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First Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2021

First Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2021

    Final Edition – Prior to NFL Draft 2021  
* Underclassmen

‘From a Generational QB to Amen’

# / Team / Player / Pos / School
First Round

1 Jacksonville * Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson
HC Urban Meyer came out of retirement for a generational starting QB.

2 NY Jets * Zach Wilson QB Brigham Young
Jets moved starter QB Sam Darnold and turns the page with new leader Wilson.

3 San Fran (Hous-Miami) * Mac Jones QB Alabama
49ers traded the ranch for this pick that may define the club over next decade.

4 Atlanta * Kyle Pitts TE Florida
Falcons need playmakers and Pitts is a versatile rare receiver and difference maker.

5 Cincinnati * Penei Sewell OT Oregon
Bengals want this blue-chip tackle to protect Joe Burrow.

6 Miami (Philadelphia) * Ja’Marr Chase WR LSU
Dolphins need a true #1 receiver and this rookie starter has big play talent.

7 Detroit * Justin Fields QB Ohio St
Lions begin a new regime and getting a young QB is the next step.

8 Carolina * Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama
The Panthers need to give young passer Sam Darnald a new big play threat.

9 Denver * Trey Lance QB North Dakota St
Broncos looking to add high quality starter and Lance fits perfectly sitting behind young Drew Lock.

10 Dallas * Patrick Surtain CB Alabama
Cowboys have a lot of needs, yet Surtain is an early plug and play cover man.

11 NY Giants Rashawn Slater OT Northwestern
GMen select future Pro Bowler after debating a lineman, receiver or corner here.

12 Phil (San Fran-Miami) * Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina
Eagles need a cover man to couple with Darius Slay.

13 LA Chargers * Christian Darrisaw OT Virginia Tech
Chargers looking to protect blindside for talented Justin Herbert.

14 Minnesota DeVonta Smith WR Alabama
Vikings looking to add weapons in this class.

15 New England * Micah Parsons LB Penn State
Impact defender would excel in Belichick’s defense.

16 Arizona * Alijah Vera-Tucker OT Southern Cal
Cards looking to address offense early and this blocker carries a rookie starting grade.

17 Las Vegas * Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB Notre Dame
Raiders looking to add perimeter speed and JOK is a hybrid blue chip backer.

18 Miami Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma St
Dolphins looking to protect Tua’s blindside and Jenkins is a beast and can start as a rookie here.

19 Washington Travis Etienne RB Clemson
WFT needs playmakers and Etienne feels home here.

20 Chicago * Caleb Farley CB Virginia Tech
Bears need cover men and Farley is a blue-chip prospect and early NFL starter.

21 Indianapolis Liam Eichenberg OT Notre Dame
Colts must replace LT Castanzo and Eichenberg forms Irish left side of line with Nelson.

22 Tennessee * Greg Newsome CB Northwestern
Titans’ coverage is weak and will undergo major changes.

23 NY Jets (Seattle) * Jaelan Phillips DE Miami
Jets looking to improve pass rush and Phillips brings the juice.

24 Pittsburgh Najee Harris RB Alabama
Steelers need a beast and Harris is the ideal fit in Steel City.

25 Jacksonville (Rams) * Gregory Rousseau DE Miami
Jaguars need an edge rusher to improve their rebuilt defense.

26 Cleveland Kwity Paye DE Michigan
Browns must provide more edge pressure opposite DE Garrett and Clowney might be one and done.

27 Baltimore Elijah Moore WR Mississippi
Ravens probably add a wideout early to open up this offense.

28 New Orleans * Eric Stokes CB Georgia
Saints looking to add a quality cover man early in the process.

29 Green Bay Kadarius Toney WR Florida
Packers better start building a stronger cast around Rodgers.

30 Buffalo * Joe Tryon LB Washington
Bills looking a land an edge playmaker and could pull the trigger in the first round.

