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2021 NFL Draft 7 Round ranking:

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1st
Trevor Lawrence Clemson JR QB
Penei Sewell Oregon JR OT
Micah Parsons Penn State JR OLB
Justin Fields Ohio State JR QB
Joseph Ossai Texas JR OLB
Ja'Marr Chase LSU JR WR
Marvin Wilson Florida State SR DT
Tamorrion Terry Florida State RS JR WR
Pat Freiermuth Penn State JR TE
Alex Leatherwood Alabama SR OG/OT
Rondale Moore Purdue JR WR
Shaun Wade Ohio State RS JR CB
Jaylen Twyman Pitt RS JR DT
Gregory Rousseau Miami FL RS SOPH DE
Dylan Moses Alabama SR ILB
Najee Harris Alabama SR RB
Trey Smith Tennessee SR OG/OT
Josh Myers Ohio State RS JR C
Travis Etienne Clemson SR RB
Jaylen Waddle Alabama JR WR
Jevon Holland Oregon JR S
Devonta Smith Alabama SR WR
Alaric Jackson Iowa RS SR OT/OG
Chuba Hubbard Ok State RS JR RB
Wyatt Davis RS JR OG Ohio State
Rashod Bateman Minnesota JR WR
Thomas Graham Jr Oregon SR CB
Creed Humphrey Oklahoma RS JR C
Walker Little Stanford SR OT
Kyle Pitts Florida JR TE
Talanoa Hufanga USC JR S
Patrick Jones II Pitt RS SR DE

2nd
Carlos Basham Jr. Wake Forest RS JR DE
Jordon Scott Oregon SR NT
Liam Eichenberg Notre Dame RS JR OT
Justyn Ross Clemson JR WR
Paulson Adebo Stanford RS JR CB
Cole Van Lanen Wisconsin RS SR OT
Brock Purdy Iowa State JR QB
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah Notre Dame SR OLB
Paris Ford Pitt RS JR S
Caden Sterns Texas JR S
Camryn Bynum Cal RS SR CB
Tylan Wallace Ok State SR WR
Quincy Roche Miami FL SR DE
Deonte Brown Alabama RS JR OG
Andre Cisco Syracuse JR S
Hamsah Nasirildeen Florida State SR S
Derion Kendrick Clemson JR CB
Tutu Atwell Louisville JR WR
Monty Rice Georgia SR ILB
Patrick Surtain Jr. Alabama JR CB
Thayer Munford Ohio State JR OT
Brady Breeze Oregon RS SR S
Darius Stills West Virginia SR DT
Sage Surratt Wake Forest JR WR
Journey Brown Penn State RS JR RB
Xavier Thomas Clemson JR DE
Asante Samuel Jr Florida State JR CB
Kylin Hill Miss State SR RB
Tyreke Smith Ohio State JR DE
KJ Britt Auburn SR ILB
Seth Williams Auburn JR WR\
DJ Daniel Georgia SR CB

3rd
Kellen Mond Texas A&M SR QB
Paddy Fisher Northwestern RS JR ILB
Terrace Marshall Jr LSU JR WR
Sam Ehlinger Texas SR QB
Rakeem Boyd Arkansas SR RB
Chris Olave Ohio State JR WR
Greg Eisworth Iowa State RS SR S
Charles Snowden Virginia SR OLB
Baron Browning Ohio State SR ILB
Jordan Davis Georgia JR DT
Ihmir Smith-Marsette Iowa JR WR
Jack Sanborn Wisconsin JR ILB
Antjuan Simmons Michigan State SR OLB
Mustafa Johnson Colorado SR DT
Keith Taylor Washington SR CB
Richard LeCounte III Georgia SR S
Tommy Kraemer Notre Dame RS SR OG
Joshua Kaindoh Florida State SR DE
Damonte Coxie Memphis RS SR WR
Abraham Lucas Washington State RS JR OT
Brady White Memphis RS SR QB
Noah Taylor Virginia JR OLB
Kary Vincent Jr LSU SR S/CB
Samuel Cosmi Texas RS JR OT
Jay Tufele USC JR DT
David Bailey Boston College JR RB
Aidan Hutchinson Michigan JR DE
Charlie Kolar Iowa State RS JR TE
Jamie Newman Georgia RS SR QB
Chazz Surratt UNC RS SR OLB
Caleb Farley Virginia Tech RS JR CB
*Landon Dickerson Alabama RS SR C
*Isaiahh Loudermilk Wisconsin RS SR DE
*Elijah Molden Washington SR S
*Eric Stokes Georgia RS JR CB
*Trey Hill Georgia JR C
*Jabril Cox LSU SR OLB
* Lorenzo Neal Purdue RS SR NT
* Pooka Williams Jr Kansas JR RB

