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Pro Prospect Rankings – NFL Draft 2021

Pro Prospect Rankings – NFL Draft 2021

February 2021 Rankings
Offensive Players – Top 10 Rankings

* underclassmen
          Player              Ht/Wt     School
Quarterbacks
1 * Trevor Lawrence 6-6, 215 Clemson
2 * Zach Wilson 6-3, 210 Brigham Young
3 * Trey Lance 6-4, 225 North Dakota State
4 * Justin Fields 6-3, 225 Ohio State
5 * Mac Jones 6-3, 215 Alabama
6 Kyle Trask 6-5, 240 Florida
7 Kellen Mond 6-3, 215 Texas A&M
8 Jamie Newman 6-4, 230 Wake Forest
9 Sam Ehlinger 6-3, 225 Texas
10 K.J. Costello 6-5, 225 Mississippi State

Running Backs
1 Travis Etienne 5-10, 205 Clemson
2 Najee Harris 6-2, 230 Alabama
3 * Javonte Williams 5-10, 200 North Carolina
4 * Chuba Hubbard 6-0, 210 Oklahoma State
5 Michael Carter 5-8, 200 North Carolina
6 * Jaret Patterson 5-9, 195 Buffalo
7 * Kenneth Gainwell 5-11, 195 Memphis
8 * Khalil Herbert 5-9, 210 Virginia Tech
9 Trey Sermon 6-1, 215 Ohio State
10 Rhamondre Stevenson 6-0, 245 Oklahoma

Tight Ends
1 * Kyle Pitts 6-6, 245 Florida
2 Pat Freiermuth 6-5, 255 Penn State
3 * Hunter Long 6-5, 250 Boston College
4 Tony Poljan 6-7, 265 Virginia
5 * Brevin Jordan 6-3, 245 Miami
6 Tre McKitty 6-5, 245 Georgia
7 Tommy Tremble 6-4, 245 Notre Dame
8 Matt Bushman 6-5, 240 Brigham Young
9 Luke Farrell 6-6, 255 Ohio State
10 Noah Gray 6-4, 240 Duke

Wide Receivers
1 * Ja’Marr Chase 6-0, 205 LSU
2 DeVonta Smith 6-1, 175 Alabama
3 * Jaylen Waddle 5-10, 185 Alabama
4 Kadarius Toney 6-0, 195 Florida
5 * Tutu Atwell 5-9, 165 Louisville
6 * Rashod Bateman 6-2, 210 Minnesota
7 * Rondale Moore 5-9, 180 Purdue
8 * Terrace Marshall 6-3, 200 LSU
10 * Elijah Moore 5-9, 185 Mississippi




NFL Draft 2021 – Two Round Mock Draft

NFL Draft 2021 – Two Round Mock Draft

  February, 2021      * Underclassmen –   
  Selection order after Super Bowl LV –  Pre-postseason workouts 2021       

 All underclassmen had until Jan. 18th to declare for the NFL Draft 2021. Players had three days to rescind their decision and return to school and still retain their college eligibility. No underclassmen rescinded their decision.