31 Balt (Kansas City) * Zaven Collins LB Tulsa
Ravens need impact off the edge and Collins could be a rookie starter here.

32 Tampa Bay * Azeez Ojulari LB Georgia
Bucs loading cannon to repeat and another edge rusher would be a great addition.




First Round Mock Draft 2021 – 4.0

First Round Mock Draft 2021 – 4.0

#  /       Team /            Player /     Pos /     School
First Round

1 Jacksonville               * Trevor Lawrence         QB 6-6, 225 Clemson
HC Urban Meyer only came for a generational starting QB.

2 NY Jets                      * Zach Wilson                QB 6-3, 215 Brigham Young
Jets hoping to move starter QB Sam Darnold and turn the page with new leader.

3 San Fran (Hous-Miami) * Mac Jones               QB 6-3, 215 Alabama
49ers traded the ranch for this pick that may define the club over next decade.

4 Atlanta                       * Trey Lance                 QB 6-4, 225 North Dakota St
Falcons looking to add high quality starter and Lance fits perfectly sitting behind vet Matt Ryan.

5 Cincinnati                   * Penei Sewell               OT 6-6, 325 Oregon
Bengals don’t hesitate if this blue-chip tackle is on the board.

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6 Miami (Philadelphia)    * Kyle Pitts                    TE 6-6, 245 Florida
Dolphins need playmakers and Pitts is versatile and toughest receiver to cover in this class.

7 Detroit                       * Ja’Marr Chase            WR 6-1, 210 LSU
Lions lost two starters here and need a rookie starter with big play talent.

8 Carolina                     * Justin Fields               QB 6-3, 225 Ohio St
Panthers will attempt to move up but must get a starting QB to take the next step.

9 Denver                       * Micah Parsons            LB 6-3, 245 Penn State
Impact defender would give this unit new life.

10 Dallas                      Rashawn Slater             OT 6-4, 315 Northwestern
Cowboys debating lineman or corner here.

11 NY Giants                * Gregory Rousseau     DE 6-7, 265 Miami
GMen need an edge rusher to challenge for the NFC East.

12 Phil (San Fran-Miami) * Patrick Surtain          CB 6-1, 205 Alabama
Eagles have a lot of needs, yet Surtain is an early plug and play cover man.

13 LA Chargers             * Jaylen Waddle            WR 5-10, 185 Alabama
The Bolts need to give young passer Herbert a big play threat.

14 Minnesota                DeVonta Smith              WR 6-1, 170 Alabama
Vikings looking to add weapons in this class.

15 New England            * Christian Darrisaw       OT 6-5, 315 Virginia Tech
Patriots looking to protect Cam Newton better and a top flight blocker helps here.

16 Arizona                    * Jaycee Horn               CB 6-1, 205 South Carolina
Cards need a cover man after losing vet Patrick Peterson.

17 Las Vegas                * Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB 6-2, 220 Notre Dame
Raiders looking to add perimeter speed and JOK is a hybrid blue chip backer.

18 Miami                       Kwity Paye                   DE 6-4, 270 Michigan
Dolphins sustained LB losses in FA and Paye gives them a versatile edge playmaker.

19 Washington              * Alijah Vera-Tucker       OT 6-4, 310 Southern Cal
WFT looking to address offense early and this blocker carries an early starting grade.

20 Chicago                   * Caleb Farley               CB 6-2, 205 Virginia Tech
Bears need cover men and Farley is a blue-chip prospect and early NFL starter.

21 Indianapolis              * Jaelan Phillips             DE 6-5, 265 Miami
Colts looking to improve pass rush and Phillips brings the juice.

22 Tennessee                * Greg Newsome           CB 6-1, 190 Northwestern
Titans’ coverage is weak and will undergo major changes.

23 NY Jets (Seattle)       Teven Jenkins               OT 6-5, 320 Oklahoma St
Jets looking to protect the right edge better and Jenkins can start as a rookie here.

