Too Early 2021 NFL Draft
Ben Anderson

Over the last few months I’ve learned several things about social media. First and foremost it’s toxic! Second, people really like to look ahead. Third, crazier the comment then higher the likes.

In the spirit of social media toxicity what better way to join the party then with an early 2021 mock draft!

Ben is one of our resident college football fans and writers. He loves NFL mock drafts so who am I to stop him? If you missed ROUND 1 check it out right here!


#33 Jets. Asante Samuel Jr. CB

Florida St. CB Asante Samuel Jr.

If the name sounds familiar it should, his father was a pro bowl Defense back for 10 plus season.

#34 Jaguars. Dillion Radunz OT

North Dakota State OT Dillion Radunz

First the Quarterback then the Tight End, now protect your franchise QB.

#35 Washington. Pat Freiermuth TE

Penn St. TE Pat Freiermuth

What better thing to get your future Franchise Quarterback then a big Pass Catching Tight End.

#36 Cowboys. Richard LeCountee III S

Georgia CB Richard LeCounte III

Cornerback in round now some help over the top.

#37 Chargers. Derion Kendrick CB

Clemson CB Derion Kendrick

#38 Dolphins. Rondale Moore WR
Tua gets a speedy Slot Receiver

#39 Bengals. Jackson Carman OT

Clemson OT Jackson Carman

#40 Giants. Chris Olave WR

Ohio St. WR Chris Olave

#41 Panthers. Nick Bolton LB

Missouri LB Nick Bolton

The quarterback of the Defense, he won’t be as good as Luke Kuechly but he’ll be pretty good

#42 Falcons. Travis Etienne RB

Clemson RB Travis Etienne

Finally addressing the RB and getting a long term option and future Pro Bowler.

#43 Broncos. Azeez Ojulari Edge

Georgia DL Azeez Ojulari

Speed rusher off edge opposite of Bradley Chubb.

#44 49ers. Trey Smith IOL

Tennessee OT Trey Smith

#45 Lions. Jordan Davis DT

Georgia DL Jordan Davis

A run-stuffer in the middle of the D-line

#46 Jaguars. Paris Ford S

Pittsburgh S Paris Ford

#47 Patriots. Darius Stills DL

West Virgina DL Darius Stills

#48 Bears. Christian Darrisaw OT

Virginia Tech OT Christian Darrisaw

#49 Browns. Tyson Campbell CB

Georgia CB Tyson Campbell

#50 Titans. Hamilcar Rashed Jr Edge

Oregon St. LB Hamilcar Rashed

#51 Eagles. Zaven Collins LB

Tulsa LB Zaven Collins

#52 Cardinals. Israel Mukuamu CB

South Carolina CB Israel Mukuamu

Big tall and lengthy corner with plus speed playing in the SEC brings a physical play to a weak secondary.

#53 Seahawks. Rashawn Slater OT

Northwestern OL Rashawn Slater

#54 Dolphins. Bubba Bolden S

Miami S Bubba Bolden

#55 Colts. Brevin Jordan TE

Miami TE Brevin Jordan

#56 Ravens. Amon-Ra St Brown WR

USC WR Amon-Ra St. Brown

Getting Lamar some weapons needs to be addressed.

#57 Rams. Jayson Oweh Edge

Penn St. DL Jayson Oweh

#58 Raiders. Chazz Surratt LB

North Carolina LB Chazz Surratt

#59 Buccaneers. Mac Jones QB

Alabama QB Mac Jones

TB 12 will be entering his final season so getting his replacement would be a smart move.

#60 Bills. Walker Little OT

Stanford OL Walker Little

#61 Packers. Jabril Cox LB

LSU LB Jabril Cox

#62 Chiefs. Kadarius Toney WR

Florida WR Kadarius Toney

Just what Patrick Mahomes needs another speedy gadget player:

#63 Saints. Najee Harris RB

Alabama RB Najee Harris

The Saints seem to be at their best when Kamara has a wing man. Has had huge success with former Alabama Mark Ingram.

#64 Steelers. Tyler Shelvin DT

LSU DT Tyler Shelvin

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