1st Round

   #   Team                W/L          Player                     Pos      Ht/Wt                School

1 Jacksonville             1-15      * Trevor Lawrence          QB       6-6, 225            Clemson

2 NY Jets                    2-14      * Zach Wilson                  QB       6-3, 210            Brigham Young

3 Miami (Houston)       4-12      DeVonta Smith           WR       6-1, 175            Alabama

4 Atlanta                     4-12      * Patrick Surtain             CB        6-2, 205            Alabama

5 Cincinnati                 4-11-1   * Ja’Marr Chase             WR       6-0, 210            LSU

6 Philadelphia             4-11-1   * Jaylen Waddle            WR       5-10, 185          Alabama

7 Detroit                     5-11      * Penei Sewell                   OT        6-6, 330            Oregon

8 Carolina                   5-11      * Justin Fields                 QB       6-3, 225            Ohio St

9 Denver                     5-11        Rashawn Slater              OG       6-4, 315            Northwestern

10 Dallas                      6-10      * Christian Darrisaw       OT        6-5, 315            Virginia Tech

11 NY Giants                6-10      * Gregory Rousseau       DE       6-7, 265            Miami

12 San Francisco          6-10      * Caleb Farley                CB        6-2, 205            Virginia Tech

13 LA Chargers             7-9        * Micah Parsons           LB        6-3, 245            Penn State

14 Minnesota                7-9        Kwity Paye                    DE       6-4, 270            Michigan

15 New England            7-9        * Mac Jones                  QB       6-3, 215            Alabama

16 Arizona                    8-8        * Kyle Pitts                      TE        6-6, 245            Florida

17 Las Vegas                8-8        * Christian Barmore       DT        6-5, 315            Alabama

18 Miami                       10-6      * Jaelan Phillips             DE       6-5, 265            Miami

19 Washington              7-9        * Trey Lance                  QB       6-4, 225            North Dakota St

20 Chicago                   8-8        * Jalen Mayfield             OT        6-5, 325            Michigan

21 Indianapolis              11-5      Travis Etienne               RB        5-10, 205          Clemson

22 Tennessee                11-5      * Jaycee Horn                 CB        6-1, 205            South Carolina

23 NY Jets (Seattle)       12-4     Kadarius Toney            WR       5-11, 190          Florida

24 Pittsburgh                12-4      Najee Harris                  RB        6-2, 230            Alabama

25 Jacksonville (Rams) 10-6    * Samuel Cosmi           OT        6-7, 310            Texas

26 Cleveland                 11-5      Aaron Robinson            CB        6-1, 195            Central Florida

27 Baltimore                 11-5      * Wyatt Davis                OG       6-4, 315            Ohio St

28 New Orleans             12-4    * Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah – LB  6-2, 215     Notre Dame

29 Buffalo                    13-3       * Zaven Collins                LB        6-4, 260            Tulsa

30 Green Bay                13-3      Alex Leatherwood         OL        6-6, 315            Alabama

31 Kansas City              14-2      Landon Dickerson         C          6-6, 325            Alabama

32 Tampa Bay              11-5      * Azeez Ojulari             LB        6-3, 240            Georgia

Second Round

33 Jacksonville              * Alijah Vera-Tucker                 OT        6-4, 315            Southern Cal

34 NY Jets                      * Javonte Williams                     RB        5-10, 220          North Carolina

35 Atlanta                       * Nick Bolton                               LB        6-0, 235            Missouri

36 Miami (Houston)      * Eric Stokes                             CB        6-1, 185            Georgia

37 Philadelphia             * Daviyon Nixon                         DT        6-3, 305            Iowa

38 Cincinnati                 * Pat Freiermuth                        TE        6-5, 255            Penn St

39 Carolina                   * Terrace Marshall                     WR       6-3, 200            LSU

40 Denver                      Levi Onwuzurike                        DT        6-3, 290            Washington

41 Detroit                       Kyle Trask                                    QB       6-5, 240            Florida

42 NY Giants                * Rashod Bateman                    WR       6-2, 210            Minnesota

43 San Francisco          * Tyson Campbell                     CB        6-2, 195             Georgia

44 Dallas                      * Shaun Wade                             CB        6-1, 195             Ohio St

45 Jax (Minn)                * Marvin Wilson                      DT        6-5, 305            Florida St

46 New England            Carlos Basham                         DE       6-4, 285            Wake Forest

47 LA Chargers             * Rondale Moore                      WR       5-9, 180            Purdue

48 Las Vegas                * Ronnie Perkins                       DE       6-3, 245            Oklahoma

49 Arizona                    * Joe Tryon                                 LB        6-5, 260            Washington

50 Miami                       * Jevon Holland                         S          6-1, 200            Oregon

51 Washington              Teven Jenkins                           OT        6-6, 320            Oklahoma St

52 Chicago                   * Hunter Long                             TE        6-5, 255            Boston College

53 Tennessee                Dillon Radunz                            OT        6-6, 300            North Dakota St

54 Indianapolis              * Trevon Moehrig                     S          6-2, 205            Texas Christian

55 Pittsburgh                Quincy Roche                             LB        6-3, 245            Miami

56 Seattle                     * Creed Humphrey                      C          6-5, 320            Oklahoma

57 LA Rams                  * Walker Little                             OT        6-7, 320            Stanford

58 Baltimore                 * Amon-Ra St. Brown               WR       6-1, 195            Southern Cal

59 Cleveland                 D’Wayne Iskridge                      WR       5-9, 190            Western Michigan

60 New Orleans             * Dylan Moses                          LB        6-3, 240            Alabama

61 Green Bay                Richie Grant                               S          5-11, 200           Central Florida

62 Buffalo                    * Elijah Moore                            WR       5-9, 185            Mississippi

63 Kansas City              * Greg Newsome                       CB        6-1, 190            Northwestern

64 Tampa Bay              * Tutu Atwell                              WR       5-9, 165            Louisville




Senior Bowl 2021 Game – Mond & Sample Earn MVP Honors

Senior Bowl 2021 Game

    Draft Insiders’ Staff

QB Mond and DE Sample Earn Game MVP Honors

The 2021 Senior Bowl game was played after an impressive effort by the All-classic staff led by Director Jim Nagy. The condensed week of practices prior to the Saturday game came off without a glitch from the benefit of strict Pandemic guidelines and an expanded player roster.

With an interesting roster of pro prospects who completed the week of practices, physicals and interviews the All-star classic was a competitive contest that ended with a National team win over the American squad 27-24.

QB Kellen Mond of Texas A&M walked off with the MVP award after a clutch effort directing several drives to lead the National team throughout the second half when they scored all their points. Mond helped his cause, showing a strong arm, fine mobility and sound decision making. He heads the second tier of QB prospects entering the interview process prior the NFL Draft 2021.