4th
BJ Foster Texas JR S
Hamilcar Rashed Jr Oregon State RS SR OLB
Jake Ferguson Wisconsin RS JR TE
Jack Jones Arizona State RS SR CB
Tyree Johnson Texas A&M RS JR DE/OLB
Dax Hollifield Virginia Tech JR ILB
Nate Hobbs Illinois SR CB
Drake Jackson Kentucky RS SR C
Tyler Vaughns USC RS SR WR
Greg Eiland Miss State RS SR OT
Lamont Wade Penn State SR S
Amon-Ra St. Brown USC JR WR
Cade Otton Washington RS JR TE
Andrew Stueber Michigan RS JR OT
Jordan Tucker UNC RS JR OT
Jimmy Morrissey Pitt RS SR C
Jamar Watson Kentucky RS SR OLB
Shaka Toney Penn State RS SR DE
Brian Robinson Jr Alabama SR RB
Shane Buechele SMU RS SR QB
Matt Bushman BYU RS SR TE
JaCoby Stevens LSU SR S/OLB
Jake Hansen Illinois RS SR ILB
Johnny Johnson III Oregon SR WR
Brevin Jordan Miami FL JR TE
Chauncey Golston Iowa RS SR DE
Zane Zandier Virginia SR ILB
Ryan Liam Washington State RS SR OG
Cameron Goode Cal RS SR OLB
Trey Sermon Ohio State SR RB
Robert Hainsey Notre Dame SR OT
Nate Landman Colorado SR ILB
*Joe Tryon Washington RS JR DE
* Marquez Stevenson Houston RS SR WR
* Ed Ingram LSU JR OG
* Travis Whillock Northwestern RS SR S

5th
Cade Johnson South Dakota State SR WR
Zion Johnson Boston College SR OG
Big Kat Bryant Auburn SR DE
Garret Wallow TCU SR OLB
Richie Grant UCF SR S
TJ Vasher Texas Tech RS SR WR
JD Spielman Nebraska SR WR
Kwity Paye Michigan SR DE
Israel Mukuamu South Carolina JR CB
Jovan Swann Indiana DE SR
Ben Cleveland Georgia RS SR OG
JaQuan Bailey Iowa State RS SR DE/OLB
Dedrick Mills Nebraska SR RB
Theo Howard Oklahoma SR WR
Bryce Watts UNC RS JR CB
Tre Nixon UCF RS SR WR
Jordan Smith UAB RS SR OLB/DE
Larry Rountree III Missouri SR RB
D'Eriq King Miami FL RS SR QB/WR
JR Pace Northwestern SR S
Erik Swenson Oklahoma RS JR OT
Ambry Thomas Michigan SR CB
Amen Ogbongbemiga Ok State RS SR ILB
Levi Onwuzurike Washington RS SR DT
Michael Carter UNC SR RB
Khyiris Tonga BYU SR NT
Deommodore Lenoir Oregon SR CB
Josh Imatorbhebhe Illinois SR WR
Kuony Deng Cal RS SR LB
Jonathon Cooper Ohio State RS SR DE
Damon Hazelton Missouri SR WR
Luke Farrell Oho State RS SR TE
* Marco Wilson Florida RS JR CB
* Amari Rodgers Clemson SR WR
* John Bates Boise State RS SR TE