24 Pittsburgh                Najee Harris                  RB 6-2, 230 Alabama
Steelers need a beast and Harris is the ideal fit in Steel City.

25 Jacksonville (Rams) Travis Etienne               RB 5-10, 205 Clemson
Jaguars will build around Lawrence early in his career for him to succeed.

26 Cleveland                 * Rashod Bateman        WR 6-2, 210 Minnesota
Browns give QB Mayfield another weapon.

27 Baltimore                 Kadarius Toney             WR 5-11, 195 Florida
Ravens probably add a wideout early to open this offense.

28 New Orleans             Aaron Robinson            CB 6-1, 195 Central Florida
Saints looking to add a quality cover man early in the process.

29 Green Bay                * Jalen Mayfield             OT 6-5, 325 Michigan
Packers better start building a strong cast around Rodgers.

30 Buffalo                    * Joe Tryon                  LB 6-5, 260 Washington
Bills looking a land an edge playmaker and could pull the trigger in the first round.

31 Kansas City             * Zaven Collins              LB 6-4, 260 Tulsa
Chiefs lack impact off the edge and Collins could be a rookie starter here.

32 Tampa Bay              * Azeez Ojulari              LB 6-3, 240 Georgia
Bucs loading cannon to repeat and another edge rusher would be great addition.

 




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




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.

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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




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




NFL Draft 2020 – First Round Mock Draft – March

NFL Draft 2020 – First Round Mock Draft – March, 2020

* Underclassmen –   Post-NFL Combine 2020 –     

 Here is our post NFL Combine Mock Draft adjusting to all postseason All-Star games and workout. The Pro Day schedule for every school has been established and will be one of the final parts of the scouting process. We will have extensive NFL Combine scouting info in our Draft Insiders’ Yearbook and Update with special emails and tweets to our customers. Sign up today.

 All underclassmen had until Jan. 20th to declare for the NFL Draft 2020. Players had three days to rescind their decision and return to school and still retain their college eligibility. No underclassmen rescinded their decision.

Frank Coyle/ Head Scout

1st Round

#          Team              W/L       Player                  Pos       Ht/Wt         School
1          Cincinnati        2-14     Joe Burrow                 QB       6-4, 220           LSU
2          Washington     3-13     * Jeffrey Okudah        CB       6-1, 200           Ohio State
3          Detroit            3-12-1  * Chase Young           DE       6-5, 265             Ohio State
4          NY Giants        4-12     * Isaiah Simmons       OLB     6-4, 238           Clemson
5          Miami              5-11     * Tua Tagovailoa         QB       6-1, 215            Alabama
6          LA Chargers    5-11     Justin Herbert             QB       6-6, 230           Oregon
7          Carolina           5-11     * Jerry Jeudy              WR      6-1, 195            Alabama
8          Arizona            5-10-1  * Tristan Wirfs             OT       6-5, 320          Iowa
9          Jacksonville    6-10     Derrick Brown             DT       6-5, 320          Auburn
10        Cleveland        6-10     * Andrew Thomas       OT       6-5, 315           Georgia
11        NY Jets           7-9       * Jedrick Wills              OT       6-4, 315            Alabama
12        Las Vegas       7-9       * CeeDee Lamb            WR      6-2, 190            Oklahoma
13         Indianapolis      7-9    Javon Kinlaw               DT        6-6, 310            South Carolina
14         Tampa Bay       7-9        * Mekhi Becton           OT        6-7, 350            Louisville
15         Denver              7-9        * C.J. Henderson         CB        6-1, 205            Florida
16         Atlanta              7-9        * K’Lavon Chaisson    OLB      6-3, 255            LSU
17         Dallas               8-8        * Cole Kmet                   TE        6-6, 265            Notre Dame
18         Miami (Pittsburgh) 8-8    * Henry Ruggs        WR       5-11, 190          Alabama
19        Las Vegas (Chicago) 8-8 * A.J. Epenesa           DE       6-6, 280           Iowa
20        Jacksonville (Rams) 9-7  * Justin Jefferson   WR      6-1, 200           LSU
21        Philadelphia     9-7       * A.J. Terrell                  CB       6-1, 195           Clemson
22        Buffalo             10-6     * Xavier McKinney        S          6-1, 205           Alabama
23        New England   12-4     Marlon Davidson         DE       6-3, 300           Auburn
24        New Orleans   13-3     Kristian Fulton              CB       6-0, 195           LSU
25        Minnesota       10-6     * Tee Higgins                 WR      6-4, 215           Clemson
26        Miami (Houston) 10-6 * Yetur Gross-Matos      DE       6-4, 265          Penn State
27        Seattle             11-5     * Patrick Queen              LB        6-0, 230           LSU
28        Baltimore         14-2     * Kenneth Murray       ILB       6-2, 240           Oklahoma
29        Tennessee      9-7       * Jordan Love                QB       6-4, 225           Utah State
30        Green Bay      13-3     * Laviska Shenault        WR      6-1, 225           Colorado
31       San Francisco 13-3     * Grant Delpit                S          6-2, 215           LSU
32        Kansas City    12-4     * J.K. Dobbins              RB       5-10, 220         Ohio State