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Runners Michael Carter and Rhondae Stevenson were featured often and produced. Carter displayed big play ability as both a runner and receiver and helped his cause immensely. Wideouts Amari Rodgers, Frank Darby and Shi Smith had nice performances and elevated their stock.

The NFL Draft usually benefits from the Senior Bowl defenders and this game featured several impact pass rushers in Cam Sample, Quincy Roche, Janarius Robinson and Patrick Jones. LB KJ Britt of Auburn had a strong game and picked up his keys quickly and had a burst to the ball to finish. Sample had an impressive game and earned Defensive MVP honors.

Linebackers, Jordan Smith and Baron Browning also made big plays during the game after a strong week of practices. Corner Aaron Robinson displayed fast developing coverage skills in the practices and joined the elite cover men in this class after an impressive overall week.

This was the final football action for the year with the offseason workout portion in disarray with both the NFL Combine and school Pro Days terminated or significantly curtailed. They could be completely closed out due to the Pandemic as teams face stiff limitations completing the scouting process. Zoom sessions may be the only interaction with players in many cases, between prospects and any perspective NFL teams.

Senior Bowl Game Players

Offensive Players
12 Mond, Kellen                        QB       Texas A&M       6024     205
11 Ehlinger, Sam                       QB       Texas               6014     222
7 Carter, Michael                       RB        North Carolina   5077     202
29 Stevenson, Rhamondre         RB        Oklahoma         5115     227
3 Rodgers, Amari                      WR       Clemson           5094     211
10 Felton, Demetric                   WR       UCLA               5085     189
13 Fitzpatrick, Dez                     WR       Louisville           6021     202
84 Darby, Frank                        WR       Arizona State    6001     194
13 Smith, Shi                            WR       South Carolina 5100     186
75 Radunz, Dillon                      OL        North Dakota St   6055 304
72 Hainsey, Robert                    OL        Notre Dame      6044     302
55 Hudson, James                    OL        Cincinnati          6043     302

Defensive Players
5 Sample, Cam                         DL        Tulane             6026     274
92 Odighizuwa, Osa                  DL        UCLA               6020     280
96 Robinson, Janarius               LB        Florida State     6050     266
90 Jones, Patrick                       DL        Pittsburgh         6044     264
49 Graham, Ta’Quon                 DL        Texas               6030     290
55 Roche, Quincy                      DL        Miami               6027     243
33 Britt, KJ                                LB        Auburn             6001     239
47 Smith, Elerson                      LB        Northern Iowa   6064     262
55 Browning, Baron                   LB        Ohio State        6031     241
31 Robinson, Aaron                   CB        Central Florida 5114     190
25 St. Juste, Benjamin               CB        Minnesota         6033     200
8 Taylor, Keith                           CB        Washington       6023     191
27 Grant, Richie                        S          Central Florida 5115     8200




Senior Bowl 2021 Game Day

Senior Bowl 2021 Game Day

    Draft Insiders’ Staff

The 2021 Senior Bowl game is here with an interesting roster of pro prospects who completed the week of practices, physicals and interviews. The All-star classic worked through the global Pandemic with a slightly condensed schedule that started on Tuesday with the weigh=in and practices that continued thru Thursday. Director Jim Nagy assembled a quality larger roster of 135+ athletes in the event of any opt outs of the invited. The week went well setting the stage for the game Saturday at 2:30 pm Est on the NFL Network.

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Senior Bowl Game Day

Look for QBs, Jamie Newman and Ian Book will get extensive playing time especially after Mac Jones sustained a foot injury. Jones had an outstanding week of practices, but probably sits out the game.

Runners Larry Roundtree, Michael Carter and Rhondae Stevenson may not be household names, but should be featured here and given a chance to display their natural talent and capable of being impact playmakers Saturday. Carter is a well rounded back who can be a difference maker here.

Wideouts Frank Darby, Shi Smith, Josh Palmer and D’Wayne Eskridge are expected to be featured in the passing game. Darby and Eskridge were impressive over the practices and can be impact performers here. TEs Hunter Long, John Bates and Tre’ McKitty had strong practice sessions and could be featured in the passing game. They elevated their stock this week.

The NFL Draft 2021 could provide many defensive front seven prospects and this game features several impact pass rushers. DE Jonathan Cooper, Quincy Roche, Patrick Jones and Daelin Hayes showed a burst off the edge in practices and look to continue in a game with features no blitzing backers. Cooper is primed for a huge effort and created continuous havoc in matchups. Look for edge rushers, Jones and Roche to provide impact as outside rushers and possible difference makers in this game.

Linebackers, Chazz Surratt, Jordan Smith and Baron Browning made big plays in the practices. Surrant  showed speed, instincts and playmaking ability this week. Look to them to be in the action throughout the contest to be the stars on their units. Corners Aaron Robinson, DJ Daniel, Ambry Thomas and Thomas  Graham, displayed well developed coverage skills in the practices.  They hope to prove NFL ready with a strong game performance that should elevate their stock. Safeties Richie Grant and Divine Deablo had strong weeks. Grant showed excellent range and versatility while Deablo displayed strong tackling.

