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2021 NFL Prospects

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With the 2020 right around the corner, I’ve put together my top 10’s for 2021. Enjoy 

 

QB 

  1. Trevor Lawrence Clemson 
  2. Justin Fields Ohio State 
  3. Trey Lance North Dakota State 
  4. Brock Purdy Iowa State 
  5. Sam Ehlinger Texas 
  6. Jamie Newman Georgia 
  7. Anthony Russo Temple 
  8. Jake Bentley Utah 
  9. Ian Book Notre Dame
  10. K.J. Costello Mississippi State 

 

HB

 

  1. Travis Etienne Clemson 
  2. Chuba Hubbard Oklahoma State
  3. Kylin Hill Mississippi State
  4. Kenneth Gainwell Memphis 
  5. Najee Harris Alabama 
  6. Kennedy Brooks Oklahoma 
  7. Javian Hawkins Louisville 
  8. Trey Sermon Ohio State 
  9. Elijah Mitchell LA-Lafayette 
  10. Pooka Williams Kansas 

 

WR

 

  1. Ja’Marr Chase LSU
  2. Justyn Ross Clemson 
  3. DeVonte Smith Alabama 
  4. Sage Suratt Wake Forest
  5. Seth Williams Auburn 
  6. Tamoerion Terry Florida State 
  7. Rondale Moore Purdue 
  8. Chris Olave Ohio State 
  9. Tylan Wallace Oklahoma State 
  10. Rashod Bateman Minnesota 
  11. Jaylen Waddle Alabama 
  12. Tutu Atwell Louisville 
  13. Taysir Mack Pitt 
  14. Kadarious Toney Florida 
  15. Charleston Rambo Oklahoma 

 

TE 

 

  1. Brevin Jordan Miami
  2. Pat Freiermuth Penn State 
  3. Charlie Kolar Iowa State
  4. Matt Bushman BYU
  5. Kyle Pitts Florida 
  6. Chase Allen Iowa State 
  7. Jake Ferguson Wisconsin 
  8. Kenny Yeboah Ole Miss
  9. Lucas Kroll Pitt
  10. Jack Stoll Nebraska 

 

OT

 

  1. Penei Sewell Oregon 
  2. Walker Little Stanford 
  3. Liam Eichenberg Notre Dame 
  4. Samuel Cosmi Texas 
  5. Alaric Jackson Iowa
  6. Jackson Carman Clemson 
  7. Thayer Munford Ohio State
  8. Jalen Mayfield Michigan 
  9. Abraham Lucas Washington State
  10. Landon Young Kentucky 

 

OG

 

  1. Trey Smith Tennessee 
  2. Wyatt Davis Ohio State
  3. Jack Anderson Texas Tech 
  4. Rashawn Slater Northwestern 
  5. D.J. Scaife Jr. Miami 
  6. Ben Cleveland Georgia 
  7. Kevin Jarvis Michigan State 
  8. Tommy Kraemer Notre Dame 
  9. Cam Degeorge Louisville 
  10. Deonte Brown Alabama 

 

C

 

  1. Creed Humphries Oklahoma 
  2. Jimmy Morrissey Pitt
  3. Michael Menet Penn State 
  4. Trey Hill Georgia 
  5. Alec Lindstrom Boston College 
  6. Nathan Eldridge Oregon State 
  7. Baveon Johnson Florida State 
  8. Conner Olsen Minnesota 
  9. Doug Kramer Illinois 
  10. Drake Jackson Kentucky 

 

DE

 

  1. Gregory Rousseau Miami 
  2. Carlos Basham Wake Forest 
  3. Patrick Johnson Tulane 
  4. Xavier Thomas Clemson 
  5. Big Cat Bryant Auburn 
  6. Quincey Roche Miami 
  7. Ronnie Perkins Oklahoma 
  8. Rashad Weaver Pitt 
  9. Thomas Booker Stanford 
  10. Kwity Paye Michigan

 

DT

 

  1. Marvin Wilson Florida State 
  2. Lorenzo Neal Purdue 
  3. Jay Tufele USC
  4. Jordan Davis Georgia 
  5. Jordon Scott Oregon 
  6. Jaylen Twyman Pitt
  7. LaBryan Ray Alabama 
  8. Mustafa Johnson Colorado 
  9. Corey Bethley TCU
  10. Cory Durden Florida State 

 

LB

 

  1. Micah Parsons Penn State 
  2. Charles Snowden Virginia 
  3. Garrett Wallow TCU
  4. Dylan Moses Alabama 
  5. Damone Clark LSU
  6. Hamilcar Rashed Oregon State 
  7. Kuony Deng Cal
  8. Paddy Fisher Northwestern 
  9. K.J. Britt Auburn 
  10. Tyshon Fogg Rutgers 

 

CB

 

  1. Patrick Surtain Jr. Alabama 
  2. Israel Mukuama South Carolina 
  3. Paulson Adebo Stanford 
  4. Shaun Wade Ohio State 
  5. Tyson Campbell Georgia 
  6. Mark Gilbert Duke 
  7. Asante Samuel Jr. Florida State 
  8. Marco Wilson Florida 
  9. Thomas Graham Oregon 
  10. Caleb Farley Virginia Tech

 

 

  1. Jevon Holland Oregon 
  2. Caden Sterns Texas 
  3. Greg Eisworth Iowa State 
  4. Hamsah Nasirildeen Florida State
  5. Andrew Cisco Syracuse 
  6. Paris Ford Pitt
  7. Richie Grant UCF
  8. J.R. Pace Northwestern
  9. Gurvan Hall Miami
  10. Tariq Thompson San Diego State

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Holy crap, next years WR class is even better than this one

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Seems like runningback depth and defensive ends are the weakest in the class but overall a stacked class 

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Curious how Newman will play at Georgia. If he does really well he could cement himself as #2 QB and even #2 pick. I’m not as high on Fields as others. 

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1 hour ago, Hunter2_1 said:

Patrick Surtain and Asante Samuel.

 

I feel old.

Does every single NFL player name their son after them?

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1 hour ago, paul-mac said:

Does every single NFL player name their son after them?

A lot of ego with NFL level talent.  At least none of them have gone full George Forman that I'm aware of and named all their kids after them, including the girls.

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6 minutes ago, THE DUKE said:

A lot of ego with NFL level talent.  At least none of them have gone full George Forman that I'm aware of and named all their kids after them, including the girls.

AND a grill.

Sickening arrogance. 

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10 minutes ago, Hunter2_1 said:

AND a grill.

Sickening arrogance. 

I will NOT stand for slander against the grill!  That thing helped get me through college.

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Kyle Trask will be a fast raiser in this QB class...top to bottom this is the best QB class for a while IMO...also love the depth at OT.

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A bit surprised to see Jordon Scott rated so high on your DT list. Love him as a college player but seems too limited (purely a 2 down run stuffer) to go very high. He is one of my favorite ducks, but I see him as more of a late round guy based on athletic limitations

Also, I would put Lenoir ahead of Graham in your DB rankings. Neither has great size but Lenoir is stickier in coverage on the outside whereas Graham seems purely limited to a slot role. I think both are more of the "good college player, average prospect" types but Lenoir has more athletic upside imo.

With Xavier Thomas, I keep seeing people rank him fairly high but my understanding is he hasn't really lived up to the hype. What's your reason for ranking him so high?

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6 hours ago, THE DUKE said:

I will NOT stand for slander against the grill!  That thing helped get me through college.

Just college? I just went pro after 15 years with one of those things. If I didn't get into air frying, I'd probably still have it lol. Thing was/is incredible

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