2021 NFL Mock Draft 1.1

Round 2

UPDATED: April 20, 2021


33. Jacksonville Jaguars: Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State
The Jaguars’ tight end room is rather barren. Pat Freiermuth provides Trevor Lawrence with a reliable pass catcher. Freiermuth is a good blocker and a tough tackle with the ball in his hands.


34. New York Jets: Creed Humphrey, OL, Oklahoma
With the Jets going defense with pick 25, they’ll focus on bolstering their offensive line at the top of the second. Creed Humphrey isn’t flashy, but he’ll become a stable piece on the Jets’ interior line.


35. Atlanta Falcons: Wyatt Davis, OL, Ohio State
The Falcons desperately need to shore up the interior of their offensive line. Wyatt Davis is an aggressive guard who is quick to establish leverage. Davis has the experience to step in right away as a starter.


36. Miami Dolphins: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
The Dolphins lack a clear-cut feature back. Najee Harris is an imposing player with incredible athleticism. Harris displays vision, patience, and is quick to make his cut when an opening presents itself.


37. Philadelphia Eagles: Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State
The Eagles have needs at both outside and nickel corner. Asante Samuel Jr. is an athletic defensive back with impressive strength. His physicality makes receivers earn their catches, and he has proven himself a reliable tackler.


38. Cincinnati Bengals: Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida
With the Bengals going offensive line early, they find Joe Burrow a speedy threat at 38. Kadarius Toney is a slot receiver with reliable hands. His elusiveness made him one of the toughest receivers to tackle in this year’s class.


39. Carolina Panthers: Liam Eichenberg, OL, Notre Dame
Following the Sam Darnold trade, the Panthers will look to strengthen their offensive line. Liam Eichenberg is an experienced tackle with great technique.


40. Denver Broncos: Chazz Surratt, LB, North Carolina
The Broncos need of a linebacker, especially one they can rely on in coverage. Chazz Surratt helps them in that regard while also providing them with a defender who has great athleticism and instincts.


41. Detroit Lions: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
Trevon Moehrig provides value and a needed boost to the Lions’ secondary. Moehrig is an aggressive safety who can deliver a hit and be effective in coverage.


42. New York Giants: Joseph Ossai, EDGE, Texas
Joseph Ossai is an upside pick who should get better with more experience. Ossai has a terrific motor and a violent rushing style.


43. San Francisco 49ers: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
Rondale Moore is a speedy receiver who is not afraid to make difficult catches in heavy traffic. His quickness makes him a match-up nightmare and buys him separation from defenders.


44. Dallas Cowboys: Carlos Basham Jr., EDGE, Wake Forest
Carlos Basham can provide a needed boost to the Cowboys’ pass rush. Basham has great energy as a rusher and routinely attracts double teams. Pairing this with his intelligence, he is a well-rounded prospect.


45. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jevon Holland, S, Oregon
Capable of moving around in the secondary, Jevon Holland provides the Jaguars with versatility. Holland is an intelligent defender who has a complete game. He is talented in pass coverage and is a threat as a blitzer.


46. New England Patriots: Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU
Despite their free agent signings, the Patriots may look for another receiver early in the draft. Terrace Marshall has reliable hands and adjusts well on poor throws.


47. Los Angeles Chargers: Dillon Radunz, OL, North Dakota State
Dillon Radunz helps provide some needed protection for Justin Herbert. Radunz is a skilled blocker who does a great job establishing leverage.


48. Las Vegas Raiders: Richie Grant, S, UCF
The Raiders’ defense was shredded through the air this past season. Richie Grant provides aggression at the safety position and has proven himself a reliable tackler.


49. Arizona Cardinals: Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson
Travis Etienne provides value at 49 and adds a dynamic weapon to the Cardinals’ offense. Etienne is a smooth runner and has established himself as a threat through the air.


50. Miami Dolphins: Landon Dickerson, OL, Alabama
Landon Dickerson provides an instant upgrade at center. Dickerson has ideal size and technique. He could prove to be a steal if he overcomes his injury concerns.


51. Washington Football Team: Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri
Nick Bolton overcomes his small size with his aggression and motor. He is an absolute missile on blitzes and a stout run defender. Bolton routinely stepped up in crucial goal-line stands at Missouri.


52. Chicago Bears: Davis Mills, QB, Stanford
Andy Dalton is a stopgap option at quarterback, so the Bears may be interested in a developmental prospect. Mills has the arm talent and size to be an intriguing option on day two of the draft.


53. Tennessee Titans: Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss
Elijah Moore provides the Titans with a dangerous slot option. Moore is a playmaker in the open field and has routinely made difficult catches on contested balls.


54. Indianapolis Colts: Joe Tryon, EDGE, Washington
Joe Tryon is an athletic prospect with incredible length. He will need to improve his move set, but the tools are there for a dangerous rusher.


55. Pittsburgh Steelers: Javonte Williams, RB, UNC
Javonte Williams is one of the toughest guys to tackle in the draft. He delivers a killer stiff arm and is capable as a pass-catcher. His versatility makes him a potential three down back.


56. Seattle Seahawks: Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
Eric Stokes is capable of playing inside or outside corner. His size and athleticism will attract teams. On the field, Stokes has the strength to handle physical receivers and has flashed a playmaker with exceptional ball skills.


57. Los Angeles Rams: Jabril Cox, LB, LSU
Jabril Cox is a high motor linebacker who is all over the field. Cox is one of the best coverage linebackers in the draft and can become an immediate contributor.


58. Baltimore Ravens: Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State
Tylan Wallace can be a dynamic threat on offense. Wallace has superior athleticism and tracks well on deep balls. His ability to get behind the defender allows him to draw PIs frequently.


59. Cleveland Browns: Daviyon Nixon, DL, Iowa
Daviyon Nixon is one of the strongest linemen in the draft and embarrassed opposing blockers with regularity. Nixon is a powerful run defender and routinely draws double teams.


60. New Orleans Saints: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
Tyson Campbell will need coaching up, but he has supreme physical tools. His athleticism allows him to shadow receivers and makes him an intriguing option to teams in need of an outside corner.


61. Buffalo Bills: Elijah Molden, CB, Washington
Elijah Molden is one of my favorite corner prospects. Molden is an intelligent and instinctive defender. He is an aggressive defensive back who is not afraid to step up and make a big tackle.


62. Green Bay Packers: Aaron Robinson, CB, UCF
The Packers have needs at both inside and outside corner. Aaron Robinson is a physical defensive back who does not let the receiver off the line without a fight.


63. Kansas City Chiefs: Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
Amon-Ra St. Brown is an athletic receiver who is capable of making ‘wow’ plays. St. Brown does a great job moving with the quarterback on extended plays and positioning himself in windows.


64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Levi Onwuzurike, DL, Washington
Levi Onwuzurike is stout in run defense. He shines as a pass rusher thanks to his initial push, set of moves, and ability to consistently collapse the pocket.

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