The 2020-2021

NFL Draft 

2021 NFL

Mock Draft

Part I. Picks 1-16.


2021 Senior Bowl

Match Up Sheet.




#10 Mac Jones- 6-2, 217, Alabama QB- Hey, is it odd that all the American QBs showed up at 6-2? Is that typo? I have been mocking Jones to the Patriots for over a month. Now the National guys are finally following suit. He has the arm, smart, and clutch. He led the Tide to a National Championship, and it seemed nobody noticed.

He is a little short, and doesn’t have an elite arm. But he does have an elite brain and the clutch, like Brady. If he is on the Board at 15 the Pats have to take him or trade down. The theme to THE MOTHER OF ALL MOCKS 2021, that I am currently writing is, “If you ain’t got a QB, you ain’t got shit.” The Pats ain’t got shit. I think Jones is the cure.

Junior (2020): Earned the starting role at quarterback after waiting his turn behind Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa ... one of the Crimson Tide's permanent team captains for the 2020 season. named to the All-SEC first team by the AP and the conference coaches ... recorded four of the Crimson Tide's 10 400-plus yards passing performances in program history, the most by any one quarterback  at UA and tied for the most in single-season SEC history ... Alabama's all-time single-season passing yardage leader with 4,500 in 2020 ... set the NCAA single-season record for completion percentage (77.4) ... finished with an NCAA-leading 201.1 passer rating and 96.1 QBR ... led all Division I quarterbacks with 4,500 passing yards while averaging 346.2 passing yards per game, good for third nationally ... named to the Davey O'Brien and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award watch lists to start the season ... added to the Maxwell Award Watch List at midseason ... earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week accolades following Texas A&M, Georgia, Tennessee and Auburn ... picked up Maxwell Player of the Week honors following the matchup with the Aggies.

#7 Jamie Newman- 6-2, 325, - Wake Forest. QB- He throws too many interceptions. I just don’t trust him. He has the arm, the size, the athleticism. Great scrambler. But He just didn’t look ready for Primetime at the Senior Bowl.

Now he opted out last season and was obviously rusty, but was never really a pure passer by anyone’s measure. Goldberg wrote: “Newman had transferred to Georgia after spending the past four years at Wake Forest. He was eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer and was battling for the starting job until opting out. As Bleacher Report's Matt Miller noted, JT Daniels will likely become the Bulldogs' starting quarterback as a result of the latest news.

Newman seemingly had a leg up on Daniels, who was still recovering from a torn ACL suffered last season at USC and hasn't been cleared for contact.”

2019 (Redshirt Junior): Finished second in the ACC in total offense yards per game at 286.8 ... Was fifth in the ACC in passing yards per game at 239.0 and fourth in passing efficiency with a 145.3 rating ... 227.9 career total offense yards per game is school record and 19th in ACC history and 286.8 season total offense yards per game is second-best ... Set season record with 6.37 career total offense yards per play ... 142.7 career passing efficiency is 18th in ACC history ... Set school record by throwing a touchdown pass in 12 consecutive games including the final four games of 2018 and the first eight games of 2019 ... 2,868 passing yards were fourth-most in a season and his 26 touchdown passes tied for the second-most in a season ... Posted the third-best season passing efficiency mark in school history at 145.4 ... 35 career TD passes is fifth-most in school history ... Finished fifth in school history in career rushing yards by a QB with 826 ... Second-best season completion percentage in school history at 60.5 ... School record 142.70 career passing efficiency mark ... Set school record for season total offense plays with 541.

#12 Kellen Mond- 6-2, 205, Texas A&M QB- Great athlete. Great arm. Love the way he runs an offense. He has a great arm. Can throw on the run. Excellent scrambler. Became more of a thrower in 2021. Groomed to be a QB his whole life. But he still throws too many interceptions. You cannot throw that many Interceptions in the NFL.

2020 (SENIOR): Has started all nine games ... Holds the all-time program records for career passing TDs (71), passing yards (9,429), completions (785), attempts (1,332) and total offense (11,001) .... Served as team captain in the season opener ... Threw for 189 yards and a touchdown in the victory over Vanderbilt ... Recorded the sixth 300-yard passing game of his career, throwing for 318 yards and three touchdowns at Alabama ...  Moved into first all-time at A&M in career completions and attempts at Alabama ... Made it back-to-back games with over 300 yards passing for the second time in his career, going 25-for-35 with 338 yards and three touchdowns, including a 51-yard bomb to Caleb Chapman to tie things up late and eventually lead A&M to victory over No. 4 Florida ...  Became A&M's all-time career passing yards leader in the Florida game.


#1 Kadarius Toney- 5-11, 189, 30.5” Arms! Florida WR- Great player. He is the kind of WR that NFL teams are looking for now-a-days. A pure space player. He is very small almost tiny, but when he is in space you cannot touch him never mind cover him. Explosive. Electric. Great catching through contact. Nice spin move off jam. FLASHES all over the field. Great hands. Great smarts. Great toughens. Short arms are a concern. There is not a lot of examples of success in the NFL for guys with 30” arms.