This will be the final real football action in these prospects for the year with the offseason workout portion of the NFL Draft process hitting problems with both the NFL Combine and school Pro Days significantly curtailed if not completely closed out due to the Pandemic.

Senior Bowl Players to Watch

Offensive Players

7 Newman, Jamie                      QB       Wake Forest     6027     235
12 Book, Ian                               QB       Notre Dame      6000     210
10 Jones, Mac                            QB       Alabama           6025     217
7 Carter, Michael                       RB        North Carolina   5077     202
34 Rountree, Larry                    RB        Missouri            5106     216
29 Stevenson, Rhamondre       RB        Oklahoma         5115     227
84 Darby, Frank                        WR       Arizona State    6001     194
1 * Toney, Kadarius                   WR       Florida             5111     189
3 Rodgers, Amari                      WR       Clemson           5094     211
13 Smith, Shi                             WR       South Carolina 5100     186
85 Palmer, Josh                        WR       Tennessee        6012     210
1 Eskridge, D’Wayne                 WR       Western Michigan 5091 188
4 Collins, Nico                           WR       Michigan           6042     215
10 Felton, Demetric                   WR       UCLA               5085     189
16 Surratt, Sage                        WR       Wake Forest     6025     215
83 Granson, Kylen                     TE        SMU                 6021     242
87 McKitty, Tré                          TE        Georgia            6041     247
80 Long, Hunter                        TE        Boston College 6051     254
87 Bates, John                            TE        Boise State       6055     259
55 Hudson, James                     OL        Cincinnati          6043     302
71 Meinerz, Quinn                     OL        Wisconsin-White  6032 320
56 Anderson, Jack                     OL        Texas Tech       6046     309
73 Banks, Aaron                        OL        Notre Dame      6053     338
75 Radunz, Dillon                      OL        North Dakota St    6055 304

Defensive Players

9 Basham, Carlos                      DL        Wake Forest     6033     281
90 Jones, Patrick                       DL        Pittsburgh         6044     264
55 Roche, Quincy                      DL        Miami               6027     243
56 Hubert, Wyatt                       DL        Kansas State    6026     265
0 Cooper, Jonathan                   DL        Ohio State        6026     254
9 Hayes, Daelin                          DL        Notre Dame      6036     261
49 Graham, Ta’Quon                 DL        Texas               6030     290
50 Surratt, Chazz                       LB        North Carolina   6014     227
22 Smith, Jordan                       LB        UAB                 6061     255
55 Browning, Baron                   LB        Ohio State        6031     241
31 Robinson, Aaron                   CB        Central Florida 5114     190
14 Daniel, DJ                              CB        Georgia            5115     183
23 Rochell, Robert                     CB        Central Arkansas  5117 195
1 Thomas, Ambry                      CB        Michigan           5117     189
4 Graham, Thomas                   CB        Oregon             5104     193
25 Nasirildeen, Hamsah           SAF      Florida State     6031     213
26 Webb, Mark                          SAF      Georgia            6013     210
27 Grant, Richie                        SAF      Central Florida 5115     200
27 Deablo, Divine                      SAF      Virginia Tech     6033     226




NFL Draft 2021 First Round Draft – The Jaguars are ‘On the Clock’!

NFL Draft 2021 First Round Mock Draft    –

        The Jaguars are ‘On the Clock’!

Jets, Dolphins, Falcons and Bengals Complete Top 5 Selections
          Jaguars, Jets and Dolphins Hold Two #1 Draft Choices

The Jacksonville Jaguars are ‘On the Clock’ with the first overall selection for the NFL Draft 2021. They earned the top overall draft choice off the horrible 1-15 record. New rookie NFL head coach Urban Meyer inherited a roster that has been dissipated of talented veterans especially on defense over recent years. Their recent overall draft decisions have been weak with poor personnel decisions at the executive level. Meyer has the luxury of possessing the #1 overall selection in a year when a generational prospect, Trevor Lawrence is available. The Jaguars are one of three teams that hold two #1 picks with the others the Jets and Dolphins.

NY Jets earned the 2nd overall selection off a poor 2-14 record with both wins coming in the season. The Dolphins hold the Texans #1 pick which landed them the 3rd overall selection. The Texans will rotate with the Falcons in the 3rd and 4th positions in each round while the Bengals and Eagles will do the same with the 5th and 6th overall selections.

A teams’ opponent’s W-L record will determine all tie situations. Teams that are still tied will flip though none necessary this year. Playoff teams will shuffle according to their postseason results to determine the final top 32 selections. NFL teams look to both the veteran Free Agency period and the NFL Draft 2021 to improve their rosters. The salary cap will go down for the first time in years with a $170 million cap range per team expected. It will dictate the movement of many veteran players this offseason and have an impact among the premier draft selections.

