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2021 7 Round Mock Edited 4/13/21


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Up to date with free agent signings and recent trades and Pro day performances.  Still going to be a lot of changes come still.

 

 

1st

1 Jacksonville: Trevor Lawrence Clemson JR QB
2 NY Jets: Justin Fields Ohio State JR QB
3 49ers: Trey Lance North Dakota State RS SOPH QB
4 Atlanta: Zach Wilson BYU JR QB
5 Cincinnati: Ja'Marr Chase LSU JR WR
6 Miami (from Philadelphia): Penei Sewell Oregon JR OT
7 Detroit: Devonta Smith Alabama SR WR
8 Carolina: Kyle Pitts Florida JR TE
9 Denver: Micah Parsons Penn State JR OLB
10 Dallas: Patrick Surtain Jr. Alabama JR CB TE
11 NY Giants: Jaylen Waddle Alabama JR WR
12 Philadelphia (from Miami/49ers): Mac Jones Alabama RS JR QB
13 Chargers: Rashawn Slater Northwestern SR OT/OG
14 Vikings: Alex Leatherwood Alabama SR OG/OT
15 Patriots: Alijah Vera-Tucker USC RS JR OG/OT
16 Arizona: Najee Harris Alabama SR RB
17 Raiders: Christian Darrisaw Virginia Tech JR OG/OT
18 Miami: Jaelan Phillips Miami FL SR DE
19 Washington: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah Notre Dame SR OLB
20 Chicago: Teven Jenkins Oklahoma State RS SR OT
21 Colts: Kwity Paye Michigan SR DE
22 Titans: Rondale Moore Purdue JR WR
23 NY Jets (from Seattle): Travis Etienne Clemson SR RB
24 Pittsburgh: Zaven Collins Tulsa RS JR OLB
25 Jacksonville (from LA Rams): Christian Barmore Alabama RS SOPH DT/DE
26 Cleveland: Gregory Rousseau Miami FL RS SOPH DE 
27 Baltimore: Azeez Ojulari Georgia RS SOPH OLB/DE
28 New Orleans: Jaycee Horn South Carolina JR CB
29 Green Bay: Creed Humphrey Oklahoma RS JR C
30 Buffalo: Caleb Farley Virginia Tech RS JR CB
31 Chiefs: Samuel Cosmi Texas RS JR OT
32 Buccaneers: Jalen Mayfield Michigan RS SOPH OT/OG

 

2nd

33 Jacksonville: Jevon Holland Oregon JR S
34 NY Jets: Jayson Oweh Penn State RS SOPH DE/OLB
35 Atlanta: Trevon Moehrig TCU JR S
36 Miami: Kadarius Toney Florida SR WR
37 Philadelphia: Baron Browning Ohio State SR ILB/OLB
38 Cincinnati: Jackson Carman Clemson JR OT/OG
39 Carolina: Rashod Bateman Minnesota JR WR
40 Denver: Dillon Radunz NDSU RS SR OT/OG
41 Detroit: Caden Sterns Texas JR S
42 NY Giants: Joe Tryon Washington RS JR OLB/DE
43 49ers: Wyatt Davis Ohio State RS JR OG
44 Dallas: Elijah Molden Washington SR S/CB
45 Jacksonville (from Vikings): Shaun Wade Ohio State RS JR CB Eric
46 Patriots: Levi Onwuzurike Washington RS SR DT
47 Chargers: Joseph Ossai Texas JR OLB/DE
48 Raiders: Jamin Davis Kentucky RS JR LB
49 Arizona: Trey Smith Tennessee SR OG
50 Miami: Greg Newsome II Northwestern JR
51 Washington: Kyle Trask Florida RS SR QB
52 Chicago: Kellen Mond Texas A&M SR QB
53 Titans: Liam Eichenberg Notre Dame RS SR OT
54 Colts: Spencer Brown Northern Iowa RS SR OT
55 Pittsburgh: Landon Dickerson Alabama RS SR C/OG
56 Seattle: Quinn Meinerz Wisconsin-Whitewater SR OG/C
57 LA Rams: Josh Myers Ohio State RS JR C
58 Baltimore: Elijah Moore Ole Miss JR WR
59 Cleveland: Daviyon Nixon Iowa JR DT
60 New Orleans: Javonte Williams UNC JR RB
61 Buffalo: Carlos Basham Jr. Wake Forest RS SR DE
62 Green Bay: Stokes Georgia RS JR CB
63 Chiefs: Patrick Jones II Pitt RS SR DE
64 Buccaneers: Richard LeCounte III Georgia SR S