6th
Calvin Ashley Florida A&M RS JR OT
Rayshard Ashby Virginia Tech SR ILB
Kadarius Toney Florida SR WR
Caleb Jones Indiana RS JR OT
Brandon Peters Illinois RS SR QB
Eyioma Uwazurike Iowa State SR DE
Stephen Carr USC SR RB
Sam Schlueter Minnesota RS SR OT
Stone Forsythe Florida RS SR OT/OG
Pete Werner Ohio State SR OLB
Mark Gilbert Duke RS SR CB
KJ Costello Miss State RS SR QB
Dee Wiggins Miami FL JR WR
Jaycee Horn South Carolina JR CB
Rhamondre Stevenson Oklahoma SR FB
Spencer Brown UAB SR RB
Whop Philyor Indiana SR WR
Coney Durr Minnesota RS SR CB
John Ridgeway Illinois State RS JR DT
Bobby Roundtree Illinois SR DE
Divine Deablo Virginia Tech RS SR S
James Skalski Clemson RS SR ILB
Devery Hamilton Duke RS SR OG/OT
Shawn Davis Florida SR S
Daelin Hayes Notre Dame RS SR DE/OLG
Joey Blount Virginia SR S
KD Nixon Colorado SR WR
Jeremiah Moon Florida RS SR OLB
Marcelino Ball Indiana RS SR S/OLB
Ian Book Notre Dame RS SR QB
Patrick Johnson Tulane SR OLB/DE
Asim Rose Kentucky SR RB
* Ty Chandler Tennessee SR RB
* Garrett Groshek Wisconsin RS SR RB
* Kyle Trask Florida RS SR QB
* Tuf Borland Ohio State RS SR ILB
* Nico Collins Michigan SR WR
* DeAndre Pierce Boise State RS SR S
* Mike Harley Miami FL SR WR
* Janarius Robinson Florida State RS SR DE
* Erroll Thompson Miss State RS SR ILB
* Dez Fitzpatrick Louisville SR WR

7th
Emmanuel Rugamba Miami OH SR CB
Jack Stoll Nebraska RS SR TE
Brad Hawkins Michigan SR S
Jacub Panasiuk Michigan State SR DE
Navaughn Donaldson Miami FL SR OG
Brendon White Rutgers SR S
Jelani Woods Ok State RS JR TE
Stewart Reese Miss State RS SR OG
Myles Jones Texas A&M SR CB
Peyton Ramsey Indiana RS SR QB
Buddy Johnson Texas A&M SR ILB
Andre Anthony LSU RS SR LB
Scott Lashley Miss State SR OT
Earnest Brown IV Northwestern SR DE
Vavae Malepeai USC SR RB
Miller Forristall Alabama RS SR TE
JoJo Domann Nebraska RS SR S/OLB
Myles Wolfolk UNC S SR
Dee Anderson NA SR WR
Jackson Anthrop Purdue SR WR
Labryan Ray Alabama RS JR DE
Charlie Brewer Baylor SR QB
Tony Adams Illinois RS SR S
Glen Logan LSU SR DE
Jaquan Brisker Penn State SR S
LD Brown Ok State RS SR RB
Tavante Beckett Marshall RS SR ILB
Kekoa Crawford Cal SR WR
Kenny Pickett Pitt SR QB
Trevon Grimes Florida SR WR
Obinna Eza Memphis RS JR OT
Otis Anderson UCF SR RB
*Daniel Imatorbhebhe USC SR TE
* Austin Deculus LSU SR OT
* Zech McPhearson Texas Tech RS SR CB
* Mandy Alonso Virginia SR DE
* Terrance Davis Wake Forest SR OG
* Racey McMath LSU SR WR
* Gleson Sprewell Houston SR S
* Ronnie Rivers Fresno State SR RB


 

 

Originally made in January 2020 but has been edited along the way.  

 

Edited by Ozzy
Updated 4/29/20

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Curious as to why you are down on Sterns as a prospect given his play on the field, is it his injury concerns?

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2 hours ago, Calvert28 said:

Curious as to why you are down on Sterns as a prospect given his play on the field, is it his injury concerns?

