Draft Order NFL: 2021 NFL Draft Order: Round 2: 33. Jacksonville Jaguars: 1-15-0, 34. New York Jets: 2-14-0, 35. Atlanta Falcons: 4-12-0, 36. Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans): 4-12-0, 37. Philadelphia Eagles: 4-11-1, 38. Cincinnati Bengals: 4-11-1, 39. Carolina Panthers: 5-11-0, 40. Denver Broncos: 5-11-0, 41. Detroit Lions: 5-11-0, 42. New York Giants: 6-10-0, 43. San Francisco 49ers: 6-10-0, 44. Dallas Cowboys: 6-10-0, 45. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota Vikings): 7-9-0, 46. New England Patriots: 7-9-0, 47. Los Angeles Chargers: 7-9-0, 48. Las Vegas Raiders: 8-8-0, 49. Arizona Cardinals: 8-8-0, 50. Miami Dolphins: 10-6-0, 51. Washington Football Team: 7-9-0, 52. Chicago Bears: 8-8-0, 53. Tennessee Titans: 11-5-0, 54. Indianapolis Colts: 11-5-0, 55. Pittsburgh Steelers: 12-4-0, 56. Seattle Seahawks: 12-4-0, 57. Los Angeles Rams: 10-6-0, 58. Kansas City Chiefs (from Baltimore Ravens): 11-5-0, 59. Cleveland Browns: 11-5-0, 60. New Orleans Saints: 12-4-0, 61. Buffalo Bills: 13-3-0, 62. Green Bay Packers: 13-3-0, 63. Kansas City Chiefs: 14-2-0, 64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 11-5-0

2021 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock 7 Rounds

Round 2

Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Last Updated: April 29, 2021.

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevon Moehrig, SS, TCU

    Jacksonville needs to address defense after getting Trevor Lawrence and a blindside in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Getting two starting safeties at both strong safety and free safety is a must. A corner to start next to C.J. Henderson is also needed. K'Lavon Chaisson got his only sack of the year in week 2 so if he's going to play defensive end across from Josh Allen next season, then a 4-3 left outside linebacker will be needed at some point. Perhaps even a body to push Davon Hamilton for the starting defensive tackle job could be something to consider as well.

    The 6-2 208 lb Trevon Moehrig was voted the top safety in College Football by Pro Football Focus in 2019 when he had 43 solo tackles, 19 assisted tackles, 62 total tackles, 11 deflections from pass breakups, 4 interceptions, and 2 forced fumbles. Moehrig had 30 solo tackles, 17 assisted tackles, 47 total tackles, 9 deflections from pass breakups, and 2 interceptions in 2020.

    Despite a decline in production, he did enough to win the Jim Thorpe Award and supplant Jevon Holland as the top safety in the 2021 NFL Draft. Trevon Moehrig is good in man coverage and great in zone coverage to the point where he can play in a cover 0, cover 1, cover 2, cover 3, or cover 4 scheme. He's inconsistent when it comes to stopping the run and has a tendency to miss tackles. His game speed is through the roof with his backpedal and hip movement being the fastest I've seen in a few years. He's probably the fastest safety I've seen in terms of game speed since Jamal Adams and you can get him in the second round like the New York Jets did with Marcus Maye making this such a good value pick to start the second round.

  2. New York Jets: Jaelan Phillips, LE, Miami FL

    New York has Carl Lawson and Vinny Curry as their 4-3 defensive ends for the new scheme that head coach Robert Saleh plans to run. Jaelan Phillips had the best Pro Day of any of the three defensive ends on the Miami Hurricanes. The New York Jets draft Phillips here and have him compete with Curry for a 4-3 left end job.

    Some people think Terrace Marshall Jr. is a first round receiver. He's my top receiver on the board. The New York Jets took Penei Sewell and Najee Harris in the first round, New York gets the best receiver available in a receiver draft that may see up to 40 receivers getting picked.

    Drafting a receiver to take pressure off of Denzel Mims is necessary. New York doesn't have a receiver with a high ceiling outside of Mims despite having some solid contributors.

    Getting Penei Sewell to compliment Mekhi Becton. Najee Harris to anchor the backfield helps. Getting Terrace Marshall Jr. to compliment Denzel Mims gives Sam Darnold no excuses with these offensive improvements.

    Previous Pick: Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU

  3. Atlanta Falcons: Landon Dickerson, C, Alabama

    Atlanta grabs Landon Dickerson here since he's got the upside of a Pro Bowl center. Doing this allows them to move their 2020 third round pick Matt Hennessy out of Temple over to left guard. Atlanta fixes their offensive line after taking Kyle Pitts in the first round.

    Previous Pick: Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina

  4. Miami Dolphins: Jalen Mayfield, RT, Michigan

    Miami announced they were moving right guard Solomon Kindley to left guard and right tackle Robert Hunt to right guard after trading starting left guard Ereck Flowers to Washington. The 6-5 320 lb Jalen Mayfield gives the Miami Dolphins someone who can play right tackle. This gives Miami an offensive line with Austin Jackson at left tackle, Solomon Kindley at left guard, Matt Skura at center, Robert Hunt at right guard, and Jalen Mayfield at right tackle.

    Previous Pick: Dylan Moses, MLB, Alabama

  5. Philadelphia Eagles: Nick Bolton, ROLB, Missouri

    The 6-0 232 lb Nick Bolton played middle linebacker in High School. He is also capable of playing on the outside as Nick Bolton lined up as a 4-3 right outisde linebacker at Missouri next to Cale Garrett when Garrett was playing in the middle. When Garrett moved to the left Bolton would move to the middle so Washington could draft Bolton as either a starting 4-3 right outside linebacker or a starting 4-3 middle linebacker. Nick Bolton is probably versatile enough to play 4-3 left outside linebacker as well as well as 3-4 middle linebacker.

    Nick Bolton dominated in his sophomore season with 74 solo tackles, 33 assisted tackles, 107 total tackles, 10 deflections from pass breakups, 7.5 tackles for a loss, 2 interceptions, and 1 sack in 2019. Bolton is great at stopping the run and dropping back into coverage. His football IQ is just as phenomenal as his vision. Nick Bolton gives Philadelphia's linebacker core a leader and face they can depend on after winning Division 13-5A defensive MVP two years in a row during his junior and senior years in High School in the state of Texas before earning playing time as a freshman prior to Bolton's breakout season in 2019.

    Nick Bolton had 53 solo tackles, 42 assisted tackles, 95 total tackles, 8 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks in 2020. Nick Bolton played middle linebacker at Missouri, but projects as a 4-3 right outside linebacker where he'd play the WILL on the weak side at the next level.

    Philadelphia gets the linebacker help that they desperately seek here. Nick Bolton can come in and be a true difference maker on defense.

    Previous Pick: Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia

  6. Cincinnati Bengals: Wyatt Davis, RG, Ohio State

    The 6-4 315 lb Wyatt Davis complimented Jonah Jackson at right guard with his pass blocking for Justin Fields, his run blocking, and zone blocking after being a former offensive tackle in High School that converted to guard after being a five star recruit.

    Wyatt Davis is the grandson of former NFL legend Willie Davis who was the edge rusher for the Packers on their Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II teams before being inducted into the NFL Hall Of Fame in 1981. Wyatt dominated as a run blocker for J.K. Dobbins and didn't give up a sack in 2019.

    Wyatt Davis did pretty good in 2020 too, but he didn't dominate like he did in 2019. He gave up a sack against Penn State and got dominated by Christian Barmore in the 2021 College Football Championship game against Alabama which is why he slips to Cincinnati in the second round after once having a first round grade.

  7. Carolina Panthers: Alijah Vera-Tucker, LG, USC

    The 6-4 315 lb Alijah Vera-Tucker played left tackle at USC, but he's better suited to play guard in the NFL after struggling in the 2020 PAC 12 Championship. Alijah Vera-Tucker is a great run blocker. He's better at run blocking than he is at pass blocking which is why I have him ranked lower than most.

    Carolina got Penei Sewell at 8 as a left tackle. Now they add Alijah Vera-Tucker here to help Sewell on the left side of the offensive line.

  8. Denver Broncos: Jamin Davis, 3-4 MLB, Kentucky

    I have a first round grade on Jamin Davis. With Mac Jones moving into the first round of my final mock draft despite having a second round grade on my big board, someone with a first round grade dropped to the second round. That player was Jamin Davis.

    The 6-4 234 lb Jamin Davis had 50 solo tackles, 52 assisted tackles, and 102 total tackles in 2020. Jamin Davis gives A.J. Johnson and Josey Jewell competition at 3-4 middle linebacker since he does well in man and zone coverage having the skill set to play cover 0, cover 1, cover 2, cover 3, or cover 4 like a cornerback plus he's a tackling machine too. He ran a 4.39 40-time and had a 37-inch vertical. He could start next to A.J. Johnson right away since he's faster than Jewell. He's also cleaner off the field than Johnson making this a great pick for Denver.

    Previous Pick: Greg Newsome II, CB, Northwestern

  9. Detroit Lions: Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU

    The 6-3 201 lb Terrace Marshall Jr. had 46 receptions, 671 receiving yards, and 13 receiving touchdowns in 2019. Somehow he improved with 48 receptions, 731 receiving yards, and 10 receiving touchdowns in 2020.

    Detroit takes a number one target for Jared off here. Terrace Marshall Jr. is the top receiver on the board at this point.

    Previous Pick: Amon Ra'St. Brown, WR, USC

  10. New York Giants: Amon Ra'St. Brown, WR, USC

    Amon Ra'St. Brown was a player I studied before he enrolled into USC when his brother was draft eligible back in 2018. He had 72 receptions, 1,320 receiving yards, and 20 receiving touchdowns during his senior year of High School when he was a five star recruit.

    The 6-1 195 lb Amon Ra'St. Brown adapted to USC very quickly and established himself as a security blanket for JT Daniels in 2018 when he had 60 receptions, 750 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns as a true freshman in 2018. Amon Ra'St. Brown had 77 receptions, 1,042 receiving yards, and 7 receiving touchdowns in 2019 when Kevon Slovis took over for Daniels. With Michael Pittman Jr. gone, Amon Ra'St. Brown will be the go-to-guy for Slovis at wide receiver in 2020.

    I rewatched his USC tape with Damian Parson on Saturday and he looks like someone who can run up to all 30 routes effectively with one person saying he's the best route runner in the entire draft on their scouting report I read. He also got open on a lot of plays where Kedon Slovis failed to get him the ball despite having worse stats in 2020. You can't put any stock into the 41 receptions, 478 receiving yards, and 7 receiving touchdowns because he was wide open on a quite a few plays against Arizona State and Arizona where Slovis failed to get the ball in his hands.

    New York is an awesome fit for Amon Ra'St Brown. Here he can start out as a number two target across from Kenny Golladay. The rest of the receivers on this roster can compete for a slot receiver job.

    Previous Pick: Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington

  11. San Francisco 49ers: Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson

    San Francisco goes for value over need and gets a running back to take pressure off of Justin Fields at 43. Travis Etienne has the highest ceiling in this draft outside of Najee Harris. The only downside is Etienne is a liability as a blocker..

    I posted a film cut of Clemson running back Travis Etienne VS Wake Forest. Travis Etienne did well in this game.

    Previous Pick: Mac Jones, QB, Alabama

  12. Dallas Cowboys: Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington

    The 6-3 293 lb Levi Onwuzurike lined up at 4-3 defensive tackle, 3-4 right end, 3-4 defensive tackle, and 3-4 left end. He has good rip and swim moves, but can be neutralized with a double team. He also only missed tackles on 4 percent of his plays on tape which is fewest among prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft edging out Micah Parsons. Levi Onwuzurike is a hard worker who trained his ass off to earn an invite to Mobile. He looked solid before an injury limited him at the 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl. I can see why Daniel Jeremiah had a first round grade on him.

    Since Levi is a die hard Dallas Cowboys fan, I'm mocking him to the Cowboys here. Dallas has Trysten Hill and Neville Gallimore. That doesn't excuse Dallas from having one of the leagues worst run defenses. Adding Levi Onwuzurike may change things.

    Previous Pick: Chazz Surratt, LOLB, North Carolina

  13. Jacksonville Jaguars: Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State

    James O'Shaughnessy got re-signed despite being an unrestricted Free Agent. Also the Jacksonville Jaguars cut Tyler Eifert making their 2019 third round pick Josh Oliver from San Jose State the only tight end on the Jaguars roster. Oliver had 3 receptions for 15 receiving yards in 2019 and did not play in 2020. That's why the Jaguars have to draft a tight end and Pat Freiermuth makes too much sense after Jacksonville hired Penn State's tight ends coach to be their tight ends coach.

    The 6-5 256 lb Pat Freiermuth had a career high 8 receiving touchdowns as a true freshman taking over for Mike Gesicki in 2018. Pat Freiermuth 43 receptions, 507 receiving yards, and 7 receiving touchdowns in 2019. His 7 receptions for 101 receiving yards against Antoine Winfield Jr. and the Minnesota Golden Gophers was one of his signature games in 2019.

    Pat Freiermuth would have been the top tight end selected and a first round tight end in the 2020 NFL Draft if he declared last year. Pat Freiermuth went back to school and had 23 receptions, 310 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown in 4 games before tearing his ACL.

    Pat Friermuth has great hands and can get yards after the catch when healthy. Also if Friermuth needs time to recover from his injury, that gives Josh Oliver one final chance to try to earn playing time as he enters his third NFL season after being a 2019 third round pick.

  14. New England Patriots: Liam Eichenberg, RT, Notre Dame

    The 6-6 305 lb Liam Eichenberg is a good pass blocker, run blocker, and zone blocker. He needs to improve his strength and footwork in order to maximize both his blocking strength along with his blocking footwork on both passing and running plays. New England drafts him as a swing tackle to left tackle Isaiah Wynn and right tackle Trent Brown who New England traded for. Liam Eichenberg is a good successor to Trent Brown here.

    Previous Pick: Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami FL

  15. Los Angeles Chargers: Carlos Basham Jr., LE, Wake Forest

    Los Angeles gets Carlos Basham Jr. as a pass rusher to compliment Joey Bosa. Melvin Ingram is gone and this is great value for the Los Angeles Chargers in the second round. You still got Linval Joseph and Jerry Tillery at defensive tackle to compliment the duo of Joey Bosa and Carlos Basham Jr.

    The 6-5 275 lb Carlos Basham Jr. had 18 tackles for a loss and 11 sacks as a 4-3 left end in 2019. Carlos Basham Jr. only had 5.5 tackles for a loss and 5 sacks in 2020 which is why you are probably asking yourself why Basham cracked my first round. Carlos Basham Jr. cracks my first round because he won the only one-on-one battle against Alex Leatherwood in Mobile during the 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl. Carlos Basham Jr. also showed the versatility to play 3-4 defensive end as well as 4-3 defensive end on either side of the field against Clemson.

    I posted a film cut of Wake Forest defensive end Carlos Basham Jr. VS Clemson. Carlos Basham Jr. did well in this game.

    Finally, I have an interview of Carlos Basham Jr. This is the only interview from the 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl to be featured on both Anchor and Talkshoe.

    Previous Pick: Trey Smith, RG, Tennessee

  16. Las Vegas Raiders: Dillon Radunz, RT, North Dakota State

    The 6-5 304 lb Dillon Radunz lined up at left tackle, right tackle, and left guard in Mobile during the 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl. The blindside to Trey Lance is good in pass protection, but even better as a run blocker.

    Las Vegas needs a right tackle next to left tackle Kolton Miller. Drafting Dillon Radunz gives the Las Vegas Raiders bookends at offensive tackle. You also signed Nick Martin as a center in Free Agency. Las Vegas currently has Ritchie Incognito at left guard. I'm not sure if Denzelle Goode, John Simpson, Lester Cotton, or maybe even a potential 2021 draft pick at guard starts at right guard, but there should be competition for that right guard spot regardless with Gabe Jackson now on Seattle.

    I posted a film cut of North Dakota State left tackle Dillon Radunz VS Central Arkansas. Dillon Radunz was fantastic on tape.

    Previous Pick: Richie Grant, SS, Central Florida

  17. Arizona Cardinals: Trey Smith, RG, Tennessee

    The 6-5 331 lb Trey Smith is versatile enough to play left tackle, left guard, right guard, and right tackle. He's also got massive 10-inch hands that NFL scouts rave about. Being the first freshman to start at left tackle for Tennessee in thirty years makes Trey Smith a candidate that could be picked in the first to second round, but most likely the second round. Trey Smith did not give up a sack in 2019.

    Trey Smith is an option for the Arizona Cardinals in the second round because Smith was a former five star recruit who showed elite pass blocking, run blocking, and zone blocking in High School. You'd like to see him take that next step in 2020 after beginning to blossom at Tennessee in 2019. He took that next step in Mobile with a strong week during the 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl cementing his status as a top 50 prospect.

    Arizona's offensive line now has D.J. Humphries at left tackle, Justin Pugh at left guard, Rodney Hudson at center, Trey Smith at right guard, and Kelvin Beachum at right tackle. This offensive line should give Kyler Murray more time with the upgrades that Arizona made.

    Previous Pick: Aaron Robinson, CB, Central Florida

  18. Miami Dolphins: Jevon Holland, SS, Oregon

    Miami grabs a safety here as their two current starting safeties are cornerbacks that converted to safety. The 6-1 201 lb Jevon Holland can play in man coverage, zone coverage, or press coverage. He entered the season as the top safety in the draft. He can play in cover 0, cover 1, cover 2, cover 3, or cover 4 schemes. He's not as versatile as Richie Grant and opting out due to Covid-19 allowed Trevor Moehrig to jump him on draft boards as well.

    Previous Pick: Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma

  19. Washington Football Team: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue

    Washington needs a receiver to compliment Terry McLaurin and Kelvin Harmon their big body target on the outside. The 5-9 180 lb Rondale Moore is a player I feel like mocking to Washington.

    Rondale Moore played both wide receiver and running back in his first year at Purdue while also being the teams kick returner and punt returner. Moore dominated as a freshman with David Blough at quarterback and Brycen Hopkins taking pressure off of him at tight end. Moore had 114 receptions, 1,258 receiving yards, and 12 receiving touchdowns along with 21 carries, 213 rushing yards, and 2 rushing touchdowns. After Blough left Moore's play declined as he only had 29 receptions, 387 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns in 2019. Rondale Moore didn't have a receiving touchdown in 2020. He's great at getting open in space, but he needs to improve his route tree.

  20. Chicago Bears: Kyle Trask, QB, Florida

    Off the record, I have a third round grade on Kyle Trask and don't see anything more than a career backup. However some variables influenced me to give the Bears Kyle Trask here since he's an ideal candidate to push Andy Dalton and Nick Foles for a starting quarterback job in Chicago.

    Joseph Potter the co-host of my podcast has Kyle Trask ahead of Mac Jones following the Pro Day's. Oren Shiri the other co-host of my podcast gave New Orleans 2021 NFL Group Mock in a mock where Joey, Oren, Jason Bantle, and myself took turns making picks. My friend Bruna in Brazil who taught me some Portugese also told me in confidence she wanted Kyle Trask when I asked her who the Saints should take at 28. Unfotunately, Chicago needs a quarterback just like New Orleans so they grab Trask first here.

    The fact that I have a third round grade on Trask and am a stubborn dickhead doesn't matter in this rare circumstance. I have to be flexibile and give the Chicago Bears Kyle Trask here.

    Previous Pick: Jevon Holland, SS, Oregon

  21. Tennessee Titans: Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky

    Tennessee gets a cornerback to compliment Janoris Jenkins. This way they can move Kristian Fulton inside to nickel cornerback and keep Breon Borders on the freaking bench.

    Kelvin Joseph showcased impressive man coverage, zone coverage, and press coverage for Kentucky on tape in 2020. He can play cover 0, cover 1, cover 2, cover 3, or cover 4. You can put him in any coverage scheme and he should find a way to succeed. He did so good that Voch Lombardi called him his cornerback 2 behind Jaycee Horn. He gave Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith fits. Kelvin Joseph is the perfect cornerback to compliment Janoris Jenkins.

    Previous Pick: Liam Eichenberg, RT, Notre Dame

  22. Indianapolis Colts: Gregory Rosseau, RE, Miami FL

    The 6-7 253 lb Gregory Rosseau can line up at 4-3 right end, 4-3 defensive tackle, and 4-3 left end. He can also line up as a 3-4 right outside linebacker or a 3-4 left outside linebacker. He has the speed off the edge. Rosseau needs to develop his rip and swim moves as most of his big plays are a result of his speed and atheltciism on tape. He lacks twitch and displays a lot of hip stiffness which is why I feel he's a boom or bust prospect. He followed that up having the worst Pro Day of the three Miami FL defenders which is why Rosseau dropped all the way from my top twenty to the later part of the second round..

    Gregory Rosseau had 19.5 tackles for a loss and 15.5 sacks in 2019. Rosseau gives Minnesota 4-3 right end that can anchor their pass rush for years to come. Rosseau had the most sacks by a Miami Hurricane since Greg Mark in 1989 and the most tackles for a loss since Calias Campbell had 20.5 tackles for a loss in 2006. Campbell was so impressed by Rosseau's tape, that he said Rosseau would have a better NFL career than himself.

    Indianapolis lost Justin Houston. They grab Gregory Rosseau here hoping he can fill a void.

    Previous Pick: Patrick Jones II, RE, Pittsburgh

  23. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jay Tuefele, NT, USC

    The 6-3 315 lb Jay Tuefele is a 3-4 nose tackle. He can play as a three down nose tackle in the NFL and is also versatile enough to line up as a 3-4 right end or a 3-4 left end. Pittsburgh grabs Tuefele and grooms him to succeed Tyson Alualu after finding out all of the players they want at positions of need are off the board.

    Previous Pick: Landon Dickerson, C, Alabama

  24. Seattle Seahawks: Joe Tryon, RE, Washington

    The 6-5 262 lb Joe Tryon lined up as a 4-3 right end at Washington. He's also versatile enough to play 3-4 right outside linebacker. Practicing against Trey Adams helped him develop. Joe Tryon had 12 tackles for a loss and 8 sacks in 2019. Pairing Joe Tryon on Seattle as a replacement to Bruce Irvin gives Seattle an edge rusher.

  25. Los Angeles Rams: Aaron Robinson, CB, Central Florida

    The 5-11 200 lb Aaron Robinson is great in both man and press coverage. He can play in a cover 0, cover 1, or cover 2 defense with two safeties playing zone coverage. He's also a good tackler who can stop the run. He's versatile enough to play cornerback inside or outside. Aaron Robinson is the perfect lockdown cornerback to compliment Jalen Ramsey in Los Angeles.

    Previous Pick: Jaelan Phillips, RE, Miami FL

  26. Kansas City Chiefs: Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse

    The 6-2 212 lb Ifeatu Melifonwu has the man and press coverage to lock down receivers. He had 42 solo tackles, 13 assisted tackles, 55 total tackles, 9 deflections from pass breakups, and 1 interception in 2020. He's someone who can play across from L'Jarius Sneed on the Kansas City Chiefs. His zone coverage needs to improve. You can put him in a cover 0, cover 1, or cover 2 defense and he should have success as long as he's playing man coverage. Ifeatu Melifonwu also gave up fewer yards in the Senior Bowl game than any other cornerback in the draft only allowing 3 receptions for 31 receiving yards in the 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl.

    Previous Pick: Quincy Roche, 3-4 ROLB, Miami FL

  27. Cleveland Browns: Dylan Moses, MLB, Alabama

    I originally planned to give Cleveland Payton Turner the Houston defensive end prior to the Clowney signing. That changed once Cleveland released Sheldon Richardson after Larry Ogunjobi signed with the Bengals. Now the Browns get Dylan Moses to pair with their first round pick Christian Barmore who also went to Alabama.

    The 6-3 241 lb Dylan Moses can line up at 3-4 right outside linebacker, 3-4 middle linebacker, 3-4 left outside linebacker, and 4-3 middle linebacker with his versatility. Moses does have durability concerns, but his versatility as a linebacker is what makes Moses one of the better value picks in this draft. He can push Anthony Walker Jr. and Mack Wilson for minutes.

    Dylan Moses had 40 solo tackles, 36 assisted tackles, and 76 total tackles in his first season back from a season ending injury. He dominated as a sophomore in 2018 before suffering a season ending injury in 2019. It's scary to imagine just how lethal Dylan Moses can become if he fully recovers from his injury.

    Previous Pick: Andre Cisco, FS, Syracuse

  28. New Orleans Saints: Daviyon Nixon, DT, Iowa

    The 6-3 305 lb Daviyon Nixon played with Buffalo's 2020 second round pick A.J. Epenesa at Iowa. Nixon has better athleticism than Epenesa had coming out of Iowa. One team that needs multiple starters at 4-3 defensive tackle is the New Orleans Saints. New Orleans grabs Daviyon Nixon in the second round.

    Previous Pick: Paris Ford, SS, Pittsburgh

  29. Buffalo Bills: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia

    The 6-2 185 lb Tyson Campbell would be an ideal replacement to Josh Norman. Campbell played boundary cornerback at Georgia. He has great speed, but needs to develop his coverage skills.

    Previous Pick: Daviyon Nixon, DT, Iowa

  30. Green Bay Packers: Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami FL

    The 6-3 245 lb Brevin Jordan can catch, jump in the air, run good routes, and block effectively on tape. I could see him pushing Robert Tonyan Jr. who is in a contract year and Jace Sternberger for playing time at tight end in Green Bay. Josiah Deguara the Green Bay Packers 2020 third round pick at tight end moved to fullback.

    Previous Pick: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia

  31. Kansas City Chiefs: Payton Turner, LE, Houston

    The 6-5 268 lb Payton Turner is versatile enough to play 4-3 right end, 4-3 defensive tackle, and 4-3 left end. He's someone who exploited BYU left tackle Brady Christensen on tape. I like his rip and swim moves a lot. He's got speed and strength along with better overall intangibles than Jayson Oweh out of Penn State which is why he edges out Oweh to be Kansas City's selection at 63.

    Previous Pick: Amon Ra'St. Brown, WR, USC

  32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina

    Tampa Bay has Ronald Jones, Leonard Fournette, and Giovani Bernard on one-year prove it deals. However, Javonte Williams reminds me of Nick Chubb and you cannot pass on a running back at 64 if he reminds you of Nick Chubb on tape.

    Previous Pick: Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse

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