 

 

3rd

65 Jacksonville: Terrace Marshall Jr LSU JR WR
66 NY Jets: Trey Hill Georgia JR C/OG
67 Houston: Amari Rodgers Clemson SR WR
68 Atlanta: Quincy Roche Miami FL SR DE/OLB
69 Cincinnati: Jaylen Twyman Pitt RS JR
70 Philadelphia: Asante Samuel Jr Florida State JR CB
71 Denver: Dan Moore Jr Texas A&M SR OT
72 Detroit: Tyson Campbell Georgia JR CB
73 Carolina: Andre Cisco Syracuse JR S
74 Washington (from 49ers): Tylan Wallace Ok State SR WR
75 Dallas: Pat Freiermuth Penn State JR TE
76 NY Giants: Keith Taylor Washington SR CB
77 Chargers: Seth Williams Auburn JR WR
78 Vikings: Robert Hainsey Notre Dame SR OG/OT
79 Raiders (From Arizona): Paulson Adebo Stanford RS JR CB
80 Raiders: Richie Grant UCF SR S
81 Miami: Pete Werner Ohio State SR LB
82 Washington:Jabril Cox LSU SR OLB
83 Chicago: Tommy Togiai Ohio State JR DT
84 Philadelphia (from Colts): Brevin Jordan Miami FL JR TE
85 Titans: Jay Tufele USC JR DT
86 NY Jets (From Seattle): Walker Little Stanford SR OT
87 Pittsburgh: James Hudson Cincinnati RS JR OT
88 LA Rams: Kary Vincent Jr LSU JR S
89 Cleveland: Talanoa Hufanga USC JR S
90 Vikings (From Ravens): Hunter Long Boston College RS JR TE
91 Cleveland (From Saints): KJ Britt Auburn SR ILB
92 Green Bay: Ifeatu Melifonwu Syracuse JR CB/S
93 Buffalo: Ben Cleveland Georgia RS SR OG
94 Chiefs: Cameron McGrone Michigan RS SOPH ILB
95 Buccaneers: Marvin Wilson Florida State SR DT
*96 Patriots: Jamar Johnson Indiana JR S
*97 Chargers: Royce Newman Ole Miss RS SR OG
*98 New Orleans: Cameron Sample Tulane SR DT
*99 Dallas: Alaric Jackson Iowa RS SR OT
*100 Titans: Tommy Tremble Notre Dame RS SOPH TE/FB
*101 Detroit: Nick Bolton Missouri JR ILB
*102 49ers: Monty Rice Georgia SR ILB
*103 LA Rams: Tutu Atwell Louisville JR WR
*104 Baltimore: Jordon Scott Oregon SR NT
*105 New Orleans: Chazz Surratt UNC RS SR OLB

 