Down?  Sure I do not have him as a 1st round pick right now but Holland clearly out played Sterns last year and showed up more often I feel especially in pass coverage.  Hufanga is a tackling machine and shows great potential as well.  Could argue Sterns might be better than Hufanga but his tackling put him over Sterns I feel.  Could easily argue Cisco is better than Sterns as well and yes the injury stuff could be an issue.  Paris Ford played damn good ball also and is a up and coming safety not to mention Brady Breeze who played out of his mind good to end this season in the Pac 12 championship and bowl game.

 

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Thanks for this. Will be interesting to follow this list as we pass the 2020 draft and get closer to the 2021 draft. There are players who come out of nowhere, wonder if this happens for the 2021 draft as well. 

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On 1/27/2020 at 8:40 AM, tom cody said:

Thanks for this. Will be interesting to follow this list as we pass the 2020 draft and get closer to the 2021 draft. There are players who come out of nowhere, wonder if this happens for the 2021 draft as well. 

True but I doubt any players will rise from being a 6th to 7th rounder at this stage to being the #1 pick overall like Joe Burrow has become.  Other risers in terms of 1st round guys were as follows.

 

Joe Burrow LSU RS SR QB - Historic season and historic rise in the draft, has never really been anything like it.  Even David Carr's increase in production from his JR to SR year is nothing compared to Burrow's production from his RS JR year to his RS SR year.  


Tristan Wirfs Iowa JR OT - Had him more middle rounds just on potential and soon increased the more I saw his solid play this season, was not super impressed with his play against Miss State as a SOPH but he was greatly improve this year and I feel is the most promising OL in the draft this year because of his athletic ability and strength.


Jeffrey Okudah Ohio State JR CB - Had him as more of a middle round pick in February, clearly played the best ball of his career after a pretty slow start and not seeing the field much for obvious reasons.


James Lynch Baylor JR DE - Was not on my radar and now could be a 1st round pick, kid is physically a stud.


Jonah Jackson Ohio State SR OG - Another player not really on my radar coming Rutgers, but he sure took advantage of his transfer to Ohio State and is now arguably the best guard prospect in the draft.  Played great all season long.  

 

 

 

In terms of 2021 it is always interesting to see what it looks like when I put them into rounds.  Again I did not base it off anything I have seen and is just how I rank each player according to the others at this position and the others around them in terms of talent.  Also projecting which underclassmen declare and which do not.  

 

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So did Walker Little tank his draft stock this year? Before the season, I was seeing things about him being a top-15 pick in 2020.

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4 minutes ago, HoboRocket said:

So did Walker Little tank his draft stock this year? Before the season, I was seeing things about him being a top-15 pick in 2020.

I think I had him 2nd round before this season, never had him that high, sure he could get back to that possibly but is coming off and injury obviously this year and missed basically the entire season so will see what he looks like next year.  

I probably have him a little underrated in this original list, out of sight out of mind.   Could easily move him up to the 2nd round or higher but need to see what he is like after the injury.  But I think he would be hard pressed to surpass Leatherwood and Alaric Jackson though not to mention Eichenberg and Van Lanen, and he will never surpass Sewell

 




 

 

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Props on the work. Can only really comment on the Miami prospects. Glad people are starting to recognize Rousseau’s talent. Dude is a freak athlete and I feel had the quietest 15.5 sack season in history. Young got all the hype and deservedly so but for a guy who didn’t start until I believe Week 5, it makes it even more impressive. Can’t comment much on Roche but definitely looking forward to him and Rousseau terrorizing QBs this year. I feel you’re waaaaaay to low on Brevin Jordan especially if you have Kyle Pitts that high. Jordan is a Delanie Walker clone. You’re waaaay too high on Donaldson. Dudes a fat lazy slob who flat out sucks. Too slow to even play OG. Unless he gets it this year and loses about 30+ lbs, he won’t have an NFL future and I doubt he’ll even start this season. He’ll never succeed in a spread hurry up offense which is what Miami will be running this year. Scaife to me is the best OL on the team which isn’t saying much because the whole unit is trash. Wiggins is a solid prospect. He’s been hampered by trash QBs but he does have hands of stone. Hopefully he straightens that out. Not sure if I missed any. 