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.




NFL Draft 2020 – First Round Mock Draft – 2.0

NFL Draft 2020 – First Round Mock Draft – January, 2020

* Underclassmen –   Selection order prior to Super Bowl Game

All underclassmen had until Jan. 20th to declare for the NFL Draft 2020. Players had three days to rescind their decision and return to school and still retain their college eligibility. No players used the decision to change their initial request.

Frank Coyle/ Head Scout

1st Round

#    Team              W/L          Player      Pos      Ht/WT               School
1          Cincinnati          2-14      Joe Burrow                    QB       6-4, 220            LSU
2          Washington       3-13    * Chase Young              DE       6-5, 265            Ohio St
3          Detroit               3-12-1   * A.J. Epenesa              DE       6-6, 280            Iowa
4          NY Giants         4-12      * Isaiah Simmons          OLB      6-4, 230            Clemson
5          Miami               5-11      Justin Herbert                QB       6-6, 230            Oregon
6          LA Chargers      5-11      * Tua Tagovailoa           QB       6-1, 215            Alabama
7          Carolina            5-11      * Jerry Jeudy                 WR       6-1, 195            Alabama
8          Arizona             5-10-1   * Jeffrey Okudah           CB        6-1, 200            Ohio State
9          Jacksonville      6-10      * Tristan Wirfs               OT        6-5, 320            Iowa
10         Cleveland          6-10      Derrick Brown               DT        6-5, 320            Auburn
11         NY Jets             7-9        * Andrew Thomas          OT        6-5, 320            Georgia
12         Las Vegas        7-9        * CeeDee Lamb             WR       6-2, 190            Oklahoma
13         Indianapolis      7-9        * Jedrick Wills               OT        6-5, 315            Alabama
14         Tampa Bay       7-9        * Grant Delpit                S          6-3, 210            LSU
15         Denver              7-9        Javon Kinlaw                 DT        6-6, 310            South Carolina
16         Atlanta              7-9        * Cole Kmet                  TE        6-6, 250            Notre Dame
17         Dallas               8-8        Kristian Fulton               CB        6-0, 190            LSU
18         Miami (Pittsburgh) 8-8    * Jonathan Taylor     RB        5-11, 220          Wisconsin
19         Las Vegas (Chic) 8-8     * K’Lavon Chaisson      OLB      6-4, 240            LSU
20         Jacksonville (Rams) 9-7 * Jake Fromm             QB       6-2, 220            Georgia
21         Philadelphia      9-7        * Tee Higgins                 WR       6-4, 205            Clemson
22         Buffalo             10-6      * Laviska Shenault         WR       6-2, 225            Colorado
23         New England    12-4      Raekwon Davis             DT        6-7, 310            Alabama
24         New Orleans     13-3      * Xavier McKinney         S          6-1, 200            Alabama
25         Minnesota         10-6      * C.J. Henderson           CB        6-1, 190            Florida
26         Miami (Houston) 10-6    * Mekhi Becton           OT        6-6, 355            Louisville
27         Seattle              11-5      * J.K. Dobbins                  RB        5-10, 220          Ohio State
28         Baltimore          14-2      * D’Andre Swift              RB        5-9, 215            Georgia
29         Tennessee        9-7       Tyler Biadasz                   C          6-3, 320            Wisconsin
30         Green Bay        13-3      * Justin Jefferson          WR       6-1, 190            LSU
31         Kansas City      12-4      Marlon Davidson           DE       6-3, 275            Auburn
32         San Francisco   13-3      * Henry Ruggs              WR       6-0, 190            Alabama