4th

106 Jacksonville: Camryn Bynum Cal RS SR CB
107 NY Jets: Charles Snowden Virginia SR OLB
108 Atlanta: Hamsah Nasirildeen Florida State SR S/LB
109 Patriots (from Houston): Davis Mills Stanford RS JR QB
110 Cleveland (from Phi): Aaron Banks Notre Dame RS JR OG
111 Cincinnati: Tommy Kraemer Notre Dame RS SR OG
112 Detroit: Stone Forsythe Florida RS SR OT
113 Carolina: Thomas Graham Jr Oregon SR CB
114 Denver: Ronnie Perkins Oklahoma JR OLB/DE
115 Dallas: DJ Daniel Georgia SR CB
116 NY Giants: Michael Carter UNC SR RB
117 49ers: Josh Imatorbhebhe Illinois SR WR
118 Chargers: Ar'Darius Washington TCU RS SOPH S
119 Vikings: Jamien Sherwood Auburn JR S
120 Houston (from Patriots): Kelvin Joseph Kentucky RS SOPH CB
121 Raiders: Khyiris Tonga BYU SR NT
122 Houston (from Arizona): Jordan Smith UAB RS SR DE/OLB
123 Philadelphia (from Miami): Justin Hilliard Ohio State RS SR OLB
124 Washington: Drake Jackson Kentucky RS SR C
125 Vikings (from Chicago): Milton Williams Louisiana Tech SR DT
126 Titans: Ihmir Smith-Marsette Iowa SR WR
127 Colts: Elerson Smith Northern Iowa SR DE
128 Pittsburgh: Trey Sermon Ohio State SR RB
129 Seattle: Adetokunbo Ogundeji Notre Dame RS SR DE
130 Jacksonville (From Rams): Chuba Hubbard Ok State RS JR RB
131 Baltimore: Chris Rumph II Duke RS JR DE
132 Cleveland: Tyler Shelvin LSU RS JR NT
133 New Orleans: Dylan Moses Alabama SR ILB
134 Vikings (from Buffalo):Amon-Ra St. Brown USC JR WR
135 Green Bay: Darius Stills West Virginia SR DT
136 Chiefs: Miller Forristall Alabama RS SR TE
137 Buccaneers: Isaiah McDuffie Boston College RS JR LB
*138 Dallas: Rashad Weaver Pitt SR DE
*139 Patriots: Jerome Johnson Indiana RS SR DT
*140 Pittsburgh: Nico Collins Michigan SR WR
141 LA Rams: Tamorrion Terry Florida State RS JR WR
142 Green Bay: Sage Surratt Wake Forest JR WR
143 Vikings: Trill Williams Syracuse JR CB/S
144 Chiefs: Demetric Felton UCLA RS SR WR/RB

 

 

5th

145 Jacksonville: Ventrell Miller Florida RS JR ILB
146 NY Jets: Israel Mukuamu South Carolina JR CB
147 Patriots (from Houston: Brady Christensen BYU JR RS OT
148 Atlanta: Dayo Odeyingbo Vanderbilt SR DE
149 Cincinnati: Kenny Yeboah Ole Miss SR TE
150 Philadelphia: Jonathan Adams Jr Arkansas State SR WR
151 Carolina: JR Pace Northwestern SR S
152 Denver: Sam Ehlinger Texas SR QB
153 Detroit: Mustafa Johnson Colorado SR DT
154 NY Jets (From Giants): Josh Palmer Tennessee SR WR
155 49ers: Adrian Ealy Oklahoma JR OG/OT
156 Miami (from Phila/Dallas): Kylin Hill Miss State SR RB
157 Vikings: Tommy Doyle Miami OH RS SR OT
158 Houston (from Patriots): Divine Deablo Virginia Tech RS SR S
159 Chargers: Matt Bushman BYU RS SR TE
160 Arizona: Chauncey Golston Iowa RS SR DE
161 Buffalo (from Raiders): Erroll Thompson Miss State RS SR ILB
162 Raiders (from Miami): Anthony Schwartz Auburn JR WR
163 Washington: Tre McKitty Georgia SR TE
164 Chicago: Marco Wilson Florida RS JR CB
165 Colts: JaCoby Stevens LSU SR S/OLB
166 Titans: Jamie Newman Wake Forest RS SR QB
167 Seattle: Cole Van Lanen Wisconsin RS SR OT/OG
168 Vikings (from Balt / Pitt): Jose Borregales Miami FL RS SR K
169 Cleveland (from Rams): Trevon Grimes Florida SR WR
170 Jacksonville (from Cleveland): Daelin Hayes Notre Dame RS SR DE
171 Baltimore: Paddy Fisher Northwestern RS SR ILB
172 49ers (From Saints): Marquez Stevenson Houston RS SR WR
173 Green Bay: Devery Hamilton Duke RS SR OT/OG
174 Buffalo: Rhamondre Stevenson Oklahoma SR RB/FB
175 Chiefs: Bryce Thompson Tennessee JR CB/S
176 Buccaneers: Amen Ogbongbemiga Ok State RS SR LB
*177 Patriots: Cornell Powell Clemson SR WR
*178 Green Bay: Isaiahh Loudermilk Wisconsin RS SR DE
*179 Dallas: Khalil Herbert Virginia Tech RS SR RB
*180 49ers: Noah Gray Duke SR TE
*181 Chiefs: Janarius Robinson Florida State RS SR DE
*182 Atlanta: Shaka Toney Penn State RS SR DE
*183 Atlanta: Jahad Woods Washington State RS SR LB
*184 Baltimore: Paris Ford Pitt RS JR S