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19 minutes ago, ttitansfan4life said:

Props on the work. Can only really comment on the Miami prospects. Glad people are starting to recognize Rousseau’s talent. Dude is a freak athlete and I feel had the quietest 15.5 sack season in history. Young got all the hype and deservedly so but for a guy who didn’t start until I believe Week 5, it makes it even more impressive. Can’t comment much on Roche but definitely looking forward to him and Rousseau terrorizing QBs this year. I feel you’re waaaaaay to low on Brevin Jordan especially if you have Kyle Pitts that high. Jordan is a Delanie Walker clone. You’re waaaay too high on Donaldson. Dudes a fat lazy slob who flat out sucks. Too slow to even play OG. Unless he gets it this year and loses about 30+ lbs, he won’t have an NFL future and I doubt he’ll even start this season. He’ll never succeed in a spread hurry up offense which is what Miami will be running this year. Scaife to me is the best OL on the team which isn’t saying much because the whole unit is trash. Wiggins is a solid prospect. He’s been hampered by trash QBs but he does have hands of stone. Hopefully he straightens that out. Not sure if I missed any. 

Miami football with this move will be greatly improved next season, Ed Reed is a superstar and communicates crazy well.  Talk about having a leader on a football team, he could greatly help them in a variety of ways the more he gets involved.  

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/28601343/ed-reed-returns-miami-hurricanes-chief-staff

 

Will be interesting how they play next year, especially with King at QB and those pass rushers on D.  Jaelan Phillips will be curious how he looks, was way overrated at UCLA but see if being around other talented DEs gets him in gear.   Al Blades, Sam Brooks Jr. and Bubba Bolden will be curious how they look, Blades has potential and so does Brooks obviously.  Rousseau did get some pad stat games against FSU and Pitt that inflated that sack total, and he did a lot of work and production from the DT spot in pass rush situations so clearly few guards can handle that in college.  He will for sure have much more attention on him this up coming year but Roche should help keeping guys off him a little.  

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35 minutes ago, Ozzy said:

Miami football with this move will be greatly improved next season, Ed Reed is a superstar and communicates crazy well.  Talk about having a leader on a football team, he could greatly help them in a variety of ways the more he gets involved.  

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/28601343/ed-reed-returns-miami-hurricanes-chief-staff

 

Will be interesting how they play next year, especially with King at QB and those pass rushers on D.  Jaelan Phillips will be curious how he looks, was way overrated at UCLA but see if being around other talented DEs gets him in gear.   Al Blades, Sam Brooks Jr. and Bubba Bolden will be curious how they look, Blades has potential and so does Brooks obviously.  Rousseau did get some pad stat games against FSU and Pitt that inflated that sack total, and he did a lot of work and production from the DT spot in pass rush situations so clearly few guards can handle that in college.  He will for sure have much more attention on him this up coming year but Roche should help keeping guys off him a little.  

Eh Miami will never be relevant again as the University cares nothing about football.  That was for sure when they basically gave the job to Manny Diaz after Richt gave them a free out when he retired. Sure they seem to win the offseason every year with splash hires and big transfers but it all comes crashing down when the season rolls around.  As far as Rousseau, I don’t really see why him lining up at DT really matters. That just shows versatility and Miami did happen to have two very good edge rushers in Trevon Hill and Neo Garvin. Call it stat padding or whatever but he beat the guy lined up in front of him more often than not.

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When putting this list together do you use every player that is draft eligible or just include underclassmen you believe will enter early?

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16 hours ago, badgers0821 said:

When putting this list together do you use every player that is draft eligible or just include underclassmen you believe will enter early?

I left out over 100 soon to be JR players for next year, I just include the ones I think will declare or should declare of the list of top upcoming juniors I have and a few RS SOPH players.

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Good list for Penn State. Though even I'm not as high as you are on some of our guys.

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12 minutes ago, Danger said:

Good list for Penn State. Though even I'm not as high as you are on some of our guys.

Like who?  I do not think I am missing anyone.  

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