Frank Coyle is a longtime member of the FWAA and a voter for the Heisman Trophy, Outland Trophy, Bronko Nagurski, Jim Thorpe, Fred Biletnikoff and Eddie Robinson awards annually for 25 years. He was a 20 year Scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl.




NFL Announces 99 Players Granted Eligibility For NFL Draft 2020

NFL Office Announces 99 Players Granted Special Eligibility For NFL Draft 2020

16 additional players who graduated and eligible

The National Football League announced the names of 99 players who have been granted special eligibility for the 2020 NFL Draft and 16 players who have fulfilled their degree requirements with college football eligibility remaining and are also eligible for selection in the April 23-25 draft in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Draft Insiders’ will have extensive Underclassmen reports in both upcoming Newsletters and the 2020 NFL Draft Yearbook.

The following 16 players have in timely fashion under NFL rules officially notified the league office that they have fulfilled their degree requirements.  Consequently, they are eligible for selection:

Player /Position/ College
1 Benjamin, Eno RB Arizona State
2 Betiku, Oluwole DE Illinois
3 Cushenberry, Lloyd C Louisiana State
4 Davis, Quartney WR Texas A&M
5 Gilman, Alohi DB Notre Dame
6 Hennessy, Matt C Temple
7 Holmes, Darnay DB UCLA
8 Ismael, Keith C San Diego State
9 Johnson, Jaylon DB Utah
10 Jones, Tony RB Notre Dame
11 Lewis, Terrell LB Alabama
12 Love, Jordan QB Utah State
13 Lumor, Elorm DE Rutgers
14 Miller, Houston DE Texas Tech
15 Murray, Kenneth LB Oklahoma
16 Simmons, Isaiah  LB Clemson

Each of the 99 players listed below have met the league’s three-year eligibility rule and have renounced their college football eligibility by submitting written notification to the league office on or before the January 17 deadline.  Consequently, they are eligible for selection:

The players granted special eligibility for the 2020 NFL Draft:

Player /Position /College
1 Ahmed, Salvon RB Washington
2 Akers, Cam RB Florida State
3 Arnold, Grayland DB Baylor
4 Asiasi, Devin TE UCLA
5 Bandy, Trajan DB Miami (Fla.)
6 Becton, Mekhi T Louisville
7 Biadasz, Tyler C Wisconsin
8 Blacklock, Ross DT Texas Christian
9 Bowden, Lynn WR Kentucky
10 Brown, Marcus DE Missouri Western
11 Bryant, Hunter TE Washington
12 Cephus, Quintez WR Wisconsin
13 Chaisson, K’Lavon LB Louisiana State
14 Charles, Saahdiq T Louisiana State
15 Cleveland, Ezra T Boise State
16 Coe, Nick DE Auburn
17 Colon-Castillo, Trystan C Missouri
18 Coulter, Isaiah WR Rhode Island
19 Curl, Kamren DB Arkansas
20 Dallas, DeeJay RB  Miami (Fla.)
21 Dantzler, Cameron DB Mississippi State
22 Davis, Gabriel WR Central Florida
23 Davis, Kyle WR Florida Atlantic
24 Delpit, Grant DB Louisiana State
25 Dillon, AJ RB Boston College
26 Dobbins, J.K. RB Ohio State
27 Eason, Jacob QB Washington
28 Edwards-Helaire, Clyde RB Louisiana State
29 Elliott, Jordan DT Missouri
30 Epenesa, A.J. DE Iowa
31 Evans, Darrynton RB Appalachian State
32 Fromm, Jake QB Georgia
33 Garvin, Jonathan DE Miami (Fla.)
34 Gay, Willie LB Mississippi State
35 Gross-Matos, Yetur DE Penn State
36 Guerriero, Pete RB Monmouth, N.J.
37 Guidry, Javelin DB Utah
38 Hamler, K.J. WR Penn State
39 Hand, Harrison DB Temple
40 Henderson, C.J. DB Florida
41 Higgins, Tee WR Clemson
42 Hodgins, Isaiah WR Oregon State
43 Igbinoghene, Noah DB Auburn
44 Jackson, Austin T  Southern California
45 Jackson, Trishton WR  Syracuse
46 Jefferson, Justin WR Louisiana State
47 Jeudy, Jerry WR Alabama
48 Keene, Dalton TE Virginia Tech
49 Kindley, Solomon G Georgia
50 Kmet, Cole TE Notre Dame
51 Lamb, CeeDee WR Oklahoma
52 Leake, Javon RB Maryland
53 Lynch, James DT  Baylor
54 Madubuike, Justin DT  Texas A&M
55 McDonald, Cole QB Hawaii
56 McFarland, Anthony RB Maryland
57 McKinney, Xavier DB Alabama
58 Moss, Thaddeus TE Louisiana State
59 Muti, Netane T Fresno State
60 Newman, Tomas DB Virginia-Lynchburg
61 Okudah, Jeff DB Ohio State
62 Okwuegbunam, Albert TE Missouri
63 Parkinson, Colby TE Stanford
64 Peoples-Jones, Donovan WR Michigan
65 Phillips, Jacob LB Louisiana State
66 Pierre, James DB Florida Atlantic
67 Queen, Patrick LB Louisiana State
68 Reagor, Jalen WR Texas Christian
69 Renfro, Debione DB Texas A&M
70 Robertson, Amik DB Louisiana Tech
71 Robinson, Kenny DB West Virginia
72 Rogers, Kendrick WR Texas A&M
73 Ruggs, Henry WR Alabama
74 Ruiz, Cesar C Michigan
75 Salomon, Darnell WR South Florida
76 Samuels, Stanford DB Florida State
77 Scott, Josiah DB Michigan State
78 Shenault, Laviska WR Colorado
79 Siposs, Arryn P Auburn
80 Stone, Geno DB Iowa
81 Swift, D’Andre RB Georgia
82 Tagovailoa, Tua QB Alabama
83 Taylor, Jonathan RB Wisconsin
84 Taylor, Tabyus RB Virginia Union
85 Terrell, A.J. DB Clemson
86 Thomas, Andrew T Georgia
87 Thomas, Jeff WR Miami (Fla.)
88 Turk, Michael P Arizona State
89 Warren, Michael RB Cincinnati
90 Watkins, Quez WR Southern Mississippi
91 Weaver, Curtis DE Boise State
92 White, Cody WRMichigan State
93 Wills, Jedrick T Alabama
94 Wilson, Isaiah T Georgia
95 Winfield, Antoine DB Minnesota
96 Wirfs, Tristan T Iowa
97 Woodward, David LB Utah State
98 Young, Chase DE Ohio State
99 Young, Toren RB Iowa

The following players inquired about their draft status and are eligible for selection without the need for special eligibility:
Player /Position /School
1 McClease, Deshawn RB Virginia Tech
2 Strickland, Carlos WR Texas-San Antonio
3 Taylor, J.J. RB Arizona
4 Williams, Ty’Son  RB Brigham Young
5 Uche, Josh LB Michigan

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NFL Draft 2020 First Round Mock Draft –

NFL Draft 2020 – First Round Mock Draft – January, 2020

 All underclassmen have until Jan. 20th to declare for the NFL Draft 2020. Players then have three days to rescind their decision and return to school and retain their college eligibility.