 

6th

185 Chargers (from Titans/Jack): Hamilcar Rashed Jr Oregon State RS SR OLB
186 NY Jets: Shi Smith South Carolina SR WR
187 Atlanta: Whop Philyor Indiana SR WR
188 Patriots (from Houston): Benjamin St-Juste Minnesota RS SR CB/S
189 Philadelphia: Brady Breeze Oregon RS SR S
190 Cincinnati: Lorenzo Neal Purdue RS SR NT
191 Denver: Garret Wallow TCU SR OLB/ILB
192 Dallas (From Detroit): Dez Fitzpatrick Louisville SR WR
193 Carolina: Ian Book Notre Dame RS SR Q
194 49ers: Jamar Watson Kentucky RS SR OLB
195 Houston (From Patriots /Dallas): Nate Hobbs Illinois SR CB
196 NY Giants: Josh Ball Marshall RS SR OT/OG
197 Patriots: Luke Farrell Oho State RS SR TE
198 Chargers: Cade Johnson South Dakota State SR WR
199 Arizona (from Vikings): Ambry Thomas Michigan SR CB
200 Raiders (From Washington): Myles Jones Texas A&M SR CB
201 NY Giants (From Arizona): Jimmy Morrissey Pitt RS SR C/OG
202 Cincinnati (from Houston/Miami): Nick Niemann Iowa RS SR OLB
203 Houston: Payton Turner Houston SR DE
204 Chicago: Tre Walker San Jose State SR WR
205 Titans: Lamont Wade Penn State SR S
206 Colts: Patrick Johnson Tulane SR OLB/DE
207 Chiefs: (fromMiami/ Pitt): Kenneth Gainwell Memphis RS SOPH RB
208 Chicago (from Seattle): Deonte Brown Alabama RS SR OG
209 LA Rams: JaQuan Bailey Iowa State RS SR DE
210 Baltimore: Brett Heggie Florida RS SR C/OG
211 Cleveland: Deommodore Lenoir Oregon SR CB
212 Houston (From Saints): Zach Smith Tulsa SR QB
213 Buffalo: Joshua Kaindoh Florida State RS JR DE
214 Green Bay: Jake Hansen Illinois RS SR ILB
215 Titans (Chiefs): Sam Schlueter Minnesota RS SR OG/OT
216 Pittsburgh (from Bucs): Ernest Jones South Carolina JR ILB
*217 Buccaneers: Dan Archibong Temple RS SR DE/DT
*218 New Orleans: Wyatt Hubert Kansas State JR DE
*219 Atlanta: Conner Olson Minnesota RS SR C/OG
*220 Green Bay: Rachad Wildgoose Wisconsin JR CB
*221 Chicago: Jermar Jefferson Oregon State JR RB
*222 Carolina: Dyami Brown UNC JR WR
*223 Vikings: Blake Gallagher Northwestern SR LB
*224 Philadelphia: Raymond Johnson III Georgia Southern JR DE
*225 Philadelphia: Elijah Mitchell Louisiana SR RB
*226 NY Jets (from Carolina): Buddy Johnson Texas A&M SR ILB
*227 Dallas: Riley Cole South Alabama SR ILB
*228 Chicago: Thomas Schaffer Stanford RS SR DE
 