NFL Draft 2021 – First Round Mock Draft – January, 2021

* Underclassmen – Selection order prior to Super Bowl game
        All underclassmen had until Jan. 18th to declare for the NFL Draft 2021. Players have three days to rescind their decision and return to school and still retain their college eligibility.

       Pre-Senior Bowl Game

1st Round
# Team      W/L        Player              Pos Ht/Wt School

1 Jacksonville 1-15 * Trevor Lawrence – QB 6-6, 225 Clemson
2 NY Jets 2-14 * Justin Fields – QB 6-3, 225 Ohio St
3 Miami (Houston) 4-12 * Ja’Marr Chase – WR 6-0, 210 LSU
4 Atlanta 4-12 * Zach Wilson – QB 6-3, 210 Brigham Young
5 Cincinnati 4-11-1 * Penei Sewell – OT 6-6, 330 Oregon
6 Philadelphia 4-11-1 * Patrick Surtain – CB 6-2, 205 Alabama
7 Detroit 5-11 * Gregory Rousseau – DE 6-7, 265 Miami
8 Carolina 5-11 DeVonta Smith – WR 6-1, 175 Alabama
9 Denver 5-11 * Christian Barmore – DT 6-5, 315 Alabama
10 Dallas 6-10 * Caleb Farley – CB 6-2, 205 Virginia Tech
11 NY Giants 6-10 * Jaelan Phillips – DE 6-5, 265 Miami
12 San Francisco 6-10 Rashawn Slater – OG 6-4, 315 Northwestern
13 LA Chargers 7-9 * Jalen Mayfield – OT 6-5, 325 Michigan
14 Minnesota 7-9 * Daviyon Nixon – DT 6-3, 305 Iowa
15 New England 7-9 * Kyle Pitts – TE 6-6, 245 Florida
16 Arizona 8-8 * Micah Parsons – LB 6-3, 245 Penn State
17 Las Vegas 8-8 * Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah – LB 6-2, 215 Notre Dame
18 Miami 10-6 * Christian Darrisaw – OT 6-5, 315 Virginia Tech
19 Washington 7-9 * Mac Jones – QB 6-3, 215 Alabama
20 Chicago 8-8 * Jaylen Waddle – WR 5-10, 185 Alabama
21 Indianapolis 11-5 * Samuel Cosmi – OT 6-7, 310 Texas
22 Tennessee 11-5 Alex Leatherwood – OL 6-6, 315 Alabama
23 NY Jets (Seattle) 12-4 * Wyatt Davis – OG 6-4, 315 Ohio St
24 Pittsburgh 12-4 Travis Etienne – RB 5-10, 205 Clemson
25 Jacksonville (Rams) 10-6 Kwity Paye – DE 6-4, 270 Michigan
26 Cleveland 11-5 * Azeez Ojulari – LB 6-3, 240 Georgia
27 Baltimore 11-5 * Jaycee Horn – CB 6-1, 205 South Carolina
28 New Orleans 12-4 * Trey Lance – QB 6-4, 225 North Dakota St
29 Buffalo 13-3 * Pat Freiermuth – TE 6-5, 255 Penn St
30 Green Bay 13-3 Kadarius Toney WR – 5-11, 190 Florida
31 Tampa Bay 11-5 * Eric Stokes – CB 6-1, 185 Georgia
32 Kansas City 14-2 * Zaven Collins – LB 6-4, 260 Tulsa




Senior Bowl 2021 Begins in New Setting/ Venue

Senior Bowl 2021 Begins in New Mobile Setting

The Reese’s Senior Bowl 2021 has begun after a concerted effort by the staff, directed by Jim Nagy over the past year.  The premier All-star classic has been sold to capacity for its first game to be played in Hancock Whitney Stadium on the campus of the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama, on January 30, 2021. The Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins coaching staffs were assigned for the 72nd annual Reese’s Senior Bowl. Both young staffs should benefit from the week long exposure to the prospects to view them in a pro setting of meetings, interviews, practices and game action.

As is true for all large sporting events played during the current Covid-19 pandemic, seating capacity for 2021 Reese’s Senior Bowl has been significantly reduced to comply with local and state government public heath orders. Practices will be closed to the public this year and we are unable to host events such as Senior Bowl Summit, Meet the Players, Game Day Tailgating, or the new Friday Night Players Parade and Free Concert

Roster weigh-in is set for Tuesday morning with the first practices that afternoon. Practices will continue through the shortened week.

Draft Insiders’ staff will be in attendance for the weigh-in, practices and scheduled game. Our February Newsletter will have an extensive Senior Bowl report.

DATE: Saturday, January 30, 2021

TIME: 1:30pm CT

WHERE: Mobile, Alabama

STADIUM: University of South Alabama, Hancock Whitney Stadium

TELEVISION: NFL Network

 




Declared Underclassmen for the NFL Draft 2021

 Declared Underclassmen for the NFL Draft 2021

      NFL List of Official Underclassmen by Year

The list of 98 players granted special eligibility for entry to the 2021 NFL Draft was released by the NFL. Each of the players granted special eligibility has met the league’s three-year eligibility rule and has submitted to a written application in which he renounced his remaining college football eligibility. The deadline for receiving applications was Jan. 18.

 The 98 players granted special eligibility for the 2021 NFL Draft:

    Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
    Calvin Ashley, OT, Florida A&M
    Tutu Atwell, WR, Louisville
    Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama
    Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
    Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri
    Larry Borom, OT, Missouri
    Bobby Brown, DT, Texas A&M
    Dyami Brown, WR, North Carolina
    Shakur Brown, CB, Michigan State
    Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
    Jackson Carman, OT, Clemson
    Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
    Brady Christensen, OT, BYU
    Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse
    Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa
    Aashari Crosswell, S, Arizona State
    Drew Dalman, C, Stanford
    Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech
    Jamin Davis, LB, Kentucky
    Wyatt Davis, OG, Ohio State
    Brendan DeVera, LB, ASA JC
    Brennan Eagles, WR, Texas
    Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
    Simi Fehoko, WR, Stanford
    Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
    Paris Ford, S, Pittsburgh
    Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State
    Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Memphis
    Kendrick Green, OG, Illinois
    Olaijah Griffin, CB, USC
    Javian Hawkins, RB, Louisville
    Darius Hodge, edge rusher, Marshall
    Jevon Holland, S, Oregon
    Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
    Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State
    Talanoa Hufanga, S, USC
    Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon State
    Jamar Johnson, S, Indiana
    Ernest Jones, LB, South Carolina
    Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami
    Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
    Brenden Knox, RB, Marshall
    Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
    Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU
    Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
    Cameron McGrone, LB, Michigan
    Isaiah McKoy, WR, Kent State
    Alim McNeill, DT, N.C. State
    Evan McPherson, K, Florida
    Davis Mills, QB, Stanford
    Dax Milne, WR, BYU
    Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
    Elijah Moore, WR, Mississippi
    Israel Mukuamu, CB, South Carolina
    Marcus Murphy, S, Mississippi State
    Greg Newsome, CB, Northwestern
    Daviyon Nixon, DT, Iowa
    Azeez Ojulari, edge rusher, Georgia
    Joseph Ossai, edge rusher, Texas
    Jayson Oweh, edge rusher, Penn State
    Jaret Patterson, RB, Buffalo
    Ronnie Perkins, DE, Oklahoma
    Jaelan Phillips, edge rusher, Miami
    Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
    Gregory Rousseau, edge rusher, Miami
    Asante Samuel, CB, Florida State
    Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn
    Stevie Scott III, RB, Indiana
    Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
    Tyler Shelvin, DT, LSU
    William Sherman, OT, Colorado
    Jamien Sherwood, S, Auburn
    Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
    Caden Sterns, S, Texas
    Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
    Patrick Surtain, CB, Alabama
    Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State
    Bryce Thompson, CB, Tennessee
    Tommy Togiai, DT, Ohio State
    Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame
    Joe Tryon, edge rusher, Washington
    Jay Tufele, DT, USC
    Christian Tutt, DB, Auburn
    Jaylen Twyman, DT, Pittsburgh
    Alijah Vera-Tucker, OG, USC
    Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
    Ar’Darius Washington, S, TCU
    Rachad Wildgoose, CB, Wisconsin
    Adam Williams, P, Memphis
    Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina
    Milton Williams, DT, Louisiana Tech
    Pooka Williams Jr., RB, Kansas
    Seth Williams, WR, Auburn
    Trill Williams, S, Syracuse
    Marco Wilson, CB, Florida
    Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
    Nahshon Wright, CB, Oregon State
 
The following 30 players have in timely fashion under NFL rules officially notified the league office that they have fulfilled their degree requirements. They are eligible for selection:

    Jack Anderson, OG, Texas Tech
    Aaron Banks, OG, Notre Dame
    Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
    Adrian Ealy, OT, Oklahoma
    Darren Hall, CB, San Diego State
    Trey Hill, C Georgia
    Anthony Hines, LB, Texas A&M
    Wyatt Hubert, DE, Kansas State
    James Hudson, OT, Cincinnati
    Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
    Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
    Joshua Kaindoh, DE, Florida State
    Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
    Hunter Long, TE, Boston College
    Isaiah McDuffie, LB, Boston College
    Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse
    Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
    Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
    Josh Myers, C, Ohio State
    Tre Norwood, CB, Oklahoma
    Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
    Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State
    Blake Proehl, WR, East Carolina
    Chris Rumph, DE, Duke
    Benjamin St-Juste, CB, Minnesota
    Sage Surratt, WR, Wake Forest
    Marlon Tuipulotu, DT, USC
    Shaun Wade, CB, Ohio State
    Connor Wedington, WR, Stanford
    Pro Wells, TE, TCU
 
The following players inquired about their draft status and are eligible for selection without the need for special eligibility:

    Walker Little, OT, Stanford
    Foster Sarell, OT, Stanford
    Jordan Smith, LB, UAB
 

Year/ Players – Granted Special Eligibility
2021 – 98         2015 – 74  
2020 – 99         2014 – 98
2019 – 103        2013 – 73
2018 – 106        2012 – 65
2017 – 95          2011 – 56
2016 – 96         2010 – 53




NFL Draft 2021 – First Round Draft Sequence

NFL Draft 2021 – First Round Draft Sequence

January, 2021

* Underclassmen –   Selection order prior to Championship games

Pre-Championship Games

           All underclassmen had until Jan. 180th to declare for the NFL Draft 2021. Players have three days to rescind their decision and return to school and still retain their college eligibility.

1st Round 

#   Team                     W/L

1 Jacksonville              1-15

2 NY Jets                      2-14

3 Miami (Houston)     4-12

4 Atlanta                       4-12

5 Cincinnati                 4-11-1

6 Philadelphia             4-11-1

7 Detroit                       5-11

8 Carolina                    5-11

9 Denver                      5-11

10 Dallas                      6-10

11 NY Giants               6-10

12 San Francisco        6-10

13 LA Chargers           7-9

14 Minnesota              7-9

15 New England         7-9

16 Arizona                   8-8

17 Las Vegas               8-8

18 Miami                     10-6

19 Washington            7-9

20 Chicago                  8-8

21 Indianapolis          11-5

22 Tennessee             11-5

23 NY Jets (Seattle)   12-4

24 Pittsburgh               12-4

25 Jacksonville (Rams)  10-6

26 Cleveland               11-5

27 Baltimore                11-5

28 New Orleans          12-4

29 Tampa Bay             11-5

30 Buffalo                   13-3

31 Green Bay              13-3

32 Kansas City           14-2

 




NFL Draft 2020 – First Round Mock Draft

First Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2020    

Frank Coyle / Head Scout –  Final Mock Draft

#    Team               Player /             Position / School
First Round
 1 Cincinnati         Joe Burrow                QB       LSU
2 Washington     * Chase Young           DE       Ohio St
3 Detroit            * Jeffrey Okudah     CB     Ohio St
4 NY Giants        * Tristan Wirfs           OT        Iowa
5 Miami             * Tua Tagovailoa       QB       Alabama
6 LA Chargers    Justin Herbert           QB       Oregon
7 Carolina       * Mekhi Becton            OT      Louisville
8 Arizona           * Jedrick Wills           OT        Alabama
9 Jacksonville   Derrick Brown          DT     Auburn
10 Cleveland   * Isaiah Simmons        LB    Clemson

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11 NY Jets                               * Andrew Thomas       OT    Georgia
12 Las Vegas                            * Henry Ruggs         WR       Alabama
13 San Fran (Indianapolis)     * C.J. Henderson        CB        Florida
14 Tampa Bay                         * CeeDee Lamb              WR       Oklahoma
15 Denver                                 * Jerry Jeudy                  WR       Alabama
16 Atlanta                                 Javon Kinlaw                  DT        South Carolina
17 Dallas                                   * Xavier McKinney         S          Alabama
18 Miami (Pitts)                      * A.J. Terrell                   CB        Clemson
19 Las Vegas (Chic)                 * Jaylon Johnson           CB        Utah
20 Jacksonville (LA Rams)     * Austin Jackson    OT        USC
21 Philadelphia                        * Kenneth Murray    LB        Oklahoma
22 Minnesota (Buffalo)             Kristian Fulton      CB        LSU
23 New England                       * Ezra Cleveland       OT        Boise State
24 New Orleans                        * Justin Jefferson       WR       LSU
25 Minnesota                            * Yetur Gross-Matos     DE       Penn State
26 Miami (Houston)                  * Tee Higgins                 WR       Clemson
27 Seattle                                   * A.J. Epenesa               DE       Iowa
28 Baltimore                             * Patrick Queen            LB        LSU
29 Tennessee                            Marlon Davidson          DE       Auburn
30 Green Bay                            * Cole Kmet                    TE        Notre Dame
31 San Francisco                      * Jordan Love                QB       Utah State
32 Kansas City                          * D’Andre Swift             RB        Georgia




Top 100 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2020

Top 100 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2020

     April, 2020 – Final Edition
NFL Draft Final Rankings                * Declared Underclassmen

Frank Coyle –   www.draftinsiders.com

      Pro Prospect            Position  / School                                
1 Joe Burrow                            QB       LSU
2 * Chase Young                      DE       Ohio State
3 Derrick Brown                       DT        Auburn
4 * Jeffrey Okudah                  CB        Ohio State
5 * Isaiah Simmons                 LB        Clemson
6 * Tristan Wirfs                      OT        Iowa
7 * Jerry Jeudy                         WR       Alabama
8 Justin Herbert                       QB       Oregon
9 * Tua Tagovailoa                   QB       Alabama
10 * Jedrick Wills                      OT        Alabama
11 Javon Kinlaw                        DT        South Carolina
12 * Henry Ruggs                      WR       Alabama
13 * Mekhi Becton                     OT        Louisville
14 * C.J. Henderson                  CB        Florida
15 * CeeDee Lamb                    WR       Oklahoma
16 * Andrew Thomas                 OT        Georgia
17 * Justin Jefferson                  WR       LSU
18 * Xavier McKinney                S          Alabama
19 * Kenneth Murray                  LB        Oklahoma
20 * Austin Jackson                   OT        USC
21 * K’Lavon Chaisson               LB        LSU
22 * A.J. Epenesa                      DE       Iowa
23 * D’Andre Swift                     RB        Georgia
24 * Ezra Cleveland                   OT        Boise State
25 Marlon Davidson                  DE       Auburn
26 * Patrick Queen                    LB        LSU
27 * J.K. Dobbins                      RB        Ohio State
28 * Jaylon Johnson                  CB        Utah
29 * Yetur Gross-Matos             DE       Penn State
30 * A.J. Terrell                          CB        Clemson
31 * Jordan Love                       QB       Utah State
32 Zack Baun                            LB        Wisconsin
33 * Tee Higgins                       WR       Clemson
34 Josh Jones                          OT        Houston
35 Julian Okwara                       LB        Notre Dame
36 * Grant Delpit                       S          LSU
37 * Cole Kmet                          TE        Notre Dame
38 Kristian Fulton                      CB        LSU
39 Denzel Mims                        WR       Baylor
40 Trevon Diggs                       CB        Alabama
41 * Cesar Ruiz                         C          Michigan
42 * Laviska Shenault                WR       Colorado
43 Chase Claypool                    WR       Notre Dame
44 Jeff Gladney                        CB        Texas Christian
45 * Clyde Edwards-Helaire        RB        LSU
46 Ashtyn Davis                        S          California
47 * Ross Blacklock                  DT        Texas Christian
48 * Antoine Winfield                 S          Minnesota
49 * Justin Madubuike               DT        Texas A&M
50 * Jonathan Taylor                  RB        Wisconsin
51 Brandon Aiyuk                      WR       Arizona St
52 * Terrell Lewis                       LB        Alabama
53 * Jalen Reagor                      WR       Texas Christian
54 Damon Arnette                     CB        Ohio State
55 * Curtis Weaver                     DE       Boise State
56 Kyle Dugger                         S          Lenoir-Rhyne
57 Michael Pittman                    WR       USC
58 * Isaiah Wilson                      OT        Georgia
59 Harrison Bryant                    TE        Florida Atlantic
60 Raekwon Davis                    DT        Alabama
61 * Matt Hennessy                   C          Temple
62 * K.J. Hamler                        WR       Penn State
63 Neville Gallimore                   DT        Oklahoma
64 * Albert Okwuegbunam          TE        Missouri
65 * Jacob Eason                      QB       Washington
66 Leki Fotu                              DT        Utah
67 Bryce Hall                             CB        Virginia
68 Josh Uche                            LB        Michigan
69 * Cam Akers                         RB        Florida State
70 Adam Trautman                    TE        Dayton
71 Troy Dye                              LB        Oregon
72 Zack Moss                           RB        Utah
73 * Noah Igbinoghene             CB        Auburn
74 Malik Harrison                       LB        Ohio State
75 * Lloyd Cushenberry              C          LSU
76 * Jake Fromm                       QB       Georgia
77 Bradlee Anae                        DE       Utah
78 * Tyler Biadasz                     C          Wisconsin
79 Lucas Niang                         OT        Texas Christian
80 * Jordan Elliott                      DT        Missouri
81 * Gabriel Davis                     WR       Central Florida
82 * James Lynch                      DE       Baylor
83 Matthew Peart                      OT        Connecticut
84 Van Jefferson                      WR       Florida
85 * Cameron Dantzler              CB        Mississippi State
86 Jeremy Chinn                       S          Southern Illinois
87 * Prince Tega Wanogho        OT        Auburn
88 Terrell Burgess                     S          Utah
89 Darrell Taylor                        LB        Tennessee
90 Logan Wilson                       LB        Wyoming
91 John Simpson                      OG       Clemson
92 Jabari Zuniga                       DE       Florida
93 Robert Hunt                          OG       Louisiana-Lafayette
94 * Netane Muti                       OG       Fresno State
95 * Hunter Bryant                     TE        Washington
96 Shane Lemieux                     OG       Oregon
97 Jordyn Brooks                      LB        Texas Tech
98 Troy Pride                            CB        Notre Dame
99 Ben Bredeson                      OG       Michigan
100 J.R. Reed                           S          Georgia

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards – Heisman, Biletnikoff, Thorpe, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi etc for the past 25 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.