NFL Draft 2021 Picks Tracker by Team: Results + Grades (Live)

After months of mock drafts and predictions on where these prospects will go, the draft night is finally here. We are looking at a star-studded offensive group that will be making an impact in 2021, but don’t sleep on some of these defensive players. Each pick will be updated below with a grade and result for the first three rounds and then updated over the weekend until completed. Tune in here for up to the minute coverage on who was drafted.

Draft Results: Picks By Team & Round + Grades & Analysis

11JAXTrevor LawrenceQBClemsonA+We knew this was going to be the pick for years. Trevor Lawrence is an accurate and polished quarterback already. He is coming off a strong college career and is expected to be a franchise quarterback for the next 15 years.
12NYJZach WilsonQBBYUAThere will be a few who like Justin Fields or Trey Lance more than Wilson, but Wilson has a lot to offer. He can make the unorthodox throws and has great footwork. The accuracy and strength is also there. Landing in NY is a better spot now that Adam Gase is gone.
13SFOTrey LanceQBNorth Dakota St.AThe 49ers might have had a huge smoke screen as they pass on Mac Jones and take Trey Lance. The former NDSU QB has mobility and a power arm. With SF's weapons and coaching, this is a great fit. Given the trade package they gave up, Lance is going to be worth it just based on the ceiling.
14ATLKyle PittsTEFloridaB+Atlanta was in love with Kyle Pitts all offseason and they landed their man. They also passed on trading up. He is an elite tight end prospect who can be the next Travis Kelce. He falls to a good team that can move the ball, especially with Arthur Smith coming in. He could skip the usual year one tight end production limitations.
15CINJa'Marr ChaseWRLSUA+Chase will link back up with his college quarterback. The Bengals get a true WR1 for Burrow. Chase has elite hands and is also a guy who can make plays at all levels of the field.
16MIAJaylen WaddleWRAlabamaBMiami passes on Penei Sewell here, where they will be hoping they can address the line a bit later on. Instead they link up with Jaylen Waddle, who played with Tua at Alabama. So once again we have a former college duo now in the NFL. Waddle is high end wideout who will help Miami in various ways.
17DETPenei SewellOLOregonA+Detroit might not have been expecting Penei Sewell, but after Miami and Cincinnati passed, they snagged one of the best offensive lineman prospects of all-time. Detroit had plenty of needs, but establishing a core for the future was important and Sewell was a great pick.
18CARJaycee HornDBSouth CarolinaC+This was where we saw a real shock, as Carolina took Jaycee Horn, who wasn't expected to go until mid to late first round. Carolina apparently liked the aggressive and pressing style that he brings. Hard to call out Carolina when they have been money with their defensive picks of late.
19DENPatrick Surtain IIDBAlabamaB-While I think Patrick Surtain is a top corner in the draft, it wasn't a clear need for Denver. Justin Fields and Micah Parsons were still on the board, and sticking with Lock/Bridgewater over Fields could be a very big blunder. Denver is a team that has a good core, it's just Fields would have taken it to the next level while Surtain doesn't move the needle.
110PHIDeVonta SmithWRAlabamaAThe Eagles traded up with a division rival to get Devonta Smith, who is the third receiver off the board. Smith gives the Eagles a much-needed playmaker, given their receiver core is very bland.
111CHIJustin FieldsQBOhio St.A+Chicago did not make the same mistake as the last few drafts, as they made a terrific decision to trade up and get Justin Fields. After constantly missing on their franchise quarterback, this could finally be the one. The offense will get an upgrade from Day 1.
112DALMicah ParsonsLBPenn St.ADallas saw two cornerbacks go ahead of them, which was likely going to be their pick. Instead they traded back and took the best defensive prospect on the board. Parsons will give them a much needed playmaker on the defensive side.
113LACRashawn SlaterOLNorthwesternAThis was a chalky pick for a lot of mock drafts, and as expected Rashawn Slater fell to the Chargers. He is a top tackle prospect who will start day one and after all the offseason moves to address the offensive line, Justin Herbert will be well protected.