 

 

7th

229 New Orleans (from Jacksonville): Darrick Forrest Cincinnati SR S
230 49ers (from Jets): Jonathon Cooper Ohio State RS SR DE
231 Miami (from Houston): Evan McPherson Florida JR K
232 Titans (from Chicago /Atlanta): Antonio Nunn Buffalo RS SR WR
233 Houston (from Cincinnati): Greg Eiland Miss State RS SR OT
234 Philadelphia: Calvin Ashley Florida A&M RS JR OT
235 Cincinnati (From Detroit): Dazz Newsome UNC SR WR
236 Buffalo (from Carolina): Shaun Crawford Notre Dame RS SR S
237 Denver: Eyioma Uwazurike Iowa State SR DE
238 Dallas: Shane Buechele SMU RS SR QB
239 Denver (from Giants): Javian Hawkins Louisville RS JR RB
240 Philadelphia (from 49ers): Malcolm Koonce Buffalo SR DE/OLB
241 Chargers: Tre Norwood Oklahoma JR CB
242 Patriots: Ben Mason Michigan SR FB
243 Arizona: Chandon Herring BYU RS SR OT
244 Washington (from Raiders) Jalen Camp Georgia Tech RS SR WR/RB
245 Pittsburgh (From Miami): Darius Hodge Marshall JR OLB/DE
246 Washington: Antjuan Simmons Michigan State SR OLB
247 Arizona (from Raiders/Chicago): Dax Milne BYU JR WR
248 Colts: Dicaprio Bootle Nebraska RS SR CB
249 Jacksonville (From Titans): Malik Herring Georgia SR SR DE
250 Seattle: Tyler Vaughns USC RS SR WR
251 Buccaneers (Pittsburgh): Donavaughn Campbell La Tech SR OT/OG
252 LA Rams: CJ Marable Coastal Carolina SR RB
253 Denver (From Cleveland): Damonte Coxie Memphis RS SR WR
254 Pittsburgh (Baltimore):Brandon Drayton Marshall SR S
255 New Orleans: Stevie Scott III Indiana JR RB
256 Green Bay: Rakeem Boyd Arkansas SR RB
257 Cleveland (From Buffalo): Zech McPhearson Texas Tech RS SR CB
258 Miami (from Chiefs): Marlon Williams UCF SR WR
259 Buccaneers: KJ Costello Miss State RS SR QB

 


 

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Edited 4/13/21
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3 hours ago, Ozzy said:

31 Chiefs: Jackson Carman Clemson JR OT/OG

 

3 hours ago, Ozzy said:

63 Chiefs: Jaelan Phillips Miami FL SR DE

 

3 hours ago, Ozzy said:

95 Chiefs: Chazz Surratt UNC RS SR OLB

Love it positionally.

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Worst possible choice for the Falcons of all the top 10 picks.  Pitts should never even be a consideration to us at this point. This even includes a choice if we trade down i would still take players over Pitts in the 8 to 15 range.  Not because i don't like him but more so that we have bigger needs and players just as good if not better at those needs.  Also where as i don't mind grabbing a DE i for sure don't want to grab 2 of them in the 1st 3 rounds.   This draft looks like you draft off our needs from last years need draft chart XD    We have other needs this year in Safety, RB, LG/LT, DE, CB, LB, and possibly QB depending.   I do like both the DE's we got though as players i just wouldn't take both of them over much bigger needs and other positions.

Here is how i would have drafted with who was available at each pick

1st - Micah Parson - LB
2nd - Travis Ettiene or Javante Williams - RB   Wouldn't be against a Holland at Safety here either if you like Trey Sermon at RB in the 3rd as well.
3rd - Carlos Basham - DE - Actually like this pick but depending what i did with the 1st 2 picks i might go Sermon here if i go Safety in 2nd.

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I like the first and second round pick for the Giants. However Nick Gates did well at Center for the Giants and they signed another Center for 2 million. I have far more  concerns at RT and to a degree LG than I do at Center.  A RT or a playmaking LB would be great in the 3rd round for the Giants.

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7 hours ago, FalconFan13 said:

Worst possible choice for the Falcons of all the top 10 picks.  Pitts should never even be a consideration to us at this point. This even includes a choice if we trade down i would still take players over Pitts in the 8 to 15 range.  Not because i don't like him but more so that we have bigger needs and players just as good if not better at those needs.  Also where as i don't mind grabbing a DE i for sure don't want to grab 2 of them in the 1st 3 rounds.   This draft looks like you draft off our needs from last years need draft chart XD    We have other needs this year in Safety, RB, LG/LT, DE, CB, LB, and possibly QB depending.   I do like both the DE's we got though as players i just wouldn't take both of them over much bigger needs and other positions.

Here is how i would have drafted with who was available at each pick

1st - Micah Parson - LB
2nd - Travis Ettiene or Javante Williams - RB   Wouldn't be against a Holland at Safety here either if you like Trey Sermon at RB in the 3rd as well.
3rd - Carlos Basham - DE - Actually like this pick but depending what i did with the 1st 2 picks i might go Sermon here if i go Safety in 2nd.

DE for the Falcons I agree is their biggest need or RB but honestly no DE or RB should be picked 4th overall in this draft.  Parsons I like and I had him there for awhile, he makes sense.  But Kyle Pitts is getting pretty underrated in this process, the guy is a great football player and could be a dominant pro either at TE or at WR.  Say he runs a 4.5 40 and has a great vertical people might start paying attention.  Getting DeVonta or Chase also makes sense since Julio has been hurt so much.  The QB talk for Atlanta not sure that makes much sense either, not sure they just can him or prep for the future already, best thing they could do is trade the pick to a team wanting a QB possibly and move down in the draft would be a great idea.

RB would be a nice pick no question and they need one at some point.  

 

3 hours ago, Go_Giants said:

I like the first and second round pick for the Giants. However Nick Gates did well at Center for the Giants and they signed another Center for 2 million. I have far more  concerns at RT and to a degree LG than I do at Center.  A RT or a playmaking LB would be great in the 3rd round for the Giants.

The Giants like Nick Gates?  RT could be a problem but that is if Solder is absolutely done for, is he?  Peart has some upside I feel and the OG spots are decent but nothing great.  Humphrey I just saw was still around and looking for teams who might want to upgrade the center spot I thought of the Giants.  Either way the OL has to be address and maybe Gates could slide over to guard, isn't he naturally a guard anyway?

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15 minutes ago, Ozzy said:

DE for the Falcons I agree is their biggest need or RB but honestly no DE or RB should be picked 4th overall in this draft.  Parsons I like and I had him there for awhile, he makes sense.  But Kyle Pitts is getting pretty underrated in this process, the guy is a great football player and could be a dominant pro either at TE or at WR.  Say he runs a 4.5 40 and has a great vertical people might start paying attention.  Getting DeVonta or Chase also makes sense since Julio has been hurt so much.  The QB talk for Atlanta not sure that makes much sense either, not sure they just can him or prep for the future already, best thing they could do is trade the pick to a team wanting a QB possibly and move down in the draft would be a great idea.

RB would be a nice pick no question and they need one at some point.  

 

The Giants like Nick Gates?  RT could be a problem but that is if Solder is absolutely done for, is he?  Peart has some upside I feel and the OG spots are decent but nothing great.  Humphrey I just saw was still around and looking for teams who might want to upgrade the center spot I thought of the Giants.  Either way the OL has to be address and maybe Gates could slide over to guard, isn't he naturally a guard anyway?

Solder is just about done for, he did not play well when he was the LT two season ago and he is making too much money not to be a cap hit.  If you listen to the podcast of the people that do film steady of the Giants, they talk highly about the job Nick Gates did at Center. I have to believe the Giants see this and know this. We can survive another year with Zeitler but at Left Guard Hernandez was demoted and  Lemieux was good at run blocking horrible at pass blocking. Yes Peart has some upside, but he got some playing time at RT and towards the end of the year, he did not look good. I have no issues with addressing the O-Line I just don't see the Center position being the need. In particular when we have such a devoid of talent at Linebacker, we play a 3-4 defense but only  have one linebacker that is a true play maker, would  be great if we could get a bit more impact talent at that position. 

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Just now, Go_Giants said:

Solder is just about done for, he did not play well when he was the LT two season ago and he is making too much money not to be a cap hit.  If you listen to the podcast of the people that do film steady of the Giants, they talk highly about the job Nick Gates did at Center. I have to believe the Giants see this and know this. We can survive another year with Zeitler but at Left Guard Hernandez was demoted and  Lemieux was good at run blocking horrible at pass blocking. Yes Peart has some upside, but he got some playing time at RT and towards the end of the year, he did not look good. I have no issues with addressing the O-Line I just don't see the Center position being the need. In particular when we have such a devoid of talent at Linebacker, we play a 3-4 defense but only  have one linebacker that is a true play maker, would  be great if we could get a bit more impact talent at that position. 

Downs showed some promise I thought as a young player, same with Coughlin.  TJ Brunson has upside, so does Tae Crowder and Blake Martinez is very good.  Cam Brown is athletically gifted and Fackrell I like.  Lorenzo Carter is a decent player also along with Shead but yeah they probably do need another OLB who can get after the passer.  They got a decent amount of inside guys, also have David Mayo who is more a ILB also. 

Too bad for them there is not a ton of top level 3/4 OLBs in this draft.  With how this board falls maybe they should take Tyron instead of Wade but Wade would be a steal at that point in the draft.  Unless they are sold on Holmes in the slot or think Beal and Yiadom can become solid players.  

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With Penei off the board, can't argue with reuniting Chase with Burrow.  Great WR group of Chase, Higgins, and Boyd.

I think the Bengals are ok with their group of young LB's with Logan Wilson, Germaine Pratt, and Akeem Davis-Gaither all in their early to mid-20's.  I like Browning, but I think they are looking for Edge, CB, or OL here.  Spencer Brown, Levi Onwuzurike, Asante Samuel Jr,  Quincy Roche, Trey Smith, Jaelan Phillips, or Carlos Basham all seem like possibilities there.

If the Bengals haven't gone OL in the first two rounds, then Cosmi is a home run pick in rd 3.  I wouldn't be opposed to double dipping if Cosmi is still there regardless.  It'd be hard to pass on the raw athleticism of Oweh on the edge in rd 3 though.  He could be used as a situational pass rusher to start with and expand into a bigger role in years 2 and 3.  I'd be shocked if Creed Humphrey lasted until rd 3.  Cameron Sample could also be a possibility if Geno Atkins is cut for cap savings.

Not a bad Bengals draft at all, but if it were me with the Board as it is in each of those situations, I would probably have done:

  1. Ja'Marr Chase, WR, LSU
  2. Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa
  3. Jayson Oweh, Edge, Penn State

Toughest call is rd 2, a lot of guys I like still left there, could be a good spot to trade back and pick up another early day 3 pick or a day 2 pick in 2022.

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Downs showed some promise I thought as a young player, same with Coughlin.  TJ Brunson has upside, so does Tae Crowder and Blake Martinez is very good.  Cam Brown is athletically gifted and Fackrell I like.  Lorenzo Carter is a decent player also along with Shead but yeah they probably do need another OLB who can get after the passer.  They got a decent amount of inside guys, also have David Mayo who is more a ILB also. 

Too bad for them there is not a ton of top level 3/4 OLBs in this draft.  With how this board falls maybe they should take Tyron instead of Wade but Wade would be a steal at that point in the draft.  Unless they are sold on Holmes in the slot or think Beal and Yiadom can become solid players.  

I really like Lorenzo Carter, but he is coming off a season ending injury, while he has all the tools he has not been an impact player yet, so I don't think the coaching staff can go into next season counting on him to be an impact player, exact same thing with Ximines. The other linebackers you mentioned, while I think our coaching staff put them in good position to make plays, there is a clear limit to their talent and physical ability.  If we draft the #2 CB like we do in your mock our secondary is loaded. Love did a great job at playing CB on the last game of the season (though he has horrible hands). I see him and Beal competing for the #3 spot.

With as much as they invested in Leonard Williams (a 3rd and a 5th) I don't see the Giants just letting him walk. So with him Dexter Lawrence and most likely BJ Hill we are fine at DL.  

So if we draft a quality CB with one of our first three draft picks, LB is the only unit that could really use some upgrades. The only Linebacker I can count on at this point is Martinez.

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13 hours ago, Ozzy said:

Going to be a lot of changes with trades and free agent signings.  Will be curious with just pro days, will see how accurate those numbers will be for certain guys.  


19 Washington: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah Notre Dame SR OLB

21 Indianapolis: Christian Darrisaw Virginia Tech JR OG/OT
 

Pick is solid. I think I would prefer Darrisaw, but I am not going to complain. 

13 hours ago, Ozzy said:

2nd
51 Washington: Rondale Moore Purdue JR WR
57 Jacksonville (from LA Rams): Asante Samuel Jr Florida State JR CB
64 Buccaneers: Andre Cisco Syracuse JR S

This could be different if we don't sign anyone, but I do think WFT signs a WR. It might make the other ones better options. Still, fine with the pick. 

13 hours ago, Ozzy said:

3rd

74 Washington (from 49ers): Jamie Newman Wake Forest RS SR QB
81 Raiders: Jaycee Horn South Carolina JR CB
83 Washington: Trey Sermon Ohio State SR RB
84 Chicago: Tutu Atwell Louisville JR WR
93 Green Bay: Cole Van Lanen Wisconsin RS SR OT/OG
95 Chiefs: Chazz Surratt UNC RS SR OLB

I am meh on these picks. I don't have too high of hopes for Newman, and we have bigger issues than needing Sermon with that talent on the board. I'd really like Horn there and then would settle for Newman or Surratt or something. 

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14 hours ago, Ozzy said:

31 Chiefs: Jackson Carman Clemson JR OT/OG
63 Chiefs: Jaelan Phillips Miami FL SR DE
95 Chiefs: Chazz Surratt UNC RS SR OLB

Radunz over Carman. 
Creed Humphry at #63, though Phillips is a nice get
For LB think off-ball. Also, two of the top three WR are likely not coming back. 

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If you like Azeez and Marlin the Titans first two rounds make sense.

But they also spent last year's first rounder on a tackle.  He and Taylor Lewan didn't play and we were still fine.

Doubling up on an edge, a WR, or an interior OL would make more sense.

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I dont understand why Bucs need to draft TWO safeties. Winfield is a great player for us and is only a rookie. Whitehead and Edwards have been making plays all post season. 0 reason to draft a safety let alone 2. OLB round 2, OL depth round 3

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