore's O-Line. If not for injury, Landon Dickerson could easily have been selected in RD1. There is nothing wrong with Dickerson's talent and he'd bring leadership and aggression to Lamar's protective unit.

- David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst

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59 Cleveland
Nico Collins
Michigan
WR
Reach/Value:
-66
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
222
Nico Collins NFL Draft photo
I've doubled-up on defense plenty over the last several months, but let's not discount the possibility of a receiver being drafted early by the Browns. It wasn't that long ago when rumors of Odell Beckham Jr's days in Cleveland being numbered were being echoed across the league. His contract coming off the books could also clear up $15M in space coming off the books in each of the next two years. That would be a big help considering guys like Nick Chubb, Denzel Ward and possibly Baker Mayfield could be up for extensions.

~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
60 New Orleans
Amon-Ra St. Brown
USC
WR
Reach/Value:
-3
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
195
Amon-Ra St. Brown NFL Draft photo
Amon-Ra St. Brown, who, as his father states, "is a lion who cannot live with the lambs." Had it not been for the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Brown may have ended his USC career with back-to-back 1,000-yard.


In another stacked receiver draft class, the Saints are fortunate that St. Brown isn't getting enough attention. He is a shifty and physical receiver with great technique. He runs polished crossing routes, has great hands, and possesses a great football IQ.
61 Buffalo
Marvin Wilson
Florida State
DL1T
Reach/Value:
-7
Height:
6'6''
Weight:
325
Marvin Wilson NFL Draft photo
DL1T Star Lotulelei, despite turning 33 in December, is more of an expense to release, and had he decided to retire the Bills would have incurred a dead-cap hit of $12M in 2021. Leslie Frasier is hopeful Lotulelei makes a big difference in the D's pressure rate, despite his age and opt-out. The Bills spend the 4th-most on its Defensive Line, the team's greatest positional expense, and the best way to winnow it down is an influx of youth.

Marvin Wilson's winning demeanor, quickness, and versatility (NT, 1T, 3T, any scheme) gets the nod here, but a wrestler who plays Center and Guard is this mock's next pick.
62 Green Bay
Quinn Meinerz
UW-Whitewater
OC
Reach/Value:
-20
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
320
Quinn Meinerz NFL Draft photo
The Packers have spent much of the offseason retaining their own players and "running it back" after back-to-back NFCCG appearances. Corey Linsley, coming off an All-Pro season, is the only preferred starter Green Bay was unable to retain.

Quinn Meinerz is more than a feel-good story from a local prospect. Meinerz was one of the top players at Senior Bowl practices, posted a 9.98 RAS at his Pro Day, and showed the positional versatility to contribute at OC/OG. While the need for a Swing Tackle has dominated the headlines, a stalwart iOL could be the bigger priority for GM Brian Gutekunst.
63 Washington (SIM Trade)
Brevin Jordan
Miami (FL)
TE
Reach/Value:
-34
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
245
Brevin Jordan NFL Draft photo
Simulated Trade: Chiefs trade #31, #63 and a 2022 pick to Washington in exchange for #19.

Instead of reaching for a LB or OT at 19, Washington smartly moved down 13 picks and still nabbed a player they would've taken in the first place. In trading down, Washington adds versatile 'F' TE Brevin Jordan, who should quickly become a matchup player in the slot for the Burgundy and Gold. Jordan had a disappointing Pro Day, running just a 4.69 40 and only jumping 31.5 inches in the vert, but his play on the field paints a much more athletically diverse picture. While QB Davis Mills or Kyle Trask could also be an option here, I trust Ron Rivera when he says the organization isn't going to force a move at QB. Fitzmagic has a new weapon in WFT's offense.

-Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
64 Tampa Bay
Levi Onwuzurike
Washington
DL3T
Reach/Value:
+12
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
293
Levi Onwuzurike NFL Draft photo
Continuing with the theme of bolstering those positions that have pencil-thin depth, GM Jason Licht moves to the interior DL with Levi Onwuzurike here. Per NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah: "It's probably one of the worst defensive tackle groups that we've had in the last decade". Which isn't to say there is no talent at all.

Onwuzurike is perhaps the most well-rounded tackle in the class. The backend of the 2nd round is a great spot to pick up a talent that may need a year or two of acclimitization to the NFL, and can learn while rotationally spelling Ndamukong Suh and Vita Vea.


Traded Round 2 Picks: details on traded picks can be found on the Trade Value Chart.

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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
12 Jaycee Horn
South Carolina
CB
15 Mac Jones
Alabama
QB
20 Azeez Ojulari
Georgia
EDGE
21 Christian Barmore
Alabama
DL3T
28 Alex Leatherwood
Alabama
OT
35 Terrace Marshall
LSU
WR
39 Nick Bolton
Missouri
ILB
40 Najee Harris
Alabama
RB
43 Trey Smith
Tennessee
OG
44 Kadarius Toney
Florida
WR
47 Tyson Campbell
Georgia
CB
50 Dylan Moses
Alabama
OLB
53 Jabril Cox
LSU
OLB
58 Elijah Moore
Ole Miss
WRS
60 Ben Cleveland
Georgia
OG
61 Tyler Shelvin
LSU
DL1T
62 Landon Dickerson
Alabama
OC
69 Seth Williams
Auburn
WR
71 Eric Stokes
Georgia
CB
79 Kellen Mond
Texas A&M
QB
82 Kyle Trask
Florida
QB
87 Jamin Davis
Kentucky
ILB
94 Kelvin Joseph
Kentucky
CB
100 Dayo Odeyingbo
Vanderbilt
DL5T
102 Anthony Schwartz
Auburn
WR
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