2020: Appeared and started in all 10 games... Led team with new career highs in catches (62), receiving yards (831) and all-purpose yards (1,228)… Helped Florida become the only team in the nation with three players with at least eight touchdown receptions (Kyle Pitts and Trevon Grimes) after scoring a new career-best nine receiving scores... Joined teammate Kyle Pitts (11 touchdowns) as the fifth duo in Gators history (and first since 2001) with at least nine touchdown catches apiece and the first Gators since Taylor Jacobs (Sept.21-28, 2002) with multiple touchdown catches in consecutive games (Texas A&M and Missouri)… Finished the regular season ranked ninth in the SEC with an average of 122.8 all-purpose yards per game, and he is one of six SEC players with 11 total touchdowns this season and just one of three FBS players with a rushing, receiving and punt return touchdown this season (nine receiving, one rushing, one punt return vs Kentucky).

#3 Amari Rodgers- 5-9, 211, 30” Arms, Clemson WR- Love this Patriots type Slot guy. Fast. Smart. Electric. Uncoverable in space. Explodes wide open out of breaks. He is terrific getting open at the marker on 3rd down. Slippery outside and can make the first guy miss. Small hands, but catches everything like they are made of glue. Another elite College slot guy with tiny arms. But he has built his body up impressive and is very strong. More Wes Welker than Julius Edelman.

Consummate professional, figuratively speaking, who was a key figure in Clemson’s four straight College Football Playoff berths from 2017-20 … earned starting roles at receiver and punt returner in 2018 and contributed in those roles in 2019 after a remarkable comeback from injury and then recorded a career year as a senior in 2020 … concluded career with 181 career receptions for 2,144 yards with 15 receiving touchdowns in 1,901 snaps over 55 career games (37 starts) … also credited with 68 career punt returns for 529 yards (7.8 avg.) including a punt return touchdown … became only the fifth Clemson player since 2000 to record touchdowns by rush, reception and punt return in a career … at a program that has routinely produced outstanding pro talent in recent years, completed his tenure ranked sixth in Clemson’s history in career receptions, 12th in career receiving yards and tied for 14th in career receiving touchdowns, as well as ninth in career punt return yards.

#5 Marquez Stevenson- 5-10, 182, Houston WR- Speed-speed-speed. I like what he did in practice. He is a Day Two guy who could slip into Day One because of his SPEED. Fast Explosive. Speed kills and he has the speed that kills. Needs to go to a team with a QB that has a strong arm. When they fake to him, he draws a lot of attention. Teams scheme against him. They like him on reverses where he is not just fast, but slick and slippery.

2020: Team captain who recorded 20 receptions for 307 yards in just five games played … finished his career with 2,269 receiving yards (13th in program history), 147 receptions (17th in program history) and 22 touchdown catches (tied for sixth in program history) … hauled in team-high four touchdown receptions and returned four kickoffs for 145 yards and a touchdown, averaging 36.2 yards per return … his five total touchdowns were tied for the team lead and 468 total yards were third on the team … his nine receptions, 129 yards receiving and two touchdown receptions at Navy (Oct. 24) all marked team bests.

#6 Austin Watkins Jr- 6-1, 2017, UAB WR- Don’t know a lot about this guy but he showed up in practice this Week. He is a Day Three guy who should make a team. Showed good hands. Has some burst out of breaks to get open. Big dude with big hands. He really looks the part. Developmental guys who has some size and speed.

CAREER: 98 catches for 1,642 yards and nine touchdowns...Ranks seventh in school history for receiving yards and eighth in career receptions...One of just three players in school history to have a 1,000 yard receiving season...Had at least one catch in every game of his career (25)...First UAB player named to the Reese's Senior Bowl since 2012.

AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR (2020): First Team All-Conference USA...Selected to Reese's Senior Bowl...In seven games, had 34 catches for 468 yards and three touchdowns...Had a career-high 183 receiving yards on seven catches at South Alabama...Led the team in receiving four times.

#8 Trevon Grimes-6-3, 217, Florida WR- Another small electric WR. This is a great Draft for WRs. The Pats really need to pick up two or three WRs in this Draft. They got their Tights Ends last season, found Jakobi Meyers, and N’Keal Harry developed slowly during the season. Now they need a couple of fast space dudes who can destroy DBs in the Slot. Grimes is a bigger WR in the N’Keal mode that can play in the Slot.

#85 Josh Palmer- 6-1, 210, 33” Arms, Tennessee WR- Might be best player on the team. He can get open on the Seam. Nice Comeback. Great size and speed. I like how he runs patterns. He can make the exceptional adjustment to the ball downfield that makes the DB foul him. Big sneaky WR. He can leap up over the CB and snag the high lob. He can make the great adjustment on the TD catch. Underrated.

CAREER: Explosive receiver in the midst of a solid senior season … Appeared in 46 games with 35 starts … Caught 96 passes for 1,459 yards and seven touchdowns … Also has one rushing score to his credit … 66 of his 96 catches have gone for a first down … Has 15 career catches of 25 or more yards … Came to Knoxville after outstanding prep career in Florida and prior to that grew up in Canada … A leader in the classroom and community as well.

#13 Shi Smith- 5-10, 186, 31.25” Arms, South Carolina WR- Speed Dude. When he doesn’t win with speed he doesn’t win. I want to say he is Deebo, but is not. He is a much different kind of WR. He is much more a small speed WR, who will line up more outside than in the slot. Nice speed on the jet sweep. He is difficult to take down when he is running fast. Not as big and tough as Deebo. Another interesting Day Three option for the Pats.

The top returning receiver on the squad... moves into the No. 1 role after being a secondary option behind Deebo Samuel and Bryan Edwards... has 117 career receptions for 1,571 yards... enters his final season ranked in a tie for 12th on the school’s all-time list of receptions with Cory Boyd... also had returned 18 kickoffs for 401 yards, a 22.3-yard average... has played in 34 games over the past three seasons with 26 starts, second among the returning players... best known for his hands and his ability to catch the ball.

#14 Cornell Powell- 6’, 205, Clemson WR- He has that knack for making the big play at the big time. Great speed to run past the good CB. He can adjust to the underthrown ball and catch the deep one through the contact of the CB. Elite runner after the catch. Great athlete who can really dance with the ball in his hands and make half the defense miss at the biggest time. Great strong clutch player. He can make the catch and power it into the Endzone in Overtime. I could live with him on the Pats in Day Two.

Part of teams that earned five ACC titles, five College Football Playoff berths, three national title game berths and two national championships from 2016-20 … committed five-year member of the program whose emergence as a fifth-year senior was one of the dominating storylines of 2020 … after entering 2020 with 40 career receptions for 329 yards and three touchdowns from 2016-19, he finished his tenure with 93 receptions for 1,211 yards and 10 touchdown catches in 1,207 snaps over 54 career games (12 starts) after a career year in 2020 … also posted eight career kickoff returns for 197 yards.

2020: Recorded career highs in receptions (53), receiving yards (882), receiving touchdowns (seven), snaps (630) and starts (12) … his seven receiving touchdowns were tied with Amari Rodgers for the team lead … third-team All-ACC pick
#17 Racey McMath- 6-2, 224, LSU WR
- Big power forward WR. Speed will be everything for him. He can get open in pattern and beat up on DBs a little. Big strong hands to clamp onto the pass and not let go. There is a lot to like about this Dude. He hurts DBs in more ways than one. Tough SOB.

Goes into senior season as a starter at wide receiver for the Tigers … Waited patiently for his opportunity and has used his time at LSU to develop into a dependable and capable player on the verge of a breakout season in 2020 …  Good size with breakaway speed … Coming off his best season at LSU a year ago with 17 catches for 285 yards and three TDs … For career, has played in 28 games with 19 catches for 327 yards and three scores … Has also been a key contributor on special teams during his three years with the Tigers.


#81 Quintin Morris- 6-2, 32.5” Arms, Bowling Green TE- Very good blocker. They have him line up inline. Then pull inside and lead the RB through the hole. Great lead blocker, who can devastate the LB on the 2nd level. Can block DT. Long arms. Great chipping the DE than getting open in the Flat. Excellent crack back. He’ll sell out blocking. He has some speed down the Seam. Stepped up and played well against FBS competition. Can get open on seam route breaking outside. Good hands. He can hold on diving out for the high and outside pass, and take the helmet to helmet shot by the DB and hold on. Interesting small school Day Three TE.

2019: Second-team All-MAC. Started all 12 games for the Orange & Brown. Led team with 55 receptions, 649 receiving yards, and four touchdown catches. His 55 receptions were most in the MAC for a tight end. His 649 receiving yards were also most in the MAC for a tight end. Had five catches for 65 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Morgan State. Also had six catches for 90 yards, including a career-long 59-yard reception, in a game against Louisiana Tech. Reeled in 10 catches for 92 yards at Notre Dame.

#83 Kylen Granson- 6-2, 242, 32” Arms, SMU TE- H-back. Gives effort blocking. Light hands. Can grab shirt and turn the DE out of play. He can get to the 2nd level and block the OLB. He will line up outside like a Split End. He’ll line up in the Slot and has some speed down the seam. Good Redzone threat. He can get open deep down the seam. He can go up over DBs and pull it in. Gets open crossing.

Senior (2020): Started all 10 games... Registered 35 catches for 536 yards and a team-leading five TDs... His 15.31 yards per reception ranked 10th in the AAC... Had a career-high 149 reeiving yards at Temple... AWARDS: All-AAC First Team... Dave Campbell's All-Texas College Second Team... Biletnikoff Award Watch List... Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List... Senior Bowl Invite... East-West Shrine Bowl Invite... Preseason: Dave Campbell's Texas Football All-Texas College Team, Most Important Players in Texas #39... College Football News All-AAC... Phil Steele First-Team All-AAC... Athlon Sports First-Team All-AAC.

#86 Noah Gray- 6-3, 240, Duke TE- Finally some one who isn’t 6-2. Was their measuring stick broken at the Senior Bowl? He is an H-back. He will line up in the backfield like a RB and get outside and curl down the line. He’ll line up in the slot and get open down the Seam. Gets open in pattern. Good hands. Good blocker. Needs to get stronger. But he will grab the DE’s shirt and not let go. Great job keeping his feet moving. Will lower his head and give a little helmet hit. Tough blocker. He’ll line up on the Seam and block the OLB.

#87 Tre' McKitty- 6-4, 247, Georgia TE- Slippery in pattern. He can get open on the 2nd and 3rd levels on Corner routes. Great hands. Can make the one handed catch at full speed. Elite hands to catch the tipped pass between two defenders. He is not getting out of Day Two. Good blocker. He can give the DE a big hit on zone block. Great feet blocking on the move. He looked like the real Deal in SB practice.  

2020: Returning starting tight end ... team captain ... preseason All-ACC selection by Athlon Sports (2nd team) and Phil Steele (3rd team) ...  candidate for the John Mackey Award, an honor presented annually to college football’s best tight end ... selected to the Reese’s Senior Bowl Top 250 Watch List ... in 38 career games (12 starts), has 76 receptions for 663 yards (8.72) and six TDs.


#20 Kylin Hill- 5-10, 214, Mississippi State RB- I like this kid. Good twitchy RB. Makes play on passing downs as well. Slippery up middle. Nice spin. Falls forward. Tough up the middle. Great cut blocker in pass pro. A bit of a body catcher.

“Shifty, powerful running back who can make defenders miss and has a gear to take it the distance.”

Won the starting role during 2018 fall camp and started 25 of his last 27 appearances … One of the top running backs in the SEC in yards after contact … Has fumbled just once (at Texas A&M; 10/28/17) in 481 career touches … Owns an active streak of 448 touches without a fumble … Has not lost a fumble since his sophomore year in high school … Highest running back signee for the Bulldogs since Jerious Norwood (2002) … Ranks No. 8 on the career rushing yards list (2,535), trailing LaDarius Perkins (2,554; 2010-13) for No. 7 … Ranks just outside the top 10 on State’s career rushing attempts and career rushing touchdowns charts … Owns 11 career 100-yard rushing contests, which is No. 6 in MSU history.

#15 Elijah Mitchell- 5-10, 215, Louisiana RB-

2019 Season (Junior): Appeared in all 14 games in 2019, making three starts…Louisiana’s top rusher in 2019 that helped the team break the school record for total rushing yards (3,604) and total rushing touchdowns (42)…Mitchell led the team with 1,147 yards and 16 rushing touchdowns…Became the sixth Ragin’ Cajun to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season…His rushing total was the fourth best in the Sun Belt and good for 31st nationally, while his touchdown total was second most in the conference and the 11th most in FBS…The 1,147 yards was the sixth most in a single season in program history.

#9 Chris Evans- 5-10, 219,, Michigan RB- Fifth-Year Senior (2020): Shared Offensive Player of the Week honors with three running back teammates for his performance against Minnesota. Turned five carries into 19 yards with one score, and had a 10-yard reception at Minnesota (Oct. 24). Produced 10 yards on 3 carries against Michigan State (Oct. 31), playing running back and contributing on special teams. Carried three times at Indiana (Nov. 7) and added a 23-yard catch out of the backfield. Produced 26 yards on a pair of catches out of the backfield against Wisconsin (Nov. 14). Caught four passes for 30 yards at Rutgers (Nov. 21) and carried once. Carried four times for 35 yards and caught an eight-yard pass against Penn State (Nov. 28).

#34 Larry Rountree III- 5-10, 216, Missouri RB-
#7 Michael Carter- North Carolina RB
- This dude killed BC.

2020 Doak Walker Award Watch List. 2020 Paul Hornung Award Watch List. 2019 Third-Team All-ACC (RB). 2019 Honorable Mention All-ACC (All-Purpose). 2019 Doak Walker Award Watch List.


#70 Alex Leatherwood- 6-5, 312, OLT- Top Ten OLT. Most underrated guy in the Draft.

#78 Alaric Jackson- 6-5, 318, Iowa OLT- I think he is an NFL OLT. But he was disappointing this season. Balance is everything for him. Falls down too much.

#68 Dan Moore-  Texas A&M OLT- Most underrated OL in this Draft. I think he is an NFL OLT. Love his Tape. Smooth and tough. Just doesn’t give up pressures.


#55 Carson Green- Texas A&M OL-

#56 Jack Anderson- Texas   Tech OL-

#60 David Moore- Grambling State OL-

#67 D'Ante Smith-  East Carolina OL- Will again be regarded as the Pirates’ top offensive lineman who should contend for honors at both the conference and national level … A versatile and talented blocker who will enter the season as the program’s top returning left tackle … Granted a medical hardship waiver (officially approved by the American Athletic Conference on May 8, 2019) that determined that a year of eligibility was not used in 2016 after playing in just one game prior to an injury … Will enter the 2020 campaign with streak of 25-straight starts.

#72 Royce Newman- Mississippi ORT- 2020 (REDSHIRT SENIOR): vs. South Carolina (11/14/20): Started at right tackle and played all 86 offensive snaps ... Blocked for an offense that totaled 708 total yards, the third most in school history and most even in an SEC contest ... at Vanderbilt (10/31/20): Lined up as the starting right tackle and played 72-of-86 offensive snaps ... vs. Auburn (10/24/20): Started at right tackle and played 80-of-81 offensive snaps ... Blocked for a rushing attack that totaled a season-best 283 yards.


#73 Trey Smith- Tennessee OLG-

#65 Deonte Brown- Alabama ORG-

#74 Ben Cleveland- Georgia ORG-


#69 Landon Dickerson- 6-6, 326, Alabama OC- Top OC in this Draft. Dude is a beat, who is huge for a Center. Powerful. Mean. Aggressive. Smart. Leader. Vicious.

#76 Drake Jackson- 6-2, 292, Kentucky OC- Smaller zone blocking OC.

#30 Borregales Jose Miami PK

#35 Langan Ryan Georgia   Southern LS

#45 Fletcher Thomas Alabama LS

National Defense:

















#0 Jonathon Cooper- 6-2, 254, Ohio State DE-

#90 Patrick Jones II- 6-3, 264, 32”arms, Pittsburgh DE- He plays like a 1st Round pick. He has the production of a 1st Round pick. He has the size of a 1st Round pick.

#99 Tarron Jackson- 6-2, 260, 33” Arms, Coastal Carolina-

#9 Daelin Hayes- 6-3, 261, 32” Arms, Notre Dame DL-

#17 Rashad Weaver- 6-4, 265. 33 1/4"Arms, Pittsburgh DE-

#18 Shaka Toney- 6-2, 238, 33” Arms. Penn State DE- Zero Sacks in 2020.

#47 Elerson Smith- 6-6, 262, 33 1/4”, Arms, Northern Iowa-

#49 Ta'Quon Graham- 6-3, 290, 34.7” Arms, Texas DL-

#55 Quincy Roche-  6-2, 243, 32”arms, Miami DL- He made a ton of money in practice at Senior Bowl this week. He was great. Unstoppable. A beast. A little light and slight. But plays with impressive leverage and strength.
























#95 Levi Onwuzurike- 6-2, 290, 34.1”Arms, Washington DL-

#91 Ade Ogundeji- 6-4, 256, 35.2” Arms, Notre Dame DL-

#92 Osa Odighizuwa- 6-2, 280, 34.1”Arm, UCLA DL-




















#56 Derrick Barnes- 6-4, 245, 33” Amrs, Purdue LB-

#55 Baron Browning- 6-3. 241, 33”Arms, Ohio State LB-

#11 Rashed Hamilcar Jr- 6-3, 254, Oregon State LB-

#6 Justin Hilliard- 6’, 227, Ohio State LB-

#50 Chazz Surratt- 6-1, 227,  NorthCarolina LB-

30 Tony Fields- 6-1, 222,  West Virginia, LB-

32 Tuf Borland – 6’, 229,  Ohio State, LB-



























#1 Ambry Thomas - 5-11, 189, Michigan DC-

#2 Rodarius Williams- 6’, 193,  Oklahoma State DC-

#4 Thomas Graham Jr- 5-10, 193, Oregon DC-

#8 Keith Taylor Jr- 6-2, 191, Washington DC-

#22 Tre Brown- 5-8, 188, Oklahoma DC-

#24 Camryn Bynum- 6’, 198, California DC-

#25 Benjamin St-Juste- 6-3, 200, Minnesota DC-



















#23 Darren Hall- 5-11, 189, 30”Arms, San Diego State DS-

#27 Divine Deablo- 6-3, 226, 31 1/2"Arms, Virginia Tech FS-

#29 Christian Uphoff- 6’, 213, Illinois State DS-

#5 Tre Norwood- 5-11, 192, Oklahoma DS-

#33 Damar Hamlin- 6’, 201, Pittsburgh DS-



38 Smith James Cincinnati PT

94 Cheeseman Camaron Michigan LS

30 Patterson Riley Memphis PK-



2nd Choice: Alex Leatherwood OL.


Manfred’s Argument.

By Tom Mahoney

Midway in our life’s journey, I went astray from the straight road and woke to find myself alone in a dark wood. How shall I say what wood that was! I never saw so drear, so rank, so arduous a wilderness! Its very memory gives shape to fear. Dante


Chapter One: Inferno.

I awake with my bones shaking from the dolorous fear of a false life in a dark foreboding dawn. I was dreaming of a dark forest that sapped all my hope and was filled with all my life’s faults. This was to be my final full day in prison. By all holy leopards, unholy lions, and the hungry she-wolf herself. Yes by Aries the lord of war, I shall never come back to this arduous dreary pit. Just as Jesus was reborn this weekend, so shall I find the true way tomorrow, on Good Friday. Thirteen of my thirty-five years have been spent in a prison of some sort or another, over one third of my life. Do you know what is the worst part of being in prison? It’s not the eternal sorrow of boredom and sloth. It’s not the fraudulent miserly life. It’s not the incontinence of freedom. It’s not the inability to see the moon, only envy it through dirty barred windows. It’s not the fact that the only night sky available is the

wracked stars cast through the frozen bars of my cage. It’s not that avarice is the one true virtue. It’s not the complete denial of any independent thought. It’s not the unconditional dedication to malice, wrath, and deceit. It’s not the entirely relentless unoriginal fabrications of conceit that own all souls who enter. It’s not the duality of guise that buys every face here, the look of pure hate or inconsolable fear. It’s not the flashbacks of freedoms foolishly flittered away. It’s not even the completely hopeless loss of all ladies. The worst part of prison is the malicious gluttony of waiting; the horrible unyielding dirge of waiting. Waiting to eat, to sleep, and to walk; Waiting for the attack marked upon every back; Waiting within these pitiless mocking walls. Waiting for any glimpse of kindness; waiting to see the freedom of a clean peach dawn; Waiting for a decent cup of coffee. Waiting for that look in a woman’s eye when you finally know you’ve stolen a scrap of her soul. Waiting for: "Da-Day", for release, for life, for liberty; It’s waiting to be human again. But for now I live on D-Block, or Dis-Block as we call it.

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#5 Cam Sample- Tulane DL-

#90 Golston Chauncey Iowa DL-

#95 Tuipulotu Marlon USC DL-

#98 Turner Payton Houston DL-

#99 Bradley-King, William- Baylor DL-

#9 Carlos Basham Jr- Wake Forest DL-


#10 Herring. Malik- Georgia DL-

#21 Wilson, Marvin- Florida State DT-

#56 Wyatt Hubert- Kansas State DL- 


#0 Stuard, Grant- Houston LB-

#96 Robinson, Janarius- Florida State LB-

#11 Snowden, Charles- Virginia OLB-

#19 Cox, Jabril- LSU LB-

#22 Smith, Jordan- UAB LB-

#44 Cole, Riley- South Alabama LB-

#32 Rice, Monty- Georgia ILB-

#33 Britt, KJ-  Auburn LB-

#30 Fisher, Paddy- Northwestern LB-



#8 Melifonwu, Ifeatu- Syracuse CB-

#14 Daniel, DJ- Georgia DC-

#23 Rochell, Robert- Central Arkansas, DC-

#31 Robinson, Aaron- Central Florida DC-

#12 Mills, Bryan- North Carolina Central DC-


#1 Bledsoe, Joshuah- Missouri DS-

#3 Gillespie, Tyree Missouri DS-

#6 Davis, Shawn Florida DS-

#7 Stevens, JaCoby LSU DS-


#93 Duffy Max Kentucky PT-



National Offense:


#8 Franks Feleipe- 6-6, 234, Arkansas QB- Plagued by inconsistency. But he has something, but he can’t do it full time.

2020 (REDSHIRT SENIOR): Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List and Reese’s Senior Bowl Top 250 honoree … Has thrown the most touchdown passes by an Arkansas quarterback since2016 … Threw for 200 yards, completing 19-of-36 passes for a touchdown – a 49-yard touchdown toss to WR Treylon Burks for his first Arkansas touchdown – in his first start for the Razorbacks against No. 4 Georgia (Sept. 26) … Went 20-for-28 passing for 212 yards and two scores in the win at No. 16 Mississippi State (Oct. 3) .

#11 Sam Ehlinger- 6-1, 222,Texas QB- 6-1 is a bad number for him.

A four-year quarterback who enrolled at Texas in January 2017 … has played in 46 career games with 43 starts … guided Texas to 27 wins as the starting quarterback, the fourth-most in school history … the seventh two-time team captain (2019-20) in Texas history … a finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award, Wuerffel Trophy and Bobby Bowden Trophy  in 2020 … selected to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team and was the Co-Big 12 Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year … named a semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award as a senior … also a Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Top-10 Candidate … earned second-team All-Big 12 recognition from the league’s coaches … an Athlon Sports and CBS Sports Preseason All-American … also received votes as the CBS Sports Preseason Player of the Year … a semifinalist for the Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Wuerffel Trophy and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award in 2019 … a semifinalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award in 2018 … also earned honorable mention All-Big 12 recognition from the league’s coaches as a sophomore … a three-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team selection (2018-20) … a six-time member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (spring 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, spring 2019, fall 2019, spring 2020) … was the 2015 Texas State Player of the Year and was named the MaxPreps National Junior of the Year at Westlake High School in 2015.

#12 Ian Book- 6’ 210, Notre Dame QB- Six foot nothin’ is a not a bad number for him. Some thought he was sub 6-foot.

2020: Team Captain. All-ACC Third Team. Manning Award Finalist. Maxwell Award Semifinalist. Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist. Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Finalist. Pop Warner National College Football Award Winner. Senior CLASS Award Finalist. Walter Camp Player of the Year Semifinalist. Davey O’Brien Award Class of 2020. Manning Award Quarterback of the Week – Syracuse. Manning Award Star of the Week – Syracuse. Gameball recipient (Syracuse)

Davey O’Brien Award Great 8 List – North Carolina

Game ball recipient (Clemson). Manning Award Star of the Week – Boston College. Davey O’Brien Award Great 8 List – Boston College. Davey O’Brien Award Great 8 List – Clemson

CFPA National Performer of the Year November Watch List

ACC Quarterback of the Week at Pitt (10/24). Davey O’Brien Award Great 8 List – Pitt. Reese’s Senior Bowl Top 250.


#0 DeVonta Smith- 6-1? 190? Alabama WR-

One of three Heisman Trophy winners in Alabama history, joining Mark Ingram (2009) and Derrick Henry (2015) in holding the prestigious honor ... owned a four- and five-touchdown game making him the only receiver in SEC history with multiple career games totaling four or more receiving touchdowns ... holds the SEC and Alabama career record for receiving touchdowns with 46, passing the previous mark of 31 held by Amari Cooper (2012-14) and Chris Doering of Florida (1992-95) ... the Alabama and SEC career receiving yards leader with 3,965 ... moved past Cooper for the most 200-plus yard receiving performances in Alabama history with five to his name ... recorded 14 100-plus yard receiving performances to tie Cooper for the UA career lead ... hauled in a program-record 235 career receptions.

#1 D'Wayne Eskridge- 5-9, 188, Western Michigan WR- He was allegedly timed at 4.33 Forty. Plays some CB as well.

2020: Projected starter at wide receiver and could play cornerback ... preseason first team All-Mid American Conference selection by Athlon Sports and third team by Phil Steele ... member of the Paul Hornung Award Watch List ... spent the 2019 season mainly at cornerback and transitioned back to primarily wide receiver during the spring of 2020 ... missed the final nine games of the 2019 season after suffering a fractured clavicle ... has played in 39 career games with 23 starts ... owns 88 receptions for 1,476 yards (16.77) and seven touchdowns ... rushed 10 times for 73 yards (7.30) ... defensively, recorded 20 tackles with four pass breakups and one caused fumble.

#2 Tylan Wallace- 5-11, 193, Oklahoma State WR- Whew! This guy can play. If the Pats get a QB in the 1st? They cannot pass on him on Day Two.

Has rightfully earned a spot among the best and most feared receivers in college football ... Ranks third among active FBS players with 2,512 career receiving yards and is second with 20 career receiving touchdowns … Has 11 games with 100 or more receiving yards in the last two seasons.

#4 Nico Collins- 6-4, 222, Michigan WR- A true Power Forward WR.

Receiving: Catches: 6, 3x (last at Indiana, Nov. 23, 2019). Yards: 165, at Indiana (Nov. 23, 2019). Touchdowns: 3, at Indiana (Nov. 23, 2019). Long: 76, at Indiana (Nov. 23, 2019).

At Michigan: Three-time letterwinner (2017-18-19). Two-time All-Big Ten honoree (honorable mention, coaches, 2018; coaches and media, 2019). Recipient of the 2018 Team Most Improved Player (Offense) Award. Appeared in 29 games in his career with 22 starts. Caught 78 passes for 1,388 yards with 13 touchdowns in his career.

#81 Ben Skowronek- 6-2, 211, Notre Dame WR-

GRADUATE SEASON (2020): Marked his first game and start for the Irish in the season-opening win vs. Duke (9/12). Did not participate vs. South Florida (9/19). Did not participate vs. Florida State (10/10). Started, catching two passes for 28 yards in the 12-7 win vs. Louisville (10/17)… Both receptions came on third down, and his second catch kept the game-ending drive alive. Tallied two receptions for 107 yards and two TDs (73-yard long) with a 53.5-yard avg in the 45-3 win at Pitt (10/24). Skowronek’s two receiving TDs tied for the lead in the ACC that week, and his 107 yards were the third-most among all ACC players on the week. His 53.5 yards per catch vs. Pittsburgh is the best mark of the season in the ACC thus far. Skowronek’s 73-yard touchdown reception was the third-longest among all FBS players that week, and the second-longest in the ACC. His 34-yard touchdown later in the game also ranked as the seventh-longest touchdown reception in the ACC that week.

#83 Cade Johnson- 5-10, 196, South Dakota State, WR-

#84 Frank Darby- 6’, 194, Arizona State WR-

#13 Dez Fitzpatrick- 6-2, 202. Louisville WR-

#16 Sage Surratt- 6-2, 215, Wake Forest WR-


#80 Hunter Long- 6-5, 254, BC TE-

#87 John Bates- 6-5. 259. Boise State TE-

#88 Kenny Yeboah- 6-3, 247, Mississippi TE-

2020 (REDSHIRT SENIOR): Started first eight games of the season at tight end before deciding to forgo final two games in order to begin preparation for the 2021 NFL Draft ... Finished second on the team in receptions (27) and receiving yards (524).


#10 Demetric Felton- 5-10, 200, UCLA RB-

#21 Trey Sermon- 6’, 213, Ohio State RB- Just exploded at the end of the season to look like the best RB in 30-30 years;

#25 Khalil Herbert- 5-8, 204, Virginia Tech RB-

#29 Rhamondre Stevenson- Oklahoma RB-

#22 Najee Harris- Alabama RB- Might be the best offensive player in this Draft, minus QBs of course.


#42 Mason Ben Michigan FB-


#55 James Hudson III- 6-4, 302, 33” Arms, Cincinnati OLT-

#56 Creed Humphrey- 6-4, 312,  Oklahoma OC-

#67 Brenden Jaimes- 6-5, 300, 32 ¾”Arms, Nebraska OL-

#70 Robert Jones- 6-4, 319, Middle Tennessee State OL-

#71 Meinerz Quinn-  Wisconsin-Whitewater OL-

#72 Robert Hainsey- 6-4, 302, NotreDame OL-

#73 Aaron Banks- 6-5, 338, Notre Dame OL-

#74 Jaylon Moore- 6-4, 311, Western Michigan OL-

#75 Dillon Radunz- 6-5, 309, North Dakota State OL-

#76 Spencer Brown- 6-8, 324, Northern Iowa OL-

#77 Jake Curhan- 6-5, 323, California OL-

#79 Adrian Ealy- 6-6, 326, Oklahoma OL-



er this year. He was an excellent TE last season, and he is one of the best I’ve ever seen this season. Phenomenal nose for the Endzone.



2nd Choice: Joseph Ossai Edge/OLB.


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And One.

By Tom Mahoney

Did you ever wake up in the dark early morning and felt that everything seemed somehow different? As though you were in another dimension, or still in a nightmare, but you knew you were awake. You could feel that the world had altered, or rather you knew you were no longer on the earth you knew, but didn’t know why, how, or where? I woke like that once. It felt as though something had kidnapped me from reality I had existed in all my short life. I had to find my way free of the force that had captured me, and find my way back home. I think?

     It was in the spring just before my seventeenth birthday. I was waiting for my grandfather to die. I woke up in an ICU antechamber in the now deceased Burbank Hospital, where they stuffed gamily members who had tried to stay awake all night but couldn’t. I remember feeling like I was stuck in mud. Though it was lethally warm spring day, there was a cold rigid wind blowing through the halls that I had never felt before. At about two in the morning they brought me into this little lifeless side room where I had descended into the sleep of the dead on this extinct tan plastic 70’s couch. As I rose, my face stuck to the departed fabric as though it had decayed into the left side of my face. The air seemed thin and diseased. I remember sitting up on the obsolete couch for a while, rubbing the departed skin off my left cheek and face. I was trying to clear my vision and

remove the horrid remnants of vinyl off my face.

Then I shivered, as another flap of frozen wind seemed to cover me, like dank dead dirt. I stood up and looked around at the rotting relic of a room. Everything in this desolate chamber was tan or beige in some way. Decomposing off-white wallpaper, with vertical putrefied tan and deteriorating brown lines of different widths, laid on the walls. A wavy picture of a wheat field blowing in the wind, with a dull soiled gold frame around it that made it look soil colored, hung lifeless on the wall. A worm colored husk of a coffee table that looked like a casket was buried in the corner. Even the ancient shades on the dirt brown lamps seemed to emit a taupe light. However, the thing I remember the most was the dead silence of the room, for some reason the air seemed completely still: not a sound, not a sign of life, not even the feeling of my own heartbeat and breathing. I suddenly had to get out of that room. It was as though I had awoken in my own tomb…

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The Trump-Tyrant has escaped reality and now thinks he is a Commie Dictator. His mental and steroid breakdown has turned him into an Immediate risk and immediate Tyrant threat to our Democracy. 

"A peaceful transition of power...

is what make America, America.

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