The 2021

NFL Draft.


Mock Draft

Part II.


Picks 1-11.

Picks 12-22.

Picks 23-32.

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23. N.J. Jets:

(QB, CB, WR, DE, RB, Edge, OL, DE, OT, TE, DB, IOL, Edge, DB, WR, TE, LB, OL, IDL,)-

Greg Rousseau- 6-6 5/8”, 34 3/4" Arms! (O) 4.69, 1.67-Split! 266, Miami, RS-Soph? Edge, #15

1st Pick: Zach Wilson- QB, BYU

I am a big believer in drafting guys to help your QB, when you take a Rookie in the 1st. An O-Lineman or Rashod Bateman could help Wilson look like an NFL QB earlier than expected. But he has a long way to go, and I don’t think can play early and often this season. So the Jets can look to their Defense.

The Jets top two Rushers combined for 10 total sacks last season. That is as sad as it is funny. As much as they need to help Wilson, they need to help their pass rush a hell of a lot more. Quinnen Williams led the team with 7 Sacks. Which means their number two rusher (Basham) garnered 3 Sacks.

Rousseau is a true freak. He seemed to lined up at every front seven position to rush in 2019. Some think he’s only an inside rusher and rushes best from the Nose, as if that’s a negative? Is there any coach in the NFL who wouldn’t take an inside rush who garnered 15.5 Sacks as a RS-Freshman! I mean? Seriously.

In fact, he’s too good for the damn Jets. I mean, it just keeps getting funnier. He offers an instant impact on Special Teams. Not just as a kick blocker in the middle of the line with his 83 1/4" wingspan, but the Dude covered punts at Miami! He was a marvel at his Proday.

I know old news, but his 10-yard Split of 1.67 was faster than the other Chase. Ja’Marr! The WR! That’s some impressive explosion off the snap for any rusher. Some had him clocked at 4.67 in his Forty. He had a 9’7” Broad Jump.

He garnered 15.5 sacks on 51 tackle and 19.5 TFLs. He played in every game, but didn’t start the first 6 games in 2019! if you can believe that? He started 8 games in 2019. Great Proday. Long, tall, tetradactyl rusher. Great hand fighter. Expert using his hands and arms to keep blockers hands off his shirt.

Lines up inside and outside to rush the QB. Explosive blast off and long arms give him instant advantage in every rush. Great length. Tough to throw over. Gets his hand up when QB throws. Gets in QB face as inside rusher, gets arms up. Terrific speed, athleticism, and agility for such a long tall rusher.

Flashes dominance. Uses his long arms to hold off Blocks and keeps moving forward, even after he’s stopped at first. He can line up on the Nose and swing

Key F.A. Signed:
Corey Davis WR

Tevin Coleman RB

Tyler Kroft TE

Dan Feeney OL

Carl Lawson DE

Sheldon Rankins DT

Jarrad Davis LB

Justin Hardee DB

Lamarcus Joyner SS

Key F.A.:  

Josh Bellamy, WR

Jonotthan Harrison OC

Brian Winters OG

Steve McLendon DT

Tarell Basham Edge

Patrick Onwuasor LB

Avery Williamson LB

Brian Poole CB

Pierre Desir CB

Nick Hairston CB

Marcus Maye S

Key F.A. Lost:

Joe Flacco QB

Breshad Perriman WR

Pat Elflein OL

Jordan Jenkins OLB

Henry Anderson DE

Tarell Basham Edge

outside the OG and soar on top of the QB like a stork. Amazing grace, wingspan, and hand usage in rush. Nice double swipe combo inside a shove off the RB and swoop in on the QB. Smooth. Aggressive. Plays behind his eyes. Reads well. Could have better instinct. Virtuoso using his long arms to slash past blockers.

Consistently moves forward through contact. Impressive powerful hands grabbing OTs, and tossing them back. Knows how to use speed to power and leverage to control blocker. Smart. Sets the edge naturally. Constantly hand fighting. Seems to play best on Strong side. Susceptible to cut block. Not twitchy or sudden. Plays high. Peeker.

Vs Virginia: What a season he had last year. He was right up there in stats with Chase Young. Smooth, but fast. Nice long arms. Can use speed to power. Long, tall and thin. Likes to eye down the QB. Deceptively strong. Doesn’t need leverage to win. Rarely gets pushed back. Freakish base and power. Terrific inside rusher from the 1 and 3 Gaps.

“Strong side D-end which makes his Sack total all the more impressive. Virginia doubled him in the pass rush. Abuses the TE when the ORT blocks inside. It’s kind-ah funny. Likes to grab the ORT’s arms as he read the QB. He can get him moving backwards and shed with a shove, when the QB takes off, he dives out and tackles the QB.

“Formidable, smart, good eyes, sees and reads plays. Reminds me of Jason Taylor. Similar frame, build, and smarts, and has that knack for hitting the quarterback. Uses his blast off to get some speed to power. Constantly pushes the OL up on his shoulder pads. Then can shed with his hands. Make it look easy sometimes.

Taken From The Mother Of All Mocks “Wilson is a true freak. He’s a poor man’s Patrick Mahomes. He has that wild knack for running around like a chicken with his head cut off, and just as it looks like he is about to flap around into the soup, he suddenly spots an open receiver deep and slings it sidearm, off balance, off platform, off script, 50-yards downfield.

He can throw the fastball into the well covered WR’s gut. Nice small window thrower. He will get hurt throwing it, as he’s being tackled. He will get up slow, and complete the next throw. Terrific timing. He has that knack for waiting that extra split second to get the ball through a tight throwing lane…” Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.

2019 (Redshirt Freshman): Had breakout season in first year as starter, seeing action in all 13 games and making seven starts…Selected to All-ACC First Team and named ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year, becoming only second Hurricane to earn honor and first since 2008…Named to All-America Second Team by Football Writers Association of America and selected Freshman All-America by several outlets…Led ACC in sacks (15.5) and tackles for loss (19.5), ranking second and ninth in FBS, respectively…Sack total tied second-highest single-season mark in program history…Saw action in season opener vs. Florida (Aug. 24), finishing with two solo tackles (both for loss) and first sack of career…Two TFLs totaled 10 yards lost, including nine-yard sack…Delivered another strong outing at North Carolina (Sept. 7), finishing with 1.5 tackles for loss and second sack of career (four yards)…Had one solo tackle in home opener against Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 14)…Forced and recovered fumble on strip-sack in win over Central Michigan (Sept. 21)…Wore turnover chain for first time in career in game versus Chippewas and finished with two total tackles…Had two solo tackles and 9-yard sack against Virginia Tech (Oct. 5)…Earned first start of career against Virginia (Oct. 11) and delivered dominant outing, finishing with seven total tackles (two solo), two tackles for loss (11 yards) and 10-yard sack…Added one forced fumble and one quarterback hurry in win over Cavaliers…Started against Georgia Tech (Oct. 19) and had three total tackles (two solo)…Finished with three sacks and seven tackles in start at Pittsburgh (Oct. 26), marking first three-sack game by Hurricane since 2011…Topped performance at Pitt with dominant outing at Florida State (Nov. 2), finishing with career-best eight tackles, including career-high five tackles for loss and four sacks in win over Seminoles…Named Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week and ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week for performance against FSU…Started and had one solo tackle and one PBU in win over Louisville (Nov. 9)…Started and finished with five tackles (two solo) in start versus FIU (Nov. 23)…Enjoyed dominant outing in final start of season in regular season finale at Duke (Nov. 30), finishing with career-best nine tackles (two solo), 2.5 tackles for loss and two sacks…Finished regular season with 14 sacks, moving into sole possession of fourth place in program history for sacks in single season…Named to All-ACC First Team…Became Miami’s second winner of ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors and first since Sean Spence in 2008…Earned All-ACC first-team honors from Associated Press…Selected to All-America Second Team by Football Writers Association of America (FWAA)…Started and finished with five total tackles and 1.5 sacks (11 yards) in Walk-On’s Independence Bowl against Louisiana Tech (Dec. 26).

2nd Choice: Rashod Bateman WR


24. Pittsburg Steelers:

(QB, Edge, FS, OLB, OLT, Edge, ORT, WR, NT, TE, RB, IDL, WR, CB, IDL, OG, ILB,):

*Jaelan Phillips- 6-5, 266, OLB/Edge, RS-Jr, (U) 4.56, 33.25”Arms, 10’5” Br! Miami, #15-

The Steelers love to Draft edgerushers in the 1st. Plus they lost Bud Dupree and some change on the Edge. So they are going to be looking for an Edgerusher early. Phillips actually reminds me of Dupree. Phillips is a little faster. While Dupree is a little bigger.

Phillips put on a show at Miami’s Proday. He was bigger, stronger, faster than I thought he would be at his Proday. Explosive Combine numbers. Best position in the NFL will be as a 3-4 OLB. He is a terrific stand-up rusher. Top speed on the Edge to turn the corner and scare the QB.

He’s a bit of a one-year wonder. He had six combines starts in 2018 and 2017 at UCLA. Sat out 2019 due to transfer. Then put up some nice stats in the Covid Season. He played in ten games in 2020 and garnered 45 Tackles, 21 solo Tackles, led the Hurricanes with 15.5 TFL and 8 sacks.

Still more promise than production. But getting a dude on the Edge who is almost 270 and ran in the 4.5s is going to be an overwhelming temptation for a Defensive Head Coach (like Tomlin;). Most have Phillips over Rousseau, but I like production over potential. Though Phillips might have more upside.

Also, how odd is it to have maybe the top two Edgerusher in this Draft come from the same team and wear the same number? LOL. Because Rousseau didn’t play in 2020, and Phillips didn’t play in 2019. Both are really One-Year Wonders. Though Phillips did garner some stats in his two seasons at UCLA: 41 tackles, 8 TFLs, and 4.5 Sacks. Not a lot of production.

Phillips is more of a speed rusher than Rousseau. He has the power to stack and shed and hit the RB before he reaches the line. He can burst inside and get across the line to tackle the RB on the other side of the OC. Plays fast. Quick.

Ran a 4.5, and plays to that speed on the field. Explosive off the snap too split two OLs, and get to the RB in the backfield. Plays the option well. If you don’t block him, he won’t be fooled by Option. Fast inside and outside.

Playmaker. Had INT against FLA ST. picked it off as the QB was trying to throw it away. Has that knack for being in the right place at the right time. Big and strong. Elite athlete. Best moving forward. Good eyes. Reacts quick. Can see it and attack it. Doesn’t slow. Speed and flash. TMIWHTMILH.

Key F.A. Signed:
Ben Roethlisberger QB

Kalen Ballage RB

JuJu Smith-Schuster WR

Joe Haeg ORG

Rashaad Coward IDL

Zach Banner ORT

Tyson Alualu DT

Chris Wormley DT

Cassius Marsh OLB

Miles Killebrew LB

Jordan Berry P

Key F.A.:  

Alejando Villanueva OLT

Deon Cain, WR

James Conner, RB

Joshua Dobbs, QB

Trey Edmunds, RB

Joe Haden, CB

Jayrone Elliott Edge

Daniel McCullers, DT

Cameron Sutton, CB

Ryan Switzer WR

Chris Wormley DT

Key F.A. Lost:

Bud Dupree DE/OLB

Matt Feiler ORT

James Conner RB

Olasunkanmi Adeniyi Edge

Sean Davis FS

Mike Hilton CB

Taken From The Mother Of All Mocks “Tall and thin. Long arms. Over focused on QB. Plays on the strongside. His eyes can stall him sometimes, but he’s explosive once he sees it. Stays and plays high. But is slippery, and OLs have trouble blocking him. Improved all season, and had five sacks in the final two games against V-tech and Duke. OLs will double him on the Edge in the run game. Gives great effort in the run game.

He’s a D-end who’s a pure stand-up rusher. Has a chance to be a great one. Played pretty much on the QB’s right last season. Looks like he was made to play in a 3-4. He can stack and shed at the point, and TFL the RB. Nice power hop through the ORT to drag him back to the RB. When he guesses the count, he’s explosive into the backfield. Smart. Aware. Understands his job. …” Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.

2020 All-America, First Team (AFCA). 2020 All-America, Second Team (Associated Press, FWAA). 2020 Bednarik Award semifinalist. 2020 All-ACC, Second Team.

2020 (Redshirt Junior): Delivered dominant lone season with Hurricanes, ranking among team leaders in nearly every defensive category…Selected to All-America First Team by AFCA and All-America Second Team by FWAA and Associated Press…Started all 10 games of regular season and finished with 45 total tackles (21 solo)…Led Miami with 15.5 tackles for loss and eight sacks…Ranked among ACC and FBS leaders in TFLs…Bednarik Award semifinalist as nation’s top defensive player…Credited with five quarterback hurries…Had one interception and three PBUs….Started season opener against UAB (Sept. 10) and finished with two tackles and half-tackle for loss…Posted three tackles (two solo), including one tackle for loss, in road start at top-20 Louisville (Sept. 19)…Started in romp of rival Florida State (Sept. 26) and finished with three total tackles (two solo) and one tackle for loss…Wore Turnover Chain for first time with first-half interception against Seminoles…Lone tackle in start at top-ranked Clemson (Oct. 10) was first solo sack of Miami career (3 yards)…Started in win over Pittsburgh (Oct. 17), finishing with three tackles, including one tackle for loss and half sack…Led Hurricanes with seven tackles (three solo) and credited with one quarterback hurry in start versus Virginia (Oct. 24)…Earned first ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week honor with dominant start in come-from-behind win at NC State (Nov. 6)…Had career-high 10 total tackles, 1.5 TFLs, one solo sack and one PBU in victory over Wolfpack…Won second straight ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week honor after another stout start at Virginia Tech (Nov. 14)…Finished with eight total tackles (four solo) including 4.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks in impressive outing versus Hokies…Posted 2.5 sacks for second straight week in road win at Duke (Dec. 5), finishing with four total tackles and 3.5 tackles for loss…Named Bednarik Award semifinalist in early December.

2nd Choice: Travis Etienne RB


25. Jacksonville Jaguars-

(QB, OLT, CB, WR, TE, OL, RB, WR, CB, DB, DL, OL, WR, DB,):

1st Pick: Trevor Lawrence QB

*Alex Leatherwood- 6-6, 312, OLT, Alabama, Junior, #70-

Jaguars could go a lot of ways here. Grabbing a Corner or a WR would seriously help them next season. However, is there anything more important than a legit NFL Offensive Left Tackle to a rookie QB? Cam Robinson was disappointing last season to point that the Jags don’t seem interested in resigning him at all, even though they got nothing Left Tackle. The plan has to be to take an OLT here.

The good news is that there’s a, OLT on the Board that only gave up only two Sacks and was called for only one penalty in the SEC last season. The most underrated player in this Draft. He can also line up at every O-Line position except Center. And I don’t know if he can snap or not? Because if he can snap, he can play OC. 

They need an OLT. I think Leatherwood is the 2nd best in this Draft. He‘s also bust proof, as he has played ORG and ORT. Great feet and balance moving backwards. He just kept getting better, every season and every game.

“I think Alex probably does as much as anybody from the example that he sets, how he competes, how he plays. He’s a little bit of a quiet guy but certainly leads by example and has done a really-really good job of that all year long, on and off the field,” Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban said. “I think he’s demonstrated that the team is really important to him. The players on the team are important to him. He’s really matured nicely and played very consistently for us. But I think the big thing is he leads by example and really sets a good example for the other players.”

He has long arms and plays at arm’s length very well. He was the best Left Tackle in the SEC (in 2019). He faced the best and fastest rushers in the SEC and he only gave up 2 sacks and 3 hurries last season.

He played some OLT in 2017. He played Right Guard in 2018 and moved back to OLT last season and was the best OLT in the SEC. I thought he was the best

Key F.A. Signed:
Carlos Hyde RB

Marvin Jones Jr. WR

Phillip Dorsett WR

James O'Shaughnessy TE

Chris Manhertz TE

Tyler Shatley OL

Dawuane Smoot DE

Roy Robertson-Harris DT

Shaquill Griffin CB

Tre Herndon CB

Sidney Jones CB

Rayshawn Jenkins FS

Rudy Ford SS

Key F.A.:  

Cam Robinson OLT

Tyler Shatle OG

Dede Westbrook WR

Keelan Cole WR

Chris Conley WR

Al Woods DT

Abry Jones DT

Cassius Marsh DE

Rashaan Melvin, CB

D.J. Hayden CB

Key F.A. Lost:


Tackle on the Alabama team last season (2019) that had 1st Round pick Jedrick Wills at Right Tackle.

Taken From The Mother Of All Mocks “Light on his feet. He can bail back and recover, twist and turn inside to seal, and skip out to the 2nd level to hit the LB. He can hit a moving target. Great contact balance moving forward and back. Knows how to use his arms and heavy hands. Good finisher. Fights through the whistle. Wins with second and third efforts. Constantly fighting. Relentless.

“Can turn inside, when the outside rusher drops, and slams the DT to a holt. Great anchor to stop speed or power. Has second surge to stop speed to power outside in rush. Low, wide, and balance in kickslide. Great form. Keeps his hands up high, but wide. Usually blocks the best rusher on QB’s blind side.

“Refuses to give up Sacks. In 832 Snaps in the 2020-2021 Season, he gave up TWO Sacks! And: “Missed only three assignments and committed just five penalties … surrendered just three quarterback hurries and four pressures.” Consistency is the most important trait for an Offensive Lineman.  …” Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.

Senior (2020): Elected to return for his senior season, passing up the NFL Draft ... arguably the best left tackle in college football ... has seen time in 43 career games with 36 consecutive starts dating back to 2018 ... selected as a First Team Preseason All-American by four outlets (Associated Press,, The Sporting News, USA Today) ... tabbed as a second-team honoree by Walter Camp ... leading candidate for the Outland Trophy … averaged an overall blocking grade of 90.4 by the Alabama coaching staff and 99.5 on assignments (tied for the team lead) … anchor of an Alabama offensive line that blocks for the nation’s No. 1 scoring offense (48.5 ppg), No. 1 pass efficiency offense (202.8), No. 4 passing offense (358.1 ypg) and No. 33 rushing attack (177.5 ypg) among teams who have played more than four games … the Alabama front has surrendered just six sacks (according to PFF) while quarterback Mac Jones has been on the field and just 13 for the season on 268 dropbacks to rank 20th nationally (1.62 sacks per game among teams who played more than four games) … Leatherwood leads an offensive front that has opened holes for 4.8 yards per carry with 51 runs of 10 or more yards this season, which is among the national leaders … the Tide has scored 24 rushing touchdowns in eight games to rank eighth nationally … Leatherwood has played 472 snaps during the 2020 season and has allowed only two sacks, missed only two assignments and committed just one penalty … surrendered just three quarterback hurries and three pressures … earned offensive player of the week honors from the Alabama coaching staff following a win over No. 3 Georgia.

2nd Choice: Rashod Bateman WR

26. Cleveland Browns:

(LB, DB, Edge, CB, IDL, Edge, WR, TE, DE, DL, LB, RB, OL,):

**XXCaleb Farley- 6-2, 207, CB, Virginia Tech- RS-Soph, #3-

Browns took one giant leap for Cleveland-kind last season, making the Play Offs. They have their QB in Mayfield, who got them into the Play Offs. Now they have to build a Defense that will allow them to advance in the Playoffs. You have to build an Offense around a young QB to reach the Playoffs, but it’s Defense that advances teams deep in the Playoffs once their QB is set.

Celeb Farley is the most talent Corner in this Draft. However, he has two strikes against him. He will fall a lot lower than his talent would indicate, because he had two back surgeries. Whether he checks out or not, it will cause him to drop. He would be a legit bigtime steal here. His Tape is great. Elite mover. Twitchiest, quickest, and most sudden CB in this Draft.

All-American Cornerback. Smooth and quick feet moving laterally inside. Balanced and confident. He decided to sit out this season due to Covid. He has the most sudden hips I’ve seen in a while. He will step up and play Finesse Press. Can run with anyone. Has some ball skills. Breaks up passes.

Nice snap in his hips. Instant hips turning back to run with the WR deep down field. He takes position deep as he looks back at the ball and intercepts it like he’s the WR. I like him best in Finesse Press. Number One Corner who makes the QB look to the other side. Slows WR’s release with his great feet, position, and aggression. Has that knack for playing the ball in the air. 16 PBU in 2019.

Sudden, instant, smooth and fast. Smart. Always seems in control. They line him up on one guy, and he hops out and covers another WR a lot. That is a nice scheme for a DC, and really confuses QBs. He’ll play over the top of Trips like a FS, and cover the WR that goes deep. Can break up the deep pass to the WR.

Key Signings:  
JoJo Natson WR

Rashard Higgins WR

KhaDarel Hodge WR

Jadeveon Clowney DE

Takkarist McKinley Edge

Malcolm Smith LB

John Johnson FS

Troy Hill CB

Robert Jackson CB

Cody Parkey K

Key F.A.:  

B.J. Goodson LB

Olivier Vernon, DE

Adrian Clayborn DE

Andrew Billings, DT

Larry Ogunjobi, DT

Andrew Sendejo S

Key Losses:

Kendall Lamm OLT

Larry Ogunjobi DT

Karl Joseph SS

Kevin Johnson CB

Taken From The Mother Of All Mocks “Great playing the ball in the air, and can play the WR and instantly tackle him when the ball arrives. Has that knack for knocking the ball out. He’s so great watching the QB as he moves back, and feels more than sees where the WR is. He can take on the Guard in the Screen and stay infront of the RB to the sideline.

“Quick footed. Agile. Elite COD. Great poise and balance flying backwards at every angle. Wants for nothing athletically. Elite conditioning. Never seems to wear down. Can run all day and night. Solid in run support and is not afraid of the rough stuff. Impactful form tackler. Gives consistent effort, technique and intensity.

“I like him in press. Tight. Aggressive. Nice inside shove as he turns to run. Seals WR running down the sideline. Tougher and more physical than he looks. Greasy easy hips. Has the speed. He can run with anyone, after the jam and turn. Teams will not line up guys on his side. So, he’ll jam the TE and zone the flat. Stronger than he looks. …”

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2019: Led the ACC in passes defended with 16 ... Was tied for second in the league with four INTs ... Tied a career high with four tackles at Boston College (8/31) and also had two pass breakups ... Registered an INT vs. Furman (9/14) ... Recorded two INTs at Miami (10/5) ... Had a career-best four passes defended va. UNC (10/19) ... Found the end zone for the first time in his career with a 17-yard INT return at Georgia Tech (11/16) ... Posted a tackle, a pass breakup and a QB hurry in the shutout vs. Pitt (11/23) ... missed the last two contests of the season due to injury.

2nd Choice: Hamilcar Rashed Jr EDGE


27. Baltimore Ravens:

(WR, OT, LB, Edge, DL, OC, Edge, WR, OG, FS, IDL, CB, TE, LB, IDL, OT):

*Rashod Bateman- WR Minnesota, (PD) 4.39! 6’ 3/8”, 190, 2019-#13, 2020-#0-

The Ravens have to get two or three talented weapons for Lamar Jackson.

Bateman is not as fast and Ronald Moore. But he’s bigger. Can play in the Slot. Sneaky fast. Excellent hands. Extends hands and snags the ball outside the body with ease and without slowing. Creates separation in pattern. Nice jab step outside, then the great burst inside to get open fast. Can run tricky patterns to get open quick. Excellent feet and is a good athlete. Great Production.

Catches through contact. Can slow to grab the pass inside that short-arms him. Great hands! Gets open deep outside and can slow and adjust to the short pass, with the safety baring down on him. He won the Heisman with a QB who was a little inaccurate on a lot of throws. Constantly had to make little adjustments to throws with speed, hands, and body twists.

He was a bit of mixed bag at his Proday. He was shorter than Expected. But much faster and much more explosive than expected. He had a 10’3” Broad Jump and 38” Vert, with 33” arms. He tested as an elite athlete for a WR.

He played in 31 games and caught a pass in everyone. I thought that was impressive. He has the long speed when he catches the ball over the top to take it to the House. Very talented dude, who makes it look easy against a lot of excellent Corners. Topnotch production in 2019. A true threat every play.

He will round his routes. A little straight-linsh sometimes. Runs fake patterns, instead of blocking a lot. He has the size to be a good blocker. Gets into position, then doesn’t block sometimes.

Key F.A. Signed:  
Robert Griffin QB

Mark Ingram RB

Gus Edwards RB

Sammy Watkins WR

Kevin Zeitler ORG

Nick Boyle TE

Calais Campbell IDL

Brandon Williams IDL

Derek Wolfe DL

Tyus Bowser Edge

Pernell McPhee Edge

Chris Board LB

Key F.A.:  

Gus Edwards RB

Jimmy Smith CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Willie Snead WR

Chris Moore WR

Matt Skura OC

Matt Judon Edge

Yannick Ngakoue Edge

Great producer at Minny. He set Freshman records with 51 receptions and 704 yards receiving. Smooth. Tricky. Explosive. Fast. Great hands. Elite feet. Subtle and explosive in pattern. Good head and shoulder fakes. Does get caught from behind when running after the catch. Speed is not an issue for him. Knows how to get open in pattern. Quick and coordinated. Frustrates DBs. Knows how to run patterns to get open. Great route savvy.

In 2019 he caught 60 passes 1,219 yards and 11 TDs, both records at Minnesota for a Sophomore. He was named the Big Ten's Richter–Howard Receiver of the Year Award. Played well in 2020. He came back and played in 5 Games. Garnering a respectable 36 passes for 472 yards and 2 TDs. Which if you double like he played in 10 games is 72 catches for 944 and 4 TDs. He has been as impressive as any WR in the past couple Seasons.

Taken From The Mother Of All Mocks “Good eyes after the catch to cut back behind a blocker. He can track the ball over his head, accelerates away from the CB, and dive out and catch the pass high and outside. Excellent ball skills. Can adjust his body to make the catch. Finds a way to get a foot down. Nice head and shoulder fake in the short area to get open in pattern. Has some suddenness breaking inside.

“He can sink his hips and look like he’s breaking in three different directions and then burst wide open inside. Herky jerky in pattern. Electric and explosive. He can weave down field trying to get infront of the CB to block. Doesn’t block all the time, but will try to block for his QB when he takes off. When he gets hot, he’s unstoppable.

“He can twist his head and body to catch the pass thrown to the wrong shoulder. He can run the tricky inside-out pattern smooth and easy for the quick 1st down. They will run the reverse to him. He’s fast with the ball in his hands. It usually takes more than one DB to tackle him. Fights for extra yards. Great quicks, balance and hips outside. …”

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CAREER: Caught at least one pass in all 31 games (fifth in school history) he played in and made 147 receptions (sixth in school history) for 2,395 yards (sixth in school history) and 19 touchdowns (fifth in school history) • recorded ten 100-yard receiving games (fourth in school history) • in 2019, totaled 301 combined receiving yards against Penn State (203 yards) and Iowa (98 yards), which was the fifth most receiving yards in consecutive games in school history • owns top two Minnesota receiving games in TCF Bank Stadium history (2019 Penn State with a stadium record 203 yards and 2019 Wisconsin with 147 yards).

2020: JUNIOR SEASON: Played in five games and caught 36 passes for 472 yards and two touchdowns • averaged 94.40 receiving yards per game. Game-by-Game: Caught nine passes for 101 yards against Michigan • made five catches for 62 yards at Maryland • made a career high 10 receptions for 139 yards and one touchdown at Illinois • caught eight passes for 111 yards and one touchdown against Iowa • made four receptions for 59 yards against Purdue.

2019: SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in all 13 games and caught 60 passes for 1,219 yards (second most in a single season and sophomore program record) and 11 touchdowns (tied for third most in a single season and sophomore program record) • named the Big Ten's Richter–Howard Receiver of the Year and was one of 12 finalists for the Biletnikoff Award and is the only player from the Big Ten to be named a semifinalist • named All-Big Ten First Team and AP Third-Team All-America. Game-by-Game: Caught five passes for 132 yards against South Dakota State and hauled in a one-handed, 42-yard touchdown with 49 seconds remaining in the first half • made seven catches for 105 yards and one touchdown at Fresno State • recorded three catches for 52 yards against Georgia Southern • recorded six catches for 177 yards and two touchdowns (47 and 45 yards) at Purdue • crossed 1,000 career receiving yards against Purdue in his 17th career game to become the second fastest Gopher ever to reach that mark (Ryan Thelwell did it in 15 games) • caught two passes for 71 yards against Illinois • made one catch against Nebraska • caught four passes for 72 yards and one touchdown at Rutgers • made three catches for 39 yards and one touchdown against Maryland • recorded seven catches for a TCF Bank Stadium record and career high 203 yards and one touchdown against Penn State and also became the second Gopher ever to have 200 receiving yards in one game (Ryan Thelwell, 228 yards against Ball State on Sept. 14, 1996) • picked up 98 yards on six catches at Iowa • crossed 1,000 receiving yards on the season at Northwestern with seven catches for 78 yards and a career high three touchdowns • caught six balls for 147 yards and a touchdown against Wisconsin and also broke the single-season receiving record with 1,170 yards (would finish the season with 1,219 yards, but record was broken by Tyler Johnson who finished the season with a school record 1,318 yards) • made three catches for 49 yards in an Outback Bowl win against Auburn. (12/31).

2nd Choice: Creed Humphrey OC


28. New Orleans Saints:

(QB, LB, CB, WR, LB, FS, OT, DE, TE, LB, FS, OL, Edge, TE, LB, CB, DL):

*Jamin Davis- LB Kentucky, 6-3, 234, (PD) 4.4? 42” Vert! 11” Broad! Junior, #44-

Saints have some serious Free Agent issues. Do they have a Linebacker on their roster? They have like six or seven LBs who were on the roster last season, and are unlikely to be on the roster this season. Their two top LBs   Demario Davis and Kwon Alexander are still not signed.

They have massive Free Agent issues. It appears like twice as many Free Agents as any other team. And with Drew Brees now retired, Taysom Hill is the Dude with has new 140-Mil Contract: “According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Hill's new deal is for 4 years and $140 million dollars. Schefter reports that the contract includes a $9.7 million signing bonus, a $1.44 million guaranteed roster bonus, and a $1.034 million base salary plus incentives.”

So this pick instantly becomes a question of who do you help you with your 1st Round Pick? Do you help your young QB? Or do you help your Defense? They are in big trouble at LB. There is also a late riser who is a top five athlete in this Draft at Linebacker. This has become a best player available pick.

Jamin Davis is that good a surprise prospect. He ran his Forty in the 4.4s at his Proday, and some had him under a 4.4. But I don’t buy a 4.37! “We expected really impressive numbers. Those maybe took it to just another notch,” Wildcat DC Brad White said. “I was expecting high 30s in the jump, 42” was rare. You start breaking 4.5 as a linebacker, it’s crazy at that point. “He rises up in big moments.” Fastest, biggest and most impressive riser in this Draft.

With his production and Proday, he could slip over Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. Bigger, stronger and faster the JO-K. Great production in 2020: 102 Tackles, 4 TFLs, 1.5 sacks, 3 INTs and returned an INT for a TD, 2 PBUs, 1 FF, 1 FR. He also plays special teams and blocked a kick in 2020.

“He felt the sense of urgency to step his game up and take the next step,” Kentucky LB Coach Jon Sumrall said. “He went from a guy who did what he had to do to prepare each game and each week and each practice to a guy that was preparing like he was on a mission.”

He’s a one year wonder. More than doubled his tackle totals from his first three seasons. Will take false steps off play action. Heavy Zone player. Will run into

Key F.A. Signed:  
Taysom Hill QB

Jameis Winston QB

Nick Vannett TE

Tanoh Kpassagnon Edge

Noah Spence DE

Demario Davis OLB

Marcus Williams FS

P.J. Williams CB

Key F.A.:  

Colt McCoy QB

Devonta Freeman RB

Wayne Gallman RB

Dion Lewis RB

Corey Coleman WR

Cameron Fleming OT

Eric Tomlinson TE

Jared Cook TE

Kwon Alexander LB

Kiko Alonso LB

Key F.A. Lost:

Emmanuel Sanders WR

Jared Cook TE

Sheldon Rankins DT

 Malcom Brown DT

Trey Hendrickson Edge

Kyler Fackrell OLB

Craig Robertson LB

Alex Anzalone LB

Janoris Jenkins CB

Justin Hardee CB

blocker moving outside, staring down the RB. Not always aware of blockers. Over relies on speed to make blockers miss. Will need to be more than a Zone LB in the NFL. Doesn’t always see it right. Pure Zone dude.

He’s a Mike Linebacker. He will line up at ILB in Odd fronts. Will Cover the TE down the seam. Great eyes, quicks and COD to burst out of coverage and tackle the receiver catching it underneath him. Elite mover. Struggle to do nothing athletically on the field. Work out warrior with elite speed. Slides back easily on zone drop. Eyes QB and will instantly break to the receiver when the QB throws. Terrific impact hitter in space.

I thought he played better when moved around in space, and didn’t just line up as the Mike or ILB. Against Tennessee he lined up on the QB’s right a lot against their Spread Offense. Played the QBs eyes well. Could jam the inside WR, and still get to the RB in the Run game. Might be more OLB. Best running in space. When the WR catches it infront of him, he shocks him lowering the boom. Needs to prove he can cover in Man Defense.

Terrific blitzer, who has that knack for slipping through a crack. Can be slippery in traffic. As fast to the RB as any LB in this Draft when he sees it. One of those guys that moves faster than everyone else on the field. Gets infront of the flow against Zone blocking and force RB to cutback early. Great speed and flash in open field. Hunter seeker.

Career: In three seasons, saw action in 36 games with 11 starting assignments. Totaled 144 tackles, 5.0 TFL, 2.5 sacks, five interceptions, three PBU, three QBH, one block, one fumble recovery and one forced fumble. Named first-team All-SEC by ProFootballFocus and second-team All-SEC by Phil Steele in 2020. Led UK in tackles (102) and was second in interceptions (3) as a junior in 2020. Had eight career double-figure tackle games, all in 2020. Became the first Wildcat with five-consecutive double-figure tackle games since Danny Trevathan, who had nine straight in 2010. Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week in 2020 after charting a career-high 15 tackles vs. Vanderbilt.

2020 Junior: Declared for the NFL draft. First-Team All-SEC, Linebacker (PFF). Second-Team All-SEC (Phil Steele). SEC Defensive Player of the Week (11/16). All-America Honorable Mention (Phil Steele). Played in 10 games, missing one (Alabama) due to COVID protocol. Filled the stat sheet as the team's leading tackler with 102, along with 4.0 TFL, 1,5 sacks, two PBU, three interceptions (one for a score), a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a blocked kick. Fourth in the SEC and 20th nationally in tackles per game (10.2) and total tackles (102)

Had eight double-figure tackle games this season. Tied for ninth in the SEC in interceptions with three. Made 13 tackles and one-half quarterback sack in the win over NC State in the Gator Bowl ... Also had an interception and five-yard return in the fourth quarter, setting up the game-clinching touchdown. Had 10 tackles in the win over South Carolina in the regular-season finale. Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week after charting a career-high 15 tackles vs. Vanderbilt for his fifth straight game in double digits ... Became the first Wildcat with five-consecutive double-figure tackle games since Danny Trevathan, who had nine straight in 2010. Had 13 tackles vs. Georgia, his fourth consecutive game with double-figure stops ... Also blocked a field goal, caused a fumble and had a pass breakup ... Blocked a field goal on the final play of the first half ... Marked the first blocked kick of his career and UK’s first blocked kick of the season ... UK’s first blocked field goal since Josh Allen in the VRBO Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1, 2019. Intercepted a pass over the middle and returned it 85 yards for a touchdown in the win at Tennessee

Eighth-longest interception return in school history and Kentucky’s longest interception return since David Johnson had a 95-yard TD return at Cincinnati in 1986. UK’s longest interception return vs. an SEC opponent since Darryl Bishop had a 97-yard runback in 1972. UK’s longest interception return in an SEC road game since Joe Stephan had an 89-yarder at Florida in 1969. Wearing uniform No. 22 vs. Mississippi State in honor of teammate Chris Oats, had a stellar day with 11 tackles and an interception.

2019 Sophomore: Saw action in all 13 games with one start. Totaled 32 tackles, 1.0 sack, two quarterback hurries and an interception.

2nd Choice: Terrace Marshall Jr- WR

29. Green Bay Packers:

(QB, CB, DL, Edge, OT, WR, RB, OG, DB, LB, OC, IDL, DB, Edge,):

Travis Etienne- 5-10, 210, RB, Clemson, #9-

This is a much easier one. There is no question here that they have to get some guys to help Rodgers be all that he can be. I had Terrace Marshall locked into this pick for a while. However, nothing helps a QB more than an RB. Left Tackles, WRs and TEs are vital. But RBs can take so much pressure off the QB, and force the Defense to play the run first, before they can try to hit the Quarterback.

Play action is a beautiful thing when protecting an old QB. Though I gave them Etienne before I saw they gave big money to Aaron Jones. But I don’t care, having a veteran RB and young speedster can keep Rodgers on the field for another season or two.

Etienne is a truly a generational talent that can make the  long TD run look easy. He’s so fast and tricky running outside. Smooth and deceptive speed. Has power to run over LBs outside. He’s one tough dude. He got hurt against Syracuse. It looked like a Hammy. Then he came back and ran for the TD that put Syracuse away.

Running with better power to fall forward with three defenders on his back for the 1st, He’s so strong. He’s so fast that I think his power and strength is underrated. Excellent job in pass pro. He can pick up the outside blitzer and wash him past the QB. Very impressive. Slippery dude. Even when the D-line wins, he can still find a crack for a couple.

He struggled against ND, but came up with the big TD to them up a TD late in the 4th. He has been consistently great in the clutch his whole career. ND showed that he could be slowed, but he can’t be slowed forever.

It’s amazing how he run through tackles. He’s so fast that you can to look at

Key F.A. Signed:  
Aaron Jones RB

Devin Funchess WR

Marcedes Lewis TE

Robert Tonyan TE

Preston Smith Edge

Tyler Lancaster IDL

Kevin King CB

Chandon Sullivan CB

Will Redmond DB

Key F.A.:  

Devin Funchess, WR

Aaron Jones, RB

Jake Kumerow, WR

Allen Lazard, WR

Ricky Wagner ORT

Key F.A. Lost:

Tim Boyle QB

Jamaal Williams RB

Corey Linsley OC

Lane Taylor OG

Montravius Adams IDL

Christian Kirksey LB

him as a speed back, but he has power in his legs as well. They will have him return kickoffs when they get behind. Great weapon in the passing game. He knows how to find the open lane on the 2nd and 3rd level to get wide open. Excellent cut blocker in pass pro.

Georgia Tech: He was just so damn good in this game. Best player on the field. I mean, we all knew he was good. Even my wife said during this game "that guy is fast." But he was as good as I’ve seen in this game. He wasn’t just looking like the best RB in the FBS, he was looking like an all-time great to me.

He added to his game this season. He’s much better in the passing game. Love how he runs low and fast. He half-reach out and half-dive out and snaps out his hands like Superman and just grabs the bad fastball way out in front of him with impressive quicks, burst and hands, and held his balance to continue running. I don’t think another RB in this Draft could have touched that pass way out in front of him without diving or falling down. Great receiver in the passing game with elite hands. And they throw it to him in every circumstance all over the field. Deadly on 3rd down.

Taken From The Mother Of All Mocks “To me it comes down to the theme of this Draft. Protect and help the QB at all cost. Rogers is about to join the Over The Hill Gang. So, getting an RB to takes hits off his shirt would be a big deal. The number one priority in this Draft for the Packers is to keep Rogers under Center. I just don’t see another player who can do more to help keep Rogers on the field than the speedster Etienne.

“Etienne wasn’t just looking like the best RB, he was looking like an all-time RB to me. He looks to me like the best player on the Board who can help their bad QBs look good. He will block on the edge for his QB on the keeper. Struggles blocking in pass pro. He has to get better. He will run into the LB on the option, when the QB keeps it and runs behind him.

“He’ll hit the wrong guy, trying to double the DT, and let two blitzers run past him unblocked. Good hitter blocking a DB on the 2nd level on QB keeper. Likes to double in pass pro, and not hit the free blitzer. It’s strange. He will stand infront of the QB, and can slide over and hit the DT who broke free inside. He will lower his shoulder to the LB, for the WR running a reverse…” Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.

Burst onto the scene as one of the nation’s most explosive running backs in 2017 and followed up with record-breaking 2018 and 2019 campaigns as a sophomore and junior … entered 2020 with 518 career carries for 4,038 yards (7.8 avg.) with a school- and ACC-record 56 rushing touchdowns plus 54 career receptions for 567 yards and six receiving touchdowns in 43 career games (30 starts) … enters 2020 as the Clemson and ACC career leader in rushing touchdowns (56), total touchdowns (60) and points by a non-kicker (372) and will open the 2020 season as the nation’s active leader in each category plus career rushing yards (4,038) … back-to-back ACC Player of the Year in 2018 and 2019 who became the first running back to win the award in consecutive years since Mike Voight in 1975-76 … is the only player in school history with multiple 1,500-yard rushing seasons and is one of only 16 Power Five players since 2000 to reach the 1,500-yard mark in multiple seasons, joining AJ Dillon, Ameer Abdullah, Christian McCaffrey, Dalvin Cook, Darren McFadden, Ezekiel Elliott, Jonathan Taylor, Ka’Deem Carey, Kendall Hunter, Lamar Jackson, LaMichael James, Melvin Gordon, Montee Ball, Ray Rice and Steven Jackson … set single-season school records in 2018 in rushing yards (1,658), yards per carry (8.1), rushing touchdowns (24), total touchdowns (26) and points scored (156) … enters 2020 as one of only two FBS players — and the only running back — since 2000 to average at least 7.0 yards on 100+ carries in three different seasons.

2020: Rushed 17 times for 102 yards and a touchdown and caught three passes for 47 yards at Wake Forest … with his 18th career 100-yard rushing performance in that game, broke Wayne Gallman’s Clemson record for career 100-yard rushing games (17 from 2014-16) … recorded his third career 100-yard rushing game against Wake Forest to tie a school record held by Kenny Flowers (vs. Duke, 1983-85) and Wayne Gallman (vs. South Carolina, 2014-16) for career 100-yard rushing games against a single opponent … his touchdown at Wake Forest moved him past Lester Brown (1978), Terry Allen (1988-89) and James Davis (2005-06) for sole possession of the longest streak of consecutive games with a rushing touchdown in school history (10) … gained 68 yards on eight carries vs.  The Citadel and also added 44 on his first career punt return … rushed 14 times for 73 yards with one rushing touchdown and also set a Clemson receiving yardage record for a running back with 114 receiving yards on five receptions with a receiving touchdown vs. Virginia, sharing team offensive player of the game honors … rushed 17 times for a season-high 149 yards with two rushing touchdowns and caught a career-high eight receptions for 73 yards vs. No. 7 Miami, earning team offensive player of the game honors … on a 72-yard touchdown run against Miami, he became only the 12th player in official FBS records to score 60 career rushing touchdowns … rushed 11 times for 44 yards with a rushing touchdown and caught two passes for 29 yards at Georgia Tech, and on his three-yard second-quarter touchdown run, he broke placekicker Chandler Catanzaro’s school record of 404 career points from 2010-13 to become the program’s all-time leading scorer.

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 ... winner of the Davey O'Brien, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm and Manning awards ... consensus first team All-America selection (AFCA, Associated Press, The Sporting News, Walter Camp) ... also named a first-teamer by, Pro Football Focus and USA Today ... earned second team All-America recognition from CBS Sports and the FWAA ... selected as one of four Heisman Trophy finalists, joining teammate and eventual winner DeVonta Smith on the list ... also a finalist for the Maxwell and Walter Camp Player of the Year along with Smith ... named a semifinalist for the Peter Mortell Holder of the Year ... selected as the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... 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 ... also named one of the Manning Award Stars of the Week for his play against the Aggies, Ole Miss, Georgia, Auburn and LSU ... tabbed as one of the Davey O'Brien Award's Great 8 for his play against Georgia and in the Iron Bowl and was named the O'Brien's quarterback of the week after AU ... earned offensive player of the week recognition from the UA coaching staff for his play against Missouri, Texas A&M, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Auburn, LSU, Florida and Notre Dame. Missouri: Efficient in his season-opening start, going 18-of-24 for 249 yards and two scores ... found Jaylen Waddle for scoring plays of 18 and 23 yards .... averaged 13.8 yards per completion with a long connection of 46 ... named one of the Alabama coaches' offensive players of the week for his efforts against the Tigers. Texas A&M: Posted a career game on the way to SEC Offensive Player of the Week honors ... recorded a career-high 435 yards passing, the fourth-most in a single game in UA history ... completed 74.1 percent of his passes on 20-of-27 passing, including a career-best four scores ... finished with a 250.9 passer rating and averaged 21.8 yards per completion ... earned player of the week recognition from both the Manning and Maxwell awards ... also selected as one of the UA coaches' offensive players of the week. Ole Miss: Was efficient against the Rebels, going 28-of-32 for 417 yards and two touchdowns ... connected from 14 and three yards out ... his completion percentage of 87.5 was the second-high single-game total by a Tide quarterback (minimum 20 completions). Georgia: Earned numerous national accolades for his performance against the Bulldogs, including SEC Offensive Player of the Week ... recorded his third straight 400-yard passing game, throwing for 417 yards and four touchdowns in the win ... finished 24-of-32 passing, a total that included a 4-of-5 showing totaling 202 yards and two touchdowns on passes of 30-plus yards ... recorded an impressive 219.5 passer rating against the nation's top-ranked defense ... selected as an offensive player of the week by the Tide coaches for his play in the top-three matchup. Tennessee: Picked up SEC.

2nd Choice: Tyson Campbell CB


30. Buffalo Bills:

(OC, OT, OL, TE, WR, CB, OLB, Edge, NT, DB, ILB, OG,):

*Jayson Oweh- 6-3, 246, 31 1/4" Arms, (PD) 4.36-4.39! 10’6” Broad, 19 Reps, 

Edge, Penn State, #26

\The Bills hit the O-line big in free agency, addressing their biggest needs. Which means they can go a lot of way here. I chose the funniest. The DE/Edgerusher without a Sack last season. If I didn’t think it was so funny, I’d probably go Tyson Campbell, and give them the Speedster from Georgia.

Oweh can look like a force of natural in the Rush. Then suddenly run around like a chicken with his head cut off. He garnered 7 sacks in 20 games over three seasons. In 2020, he played in 7 games and garnered 28 tackles, 6.5 for loss (which is a good number) and zero sacks and INTs.

Now he did have 2 Sacks in the 2 games he played in as a freshman. And 5 Sacks in 11 games in 2019. He also had 13.5 TFLs. Which are not bad numbers. But he didn’t have a single INT in the FBS. Good stunter. He has strong hands grabbing shirt and can control the blockers. He has some pop in his hands as well. Excellent stunter inside, and can get to the QB on the other side of the OC for the Sack. They stunt him inside a lot. Better inside rusher.

"You just don't see guys (Parsons' size) run 4.39 and then when you turn on the tape, [he] disrupts at every level, [with] his ability to rush the passer," Bucky Brooks said. "He plays with strong hands. He's terrific against the run. He’s a difference maker. I think this (Proday) will be a reminder to NFL scouts that this guy deserves the big grades that some of us want to put on him."

Great job grabbing the OT 1st and controlling him as he powers forward. More of a speed to power rusher. He’s not an Arc runner. He’s not a speed rusher. He ran the arc better in 2019 than 2020. He has the speed, flash and dash, but needs some work on technique, skills, and how to take advantage of his elite athleticism. Very odd prospect. Not a typical Edgerusher. Uniquely talented.

Relentless. Strong. Plays with Power. Excellent hands. Great controlling the Interior OLs’ arms, so he can’t grab shirt. Strong side D-end that won’t allow the QB to run outside of him. He can run the arc to the QB in a 3-Man front.

He’s a fight to finish rusher. He’s a fight, hold, and keep his legs churning to the QB rusher. Wins with explosion off the snap, and power running through contact. Needs to learn to use his alleged 4.3 speed more. He doesn’t play to that speed. With that speed

Key Signings:  
Mitchell Trubisky QB

Emmanuel Sanders WR

Andre Roberts WR

Isaiah McKenzie WR

Jacob Hollister TE

Matt Breida RB

Mitch Morse OC

Ike Boettger OLG

Bobby Hart ORT

Daryl Williams ORT

Matt Milano LB

Mario Addison Edge

Vernon Butler DT

Micah Hyde SS

Levi Wallace CB

Matt Haack P

Key F.A.:  

Matt Barkley QB

Patrick DiMarco FB

Jon Feliciano OG

Trent Murphy DE

Josh Norman CB

A.J. Yeldon RB

Key Losses:

John Brown WR

Tyler Kroft TE

Ty Nsekhe OT

Quinton Jefferson IDL

he should be running the arc like Apollo, instead of fighting in the phalanx like Achilles. The more I watch him, the more he intrigues me and frustrates me. Superb athlete. You can see his Combine Numbers on the field sometimes.
All kidding aside. He has some bend. He can turn the Corner with speed, but not as consistently as you want. He has the speed to come up big in the Play Offs. The Bills have the young QB with the cannon Arm who got his first taste of the Play Offs. Now they have to beat the Chiefs to get to the Super Bowl. Oweh has the speed and explosion to run down Mahomes and any QB in the Play Offs. Bills take a chance on pure speed here. Shirt will hurt him in NFL.

Taken From The Mother Of All Mocks “Explosive athlete who has that knack for getting into the backfield and disrupting things, but couldn’t manage to garner a single sack last season. Great mover. Looks like a 1st Round pick moving forward. Dynamic and electric in rush. Risky pick. Can’t find the QB in a shopping bag…”

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2020 Season: Joined teammate Shaka Toney as the first Penn State defensive end duo to receive All-Big Ten first team honors since Courtney Brown and Brad Scioli in 1998. Made 10 tackles vs. Maryland (11/7), becoming the first Penn State defensive lineman with 10 or more tackles in a game since Yetur Gross-Matos against Indiana in 2018 (10 tackles).

2020 REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON: Earned All-Big Ten first team honors from the coaches and second team laurels from the media...Named an Associated Press All-Big Ten second team selection...Earned All-Big Ten second team recognition from Pro Football Focus...Was a Phil Steele All-Big Ten third team honoree...Named to the Pro Football Focus National Team of the Week following the Indiana (10/24) game.

Season: Appeared and started in seven games at defensive end...Made 38 tackles (4th on the team), including 20 solo stops, 6.5 tackles for loss, one pass breakup and one QB hurry...Named the coaching staff's Defensive Player of the Week vs. Indiana (10/24). At Indiana (10/24): Collected two solo tackles. Ohio State (10/31): Notched a career-high six tackles...Recorded a half-tackle for loss. Maryland (11/7): Registered a career-high 10 tackles, including five solo...Matched a career high with two tackles for loss...Became the first Penn State defensive lineman with 10 or more tackles in a game since Yetur Gross-Matos against Indiana in 2018 (10 tackles). at Nebraska (11/14): Made a team-high-tying nine tackles, including six solo...Recorded 1.5 tackles for loss. Iowa (11/21): Recorded six tackles, including three solo stops...Collected 1.5 tackles for loss. at Michigan (11/28): Recorded three tackles, including one solo...Added a pass breakup. at Rutgers (12/5): Made two tackles, including one solo...Registered one tackle for loss.

2019 REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON: Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week following the Michigan State game (10/26). Selected to the Pro Football Focus National Team of the Week second team and Big Ten Team of the Week first team following his performance at Michigan State (10/26).

Season: Appeared in 13 games, including one start...One of 18 Nittany Lions to make their first career start. Idaho (8/31): Secured two tackles, including a solo sack. Buffalo (9/7): Collected three tackles...Added a QB hurry. at Maryland (9/27): Broke up a pass. Purdue (10/5): Recorded a solo sack. Michigan (10/19): Secured a solo tackle. at Michigan State (10/26): Posted three tackles...Notched two strip-sacks, recording his first career forced fumbles...Tied career highs with two tackles for loss and two sacks...Added two QB hurries.  at Minnesota (11/9): Collected two tackles. Indiana (11/16): Recorded one tackle. at Ohio State (11/23): Matched a career high with three tackles, including two solo. Rutgers (11/30): Collected three stops. vs. Memphis (12/28): Recorded two tackles, including a solo sack.

2nd Choice: Tyson Campbell CB


27. Baltimore Ravens: from KC Chiefs:

(WR, OT, LB, Edge, DL, OC, Edge, WR, OG, FS, IDL, CB, TE, LB, IDL, OT):

Teven Jenkins- 6-5.7, 317, 33 1/2” Arms, 32.5”Vert, 8-10”Br, Swing-Tackle, OK ST, Rs-Sr #73

The Ravens make the big trade to get some more help for their developing young QB. They targeted a player of a particular position. I don’t know who they targeted. But they got a nice weapon for their QB at 27. They could go Creed Humphrey’s here, as OC is a big issue for them.

However, the best blocker on the Board is Teven Jenkins, who most think is a legit Right Tackle. Which worries me, because can they make this trade if don’t think Tyre Phillips has developed into a Stater at ORG or ORT?

Jenkins is a Beast. He has the best hands of any blocker in this Draft. Heavy hitter with his hands in Pass Pro to shove and punch rushers off their feet. He also has powerfully strong hands to grab shirt, and twist blockers sidesways to the Ground. He has a ton of pancake blocks in his career at OK ST.

The Ravens could build a run game behind him. He was a Swing Tackle at OK State. He started games at Right Tackle as a Freshman. Then was primarily an ORT, but started 8 games at Left Tackle in 2018 and 2019. Opted out of 2020. An honors candidate for 2020 ... Has an NFL frame with good athletic ability and has come into his own as a mainstay on the offensive line.

Big framed and barrel chested. Huge shoulders and powerful upper body build, which he takes advantage of by over-powering rushers up high and twisting and torquing their upper-bodies to the ground. Fun to watch. Nice quick-stepper moving backwards. Good contact agility drive blocking and moving backwards.

Key F.A. Signed:  
Robert Griffin QB

Mark Ingram RB

Gus Edwards RB

Sammy Watkins WR

Kevin Zeitler ORG

Nick Boyle TE

Calais Campbell IDL

Brandon Williams IDL

Derek Wolfe DL

Tyus Bowser Edge

Pernell McPhee Edge

Chris Board LB

Key F.A.:  

Gus Edwards RB

Jimmy Smith CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Willie Snead WR

Chris Moore WR

Matt Skura OC

Matt Judon Edge

Yannick Ngakoue Edge

Doesn’t always slide, because once he grabs shirt with hie elite hands the rush is done. So he like to set, grab shirt, and stuff the rusher. Impossible strength and power in contact moving backwards. Powerful run blocker. Puts big DLs on skates. Had more Pancakes than any other OL I watched in 2019. Relentless. Merciless. Nasty. Wants to bury the DL in the dirt on every down. Pancakes rushers in pass pro.

Great size. Naturally mean, strong and powerful. Has good arm length and solid frame. Elite moving forward. Not always grace and beauty moving backwards. But still wins with Herculean hands and the most commanding upper body strength in this Draft. Puts defenders on skates like their little brothers. Dominates physically. Funnest blocker to watch in this Draft.

CAREER: Caught at least one pass in all 31 games (fifth in school history) he played in and made 147 receptions (sixth in school history) for 2,395 yards (sixth in school history) and 19 touchdowns (fifth in school history) • recorded ten 100-yard receiving games (fourth in school history) • in 2019, totaled 301 combined receiving yards against Penn State (203 yards) and Iowa (98 yards), which was the fifth most receiving yards in consecutive games in school history • owns top two Minnesota receiving games in TCF Bank Stadium history (2019 Penn State with a stadium record 203 yards and 2019 Wisconsin with 147 yards).

2nd Choice: Creed Humphreys OC


32. Tampa Bay Buccs:

(QB, TE, DL, Edge, LB, WR, CB, DE, OT, RB, WR, OLB, WR, DB, OC, Edge, TE,):

*Assante Samuel- 5-10, 180, (PD) 4.45, CB, FLA ST

3-Cone 6.95! 10’4” Broad! 35” Vert, 12 Rep, #26

The Buccs are the Champs, and they got one more chance with Brady to get another one. They returned all their starters, and now they just need to fill a few holes to win it all again. The Top three needs on their Board (for next season;) after free Agency are CB, WR, and OLB.

Samuel is a terrific Corner, who is a little short. His position is probably more of a Nickel in the NFL. He’s a tough kid who played outside at FLA ST. He an excellent form tackler after the catch. He can lower his head knock the ball out tackling the WR. He can turn and run with anyone in Bail technique.

Good ball skills. He can play the ball in the air. He has that knack for making big plays. Likes to peek into the backfield when pedaling back. He can see the QB throw the ball, and react to the ball before the WR running the route. He is always peeking back at the QB, and makes plays with his eyes on the ball.

He can play on the QB left or right, and in the Slot. Zones the flat. He will likely play in the Slot as a rookie. I think he best position in the NFL is a Slot guy, and that is a starting position now a days. Elite feet. Great speed to run 3/4ering and make plays on the ball. Smart like his Dad in coverage. Not the biggest, but might be the best playing the ball in the air.

He has some twitch hopping back in coverage. Easy hips flowing to either side effortlessly. Physical and tough. Good anticipating routes. Sticky and tough to create separation when he is locked on. Excellent technique. Can snap hips outside, likes to grab arm with inside hand, and can turn and run with anyone.

One of the best CBs in this Draft, but his size will drop him. Built like a Nickel Corner, like his father. His Dad was 5-10, but ran a slower Forty (4.49).

Key Signings:  
Tom Brady QB

Rob Gronkowski TE

Chris Godwin WR

Donovan Smith OLT

Leonard Fournette RB

Giovani Bernard RB

Ndamukong Suh DT

Shaq Barrett DE/OLB

Rakeem Nunez-Roches DE

Lavonte David LB

Kevin Minter LB

Ryan Succop K

Key F.A.:  

Kendell Beckwith, LB

Justin Evans, S

Blaine Gabbert QB

Antonio Brown WR

Ryan Griffin, QB

Key Losses:

Antony Auclair TE

Joe Haeg ORG

Ryan Smith CB

Junior (2020): Started all eight games in which he appeared and recorded 31 tackles, including 1.0 for loss, three interceptions, six pass breakups, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries…first-team All-ACC selection…third Seminole since 2000 with at least three interceptions and two fumble recoveries in a season…ranked third in ACC and 12th nationally in fumble recoveries and ranked fourth in ACC in interceptions…was second FBS player since 2000, and first since 2003, to have three interceptions and two fumble recoveries in team’s first four games…grabbed career-high two interceptions and also had six tackles and two pass breakups in season opener vs. Georgia Tech…earned ACC Defensive Back of the Week honors for his performance…recorded career-high nine tackles and one interception in 41-24 win vs. Jacksonville State…made two solo tackles and recovered one fumble at No. 12 Miami…recorded four solo tackles, one fumble recovery and one pass breakup at No. 5 Notre Dame…registered five tackles and two pass breakups in 31-28 victory vs. No. 5 North Carolina…made one solo stop at Louisville…recorded three solo tackles, 1.0 for loss, one forced fumble and one pass breakup vs. Pitt…made one tackle at North Carolina State.

2019: Started all 12 games in which he has appeared and recorded 48 tackles, including 1.0 for loss, one interception and 14 pass breakups…third-team All-ACC…pass breakups total led ACC and tied for eighth in NCAA…only Power 5 defender with 14 pass breakups and more than 45 tackles…recorded career-high eight tackles and first career interception at No. 25 Virginia…tied career-best tackles total and added one pass breakup at No. 2 Clemson…opened season with three tackles and one pass breakup vs. Boise State…had solo stop and two pass breakups in 45-44 win vs. ULM…made two solo tackles in 35-24 victory vs. Louisville…recorded six tackles and two pass breakups in 31-13 win vs. North Carolina State…registered four solo tackles and two pass breakups at Wake Forest…made three tackles and one pass breakup in 35-17 win vs. Syracuse…recorded five tackles, including 1.0 for loss, and one pass breakup vs. Miami…made five tackles in 38-31 victory at Boston College…registered two solo tackles and two pass breakups at No. 8 Florida…recorded one solo tackle and two pass breakups in Sun Bowl vs. Arizona State.

2018: Appeared in all 12 games and started three of final four games…recorded 17 tackles, including 1.0 for loss, and nine pass breakups…pass breakups total led Seminoles and tied for third among ACC freshmen…five pass breakups against ranked opponents were most among ACC freshmen and tied for fourth overall in conference…made season-high four tackles at North Carolina State in first career start…registered season-best three pass breakups and had one solo tackle vs. No. 2 Clemson…made one solo tackle in 36-26 win vs. Samford…had two tackles at Syracuse…credited with one pass breakup in 37-19 win vs. Northern Illinois…had solo tackle in 28-24 victory at Louisville…recorded two solo tackles and one pass breakup at No. 17 Miami…registered two pass breakups and one solo tackle in 38-17 win vs. Wake Forest…had one pass breakup at No. 3 Notre Dame…made three tackles, 1.0 for loss, in 22-21 victory vs. No. 22 Boston College…ended season with two solo tackles and one pass breakup vs. No. 13 Florida.

e (Nov. 30).

2nd Choice: Davis Mills QB


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