114NYJAlijah Vera-TuckerOLUSCAThe Jets made a terrific move to trade up and grab the versatile lineman out of USC. Alijah Vera-Tucker can play various positions on the line but he will be best used as a guard. He will fit perfectly if Salah carries over a similar scheme for the run game.
115NWEMac JonesQBAlabamaCMac Jones might be viewed as the guy in New England, but for me he was a late first or second round quarterback at best. However, there was no guarantee he'd be there by the time the Patriots next pick. The upside is capped for him, but New England could make it work.
116ARIZaven CollinsLBTulsaB+This was a bit of a shocker but Zaven Collins is a very good linebacker who will help the Cardinals offense. Arizona lost Reddick this offseason and Collins comes in to fill that hole. Sure it is a little high, but I like it for Arizona.
117LVRAlex LeatherwoodOLAlabamaC+Las Vegas definitely needed help at offensive line, but they went ahead and drafted Alex Leatherwood ahead of Christian Darrisaw. This is what keeps it from moving into the B range. Like Leatherwood, but there was a better option on the table.
118MIAJaelan PhillipsDLMiami (FL)BWhen you have plenty of draft capital, you can take chances on someone who has immense upside. That is what Miami did with Jaelan Phillips. He has a lot of potential, but an injury history that could keep him from reaching it.
119WASJamin DavisLBKentuckyA-Washington adds another quality and NFL ready player to their defense, which is already excellent. Davis is one of the top linebackers in the draft, and Washington made that pick to get their guy.
120NYGKadarius ToneyWRFloridaC+At first I was a bit harsh on this pick because it wasn't the player the Giants needed and also the team Toney did not need. But after some thought, the Giants took a special player when it comes to athleticism and I like taking that chance to turn him into something special. Its just I have little faith in New York doing so.
121INDKwity PayeDLMichiganB+There were two glaring needs for the Colts and one was an EDGE player and th eother was a tackle. They passed on Darrisaw to take Kwity Paye, who has a very high ceiling but needs some development. Indy will look to try and get their pass rusher for the future here.
122TENCaleb FarleyDBVirginia TechA-Caleb Farley was widely viewed as CB1 or CB2 in this draft based on talent but his injury history is a big concern. At 22 though, Titans took the risk and I am all for it given their secondary needs a shutdown corner badly.
123MINChristian DarrisawOLVirginia TechA+Minnesota was able to trade back and still get the guy they were going to draft at 14. Tremendous mvoe for them to acquire a major need and then more draft capital which they could use to trade up.
124PITNajee HarrisRBAlabamaC+I would have gone offensive line here first and dealt with running back later. They needed a true back, and Harris certainly is that, but we gotta hope Pittsburgh is able to land offensive line players later on.
125JAXTravis EtienneRBClemsonDThis pick makes zero sense for me, especially after Urban Meyer said he plans on using Travis Etienne as a third-down back. Using the 25th overall pick on a third-down back is just a boneheaded move.
126CLEGreg Newsome IIDBNorthwesternA-This wasn't the spot I expected Greg Newsome to land, but Cleveland gets a great corner to add to a loaded secondary. Good luck passing against this group next season.
127BALRashod BatemanWRMinnesotaARashod Bateman is exactly what the Ravens needed. Bateman is an above average route runner and also is a strong possession receiver who can move after the catch. The offense just got scarier.
128NORPayton TurnerDEHoustonBThe Saints had a few needs and addressed one with Payton Turner, who will enjoy playing on the opposite side of Cameron Jordan. Turner is one of the solid EDGE players in this draft.
129GNBEric StokesDBGeorgiaCI am lower on Eric Stokes than most. Another corner was a need so this wasn't the issue, but I just like Tyson Campbell and Asante Samuel Jr more.
130BUFGregory RousseauDLMiami (FL)B+Here is hoping the Bills can get the most out of an EDGE player that was considered at one point to be a top-15 pick. Buffalo desperately needs a playmaking player and Rousseau could bring that.
131BALJayson OwehDEPenn St.BBaltimore passed on multiple tackles here which scares me a little but they took the athletic freak out of Penn State in hopes they can do what they usually do, which is turn them into an elite outside player. Oweh has all the athleticism to get to that mark, and Baltimore is the team to get him there.
132TAMJoe TryonOLBWashingtonCJoe Tyron feels like a big reach here, but hard to argue with the Bucs who have drafted well defensively. Tampa is essentially adding depth here so not much to argue about.
233JAXTyson CampbellDBGeorgiaB+Jacksonville grabs one of the tier 2 cornerbacks in this draft, in Tyson Campbell. It is a nice depth piece and helps a secondary that they have revamped. However, I thought safety was a bigger need.
234NYJElijah MooreWRMississippiAWow! Not the landing spot I was expecting and while Moore will be behind a few names, the Jets are making sure they have weapons for Zach Wilson
235DENJavonte WilliamsRBNorth CarolinaC+Denver trades up to get Javonte Williams. He is considered to be in the top-three for backs, but this wasn't a clear need for Denver, especially trading up.
236MIAJevon HollandSAFOregonBMiami might have had Williams sniped but they bounce back with Jevon Holland, who is a versatile secondary player who will fit right into this defense.
237PHILandon DickersonOLAlabamaAPhiladelphia desperately needed some help on the offensive line, and taking the best center in the draft is a decent move here.
238NWEChristian BarmoreDLAlabamaB-The Patriots trading up for a defensive lineman is pretty on brand. Barmore is the best option at the position, but not sure it was the best use of the pick.
239CHITeven JenkinsOLOklahoma St.A+Chicago is having the best draft so far after trading up with Carolina to take a tackle that I projected to be off the board 15 picks ago. This is a great move for the Bears to beef up the offensive line for Fields.
240ATLRichie GrantDBCentral FloridaB-Interesting name here at safety, as Moehrig is still on the board. Atlanta definitely needed safety help and it appears Richie Grant is their guy.
241DETLevi OnwuzurikeDLWashingtonCThere were far better options on the board here, like JOK who could have added to the defense and make more of an impact. While they do need to address the interior line, this was a major reach.
242MIALiam EichenbergOLNotre DameB+Liam Eichenberg was one of the many tackles in the draft for day 2, and the Dolphins got the guys they wanted and waited
243LVRTrevon MoehrigSAFTCUANot sure why Trevon Moehrig slid here, but the Raiders move up to take him to bolster a secondary that needs a ton of help. He was my favorite safety so this is a solid value for the Raiders in the second.
244DALKelvin JosephDBKentuckyB-This satisfies a need at corner, which was where they were going to go in round one. Joseph was a day 2 or 3 type player but I prefer Asante Samuel Jr. just a bit more. Overall Dallas needed help on defense and they are adding to it.
245JAXWalker LittleOTStanfordAI love this pick for Jacksonville. Walker Little has the tools and size to be an above average offensive tackle but we have not seen him play for a while. The Jaguars take a chance here that's well worth it.
246CINJackson CarmanOTClemsonBThere has been a massive tackle run as expected and the downside is that they traded back and could have taken Tevin Jenkins or Walker Little, who are better prospects. Either way, Carman is solid enough to help.
247LACAsante Samuel Jr.DBFlorida St.AI am a big fan of Asante Samuel Jr and he will bring a physical and playmaking defensive back to the team that needed to replenish their cornerbacks. I did not expect him to be here at this point, so this is a steal.
248SFOAaron BanksOLNotre DameC+It is never a bad thing to add offensive line and the 49ers will get someone who can move at a decent rate for their size. You could have made a case for a secondary player, this still does address a need.
249ARIRondale MooreWRPurdueB-I am not a huge Rondale Moore fan, but I did believe Arizona needed another pass-catching option. Moore is a speedy and smaller wideout who could slide right into this offense and be a weapon.
250NYGAzeez OjulariOLBGeorgiaBWhile a bit undersized, the Giants get a speedy guy who can play off the edge and help out a much needed pass rush in New York.
251WASSamuel CosmiOLTexasB+Another tackle off the board and Washington needed to add to the line here. Cosmi is a solid option who is going to be able to chip at time this season but should be more depth in year one.
252CLEJeremiah Owusu-KoramoahLBNotre DameA+The Browns defense adds another weapon and the JOK slide was an odd one. They get a potential first round player here at 52 and added into this defense, he will be scary.
253TENDillon RadunzOTNorth Dakota St.B-Tennessee needed to add to their offensive line and he is an athletic lineman who can do excellent in a zone scheme. He needs to add some strength but has great tools to be an above average lineman.
254INDDayo OdeyingboDLVanderbiltDWith no third round pick and still a glaring need at tackle, this pick was already an odd one. Add in that Dayo Odeyingbo is coming off an Achilles tear in January, this makes the pick even worse.
255PITPat FreiermuthTEPenn St.D+With the offensive line in the shape that it is in and several pass catchers already on the team, this is another one that makes zero sense to me. Friermuth is a solid player but 55th overall pick for how the Steelers will use him is a disappointing landing spot.
256SEAD'Wayne EskridgeWRWest. MichiganAWith not much behind Metcalf and Lockett, D'Wayne Eskridge fits what Seattle likes at the position. He is a quality route runner who can play in the slot and is very fast after the catch. Great add to the offense here.
257LARTutu AtwellWRLouisvilleC+This doesn't scream confidence in Van Jefferson if the Rams are taking another slot guy over other needs like linebacker and offensive line. Atwell had a lot of college production and is dangerous off the catch, but there were other needs here for the Rams.
258KCNick BoltonLBMissouriBNick Bolton is a solid linebacker who seemingly always makes the right reads. He has solid range and also has some upside as a pass-rusher. I like this add for the Chiefs.
259CARTerrace Marshall Jr.WRLSUAWhile wide receiver wasn't a need, not sure how many teams were passing on Terrace Marshall here. Marshall reunites with Brady and now it all comes down to Sam Darnold.
260NORPete WernerLBOhio St.BNew Orleans continues to add to the defensive side and get a solid run-stopper.
261BUFCarlos Basham Jr.DLWake ForestB+Buffalo is really looking to add to the defensive side, especially with the pass rush. They are getting a player who posted big numbers in college in hopes that it translates to the NFL.
262GNBJosh MyersCOhio St.CJosh Myers will get after it but overall he has some things to fix, especially when it comes to pad level. I thought Creed Humphrey was a better pick here, who ends up going next.
263KCCreed HumphreyOLOklahomaBCreed Humphrey is a very effective zone blocker who will do well in Kansas City. He can get to the next level with no problem and overall was the second best center in the class.
264TAMKyle TraskQBFloridaCThere was a chance Tampa took a quarterback here to sit under Brady. Trask is a big pocket passer, yet doesn't have the arm strength to put him in the next tier.
365JAXAndre CiscoDBSyracuseAThis is a great add at a position they needed to fill. Andre Cisco is an underrated safety in this class and they were able to nab him after a few players went.
366MINKellen MondQBTexas A&MBMinnesota loaded up on third round picks and were able to afford to take a possible quarterback of the future. Mond is mobile and pretty much the opposite of Kirk Cousins. I like the potential and them giving the team options with the next few quarterback classes looking meh.
367HOUDavis MillsQBStanfordCI wonder if Kellen Mond was going to be the pick here, but instead Houston has drafted a potential starting quarterback given the Watson saga.
368ATLJalen MayfieldOLMichiganBGiven the tackles on the board, Atlanta has a potential starter in the future. He has the tools but needs to improve in a few areas before he is a full-time option. I like the upside here.
369CINJoseph OssaiLBTexasBJoseph Ossai is another one of those project edge rushers and since Cincinnati had bigger needs, they take an edge here and one that has flashed big upside.
370CARBrady ChristensenOLBYUA-Carolina has turned the draft around and grabbed the true best options available. I like the addition to their line this late and Brady Cristensen looks like a plus for pass blocking.
371NYGAaron RobinsonDBCentral FloridaB-The Giants secondary gets a bit deeper here by adding Aaron Robinson. While he needs some work, depth at the corner position isn't the worst thing in the world.
372DETAlim McNeillDTNorth Carolina St.BDetroit clearly has a style of player they are after and they want a big physical presence on the defensive side. This is a great add to a team that ranked bottom five against the run.
373PHIMilton WilliamsDLLouisiana TechC+Philadelphia is beginning to sure up some depth in a few positions they will be losing guys to over the next year or two. Milton Williams ranked as a top-five interior lineman.
374WASBenjamin St-JusteDBMinnesotaC+Washington just keeps on adding to an already talented defense and give the secondary another body for depth.
375DALOsa OdighizuwaDLUCLACAfter struggling with their defensive line the last few years, Jerry Jones is looking to change that with this latest pick.
376NORPaulson AdeboCBStanfordB+Paulson Adebo was a corner that stood out for a Day 2 team and I like the landing spot with New Orleans. They needed a corner and passed on a few guys but addressed with solid value.
377LACJosh PalmerWRTennesseeB+I was a bit surprised to see Josh Palmer go ahead of names like Dyami Brown and Amari Rodgers, but can't argue with the need here for the Chargers. He is a deep threat with Mike Williams future not certain.
378MINChazz SurrattLBNorth CarolinaB-Minnesota has an abundance of picks in this range and I like the addition of Chazz Surratt to a linebacker core that has been shrinking over the last few years.
379LVRMalcolm KoonceDEBuffaloCThe Raiders just continue to have a habit of reaching a full round ahead of where they could get guys. Koonce is a hard-worker and is what Gruden likes, but the draft value continues to tank.
380LVRDivine DeabloDBVirginia TechCI think Divine Deablo is going to be a solid cornerback but once again they could have gotten him later on.
381MIAHunter LongTEBoston Col.CThis is an intersting add given Mike Gesicki is on the roster but Hunter Long is a complete tight end who can be reliable in pass catching but also is an above average run blocker.
382WASDyami BrownWRNorth CarolinaAFor a team that didn't have many weapons last season they have certainly changed that. This is an absolute steal this late in the draft.
383CARTommy TrembleTENotre DameB-Carolina had a need to grab a tight end and decided to go with Tommy Treble, who comes out of a tight end factory in Notre Dame. He won't be a featured player but is an upgrade.
384DALChauncey GolstonDLIowaC+Dallas continues to add to the defensive line, which is fine, but there are a handful of offensive lineman they could have had instead for depth.
385GNBAmari RodgersWRClemsonB+The Packers trade up and grab Amari Rodgers, who could instantly jump into a full time slot role. I love this addition.
386MINWyatt DavisOLOhio St.AWyatt Davis makes a lot of sense here for Minnesota who continue to bolster their offensive line, which was much needed.
387PITKendrick GreenOLIllinoisBFinally the Steelers add an offensive lineman but the problem is they still needed more. However, solid value on Kendrick Green here.
388SFOTrey SermonRBOhio St.B+There isn't a better landing spot than SF to succeed as a running back. Trey Sermon is underrated and should get work in Week 1.
389HOUNico CollinsWRMichiganANico Collins was a standout Day 2 wide receiver and Houston needs all the weapons they can get to try and build this offense back up. Great add here.
390MINPatrick Jones IIDLPittsburghA-Patrick Jones was a value lineman and fell to the right place. Minnesota has a solid track record of developing them and Jones is very talented.
391CLEAnthony SchwartzWRAuburnB+Cleveland continues to have an excellent draft and they get a burner here who can be a home run threat in this offense.
392TENMonty RiceLBGeorgiaC+Tennessee continues to neglect the glaring need for another wide receiver or tight end. I would be more fine with this pick if it was another secondary player.
393BUFSpencer BrownOLNorthern IowaB+Buffalo isn't having a flashy draft but they continue to add nice pieces to hopefully get them to another level collectively.
394BALBen ClevelandOLGeorgiaC-I am not in love with the Ben Cleveland pick because they have had other chances to address the line and take far better prospects.
395TAMRobert HainseyOLNotre DameC+Tampa continues to add depth pieces, but none are really that intriguing.
396NWERonnie PerkinsDEOklahomaB+This is a solid grab late in the draft. The Patriots have been adding to the front seven all offseason and this is another piece.
397LACTre' McKittyTEGeorgiaBThis pick is likely to be more of a help when it comes to run blocking in the short term, which isn't a bad thing.
398DENQuinn MeinerzCWisconsin–WhitewaterCAnother depth piece at center who could turn into a future starter.
399DALNahshon WrightDBOregon St.C+Dallas continues to add some lesser players on the defensive side in hopes that one or two can turn out to be starters. Wright does stand a good chance to do that though.
3100TENElijah MoldenDBWashingtonAGreat value here for Elijah Molden, who is a playmaker and a much needed one for the Titans secondary.
3101DETIfeatu MelifonwuDBSyracuseB+Another physical player for the Lions and this coaching staff that is obviously trying to establish a hard-nosed culture here. I like this add quite a bit.
3102SFOAmbry ThomasDBMichiganB-San Francisco desperately need to add to the secondary in terms of depth so I don't mind this pick here.
3103LARErnest JonesLBSouth CarolinaB-The Rams have not been able to replace a few linebackers that have left over the last few years. They grab the best option here.
3104BALBrandon StephensCBSMUC+This is certainly a Ravens pick as they have eyed Brandon Stephens as a hard-nosed cornerback.
3105DENBaron BrowningLBOhio St.BBaron Browning is athletic and has plenty of upside. He is among the few Buckeye linebackers who could evolve into everyday linebackers.
4106JAXJay TufeleDLUSCC+
4107NYJMichael CarterRBNorth CarolinaA-
4108ATLDarren HallCBSan Diego St.B
4109TENDez FitzpatrickWRLouisvilleB-
4110CLEJames HudsonOLCincinnatiA
4111CINCameron SampleDETulaneC+
4112DETAmon-Ra St. BrownWRUSCB
4113DETDerrick BarnesDEPurdueB
4114ATLDrew DalmanCStanfordB+
4115DALJabril CoxLBLSUA
4116NYGElerson G. SmithDLNorthern IowaB+
4117LARBobby Brown IIIDLTexas A&MA+
4118LACChris Rumph IIDEDukeB
4119MINKene NwangwuRBIowa StateD
4120NWERhamondre StevensonRBOklahomaC
4121JAXJordan SmithOLBUABB
4122CINTyler ShelvinDTLSUA+
4123PHIZech McPhearsonDBTexas TechC
4124WASJohn BatesTEBoise StateC+
4125MINCamryn BynumCBCaliforniaB+
4126CARChuba HubbardRBOklahoma St.B
4127INDKylen GransonTESMUC+
4128PITDan Moore Jr.OLTexas A&MA
4129TAMJaelon DardenWRNorth TexasC
4130LARRobert RochellDBCentral ArkansasB-
4131BALTylan WallaceWROklahoma St.A
4132CLETommy TogiaiDTOhio St.B+
4133NORIan BookQBNotre DameF
4134MINJanarius RobinsonDEFlorida St.A-
4135TENRashad WeaverDLPittsburghB+
4136ARIMarco WilsonCBFloridaB-
4137SEATre BrownCBOklahomaB+
4138DALJosh BallOLMarshallB
4139CIND'Ante SmithOTEastern CarolinaB-
4140PITBuddy JohnsonLBTexas A&MC
4141LARJacob HarrisWRUCFD+
4142GNBRoyce NewmanGMississippiA
4143LVRTyree GillespieSAFMissouriC+
4144KCJoshua KaindohDEFlorida St.C
5145JAXLuke FarrellTEOhio St.C
5146NYJJamien SherwoodDBAuburnC+
5147HOUBrevin JordanTEMiami (FL)B+
5148ATLTa'Quon GrahamDLTexasB
5149CINEvan McPhersonKFloridaC+
5150PHIKenneth GainwellRBMemphisB
5151CHILarry BoromOLMissouriC+
5152DENCaden SternsDBTexasB
5153CLETony Fields IILBWest VirginiaC+
5154NYJMichael Carter IISAFDukeC
5155SFOJaylon MooreOTWestern MichiganC-
5156PITIsaiahh LoudermilkDEWisconsinC+
5157MINIhmir Smith-MarsetteWRIowaC-
5158CARDaviyon NixonDTIowaB+
5159LACBrenden JaimesOLNebraskaA
5160BALShaun WadeCBOhio St.C+
5161BUFTommy DoyleOLMiami (OH)C+
5162KCNoah GrayTEDukeA-
5163WASDarrick ForrestSCincinnatiB
5164DENJamar JohnsonDBIndianaA+
5165INDShawn DavisDBFloridaC
5166CARKeith TaylorDBWashingtonB-
5167LVRNate HobbsCBIllinoisC
5168MINZach DavidsonTECentral MissouriC
5169CLERichard LeCounteDBGeorgiaB
5170HOUGarret WallowLBTCUC+
5171BALDaelin HayesDLNotre DameB
5172SFODeommodore LenoirCBOregonD+
5173GNBTedarrell SlatonDLFloridaC-
5174LAREarnest Brown IVDENorthwesternC+
5175NYJJason PinnockCBPittsburghB
5176TAMK.J. BrittLBAuburnB+
5177NWECameron McGroneLBMichiganC+
5178GNBShemar Jean-CharlesDBApp StateC+
5179DALSimi FehokoWRStanfordB-
5180SFOTalanoa HufangaSUSCC+
5181KCCornell PowellWRClemsonB+
5182ATLAdetokunbo OgundejiDLNotre DameB+
5183ATLAvery WilliamsCBBoise St.B
5184BALBen MasonFBMichiganC+
6185LACNick NiemannLBIowaC+
6186NYJHamsah NasirildeenDBFlorida St.B-
6187ATLFrank DarbyWRArizona St.B
6188NWEJoshuah BledsoeSMissouriC
6189PHIMarlon TuipulotuDLUSCD
6190CINTrey HillOLGeorgiaC
6191PHITarron JacksonDECoastal CarolinaB-
6192DALQuinton BohannaDLKentuckyC+
6193CARDeonte BrownOLAlabamaB-
6194SFOElijah MitchellRBLaffayetteC
6195HOURoy LopezDLArizona St.C
6196NYGGary BrightwellRBArizonaB-
6197NWEWilliam ShermanOLColoradoC
6198LACLarry RountreeRBMissouriC
6199MINJaylen TwymanDLPittsburghB
6200NYJBrandin EcholsCBKentuckyB-
6201NYGRodarius WilliamsCBOklahoma StateB+
6202CINChris EvansRBMichiganC+
6203BUFMarquez StevensonWRHoustonA-
6204CARShi SmithWRSouth CarolinaB-
6205TENRacey McMathWRLSUC
6206NORLandon YoungOLKentuckyC+
6207NYJJonathan MarshallDLArkansasB-
6208CHIStone ForsytheOLFloridaB
6209JAXJalen CampWRGeorgia TechC+
6210ARIVictor DimukejeDLDukeC
6211CLEDemetric FeltonRBUCLAC+
6212BUFDamar HamlinSPittsburghA
6213BUFRachad WildgooseCBWisconsinB
6214GNBCole Van LanenOLWsiconsinB
6215TENBrady BreezeSOregonB-
6216PITQuincy RocheDLMiami (FL)C
6217CHIKhalil HerbertRBVirginia TechD+
6218INDSam EhlingerQBTexasA
6219DENSeth WilliamsWRAuburnC+
6220GNBIsaiah McDuffieLBBoston Col.C
6221CHIDazz NewsomeWRNorth CarolinaC
6222CARThomas FletcherLSAlabamaC+
6223ARITay GowanDBCentral FloridaB+
6224PHIJaCoby StevensSLSUB
6225WASCamaron CheesemanLSMichiganC+
6226KANTrey SmithOLTennesseeB
6227DALIsrael MukuamuDBSouth CarolinaC+
6228CHIThomas Graham Jr.CBOregonB
7229INDMike StrachanWRCharlstonC+
7230LVRJimmy MorrisseyOLPittsburghC
7231MIALarnel ColemanOTUMassC-
7232CARPhil HoskinsDTKentuckyC+
7233LARJake FunkRBMarylandC-
7234PHIPatrick JohnsonDETulaneB+
7235CINWyatt HubertDEKansas St.A
7236BUFJack AndersonOLTexas TechC+
7237DENKary Vincent Jr.CBLSUC+
7238DALMatt FarniokGNebraskaA-
7239DENJonathon CooperDEOhio St.B
7240WASWilliam Bradley-KingOLBBaylorA+
7241LACMark WebbDBGeorgiaC
7242NWETre NixonWRCentral FloridaB-
7243ARIJames WigginsSCincinnatiB-
7244MIAGerrid DoaksRBCincinnatiC
7245PITTre NorwoodDBOklahomaC
7246WASShaka ToneyDEPenn St.B
7247ARIMichal MenetOLPenn St.C+
7248INDWill FriesOLPenn St.B
7249LARBen SkowronekWRNotre DameD+
7250CHIKhyiris TongaDLBYUC-
7251TAMChris WilcoxDBBYUC+
7252LARChris GarrettDECONCSPB
7253DENMarquiss SpencerDEMississippi St.B+
7254PITPressley Harvin IIIPGeorgia TechC+
7255NORKawaan BakerWRSouth AlabamaC+
7256GNBKylin HillRBMississippi St.B-
7257DETJermar JeffersonRBOregon St.C+
7258WASDax MilneWRBYUB+
7259TAMGrant StuardLBHoustonC

Day 1 Headlines & Notes

  • San Francisco 49ers opt to go Trey Lance over what now seems to be a massive smokescreen. Mac Jones was a heavy favorite but the 49ers made the correct call here going with the upside of Lance.
  • Ja’Marr Chase will link back up with Joe Burrow and give the Bengals a true WR1. They should be looking to add offensive line help later in the draft now.
  • Miami passes on Devonta Smith and Penei Sewell and draft Jaylen Waddle. Sewell lands in Detroit, which was not a spot many had him going as the Bengals and Dolphins were the most projected.
  • Carolina and Denver both grab cornerbacks with Justin Fields still on the table. This is very surprising given both teams do not likely have their franchise quarterback on the roster.
  • Justin Fields lasts till 11 before Chicago trades up with the Giants to get him. Chicago is hoping this time they have found their franchise quarterback.
  • New England ends up not needing to move up and Mac Jones falls to them at 15.
  • The Giants make a surprising move and take Kadarius Toney, the uber-athletic wideout out of Florida. Can New York utilize and develop him, that is the big question.
  • Tennessee takes the risk on Caleb Farley, who has had back and ACL surgeries over the last few seasons. The upside is there if he can stay healthy and the Titans desperately needed a corner.
  • Minnesota makes a terrific move to trade back from 14 to 23 to get Christian Darrisaw, who was a top-three tackle in the draft. Minnesota was going to draft him at 14 anyway.
  • Najee Harris and Travis Etienne make for two of the worst picks in the first round. Pittsburgh needed offensive line more and the Jaguars have spent the 25th overall pick on someone they plan to use as a third-down back.

Day 2 Headlines & Notes

  • Elijah Moore lands with the Jets and Javonte Williams heads to Denver. Two big-name skill position players might be limited next year and break out in 2022.
  • Chicago trades up to take Tevin Jenkins in another steal move and gives the Bears much-needed help.
  • The Chargers get an absolute steal in Asante Samuel, which addresses another need.
  • Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah slides all the way to 52 for Cleveland, who are having a top-five draft at this point. Terrace Marshall also slides to 59 as Carolina bulks up their receiving core. 
  • Tampa Bay and Minnesota both draft possible future quarterbacks as Kyle Trask stays in-state and Kellen Mond heads to Minnesota. Davis Mills also heads to Houston.
  • Josh Palmer, Dyami Brown, and Amari Rodgers all go in round three, which was somewhat of a slide for some given there were far needier teams for wide receivers in the mix.
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