Exact draft order to be determined at close of the postseason

* Underclassmen expected to declare for the NFL Draft 2020

1st Round

#  Team                W/L      Player                 Pos      Ht/WT         School
1   Cincinnati          2-14      Joe Burrow             QB       6-4, 220            LSU
2  Washington       3-13      * Chase Young        DE       6-5, 265           Ohio St
3  Detroit               3-12-1   * Jeffrey Okudah     CB        6-1, 200          Ohio St
4 NY Giants         4-12      * Andrew Thomas     OT        6-5, 320         Georgia
5 Miami               5-11      Justin Herbert            QB       6-6, 230           Oregon
6 LA Chargers      5-11      * Jerry Jeudy             WR       6-1, 195           Alabama
7  Carolina            5-11      * Tua Tagovailoa       QB       6-1, 215            Alabama
8  Arizona             5-10-1   * A.J. Epenesa          DE       6-6, 280           Iowa
9 Jacksonville      6-10      Derrick Brown          DT        6-5, 320          Auburn
10 Cleveland          6-10      * Tristan Wirfs        OT        6-5, 320           Iowa
11  NY Jets             7-9        * CeeDee Lamb        WR       6-2, 190          Oklahoma
12 Las Vegas        7-9        * Grant Delpit             S          6-3, 210           LSU
13 Indianapolis      7-9        * Jedrick Willis       OT        6-5, 315           Alabama
14 Tampa Bay       7-9        * Jonathan Taylor   RB        5-11, 220          Wisconsin
15 Denver              7-9        * Jake Fromm          QB       6-2, 220             Georgia
16 Atlanta              7-9        * Paulson Adebo      CB        6-1, 190             Stanford
17 Dallas               8-8        * Xavier McKinney    S          6-1, 200            Alabama
18 Miami (Pitt) 8-8    * Yetur Gross-Matos      DE       6-5, 265             Penn State
19 Las Vegas (Chicago) 8-8 * Laviska Shenault   WR       6-2, 225       Colorado
20 Jacksonville (Rams) 9-7  * D’Andre Swift       RB        5-9, 215        Georgia
21 Philadelphia      9-7        Kristian Fulton           CB        6-0, 190          LSU
22 Buffalo             10-6      * Isaiah Simmons        OLB      6-4, 225         Clemson
23 New England    12-4      Julian Okwara            OLB      6-5, 240         Notre Dame
24 New Orleans     13-3      * Cole Kmet                 TE        6-6, 250          Notre Dame
25 Tennessee        9-7        Raekwon Davis            DT        6-7, 310           Alabama
26 Minnesota         10-6      * Walker Little            OT        6-7, 315           Stanford
27 Miami (Houston) 10-6  * K’Lavon Chaisson   OLB      6-4, 240          LSU
28 Seattle              11-5      * Henry Ruggs              WR       6-0, 190           Alabama
29 Kansas City      12-4      * Travis Etienne           RB        5-10, 215         Clemson
30 Green Bay        13-3      * Tee Higgins                WR       6-4, 205          Clemson
31  San Francisco   13-3      * C.J. Henderson        CB        6-1, 190           Florida
32 Baltimore          14-2      * J.K. Dobbins              RB        5-10, 220       Ohio State

Frank Coyle is a longtime member of the FWAA and a voter for the Heisman Trophy, Outland Trophy, Bronko Nagurski, Jim Thorpe, Fred Biletnikoff and Eddie Robinson awards annually for 25 years. He was a 20-year Scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl.